Which ADCs should you main until next year?
Top 5 Strongest ADCs in LoL Patch 10.25
With patch 10.25, a lot of ADC items got buffed, which means they’ll be hitting their power spikes a little harder this time around. Which champions are most affected by these changes and are therefore the best to main right now? We'll take a look!
In this LoL tier list, we show you the best champions for each lane in patch 10.25. We especially focus on the win rate and the carry potential, because often you will have to carry your teammates in any given game. Today, we will take a look at the AD Carry.
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5. Miss Fortune (Win Rate: 52.1%)
If you want to play a lane bully, then Miss Fortune is the champion for you. She has a strong laning phase with early damage, thanks to her Q as well as her E. Her W gives her added movement speed as well, which makes her a mobile and great champion to play. Pair her with a lane bully like Lulu and you’ll be sure to get the opposing tower before the 14-minute mark.
4. Ashe (Win Rate: 51.4%)
Ashe is an easy champion with high utility who can hyper carry into the late game. Her Q auto-refreshes: Only hit the opponent another 4 times after it times out and boom it’s available once more. This is where most of her damage output will come from. Her ability to scout out enemies early thanks to her hawkshot and to stun opponents also make her a great champion to main this patch.
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3. Vayne (Win Rate: 52.4%)
Vayne is a weak early game ADC, but once she hits the mid game she really comes alive. Kraken Slayer is a new item introduced in the pre-season and synergizes really well with her kit, making her Silver Bolts all the more effective. Blade of the Ruined King and Berseker’s Greeves are also great on her and will let her dish out even more damage, thanks to the added attack speed.
2. Kai’Sa (Win Rate: 51.6%)
Kai’Sa is interesting since she can either build AP or AD. Her kit is versatile and building attack speed items really bring out the best in this champion. She has a weak laning phase, which is why pairing her with a strong cc-Support is key for the early game, but if she survives, she will be an unstoppable champion.
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Manamune, Berseker’s Greeves and Guinsoo’s Rageblade are the core items and boots to her build. These give her damage, as well as attack speed which is what this champion is all about. Once you’ve got those, you’ll be able to start winning fights and choke out the opposition.
1. Jhin (Win Rate: 51.4%)
Jhin received some nerfs this patch, but that hasn’t slowed him down. His Q’s bonus AD ration was reduced, but he still pumps out the damage and is an incredible late game carry any team can depend on. Pairing him with a solid support like Leona will give him the security to farm up and become a crit monster.
Jhin has some of the best scaling in the game and a small nerf to his kit won’t affect that. He has amazing range, which lets him go toe-to-toe with any champion he faces off against in lane. Depending on players preference, choose Galeforce when going for a crit build, while Eclipse is a must for a lethality build. Both are amazing and will have great results.
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