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All The League of Legends Champions In Wild Rift So Far

Nutan Lele
25/Sep/2020 12:34 am

So far Wild Rift has brought in a total of 40 champions from the League of Legends.
There are a few champion differences in Wild Rift in comparison to League of Legends including in terms of ability progression, max champion levels.

After an Alpha test in June, League of Legends: Wild Rift has finally begun its closed Beta in South-East Asia on September 16th. The Closed Beta is now live in Indonesia. Philippines, Malaysia, Thailand and Singapore are soon to follow with even more markets to be included in the coming months. So far the game has brought a total of 40 champions from the League of Legends, 34 from Alpha and 6 new for Beta. Their visuals were updated to better match their appearances in Lore and some of their abilities were changed to better work on mobile and consoles. There were supposed ‘leaks’ saying that Riot has another 15 champions in the pipeline including Yorick, Karma, Wukong. However, these claims were unsubstantiated. There has been no official statement from Riot regarding this. 

How To Unlock Champions in Wild Rift

For the first few levels, players can unlock starter champions like Master Yi just by levelling up. 

Earn starter champions by levelling upEarn starter champions by levelling up

Players will also earn Blue Motes and Poro coins which can be used to buy other champions and unlock cosmetics (like skins and emotes) respectively. Riot is planning on making the game free-to-play friendly, so there will be many ways for players to earn enough through grinding. Completing tasks such as graduating the Wild Rift Academy will reward players with skins, poses and champions. Wild Rift will also feature a free champion rotation like in League of Legends. 

Earn Blue Motes To Buy ChampionsEarn Blue Motes To Buy Champions

RELATED:  Wild Rift Specification Requirements For Mobile

Champion List

(All images courtesy Riot Games

Ahri

AhriThe Nine-Tailed Fox

Alistar

AlistarThe Minotaur

Amumu

AmumuThe Sad Mummy

Annie

AnnieThe Dark Child

Ashe

AsheThe Frost Archer

Aurelion Sol

Aurelion SolThe Star Forger

Blitzcrank

BlitzcrankThe Great Steam Golem

Braum

BraumThe Heart of the Freljord

Camille

CamilleThe Steel Shadow

Dr. Mundo

Dr. MundoThe Madman of Zaun

Ezreal

EzrealThe Prodigal Explorer

Fiora

FioraThe Grand Duelist

Fizz

FizzThe Tidal Trickster

Garen

GarenThe Might of Demacia

Gragas

GragasThe Rabble Rouser

Graves

GravesThe Outlaw

Janna

JannaThe Storm's Fury

Jarvan IV

Jarvan IVThe Exemplar of Demacia

Jax

JaxGrandmaster at Arms

Jhin

JhinThe Virtuoso

Jinx

JinxThe Loose Cannon

Lux

LuxThe Lady of Luminosity

Malphite

MalphiteShard of the Monolith

Master Yi

Master YiThe Wuju Bladesman

Miss Fortune

Miss FortuneThe Bounty Hunter

Nami

NamiThe Tidecaller

Nasus

NasusThe Curator of the Sands

Olaf

OlafThe Berserker

Orianna

OriannaThe Lady of Clockwork

Shyvana

ShyvanaThe Half-Dragon

 Singed


SingedThe Mad Chemist
Sona

SonaMaven of the Strings

Soraka

SorakaThe Starchild

Tryndamere

TryndamereThe Barbarian King

Twisted Fate

Twisted FateThe Card Master

Varus

VarusThe Arrow of Retribution

Vayne

VayneThe Night Hunter

Vi

ViThe Piltover Enforcer

Xin Zhao

Xin ZhaoThe Seneschal of Demacia

Yasuo

YasuoThe Unforgiven

Zed

ZedThe Master of Shadows

Ziggs

ZiggsThe Hexplosives Expert

Gameplay and Champion Differences in Wild Rift

There are a few champion differences in Wild Rift in comparison to League of Legends including in terms of ability progression, max champion levels. 

  • The maximum level for champions is 15 instead of 18, and basic abilities have a maximum rank of 4 instead of 5. Ultimate abilities can be levelled up at levels 5 / 9 / 13 instead of 6 / 11 / 16 like in League of Legends. Several champions' abilities have been modified to accommodate either the twin-stick control scheme or the smaller scope of the match.

  • A new passive indicator on the health bar for certain champions has been implemented for Alistar's Triumphant Roar Triumphant Roar, Ezreal's Rising Spell Force, Jax's Grandmaster's Might, Master Yi's Double Strike, and Twisted Fate's Stacked Deck.

  • After months of teasers for Seraphine, the mysterious upcoming League of Legends champion, there may have been a breakthrough in regard to her champion kit. A data miner uncovered unnamed abilities for Seraphine, denoted at the top of the data file as “Hero 10034,” from the open beta of Riot Games’ new mobile game Wild Rift.

Champion Ability Differences

  • Ashe's Enchanted Crystal Arrow (R) can now be controlled (like Yuumi Prowling Projectile, with a turning radius more similar to Sion’s Unstoppable Onslaught).

  • Miss Fortune's Double Up (Q) and Annie's Disintegrate (Q) targeting input changed to direction-targeted from unit-targeted.

  • Vayne's Silver Bolts' (W) active grants bonus attack speed for 3 attacks for a duration and triggering the passive during this time grants healing equal to the damage dealt by Silver Bolts.

  • Vi's Blast Shield (P) has switched places with Denting Blows (W). Blast Shield is now an active ability. Passively, a stack of Blast Shield is gained whenever Vi attacks or casts an ability, up to 5 stacks. Casting Blast Shield will consume all stacks to grant Vi a Hybrid resistances icon shield and a burst of bonus movement speed for 3 seconds.

    Denting Blows (W) is now Vi's innate. Bonus attack speed now scales with her level. The bonus physical damage dealt is changed to 4% of her target's maximum health at all levels and its AD ratio has been increased.

  • Twisted Fate's Stacked Deck (E) active increases the passive bonus attack speed for 3 seconds.

  • Shyvana gains bonus effects on her abilities while in Dragon's Descent (R) from slaying Dragons:
    Infernal Drake grants additional true damage on Flame Breath's burning scorch area of effect.
    Mountain Drake adds a Slow icon slow to Twin Bite's attack.
    Cloud Drake grants additional bonus movement speed to Burnout Burnout.

  • Nasus' Siphoning Strike (Q) now grants 5 stacks for smaller units and 10 stacks for larger units.

  • Lux's Final Spark Final Spark (R) has a global effective range. Consuming Illumination (P) with a basic attack is now a non-projectile.

  • Garen's Perseverance's (P) health regeneration changed to based on missing health from based on maximum health. Demacian Justice (R) now deals 50% true damage to enemies near the primary target.

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Nutan Lele is AFK Gaming's source for everything from Twitch to the Twitterati. Her focus lies in distilling esports content from around the world. As the former captain of Girlaxy India, she brings an experienced eye in analysing the League of Legends scene.