Camille – the Steel Shadow – is based on our LoL Tier List on patch
a A-Tier Top champion. Based on ranked matches from summoners with a PLATINUM+ tier,
Camille has a win rate of
, a pick rate of
, a ban rate of
and an average KDA Ratio of
, which shows that the
Fighter is in a good spot in the current meta of season 12. If you want to learn how to play Camille on your matches, keep in mind that this champion is moderately difficult to play in LoL. This Camille guide will give you also an understanding on how to beat Camille. The upcoming LoL Camille Top Build is the most popular build picked by many Pros.
Divine Sunderer as the favoured mythic item. As the game progresses, the most popular
Camille items are
Divine Sunderer and
Ionian Boots of Lucidity are the most bought
Camille boots by Pros. This Camille Build will outstandingly increase your chances to gain LP and to climb the leaderboard in LoL.
At the beginning of a match start to skill the ability
Tactical Sweep on
Camille. As the match progresses, it is best to maximise
Precision Protocol into
Hookshot and at last
Precision Protocol is a very strong ability of
Camille in order to build up a lead and dominate your opponents. The passive is called
Adaptive Defenses and there is no need to set it manually on a Camille Build.
Select one of the abilities below in order to start a clip of the ability:
Basic attacks on champions grant a shield equal to a percentage of Camille's maximum health against their damage type (Physical or Magic) for a brief duration.
Weaponized to operate outside the boundaries of the law, Camille is the Principal Intelligencer of Clan Ferros—an elegant and elite agent who ensures the Piltover machine and its Zaunite underbelly run smoothly. Adaptable and precise, she views sloppy technique as an embarrassment that must be put to order. With a mind as sharp as the blades she bears, Camille's pursuit of superiority through hextech body augmentation has left many to wonder if she is now more machine than human.
Short Story: Tea with the Gray Lady **
The first sound I heard was the scrape of sharp metal against rock. My sight was blurred, my vision still swimming in murky darkness, but something in the back of my mind registered it, that knife-edge slide on wet stone. The rasp was the same as my mason when he marks out which rock to cut away from the cliff. It set my teeth on edge. The fog in my brain receded, but it left me with only one panicked thought as I strained at the ropes binding my hands: