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Want to know your AD carry from your jungler and your mid-lane from your bot? Get started in League of Legends with the our picks of the best champions for beginners.
00:33 - Ekko
01:27 - Maokai
02:22 - Ahri
03:19 - Morgana
04:08 - Graves
05:11 - Vi
05:41 - Caitlyn
06:41 - Lucian
07:32 - Braum
08:24 - Leona
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you forgot about Soraka T~T she is Very easy to use plus shes long rage and also shes Pretty cheap like any beginner can afford it and plus those champions that you add on the list are pretty expensive well for a beginner atleast.. (No offense..)
I get it that league of legends is popular and you want the views that it could get you, but if you could maybe find someone who actually plays the game to write your scripts, given that over 1% of this country's population does, that would be great
Epic Troll. Guys, listen to people in the comments, these are NOT beginner champions.
Beginner Champions are:
Top Lane: Garen, Darius
Jungle: Amumu, Vi
Mid: Annie (can also work as support), Lux (also works as support for total newbies)
Support: Soraka, Leona, Braum, maybe Sona.
ADC: Tristana, Caitlyn, maybe Jinx or Ashe. Do NOT touch Draven or Jhin until you are lv 30.
For each role I included one cheap champion first.
saw the thumbnail and came to the comments immidiatly to disagree. Ive been playing lol for 5 years and actually got to master s6 and neither Ekko nor Ahri and Graves are beginner champs. Anybody with a little experience will agree.
These heroes seem fine. Wouldn't you rather have new players learn how to actually play the game and learn positioning and combos and shit rather than get stuck playing 1 hero that teaches you 1 aspect of the game? These heroes actually teach you something and force you to actually think about what you're doing rather just playing something coz it's easy
this is freaking dog crap all of the champs are hard to play even for decent players the thing is the begginers wont land the skill shots they first need to train with easy champs like kassadin warwick master yi after they master them and they have more knowledge like laning faze etc this is really dumb
I dont like being rude but.... who made this list?
First: I main Ekko and you do need some skill to play him well its not like... E+Q and dead( oh well it sometimes happend to me when i was fed but thats another story)
Second..... Braum and not Soraka? Dude Braum Is pretty hard to understand and know when to use ur shield and not waste it....
3. Now i will say all the champions hard from this list : Caitlyn , Lucian, Ahri,Graves,Vi,Ekko and Braum
4. 10 Easy Champions : Soraka, Singed,Annie,Master Yi,Lux,Miss Fortune,Poppy,Sona And Teemo
Hope I Will Help You Guys :)
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Ekko is a bit too much for a beginner, other than that, I agree that those are great choices. I expected to see things like Annie and other super easy to play Champions, which does not really help a beginner improving and learning the game at all. Starting off with medium difficulty champions is WAY better than starting off with super easy ones like Annie and teemo
Braum? and Leo? Really? Braum is a seemingly useless champ to newbies because he requires a lot of patience and know how on when to use your spells. As for Leo sure she is op early on but she is all in all the time, if you have a passive ADC or get rolled early in lane you become a boat anchor fast
Ekko, Graves, Ahri, Caitlyn, Lucian... "Beginner champions" wtf. These are high skill cap champions that high level players and professionals use. Why don't you throw Lee Sin there while you're at it :D
Same. I don't know why Annie is not on this list, because she literally has a difficulty of 1 out of 3. Annie has an AOE stun due to passive, and can have her mana literally refunded if she hits with Q. And let's not forget that her Ult Tibbers fights her battles for her. She's really easy to get into
(Don't read to deep into that last sentence.)
No offense, but these guys clearly haven't played much Leauge. A friend of mine asked if this video could be trusted (he is kind of new, and wanted to know some champions to play) and with almost 2000 hours ingame, I can say that this list is not good at all.
Go watch Phylol's instead, you will find that one better!
So I'm hella new. I saw a lot of comments saying this is all wrong. Can any of you give me like a decent champ to help me start off and help me get the feel of the game? I tried a couple people like illaoi, gnar, and ashe but i just can't find like an easy hero that can help me get used to everything
Wtf are these ppl smoking? I only agree with cait, leo, and vi. Ahri you need to be really good at positioning, ekko is just madness to think that he's easy, graves you need to know when to go in....ect. WW, malz, cait, lux, darius, yi, vlad, and blitz. THOSE are easy champs for beginners.
Ahri, over Lissandra or Annie? God bless.Lucian? As a recommended ADC? Caitlyn is MUCH more deserving of a learning this champion role. Lucian requires understanding of combos, (Lets not also add that his builds are wonky) abusing your double hit.
Cait is literally just auto attack. You pick champions that have mobility, basically telling new players "Here's a get out of jail free card, so you don't learn from your mistakes."
I was Ngbf faileur who was recording some of the games. Since they does not know about league if legends its hard to choose. We had a disccusion to make a new list, but since it would take to long they choose to frog it
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