I love ARURF <3 Fun does not require winning all the time!

Hi, I see a lot of threads about people hating on ARURF, that&#039;s why I&#039;m making this thread to defend the opposite faction, those who love ARURF. Many suggest that random was added so people do not play god tier champs all the time, and that this has failed because people are still getting the god tier champs. This might be true but this does not mean there is no chance for you to do well and even win the game. You can try different crazy builds that might work out, you can play the vision game better, or make teleport plays to gain an advantage, no champion is unkillable! Like this game for example: http://matchhistory.euw.leagueoflegends.com/en/#match-details/EUW1/3079508751/33431228?tab=overview We were behind the entire match yet we still won it, the synergy of movement speed provided by zilean and sona made me able to catch out anyone out of position and always fight in greater numbers until we aced them and finished the game. I just think it&#039;s lots of fun to play champions different ways and ARURF is perfect for that. Even the games I lost, and lost hard, I had lots of fun. I agree that it does not feel nice to get 1-shot, but that only motivates me more to outplay my opponent. http://matchhistory.euw.leagueoflegends.com/en/#match-details/EUW1/3082822791/33431228?tab=overview In this match the enemy talon ended with 37 kills. He oneshot me over and over. Until I was able to get my items and the last 1vs1 I was actually able to win and push to finish the game with my team. (was able to spellshield first Q, damaged him until GA popped, spellshielded another Q and was able to finish him) I played 83 games this weekend and the end score was 45 wins and 38 losses. I tried playing as many different champions as possible, I own about 60%, played about 50 unique champions. I absolutely love ARURF and I miss it already. I hope it&#039;s back ASAP! PBoyy
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