The Best League of Legends Champions For Beginners

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Best League of Legends Champions For Beginners
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For those who are starting out their MOBA journeys in League of Legends’ Summoner’s Rift map is a confusing place. There are over 130 champions in the game, so choosing of champions can feel fantastic. It will take time to get to grips with how they all play, how they work together and how to play against them. So, the best way to learn all these is to play the game and have fun.

Expectantly, you have gone through League of Legends’ basic training and you are familiar with the game’s broader concepts such as minion waves, towers, skills, and items. So with this information now you are ready to start experimenting and finding the League of Legends champions that click with you. Here we are to help you and we have put together a list of characters that are considered both strong and friendly. Here we have provided a small guide for best league of legends champions for beginners.

What are League of Legends Champions?

In LoL game a champion or hero is the character on the map that player controls. Each champion is unique and possesses at least, but is not limited to four abilities which are triggered by the Q, W, E, and R keys. All champions owns one ability that is stronger than others, known as am ‘ultimate’, which has a long cool down and can only be used occasionally.

There are over 100 different champions in League of Legends game to choose from. Much like an MMO or class-based shooter, these can be divided into categories which affect to the unit’s purpose within the team. Some of the champions in LoL are marksmen, mages and others are damage-absorbing tanks, and some champions don’t comfortably fit into any of these descriptions.

In LoL standards match there are 5 champions per match. The abilities of each champion’s are steadily unlocked and then upgraded by earning experience and by buying items using gold. The key to both of these enhancements are killing of minions. Minions are the AI controlled monsters that attack enemy fortifications and champions. Beat scores of minions in addition to racking up kills against the enemy team and your champ will become extremely powerful.

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What Are Roles In League of Legends?

In LoL main map, Summoners’ Rift, there are five main roles, and each role plays very differently. The roles are based on your physical location in the map, whether that’s in the top lane (‘top’), middle lane (‘mid’), bottom lane (‘bot’) or jungle.

These are the only four roles that are well spotted. For some reasons, the bot lane is home to two players, rather than just one. Among the 2 players one is called AD Carry (short for Attack Damage Carry), and the idea behind this guy is that they will eventually carry to team to victory using their overwhelming attack damage. In order to this, they first need to be protected through the early game in order to level up and buy the items needed to hit their power spikes.

The AD Carry is always joined in the bot lane by the support. This is the only character on the Rift whose job isn’t to kill people, but to set up kills for the AD Carry and keep them protected and well fed so they can get strong as soon as possible. This allows the AD Carry to last hit minions and farm gold, knowing that the support has their back should anything untoward happen.

The Summoner Spells most commonly used with these roles reflects this.

Flash is a spell that almost used by everyone. Flash is an instant blink teleport that can quickly get you out of trouble or get your enemy into trouble by closing the gap between you. You have to use flash wisely because it has a long cooldown.

The AD Carry will almost always take Heal, too. In early game their job is to stay alive and not let the enemy AD Carry kill them, because that will give them gold and hasten their ascent to power. Heal gives you a burst of healing, but also dramatically increase your movement speed and allows you to hopefully move away from danger.

Meanwhile, the supporter takes Exhaust, which does basically the reverse. Exhaust lowers an enemy’s movement speed to a crawl and drops their defensive stats, attack speed and damage output significantly. Use this one to slow an escaping enemy or to turn a losing battle into a victory.

The AD Carry and support buddy up in bot lane, on the other side of the Rift the top lane can feel like a lonely place. It’s here that the top laneer bruisers live. Tanky melee fighters who can give a beating as well as take one.

Because of its allotted location, top laners tend to take Teleport as their secondary summoner spell alongside Flash. This allows them to jump into team fights anywhere on the map at a moment’s notice, lending some front-line damage output and acting as a meat shield. Or just to go in search of a friend should they feel too isolated.

In the mid lane you will meet the mages. Spell slingers with high damage output that comes from accumulating large Ability Power stats, which increases the potency of their skills.

The most common summoner Spell for mid laners is Ignite along with Flash. Ignite deals burn damage over time, which is handy if you get into a scrap with your lane opponent and they manage to sneak away with not mush health. There are few things more satisfying than watching an ignited player scurry under their tower to safety, only to die to the inevitable ticking of Ignite’s damage.

Teleport is a decent alternative to Ignite for mid laners who are less interested in playing aggressively. Some mages do scary amounts of damage and can jump in and out of combat nimbly, so suddenly having them Teleport into your lane can be unnerving at best and terminal at worst.

The jungler lives in the space between lanes, where neutral monsters roam. The duty of the jungler is to hide away in the shadows, farming money from the Rift’s more aggressive fauna and jumping out to surprise enemies in the three lanes and this is called ganking.

There are blue and red buffs for each side of the jungle. Those are large monsters that grant you temporary boosts when you kill them. The blue buff grants cooldown reduction for your abilities, increased MP regeneration, and additional Ability Power. The Red buff slows the hits of enemies by your basic attacks, as well as deals additional damage over time to them. This also heals you if you stay out of combat.

As a jungler you have to take Smite as a Summoner’s spell, otherwise you are going to have a hard time. That and Flash should sort you out.

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What Role Should I Play?

There is so much choice in LoL and that’s the best way to play is to experiment with as much as possible. There are different roles, different champions and different builds. You will soon find out which play styles you click with. Sticking with a single character is a surefire way to get stuck in a rut, and it’s a great way to become enraged and your only main get banned out in champ select.

The most important thing in the game is to have fun. If you are not fun playing game, then you should try changing something up. Sometimes playing a different champion can feel like you’re playing a totally new game.

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