holyE shit i won my first game in 3 days
aram katarina ult penta
Today I got a Kassadin that lost against Lux and rushed AA
Had to check to make sure he wasn't under lvl30.
played 2 more games after that duo with wp
lost the first
carried the second as corki
1485 now, 1 more than when i started so it all works out
Who wants to help me level my lvl 8 NA smurf? I just got Olaf and I'm ready to grind.
whats the point in having a smurf thats over level 5? or do you just intend to have an alt?
playing at like level 10 after raging at level 30 all day is extremely refreshing
that's why I play customs by myself (bots) whenever I lose a lot
What are some fun champions that can be built lots of different ways like AP, AD, AS, TANK. idk
Maybe I'm the only one who thinks this, but I find that Support is the weakest archetype in League of Legends.
I remember when I thought that Dragon and Baron were things only the jungler would try and kill and only by themselves. Like they were little side-quests that they could do for fun.
Ah, noob days.
I always built infinity edge as my last item.
Why not, AP carries' autoattacks won't be useless!
haven't played league in 5 days
Trist on my team rushed a bloodrazor. They stacked mr cause I was a fed AP and it did nothing. Why don't people just build well?
Just found out this game is pay to win.
Will that ruin gameplay for me any, or are there areas where you can play with "free" players?
I'll probably just be playing this with friends anyway though.
GODLIKE MAD DOG JUNGLE JANNA
Their team was so mad when I was laying down those mad janna ganks.
Besides the typical "pay a bit of money for faster leveling up/in-game money income" the only other stuff you can buy is miscellaneous account changes and cosmetic skins.
There is no reason to spend money on this game unless you are either impatient or want to change the look of your favorite champions.
You can't even get runes with real money, in game currency only. I don't know how anyone even gets the impression it is pay to win in any way.
He must've thought the fact that you can buy champions with real money, even though you could use currency meant that it was pay 2 win, which in a way, it somewhat is.
He also ~~told~~ me that the "buyable" champions are better. Also must've been what he was getting at.
Like all you can pay for are skins, XP and IP boosts, the latter of which help, but I mean if they're ahead of you in levels you won't play with them, and most people around will try to keep as complete a rune page as they can anyway
The only difference is that you grinded for the former, and just bought the latter
Champions are like $10 each. I've spent around $100 on League of Legends and only once I've bought a champion with real money and I regretted it shortly after.
Nope. All the champions are obtainable through ingame currency or real money. The only reason you would spend real money is to own some champions faster. All the champions are really close in power in their respective roles. They are all balanced decently well and their power has absolutely nothing to do with how you obtain them.
There is nothing pay to win about LoL at all. I've played probably 3000 games, take my word on it.
so I went on mobafire to see if they still have dumb top rated guides.
Top rated Fiora guide suggests on hit items only, which include Madred's Bloodrazor. and "get Q at lvl4 and only use it when you're sure you can get the kill".
mobafire never change
I tend to favor lolpro.com now. Some solomid.net guides are outdated.
I like the site interface, but it seems there is only 1 guide per champion at least for the 5 or so champions I looked at.
I checked one of my favorite champions that I play very well, Corki, and was disappointed to see that the only guide had just a typical ad carry build and that was all. Corki can be played with a triforce or with a black cleaver build (which is how I play him and I have a 70% win rate with him). So hopefully they keep adding guides but for now I'll probably just sift through the solomid guides.
wp needs to carry me.
also im using guides less and less, yay.