Thanks to item buffs, the ADC position is back strong and bot lane champions can carry games once more. Which champions give you the best outplay potential though in patch 11.2?
In this LoL tier list, we'll show you the best champions for each lane. We especially focus on win rate and the carry potential because you often have to carry your teammates in any given game. Today, we will take a look at the Support position.
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Which ADCs Are Strong in LoL Patch 11.2?
5. Vayne (Win Rate: 51.4%)
With Kraken Slayer and Phantom Dancer, Vayne is able to shred through any opponent thanks to the attack speed she gains as well as the true damage. She can go toe-to-toe with top-tier ADCs like Kai’Sa and is strongest at her two-item power spike. So for a dynamic quick ADC, pick Vayne.
4. Miss Fortune (Win Rate: 50.9%)
Miss Fortune isn’t the most mobile ADC in the game, but what she lacks in movement, she makes up for in damage output. She is a solid pick into any opponent. She can shred through enemies with her Q and slow them with her E. She is a strong laner and can out farm any opponent.
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3. Swain (Win Rate: 56.3%)
Swain has amazing DPS and burst damage and is a champion that you can easily carry the game with. Since he loves extended trades and has some of the best damage output in the current meta, pick up Conqueror for that bonus AP and healing. He has an incredible laning phase and, from there, he will snowball even the slightest lead.
2. Jhin (Win Rate: 51.2%)
Jhin is one of the best ADCs in the current meta. His Q has insane power even in the early game. Hit 3 minions, as well as an opponent in one shot and you, do some insane damage, while his traps can be placed in bushes for lane control in the early stages of the game.
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His late-game damage output is almost unrivalled in League of Legends. He scales into a crit monster into the later stages of the game and he gains more and more AD with attack speed and critical strike.
1. Kai’Sa (Win Rate: 51.1%)
Kai’Sa is a scaling hypercarry and thanks to the buff to Hurricane she is even stronger on this patch than before. Her passive on-hit damage gives her some nice mixed damage, even if you decide to purely build AD on her, which makes it hard to itemize against Kai’Sa.
Her ultimate gives her multiple options throughout the game of either going into an enemy who has been crowd controlled by her support or even just to scout out what the enemy is doing. Kai’Sa is a truly scary late game champion who can come out of nowhere to one-shot squishy opponents thanks to her evolved Q.
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