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League of Legends (LoL) Question: Why do Udyr players have such high Egos?

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  • Electro522

    Why do Udyr players have such high Egos?

    Here's a question to rattle your brains.

    I have noticed that there is a common trend amongst players who main Udyr: they tend to think very highly of themselves. When they win a game, they harass the other team, calling them all noobs, and that they suck, even if it was a very close game.

    When they lose, they blame their entire team for the loss, even if they were the ones feeding/playing badly. Yes, that is a common trend amongst many players, but I see it more in Udyr players.

    This doesn't apply to any other champ. Yes, you'll have some random player come in, play Urgot, and think they they're best player in the world, but the next Urgot you play with won't be like that. With Udyr players, you'll have 3 of them in a row that think they're God. Its more rare to have a reasonable Udyr player, then an obnoxious one.

    Anyone have any ideas?
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    Vapora Dark (607) | August 19, 2014 1:12am
    trick2g
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    sirell (400) | August 22, 2014 7:08am
    *Lold@dyr.

    ftfy
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    NorthernRedStar (82) | August 21, 2014 4:34pm
    ^ Low elo Udyr = Lodyr?
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    throatslasher (248) | August 20, 2014 1:41pm
    As soon as you see a bronze/silver jungle udyr go spirit + madreds, you know he's going to be a toxic ******* and sit in the jungle until 25 minutes in. Never expect a low elo udyr to gank.
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    sirell (400) | August 19, 2014 11:15am
    You were probably thinking of XJ9, may he be restless in pieces.

    Trick may talk like a douche, but he understands the soloqueue mentality a great deal. He gets overconfident every now and again, but at the end of the day, he's still got at least 4 accounts in Diamond I-IV.
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    Janitsu (560) | August 19, 2014 10:56am
    oh wait, my fault


    we were talking about different streamers here ^^
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    Foxy Riven (129) | August 19, 2014 10:33am
    ^ pretty much this. He also explicitly states that he doesn't talk **** because he just wants to teach the game and carry the toxic *******s he encounters. He can be as toxic as he wants on stream, as long as he acts normal in-game he doesn't do anything wrong. I've seen him win a lot of lost games by just being silent, giving instructions and by doing what he does best.
    His followers should understand that though instead of being cocky all the time.

    On a side note, he streams like 12 hrs every day, don't think he does much soloQ without streaming.
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    sirell (400) | August 19, 2014 10:05am
    I can't remember a single time when he actually got banned, though.
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    Janitsu (560) | August 19, 2014 9:47am
    I am pretty sure that he flames when he isn't streaming. Otherwise he wouldn't be banned as much as he is.
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    Foxy Riven (129) | August 19, 2014 9:38am
    Ye well, I like that guy. The thing is, he never flames or disrespects in chat. His devoted low elo Udyr players do seem to translate that into the (all) chat sadly. He boosts their self-esteem a little too much.
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    Bioalchemist (155) | August 19, 2014 9:32am
    it is definitely the trick2g effect. he is a good udyr player. he disrespects people. so his clan emulates it. problem is his play style is the most selfish 'carry' style there is, and most can't pull it off so they end up wrecking their team's chances of winning.
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    IPodPulse (120) | August 19, 2014 1:17am
    Yup, they do a good game like him and all of a sudden they think highly of themselves. The guy is a good Udyr player but no need to be a complete *******.
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    UVATroller (10) | December 26, 2014 7:20pm
    Godyr...that's about it.
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    RottedApples (57) | August 20, 2014 1:41pm
    When i play udyr i usually just run around like a maniac half the game. not saying i don't gank or go for objectives but i always feel like i'm just running fast for no reason and ****.
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    Bennn | August 20, 2014 1:58am
    The point is that most of those toxic Udyr's are watching trick2g but he is a Diamond(ex-challenger) player and he played over 1000 games with Udyr so he know what to do but those who watch try to copy him which is really hard because he got much more experience and his mechanics with Udyr are much better, so when they fail they don't get that it is their mistake so they blame others. I play Udyr too i tried trick2g but i don't like to try carrying alone, in my opinion Udyr can be built with lizzard/golem and gank early a lot in other to help your carries to get feed which is much easier then carrying alone. Still those who watch trick2g don't understand that he is going feral when his team isn't so good(skill or team composition) as enemy so he must carry the game and just 1 mistake will make him lose.
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    Nighthawk (684) | August 19, 2014 9:59am
    There's really nothing that shows Udyr players are more toxic than any other, I'd say it's really just in your mind. I've played with plenty of Udyr's that were fine.
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    Pallis123 (10) | August 18, 2014 11:32pm
    Asked myself this question many times, I seem to notice it as well. :P Don't have an answer though. Also, same for Lee Sin. xD
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    throatslasher (248) | August 20, 2014 1:39pm
    If you don't have an answer, maybe you shouldn't post a response in the 'answer section'.
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    Electro522 (28) | August 19, 2014 1:02am
    I still see it more in Udyr players. I've seen more silent Lee Sin players then egotistical ones. I think its because they need to focus on playing him since he's the hardest champion to play.
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