: Yuumi bug? Anyone had the same experience?
Apparently you can still get killed by anything that targeted you before you attached and you can get hit during the animation. Riot basically introduced a new and weaker kind of "untargetable" but didn't bother to clarify this in the tooltips. > The act of becoming untargetable will also interrupt any effects that have already acquired the unit as a target (e.g. an oncoming basic attack will fizzle) as well as causing AI-controlled units (e.g. turrets and minions) to acquire a new target (also known as "dropping aggro"). This is not true for Yuumi.
: why push the one lane with no inhib turret?
Because stupid, that's why. But don't tell them, this community is too sensitive.
: Tank items really suck hard.
They don't suck, they are too strong early but then get countered and become a waste of gold. Playing a champion that only has the option to stack tank items for more survivability doesn't feel very rewarding because Riot changed the items towards heavy resistances but lower health, so tanking can become a completely pointless effort against true damage and high percentage penetration. The only tank items that remain somewhat reliable are Adaptive Helmet and Randuins Omen simply because of their passives, but that's not good enough and feels very gimmicky and they only work against very specific damage sources that are not always there. It just sucks when you know that your opponents already counter your defense but still your only option is to stack more of it, because there are no better options. The counter itemization is a bit a too impactful. Armor/MR are too high on some items reducing damage too much. But then % Penetration is too high as well. Heals and Grievous Wounds are also too strong. It all plays together in a very binary way, which gets kinda boring. I think all this has to be tuned down and we need a return to more health and probably also gotta nerf some % health damage sources.
Lariatas (EUNE)
: Could you Please stop making Watch an Earn missions ?
Nice bug report. But I agree that these missions are lame. I watched quite a lot of LEC games except I didn't even bother doing it through the lol esports side to get the rewards, I just went to twitch. It's just not worth extra clicks.
Noctiss (EUNE)
: Whats the point of constant account leveling?
When you level a new account you will mostly meet players like that, but eventually you will appreciate if they at least play the match until the end and not quit after 1 or deaths or start running it down. Also you are really lucky if they use one of the big no-no words, because that enables you to actually report them effectively. If they just ruined your game with their shitty attitude but didn't say anything, they would be untouchable.
: stop trying to copy youtuber entertainment builds in ranked solo queue
I do my own builds, but I would never start with doran's ring on support, that's just troll, would instantly report for feeding if I saw anyone do that. LMAO
: Is there much you can do as Karthus vs. Akali?
: >Simple question: Do you want other players to know that you are a girl? I can tell you the answer, yes you do, because you enjoy the attention, otherwise why would you name yourself "Eccentric Rose"? It's a name I came up with **years** ago on Steam. I just like the rose flower. It just happens to sound 'girly': but that was no intentional. I don't want special attention and I'd rather stay anonymous whilst playing, but I don't see why the community should act like girls don't even exist. >I also played a lot of enchanter support in the past then people would call me Soraka or she, but that doesn't matter at all, when you only care about the game and not about, other things... I am male. I still play other male champions as well, and I get referred to as "he", because the majority of players address the champion, not the person behind the keyboard. That's perfectly fine, but I get confused as to why when I play female champions that players will say address me as "he". >If you only care about the game, then you just play, if you are there to show off your femininity, because, let's be honest, some girls enjoy doing that, then at least admit it and don't act like this is some equality thing. You can be treated like everyone else, but you WANT to be special. In my time playing online games I even learned that some of the girls who try super hard to appear feminine are actually guys who are just roll playing, trolling people, or even trying scam little boys, LMAO. You want to get noticed as a girl and not just be another player, why you do that... I can only speculate. **No.** You are assuming aspects about me that I never explicitly stated. I do not care about myself being recognised as a girl whilst playing. I said specifically that I **not** want that. I said that I wanted the community to not assume that all players are male: for all the players to be just people - not boys. >Ey and don't speak for other girls, speak for yourself. The moment you pretend to be spokesperson for all girl you are actually acting like a feminist and I mean not the kind of feminist that was fighting for important womens right last century, more like the modern ones that are using feminism as a disguise to feed their own narcissism and get privileges/attention. Alright, yeah, I shouldn't act as though I'm speaking on behalf of all female players, (although I should point out that some of my friends feel similarly to me) but don't be impetuous and assume that I'm an narcissist. >When i get called she I don't feel like telling everyone that I am not a girl, because I don't think it matter for the game, it would only come across as weird or funny when you play something like Sion or Garen, why do you care so much? If you get called a girl when playing as Garen and Sion, it's likely to be the player making a joke. A Caitlyn or Miss Fortune being player being called a boy is far more likely to be the player reckoning that it's a guy. The discussion probably didn't come off as light when I said that I get "really annoyed" by it, and because there are whole load of 'feminazis" around who give feminism a bad rep. It's not something I feel vociferously about. I'm just don't understand why females in the LoL community seem to be forgotten. I made the discussion to see what other people's thoughts were, not to unleash a diatribe. I'm don't think that girls should be shouted out individually from boys: I think that we should refer to players as "they", "them", "everyone".
I think we should just use the language that everyone is used to and not play language police, there is more important stuff. English is just very simple and inaccurate language that changes a lot and there are a lot of overlappings. Guys is used as gender neutral... I guess it could becomes the same for other words. You just gotta go with it. Unless you wanna sound like you are from the last century... then you can say "peeps". xD
: I'm not talking about the gameplay here: just the way that everyone is addressed. I agree that referring to the player by the champion they're using is perfectly fine and probably the most practical way of communicating in-game. But the assumption of a male gender - from my experience - seems to transcend this idea of just addressing the name of the champion. I'm the stereotypical e-girl support main, and I play a lot of the enchanter supports like {{champion:117}} {{champion:40}} {{champion:267}}, yet my teammates still seem to refer to their support as "he". Us girls are not asking for special treatment distinct from males, just that we're not forgotten about.
Simple question: Do you want other players to know that you are a girl? I can tell you the answer, yes you do, because you enjoy the attention, otherwise why would you name yourself "Eccentric Rose"? I also played a lot of enchanter support in the past then people would call me Soraka or she, but that doesn't matter at all, when you only care about the game and not about, other things... I am male. If you think you are not asking for special treatment you are actually lying to yourself, because that is exactly what this is all about. If you only care about the game, then you just play, if you are there to show off your femininity, because, let's be honest, some girls enjoy doing that, then at least admit it and don't act like this is some equality thing. You can be treated like everyone else, but you WANT to be special. In my time playing online games I even learned that some of the girls who try super hard to appear feminine are actually guys who are just roll playing, trolling people, or even trying scam little boys, LMAO. You want to get noticed as a girl and not just be another player, why you do that... I can only speculate. > Us girls are not asking for special treatment distinct from males, just that we're not forgotten about. Ey and don't speak for other girls, speak for yourself. The moment you pretend to be spokesperson for all girl you are actually acting like a feminist and I mean not the kind of feminist that was fighting for important womens right last century, more like the modern ones that are using feminism as a disguise to feed their own narcissism and get privileges/attention. You are not forgotten, you are anonymous, why would you want to give that up? When i get called she I don't feel like telling everyone that I am not a girl, because I don't think it matter for the game, it would only come across as weird or funny when you play something like Sion or Garen, why do you care so much? {{sticker:slayer-jinx-wink}}
Hjärta (EUW)
: Why League of Legends is Toxic.
> But no matter how you tell them, it will be considered rude or like a attack towards them. Idk about others but I don't feel attacked when somebody tells me what I did wrong, if the person made a god point I will consider it. I believe that's how normal critically thinking humans behave. But maybe I am wrong and league players want to behave like monkeys nowadays? Instead if feces you throw useless phrases and reports at each other and then you tell yourself that you have to behave like a monkey and your only solution is to simply not use the chat anymore to hide your monkey personality.... but then you are still a monkey and probably playing like one too. feelsbadman
Murdarici (EUNE)
: I understand so many players are jerks and do stuff to trigger you, I understand that all time you want to give a logic advice to say a reasonable thing they stupid immature responses make you want to punch them in the face. Thing is they don't understand, their brain can't handle logic, they will just trigger you knowing you will get banned, best is to learn to laugh at their stupidity and not care. Trust me I lived the era when here in east european country when those clubs with lan gaming on old second hand pc's that we could play starcraft 1 and other old games on. Where not nice fancy shiny places with cool computers comfy gaming chairs, there were wooden broken chair, pc's and monitors where yellow from old age and dirty, keyboard and mouse were so dirty full of food remains, dust, hair, sweat and so on, the room was a cold concrete room with low light and metal bar windows (to not be robbed when closed) and where in shady dark alley area and young teens going and entering there was similar to what today maybe are only illegal sex clubs or illegal gambling places. So many of brave dumb keyboard warriors in today's games will not survive back then and would have a subscription to daily beating. People say silly stuff like do not be triggered by a videogame, but some smug jakases that were thrown outside those clubs in fits and kicks when not beaten over a video game but over their arrogance, same arrogance that I read now from so many players that intentionally keep poking you and poking you to trigger you and give the most dump arrogant answer to logic strategy, and more they see you get angry more they smug laugh and say even more dumb thing. ****************** But in same time if not everybody in the team are like that it's so unpleasant to play the game when you are not part of that fight. It's hard to find a balance so it's just easier to punish all toxicity no matter the context. All this blaming your team, harassing them, and created a bad environment nothing good come from this, nobody in a toxic environment wil learn and play better, its opposite they will play worse. ********* This is you blaming and harassing your team, and while in some games it's understable, doing it many times is really annoying, and since making difference is impossible especially by an AI, the punishment its for every situation same. >Salty Mc Feed: i guess we can ff Salty Mc Feed: no jungle pressure top Salty Mc Feed: darius can free roam Salty Mc Feed: bg Salty Mc Feed: ff15 Salty Mc Feed: irelia reported Salty Mc Feed: 7 kills ekko still losing the game Salty Mc Feed: ok really now Salty Mc Feed: i will jsut repoert all of you ********************* >Salty Mc Feed: ekko you have zero presence Salty Mc Feed: nice Salty Mc Feed: our adc doesnt have a working mouse Salty Mc Feed: sucks Salty Mc Feed: unlucky Salty Mc Feed: lets ff Salty Mc Feed: watch replay Salty Mc Feed: look how jinx stand there Salty Mc Feed: while we all die Salty Mc Feed: when she could freely auto attack
> nobody in a toxic environment will learn and play better, its opposite they will play worse. If you don't want to learn you will not learn. I didn't stop anyone from learning. I literally told the irelia that I pinged 4 times because Darius was roaming, well she ignored this learning opportunity, blamed me anyway. Every player decides for themself. Maybe this player didn't see the pings so at this point they could just realize that they need to pay more attention to pings or just to the map in general. You say this is a bad environment for learning but at the same time you are taking away the players responsibility and giving them an excuse. The environment you are actually creating is this: If anyone says anything that triggers you, you are right and they are wrong and you report them, and because you are right you just keep doing the wrong thing and keep reporting everybody that disagrees.
: Assuming that all League Players are Male
I mean sure, if you want attention you do care about such irrelevant things. Otherwise you just play the game and get addressed as whatever champion your are playing. The reality is, your gender doesn't matter. Most players will only care about how you play.
: Assuming that all League Players are Male
I recently clicked on some random stream on twitch when I was looking for reworked Morgana gameplay. The streamer was a very young girl who received a bit of critique from her ADC she was supporting on Morgana so she proceeded to spam wards in useless spots and wast her spells / miss them on purpose, baited team mates and then walked away letting them die. She was having a good laugh. Lesson to learn: kids will troll regardless of gender.
: I was going to type a response up and address this, but honestly I read your post and got to this line: >I am just pissed off now and you are not gonna "reform" me. LMAO There's no point in trying to address it. Clearly you know that this was not in the right. I'd definitely recommend amending your behaviour. It starts at a chat restriction, but if you continue to display negativity in your games like this... it escalates.
Sure I can stop chatting, but that doesn't change my opinion. It just means I hide it. I am aware of the fact that there are players out there who get triggered super hard and proceed to ruin games, but avoiding the issue doesn't solve it. If you play 10 games and always forget to look at the map and use your wards and you get negative reactions from other players every time you will eventually think...ok maybe I am actually doing something wrong. But if Riot Games gives players the tools to shield themselves and defend their ignorance from normal human reaction then they are not making the game better. Actually what I noticed over the last years is that players get triggered much much easier and ruin games over stuff like getting pinged 1 time too often... It's llike...ok when somebody says things I don't like I can punish them by reporting them, but when they ping me I guess we are back to trolling. The way this behavior developes seems to be either completely independent from Riots attempt to "fix toxicity" or they are actually just shifting it to the gameplay side. They are supporting a really bad attitude... and losing respect.
xFluffe (EUW)
: Is there a consequence for intentional feeding?
Only when you are doing it really obviously like literally announcing it in chat and having ridiculously bad KDA. If you just troll a bit like always avoiding fights, not helping your team on purpose, stealing farm, you won't get detected for a very long time or never. Kids are doing this all the time if they get "offended" by a ping or chat whatever, really meaningless stuff and then they just don't try to win anymore and vote no on FF. The most likely consequence is that you get chat restricted because you react to their plays like a normal human being and say something "negative". And you will obviously get reported because that's what mad kids do, reporting everyone.
Murdarici (EUNE)
: > Salty Mc Feed: i am not flaming they warned you that you do, you don't believe them, and now you have the proof you did! > Context Context doesn't matter, the AI scan your **own **chat logs not the dialogue. *************** You had your team, it not matter if you are right or wrong, or if they play bad and trigger you, and also harassment don't need to be namecallign or cursing you can harass and be toxic using normal words with blame (what you did). these are the rules, you get angry you mute and wait till game end, if you harass your team no matter if they are bad or annoying or jerks you get punished to ************* Ps: with good behavior I leveled from honor level 1 to 2 in less then a month
Where did I flame / harass somebody? That's ridiculous. Is it harassing to tell our jungler with 7 kills that he needs to carry? is it harassing to expect a Jinx to do auto attack in team fight where everyone else gets focused before them and they are literally within 600 range of a jinx who still has mana? If I can't even say that then it's no surprise that this game keeps getting worse. These players were actually soft inting. Players are too focused on being offended and replying with generic phrases that are completely irrelevant, like pointing out somebodies KDA 10 times in a row or saying "noob haha", "you are just bad", "just go afk". I didn't say anything like that, because it's too stupid. You see the difference is, an ADC that doesn't auto attack and the player with the most gold on the team afk farming jungle never going for objectives or helping anywhere, that IS very relevant for the match and a reason why you should just FF and stop wasting time. That's all I care about, either they start playing properly, or they FF. It's really not that hard. So you are telling me I am harassing somebody by telling them what they did or calling them out on their troll gameplay? Basically if somebody runs it down and I tell them to stop inting. That's probably "harassing"too. F this community, seriously. In your battle against toxicity you just completely lost it and turned the game into pure shit.
Rioter Comments
: Was just thinking the same lol
I think the number one reason why people start smoking is because somebody else is talking them into trying it or because they have a lot of friends that do or family. I started smoking when I was 18 because my cousin convinced me to try it. Until then I was always against it although a lot of my friends started smoking with 13/14. I kinda liked the kick so I kept doing it. I am pretty sure if I didn't start smoking back then I would have absolutely no reason to start because of LoL. I mean you don't play a match of LoL and afterwards you suddenly wanna go and buy cigarettes although you never did that before... you wouldn't even get that idea.
Forsaken1 (EUNE)
: How many of you have started smoking because of League of Legends?
Why would you start smoking because of a game if you didn't smoke before? How does that work?

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