The stats shown on this page underscore some influential Bel'Veth vs. Seraphine counter stats that may help us understand the differences and similarities between this pair of champions. As an example, Bel'Veth’s KDA ratio ([kills + assists] / deaths) of NaN is better than Seraphine’s ratio of NaN, indicating that Bel'Veth may be more central to their team's team fighting capability than Seraphine. This observation is largely fueled by the difference in kills.
Bel'Veth often has a much larger longest kill spree than their foe does. Typically, they takes more damage than Seraphine. This often reflects differing health capacities, but it can also indicate that the one champ has less mobility and thus is not able to kite away from further harm when engaged or poked.
Both League of Legends champions are great. Both champs have their strengths, weaknesses, and counters. In the game's current meta, Bel'Veth usually fairs equally well when trying to fight Seraphine, with a 49.9% win rate. Therefore, Bel'Veth makes an ok counter for Seraphine.
While Bel'Veth does have a lower winrate than Seraphine, when on opposite teams, Bel'Veth also has a much greater level of difficulty that makes them a more challenging champion to develop with. You should be careful when picking Bel'Veth into Seraphineas their relative depth means you may not be able to unleash their full potential without a lot of practice beforehand.
Furthermore, Bel'Veth also has some amount of CC and other utility, a similar amount to Seraphine. This often makes her just as valuable during teamfights, especially when facing champions with a ton of burst damage.
While there isn't one best champion for every situation in League of Legends, in Bel'Veth vs Seraphine matchups, Seraphine is the better champion with a similar win rate, more champion depth, and a similar amount of utility to help out your teammates during teamfights.
Bel'Veth is a somewhat poor counter for Seraphine. Focus your gameplay on keeping up your gold income and destroying objectives. If you are able to do that, you should hold your own as Bel'Veth against Seraphine.
To truly master Bel'Veth to counter Seraphine during both the lane and mid / late game phases of League of Legends, you should continue reading to learn a few extra tricks and insights into this matchup. If you pay attention to the build and suggestions shown here, you will grow your win rate by a lot and be that much closer to League of Legends pro players.
Bel'Veth usually picks up less CS as Seraphine. Champions who typically don't earn much CS usualy don't have to have much CS to be valuable teammates, such as support champions. These kinds of champions are able to scale properly off of their skills, stats, and first items alone. Yet, champions with a lot of CS, such as hyper-carries, often require a lot of items to be effective. In either situation, try to exceed the numbers displayed here to do well.
The most crucial items to prioritize in your Bel'Veth versus Seraphine build consist of Verdugo de krakens, Hoja de furia de Guinsoo, and Hoja del rey arruinado. When Bel'Veth included at least these three pieces in their build, they performed significantly better countering Seraphine than with many other typical builds. In fact, Bel'Veth had an average win rate of 49.9% when countering Seraphine with these items in their kit.
To have the highest chance of coming out on top against Seraphine as Bel'Veth, Bel'Veth players should equip the Conquistador, Triunfo, Leyenda: Tenacidad, Golpe de gracia, Calzado mágico, and Mercado del futuro runes from the Precisión and Inspiración rune sets. Out of all the rune builds players used for Bel'Veth vs Seraphine counter picks, this combo of runes resulted in the highest win rate. Notably, these runes gave a 49.9% win rate overall.
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