When top laners are both bruisers, it is more like an arena than a farm festival, especially if the match-up is all about skill.
It is exciting to think that top laners are more like a one versus one in the early game. Their contribution to the team is one beat the opposing top laner; they have the advantage in top lane control and teleport.
Currently, the popular top laners in solo queue are: riven, fiora and jax. Of course, the popularity of these champions will vary depending on the region.
League of Legends Account – Top Three Bruisers: Riven
Riven is a strong top lane champion. She can snowball really hard in the early game. In exchange, she could also be snowballed, and fall behind when the enemy exploit her weaknesses.
Riven is one of the top lane champions with decent burst damage, a burst damage sufficient enough to kill the enemy’s adc with a single combo. Decent burst damage is also the reason why she could snowball the top lane. However, if she can’t burst the enemy top lane, she is like a fish out of water. She could not do anything when she used all of her skills and the enemy is still standing.
League of Legends Account – Top Three Bruisers: Fiora
Fiora is consistent. It is why she could snowball the top lane. She has a relative amount of damage and sustain incorporated with his passive ‘duelist’s dance.’
The longer the game takes, the stronger fiora gets. In other words, fiora is a late game champion.
League of Legends Account – Top Three Bruisers: Jax
Jax is a strong split pusher because he is very strong when it comes to one versus one. No one can stop him in the late game when he starts to split push. It requires two people to kill jax, which turns out to be 3 versus 4 in the mid lane.
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