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Hey everyone. Many of you may already know me; my in-game name is Chandro, I am platinum Elo, although I also have a 900 elo smurf named IS BURNING RED, both on NA. I have played League of Legends since beta, since there were 39 champs. I have played over 5000 total games, including numerous tournament games with teams such as Gum Cobblers, 7 Gram Rocks, and Team God Mode. I was 1900's season 1 and have been between 1900 and 2100 all of season 2. I have played with pretty much every NA pro player you can name, such as the members of TSM, CLG, dig, Epik, et cetera.

I am finally making this post because I am looking to make some money through my LoL affluence and skill. I have mentored other people in the past on small scales but, to our increasingly large community, I know I have a lot to offer, and I offer that for flexible, low prices.

My specialties are AD champs and toplane champs. My mains are Tristana and Wukong, but I have experience with every top and every AD, as well as most mids, jungles, and supports; I own 95 of the 100 champs. I can teach someone a tremendous amount about any lane or almost any champ, and many people to whom I have given advice have risen dramatically in Elo.

For anyone interested, I welcome any and all PMs through MOBAfire. You also can try to add me in-game, but I'm at 299 out of 300 friends, so I guess that will only work for one person at first. Any questions, big or small, are welcome, including asking about other services I can offer.

Thanks for reading; I'll see you on the fields of justice.
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Ha, that's pretty cool.
Got any "example" prices? Such as
if you teach someone for x amount of
days (or however you do it).
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I would probably say $7.50 an hour for coaching, considering I've seen 15 to 20 and hour from higher elo people. For elo jobs, I would say 20$ per 100 elo up to 1800, a little more up to 2k.
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Alright, sweet. Sounds pretty reasonable to me,
if getting coached/mentored is important to you :).
It's good to have people like you around.
"(Btw LZ, I read all of your posts like a poem because your paragraphs look like stanzas. It's rather amusing. :P)" - PsiGuard
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why you write like that" - wRAthoFVuLK
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An artist originalising his work,
per say. Yet what have I done,
I have copied his work.
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although im not goanna personally get this, ill plug him


I've played with him a couple times and he's and amazing player that has mastered pretty much every position. You might see the price and be like "Nah I'm ok" but it's worth it. You will be a much better player after this.

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Thanks very much Syther, appreciated.

I also should add that if a group of friends trying to improve as a team is looking for team mentoring in the realm of coordination and general team play, I can also coach teams for the same rate.
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mhm I don't rly need a mentor but I am interested in your tristana since you main her.

Could you upload a replay?

Or just answer me this question:

Ignite + Heal is the way to go (unless they have heavy cc and you need cleanse)?


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My livestream page has a few videos, including at least one of my Trist. http://www.own3d.tv/Chandro/live/52290

The videos have been a bit temperamental lately, though. As for your question, summoners on trist:

I'd go heal/ignite only if you knew you had permission to go balls deep in lane. If you had a Leona, Blitz, or Ali support and a slow enemy jungler, like Warwick or Amumu, you could easily abuse Trists's lane potential with heal ignite. However, for the majority of cases, I wouldn't give up flash because of its universal utility. There are too many unfortunate circumstances with Trist in which the delay on her rocket jump makes it ineffective as an escape against capable players, like a good Blitz or Ali. Flash is just the best summoner hands down if you can use all of its applications. Finally, cleanse can be excellent against Ashe lane or a few specific major CCs, but I wouldn't pick it blind or against most teams.
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I figured you'd say that - thanks! Will check out your Channel tommorow


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Ehh Chandro was high elo since very early in season one.
I think he was the first plat MOBAFire player.

And this guy has a lot of good insight and experience so I'd recommend you all to try it out if you're looking for help.

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