Akshan – the Rogue Sentinel – is based on our LoL Tier List on patch
a B-Tier Top champion. Based on ranked matches from summoners with a PLATINUM+ tier,
Akshan has a win rate of
, a pick rate of
, a ban rate of
and an average KDA Ratio of
, which shows that the
Marksman is in a moderate spot in the current meta of season 12. If you want to learn how to play Akshan on your matches, keep in mind that this champion is easy to play in LoL. This Akshan guide will give you also an understanding on how to beat Akshan. Besides the upcoming Akshan Top Build the position Mid is a valid choice as well.
Kraken Slayer as the favoured mythic item. As the game progresses, the most popular
Akshan items are
Kraken Slayer and
Blade of The Ruined King.
Plated Steelcaps are the most bought
Akshan boots by Pros. This Akshan Build will significantly increase your chances to gain LP and to climb the leaderboard in LoL.
At the beginning of a match start to skill the ability
Akshan. As the match progresses, it is best to maximise
Heroic Swing and at last
Avengerang is a very strong ability of
Akshan in order to build up a lead and dominate your opponents. The passive is called
Dirty Fighting and there is no need to set it manually on a Akshan Build.
Select one of the abilities below in order to start a clip of the ability:
Every three hits from Akshan's Attacks and Abilities deals bonus damage and grants him a Shield if the target was a champion.
When Akshan Attacks, he fires an additional Attack for reduced damage. If he cancels the additional Attack, he instead gains Move Speed.
Raising an eyebrow in the face of danger, Akshan fights evil with dashing charisma, righteous vengeance, and a conspicuous lack of shirts. He is highly skilled in the art of stealth combat, able to evade the eyes of his enemies and reappear when they least expect him. With a keen sense of justice and a legendary death-reversing weapon, he rights the wrongs of Runeterra’s many scoundrels while living by his own moral code: “Don’t be an ass.”
Short Story: In Search of Things LostBy John O’Bryan
Shadya had only been dead a few weeks, and already Akshan could feel all traces of her slipping away. That was the hardest facet of his grief—the hoarding of mementos, the scrambling to scrape together whatever remained of his beloved mentor.