Recommended Lane: Dragon
Sivir Wild Rift Build Recommendation
Here are Item Build Recommendations that works on this champion and which are the best build for Sivir Wild Rift in this patch.
The Bringer of Rains
This item build for Sivir Wild Rift mainly focuses on dealing the most damage with little survivability, thanks to the Guardian Angel. Navori Quickblades and Stormrazor should be the most prioritized items in this build. Navori Quickblades further lowers Sivir’s skill cooldowns, while Stormrazor empowers Sivir’s normal attack and slows the enemy, who takes the damage for a brief period. Infinity Edge for more crit damage and overall crit rate. Quicksilver Enchant for boots is also beneficial if her Spell Shield is not enough when opposing champions with high crowd control abilities. Runaan’s Hurrican further provides lane clearing ability as it makes Sivir’s normal attacks simultaneously deal damage to three enemy units.
This alternative item build for Sivir Wild Rift consists of items with lifesteal. Having lifesteal for a champion like Sivir is essential, as she cannot dash or blink like other marksman champions. So, to effectively win a fight, Sivir must take or mitigate damage while dealing damage simultaneously. Mortal Reminder further boosts Sivir’s duels as it reduces the lifesteal of the enemy that she damages.
Runes for Sivir in Wild Rift
Kraken Slayer provides additional physical damage when Sivir’s third normal attack hits a champion, increasing Sivir’s overall damage just by doing her normal attacks.
Conqueror grants bonus attack damage to Sivir whenever she is in combat. This is essential because Sivir tends to have extended duels since she has low burst damage potential.
Coup de Grace helps Sivir on taking down enemies when they are in low health
Gathering Storm further increases Sivir’s stats as the game progresses, making it essential because Sivir shines better in the late game.
Legend: Alacrity provides more attack speed, which is essential for a marksman like Sivir.
Sweet Tooth for more survivability in the lane, healing Sivir without going back to base.
In our Sivir Wild Rift Guide, here are her best champion spells that you can equip on her.
As a low-mobility champion, Flash is one of the best options for Sivir. This Summoner spell can help Sivir escape dangerous situations, especially when her Spell Shield is on cooldown.
Heal is also good for Sivir to help her during the laning phase or in team fights. Having a timed heal is a matter of life and death for marksmen like Sivir.
Sivir in Wild Rift can start by taking Boomerang Blade for wave clearing and poking enemies down. It is also worth mentioning that Sivir should not engage in a fight if she is not well-built yet, as she is a champion that heavily relies on scaling to late game. The next ability that Sivir should take is Ricochet, which also helps clear waves and is essential for her scaling. Spell Shield is the next ability that Sivir should take at level 3, as it helps her survive, especially when opposing high crowd control ability champions. Last but certainly not the least is On the Hunt. Her ultimate provides movement speed for her and her team, which is important in team fights, especially in the late game. Sivir should prioritize leveling this skill up as much as possible.
Sivir gains a short burst of Move Speed when she attacks an enemy champion.
Sivir hurls her crossblade like a boomerang, dealing physical damage each way.
Sivir’s next few basic attacks gain additional attack speed and bounce to nearby targets, dealing reduced damage while bouncing.
Creates a magical barrier that blocks a single enemy ability cast on Sivir. She receives health and a burst of movement speed if a spell is blocked.
Sivir leads her allies in battle, granting them a surge of Move Speed for some time. In addition, Sivir’s attacks reduce her spell cooldowns.
Innate Passive | Fleet of Foot
After hitting a normal attack, Sivir will have a burst of movement speed, which is essential for champions like Sivir, with no dashes and blinks. This ability can further increase with items that synergize with this ability.
Q | Boomerang Blade
Sivir launches her crossblade that acts like a boomerang, dealing physical damage along the way. Sivir should utilize this ability when clearing waves or poking enemies down as it has a large straight-line range.
W | Ricochet
Sivir empowers her normal attacks, gaining bonus attack speed and bouncing at additional nearby targets with reduced damage when doing a normal attack. Sivir’s normal attacks can also bounce from turrets, making this skill beneficial in the laning phase, as she can damage the turrets while clearing the waves simultaneously.
E | Spell Shield
Spell shield is one of her valuable skills as a champion without any mobility, such as dash or blink. This skill can help her escape even through crowd control ability. After successfully blocking a hostile skill, she will then receive mana and Fleet of Foot, making it a reward for timing a block. The additional mana is also essential as all of her skills are active skills, making Sivir a bit of a mana-hungry champion.
R | On the Hunt
On the Hunt grants Sivir and her team a burst of movement speed while also reducing Sivir’s skill cooldowns every time she does a normal attack. The movement speed it provides for the team is essential, especially for team fights, as it can turn the tides of the fight. It can help Sivir and her team to position better or chase the enemy.
Sivir Early Game Guide
Sivir’s early game damage relies only on her Boomerang Blade and Ricochet and should only focus on farming since she has weak damage in the early game. If an enemy engages in a fight, Sivir should often disengage, using her Spell Shield, as Sivir will only be eliminated and not have the chance to farm.
Sivir Late Game Guide
This is where Sivir shines. After farming almost the entire early game, Sivir can now decimate with her late-game scaling stats and items. However, Sivir should still be cautious as she is still a marksman champion and could be eliminated easily by assassin champions. Sivir should position herself carefully, especially in team fights, kiting the enemies without taking huge damage.
For our Sivir Wild Rift Guide, we highly recommend using her with the following champions as they synergize well with her.
Braum is one of the best supports for Sivir because it will make Sivir’s laning phase less vulnerable to enemy engagement. Braum’s shield provides good survivability against crowd control skill shots like Ashe’s arrow. It is also worth noting that his ultimate is great at teamfights, or whenever Sivir engages because Braum can easily leap to Sivir whenever she casts her On the Hunt.
Sona is also one of the great supports for Sivir, as she can speed Sivir up even more with her Song of Celerity whenever she is beside her. Sona can also engage the enemy for Sivir with her Crescendo, while Sivir can follow up with On the Hunt, leaving enemies have no room for escape.
All Sivir Wild Rift Counter Champions
In this section, we’ll specifically show champions that can easily counter Sivir in Wild Rift.
Draven is one of Sivir’s counters in the dragon lane for his high damage output, even at low levels. Sivir cannot match Draven’s early-game aggression, leaving her unable to farm, which can result in losing in the early game. However, Draven can also scale with Sivir, making her late-game even more painful.
Lucian is also one of Sivir’s counters, especially if Lucian is paired with Nami, which can slow Sivir whenever Lucian does a normal attack on Sivir. Also, Lucian can bully Sivir without any major repercussions with his Dash, which basically leaves Sivir in a poor early game.
Pros & Cons About Sivir
Here are some pros and cons if you are playing with Sivir in Wild Rift.
- Great Lane pusher in the game
- Has a spell shield that is good for escaping
- Can easily farm minion waves with her abilities
- Good champion for base or tower defense
- Has a low HP compared to other champions, which makes her squishy, and she can be eliminated easily
- Has no crowd control ability
- Short normal attack range
- Has late-game scaling so she needs to farm first
FAQ's About Sivir in Wild Rift
How good is Sivir in Wild Rift?
Sivir is an A-tier champion in Wild Rift. Sivir is valued for her high-pushing capabilities, especially in Dragon Lane. However, she is a very squishy champion, making it one of her drawbacks.
What role or lane should I play with Sivir in Wild Rift?
Players should only play Sivir in the Dragon Lane, as it is only her viable option. Sivir needs a teammate when opposing champions have high damage output like Draven or Zed, so having her in Dragon Lane is a must.
What are the best runes for Sivir in Wild Rift?
The best runes for Sivir in Wild Rift are Kraken Slayer for increased damage while doing normal attacks, and Conqueror for also increased damage with its bonus adaptive damage and sustainability with its omnivamp.
What is the best build for Sivir in the Wild Rift?
According to our Sivir Wild Rift guide, Navori Quickblades is great for dealing with damage while reducing Sivir’s skill cooldowns. Infinity Edge for more overall damage. And Immortal Shieldbow if Sivir needs a bit of survivability thanks to its shield when she is in low health.
When is the release date of Sivir in Wild Rift?
Sivir is released on October 25, 2023, together with Fiddlesticks and Zyra.