The Complete Guide to Adcarry

The Complete Guide to Adcarry for 2022 

How to play and win as an AD CARRY, 

The BEST AD Carry in THE WORLD,

6 differences between a GOOD, AVERAGE & BAD AD CARRY....

The Complete Guide to Adcarry


What is adcarry?

Hey brand new to the game and I see these terms thrown around and I have no clue what they mean. Normally when I enter a game, I just go wherever no one else goes whether its top or bot. If someone could help me, I'd appreciate it.

These are a few of the terms you might find in a mobile first person shooter that would not be at home in anything other than online multiplayer arena games:

-ADC -    Attacks Damage Carry - their job it to deal as much damage as possible without dying often so they can carry their team. 

-APC - Attacks P ower Carry -  their job it to deal as much damage as possible without dying often so they can carry their team, but they do it through magical abilities not through physical attacks.  They are also known as mage carries.  However, even if you are dealing damage through magic, you have no magical defense aside from buying magic resist or running away. Most carries have a special attack that is only used when attacking with their primary attack, so if you see an enemy pop an ability that does not look like it damages (ie: Malzahar) then more than likely they are an APC.

-TM - Damage Tank.   Basically a mostly physical damage dealer that uses one ability to deal massive amounts of damage instead of relying on their weapon's dps. They are also known as dps tank, but that is another term.

-APC/dps tank - APC - Attack Damage Carry. DPS Tank - Damage dealing tanks that specialize in physical (thus DPS) damage, however they also have defensive abilities. This role involves both the top lane and the bottom lane, both lanes need tanks and dpsers (damage dealers), but you want someone who is good at tanking the other team's damage to stay alive longer than your opponents. DPS tanks don't scale nearly as well on their damage as ADC's and APC's.

-CS - Creep Score (CS) - how much damage you do to enemy creeps.  You get money from killing creeps and the more you kill the more gold you get, but they also award points. You don't want to kill too many creeps at once or it lowers the overall value of the creep camp (though this mechanic is not in all games).

-gank - When one or more team mates go out of their lane to try to kill an unsuspecting member of the opposite team, usually making use of terrain.

-Dragon - Name of a neutral monster that you cannot kill, that periodically spawns in the top or bottom lane. If you are level 6 and your lane is at the dragon, you can go down to fight it and if the enemy is not there, then they will most likely be trying to fend off your attempt to take it.

-Duo Lane - Same as duo lane, but leader has their main support and secondary support (either ADC or Support) who is probably more experienced than they are. A minion will always try to push against a duo lane so keeping the minion wave from pushing too fast and running away from them is key to keeping farm camps safe.

-farming - Killing minions for experience either to get yourself up in level or to try and get your lane partner more gold leads. 

-ADC - Attack Damage Carry.   Basically a mostly physical damage dealer that uses one ability to deal massive amounts of damage instead of relying on their weapon's dps. They are also known as dps tanks, but that is another term.

-IF -Ineffective farmer (or Infowarrior) -  when someone farms too slowly or when they do things the wrong way (such as when someone farms like a support with an ADC in an ADC role).

-Top - the top lane (the one closest to the enemy's base) is often called top.  The role of top laner is to be a tank and disrupt the enemy team when needed. 

-MMR - Match Making Rank (or Match Making Rating).   Basically how good you are at this game in comparison to other players and it only increases when you do better than your previous best performance in a match, thus it can never go down by any means. It does not influence your advantages in the game, nor your disadvantage, just how good you are.

-IM - Influence Maniac.   Basically someone who does things to help the team along when it is someone else's turn to do so. They can be helping in lane, giving ADCs with consumable items at the start of their big spells, or anything that makes the whole team do better than they would have otherwise.

-AFK - Away From Keyboard - A player who no longer answers his device during a game, most often when he is AFK (not responding to messages) because of inactivity on his part. He can be punished in some games if he does not respond in time for his current task (such as feeding in TF2).

-APC - Attack -Power Carry (APC).   Basically a mostly magical damage dealer that uses one ability to deal massive amounts of damage instead of relying on their weapon's dps. They are also known as mage carries. However, even if you are dealing damage through magic, you have no magical defense aside from buying magic resist or running away. Most carries have a special attack that is only used when attacking with their primary attack, so if you see an enemy pop an ability that does not look like it damages (ie: Malzahar) then more than likely they are an APC.

-IW - Influence War -  When you are influence warring against someone, it means that you are farming so much that you end up getting enough gold to buy more consumables than they can afford to.

-ADC - Attack Damage Carry.   Basically a mostly physical damage dealer that uses one ability to deal massive amounts of damage instead of relying on their weapon's dps. They are also known as dps tanks, but that is another term.

-Baron Nashor - A neutral monster in the middle lane (middle Baron) which greatly increases your attack power late game if you can kill it (it gives around 20% bonus attack power).

-gap - When two champions are very far apart in the lane.  The higher level champion has priority to attack first, so if they are level 1 and the lower level champion is level 2, then the lower level champ should wait until the higher one goes near their tower before attacking.

-ganking - When two or more team mates go out of their lane to try to kill an unsuspecting member of the opposite team, usually making use of terrain.

-global ultimate ability - A very powerful ultimate that can be used by any champion regardless of which faction or side you are on (ie: Ashe's ulti). 

-jungle - Any neutral monster camp in the game.  This is where you can expect to find most junglers roaming around looking for good opportunities to gank. A common tactic is to ask someone on your team who would be able to help you with their ulti if they could ward the enemy's jungle so that your team knows what they are doing / not doing (ie: Wuking). A lot of groups use the jungler as their main source of income, which is why they most often go top lane (where the most creep camps are) or they go bottom lane (where there is at least one creep camp).

-jungler - A player who roams the jungle looking for neutral monster camps or ganks from lanes. 

-large minion wave - groups of minions that are far apart, making it hard to pursue an enemy champion who is running away from them.  Many times these waves have a dragon in the middle of them, especially if they are low level.

-Lane - The lane closest to your base where you are able to get creeps.  Depending on the types of champions you have, you can be in different places in your lane depending on which direction you are facing. 

-long lane - These are common in the laning phase when it is safe to be in them.  A long lane means you will be able to farm most of the time, and at least one person can focus on getting an early tower without having someone else ganking them.  When trying to catch someone who is farming, you will at least want to keep an eye on your opponent's creeps so that you can know which ones happen to be hitting the creep wave closest to them. 

-mid - The middle lane (the one closest to the enemy's base) is often called mid.  The role of mid laner is to farm, use your abilities to harass your enemy, and try to avoid fights until you are able to kill the enemy team. That is normally much easier for them than it is for their enemies because they do not have as much pressure on them (unless the other team has an APC).

-support - A player who focuses on helping their team mates by using consumable items or their ultimate ability or both, usually having a better damage output than most other players in the game.  Their role is more about assisting others rather than killing, though they still kill things.

-AP Carry - An arcane magic dealer with a very high damage output which can be used to take down enemy champions.  They are also the main source of damage in most games, making them sometimes require a lot of items to get going.  The common example would be mages. However, even if you use magical abilities from your weapon rather than spells, you still count as an AP Carry and not an AD Carry (should you use abilities in that manner).


What is ADCARRY Role for 2022?

Today there are a number of new computer platforms that have been developed that rely on the Analog-to-Digital Converter for their operation. The ADC is a vital component of these computer systems and within most modern computers, it is part of the main circuit board which helps to control the input and output signals from various sensors or actuators. From today’s perspective, understanding how an ADC works may seem like an easy task but its increasing complexity was not always apparent to engineers even in this moment when digital electronics has taken over practically everything.

The interface between analog signals and digital electronics consists mainly in the conversion processes performed by amplifiers, voltage dividers, current shapers, rectifiers (called operational amplifiers) etc. Consequently, the implementation of analog electronics entails the implementation of an ADC.

As described above, most modern computer systems depend on the ADC to obtain data from sensors or actuators. These data are then processed by the central processing unit or microprocessor which is used to control different parts of the computer system.

The role of an ADC in these systems is fairly simple because it merely acts as a means of converting analog signals into digital ones. The reason for this easy implementation lies in fact in the fact that modern computers are already made up of transistors, integrated circuits and electronic devices with very small physical dimensions.

By comparing the size of digital devices with that of analog devices, it is easy to understand why the digital approach has taken up an important role in terms of reducing the size of computers. By using transistors and integrated circuits, the large dimensions associated with analog processes are reduced to almost zero. However, this reduction ultimately came at a cost which was not visible at first sight.

Today’s computer processors are very fast but can only function with small voltages and currents because these values are needed to be processed by partial or full digital circuits. The ADC is thus required in order to convert an analog signal into a digital one that can then be processed by the processor. The value of an ADC is therefore defined by the range of analog signals that it can capture and the precision with which it converts these values.

A wide range of Analog-to-Digital Converters is available for today’s computer systems. These Analog-to Digital Converters are used in virtually all electronic devices that are found in today’s society including audio equipment, mobile phones, televisions, home appliances etc. These Analog-to-Digital converters include different types of circuits such as digital potentiometers, digital voltage regulators, low noise amplifiers etc. Thus the role of the ADC in present day electronics is very important because it affects many computer systems and other devices that rely on their operation.


Is viego an ADCARRY?

Viego is a popular video sharing app on iOS and Android. It's one of the few apps which can be used to make and record videos for free, without the need of expensive gear like a camera. But some users have been asking if it can be considered an ADC (Accelerated Digital Currency) since viego generates new coins as people download the app and use their phones to create videos.

This article will discuss whether or not viego can be considered an ADC, how crypto coins work, what you should keep in mind when looking into this company, and any possible risks associated with getting involved with them.

What is viego?

viego is a smartphone app that allows users to record short videos and share them with their friends and family. Users can share videos of anything from singing karaoke to meeting new people. viego was created by the company, Bardav, Inc., and launched in 2012 as a web-based video sharing platform. In May of 2017, it added a mobile app, allowing users to upload videos from within the app itself instead of having them uploaded to the web first.

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