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ADC Tier List 11.19 | Best ADC Champion - RankedBoost

ADC Tier List 11.19 | Best ADC Champion – RankedBoost

Welcome to the ADC Tier List, comprehensive look at the strongest ADC Champions in the current lol meta. Find out what is considered the best ADC Champion, and why there so much better then the other ADC’s picks. ADC is one of the most valued roles in the game, so much so that there is another Role that is dedicated to supporting the ADC threw lane phase. ADC Champions must (CS)Creep Score/Farm Gold to be effective in the later parts of the game, so it very important that your AD Carry has a good lane phase threw the entirety of the game. Late game AD Carrys will do the most Constant Damage Per Second then any other role in game on ADC Tier List 11. 19 is comparable to the regular Tier List, only this Tier List covers only ADC Champions.
LoL Bottom Lane Tier List (Update 11.2) - Best ADC Champions

LoL Bottom Lane Tier List (Update 11.2) – Best ADC Champions

LoL Bottom Lane Tier List: This Tier List will always display the best ADC Champions, per role, based on the latest patch (11. 2).
Updated: 25 January 2020
God Tier
S Tier
A Tier
B Tier
C Tier
LoL Bottom Lane Tier List Methodology
This LoL Bottom Lane Tier List (best-in-role) is based on:
Personal experience and feedback taken from multiple players, across multiple ranks.
Based on a Champions skill floor, and their ease of play (and skill ceiling).
The difficulty of a Champion, and their potential in the hands of a highly skilled player.
The ability to climb with the Champion, from lower ranks to high, with ease. In effect, these Champions will do the heavy lifting for you.
We’ve also colour coded Champion difficulty based on the above factors, using a Traffic Light system. It’s subjective, but should give you a steer (red challenging, orange moderate, green accessible).
God Tier (First Ban Material)
Kai’Sa is incredibly potent at the moment. The fact she is largely ability damage also sets her apart in what’s arguably a melee heavy meta, ensures she goes against the grain. Her ability to increase her attack speed through Supercharge, while her kit and the upgrade mechanic gives her flexibility and variety.
Jhin is a go-to ADC at the moment for most players, even at high ranks. His basic attacks hit hard, thanks to the critical element on his last shot, while Dancing Grenade offers solid AOE poke. His ability to root, and slow ensures he can kite and zone easily. Curtain Call (Ultimate) also ensures anyone low health, is pretty much a free kill. Jhin is fairly forgiving for an ADC, and while he requires solid positioning (like any other), he’s incredibly strong when paired with someone like Senna.
Miss Fortune is a brilliant carry, purely on the basis that she’s simple to play, but ridiculously effective. Mobile, with control, her Ultimate can comfortably clean up during a team-fight, while Make It Rain ensures she can comfortably zone, whether playing aggressively or retreating.
S Tier (Optimal)
Ashe is a bit of a slow burner, who lacks the flash of some of her peers, but has shown in the LPL she absolutely slaps. What makes her particularly powerful is her base ability to slow through basic attacks, while Ranger’s Focus, allowing her to attack rapidly, sees her deal incredible damage. Lastly, Hawkshot provides much needed vision and ensures she doesn’t always have to rely on a Ward to comfortably lane, if her Support is down. Her stun alone can turn team fights.
Ezreal is undoubtedly good, and I’ve seen many an Ezreal player that’s amazing. That said, he relies heavily on his one-two punch combo (Essence Flux/Mystic Shot) to be effective. This isn’t always easy to pull off in a team fight, or against quick moving Champions. Still, if you can do it, he absolutely bangs.
Samira is newly added as a Marksman, and there’s no surprise to see her go straight in at S Tier. Her win rates are incredibly high, but there’s potential here for her to increase this further as people master her kit. As people learn her, she’s trending upwards every single day. Ban her if you can’t bag her.
Vayne can do very well in pug groups, and is a great ADC. Her burst potency is high, and her mobility one of the best out of all her peers. In the hands of a skilled player, she’s hard to pin down and can cut opponents through quickly. That said, she lacks some utility besides her knockback. Fundamentally, it’s all about getting her to end-game as a hyper-carry. A fantastic draft in our League of Legends tier list.
A Tier (Great)
Aphelios is undoubtedly strong in bottom lane at the moment. A kit that’s brimming with poke, burst, clear, utility and sustained damage, there’s no wonder he’s performing well in the lane. While he lacks mobility, he more than makes up for this in a kit that’s not overly complex, but one with a high skill ceiling. He’s continued to be nerfed recently, so takes a small tumble to S Tier.
Caitlyn is incredibly popular, and you’ll see her often. There’s a reason for that: she’s great. Good zoning with her Snap Trap, valuable gank potential with Calibre Net, and Ace in the Hole (Ultimate) can comfortably finish off opponents. She lacks mobility, but with use of her traps and net, she can comfortably keep foes pinned down for easy kills. A top choice for our LOL Bottom Lane Tier List.
Cassiopeia isn’t a Champion you’ll see all the time as an ADC, but she’s fantastic in the right hands. Bags of utility and burst, he damage potential and team-fight potency is amazing. When she comes online, she’s absolutely terrifying to deal with
Draven is a potent Champion, that can have eye-wateringly high attack speed and damage. His Ultimate is brilliant at (literally) cutting through enemies, while he has a solid amount of utility and burst. The fact he can quickly gain bonus gold passively, also ensures that with a good support, he can dominate lanes.
Senna is incredibly strong right now. She can play most lanes, and excels as both a carry and Support. Her kit pretty much does everything: there’s little point listing it all. Roots, stealth, sustain, poke, burst – it’s bloated. Draft her if she’s available and you need serious utility.
Twitch can perform well as an ADC, but we consider that his kit largely leaves itself fairly weak in comparison to peers in the wrong hands. His stealth has high value, and he needs to buy his time early game. He lacks the pure burst of peers, but his potency to cleave with his Ultimate, and soften enemies is huge.
B Tier (Good)
Heimerdinger is a nightmare in most matches, and great on the bottom lane as his kit works incredibly well in the current meta. While you won’t always see him played here, he’s still incredibly effective at aggressive play, zoning and generally making life difficult for the opposite. Not a mandatory pick in our League of Legends Bottom Lane Tier List, but solid.
Jinx is an awesome Champion in our LoL Bottom Lane Tier List. You’ll see her constantly, and there’s no doubt she’s super easy to play and climb with. Increased mobility when she attacks, while she has brilliant clear and single target damage due to her ability to swap weapons. Similarly to Caitlyn, she has zoning potential through her Flame Chompers! while her Ultimate can comfortably wipe a close-knit group of enemy Champions
Kog’Maw placed in the B Tier might seem harsh, because he does have some utility and a kit with variety. He even saw a fair amount of play during LCS. That said, and similar to Twitch, in terms of bang-for-your-buck, do you really need that, when you’re strapped to a Support anyway? A bad choice for our LoL Bottom Lane Tier List unless you’re highly skilled, and only viable with a seriously experienced group.
Lucian is an incredibly powerful carry, and arguably one of the strongest in the game. His ability to poke comfortably with Piercing Light, while having plenty of mobility through his basics + Relentless Pursuit, ensures he can play particularly aggressively in lane. The Culling also ensures if he’s at the right angle, he can deal enormous damage quickly.
Tristana is incredibly popular, and performs well across most lanes (a bit like Heimerdinger). Strong poke, good mobility, solid AOE clear and a valuable knockback in Buster Shot makes her a safe, viable, and valuable pick. She doesn’t reach the dizzy heights of Caitlyn for sheer utility or damage, but she’s still awesome.
Yasuo is an amazing Champion, but not quite as effective bottom lane as mid or top. He can poke comfortably, and works well at shutting down ranged projectiles. His dive potency is also solid. Only limited on bot lane by the fact a skilled ranged opponent – with a good Support – will keep him pinned down.
C Tier (Poor)
Kalista is a complex Champion, with a high skill ceiling. Her vision is valuable, and recent buffs have significantly improved her W and damage output. In the right hands, and after a slow start, she can be absolutely terrifying to deal with. Massive mobility and burst, but slow to come online and that in itself is the reason why she’s in C Tier. Her early trading is just awful.
Sivir is my personal favorite, and a pick that’s a lot of fun. Expensive clear thanks to her richochet mana cost, while her poke is reasonable in Boomerang Blade. In the current meta, she can do alright with Spell Shield, but there’s far better picks.
Varus is a lot of fun, but has a higher skill ceiling than most carries, that’s solid in any blind pick. Reasonable control in Hail of Arrows, and a valuable Immobilize from his Ultimate ensures that even if he can’t go gun-ho, he can still bring utility. Falls short in comparison to some peers.
Xayah is brilliant fun to play, and while she’s popular, you’ll see her less and less. That said, in the right hands she’s not trash (but is poor). Reasonable burst, cleave and poke potency, she’s a headache when she’s scattering feathers effectively. Unfortunately, she lacks most of the immediacy of her peers.
5 Bot lane champions to climb in soloqueue in season 11

5 Bot lane champions to climb in soloqueue in season 11

Go to overview Climbing the solo queue ladder in League of Legends can feel like an uphill battle at times, especially if you play in the marksman position where you rely a lot on your support, another player where you have no control over. That is why choosing your champion with care is essential to gain some LP (League Points). These five champions will help you in your solo queue games and hopefully get you to the rank you want! 18. 01. 2021
Of course, it’s not a clear-cut way to victory when you just pick one of these champions. Some mastery over the champion is required to do some serious damage to your opponent. That is why you should keep in mind that we talk from the point-of-view where you also take the time to master these champions first before drafting them in your ranked game. You will always have to count on some support from your partner in the bottom lane.
We all know the memes surrounding this champion and how his real power spike starts when his score is 0-10. Despite the meme, there is some truth to it. However the game goes, a Yasuo stays relevant due to his mobility, high damage per second and his good scaling with just two items. That is why he is the first champion on our list.
When do you pick him? Preferably with a melee support to help out with your all-in decisions and against a team composition that does not consist of mostly ranged champions. He can be played with fleet footwork for safety in lane or conqueror for some extra damage and healing late-game. Be careful, the early game will be more difficult since you are melee.
Kai’Sa has been in a decent spot and is one of those champions on which you can self-peel a lot in solo queue. With her “Supercharge” and “Killer Instinct” abilities, she can reposition very quickly in hectic teamfights so you do not have to rely on peel from your teammates. Make sure to save those for moments where you really need them. She’s good with a melee support but can be picked with mages as well. Play for survival in the laning phase and get yourself into the mid-game to do some serious damage.
Just like Kai’Sa, Vayne has a lot of options to peel for herself in games where everyone wants to kill her. She does this even better than Kai’Sa but has much shorter range. This makes her more vulnerable in the laning phase or to short-range engage or poke. Keeping track of your positioning will be key. With her built-in true damage, she will always be able to kill tanks and other beefy champions that are in her way. Using your ultimate in combination with your “Tumble” ability, you will gain invisibility for a small duration, so you can reposition when you are in a bad spot. Use it to fool your opponent in a one-on-one, or to clutch out a late game teamfight.
One of the more famous solo queue climbers. This champion takes a lot of time to master and can be a real lane bully when he’s used well. He has a unique playstyle where his kit favours the player chasing other champions when catching axes in quick succession. With his passive rewarding aggression and getting kills, he is one of the best champions to snowball with from the bottom lane position. Once you get rolling, there’s no stopping the Draven-show and there is no better support than an engaging one to combine this pick with.
The last one on our list is the most recent released marksman. Samira can be a real pain in the ass to deal with for your enemies. Her kit exists of good mobility when you time your dash well and you get a reset, but she has some good sustain too. She does well with some lifesteal in her build, and with conqueror and overheal in her runes. Her ultimate has no mana cost and is only reliant on getting an S-rank with your passive. The only thing that really counters her is hard cc, but a quicksilver sash could potentially keep you out of trouble.
Focus on improving
These five champions all have something more unique to their kit that makes them good pick-ups to win your ranked matches with. Of course other champions could do the trick as well but these ones are, in our eyes, the best ones. Lastly, when playing solo queue, you should never forget that you can only influence your own gameplay. Play for yourself, take extra resources if you know you can carry and always full mute your team if they are spreading negativity. Focus on improving!
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Frequently Asked Questions about bot champs

What are bot lane champions?

5 Bot lane champions to climb in soloqueue in season 11Yasuo. We all know the memes surrounding this champion and how his real power spike starts when his score is 0-10. … Kai’Sa. Kai’Sa has been in a decent spot and is one of those champions on which you can self-peel a lot in solo queue. … Vayne. … Draven. … Samira.Jan 18, 2021

What champions are good for bot lane?

In the bottom lane of Summoner’s Rift, you can traditionally find an ADC and their support battling it out with the enemy ADC and support.Samira.Jhin. … Ashe. … Aphelios. … Ezreal. Near Perfect Ezreal Game. … Caitlyn. Stomping on Caitlyn ADC – New Build Season 11. … Senna. Insane Damage Senna. … Jinx. Korean Build for Jinx. … More items…•Aug 6, 2021

Who is the best bot Laner?

Miss Fortune & Morgana. Miss Fortune and Morgana might have the best Bot lane synergy ability combo. … Sivir & Yuumi. When playing this duo, the glaring strength of it is safety and sustainability. … Lucian & Braum. Lucian and Braum are the pinnacles of bot lane synergy. … Tristana & Thresh. … Cassiopeia Teemo.Aug 26, 2021

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