5. Lee Sin
Lee Sin has so many different combos you can use, but mastering them isn’t going to be easy – this is the type of champion that requires super-fast decision making. He has seven abilities, so you’re going to have fun mastering those. Insec combo is his most popular combo – this involves using the Q on the enemy, jumping on them, flashing behind them, then ulting them to your tower or team.
Like Riven, Lee Sin doesn’t scale well late in the game, so you’re going to have to be on top of your toes in the very beginning.
The Insec combo is one of the many combos Lee Sin can use. In order to master Lee Sin, you will need to master all of his combos.
Gangplank has a nice sized skill chart – there’s so much he can do. After you have assessed the enemy team, his ultimate item will need to be well thought out.
By using his barrels, this LoL champion can do a lot. There’s no denying that he has a lot of potential, as long as you have mastered him. You can position his barrels however you like, which is pretty cool.
To really master Gankplank, you will need to have knowledge of his range and damage.
Another good champion that has one of the highest skill caps in LoL would be Thresh. Thresh can dish out his fair share of CC’s and easily eliminate teams. Using his Q, he can hook his champions without missing them.
Yes, Thresh is a hard one to master, but he does have a lot of potential, so he’s worth every minute (or hour) it takes to learn him. His hook needs perfect predictions, his flays need just the right timing, and the W needs proper positioning.
2. Aurelion Sol
Aurelion Sol is one of the most challenging champions to master in League of Legends, but this celestial dragon is worth it. He requires a lot of kiting, maneuvering, and positioning.
To get the most out of your W, you need to make sure the enemy is precisely where you need it to be. If you let an enemy get too close to you, you won’t be able to use your W to damage them. With the proper skills, you will avoid these types of situations by positioning yourself away from your enemies.
Aurelion Sol’s main goal involves using his E ability to roam the map – the E ability allows him to go through walls. Knowing how and when to roam is a skill within itself.
Last on our list of the highest skill cap champions in LoL; we have Draven. This is another one of those champions that will require proper positioning. If you don’t have excellent positioning, you’re not going to be able to master Draven.
His kit is focused on his Auto attacks. You will need to know precisely when to activate your axe, drop it, and then activate the second axe. You know you have mastered Draven when you’re able to lug three axes in a team fight and deal a lot of damage.
Draven’s movement is limited during combat, and this is part of what makes him a difficult champion to play. The enemy can predict where you’ll be because they can see where the axe is – on another note, Draven is able to force the axe to drop anywhere he chooses, and once you have mastered him, you’ll know exactly where to place it.
Those are 10 of the highest skill champions in LoL. For those looking to take your LoL to the next level, go ahead and give these champions a try.