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Communicate Don't Berate
I helped my team earn kills in all three lanes and it didn't amount to ****. And in this game my team rotated rather nicely on a couple of invades by the enemy team allowing us to pick up some kills, so it wasn't like we didn't have at least some synergy with respect to what needed to be done.
I was of the opinion that Phase Rush was simply better in pretty much all cases on
A Few Personal Thoughts about the Climb
Last night, I hit Silver 1 and am a tier away from my top rank to finish 2017. Now, yes I want to hit that Gold tier again, but to be open about it, I am not really focusing on that, or any particular rank, as a goal. It's great if and when it happens, but the season is the entire year. So how DO I approach the game when I have that long of a runway to consider?
Every time I start a game of League, I begin with the exact same setup as everyone else, give or take a small percentage, and it is my job to make the most of whatever that amount is by playing the best game I can. It means that in the early game, I need to prudently manage the bottom lane and control my excitement at points, respecting threats and seeking opportunities to gain advantages while avoiding opening myself up for the opposition to do the same. As the game progresses, I think about what is happening, what goals the oppone…
i need help
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Experience after 6 months of not playing
Sorry for my bad english, didn't wrote or spoke in english quite long, so I need to get to it.
And if they are healthy after a gank they may be coming for you next.
Pan to the gank and watch. See if anyone uses a summoner spell or ultimate.
Check how healthy the enemy junger is and which direction their character model is facing as it goes into the fog of war.
They may stop to do scuttle crab, but if they were facing down river to your lane they may be coming for your next.
Graves, Lee Sin,
Learning to Play Midlane
I am a midlaner who is learning how to properly play meta midlaners. Currently I am working on Zoe and Ryze and sometimes Veigar and I will start Casseiopia soon. My average CS by 10 minutes is about 80-90 depending on my game. I am looking for advice on my play, so ai can become a better midlaner and push out of Silver. Now into my Ryze match:
So...as many of you know, Ryze has perhaps the games worst early game, so i died to a well done early gank by Jarvan. I was playing against Azir, who was an interesting opponent, who was poking me down very well. However I knew that I could win extended fights once I had my Rod of Ages. I got an easy 1v1 kill as soon as I got my Rod of Ages, yet I knew that this game (unlike last) I wanted to try the damage version of him, instead of the Abyssal Mass semi-tank. I joined my team to fight a lot, because Ryze has an in…