10 Least Used Items in League of Legends

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League of Legends has been at the top of the world gaming rankings for years.

With more than a few million players, it is definitely a gaming franchise that intends to stay in the gaming community for a long time. The purpose of the game is easy: two teams of five players are fighting to win. The team that knocks down the main Nexus of the enemy team first is the winner. The winning team wins points, so it’s important to win.

Well, in order for your champion to be strong enough to kill the enemy champion, you need to buy items during the match. These items increase movement speed, magic resistance, attack damage, and many other abilities. Each champion has its own special build, which does not have to be universal; players can find different types of builds on League of Legends-related websites.

Oh, and if you come across tanks, then you’re going to need special items to counter them. Here are some of the best items against tanks in the game right now. In this article, we will mention the 10 least used items that you may not have heard of or ever used in League of Legends. Keep reading!

The Ohmwrecker

You must have heard of the famous Ohmwrecker, right? Well, this item serves as some sort of improvement for champions who want tank turrets. Correct me if I’m wrong, but this item is almost never seen during matches. The item is good to use but not popular at all, so players certainly avoid it.

Vigilant Wardstone

Vigilant Wardstone is a rather useful but unpopular item, which makes it one of the least used items in the League of Legends. Vigilant Wardstone gives your champion +150 Health and +15 ability haste. It belongs to the category of Legendary items, and it automatically upgrades from Watchful Wardstone. For support players, it can be an excellent item only if players decide to give it a chance and include it in the build, otherwise it is often avoided because it is not among the 6 popular build items for one champion. Let’s hope it gets popularized over time, so we’ll see this item during matches.

Mercurial Scimitar

Mercurial Scimitar is one of those items whose price is too high and does not justify its quality. It is mainly intended for ADC champions because it gives them + 20% critical strike chance, +40 attack damage, and +30 magic resistance. However, a +50 bonus total movement speed is not enough for your champion to escape from enemy champions and save his life.

Mercurial Scimitar

In that case, Flash will do a better job. If you are interested in what your champion will look like with Mercurial Scimitar, you can buy it and try it, but we guarantee you will not buy it next time. It is simply useless, and for so much gold, you can buy a better and more useful item.

Warmog’s Armor

Warmog’s Armor had its popularity and then fell into oblivion. This Legendary item gives your champion +800 health, +10 ability haste, and + 200% base health regeneration. Pretty good deal for 3000 gold; what is its price. If your champion has more than 1100 bonus health, its passive will grant him Warmog’s Heart which will regenerate 2.5% maximum health every 0.5 seconds. This item is really worth considering; perhaps if a late game has dragged on and you want to try to change the items to win. In that case, you can try Warmog’s Armor; it shouldn’t hurt.

Maw of Malmortius

Maw of Malmortius is designed for attack damage-based champions to be more successful in fighting enemies who have high magic damage. For example, in a fight against Morgana or Ziggs, this item will help your champion attack the enemy champion or allow your champion to retreat. Maw of Malmortius gives your champion +50 attack damage, +15 ability haste, and +50 magic resistance.

However, this item got a little bit over-nerfed, so nowadays there are items that are much more successful than Maw of Malmortius. The choice is entirely up to you, and you can try to go into a fight with this item or rely on much more popular items.

Cosmic Drive

Well, Cosmic Drive is intended for ability power champions, as Lux or Ahri. It gives your champion +200 health, + 5% movement speed, +30 ability haste, and +65 ability power. This is also an expensive item, but we can certainly say that it does not justify the quality. 

Many benefits are expected for 3000 gold, especially the ability haste, but Cosmic Drive did not justify it. Mage players usually skip this one, so this item is not seen often during matches. Who can blame them when there are better items that will serve more during a match.

Frozen Heart

Frozen Heart is an item designed for tank players, with +400 flaws, +20 ability haste, and +80 armor to enable tank champions strength to withstand team fights during the games. But Riot made sure Frozen Heart fell into oblivion when he made it possible with new buffs that tanks also have a base mana pool. 

Its price is 2500 gold, so players have to decide whether to buy Frozen Heart with all the downgrades or opt for another item. In any case, Frozen Heart is no longer on the list of quality items. Maybe Riot will change that; time will tell.

Prowler’s Claw

Here we have a mythic item, Prowler’s Claw, that allows you to target your enemies when they least expect it. It is intended for assassins who can dash in the direction of the enemy champion and catch him if he wants to escape. 

This item gives your champion +20 ability haste, +60 attack damage, and +18 lethality. However, this item is unpopular these days and does not have a high pick rate because obviously, something is not right. Its price is also high, 3100 gold. Hmm, maybe, but for champions who want to go and try with Lethality, like Rek’Sai.


Redemption is a well-known item, and you are probably wondering why it is on the list of least used items in the League of Legends. Well, sometimes items end up on bad lists just because new ones have appeared and overtaken them, which does not mean that they are necessarily bad and unusable in the game. Redemption is intended to support champions as it helps the whole team.

It gives your champion +200 health, +15 ability haste, + 100% base mana regeneration, and + 20% heal and shield power. When Redemption is active, it creates a circle, and all champions within this circle will be healed for 200-400, based on the target’s level. It costs 2300 gold and we could see him more often during the games. If you’re nostalgic, you can buy it, but we know of a few much more effective support items than Redemption.

Randuin’s Omen

The last item on this list, the legendary item Randuin’s Omen, gained its fame long ago. With +80 armor, +10 ability haste, and +250 health, this item knew how to beat the great Yasuo or Graves. It costs 2700 gold, and its active; Humility, slows nearby enemies by 99% for 0.25 seconds and also reduces their critical damage and attack damage.

Great way to catch enemy champions and prevent them from escaping. This means easy kills for your team, of course. However, this item has also run out of time; it is not seen so often today, but who knows, maybe a big comeback is coming. We will follow Riot’s updates.


We have reached the end of the list of 10 least used items in League of Legends. As we said, not all items from this list are necessarily bad, they just ran out of time, and new items have appeared on the scene that gives a lot more advantages to your champion. 

However, one tournament is enough for professional players to re-popularize any of these out-of-date items, so we will follow what is happening in the League of Legends scene.

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