Here’s a little post about four of the best URF champions in League Of Legends!
If you haven’t played URF for awhile or if you’re a beginner URF player, this is might be a good refresher.
How I will be evaluating each champion:
Keep in mind when reading that these are my personal favorite champions for URF and you don’t have to agree with everything said.
Here are the best ultra rapid fire champions in League Of Legends
Teemo Beginner Tip: If you see enemies doing baron or dragon, you can safely damage them from a far distance with Noxious Traps (R).
- Blinding Dart (Q) is basically a permanent blind on targets. Not to mention, Blinding Dart bursts disgusting amounts of damage with ability power builds.
- Noxious Trap (R) allows for building shroom kingdoms. Enemies will die or be severely injured before getting close.
- Teemo is a massive counter to champions such as Master Yi, Yasuo, Tryndamere, Draven, Jinx, etc.
- Enemies buying Sweeping Lens can easily detect and avoid Noxious Traps (R).
- Teemo is extremely easy to play.
- He doesn’t have any skillshots or complex abilities.
Jarvan Beginner Tip: Trap enemies and escape by doing Cataclysm (R) > Demacian Standard (E) + Dragon Strike (Q).
- Jarvan with lethality items will decimate targets. Youmuu’s Ghostblade and Duskblade of Draktharr is enough to oneshot squishy enemies.
- Jarvan is able to constantly knock-up targets with Demacian Standard (E) + Dragon Strike (Q).
- Jarvan moves around the map easily with Demacian Standard (E) + Dragon Strike (Q).
- Demacian Standard (E) is a great poke during early game.
- Demacian Standard (E) + Dragon Strike (Q) is a bit difficult to successfully land sometimes.
- Other than having to land Demacian Standard (E) + Dragon Strike (Q) all the time, Jarvan is fairly simple to play.
Galio Beginner Tip: Shield of Durand (W) + Flash is an easy way to catch enemies off-guard. Moreover, the combo looks pretty cool as well.
- Galio is great with Aftershock because of abilities such as Shield of Durand (W), Justice Punch (E), and Hero’s Entrance (R).
- Shield of Durand (W) is a powerful area-of-effect crowd control ability for bundling enemies together.
- Galio with ability power items will destroy enemies and targets. I recommend spending a bit of time learning his combinations.
- Galio is a crowd-control monster because of Shield of Durand (W) and Justice Punch (E).
- Justice Punch (E) isn’t great for escaping dangerous situations as it can be disrupted easily.
- Winds of War (Q) can be hard to land sometimes.
- Shield of Durand (W) has to be perfectly timed as it significantly slows down movement speed.
- Galio is a pretty difficult champion to play because it’s important to know some combinations.
Master Yi Beginner Tip: Alpha Strike (Q) can be used to poke in lane. It isn’t always necessary to directly use it on enemies.
- Alpha Strike (Q) can be used to dodge enemy skillshots and makes Master Yi untargetable.
- Alpha Strike (Q) is great during turret dives because it resets turret aggro.
- Highlander (R) grants Master Yi immunity to all slowing effects.
- Alpha Strike (Q) must be used wisely most of the time. Use the ability to avoid crowd-control skills such as roots, hooks, and snares.
- Master Yi is the easiest champion on this list.
- If enemies don’t have a lot of crowd-control, you can mindlessly ace them with Alpha Strike (Q) and auto-attacks.
I highly suggest trying out Teemo, Master Yi, Galio, and Jarvan in URF as they are powerful and quite simple to play.
I would love to find out what your favorite champion to play in URF is down in the comments below. Questions are also welcomed, so don’t be shy to ask anything.