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League of Legends (LoL) Question: Am I bad in your eyes?

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  • DarkAkumaLord

    Am I bad in your eyes?

    Seriously Im starting to have self doubt.
    BTW 2 things everyone in moba needs to know.
    Eat bitter, taste sweet
    No pain, no gain.
    THANK YOU everyone!! replied so quick. anyways sime answers
    smiteless was rare for me anyways
    i dont support either of my guides 100% more 50ish
    ehhh let me think
    anyone want to play with me on NA this weekend anyone?
    and bad as in the ways sirell described the 2 kinds of knowing
    TY everyone love the no flame :D
  • Answers (7)

    Satella (177) | April 16, 2013 4:09pm
    Does it matter?
    LiLStormcloaK (72) | April 17, 2013 7:26am
    Meiyjhe (538) | April 16, 2013 11:30pm
    Satella so smart :3

    Who cares if you play the game right, as long you are faving fun :D
    At least... That is how I play LoL :P
    Trenditon (22) | April 16, 2013 8:52pm
    Looked over your guides, and if I had to answer honestly, my simple answer would be yes.

    It doesn't look like someone whose just bad at the game or should uninstall or anything like that (I hope), but from the looks of it I'd say you're maybe level 20-25? Somewhere in there? You don't build the right items or in the right sequence and seem to be playing off of an over-aggressive "I'll build whatever seems to look good in the shop" type of buy-style, instead of synergizing with a specific character and using items that work together.

    I've never seen you play, but against someone who IS considering the things I've mentioned above, I doubt you'd do well in any kind of higher-level play, simply based off of what I've seen you discussing and your thought processes in guides and whatnot. I mean a Brawler's Gloves into Bilgewater Cutlass on Garen?


    No please.

    Anyways, I think you just need some more experience, and that comes from playing games, watching what pros build/do/think on their streams (if you wanna go hard-core), reading GOOD guides (there's a lot of trash on this sight to be honest, just go with the highest rated ones until you're sure you can pick out the good from the bad), and trying new things. I would start by looking at some either "Pro guides" or "Highest Rated" guides, building and playing the champ in the guide like the person says, and seeing how it works. Then branch off and try different things they suggested, or that you've seen some high-level or ranked player using. I would NOT base builds or play-style off of what other people do in games you play (I'm assuming you're not level 30 yet here) as that won't help you out much. Remember, if you're gonna get better, you have to learn from people that are a lot better than you are. I had to go(and still sometimes am going) through that process myself, it's nothing to be ashamed of to learn from someone who knows more, because someday you could be the guy teaching other people how to do it right.

    (Also, just a note, there ARE a lot of great people on here, amidst all the badness. I'd suggest finding some REALLY good people and bouncing ideas off of them. Many of them are nice and helpful, and will often take time out to help other people with questions or ideas. Just a thought, good luck)
    Trenditon (22) | April 16, 2013 8:56pm
    Hmmmm, just looked at your profile again, said you were level 30 on there. I'd say you're doing something wrong at that point honestly, because truth be told your builds need SERIOUS work. Not hating on you here, I just think being honest helps people out a lot more than coddling does. Try out some of the suggestions I and others made here, best of luck to ya mate.
    LiLStormcloaK (72) | April 16, 2013 6:05pm
    if u mean by not taking Smite on Cho'Gath jungle then yes.
    Aseafy (25) | April 16, 2013 6:57pm
    GrandmasterD (531) | April 17, 2013 7:44am
    Yes until proven otherwise.

    Have a good day.
    Creedless (19) | April 16, 2013 5:41pm
    You need to be specific as the concept of "bad" is different to everyone. For instance, I consider someone bad when they have a combination of poor decision making and mechanics. Some players can be mechanically good, but make horrible decisions that cost their lane or even the game, or the other way around.

    The thing that separates good and bad players is usually decision making as mechanics can be improved as you play the game over time. For example, a bad decision can range from making the call to do dragon when the enemy is doing baron, or fighting a even, skill based match up when your enemy has a creep advantage, causing you to lose. This all amounts to experience, and fixing your mistakes. Experience means nothing if you don't realize your mistakes, so watch your replays and ask, "What could I have done better?"

    In terms of ELO, I heard someone say silver was the top 50%, so if you're below that, you probably need some work on mechanics and decision making, or staying clam during stressful situations. If you're higher than that, then it is your decision making that suffers as mechanics like csing is pretty solid the higher you are.
    sirell (400) | April 16, 2013 5:01pm
    Bad in terms of what?
    tehAsian (247) | April 16, 2013 5:01pm
    Never seen you play, can't make decisions.

    Your knowledge seems lacking though. To improve, watch streams or videos of high elo players and analyze what they're going.
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