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After ten years, 157 playable champions, and multiple stand-alone titles like Legends of Runeterra and Wild Rift, League of Legends continues to expand its universe. The original MOBA game we love has evolved so much since 2011, led by Riot Games co-founders Marc “Tryndamere” Merrill and Brandon “Ryze” Beck.
With multiple champions to choose from, the League of Legends meta keeps on changing. One day your main champions are insanely overpowered, and the next day they’re weak and can barely keep up with the pace of the game.
There are, however, League of Legends champions that have remained relevant and consistent throughout the years. Here are five timeless LoL champions that you can use in solo queue regardless of the current meta:© Provided by One Esports Credit: Riot Games
Ornn has been relevant since the day he has been released. He is an extremely tanky and strong top laner. He’s unique because he can add items to his slots outside of base thanks to his passive ability, Living Forge, which becomes even more relevant in the late game as he’s also able to upgrade his and his teammates’ items.
Ornn is so overpowered that he is the second most banned champion, and the most picked champion at the 2020 League of Legends World Championship (Worlds) with an 87% presence, according to Games of Legends.© Provided by One Esports Credit: Riot Games
Lee Sin has been relevant since forever, since he can instantly fit in any team composition.
The Blind Monk is considered one of the best picks, especially in the early game where he’s able to add pressure to any lane he ganks. Because of these early power spikes and his natural ability to snowball, Lee Sin is one of the most popular junglers to grace League of Legends.
In the last competitive season, the League of Legends European Championship’s (LEC) jungler for MAD Lions Zhiqiang “Shad0w” Zhao was the talk of the town because of his insane Lee Sin plays.© Provided by One Esports Credit: Riot Games
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Zed can easily conquer the early game because of his abilities, which lets him trade effectively against enemy mid laners. He can poke them down with Razor Shuriken (Q), and is highly mobile thanks to Living Shadow (W). He can escape ganks with this mini flash in addition to his Summoner Spell.
Lastly, his ultimate, Death Mark does burst damage, and is impossible to counter once he gets fed. A Zed that get ahead is an AD carry’s worst nightmare.© Provided by One Esports Credit: Riot Games
Throughout the years, Lucian has been dominating bot lane, and has been a popular champion for marksman players. You could pretty much say Lucian is the most well-rounded marksman pick in the game who can be played aggressively with initiating supports.
His kit lets players efficiently clear waves with his ultimate, The Culling. He can follow up quickly with his tank’s engages during team clashes, and has a short distance dash with Relentless Pursuit (E) which helps him flee and dodge skillshots.
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Overall, Lucian continues to be a popular pick because of his adaptability to any team composition for he can also be played in mid or top!© Provided by One Esports Credit: Riot Games
Thresh is a classic pick for support mains because of his high value kit. His first ability, Death Sentence (Q), is good for getting picks. Once Thresh’s hook successfully lands, he can choose to pull himself towards the enemy champion to follow up with his full combo.
His second ability, Dark Passage (W), usually called “lantern” by players, can be utilized whilst engaging, but also for disengaging. Flay (E), which pushes enemies towards or away from him, can likewise be used offensively or defensively.
Thresh’s ultimate ability, The Box, is very good for team fights, especially since it slows multiple enemies in an area.
Here is a short montage of League of Legends European Championship (LEC) players showing off just how good Thresh is even at the highest level of professional play.
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- Whenever the frost is coming, remove the wiper blades overnight and they won’t freeze to the glass. And finally, never ever run the wipers on a dry windshield. They are meant to be used on a wet surface.
- Imagine it's a hot summer day, you get in the car that's been in the sun for hours. But the AC system accumulates toxic substances you don't want to breath in. So pump out the hot air naturally before you get in the car.
- If you live in climate where seasons do change and winters are snowy and cold, you most likely only use you AC in the summer. If you make it sleep all winter long, you might not be able to turn it back on in the summer. The same is true for the heater, you have to turn it on at least for 30 seconds even in the summer months.
- When it's below 14 °F outside and you get in your vehicle, don't try to start it straight away. Before you start it, turn on the high beams for 3 to 5 seconds. It will let you run the current through your system and help the engine start easier.
- In case you get stuck in mud, sand or snow, don’t panic and remember there’s always a way to get out. Deflate the tires letting out about half of the air from them to increase their surface area.
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