With the League of Legends Patch 10.19, we have witnessed quite a few changes. We took some time to compile a list of the best ADCs you should try out in the upcoming weeks.
In this list, we will introduce you to the 5 best ADCs in League of Legends Patch 10.19. The champions on this list aren’t listed in any particular order.
Starting out, we have a popular champion that we’re sure most of you are familiar with – Caitlyn. Over the last patches, she received some nerfs, but she still continued going strong. Caitlyn’s early game is stronger than it has been in the past.
- Passive – Headshot – Going against a target Caitlyn has netted or trapped, or every couple basic attacks, this champion fires a headshot that deals a large amount of damage, scaling with her critical strike chance. On those enemy champions that Caitlyn has netted or trapped, Caitlyn’s Headshot attack range is doubled.
- Q – Piltover Peacemaker – This is an interesting ability as Caitlyn unleashes a penetrating shot from her rifle. The shot deals a whole lot of physical damage – to subsequent targets, it deals less damage.
- W – Yordle Snap Trap – In a search for those sneaky players, Caitlyn sets a trap down with the hopes to catch them. When sprung, the trap will reveal and immobilize the enemy for a total of 1.5 seconds – this will grant Caitlyn with an empowered Headshot.
- E – 90 Caliber Net – With this ability, Caitlyn slows her target with a heavy net.
- R – Ace in the Hole – Caitlyn deals massive damage with this ability, and even better, she can deal that damage at a huge range.
Next on our list, we have another familiar LoL champion – Ashe. For a while now, Ashe has appeared on many lists as one of the top ADC champions, and it’s understandable why. With her versatile build path, this champion is useful in nearly every phase of the game. She’s a strong team fighter, and there aren’t many opponents that can slow this one down.
- Passive – Frost Shot – It appears that Ashe loves slowing her targets down. With her passive, when she lows her target, the damage she deals to them is increased. Her critical strikes don’t do any additional bonus damage, but it does apply an empowered slow to the enemy champion.
- Q – Ranger’s Focus – Through attacking, Ashe builds up Focus. Once she has reached maximum Focus, she can cast Ranger’s Focus, which consumes all stacks of Focus. This ability transforms her basic attack into a massive flurry attack and temporarily increases her Attack Speed.
- W – Volley – Ashe’s Volley is pretty impressive as it fires nine arrows in a cone and applies Frost Shot.
- E – Hawkshot – Another interesting ability Ashe has is Hawkshot, which sends a Hawk Spirit on a scouting mission throughout the map.
- R – Enchanted Crystal Arrow – With this ability, a missile of ice is fired in a straight line. If the arrow strikes an enemy, it stuns the champion and deals damage – The farther the arrow has traveled, the longer the target will be stunned. Also, the enemy champions that are around will be slowed and take damage.
Vayne is a deadly Demacian monster hunter. She has dedicated her entire life to seeking out the demon responsible for taking her family from her. Armed with her trusty crossbow combined with a heart full of vengeance, her happy place involves slaying demons, striking from the shadows.
- Passive – Night Hunter – Vayne sets out to hunt evildoers, and while moving towards enemy champions, her passive gives her 30 movement speed.
- Q – Tumble – This champion tumbles and maneuvers to make her next shot strategically. With her next attack, the target will receive bonus damage.
- W – Silver Bolts – Vayne uses a rare form of metal to tip her bolts. With the third consecutive attack or ability against the same enemy champion, bonus damage is done.
- E – Condemn – Vayne takes out a crossbow on her back and fires a big bolt towards her enemy, knocking them back and dealing a good amount of damage. If the enemy champion lands on terrain, they are impaled and will be stunned – this will deal bonus damage.
- R – Final Hour – Vayne is ready for a powerful confrontation. Vayne gains invisibility during Tumble, more bonus movement, reduced Tumble cooldown, and increased Attack Damage.
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For the past couple of patches, Ezreal has been on the list of top ADC champions. This is a good ADC champion with just the right amount of damage and safety. If you pick Ezreal, you’re probably going to be pleased with the results.
Ezreal is a real adventurer and is gifted in the magical arts. He tangles with cures of the past, raids long-lost catacombs, and easily gets over what feels like impossible odds. While he is strong-witted, he mostly relies on his mystical Shuriman gauntlet, which unleashes arcane’s devastating blasts.
- Passive – Rising Spell Force – Each time Ezreal hits a spell successfully, his Attack Speed is increased -t his stacks up to five times.
- Q – Mystic Shot – The damaging bolt of energy that Ezreal fires will reduce all of his cooldowns if he hits an enemy target.
- W – Essence Flux – Ezreal fires an orb that will stick to the first champion or objective it hits. If the orb lands on an enemy champion, it will detonate, dealing damage.
- E – Arcane Shift – When Ezreal is ready to get to a nearby location, he can use Arcane Shift to teleport. This will also fire a homing bolt, which will hit the nearest enemy champion.
- R – Trueshot Barrage – Before firing a mighty barrage of energy, Ezreal winds up. This ability deals a lot of damage to every champion it passes through – the damage is reduced for non-epic monsters and minions.
Last on our list; we have powerful Aphelios. Many beginners can pick up Aphelios, which is okay because he is beginner-friendly, but mastering him isn’t exactly easy. You can tell a beginner Aphelios player from a master one. Aphelios is an excellent ADC champion, but he’s not your typical ADC, so you shouldn’t play him if you are playing to learn how to play ADC.
Aphelios steps out of the moonlight’s shadows with his weapons drawn – in brooding silence, he slays the enemies of his faith, speaking only through the firing of each gun and the certainty of his aim. He’s guarded by his sister Alune who helps him from her distant temple sanctuary. As long as the moon is shining, Aphelios is never going to be alone.
Passive – The Hitman and the Seer – Aphelios has five Lunari Weapons made by Alune, his sister. He can use two at a time: One off-hand and one main-hand. Each weapon he holds has an Activated Ability and a unique Basic Attack. When he’s out of ammo, he gets rid of the weapon, and his sister summons the next of five.
- Q – Weapon Abilities – This LoL champion has five different activated abilities based on the main-hand weapon he is holding. Severum (Scythe Pistol): He can run fast while attacking nearby champions with both weapons. Calibrum (Rifle): Long-range shot that marks enemy champions. Gravitum (Cannon): Roots enemy champions. Infernun (Flamethrower): Blasts champions in a cone and attacks them with the off-hand weapon. Crescendum (Chakram): A sentry is deployed – this shoots from the off-hand weapon.
- W – Phase – Aphelios trades out his main-hand gun for his off-hand gun and replaces his activated ability and basic attack.
E – Weapon Queue System – Aphelios doesn’t have a third ability. This slow show the next weapon that Alune plans on handing him. When a weapon has run out of ammo, it will go to the end of the order.
R – Moonlight Vigil – A concentrated blast of moonlight will explode on enemy champions. This also applies a unique effect on his main-hand weapon.
So there you have it – the 5 best ADC’s in League of Legends Patch 10.19. Ezreal is a pretty cool League of Legends champion to play, but as we said, he has a unique playstyle ability. So, if you’re looking to learn how to play ADC, we recommend going with Ashe as she’s an easy one to learn.