5 Easiest ADCs to Play in LoL
The ADC meta right now consists of the same ol’ champions that have been played all year round. ADC in general has one of the smallest pools of champions to learn, but that doesn’t make it the easiest role to master.
When starting off playing the ADC role, it will be highly beneficial if you pick one of these 5 champions as they’re some of the easiest champions on the ADC list. They’re strong in the current meta and are great for beginners.
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Here are 5 of the easier AD Carries to learn in League of Legends
Ashe is an excellent ADC in the current meta. Not only is she good, but she is easy too! Firstly, Ashe can easily clear waves with her W. She can also use her W to push and poke simultaneously.
Post 6, Ashe’s Ultimate is a great tool for setting up ganks, going for kills, and preventing enemy ganks. It is great in the mid and later game at picking targets off who are out of position.
Learn how to play Ashe by checking out Ashe’s champion page.
Sivir is a very good beginner ADC for several reasons. Firstly, Sivir can quickly clear minion waves and secure last hits very easily with her Q and W. Secondly, her spell shield is beneficial at keeping you alive and protecting you from damage and CC.
Post 6, Sivir’s kill pressure increases as she can use her Ultimate to close the gap with the enemy laner to get kills. On the other hand, Sivir’s Ultimate is super versatile, so she can use it to disengage too.
Learn how to play Sivir by checking out Sivir’s champion page.
Caitlyn is a great beginner ADC because she is a strong early game champion with a large auto-attack range, pushing power and zoning potential.
Playing Caitlyn will allow you to learn many things about the bottom lane that transition amazingly well onto other ADC’s. For instance, abusing Caitlyn’s range could help you learn other ADC’s ranges and how and where to position in the lane when ahead.
Learn how to play Caitlyn by checking out Caitlyn’s champion page.
Ziggs is a flexible pick that can be played in the ADC, mid and support roles. Ziggs is a great ADC to learn and is the only mage on our list. Firstly, he is good at harassing the enemy with his Q and E.
You can learn trading stances and when to trade with Ziggs too. Unlike most bot lane carries, he loses most 1v1 trades because he is AP, not AD. So learning the art of respect and trading is one way of improving as a whole.
Zigg’s is probably the hardest champion on our list because he has a lot of skill shots compared to some of the other champions.
Learn how to play Ziggs by checking out Ziggs’s champion page.
5. Miss Fortune
Miss Fortune is the last champion on our list. MF is a great starter ADC because she is somewhat forgiving. Her basic attacks deal more damage than other champions, which makes last hitting much easier.
Furthermore, you don’t have to set up the minion wave when it crashes into your tower thanks to this additional damage. You can just hit them after the tower hits them and get all the gold. Miss Fortune also has a lot of poke with her Q and E, which is great during the laning phase.
The biggest problem with Miss Fortune is that she is standing still when channelling her Ultimate, which can be dangerous if you use your Ultimate at the wrong time.
Learn how to play MissFortune by checking out Miss Fortune’s champion page.
The ADC role is one of the most challenging roles in League of Legends because of the number of champions in the bottom lane. This can make it hard to learn the role. By playing easier champions to begin with, you can focus on other things in the lane rather than your mechanics.
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