5 Easiest Supports to Play in LoL
The Support role is known as the easiest role to play in League of Legends. There are a variety of reasons for this, with one of them being the number of easy champions in the role. If you want to start to play the Support role, I would highly recommend that you pick an easy champion that is quite forgiving so you can understand the Support role as a whole.
In the final part of our 5 part series, let’s list 5 of the easiest Support champions in League of Legends. Picking one of these 5 champions will make you a better Support as you can learn the basics without getting thrown into the deep end.
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Here are 5 of the easiest Supports to learn in League of Legends
Janna is the first Support on our list. She is known to be one of the most simplistic champions in the game because of her ability to get stuff down with ease. Firstly, Janna’s W and E are point and click. This means that you’re guaranteed to get the ability off on the target or ally 100% of the time.
Her Ultimate is a great at preventing all-ins and disengaging from ganks. Janna is also very good in the current meta, and synergises incredibly well with pretty much all ADC’s in the game.
Learn how to play Janna by checking out Janna’s champion page.
Leona is a very good Support who is pretty easy to play. The hardest thing about Leona is that you need to have initiative and know when to all-in.
Leona is good because her Q is an auto-attack, so you’re always guaranteed to land it. Her E is also a great ability because it goes through minions so regardless of the enemy positioning in lane, you can land this ability.
Finally, Leona has a lot of additional defensive stats with her W which makes her incredibly tanky: this offers her some forgivingness when going for aggressive trades.
Learn how to play Leona by checking out Leona’s champion page.
Soraka is a perfect beginner Support and very easy to play. Her W is very good to keep your ADC alive in lane. Soraka’s Q is a spell that is somewhat easy to hit, deals a lot of damage to targets, offers you additional sustain in lane, and allows you to heal your ADC without costing you all your health.
Raka is one of the easier Supports on our list, the only hard thing about her is that she isn’t great at carrying. If your team is behind, the likelihood of you winning is pretty low.
Learn how to play Soraka by checking out Soraka’s champion page.
Sona is another good Support to play because of how easy and forgiving she can be. However, she is very squishy and will easily die if you overstep or play too aggressively. Her Ultimate is very versatile and is her only real skill shot. Great Sona players can use her Ultimate to start skirmishes, get picks and disengage from ganks.
Sona can be an incredibly strong champion, but it depends on how effective you’re with her Passive. As long as you can play aggressive and abuse your Passive/ empowered auto attacks, you’ll do really well on Sona.
Learn how to play Sona by checking out Sona’s champion page.
Nautilus is the final champion on our list. Nautilus is one of the easiest tank champions in the game because his Q has a large area of effect, making it somewhat easy to land. His W offers him extra protection in lane. It is a shield that makes trading safer for you because it can block incoming damage.
Nautilus’ Ultimate is a point and click ability. As long as you press R in a team fight, you’ll be very useful. Combined with his Passive, Nautilus is a CC machine with many CC tools to lock down enemies. Like Leona, the most challenging thing about Naughty Nautilus is initiative.
Learn how to play Nautilus by checking out Nautilus’s champion page.
That about sums up the 5 easiest Supports in League of Legends. Do you think there are easier Supports in League of Legends or are these the easiest? Let us know!
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