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League of Legends (LoL) Question: No S??

Posted in Masteries | Tags: Ekko 1,597

  • TheInkKingLoL

    No S??

    Someone, please explain to me why I did not get at least an S-? I just played a Blind Pick match and did super well. I had 51% KP, 155 cs, a good vision score, most gold, and 7.33 KDA among other things. Here is a screenshot of the results. https://imgur.com/a/tyibKKe
    I just want my Mastery 6
  • Answers (0)

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    Fruxo (247) | September 9, 2020 10:17am
    First thing you can do is to improve your CS more, 150 cs in 30 mins is a good start but you can get way more than that.
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    Tauricus2017 (38) | September 9, 2020 9:01am
    Well when calculating for D/C/A/S... many aspects that people don't know about are also taken in considiration. For example CC score, objective participation, turret damage, overall gold efficiency is also super important. That doesn't mean just "have money from kills" but REALLY have money. If you score 7 kills in a row and then you die at the end of the game and give your enemies 1000 gold from a shutdown - that's a sure no S-. In order to get the S you need to survive your bounty so you actually remain gold efficient for your team. Also 155 CS even though it is a good number still could be a lot higher as the game lasted 30 minutes. Around that time you could have over 200 CS... Also damage output is important, maybe you just ksed every kill you saw but didn't dish out too much damage yourself. Also note that having 3 deaths is on the very edge of S/A mark. I can't see enough information from image you posted to give you precise information though. I don't know how many dragons you killed or even stole or how nice you were in game (yes I believe that positivity in game can possibly make it easier to get a better mark).

    From What I know though you have to be more well rounded and focus on more then just kills :/
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    SELORONIOS (82) | September 9, 2020 10:15am
    True.

    plus, When giving a grade, you get compared to other Ekko (or any champ you've played on) players. That's why it can be harder for some champs to get S on.
    For example, I just saw a Yasuo yesterday with 14/0/7 score who dealt the most damage to champions and got A-. My Morgana sup got S with 5/2/7 and not much damage.

    Consider what your champ is supposed to do.
    If people in S grade have for example 9cs per minute, you gotta have it too. You get compared with top Ekko players in blind.
    (however, I'm not sure if it ONLY compares you to Ekko players in blind pick or not)

    kda doesn't really much. (it's good to have a good kda tho. And NOT DYING too much is the most important thing)

    I remember I once got S+ as 7/0/1 Nocturne (over 230cs before 30m) and A with a 23/2/x Nocturne (below 200cs in more than 30m) xD

    I saw all these information on the internet and I believe they're right. You can go check "stats" section in league itself and compare your Ekko to other elos as well.
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    cahanghally | October 10, 2020 10:39am
    Your CS is way too small for a game of 30 mins... also, make sure you place more pink wards!
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    Prate_k (21) | September 27, 2020 2:14pm
    I also feel like you have to outperform your previous score as well to get that score. So if in your previous S you had better stats, then you might have to beat that as well.
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    AverageJackass | September 17, 2020 5:41am
    Two things:
    1. Improve your cs.
    2. Place more pinks.
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    CaptianMike (5) | September 20, 2020 6:28pm
    For new players, "pinks" = control wards.
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