Alright, so a while ago, i joined this wiki, and I posted a thread on my ranked experiences. Here is that post if you want to read it. That was earlier in season 4, and now the season is almost over. Worlds is done, and the season will be ending in a few short weeks, yet I have not posted anything since. However, since that time, I have progressed to gold II, and it is funny, because that is exactly where i predicted i would be able to reach in the previous post. What i stated in that post still holds true; I still believe that as i progress through the ranks, the community becomes better (generally speaking). Yeah sure there are still ragers, feeders, afkers, etc. etc. and there always will be. But as a whole, I have enjoyed League more a…Read more >
Please note: This is not a complaint post, it is intended to be a healthy recap of League of Legends in general. Alright, so I am new to the wiki, and relatively new to league itself, (I only started playing last year). I managed to hit lvl 30 before S3 ranked was over, and being the new player I was, thought, "Hey, ranked will be fun. It will be a totally new experience with the best of the best players." Nope. It was full of terrible players who refused to cooperate, and cussed out any player on the team that had one more death then they did kills. After my placement matches, I ended in bronze IV I believe. (It may have been V, but the point is that it was not a good placement XD). So, after playing ranked until the season ended, I got …Read more >
Alright, I know this issue has been tackled before, but I felt like I needed to say something myself.
Champs are often picked for their ability to gapclose or escape, and for little to no other reason. Champs like , , , etc. While I know that not all people follow this (or any) fad, an overwhelming number of people need mobility in order to play.
I however, do not see why we need mobility to play a champ. I love low to no mobility champs like , , , and . I find that I can cope just fine without the high mobility with good positioning, and I feel like it forces you to develop a little more insight into gameplay mechanics and helps you make smart plays.
What do you think?Read more >