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League of Legends (LoL) Question: Carry champions for low elo


  • Kingarthur720

    Carry champions for low elo

    Hi there, im a top player mostly and i look for the best ways i can carry my team, ive found that some good carry are wukong, fiora, tryndamere and volibear, these champs are good in skirmishes/teamfights and can transition into split carrying if your teams fighting potential is weak compared to theirs, but i wanted to know what are good solo carry champs, in the sense of being simple to learn after a while of playing, can carry teamfights early and late game and is consistent at all stages of the game, ive tried darius but i feel he falls off if the enemy cc's him for enough time to not activate his Q or R. Any suggestions? i usually play juggernauts/bruisers but any role is welcome
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    Prate_k (20) | October 18, 2020 12:10pm
    Kickster (3) | October 19, 2020 6:13pm
    Wow, that text you linked there is quite something. So adding to that with examples, and answering OP's question plain and simple:

    Riven, Tryndamere, Volibear, Olaf, Rengar, Warwick, Wukong, Renekton, Jax, Camille, and maybe Akali, Kled and Irelia.

    All of them have their pros and cons. Some aren't performing well at current meta, but that can change, preseason might change everything as usual (ie. Volibear passive attack speed being changed to scale with AP.) Some are prone to drastic changes as the new items are about to reach live, and some can be rended useless if behind. Main idea behind them: most have ways to escape in dire situations, may be able to 1v2, may have some CC, may be able to use geography in their favor, may be threatening to enemy's backline and (may/might) have good wave clear to split push a side lane even when a bit behind (to split push while being way behind is still possible especially if team mates have a brain, but just like everything, it depends.)

    I would add Nasus, Udyr and Kennen to the list, but they're currently not ideal (not my fault, I love Kennen and Udyr.) It's hard to actually name champions as meta is or may be about to shift, and it shifts all the time, new champions appear, reworks happen, items change. So those names must be taken just as an example, since it's likely that I forgot other similar champions (edit: hello Fiora!)

    On the names cited above, a good Jax and ol' Trynda can be quite a nightmare all the time. And as with the others, those two can look easy to play, but can be hard to master. All of them require not only excellent micro but good macro as well.

    And to wrap this up: thing with Darius is that who in their right mind would allow him to thrive? Some of his weakness OP have already described. Also it's always worth mentioning that carry is not exactly equal to kill la kill. Damage is sure good, but objectives are the things your team should always prioritize. Fighting for 87 minutes with no goal means nothing towards towers, inhibitors and nexuses. Game is only won by destroying enemy nexus, not Yasuo-ing against Riven to see who's da Boss 57 times in a row.
    Zedoxsar | October 26, 2020 2:00pm
    Akali, Irelia, Zed, Yasuo, Illaoi and ADC HyperCarries are good
    cahanghally | October 18, 2020 5:20am
    Hmm if you're in Bronze/Silver, you should really start playing Katarina. When you play Katarina, even if you lose your lane, you can just roam to bot lane and pick up kills there
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