League of Legends: Wild Rift is a role-playing game developed by the famous RIOT Games. RIOT is quite renowned for League of Legends PC, Valorant PC, etc. According to a source, RIOT Games is also working on the Valorant Mobile version. So, you will have two RIOT games on Mobile, which have gained a lot of fame in the past few years.
The fun part would be if we could have an early release of LOL: Wild Rift, but most likely, eSport players are looking for the opportunity to show their skills and talents in League of Legends. League of Legends: Wild Rift is a 5v5 game that is a 100% free-to-play game.
You can obtain or buy all characters in the game, but you have to spend RP points to buy your favorite skins. Today, in this article, I will share my knowledge of LOL: Wild Rift as a Mid Laner. We will talk about multiple things regarding Lane, what champion to pick, and how to pick the best Mid lane champion and hard carry the game. So, without further ado, let's get started.
MID Lane in LOL: Wild Rift:
This is for those who don't know much about League of Legends or haven't played the PC version, so you can skip this part if you have played the PC version.
Every Lane plays its role in the game, but MID Lane and AD Carry are the two Lanes that usually determine the results.
If you have the best champions and their master (of course you), all you need is the right build to show your skills. The following are the Best MID Lane Carries you should practice and pick in rank matches to dominate your opponent. The key to becoming a pro player in games like LOL: Wild Rift is to practice as many heroes/champions as possible and learn more than two lanes if you don't get to play your favorite Lane.
For me, I have picked Jungler along with Top Lane as my main lanes, but I have also played as AD Carry and Support with some of my friends. The key was understanding the Lane and play accordingly. For example, Jungler is all about putting pressure on your opponents, especially their MID Laners and AD Carry, and it's about the timing you choose to gank. As an AD Carry, you need to farm close to your turret and be aware of enemy jungler.
As a MID Laner, you have a responsibility to your team. Most of the time, it will be your call to engage in team fights or to gank other lanes. So, make wise choices, do not rush in early, and understand the enemy champion. By that, I mean there are two types of MID Lane champion when it comes to the range: Melee and Mid-range champions.
For example, Yasuo is your Melee Champions, whereas Ahri is your Mid-Range champion. It would be quite hard to play against Ahri because she can always keep a distance between you and her, whereas you will have to get close to attack her or farm minion.
Your first choice matters the most. The first choice you make as a Mid Laner is when you are picking your champion. When you are playing with your family members and friends, make sure to communicate with them and ask them to pick the champion you want against the enemy's MID Lane Champion. That way, you will be able to counter the enemy MID Lane champion quite easily while putting a lot of pressure on the enemy lineup.
The next thing you must do as a Mid Laner is the Blue and Red Buffs from the enemy or your jungle with the help of your jungler. Blue Buff allows you to mana regain, and Red Buff allows you to deal more damage to your opponents. Now, you have the basics of MID Lane, let's talk about the Best MID Lane Carries.
Best MID Lane Champions in LOL: Wild Rift:
Best MID Lane Champions and their Counter Champions are as follows:
ZED is one of the most played MID Lane champions in LOL: Wild Rift. His win rate is around 48.57%, making it quite a good champion to play in rank matches. About ZED's Skills order, you can max out Q first, then E and W in the last.
You can start with Flash and Ignite as they are the most frequent and highest win picks on ZED. ZED is Edge of Night, Black Cleaver, Edge of Night, Sorcerer's Shoes. As for Runes, you can use Electrocute, Taste of Blood, Eyeball Collection, Ultimate Hunter in Domination. In Precision, you can use Presence of Mind and Coup De Grace.
Fizz is the second pick in the Best MID Lane Champions list, and the reason is quite straightforward. This MID Laner single-handedly does 1v5 fights, and trust me; he would always come alive if you know how to play Fizz efficiently. The practice is what matters the most when it comes to playing Fizz; his playing difficulty is quite serious so keep that in mind too.
The effective way to use Fizz in the MID Lane is to start every fight with E, and as soon as you land it on your opponent, go for the W next. If you are in a bad situation, you can always use Q to run out of those situations.
Ultra us where you can really shine with Fizz, he deals massive damage in a selected area to multiple enemies, and this can be your finishing or starting move in 1v5. Make sure to perfectly time your Ultra Ability to maximize the damage dealt.
The best way to dominate your opponents with Fizz is to start with this skill order: E, W, and maximize Q at last. Try to go into a match with Flash and Ignite as it is the most frequent and highest win pick in LOL: Wild Rift. Start your build on Fizz with Sorcerer's Shoes and Lich Bane, then move to Zhonya's Hourglass, Rabadon's Deathcap, and Mejai's Soulstealer. You can use the following runes setting to become the hard carry for your team:
In Domination, Electrocute, Sudden Impact, Eyeball Collection, and Ravenous Hunter. As Precision, you can go for Triumph and Coup De Grace.
Akali is one of the most picked MID Lane champions in League of Legends. Akali's average Win Rate is 46.98%, Play Rate is 5.26%, and Ban rate is around 4.23%, which is quite impressive considering she is a MID Lane champion. Akali's abilities allow you to hard carry in the early and late, but three things matter the most while playing as Akali: Runes, Build, and Abilities Order.
Runes are quite tricky, but you can go from Precision to Domination picking all the major runes, including Fleet Footwork, Taste of blood, and Ravenous Hunter.
Akali's Build includes Flash with Ignite or Flash with Teleport; it depends on who you are playing against. Akali's Flash and Ignite is the Most Frequent Pick, whereas Flash and Teleport are the highest Win Pick. Akali's build should include Void Staff, Zhonya's Hourglass, Morellonomicon, Lich Bane, and Sorcerer's Shoes.
Akali's Skill Order is to max her Q first, then E, and then W at last. About the Ultra, you must level it up at level 6, 11, and 16. In LOL: Wild Rift, Q is ability 1, E is 2, W is 3, and Ultra is Ultra.
You might be wondering why no Yasuo is the best MID Lane champions, and the reason for this is in LOL: Wild Rift and League of Legend, the strength of champions depends on the patches and updates. Sometimes you will notice a weaker champion is performing quite impressively right after a new update. That is because specific champions get boost almost every now and then to create a fair gaming environment.
The above-given champions are quite hard to master, but no one can stop you except you once you have mastered them. Play your champions like it's the last time you are playing, and before playing rank with new champions, make sure to practice than in normal matches so everyone can enjoy the game.
Read all the above-given guides and stats of each MID Laner, their runes, skill order, and their build to dominate your opponent's even in 1v5 situations. Your aim should be to deal as much damage as possible to all enemy lines.