Team Comp Analysis - Worlds Edition
Welcome to our Team Comp Analysis inspired by Worlds 2021! We're showing you some of the strongest comps to try out in your games and strategies to make sure that composition shines. Let's get started!
Team Comp 1
Top - Kennen
Jungle - Xin Zhao
Mid - Orianna
Bot - Miss Fortune
Support - Amumu
Inspired by: HLE, C9, LNG
Strengths: team fighting, wombo combos, scaling
Weaknesses: early game, split pushing
This composition is all about pulling off potent wombo-combos during team fights. After receiving a large buff to his Q (Bandage Toss), Amumu has risen in popularity in the support role due to the effectiveness of his kit on such a low-income role. He will often be the initiator with his Q + ultimate to set up the ultimates of the Kennen, Miss Fortune and Orianna. However, this comp may struggle in the early game as a lot of its power is in the mid/late game when you are able to use your ultimates in team fights, so play with caution during the laning phase and have faith in your scaling.
Team Comp 2
Top - Gnar
Jungle - Lee Sin
Mid - LeBlanc
Bot - Lucian
Support - Nami
Inspired by: RGE, MAD, 100T
Strengths: laning phase, split pushing, pick potential
Weaknesses: team fighting, scaling
LeBlanc has emerged as one of the best mid laners throughout the tournament, thanks to her mobility, back line target access, and her transition from an assassin in the early/mid game to a late-game poke threat. When paired with Lee Sin and the powerful Lucian/Nami bot lane, this composition has excellent mobility and pick potential. It can struggle in team fights as the carries primarily deal single-target damage, so it’s important to play out team fights appropriately by focusing on isolating and blowing up one enemy at a time.
Team Comp 3
Top - Gwen
Jungle - Jarvan IV
Mid - Syndra
Bot - Aphelios
Support - Lulu
Inspired by: DK, EDG, T1
Strengths: pick potential, scaling, split-pushing
Weaknesses: early game, engage potential
Aphelios is a high-risk, high-reward ADC due to his incredible damage output but lack of agency and mobility. It’s therefore important to pair him with a support that can peel for and enable him, such as Lulu or Thresh, and playing safely during the early game before Aphelios comes online after securing a couple of items. This composition can lack engage potential outside of the Jarvan and Syndra, but can mitigate this weakness by utilising its excellent pick potential to picking off an enemy before a fight begins and then taking a 5v4 fight.