I'm currently trying to improve my level of play by watching my matches and finding the biggest mistakes/ways to improve to become a better player. I've discovered that I find much more fun in playing when games have a good level of play ; that is mainly why I want to become better in fact.
I'm not playing ranked games at the moment (people get mad about ranking) but normal draft games. I'm playing as a jungler in most of my games and this is my prefered role. I dont like being stuck in the lane and I feel that, despite having less resources, the jungler can (and should if played properly) have a great impact on the game.
However, finding my own mistakes can be a bit hard and I would like people to watch my games and give me their feelings/advice about it ; what I should or shouldn't do in my next games, etc. The games are in LoLReplay form and can be watched by anyone (light files). LoLReplay is quite nice, you can watch the game in x2 or x4 speed and time-zoom on whatever you want to see more precisely, come back in the game and so on. They did quite a good work with it. The files are in 'Spectator mode' so you have the full stats for everyone in the game, which is great.
Favorite junglers : Jarvan IV, Malphite, Amumu, Hecarim, Lee Sin, Cho Gath, Trundle, Fiddlesticks, Shyvana, Xin Zhao, Dr Mundo
Would anyone be interested by helping me getting better ? I would need feedback/review about : teamp composition, jungling routes, ganking decisions, execution ('technical review'), itemization, teamfight behavior, team objectives/decisions.
Thanks in advance, any help is appreciated.
Edit : if someone knows why the full spectator mode is avialable in the games I recorded as a player, please tell me.