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The Epic Ninja (Unverified)
Malzahar, Thresh, Sona
Caster DPS, Support, Support


Hey guys. I don't know if this is true for anyone else but I always find that knowing something about someone helps me relate and become more engaged into whatever it is they are trying to share with me.

I started playing League of Legends back in Season 1 in January of 2011. I worked at a Laser Tag arena and my boss and friends that worked there were really into League so we would all bring our computers in and when we weren't working we would be in the back playing League. I was immediately hooked and even though I had no idea what I was doing at first I was trying.

I have a long history of gaming and I always get roped into playing support whether it is Priest Healing in WoW or playing Medic in Team Fortress 2 so naturally I tried my luck at support. I failed with Soraka time and time again. Then I found Sona and I absolutely fell in love. She is a support but she is also viscous. I found the builds calling for Lich Bane and suddenly I went from being the Aura carrying support character to a heavy hitting caster which I enjoyed. I soon fell in love with Annie and then Twisted Fate and Karthus but the day I found Malzahar I knew he was the champion I wanted to master.

I got very good with him and was playing him nearly non-stop but I joined the Air Force so just as I was really starting to wreck with him I had to leave for basic training. I played a bit in tech school and HOT training but then I really picked it up again when I got to my first duty station. Unfortunately I am stationed in England which is all well and good but I had to begin a new account from level 1 on the UK servers. I was here a few months then I deployed to places unknown and was unable to play for 7 and a half months. I recently returned from deployment and have gotten back into this game pretty hard and playing Malzahar came back to me like riding a bike.