- Use Reckoning at the start of a fight in order to inflict as much damage as possible, as her damage is amplified with this skill.
- Aggressive use of Reckoning enables Kayle to dominate her lane effectively.
- Use Divine Blessing to get back to your lane quicker.
- Righteous Fury Righteous Fury's magic damage will hit the target regardless of blind effects and 贾克斯的 Counter Strike.
- Righteous Fury Righteous Fury's splash damage will damage turrets but not inhibitors if you attack a minion or champion near them.
- If Righteous Fury Righteous Fury's duration ends while Kayle is in the middle of her attack animation, she will hit the target, but neither the bonus damage nor the splash will be dealt. The attack is considered ranged.
- It is possible to hit enemies easily while staying at the back of your minion wave by using Righteous Fury Righteous Fury. This can be accomplished because not only does the splash damage 'spill' over to nearby enemies when you last hit a minion, but also allows you to harass melee enemies. Staying behind your wave in this fashion will let you wait for cooldowns and heal yourself or allies.
- Putting a point into Righteous Fury Righteous Fury instead of Reckoning at level one may improve your ability to harass and stay in lane due to its lower mana cost and more continuous effect/duration.
- Due to the fact that the slow does not increase with level, putting an early point in Reckoning and then focusing on Divine Blessing and Righteous Fury Righteous Fury will make you sustainable early without sacrificing utility or damage.
- Maxing Reckoning first can also prove efective, since this skill has both a damage nuke and a damage amplification scaling components.
- Use Intervention to rescue fleeing allies, Divine Blessing to hasten them, and Reckoning to slow their pursuers.
- Intervention is also an effective ability to bait enemies to attack or turret dive at low health making them commit to killing your ally or die.
- It may not always be best to Intervention an ally when they are nearly dead. If they are about to receive a large amount of burst damage (such as Annie's combo), shielding them will absorb more damage than if you were to shield them just before death (which may end up saving their life or prolonging it more effectively than if you had waited until the last second).
- Intervention will not grant invulnerability against the Nexus Obelisk.
- Build damage first and then attack speed items as it is inadvisable to commit to battles in the laning phase. For such damage, is a good choice.
- Getting an item with mana regeneration at the beginning of the laning phase, along with getting at least one rank of Divine Blessing allows you to stay in your lane much longer.
- Cooldown reduction is very strong on Kayle. With 40% CDR, you can have Righteous Fury Righteous Fury always active since its duration is 10 seconds and its cooldown is reduced to 9.6 seconds.
- in conjunction with masteries and runes is easily able to achieve the CDR cap.
- Using attack speed in combination with Righteous Fury Righteous Fury can yield devastating results in teamfights.
- Building items with on-hit effects such as , , or (which is especially useful if the enemy stacked health instead of resistances) will boost your damage output on top of Righteous Fury Righteous Fury
- Combining Holy Fervor gives high armor reduction to opponents. with
- Kayle can also play a supporting role with items that provide auras to benefit both yourself and your allies.
- Due to the low ratios on Divine Blessing and Righteous Fury Righteous Fury, magic penetration will often provide greater damage output than building solely for ability power, while sacrificing little in the ways of healing.
- Since Kayle receives at least moderate benefits from almost every stat in the game, is quite effective on Kayle.
- Remember that Holy Fervor will shred your armor and magic resistance if left unchecked. Keep this in mind before attacking her.
- The combination of Reckoning, Holy Fervor and very likely a will make Kayle very potent at duels , becoming very strong the longer the duel lasts.
- If she starts to weaken she will likely use Intervention to quickly turn to tides of the duel and kill you.
- Because of this avoid duels that last too long
- Kayle is one of the most versatile champions of the game, being able to play as support, attack damage carry, and ability power carry.
- Her attack damage build is strong early and mid game and is still a threat late game.
- Her ability power build is very weak early game and not very strong mid game.Its extremely potent late game with powerful heals , and massive damage from Reckoning and Righteous Fury Righteous Fury.
- However, this build is rather fragile, try to kill her with an stun or silence to prenvent her Intervention from even activating.
- Be careful with her Reckoning and her Righteous Fury Righteous Fury combo. Both of these spells can kite you if combined together.
- Her ultimate, Intervention blocks any form of damage to the target with this buff, including true damage. Wait until the buff wears off before you use your high-damaging spell.
- Never underestimate Kayle's mobility. Divine Blessing gives her movement speed and Reckoning will slow you down, allowing her to outrun you.
- Try to force Kayle to use her spells and then back off, due to her high mana costs in the early game. This way she cannot farm as easily and reach her very potent late game.
- Kayle is very weak early game, burst damage can easily kill her.
- Kayle can use Intervention to avoid damage, but while in this state she is still vulnerable to CC effects. Use this tactically when she turret dives to have her still take damage when Intervention's short duration wears off. (2 / 2.5 / 3 seconds).