We are finally at the end of the season, just a few days before it’s over, and with that we are going to give you the last update for this Season 12 Solo Que ranked. Find out which are the top 5 champion with highest winrate for LoL patch 12.23b in this SenpAI entry.
Besides knowing the best champions, you need to know about the optimal runes/items and how they fit your current ranked lobby or game plan. For that, you can check our SenpAI champion page to look at the information about champions like their best runes, items, and even tips to level up your game.
Top 5 Champion with Highest Winrate in Patch 12.23b
Disclaimer: The info for this top was based on the SenpAI data for champions. It collects data from all regions.
Our 5th pick of this list belongs to the Star Forger. In spite of the fact that he’s not as popular, Aurelion Sol still has a respectable place in the rift keeping a 55% win rate.
To play Aurelion Sol, you want always want to focus in having lane priority. Because of his E, his excel at helping other lanes to win to get the advantage and ultimately win the game, much like a Talon or Taliyah.
Even if his strenght comes to playing the map, the Star forger has good laning with his Starsurge + Celestial Expansion combo (you can even get solo kills). And if you find a out position carry you can one shot it with a good Voice of Light (Ultimate) combo
Keep in mind that he can be weak to hard engage/assasins, because he doesn’t have dashes or much ways to peel himself. Also, mastering Celestial Expansion star positions require a lot fo time.
Although he’s indeed a odd pick, you may want to try him out these last days of Preseason before he get updated for Season 13, and practically become a new champion.
The Sad Mummy is having both success as an Jungler and Support (Main role tbh), and since Preseason his win rate is only getting better. As our 4th pick of the list, Amumu has a Win rate of 55.23% in the Jungle.
Changes to jungles invades helped Amumu a lot (Now he can survive his first clearing) along with the Jungle pets damage and healing, it simply lets him have a good time in early. And that actually what it took to make Amumu such a good pick, also the addition of Jak’Sho, the Protean (Broken Item)
About playing this champion in LoL patch 12.23b, you want to use well your Bandage Toss, as having two charges makes his engage way deadlier, and a good Curse of the Sad Mummy it’s always a game changer (Especially in Lower elos).
The Arcane protagonist loved the Jungle changes, with the new Mosstomper and Jungle pet she’s having a great time in the jungle, you can say that she’s dominating much like early to mid Season 12.
Playing Vi it’s very straightforward, you want to hit your full charged Vault Breaker when ganking as it’s your main damage. When you get your Cease and Desis (Ultimate) it’s where the real game for Vi starts, your pick and gank potential gets much better, as the lockdown of your ultimate allows her to dominate enemy squishies and help to initiate fights.
Still when playing Vi you want to close out the games fast, as she gets outscaled in the late game. Even so, consider playing Vi as she’s a early-mid game monster.
The Gloomist it’s doing better than ever, despite the fact that she’s one of the easier mid champions in the game. Vex also has AMAZING snowball potential, reliable utility with her Fears, and room for skill expression thanks to her Shadow Surge (Ultimate).
Right now in Preseason, this odd Yordle it’s having a win rate of 55.61%, so if you want to pick a easy-to-learn mid laner champion that also has inmense amount of damage and CC for your team, Vex may be your ideal pick in LoL patch 12.23b (She’s reall THAT good), especially ahead of Season 13.
A champion that holds the tide of time, patches, preseason changes, and all and still only improves it’s winrate is Nilah, the Joy Unbound. As in previous entries, the more time people it’s investing in her, better result she’s having as of right now it has a incredible winrate of 56.11%.
Although this odd champion just got recently nerfed, and pretty harshly, in LoL patch 12.23b, she seems to only improving in the win rate department. To be completely honest, she’s abusing Hydra Ravenous too, so that definitely it’s playing a factor.
Nilah when properly farmed, scales into a sheer utility, damage and engage champion later in the game. Her W resistance and , Engage on her Ultimate (+ healing/shield) and high splash damage, fits perfect in lower elo games that focuses more on team fighting.
Right now, if you’re in low elo and want to get a bump of MMR before Preseason ends, not recommending Nilah would be hiding goods from you, and that’s not what we known from.
Sidenote: You need to invest some time learning her, but when you get a feel for her Q, and Aphoteosis (Ultimate) use, she’s quite easy to play out. Good engage+utility+damage, what’s not to love.
This marks the end of the 5 champions with the highest win rate in LoL patch 12.23b. One thing to notice is that the win rate alone doesn’t indicate the strength of the champion.
Still, these picks are by no means weak, even they can be determinant for League of Legends meta ahead in the future. So we recommend you abuse them while Riot doesn’t nerf them.