Sivir – the Battle Mistress – is based on our LoL Tier List on patch
a B-Tier Adc champion. Based on ranked matches from summoners with a PLATINUM+ tier,
Sivir 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 Sivir on your matches, keep in mind that this champion is moderately difficult to play in LoL. This Sivir guide will give you also an understanding on how to beat Sivir. The upcoming LoL Sivir Adc Build is the most popular build picked by many Pros.
Kraken Slayer as the favoured mythic item. As the game progresses, the most popular
Sivir items are
Kraken Slayer and
Berserker's Greaves are the most bought
Sivir boots by Pros. This Sivir 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
Boomerang Blade on
Sivir. As the match progresses, it is best to maximise
Boomerang Blade into
Ricochet and at last
Boomerang Blade is a very strong ability of
Sivir in order to build up a lead and dominate your opponents. The passive is called
Fleet of Foot and there is no need to set it manually on a Sivir Build.
Select one of the abilities below in order to start a clip of the ability:
Fleet of Foot
Sivir gains a short burst of Move Speed when she attacks an enemy champion.
Sivir is a renowned mercenary captain who plies her trade in the deserts of Shurima. Armed with her legendary jeweled crossblade, she has fought and won countless battles for those who can afford her services, and prides herself on recovering lost treasures from the catacombs beneath the old empire—for a generous share of the profits, of course. With ancient forces stirring the very bones of Shurima, Sivir now finds herself torn between conflicting destinies…
Short Story: Water **
Sivir's throat felt like it was coated in a layer of broken glass. The cracked flesh of her lips burned. Her eyes refused to focus. I've given them more than enough time to move on.
Short Story: Bloodlineby Graham McNeill
Taliyah had almost forgotten how much she’d missed the furnace heat of Shurima – the sweat and crush of hundreds of people pushing, cursing, haggling and speaking with such passion and speed that outsiders often thought they were fighting.