Because of Maokai's K/D/A and utility, he has a pretty good overall win rate. He does best in the mid game, with a winrate of 52.7% in that phase. Unfortunately, he does poorest in the late game, where Maokai's win rate is 49.3%., The difference between his best and worst game phases is about 3.4%. This large difference indicates that his power spikes and fades in different phases of the round. Prepare accordingly.
Maokai has been picked a lot in recent ranked League of Legends rounds. In the current meta, his popularity is 11.5%. He is sometimes banned during champion select. Obviously, some players see him as a real threat. In the latest ranked matches, Maokai was banned 5.7% of the time.
Maokai is most commonly played in the support position. This occurs in 38,5% of his rounds. Yet, support Maokai has the highest win rate (51,6%) of all positions but is less popular of a position (played 25,6% of the time). Currently, Maokai's meta game is centered around utility and support. Specifically, his build should mainly be focused on team fights. Additionally, he is a pretty good magical damage dealer champ. Dealing physical damage is the least critical part of Maokai’s kit.
If you are not used to his abilities and gameplay, you won't find it difficult picking him up for the first time. Most competitors consider him to not be a tough champ to learn. Maokai mostly deals magic damage (82% of his total damage). He doesn't deal a lot of other damage types and should not be played as hybrid damage dealer..
Maokai deals a decent amount of damage over the course of a regular ranked match (13.205 damage). You may want to focus on developing him as a powerful champion to crush your opponents.
If you are looking for a dominating damage dealer, then you should definitely not consider this champion. He has one of the lowest kill totals in League amongst other champions. Furthermore, he has a relatively high average champion death count (6.2 deaths). Additionally, Maokai has an average KDA ratio (2.4) with 12.5 assists.
The best Maokai players know who their champion is, and they adapt their gameplay around their champion's playstyle. Maokai is great at many things, but not everything. By focusing more on accentuating your strengths than filling in your weaknesses, you are more likely to win your next game of League of Legends.
Furthermore, you should know when your champion spikes in power in order to be prepared and take advantage of your powerful position while it lasts. Not all LoL champions are strong throughout the entire game length. Some grow in power while others fade. Some start strong and fall off completely in the late game. Maokai is best in the mid game.
Pay attention to the stats comparison shown above, which compares Maokai against all other champions. You can see their strengths and weaknesses relative to others of the same champion type. You can either try to overcome some of the weaknesses, or you can work to strengthen their talents.
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