League of Legends: 5 Best ADC Champions on Patch 10.6

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Here are our five best ADC champions for carrying games and climbing the League of Legends solo queue ranked ladder on Patch 10.6!

For the first time since his release, the most complicated champion in League of Legends, Aphelios, has failed to make it to our 5 best ADC champions list. Instead, our Patch 10.6 edition features champions with normal kits that are easy to understand and pilot towards winning games and climbing the solo queue ladder!

5) Draven

51.30% Win Rate | 5.1% Pick Rate | 5.7% Ban Rate

Draven is the ultimate “win lane, win game” champion. Thanks to his League of Draven Passive, picking up a kill in the early game is far more valuable on the Glorious Executioner than any other champion in League of Legends.

While his impact may be pretty insignificant if he falls behind, Draven is the perfect ADC for players who want to roll over the enemy team and express their skill on the Rift.

On Patch 10.6, Draven received buffs on Blood Rush, increasing his movement speed when activating this ability, which allows him to flee or chase down enemy champions much faster than before.

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4) Caitlyn

50.81% Win Rate | 17.9% Pick Rate | 9.5% Ban Rate

If you find yourself struggling to keep up with your lane opponent in terms of farm and trading power, just pick Caitlyn! Her long-range auto attacks, high damage poke with Piltover Peacemaker, and lane control offered by Yordle Snap Trap make the Sheriff of Piltover the perfect laning ADC.

3) Vayne

51.58% Win Rate | 13.5% Pick Rate | 9.4% Ban Rate

With the abundance of tanks entering the League of Legends meta in recent weeks, Vayne’s bot lane popularity has risen quite sharply. This is mainly because of her W – Silver Bolts which deals true damage equal to 4-14% of its targets missing health when proc’d.

Vayne has always been one of the most popular marksmen due to the outplay potential her kit offers, especially with Tumble and Final Hour.

If you’re hoping to add the Night Hunter to your champion pool on Patch 10.6, it will take some time to get used to her relatively short attack range and weak early game.

2) Miss Fortune

52.14% Win Rate | 19.9% Pick Rate | 8.5% Ban Rate

Miss Fortune remains one of the most surprising S tier champions of Season 10 as she still refuses to be knocked from the top of the ADC tower on Patch 10.6.

During the laning phase, Love Tap and Double Up makes farming a breeze and also allows the Bounty Hunter to trade with her lane opponents and come out on top in almost every case. Not only that, but she can also get some sneaky recalls off with the aid of Strut’s passive movement speed buff.

As for the later stages of the game, it’s all about laying low and waiting for the perfect opportunity to activate Bullet Time and reduce the enemy team’s health bars to shreds.

1) Senna

52.58% Win Rate | 3.4% Pick Rate | 33.6% Ban Rate

Despite the Patch 10.6 nerfs to Absolution’s AD, Senna remains top of the ADC tier list! Her scaling, survivability in lane, and ability to farm without actually farming is invaluable in the current meta.

Why not duo up in ranked and let your support player pick something like Trundle so they can farm up, grab some items, and become a useful fifth team member later in the game. Make them even more useful with Piercing Darkness and Dawning Shadow shields and heals!

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Who do you think are the best ADC champions on Patch 10.6? Which ADC champions would you like to see buffed on Patch 10.7?