Why hello there. I'm Dragon Loaded, I play on the NA server. I have been playing Lee Sin for quite a while and have been dominating the opposing team, whether jungling or soloing top for most of the games. I do know that my ELO isn't high and there are people who are better than me. If you think there is something that needs to be corrected and can be better in this guide please state your opinions. Also, English isn't my main language, so I might has some errors on spellings and grammars. Please tell me and I will fix it ASAP.
This is my guide about Lee Sin, teh Blind Monk, and my first guide ever! (It probably look really boring and ****py right now, but I will improve it in the future) He is a melee character who deals high damage while having high mobility. He has been a God-Tier jungler, and remains in this tier due to his amazing clearing speed and ganking potenials. He is also a good solo top laner.
Lee Sin is one of those champions that are very hard to master, as he can perform multiple combos in various situtions. Don't give up when you don't get them right away, it takes pratice, just like any other champions.
Who is this Blind Man?
Lee Sin can pretty much fill all the roles, except AD and AP carry, because he simply can't carry a team alone and he doesn't deal magic damage. I mostly play Lee Sin in solo top lane and jungle, but I have played in the mid lane, and bot lane as a support. To me, he can be an AD bruiser, AS assassin, jungler, mid-laner, tank, and supporter.
Lee Sin has one of most amazing skill sets among the league. All of his non-ultiamte abilities are basically 2 in 1. Therefore, Lee Sin has 2 gap closers, 2 enemy reveals, 1 self/ally shield, 1 AoE damage+slow, 1 stat-buffs, and a 2.0 AD ratio ultimate which knocks enemys up in the air. Unlike other champions, he uses Energy instead of Mana, which means his abilities are limited by the Energy he has or his cooldowns. His passive will keep his Energy up.
Here is a guide by CiderHelm of Lee Sin, this should go over the his skills and his play style. It's extremely detailed, so I recommend you watch this, and enjoy!