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10 Best One For All Champions in League of Legends

League of Legends is an interesting game even when it comes to playing normal or ranked matches, but what thrills us is when Riot decides to bring a little freshness to standard games. So it is with One For All game mode that has become one of the favorite game modes among League of Legends players. 

In this article, we will present the One For All game mode and the top 10 best One For All champions in the League of Legends. Start reading and find out which are the best champions worth choosing in this perfectly made game mode from Riot Games. 

What is League of Legends One For All game mode?

One For All is a game mode in League of Legends where 10 players fight on a map with only 2 champions. Imagine 5 Garens fighting 5 Dravens. Total war!

When you choose the One For All game mode, you will find yourself in a lobby where players must ban several champions. This is followed by a voting system where the players decide which champion to choose for the game. The champion with the most votes will be chosen, and if the result is a draw or there are different selections of champions, a random pick will decide one of the champions from the list.

This mode can also provide players with event tokens, new chests, and mastery points. That is why it is not surprising that the players want to play with the strongest champions to take control of the rift in the first few minutes and defeat the enemy team.

Below we have selected the 10 best champions for One For All game mode, so keep reading.

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1. Lux

This queen of light has a high ban rate mostly because she is a favorite choice of players playing the One For All mode. All your team needs is to reach level 6, and then the show can begin. Players just need to press Q and double stun enemy champions, then fire Final Spark, and the whole enemy team will disappear from the map. 

With all that, players can protect each other from the shield that Lux owns, so their enemy attacks can’t do anything to them. Now we can understand why Lux is the first one when it comes to banning champions.

2. Ekko

Ekko poses a danger when you find him on the lane in front of your champion in the normal game, and when you have to play against 5 Ekko’s, well, you won’t succeed. His Chronobreak during teamfight will prevent enemy champions from defending themselves at all. 

The trick is for Ekko (all 5 of them) to stun their enemies for 2.25 seconds and then use the Z-Drive Resonance. With this combo, teamfight will prevail in favor of your team.

3. Yasuo

Yasuo is a favorite ban among players, whether in ranked games or in the One For All game mode. This champion has a high win rate as well as a high ban rate, in any case, he is an undesirable opponent. 

His hurricane will easily sweep away enemy champions, and his Wind Wall will prevent enemy champions from attacking him. Or to attack all 5 Yasuo’s. We can say with certainty that Yasuo will be the favorite of the One For All match.

4. Seraphine

This young rising singer will easily kill enemy champions without dropping the microphone from her hand. What will the game look like when the whole band of 5 Seraphines comes together? Her Q, High Notes, when combined with the other 4 Q’s, can do serious damage to enemy champions. 

Also, Seraphine has a charming ult, like, seriously charming. If the whole team starts firing R one after another, the whole enemy team will be drawn to see this dazzling singer up close. Are we going to tell them she is going to kill them?

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5. Ahri

Ahri has high mobility, stunning crowd control, and high magic damage, which, combined with 4 other foxes, makes it a deadly combination for her enemies. This game will end quickly if you consider that the enemy champions will be charmed every few seconds and then beaten with Ahri’s Q. Even if you dare to attack these foxes, be prepared that they will escape to safety in a few jumps.

6. Wukong

5 Wukongs looks like serious monkey business. But these monkeys must not be overlooked for a second. Just imagine his ult, when 10 Wukongs appear on the map. This will both confuse and drive enemy players crazy. A good tactic if you want to win, not at all fair but good.

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7. Malphite

Malphite can often be found as a favorite pick in One For All mode mostly because he has the ability to stack magic resistance with his ability power, while he also can poke enemies and harm them. The combination of his abilities can do wonders even against much stronger opponents, and when four more Malphites are added to that, victory has never been closer.

8. Heimerdinger

Our favorite eccentric professor is by no means the enemy you want to avoid. You especially don’t want to meet 5 Heimerdingers. When their neurotic nature merges, this battle has already turned in their favor. 

With their robotic mini turrets firing bullets and shooting at anything in front of their noses, enemy champions have no chance because danger threatens them from all sides. Also, you never know which ult they will use, and they probably don’t know either. Choose Heimerdinger for an easy win, and don’t tell anyone that we told you this secret.

9. Darius

We have not forgotten this fearless and strong warrior. Darius doesn’t need help to dominate, but it won’t hurt if 4 more warriors like him find themselves on the battlefield. His W can slow down the enemies, and if all 5 one after another turn out W, the enemies won’t be able to escape from them. 

They will flee straight to the trap where another Darius will meet them and send them to the grave. Also, if you want that pentakill, now is your real chance – after killing the enemy champion with his ult Darius, one auto-attack will give him max stacks. Try that combo and watch your enemies fall like flies.

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10. Blitzcrank

It’s no big news that we hate this big iron machine along with its hook that makes us want to break the keyboard. That’s why Blitzcrank is perfect for the One For All mode. Just imagine, five of them at the same time throwing their hook and catching enemies in a trap. 

First tip: create a hook chain with your allies. Second tip: knock up your enemies with Power Fist. Third tip: laugh as you watch your enemies get nervous and try to avoid your iron hand. Muahaha. Blitzcrank in One For All mode is something like a horror movie you can’t escape from. 

Ban this champion soon as possible, unless you are a masochist along with the rest of your team and you want your enemies to lose their temper in the first few minutes of the match.

Final Thoughts

As you can see, this list is full of strong champions that we love to play but don’t like to have as enemies. With their strong abilities, they are, dare we say, destined to win. Yet if your team aligns with tactics against enemy champions, they will have no chance against 5 Garens or Ahris. 

In the end, One For All can be a fascinating experience and adventure that will bring you mastery points and chests, so don’t hesitate to play this game mode when it appears. Study once again which are the strongest One For All champions and focus on winning. Also, don’t forget to ban Blitzcrank!

Tony Fallon
Tony Fallon
I started playing League of Legends in Season 2, and I've been playing it ever since then! My highest rank was Grandmaster (Season 10), and last Season I've managed to get to Master. I've decided to create this blog to help other fellow League players with tips on how to get better at different aspects of the game! My mission is to help you improve in League of Legends, and I truly believe that I can do that since I have high knowledge of the game.

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