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LoL Beginners Guide: Top League of Legends Champions

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League of Legends has been around for more than 10 years, and there isn’t a single gamer who hasn’t heard of it. However, with 148 champions currently in LoL Account , the choice of a champion can be quite overwhelming for players starting out. Worry not, newbie, for we’re here to help! Here, we’ll discuss the top five champions we believe are perfect for beginners. To keep things diverse, we’ll be featuring one champion per role. With that being said, let’s jump right into our first choice!

A LOL champion is a character that you are controlling in the game. All of them can be categorized according to their role and position in the field. To perform an effective team play, each hero must fulfill its function properly. Special items, runes, and spells are used to maximize power. They may play a key role in overpowering an enemy.

A wide variety of characters’ alternatives allows you to select those who match your style of play most of all. Unfortunately, you don’t have access to all of the alternatives at the beginning of your path. They must be unlocked with in-game currency – BE. Therefore, it’s better to study them in advance so that your resources aren’t wasted. Keep in mind that mastering the controls may be rather challenging for some champions. If you are new, go for easy options even if they lack some power.

Top lane: Garen, the Might of Demacia

Picking Garen means you're all about the tank lifestyle. This burly gentleman is a defense powerhouse and should be built like one. His abilities are either gaining some armor/magic resistance or silencing enemies with his huge sword.

What Garen is known for the most is his E ability, Judgement. With it, Garen spins in a circle, dealing massive damage to his enemies. Let's not miss his ultimate, Demacian Justice, that quite literally drops a massive sword on your enemy's heads. Picking Garen means you'll be justice-ing in the top lane of Summoner's Rift.

Jungle: Rammus, the Armordillo

Moving into the jungle, our favorite champion for beginners is Rammus. The rolling lizard is primarily a tank but can also pack a serious punch. His defensive stats and abilities make his clears fairly easy. His Q, Powerball, along with his taunt are perfect, easy-to-use gank tools that will make the enemy dread you. Rammus is especially powerful against heavy physical damage teams. Next to his taunt, which forces the enemy to attack you, his W damages enemies the more they hit you. Combine that with a Thorn Mail and watch your enemies kill themselves while desperately trying to kill you. Oh, and did I mention? Apart from his Q, you really can’t miss any of his abilities, even if your aim is horrible.

Mid lane: Annie, the Dark Child

Taking a look at the longest lane in League of Legends (mid), there isn’t a more obvious choice than Annie. This mage, as we have gotten used to with our beginner’s picks, has very easy-to-hit abilities and can be a real threat in the lane. Learning how her passive works will let you stun your enemies on demand without a problem. And if they make you very mad, make sure to unleash the Tibbers (your ultimate) on them. While Annie isn’t particularly tanky, her Molten Shield will help you escape all those pesky ganks.

ADC: Tristana, the Yordle gunner

Tristana is the perfect pick for any beginner looking to play the ADC role in the bottom lane. With her strong early game, long range, and mobility, you shouldn’t have any trouble when it comes to laning. Avoid the enemy ganks with your Rocket Jump, but don’t be afraid to use it offensively either. Her W, Explosive Charge, can also be used on towers, making your push really fast and efficient. And if you ever get in too much trouble, you always have your ultimate Buster Shot to make your problems go away. Literally.

Support: Sona, Maven of the String

Sona's nature as a Support/Mage hinges on skill combination, as her "songs" (spells) also grant bonuses to nearby allies. Additionally, her Power Chord (Passive) gives both a magic damage boost and an additional effect based on Sona's third spell cast. Her primary damage spell is Hymn of Valor (S1), which damages two nearby enemies and gives allies a temporary damage boost. Her Crescendo (Ult) also deals massive damage to enemies while stunning them.

Meanwhile, Sona has a healthy mix of support abilities. For instance, her Aria of Perseverance (S2) heals wounded allies and gives them a protective shield. Lastly, Song of Celerity (S3) gives Sona and her nearby allies a speed boost.

That just about does it for some of the easiest champions to learn in League of Legends. Who was the first champion you ever played? Here is a link to get further information about Top Cahmpions for Beginners in League of Legends or Buy League of Legends Account ! https://lol.igvault.com/League-of-Legends-Accounts We offer a wide range of LoL Account . Many of our accounts come with plenty of rare skins too, giving you a little something to show off.

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