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Okaay.... So I admit... I am a rager when it comes to games that are REALLY bad, or when in a really long game that's going no where (impatient)
Are there any tips/tricks to help me learn to sedate my raging (so i don't EVER rage again ? D:)
please... anything... just... anything D:


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Focus first on how to Last Hit. Try not to focus on killing champions and more on last hitting and staying alive. That should push you ahead in cash and you can start winning more.

At least thats whats I've been doing.

The next step is keep an eye on the minimap and alert your teammates of ganks and opportunities. That keeps them alive and you have a better chance.

I get bad players all the time. If they are open, I give tips. If they bad mouth back, I more or less kind of give up on them. Depending on how far they go, I might report them for intentional feeding or offensive language.
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Thank you! This might help me:)


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What i usually do if i see bad team players is try to basically become the "team leader" and start directing. If you arent a total ******* about it and follow up with some explanations the first couple of times you give an order (like why this is a good idea, what the enemy team is likely doing, et cetera) your other team players will not question further orders (as long as the first few lead to positive results), and u can make the game go the way you want. And giving direction to do things, such as buying wards and telling people where to put them, ultimately leads to innate better games. Map control is HUGE. Designate one person to get a few wards and put them in certain places, and tell someone else to get an oracles to do anti warding, et cetera. Usually players who arent being lead assume any and all other players will do this kind of thing for them so they dont have to, but if the team leader is telling THEM specificaly to do it, they likely will, and without much backtalk. Its all about accepting one's place in the heirarchy of the team. As long as there is a plan, and everything is going ACCORDING to that plan, people just follow right along. Even if the plan is completely terrifying (match THAT paraphrased quote XD). Basically what im saying is, become the general BEFORE you get to the point of flaming, and your direction and strategy will lead the team to victory, so you have no need to flame XD
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Mute everyone and ignore everything, and play as you want. sounds good?
Lawl. works for me :D
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Sept wrote:

Mute everyone and ignore everything, and play as you want. sounds good?
Lawl. works for me :D


Well that works (kind of) AGAINST ragers, and keeps you from getting into huge flame wars, but it doesnt help you WIN games. In fact, its totally working AGAINST winning games, since all communication from that character is cut off, and he cant tell you what is going on. This is more of a last resort than anything else. If you have tried to reason with him, tried to give advice, tried to direct the flow of the fight, and he is just being a completely ******ed ******* (Singed that has nothing but sorcerers shoes and 3 Rabadons and INSISTS on being the main damage dealer of the game), then yes, fine, /ignore him and try to do your best and try to work your strategy around the fact that you KNOW the idiot is going to do nothing but turret dive and fling just so he can lol at how much damage his toss does and DIE three seconds later. But you NEED to try to do everything else FIRST to try and keep team cohesion together. Ive never lost a game where the enemy team is raging at each other over allchat, because they refuse to help each other and work as a unit, like you HAVE to do in this game, especially when u are fighting against a team that doesnt hate each other and is more than willing to gank, buy wards, sacrifice some CS to wait for the perfect ambush to help his teammate out, et cetera.

To summarize, i guess, don't use /ignore until all other options have been exhausted. And don't give yourself a great chance of winning that game either.
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Forgillas wrote:

help me learn to sedate my raging


(Disclaimer - I don't properly understand rage as I've never experienced it, so apologies if any of this post is void)

Listen to this sort of stuff. Furthermore, know that rage does absolutely nothing for you or your team, but dampened spirits are easier to trample for your enemies.

When you're about to rage, take a step back. Think why you're doing it. Are you purposefully trying to give your team who you're raging at an even worse time than they're having? Are you trying to fix that bad mistake you just did? No. Instead, advise team mates, think what you could have done better next time.

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