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League is Confusing Sometimes...
Think I'm getting pretty good with these titles...
So, after the hundred-odd comments on my last blog (thanks for the input everyone! I appreciate it all!), I've decided to take on something a bit... larger. I would like to start a blog or blog series about ALL of the skills, terms, and concepts that the community feels should be standard knowledge by level 30. I'm calling on all of you, every single person, to help me establish this compendium. I want all of you that read this to leave a comment telling a story about a time you or someone you played with/against didn't know something that caused a game-changing moment. I know a lot of them already myself, so I'll put the main ones that took me a long time to learn here, and we'll go from there.
Note: Most of these seem relatively easy, but I think it's important to put them in just in case.
Amu or Mumu or Mummy: Amumu
Fid or Fiddle: Fiddlesticks
Gang or GP: Gangplank
Jarv or J4: Jarvan IV
Kass (not to be confused with Cass): Kassadin
Kha or Khaz: Kha'Zix
Lee: Lee Sin
Yi: Master Yi
MF: Miss Fortune
Mord or Morde: Mordekaiser
Noc or Noct: Nocturne
Ren or Renek: Renekton
Reng or Jengar: Rengar
Trynd or Tryndy: Tryndamere
TF: Twisted Fate
Wu or Wuk: Wukong
Xin: Xin Zhao
Important Game Terms
Note: Again, most of these are common knowledge but I think they're important
Gank: When one of the opponents outside of your lane comes into your lane by surprise to try and kill you or force you out of lane
ss or SS: Mi"ss"ing. Means an enemy has left their lane and may be going for a gank. May also include the modifier "Top", "Mid", or "Bot" to tell what lane the person left from. Generally seen more on the EU servers.
MIA: Missing in Action. Same basic function as 'ss'.
Care: Used when asking a person or lane to be careful. Usually means an opponent is on the way down or may already be there.
Obviously I'd like to add a lot more to this list and probably make more blogs on this topic. Any help is greatly appreciated.