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League of Legends (LoL) Question: Any tip to be a better ADC with Ashe?

Posted in Champions | Tags: Ashe Berserker's Greaves Blade of the Ruined King Infinity Edge Phantom Dancer Stormrazor The Bloodthirster 9,487

  • DARKBOW923

    Any tip to be a better ADC with Ashe?

    Hello, im new to this forum.

    I'm playing Ashe as ADC and im making this builds every time i can make it:

    1.-Berserker's Greaves.
    2.-Blade of the ruined king.
    3.- Stormazor.
    4.- Phantom dancer.
    5.- The bloodthirster (if i can make it)
    6.- Infinity edge.

    Well, i need some tips for make me more useful to my team, i don't know if this is the correct builds (i checked all probuilds, etc, but i need some tips aniways <-<)

    Thank you!
  • Answers (0)

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    xTedxBundyxLoL | February 18, 2019 1:00pm
    I think the best tip I could give a person is this, first of all ADC is an important role, and it tedious. So what you need to do is play safe in the early game stay out of the range of CC to the best of your ability or be prepared to react if youre caught by an ability or something that could potentially kill you, keep in mind youre in a duo lane, the only duo lane if you die, chances are your support will also die following your death, thats a big loss to your team in the duo lane. So play safe last hit ur minnions focus on that until either your tower, or the opposing tower falls, at that point in the game get all the lane minnions you can safely push it out if you can, go back and buy and group with your team, tell your support to group with you in the mid lane for most of the rest of the match, especially if youve lost your lane, that is in my opinion the best chance of your team coming back, is to group and work together on objectives. Also maximize the effectiveness of the tools youve been given in your kit, dont just wing your skillshots, or abilities, too often I see supports and ADCs alike just throwing stuff out, time it hit your ability or dont even waste your mana. A good example is alot of ezreal ADCS it tilts me to see them wing their ultimates down a lane for 4 cs, then 2 minutes later theres a skirmish or a teamfight and theyre practically unarmed. Dont get me wrong if your playing blitz and you think you can land your Q and it'd be beneficial give it a shot but dont burn your cooldowns and mana to make it appear as though youre trying to stay active in your lane, land your skill shots accordingly, work with your teammates and win your matches. Good luck.
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    DutchWolf114 (10) | December 6, 2018 3:08am
    Don't worry about the champ, for now just copy something from a guide for your build (like this one).

    Focus on your ADC fundamentals first that'll get you much further. I suggest looking over phrox's videos they helped me a great deal when I was still in the AD Carry business.
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    qasddsa (24) | December 5, 2018 12:16pm
    1. You don't want to wait until the 6th item to buy Infinity Edge.

    2. As @ Hamstertamer said, drop the Stormrazor and get a Zeal item as 3rd, usually a Runaan's Hurricane or Phantom Dancer -- although Statikk Shiv and Rapid Firecannon are okay as items, they're not that good on Ashe.

    3. As your 5th item you'll usually either want a second Zeal item, so usually a Phantom Dancer since Runaan's Hurricane is really good as a 3rd item, or a defensive item, such as a Mercurial Scimitar (if against CC champions like Syndra, Twisted Fate, Leona, etc), Maw of Malmortius (if against AP/magic damage champions that are a threat), or a Guardian Angel

    You can also buy either a Lord Dominik's Regards or a Mortal Reminder (if the enemy has a lot of healing). Otherwise, if you don't need any of the above, a Bloodthirster is okay as a 5th item.

    4. For your 6th item, you definitely want a defensive item or a Lord Dominik's Regards/ Mortal Reminder if you don't already have either of them since more offensive options won't mean that much if you can't live long enough.

    5. For runes, there are basically two keystones you can take depending on the matchup / your own preferences: Fleet Footwork or Lethal Tempo.

    Fleet Footwork is really good for kiting and sustaining throughout the laning phase.

    Lethal Tempo is an all-around good rune to have for the late game and makes extended trades in the bot lane really good for you because of the high attack speed it gives.

    6. Your Q ( Ranger's Focus) is basically (almost) an auto attack reset, so if you ever want to go offensive during lane with your slow attack speed but you have it stacked, you can go:

    Auto attack --> Q --> Auto attack in quick succession (making sure the first auto is fired first)

    to almost simultaneously attack two times without waiting as long as you would usually.

    7. You can check out this section of my Jinx guide or this section of VaporaDark's Ashe guide to get a good feel for how to teamfight later on.

    If you don't want to read, there's this video by SkillCapped that goes over the topic as well.

    8. If you're interested in wave control (and subsequently how to get a lot of farm), check out this video by ****Huap

    9. In general, you can watch relevant Skill Capped videos to learn more about the role:
    Channel
    Relevant video
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    Hamstertamer (74) | December 4, 2018 12:23pm
    Don't buy Stormrazor on Ashe. Stormrazor is for burst damage dealers, while Ashe deals sustained damage. Get Infinity Edge as a 2nd or 3rd item instead.
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    DARKBOW923 | December 4, 2018 12:32pm
    Don't buy Stormrazor on Ashe. Stormrazor is for burst damage dealers, while Ashe deals sustained damage. Get Infinity Edge as a 2nd or 3rd item instead.

    If i don't buy stormazor, wich item i should buy? i just buy sotrmazor for tha atk speed..
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    Hamstertamer (74) | December 4, 2018 12:50pm
    Get Zeal upgrades for attack speed, typically Ashe goes Runaan's Hurricane but other Zeal items are good as well, e.g Rapid Firecannon allows her to slow from a longer range, Phantom Dancer which you mentioned can be fine too to duel champions that can jump you.

    With one Zeal upgrade + IE you're at 60% crit chance, with two you're at 100% crit chance, you even reach 90% crit chance very quickly with one upgraded zeal item + a non-upgraded Zeal. Basically what's the point of Stormrazor if you can crit on every hit.
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    Tiamek | December 4, 2018 8:44am
    Mow down minions with W, then get Berserker's Greaves (1100g), then get a Zeal (1300g). By this time your attack speed should have you finishing off every minion in sight, and combined with her Ranger's Focus stacks, you should have enough hurt on champions to at least get them off your support. Once you get enough gold, upgrade to Runaan's Hurricane and then it's pretty much GG. She's an easy champion to play, as you just auto-attack and W while making sure to keep 4 stacks for Q. Don't forget to fire her Hawkshot through the jungle every chance you get, and her R to steal Baron kills.
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    orrvaa (41) | December 4, 2018 5:41am
    Hi, What rank/elo are you? and what do you think is the thing that holding you back? we can give you a lot of advice, so let us know what you want us to focus on.

    To be a good player (in any role) it not just the build and runes it may be decition making, and mechanics and more, so help us help you :D
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    DARKBOW923 | December 4, 2018 6:16am
    orrvaa wrote:
    Hi, What rank/elo are you? and what do you think is the thing that holding you back? we can give you a lot of advice, so let us know what you want us to focus on.

    To be a good player (in any role) it not just the build and runes it may be decition making, and mechanics and more, so help us help you :D

    Bronze 2 soloQ silver 5 flex 5vs 5.. i think i need a tip to get more farm and face the enemies in late game..
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    orrvaa (41) | December 4, 2018 8:44am
    Ok, i am a gold player, main support then jungler. I am a bad ADC so i will tell you only what i can. (as i wish someone else will tell you the rest).

    The main thing in farming is to deal the last hit, you should try to figure what is your basic attack damage around each phase of the game, and then what is your range of the basic attack so you would position yourself close enough to deal it. You can practice on farming in the practice tool as the ealiest waves are the hardest as your damage is the lowest, True is much harder while there are enemies but it will let you focus on what you try to acchive.

    Last thing is farming under tower, usually full HP mele minion will need to take 2 tower shots and then 1 basic attack, and caster minion will need 1 basic attack then 1 tower shot then 1 more basic attack (in total 2 basic attacks and 1 tower shots).

    for wave management i suggest to check SRO as he teach it very clear. link for the specific video list

    if you have more questions that i can answer you welcome to ask :D.
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