League of Legends – Best ADC Champions 2020
Miss Fortune claims a spot on this list as one of the easier, more beginner-friendly ADC champions in League of Legends. She’s certainly not one of the most exciting champions to play overall, but if you’re just starting out in the role you may find her straightforward kit more comfortable to get to grips with at first.
A lot of Miss Fortune’s early laning power resides in her Q ability, Double Up. This skill does a fair chunk of damage on its own, but the ricochet effect that sends the second shot bouncing towards another target is where its true power lies.
At the start of a match when you’re farming gold in the bottom lane you can use this to harass the enemy ADC or Support if you position the attack well enough. It’s even better if you can use the first shot to kill a minion, as the second will then be a guaranteed critical hit on the next target!
One weakness you have to be aware of when playing Miss Fortune is her lack of escapes. She has Strut, which gives her a big passive boost to her move speed if she hasn’t been damaged for a short period, and it can also be activated when needed in a pinch.
However, there’s no way for her to quickly flee from an attacker outside of the Flash spell, so make sure you don’t push too far forward. This is especially important when using her Bullet Time ultimate too: it can dish out some huge area of effect damage, but as it forces you to remain still it can leave you wide open to attack.