Wild Rift Lee Sin Guide with Item Builds, Runes and Summoners Spells

In League of Legends Wild Rift, Lee Sin a Blind Monk is a master of Material Art commonly played in a Jungle. Lee Sin primarily deals physical damage with his abilities and is considered moderately difficult to play champion in Wild Rift.

In Wild Rift, Lee Sin is considered an S-tier pick for the jungle. In this post, we will look at the Best Item Builds, Runes, Summoners Spell for Lee Sin, including some gameplay tips and tricks we have found especially for you, which will help you become a Master Lee Sin player quickly. 

Wild Rift Lee Sin Guide with Item Builds, Runes and Summoners Spells

Let’s begin with Runes first,

Best Runes for Lee Sin in Wild Rift

NameStats

Conqueror

Gain Stacks of adaptive force when hitting a champion with a separate attack or abilities. It stacks up to 5 times. When fully stacked, deals bonus adaptive damage to and champion.

Per Stack: (2-6) bonus AD or (4-12) AP for 8%

Fully Stacked Bonus: 10% Bonus adaptive damage to champions.

Brutal

AD/AP, Penetration

Gain 7 AD and 2% armor penetration, or 14 AP and 2% Magic penetration (Adaptive). 

Hunter Titan

Health, Tenacity

Gain 20 max health, unique champion takedown grants 20 max health and 4% tenacity. 

Mastermind

Objective, Gold

Deal 10% true damage to epic monsters and turrets. Earn an extra 100 gold and 500 XP upon taking or assisting in taking these objectives.

Note: You can also pick Triumph instead of Brutal and Electrocute instead of Conqueror. 

Triumph

Electrocute

 

Now, Let’s look at the Best Summoners Spell for Lee Sin, 

Best Summoners Spell for Lee Sin in Wild Rift

NameStats

Smite

Smite deals 400-1000 damage to monsters, including epic monsters and minions. When you smite a monster, it will restore 70(+10% of maximum Health).

After four smite hits, smite can be upgraded to the chilling smite and challenging smite. After upgrading, you can use smite on enemy champion also.

Hunting License: Earns 20% more experiences from the monsters.

Flash

Flash undoubtedly the best spell for any champion you play. Flash is used to teleport your champion forward for any aimed direction (Cooldown: 150 seconds).

Now, Let’s start with the most important part of this guide, “Best Item Build for Lee Sin”, 

Best Item Builds for Lee Sin in Wild Rift

Lee Sin is a fighter champion in Wild Rift and commonly played in a Jungle. The best thing about a Lee Sin (Blind Monk) is that you can different item based on the enemy champion you are facing.

1. Lee Sin Item Build (Jungle)

Youmuu’s Ghostblade

Plated Steelcaps

Guardian Angel

Trinity Force

Mortal Reminder

 

Sterak’s Gage

 

Ninja’s Locket

Oracle

2. Lee Sin Item Build vs AD Assassins

Youmuu’s Ghostblade

Plated Steelcaps

Trinity Force

Guardian Angel

Randuin’s Omen

 

Sterak’s Gage

 

Ninja’s Locket

Oracle

3. Lee Sin Item Build vs AP Assassin 

Youmuu’s Ghostblade

Plated Steelcaps

Trinity Force

Guardian Angel

Maw of Malmortius

 

Sterak’s Gage

 

Ninja’s Locket

Oracle

4. Lee Sin Item Build vs Tanks

Youmuu’s Ghostblade

Plated Steelcaps

Guardian Angel

Trinity Force

Mortal Reminder

 

Sterak’s Gage

 

Ninja’s Locket

Oracle

Now, Let’s look at Lee Sin’s Ability analysis with Best attack combos, 

Wild Rift Lee Sin’s Ability Analysis with Best Attack combos

Let’s begin with the Ability analysis first, 

Wild Rift Lee Sin’s Ability Analysis

1. Passive (Flurry)

Flurry

Lee Sin’s Abilities grants him 50% attack speed for 2 attacks within 3 seconds. The first attack restores 20 energy and the second restores half of that amount.

2. First Ability (Sonic Wave)

Sonic Wave

Sonic Wave: Fires an energy wave that deals 55 physical damage (55+100% bonus AD) to enemies and reveals them. Hitting an enemy allows Resonating strike to be cast within 3 seconds. 

Resonating strike: Dash to enemy marked by sonic wave, dealing 55 to 100 physical damage (55+ 100% bonus AD to 110 + 200% bonus AD) based on its missing Health.

Cooldown: 6.1/5.5/4.8/4.2 Second

Base Damage: 55/90/125/160

3. Second Ability (SafeGuard)

SafeGuard

SafeGuard: Dashes to the target location. If the enemy is nearby on arrival, Lee Sin Shield himself for 60 (60 + 100% AP) for 2 seconds. Allows iron will to be cast within 3 seconds. 

Safeguard’s cooldown is reduced by 0.5 seconds with each attack.

Shield: 60/120/180/240

Base Damage: 50/75/100/125

Physical Vamp: 35%/50%/65%/80%

Cooldown: 9.1 Second

4. Third Ability (Tempest)

Tempest

Tempest: Deals 90 magic damage (90 + 100% bonus AD) to nearby enemies and reveals them. Hitting an enemy allows a cripple to be cast within 3 seconds. 

Cripple: Slows enemies hit by Tempest by 30%, decaying over the course of 4 seconds. 

Base Damage: 90/140/190/240

Slow: 30%/40%/50%/60%

Cooldown: 6.1 Second

5. Ultimate (Dragon’s Rage)

Dragon’s Rage

Kicks an enemy champion, dealing 150 physical damage (150+ 200% bonus AD) and knocking it away. 

Deals physical damage equal to 150 (150+ 200% bonus AD) plus 12% of the kicked champion’s bonus health to enemies hit by the kicked champion and knock them up for 1 second. 

Cooldown: 48.5/39.4/30.3

Base Damage: 150/375/600

HP% Damage: 12%/15%/18%

Which Lee Sin’s Ability I should upgrade first?

When upgrading Lee Sin’s Ability, first upgrade Lee Sin’s Q (Sonic Wave) because it is the primary source of Lee sin’s damage. After that, upgrade Lee Sin’s W (Safe Guard) to increase Lee Sin’s mobility by reducing its cooldown. Finally, upgrade the Lee Sin’s E (Tempest) as it is primarily used for slow in the team fight instead of its damage. Don’t forget to unlock and upgrade Lee Sin’s ultimate whenever available.

Lee Sin’s Ability Upgradation Path

Sonic Wave

1467

SafeGuard

281011

Tempest

3121415

Dragon’s Rage

5913

Best Attack Combo for Lee Sin in Wild Rift

Lee Sin is a Master of Martial art. You can create many combos with Lee Sin based on the enemy champion you are facing. Let’s look at the most common combo used by Lee Sin mains,

Combo 1: 

Second Ability (Safe Guard) > Ultimate (Dragon’s Rage) > First Ability (Sonic Wave) > Third Ability (Tempest) > Basic Attacks

Combo 2: 

First Ability (Sonic Wave) > Second Ability (Safe Guard) > Ultimate (Dragon’s Rage) > Second Ability (Safe Guard) > Third Ability (Tempest) > Basic Attacks

Lee Sin’s Counters in Wild Rift

Wukong

Olaf

Jarvan IV

Evelynn

Wild Lee Sin’s Gameplay Tips and Tricks

Early Game: 

Lee Sin is one of the strongest early game jungler in Wild Rift. In the early game, look for ganking opportunities in the Dragon Lane and Mid Lane. If you do not find any ganking opportunity, then do the full clear of the jungle camp. You can also invade the enemy’s Jungle Camp with your Team.

Lee Sin’ Early game Jungle Path: 

  1. Red Buff
  2. Raptors
  3. Wolves
  4. Blue Buff
  5. Scuttler

Mid Game: 

In the Mid Game always look for ganking opportunities as Lee Sin Ultimate can change the result of the Team Fight if your target right champion with it. Always try to target enemies Squishy champions like ADC with the Lee Sin’s Ultimate. In the Mid Game, Always prioritize Dragons and Baron and do not fight if any important objective is about to spawn.

Late Game: 

Lee Sin becomes an assassin in the late game and can one-shot enemies squishy champions. In the Late Game, always target enemies ADC as your primary target and try to eliminate it with your ultimate.

Lee Sin’s late game is the exact opposite of his early game as Lee Sin is one of the strongest early game jungler and one of the worst Late game jungler. Like every other jungler like Amumu, Xin Zhao, Olaf, and Jarvan IV provides a lot more value in the team fights and scales very well in the late game. So, when you are playing Lee Sin in the Wild Rift, try to create impact as you can in the early game as it is the time where Lee Sin shines.

FAQ

How good in Lee Sin in the Wild Rift?

In Wild Rift, Lee Sin is considered as an S-tier pick for Jungle.

Which role/ lane I should play as a Lee Sin in Wild Rift?

In Wild Rift, Lee sin is a Fighter champion commonly played in a Jungle.

Best Runes for Lee Sin in Wild Rift?

The Best Runes for Lee Sin is Conqueror, Brutal, Backbone, Master Mind.

Which Lee Sin's Ability I should upgrade first?

When upgrading Lee Sin's Ability, first upgrade his Q (Sonic Wave) to the max level followed by his W (Safe Guard). After that, his E (Tempest). Don't forget to unlock and upgrade the ultimate whenever available.

Wild Rift Other Champions Guide: 

Lux

Wild Rift Ahri Guide

Ahri

Wild Rift Master Yi Build Guide

Master Yi

For the latest Wild Rift updates, visit: wildrift.leagueoflegends.com

Leave a Comment