5 Worst Supports in League of Legends Patch 11.3

The five worst supports in League of Legends Patch 11.3.
The five worst supports in League of Legends Patch 11.3. | Photo courtesy of Riot Games

The support role in League of Legends plays a crucial role in carrying teams to victory on Summoner's Rift. A poor support can get their AD Carry in trouble and become a liability for their team in critical team fights. If opponents are able to take over the bottom lane and win team fights around objectives, the team will struggle to find a victory.

For support players, it is important to keep in mind which champions are currently suited for the current meta, as a bad pick can spell trouble for the bottom lane and team in general. The following guide provides an overview of the five worst support champions in League of Legends Patch 11.3.

5 Worst Supports in League of Legends Patch 11.3

Karma

Karma's kit revolves around poking enemies in lane with her ability, Inner Flame (Q). Although the poke provided by her kit can help maintain control of the bottom lane, she has been struggling to find success in matches. Patch 11.3 buffs Karma in the form of an increased mana regeneration rate (11.5 to 13) and a reduction in the mana cost of Inner Flame (65 to 55), but these buffs may not be enough to make her a worthwhile pick. Ultimately, Karma offers low damage output, requires a decent amount of mana, and needs to pick up a few items before becoming useful.

Tahm Kench

Currently boasting some of the lowest win rates in the game, Tahm Kench has struggled to find his place in the meta for quite some time now. His main drawbacks include low mobility, vulnerability to crowd control, and poor scaling. Although his ultimate, Abyssal Voyage, can provide decent utility, enemies have the ability to cancel it.

Soraka

Although Soraka recently received buffs to Starcall (Q) and Astral infusion (W) in Patch 11.2, she remains a bottom tier support. Her main weakness is her squishyness, which makes her an easy target in fights. There are better options for champions that fulfill her playstyle and role.

Sett

Sett has been a bottom tier support pick for a while now. He currently boasts an incredibly low win rate and has not been buffed in Season 11. Although he offers good engagement, it is often difficult to pull off. He is also susceptible to poke, so players should be wary of picking him when the enemy team has sustainable poke damage. If players want to play Sett, they should consider taking him to the top lane.

Taric

Taric has struggled to find success in the current meta. His main issues are that he is susceptible to poke and offers little mobility. Some of his abilities are also telegraphed, as the stun and ultimate activate after a delay. With these things in mind, players should be cautious when locking in this champion.