New League of Legends Players: Pick The Best Role & Champion
If you’re new to League of Legends, you’re going to want to pick a role. For many beginners, Attack Damage Carry is the easiest role to learn.
This gallery will help explain why the Attack Damage Carry role is the easiest to learn, and which champions are the easiest for that role. League of Legends is a game that everyone seems to be talking about. I’m sure you know at least one person that plays it. Whether you are getting into the game because someone asked you to play it or because you just want to check it out, there is a lot to learn. Though the learning curve for League of Legends is not as high as some other games, it can still be very overwhelming if you are new to the world of MOBAs. Just remember that it is a game, and that you should have fun! Mute anyone that may be overly rude, and just focus on learning what you can, game by game and play by play.
ADC: It’s easy as ABC
For most beginners, the easiest role to start learning is the Attack Damage Carry, most commonly known as ADC or marksman. The word Carry may make this role seem a little intimidating, but if you focus on the fundamentals you will be fine! Focus on farming minions by last hitting them, as well as attacking the objectives (Towers, Inhibitors, and the Nexus). This will make you stronger and give you gold. But first, you need to pick a champion.
ADC’s are ranged champions that scale off of attack damage items. There are many to choose from, including Ashe, Caitlyn, Corki, Draven, Ezreal, Graves, Jinx, Kog’Maw, Lucian, Miss Fortune, Quinn, Sivir, Tristana, Twitch, Urgot, Varus, and Vayne. Each champion has their own abilities, strengths and weaknesses. Some are fast, some can go invisible for a few seconds, some have shields, some have global ultimates, and some have binds and snares and traps, oh my!
So, let’s take a look at a few of the most popular ADC champions.