I HAVE CLOSED THIS BECAUSE THERE HAVE BEEN TOO MANY REPITITIOUS COMMENTS REGARDING SEASON 1 META. THAT, AND MY INBOX IS BLOWING UP BECAUSE THIS THREAD :/
Iv always been an advocate of experimenting with the Meta and finding a way around playing ADC/Support bot(even though I love being either one of those roles). Well I happened upon a group of people who didnt mind me playing Caitlyn mid. I asked If I could mid instead of our Ahri, and Ahri take another ADC since there was an empty spot with a supp at bot. Well the reason I did this was they sent wukong mid. I absolutely destroyed him in every regard. And this domination led me to think, what if we just send ADC mid alone so they can level faster just as we send APC's mid and then rework bottom lane so it doesnt have a second ADC? Now I know I know ADC's do not need levels, they need items and with a dual lane its easier to achieve items, but mid lane is easier to farm and it is much more tense in comparison to bottom lane. Most ADC players including myself do not play aggro unless its necessary as you do not want to put yourself in danger unless you absolutely have to. With this in mind, Mid would be a farm fest and since a decent player knows how to freeze lane, junglers could gank easier and much quicker since the mids wouldve poked each other down prior. This can go either way and it does have its flaws but its just an idea. I am well aware of the flaws it has so do not flame me over it. In my opinion the current meta is pretty damn good but it gets boring/annoying after awhile because its so damn easy for mid and top to snowball out of control. I havent done this much and I dont plan to unless they decide to send a fighter mid as ranged carrys can shut down fighters unless jungle decides to camp lane.
This post probably sounds kinda sparse, not well thought out and badly written but idk, im sitting in a class and remembered the thought. Just decided to post on it to see just how many people DONT flame the post.
EDIT: I was posting in regards to the current meta and how this would work against what were doing now.