VILGEFØRTZ (EUNE)
: Well, how do you know ?
It wouldn't be that profitable since they can't advertise it to customers. If it was true, noone would know about it. And if someone would find out, there would be a huge shitstorm and people would quit. You might argue that they just want to reward the players who pay alot so they don't quit and eventually pay even more, but then they would risk losing all those players who don't pay as much. Additionally it would interfer with riot giving out so much free content since Loot Boxes were introduced (I know, people are still complaining about them, but those are free skins, something that was only obtainable with real money before, so just be happy). It just wouldn't make much sense for Riot and would be way to risky. Just imagine if someone would leak informations about it. The matchmaking system is pretty clear and easy to understand and it's in no way unfair even if it sometimes seems like it or some games are unbalanced - this will always be the case since players aren't playing at a constant level of skill. They perform better or worse from day to day (atleast most of them). So you might wonder why you're still being so unlucky and let me tell you - You aren't. You might had more leavers or whatever caused a lose for your team in your placements, but if you play many games the amount of people who cause an inevitable lose will be distributed fairly over both teams - if you calculate the chances the enemy team should actually have trolls/afks/feeders more often than your team aslong you're never one of those players. Games like those happen and they will keep happening, there is nothing to do about it. The only way to get out of an Elo is to get better. And if you're really better than your elo, some lost games wont hold you back from climbing.
Juicee (EUW)
: You tell me what to play
If you want to win easily in Bronze - higher Gold: {{champion:23}} People wont know how to play against him. Downside is that he's boring af. That's why I don't play him. For me the easiest way to get out of bronze with my smurf and out of silver on my main was playing support. On my smurf I played Xerath, Teemo and Blitz (first two picks weren't too serious but since I was quiet ahead skillwise, it worked). On my main I played Blitzcrank. Gotta add that I play Blitzcrank very unusual, not using the Resolve tree as Keystone and using Coin instead of the Shield. If you get good at playing blitz you can even play him succsesfully in midlane against most champs since he actually counters many mid champs if you know what to do. Gotta add that this shouldn't work as good in Diamond+ since players will abuse the weaknesses of the pick.
DUBZORR (EUW)
: Unfair
> Do you auto fill people who spend alot of money on LoL with better players to give them a better chance or something? They don't.
: Karthus of my life
I barely experience something similar in rankeds - basically never. Last season it happened like 2-4 times that someone actually intentionally fed the enemy team - so I reported those players and for two of them I got the instant feedback popup - so yeah, reporting those players actually does something. [ I played roughly 350 Ranked games last season with enemies and teammates ranging from higher bronze to lower diamond (usually playing with and against gold]
: Would i get banned from 1 game if people reported me for scripting even tho i wasn't?
Most Xerath mains would probably be banned then. Play Xerath, hit some skillshots -> People call you a scripter.
Lord evil1 (EUNE)
: I couldn't agree with you since I've just reached gold 3 earlier after having 7 wins in a row.
And you dropped again. You know, the same way you can have bad luck you can have good luck just aswell. Additionally you sometimes perform better or worse. If you reach 3 but drop in 4 and don't seem to climb any higher very fast, your skill level is probably at Gold 4-3. You can't always climb. If you could, you'd be Rank 1.
: QUINN
I think 2-3 more Lux skins would be pretty good right now.
Lord evil1 (EUNE)
: I can't pass gold 4
Maybe that's just your elo then. Felt the same when I was silver 2 for a long time. Looking back it wasn't just my team. Sure your team might perform bad, but the enemy team does perform bad aswell. Look at your own mistakes, watch replays, you'll improve.
Ninjutsou (EUNE)
: Hi Cone! SSing isnt bad at all - not SSing is. SS is a term short for missing (though a stupid one imo). SS is what you were supposed to type in chat when your opponent went missing from lane - this was recently replaced with the "SS" smart ping for it, so you dont have to say it anymore. Inting is intentionally feeding, but people use this term too often. Sometimes youre having a bad game and people will blame you for inting. Dont mind these guys. Regards, Nin
> recently But yeah, you're right. @OP, please don't become one of those guys who use "int" for everything. It just doesn't make sense. It's at the same level with someone who keeps saying out LOL out in normal conversations but doesn't actually laugh.
: Force players to win 5 normal drafts after being inactive for a month+.
Would be annoying af if you're playing on smurf accounts. Additionally: Not everyone plays worse after a month of not playing, some even play better.
athre (EUW)
: Run down mid :)
Have fun. Playing multiple accounts to level 4 just to feed in games on such a low level basically noone has fun anyways since it's a clash of Smurfs
Conyboy (EUW)
: Preseason of trolls and feeders
> Is it just me or does it feel almost impossible to win in this preseason? I'm 100% sure there's a winner in each game (not counting remakes). Therefore: No, it's not impossible to win this preseason. Actually everytime you lose someone wins. ---- You have a 50% winrate in your past 20 games, which is fine. The new preseason is very special and the game changed alot, therefore many players, including myself, can't keep their old winrate. It will take some time to adapt to everything new but as soon as you're there everything will be just like before.
Shukr4n (EUW)
: > [{quoted}](name=ˉˉIˉˉ,realm=EUW,application-id=Mpd1UjGe,discussion-id=q1RuXebJ,comment-id=000000000000,timestamp=2018-01-12T09:25:06.364+0000) > > Then people who dc because of internet problems, electricity problems or emergencies get punished too hard. > > The current system is fair even though I hate it aswell when I lose a ranked because of an AFK-Player. > But it happens. And sometimes you win a game because the enemy team has an AFK. > > Additionally the probability is higher that the enemy team has an AFK aslong you're someone who never DCs so therefore the chance is on your side. i agree, my post was quite a "joke" but your answer made me think about this: a) if we dc once in a while for 3rd part problems it is fine to get penalty and stuff. b) if we never dc my hardware and provider are best c) if we dc every game there are problems in my hardware and/or provider -------------------------------- so ------------------------------------ a) we take our lp loss + some report. it ends "well" for us, bad for teammates who lost lp b) we always have others that MAY dc, so it is up to a) c) we can't play, we get lp loss + potential ban now assume afker take all the pèenalty a) once in a while we take a big lp loss. it hurts, but being it rare event, it s like losing streak and / or dodging because of trolls b) we never lose tons of lp, but thanks to our good provider and hardware have a clean gaming and loses are up to us only. c) we probably can' t play ranked because otherwise we wold demote every few matches. BUT we would have been punished in the same way with bans. so better lose ranking or account? if i may put it this way , i find it NOT that harsh as punishment. when u do something it is expected from the developers to give a good enviroinment, stable game and stuff; by player side to fullfill some behavior rules. even if it is not your fault for crashing every minute because 3rd part problems, it is your fault for "forcing yourself into something u clearly cant afford". as older pc cant afford playing some games. for example: in sc2 if u play teamgames and u lag, entire lobby ask you to leave to give them a chance to literally play the game. next time u think twice before starting a game if your provider cannot sustain it. TL;DR: rationally and logically this system could work. i don't promote it. but i would accept it.
Reading this makes it actually seem not too bad. I think another problem is that Riot doesn't want anyone to get punished because of their own bugs in the game. Bugsplat errors are still a thing and League never was (and never will be) bug-free. Therefore they probably "split" the "punishment" on all 5 teammates instead of just one of them. Because they don't want one player to be punished for any technical issue they caused. It's debateable if now punishing 5 players is so much better but whatever. Back in season 2-3 when there were way bigger technical issues and EUW Servers were basically potatoes, some losses got prevented. You did lose the game but you didn't lose LP if riot could make 100% sure you or your team had a technical issue caused by Riot. Didn't see this in a while tho.
: so I feel like i'm hardstuck on this acct how to work around it?
I like your attitude. You're on a good way and looking at your OPGG makes me think you can easily improve (especially since it's silver 4). Maybe you should record some games using OPGG and watch them afterwards. Spectating yourself will show you your mistakes. You often don't see the mistakes while being ingame, that's pretty common. One of my friends got Diamond in just three two or three seasons of playing, just by looking at his mistakes (there are allways mistakes, even pros make mistakes). // Gotta add that he's pretty talented in pretty much every game so he obviously had some natural advantage You seem like a nice person, if you want to you could play a few games with me and my friends (if they're online). We're german, I can speak english but most of them only talk in german. (We're all 19-22 yo) Playing together with other players can be helpful aswell, they can tell you what you're doing wrong (be careful tho, since most people aren't pros, they're often wrong).
: When can riot start a sound based chat for the whole team instead of writing it??
A few players use Discord to chat with random players just aswell. They send an instant invite in the champion select Since you don't have to download Discord this is a good way to communicate with your team. Obviously though, some people don't want to talk - and that's okay.
Shukr4n (EUW)
: > [{quoted}](name=Aagaardnisme,realm=EUNE,application-id=Mpd1UjGe,discussion-id=q1RuXebJ,comment-id=0000,timestamp=2018-01-12T09:00:52.188+0000) > > Because people would abuse it otherwise. Unfortunately. What if the afkers take all the lp penalty of the team?
Then people who dc because of internet problems, electricity problems or emergencies get punished too hard. The current system is fair even though I hate it aswell when I lose a ranked because of an AFK-Player. But it happens. And sometimes you win a game because the enemy team has an AFK. Additionally the probability is higher that the enemy team has an AFK aslong you're someone who never DCs so therefore the chance is on your side.
: https://i.imgur.com/4T0mQj2.png might be changed soon
Nah, it's just his new Arctic Ops skin
hardys77 (EUNE)
: 6 games
People in lower elos are less reflective. Being reflective means seeing your own mistakes and if you see your own mistakes you will much likely climb the ladder. Another con of not being reflictive is that you blame others for your own faults which often results in alot of toxicity, especially in lower elos. I'm in a low elo aswell (gold) and I guess one of my main problems is that I don't learn from my mistakes since they're not that obvious all the time, atleast for me. But hey, atleast I'm never toxic, so that's something :> Edit: By reflective I mean self reflective.
Rioter Comments
: I would spam the ever loving #### out of this button.
It actually felt good using it since the tooltip make it feel like you're making the game more fair by using it.
: God, can you stop repeating the same dumb shit over and over again? I understand what intentional means, but you can't be banned for feeding, you can be banned only for INTENTIONAL FEEDING. So if I keep fighting all the time and go 0-15 i won't get banned just because I was trying? Your logic is flawless, seriously. Hey but I was trying. Goes 0-10 to vayne in 20 minutes, BUT I WAS TRYING. I don't care I am 3 items behind I still can outplay her, I AM TRYING. I died trying all the times. So i can't be banned. Then how do you determine if someone is feeding or intentionally feeding? Everyone who isn't running under turrets and fighting back are the only ones? Oh, lol. You don't seem to realise that a lot of people troll and intentionally feed without running under turrets and fighting back, you can't think that far as I am thinking. The only thing you can type is the definition of word "intentional" because you can't say anything else.
> So if I keep fighting all the time and go 0-15 i won't get banned just because I was trying? Your logic is flawless, seriously. It's not flawless. You just wont get banned because you're a bad player. Anyways, after losing many games, you will be automatically get matched with lower skilled players just aswell. But not if it happens in just one or two games. The current automated system looks at the players average kda, his playstyle and laning. If one game look extremly off and the player dies way more and does way less dmg, the sysmte might aknowledgeit as intentional feeding. Therefore most of the reports wont end in any punishment anyways, the button is more or less useless despite spreading toxicity. > Hey but I was trying. Goes 0-10 to vayne in 20 minutes, BUT I WAS TRYING. I don't care I am 3 items behind I still can outplay her, I AM TRYING. I died trying all the times. So i can't be banned. You went 1/10 2 days ago playing Karma. Did you try or did you feed ? Wanna take the ban aynways ? > Then how do you determine if someone is feeding or intentionally feeding? Everyone who isn't running under turrets and fighting back are the only ones? That's were the system takes in place. Look above. The system actually does exist at the moment.
: So what you're saying, is that instead of people /all'ing "9x _____ for inting" they should rather say "report _____ for being trash and unskilled player"? I'm gonna be honest, I prefer the "int" blaming since people can just look at a score and decide if it's inting or not, rather than just being flamed at.
No, not what I'm saying. Report calling in chat is btw. not allowed and reportable aswell. > I prefer the "int" blaming since people can just look at a score and decide if it's inting or not, rather than just being flamed at. Problem is that it's hard to see wether someone is inting or not just by looking at his score. You have to look at how the player usually performs, what his playstyle is and how good he is. That's why you most likely wont get any instant feedback for your intentionally feeding reports. Because most of the time the system doesn't aknowledge it as actual intentional feeding.
: > [{quoted}](name=sei556,realm=EUW,application-id=NzaqEm3e,discussion-id=vmZTgPoA,comment-id=00040000,timestamp=2018-01-09T12:57:49.241+0000) > > The problem is that it's spreading toxicity. > > I don't care what players report other players for. You did not get what i mean. Given that most of the time a flamer will report others for nothing by being mad...why you want to encourage them by giving them a report category to send more useless reports? If in their delusional minds their team is always made of feeders, let them report them for intentional feeding of whatever else they want. Nothing is going to happen anyway, so who cares?
When the flamers will report someone for basically nothing they do it to satisfy themselves, not to get the other player punished. By making an "Unskilled Player" Report which is basically useless, they have an option which atleast sounds less toxic and helps with the amount of wrong intentionally feeding reports, making them actually more valuable. Making the flamers less toxic and the reports more reliable is something pretty neat imo.
: If he didn't had a camera and he wouldn't write in the chat that he is inting it wouldn't be considered inting? Imagine this gameplay without camera and without telling that he is inting. To me it looks like a player who is inting on soloQ. Otherwise without knowing that it is tyler1 and him telling that he is inting it would look like a normal inter in soloQ. Just going fighting all the time and dying. And then anivia proceeds to hard carry because of it. It is a good example. Obviously he was inting in this game, BUT don't watch what he is writing and saying and ignore that it is tyler1. He wasn't inting then, huh, he was trying to kill the enemy laner, but it wasn't working out so why do you call him inter? I will say it again - you don't have to run under enemy towers and not attack enemy champions for it to be called inting. If you are consistently going in a 1v1 you can't win, i don't care if you are trying to win, you are inting. If you would try to win, you would stay back, farm and try to be relevant in the end game instead of inting your ass off and losing the game by yourself. You just can't accept my opinion, but when you get someone 0-9 on your team going dying over and over again you are tilted. You aren't trying to win when you are 0-6 teemo going and trying to kill a 6-0 garen. You literally keep inting. That is just how it is. I don't care if that teemo "tries", there is nothing to try, just stay %%%%ing safe, after 2 deaths you should be able to figure it out, there is no way you can kill him, yet you keep fighting, cuz why not, just like tyler did.
The problem is that if you don't know the player it's hard to say wether he's just bad or doing it intentionally. But I'm sad that I have to bring it to you: You make mistakes aswell. And the mistakes you make might seem like trolling in the eyes of higher skilled players aswell. When you started playing league you surely fed atleast once aswell. Maybe you learned fast but guess what, not everyone learns fast. Look at gbay99 for example. He did a Garen video explaining how playing Garen alot can show you what you're doing wrong in league. He had many very positive games but one game where he went 2/9. He fed the whole game but it wasn't intentionally. He's also a higher tier player (D3) and is a toplane main, meaning he knows about the basic stuff. You can't just blame everyone who feeds for doing it intentional. This is not how it works.
: just no
If you take the time to write a comment, please actually take part in the discussion. Otherwise it's pretty useless. Don't even bother if you're not going to add something.
Xêm (EUW)
: The reason they probably removed it, is because everyone can have a bad game. The only situation where this button would actually do something is if he played really bad game after game, and got reported each game. I do think we need something alike, but I don't think we should add this specific button
It's not about what the button actually does to the player, it's about what it does to the one who presses the button. It basically doesn't have to do anything. If the palyers have the ability to report someone for being unskilled they will less likely report someone for inting even though they could. It would satisfy the "tilt" of players who lost their games and who blame their teammates. By satisfying tilt the players would lose toxicity.
: What I meant by it is if you are behind 0-2, play safe farm and wait for a gank or something. If you fight over and over again when you have no chance in winning, it is inting.
Only if you're aware of the fact you have no chance of winning and you're not doing any good. Otherwise you're just feeding. > intentional > [in-ten-shuh-nl] > adjective > 1. > done with intention or on purpose; intended: > an intentional insult. God it's not that hard to understand this word.
: wait, there was a bad player report button, shit i didn't even know that
Yup. Just found a picture of it. The actual name of it was "Unskilled Player" http://i.imgur.com/GavpU.png
: "inting", short for "intentionally feeding" or just "feeding"
> or just "feeding" Nope. The first part is correct, the second isn't. Additionally, "feeding" is not reportable aslong it's not intentional. Edit: That is btw. the thing I wanted to be changed back. A while ago there was a report option called "Unskilled Player" which was made for people who for example fed the enemy but weren't doing it intentionally.
: Damn people are so hypocratic in here. You think that if you are not running down mid in the tower all the time you aren't inting? Then why did tyler1 got banned? He tried to win and fought Anivia again and again. He did try to kill her, it just didn't work out. He didn't just let her kill him, he was dodging and trying. The logic is real... https://youtu.be/8662L4paLik?t=2m44s I bet when you get people like this in your games you are tilted as hell, but now you are just talking complete nonsense because why not? Trying to prove that you are only inting if you aren't trying to win fights and running it down mid under turret. Tyler wasn't inting by your great logic then. He was literally trying to kill the anivia all the time, but it just wasn't that easy.
In the clip Tyler was aware about what he was doing. Sure thing he was attacking Anivia and tried to dodge her abilities, but he also chose to do this in order to punish his teammates. Therefore he knew he was doing something bad => It was intentional. I mean, you can even see the sarcasm in his chat "damn, close" and stuiff like that. If you know Tyler1 you should know that this isn't his "Tryhard"-beheaviour. He wouldn't smile and keep feeding, that's just not how he plays. You still don't get what all of us are telling you. Intentionally means to be aware of what you're doing. Tyler is aware of what he's doing but most people who feed aren't. Probably has something to do with them being no top tier player. You seriously couldn't have chosen a worse example to prove your point.
: Rito, how about you say a word about champion bans?
Well there's still the option to use the chat and communicate. Why would you ban a champ your team wants to play ? Maybe he's a legend on this champ but barely knows how to play any other champ. Sure, there's the chance of the enemy team picking the champ first, but after all it's a pretty unsocial beheaviour and you have to keep in mind that not even the "op-est" champ has a winrate above 54,3% (This is the highest winrate of all champs atm. - Taric Support - Banrate 0.11% of all Rankeds games Plat+) If you think it's a bad pick, talk it out.
: Playing League against specific champions
A good way to learn how to play against a specific champion is to play the champion. If you want to learn how to play against Zed, play him for a few games. You will see his weak spots and when you're up against him the next time you know where to hit him :) This basically works with every champ. That's why it's a good idea to try to play every champ atleast once. You don't have to buy them all, that's what the free rotation is for.
: There's no problem with stupid people reporting others for inting whenever they are disgruntled for whatever reason, because the server got its own method to understand if the reported player were really inting or not. In other words, crybabies can report every player in every game for what matters, it's still not going to do jack.
The problem is that it's spreading toxicity. I don't care what players report other players for.
: Maybe if you can't understand such simple things than league is not for you? It is pretty obvious to people who have some sort of logical thinking.
Not at all. League is a game meant to be fun. It's not always about being competetive or being part of the elite who have enough knowledge to play the game. And you know, players learn. Sometimes you gotta fall before you know the way up. Especially in the 1v1 scenario, it depends alot on champion, level and items. Many champions can win a 1v1 even after dying two times before, just because they finished a core item or got an important level up, so it's okay to try it out. If it doesn't work - lesson learned. You can't just say "everyone who's bad shouldn't paly league". Riot could then proceed to remove everyone below Master tier, am I right ?
: When someone is stupid enough to fight 1v1 after losing 2 times already, it is inting, he just doesn't understand it himself.
> he just doesn't understand it himself. Right, he doesn't understand it. This doesn't make it intentional. For feeding to be intentional, the feeder must be aware of the fact that he just goes in to die. Most people who " fight 1v1 after losing 2 times already" however think they can still win the fight. Therefore it's not intentionally, it's just a lack of knowledge. You're just an example of what I've said above. Players don't know what "Intentionally" means.
Shukr4n (EUW)
: "Everyone is free to play how they prefer" "Everyone can have a bad day" Ooooook
Well, yeah ? What's wrong with that ?
: I thought the intentional feeding was already automated.
It sort of is, I guess it's somehow like the toxicity system. Chat will always be scanned for swear words but many reports but no swear words imply that the reported player did something else which the other players have seen as a toxic beheaviour. Same goes with intentionally feeding (probably). Automated system probably sees if someone keeps respawning and walking a straight line to the enemies and die without dealing much or no damage. But there are some players who just give a few kills intentionally over the course of the game, sometimes even just one. So that's where the report system comes to place. (Probably).
Shiwah (EUW)
: > I think the reason might be the removal of the "Bad Player" Report button at the end of the game. It said that the player wont be banned but it will help the matchmaking system. I think the reason why Riot removed it was because maybe they didn't need it anymore, but I believe the palyerbase still needs it. It did nothing. It was a placebo. > So I think bringing back the "Bad Player" report option would make the games way less toxic and fix the issue of everyone calling their teammates "inters". The problem is that players don't know what "intentional" means. Hence why they attach the label of "intentional feeding" to everything not to their tastes.
> It did nothing. It was a placebo. Exactly. But that's what I want. It relieved the players who were tilted because of their teammates. Riot doesn't need to tell them that it's a useless button. It's stupid but that's just how our brains work. > The problem is that players don't know what "intentional" means. Hence why they attach the label of "intentional feeding" to everything not to their tastes. True, again. Yet I feel like it's impossible to explain it to everyone. We would be better off solving the problem somehow else.
Rioter Comments
: Yes, it should. nobody AND I MEAN NOBODY that is level 30 should be so bad as to die 10 times in a row without getting a kill/assist. Also, more than 7 deaths per game is unacceptable
> Yes, it should. nobody AND I MEAN NOBODY that is level 30 should be so bad as to die 10 times in a row without getting a kill/assist Yeah, nobody SHOULD be so bad. But there are people who are that bad. So what now ? Get them banned because they're not good enough for the game ? There is no way to report them since Riot removed the "bad player"-report. They will lose mmr and will fight with players at the same skill level after a while, that's just how the system works. Not to forget this Yasuo didn't die 10 times in a row without making any kills or assists. > Also, more than 7 deaths per game is unacceptable Per game ? You know that even in high elo and LCS or sometimes even Worlds players get over 7 deaths per game, right ? 7 games can be alot for a 20 min game, that's for sure, but not if the game lasts 40 minutes. You can't generalize that much and just say that 7 deaths is unacceptable. Looking at your matchhistory also reveals that you also have plenty of games with 7+ deahts (12, 7, 8, 7, 15, 9, 13, 11, 7) You even got 15 deaths in one of those games, yet you demand that the guy with 20 gets punished ?
: > [{quoted}](name=sei556,realm=EUW,application-id=39gqIYVI,discussion-id=dQjdi2oE,comment-id=0001,timestamp=2018-01-09T06:37:34.490+0000) > > It's not that hard to carry as a support, even with bad adcs. You're not just there to support your adc, but your entire team. > > You're really sure it's intentionally feeding ? The majority of players missunderstand what inting means, you're probably one of them. Inting does not mean making mistakes and dyinng alot. Even someone who's 0/10 at the end isn't necessarily someone who inted. Intentionally feeding means dying on purpose. You might think "noone can go 0/10 without doing it on purpose", well, it happens. Yes i do know its it means, its when someone walks into a team and doesnt do anything, Dying 20 times should be bannable... Who dies 20 times
Look at my other comment I wrote for your other post regarding the same Yasuo player. Dying 20 times should not be bannable.
ˉˉIˉˉ (EUW)
: They usually get to hit level 30. They get sold on various internet sites and 1-2 weeks later the account usually gets banned for suspicious beheaviour/violation of the terms of service. If it's because of the account sharing or the fact they use third party programs, I don't know. You can read about if you search a bit. The accounts usually wont get banned before they hit level 30, but I'm not too sure about that.
Gotta add that in pre 30 games there are many people who just perfrom very badly. Last ARAM there was one teammate calling our Poppy a bot, even though she wasn't (she proved herself being human by chatting earlier on).
: What is Riot doing about these bots?
They usually get to hit level 30. They get sold on various internet sites and 1-2 weeks later the account usually gets banned for suspicious beheaviour/violation of the terms of service. If it's because of the account sharing or the fact they use third party programs, I don't know. You can read about if you search a bit. The accounts usually wont get banned before they hit level 30, but I'm not too sure about that.
CosmcDusk (EUNE)
: BANNED FOR FLAME BUT I DIDNT FLAME
There usually is a chatlog attached to a ban if it was because of toxicity. We can't judge about anyting without seeing it.
: Scripter/Intent feeder and flamers and playing good
It's not that hard to carry as a support, even with bad adcs. You're not just there to support your adc, but your entire team. > The amount of Intent feeding You're really sure it's intentionally feeding ? The majority of players missunderstand what inting means, you're probably one of them. Inting does not mean making mistakes and dyinng alot. Even someone who's 0/10 at the end isn't necessarily someone who inted. Intentionally feeding means dying on purpose. You might think "noone can go 0/10 without doing it on purpose", well, it happens.
: Why is it still possible to still buy rune pages?
Well uhm..why not ? I'm only using 1-2, usually I create new runes every game but there are many people I know who like to have set rune pages they barely have to edit.
: Illaoi
If you cannot fight her, always leave her E. Destroy as many tentacles as possible but try to stay safe and mind the minions aswell. Fight her when she's not close to any tentacles (or you're not in range of them). Avoid getting hit by her e. Her E is worse than her q since it forces you to either go all in or stay safe for the next 20 seconds or so. Buy amor, duh. Try to kite her. Don't get your jungler involved unless he has tons of cc. Illaoi will profit from enemy ganks because her ult will just become way stronger than before. When she ults, escape, don't fight. Edit: Keep your cc for her ult. If she ults and you cc her, her ult becomes useless.
RayleighTT (EUNE)
: invisible option... for chat...
Man I can relate to you. Maybe you could talk to him, like saying "Sorry I want to play a solo q game right now" or something like that. He wont be heartbroken and if you're actually friends beside LoL this might be a good move for your friendship aswell.
Djole95 (EUNE)
: Something with internet!PLZ READ!
Isn't 28ms quiet good and basically standart ? Sure, low ping is allways nice but 28 isn't too bad either, it's basically not noticable.
: Ornn E and Ultimate.
But..why ? I mean, you could just aswell try to memorize it. If it doesn't work out for you, maybe the champ just isn't yours.
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