League of Legends Patch 10.16 brings changes to several supports including Karma, Nautilus, Morgana, Veigar and Rakan. With new changes come a meta shift that results in some less than desirable champions that should be avoided.
Be sure to avoid these five League of Legends supports below.
5 Worst Supports in League of Legends Patch 10.16
Karma relies upon Inner Flame (Q) to poke down enemy lane opponents and gain favorable trades. League of Legends Patch 10.16 brings nerfs to this ability in the form of increased mana cost and cooldown time. Previous struggles in the support role paired with nerfs mean Karma is set to be one of the worst supports in the current patch.
Neeko support seems to be strong conceptually but often fails to translate into a powerful pick due to having low health and long cooldowns. Although Neeko received minor Blooming Burst (Q) buffs in the latest patch, she still stands as one of the worst picks for the support role.
Veigar has been struggling in the bottom lane lately and the latest buffs should not change this. Veigar received a whopping two extra magic resist in Patch 10.16 which is simply not enough to make him powerful. Opt for a carry role bottom if you must play the Tiny Master of Evil.
Braum can utilize a well timed Unbreakable (E) to block many high damage abilities. The latest patch sees buffs to Morgana sure to increase her pick rate. Due to Morgana being a strong counter to Braum steer clear of the Heart of the Freljord.
Sett is the worst League of Legends support in Patch 10.16. Boasting one of the lowest support win rates in Patch 10.15 paired with nerfs in Patch 10.16 mean Sett is an awful support pick and should certainly be avoided.