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5 Best Duos with Lux in League of Legends Arena Mode

5 Best Duos with Lux in League of Legends Arena Mode

Lux is one of the most popular champions in League of Legends, yet she isn’t seen too much in Arena Mode. Why do you think she is really good and played often in Summoners Rift, but not in this new game mode? Let’s find out!

First off, what makes her good in Summoners Rift is that she has a lot of poke and burst damage, but in this mode you don’t necessarily want that. Furthermore, she is quite squishy, which isn’t ideal in this game mode either.

Regardless, if you’re a Lux main you will still play her in Arena Mode! If you see your partner picking Lux, or if you want to know whats good with Lux, this article is for you! In this Mobalytics article, we will break down 5 of the best champions to pair with Lux in Arena Mode.

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5 Best Duos with Lux in League of Legends Arena Mode

We used our own data for this article, and at the time of writing it, these were the most popular picks or they had a very high win rate together. For live, up-to-date data, head over to the Arena Mode section at Mobalytics!


Morgana is among the most popular champions to be paired with Lux in this new game mode. The two of them stick together and try to land their Qs on the target before the other one follows up and dishes out more damage.

This combo aims to nuke a target and provide each other with shields to protect each other. If you ever played against this duo in Solo Queue, then you know how annoying it can be to deal with. So it’s very similar in play style.


Sett is one of the strongest champions in Arena Mode. He is very popular, sitting at the most picked champion when creating this article. Sett works great with Lux, which means the two have a good chance of coming 1st in Arena Mode.

For this duo, Sett is the frontline and soaks up damage, while Lux provides him with shields and heals. He will look to E a target, and she will follow up with her Q, E and R to deal a lot of damage to the enemy. She needs to empower him so she can stay alive and dish out damage too.


Gwen is a weird pick in Arena Mode: she is either hit or miss, and I don’t really see her that often. However, she is a good pick with Lux in this game mode, and the two have a good play and win rate.

Gwen will be the frontline for the two and soak up the damage. However, Lux will give her heals. The issue with this combo is that they’re both AP, so if you’re versing tanks in the late game, they might adapt their build so they stack MR, which will make it harder for Lux to deal damage.


Warwick is another strong champion in Arena Mode. He is quite hard to beat because of the amount of sustain he has. Teams need to have either CC or buy items that reduce his healing. This can be good for you but bad for the enemies.

Lux’s role in this duo is to CC targets and extend the duration of Warwicks Ultimate. It also provides him with heals and shields to keep him alive for longer so he can tank more damage. Lux will also have a lot of damage, so she just needs to layer her CC and use all her abilities when he hits his Ultimate.


The final champion on our list is Samira, who works well with pretty much anyone with a CC tool. Lux only has 1 CC tool, but that’s not the end of the world as she can still utilise it. Samira will constantly be auto-attacking in this game mode, which makes it easier for her to activate her Ultimate.

Samira will be the frontline, but she has spells to protect herself with. As a Lux player, you’ll need to provide her with heals and shields to keep her alive and prevent her from getting executed by the enemy.

Ending Points

Lux is one of the most popular champions in League of Legends, but she isn’t so popular in Arena Mode. Why do you think she isn’t very popular in Arena Mode? Let us know why!

For more Arena Mode articles, head over to the Mobalytics Blog.