Although League of Legends Patch 8.5 was a minor patch, both strong and weak champions were effected by it, causing the tier system to be altered. Here are the five worst AD Carries in League of Legends Patch 8.5.
Kai'Sa is mainly on this list because as of now, anyone playing this champion does not truly know how to play her. With her release just being today, Kai'Sa will be dealing with a lot of first-time players.
That being said, her true place on the tier list will be revealed in a few weeks, but until then expect a lot of people feeding on Kai'Sa.
Ashe is considered a utility ADC as of now -- she provides her teams multiple slows and a stun ability. That allows her to help teams lock down enemies, but she has been lacking the damage to finish the kills off.
3. Miss Fortune
Miss Fortune's lack of mobility and weak early game puts her at No. 3 on this list. Although her out of combat speed boost from her passive helps her roam, during fights against the current crowd control meta, Miss Fortune just falls short of other ADCs.
Luckily for her, she will be receiving a nice skin soon which will hopefully put her in the eyes of the balance team.
Lucian struggles against other ADCs during the laning phase. Often getting out traded, Lucian rarely pulls ahead nor gets a gold lead against his opponent. Additionally, his late game damage is unimpressive.
Sitting at a 45.8 percent win rate, Lucian needs some serious help if he hopes to withstand strong ADCs.
Kalista is struggling with the lowest win rate of all ADCs at 43.8 percent. This low win rate is due to her weak laning phase and lack of burst during late game fights. Strong ADCs right now can dish out high amounts of damage immediately in fights, but Kalista has to build this up with her stacks and makes her lackluster.
Her spears will need to start packing more punch if she hopes to become a meta ADC again.