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5 Worst Bot Lane Duos in League of Legends Patch 10.3

Taliyah and Pantheon go together like orange juice and toothpaste, but what other duos are there?
Taliyah and Pantheon go together like orange juice and toothpaste, but what other duos are there? | Riot Games

Worst bot lane duos Patch 10.3 are pairs to avoid this patch after recent nerfs to certain champions.

With dragons becoming some of the most important objectives on the map in Season 10, bot lane duos have a new focus on helping their jungler secure these objectives. But, it's a lot easier when you pick the right duo.

Here are the five worst bot lane duos in League of Legends Patch 10.3 that you should avoid to make your job a lot easier.

5 Worst Bot Lane Duos in League of Legends Patch 10.3

1. Taliyah and Pantheon

This was actually considered a legitimate bot lane in League Champions Korea during Season 9 when Griffin pulled out the strategy against then SK Telecom Team 1. Needless to say, the duo lane was unable to get much accomplished and looked pretty horrendous on stage.

With a new set of champions in the bot lane, the "Avengers" duo is even more likely to fail. If professional players can't pull it off, chances are you won't be able to either.

2. Kalista and Yuumi

Just think about it. Kalista's ultimate allows her to throw her support at the enemy team for crowd control. Yuumi is the squishiest support in the game and wants to remain as far from the enemy as possible.

The two champions just don't synergize well in lane, unless you're set on trolling your duo partner in a non-ranked game.

3. Jhin and Braum

Almost every champion in the bottom lane can make uses of Braum's passive crowd control except Jhin. Jhin's four shots make it incredibly difficult for him to activate the stun, and even when he does he has no ammunition left to auto attack the stunned enemy.

Braum is a great support and Jhin is in an okay place as an AD carry, but the two lack any real synergy that would allow them to dominate the bottom lane.

4. Vayne and Sona

While a late game scaling bot lane sounds good in theory, in practice it's one of the worst feeling lanes in the game. Vayne and Sona will never be able to get lane priority and will often find themselves pushed under tower and dived by the mid lane and jungler.

In a meta where games are usually over around 30 minutes, a Vayne and Sona lane simply takes too long to scale and sacrifices way too many objectives and resources in the process.

5. Yasuo and Lux

Another combination that lacks synergy, Lux has no abilities in her kit that allow her to send enemies airborne. This means that in order for Yasuo to use his ultimate, he has to first land a difficult to hit skill shots.

Lux also lacks any kind of healing for Yasuo to help him survive the early stages of the lane and has only one consistent source of poke damage to keep the opposing AD carry from getting too aggressive.