: they've pretty much quietly moved patches to Wednesdays{{sticker:sg-lulu}} now
There is no god, he’s dead.
: Patch 9.12 notes
The patch better be today... it’s suppose to be on Tuesday..
: [OFF TOPIC] Sony announced the Gaymer system is going on the open market next year...
This is a bit much, I get LGBTQ People to want to be recognized, and accepted, but legit making a rainbow PlayStation and calling it "gaymer edition" is over the top... So heres how you fix it. remove the rainbow, and change the background to the sans boss fight, with the heart as the soul.
: Qiyana Rundown
Falrein (EUW)
: If you could meet your favourite champions once...
Not a Champion, But Aery. Me: Aery, Stay With Me Forever Aery: Boops my nose and flies away Me: D:
: Comprehensive Season 9 League of Legends Waifu Chart
: Please. I didn't get Mastery 7 on Varus to have Lux show up all the time
> [{quoted}](name=OtakuBurrito,realm=NA,application-id=yrc23zHg,discussion-id=usA5YkJk,comment-id=0000,timestamp=2019-06-06T13:28:34.817+0000) > > Please. I didn't get Mastery 7 on Varus to have Lux show up all the time Are you talking about the background? or the Mastery point medals?
: What Happened to the Trials
They Announced It was going to be announced on 6/6, So sometime today. https://twitter.com/Xenogenic/status/1136027844478246912 Twitter
kb0rnz (NA)
: My Brother contracted Necrotizing Fasciitis (Flesh-Eating Disease)
: Riot still owes us Aatrox in pink speedos
Wolfeur (EUW)
: > [{quoted}](name=Àéry,realm=NA,application-id=yrc23zHg,discussion-id=szLQftZI,comment-id=000a0000,timestamp=2019-06-04T17:50:35.324+0000) > > I've never taken part in D&D, although I've wanted to I'm clueless on how it really works. You should definitely try it. It's a very unique experience. You just need to find a table to play with. Edit: by "table", I mean a group. I forget that I use a very specific terminology.
> [{quoted}](name=Wolfeur,realm=EUW,application-id=yrc23zHg,discussion-id=szLQftZI,comment-id=000a00000000,timestamp=2019-06-04T18:08:20.159+0000) > > You should definitely try it. It's a very unique experience. You just need to find a table to play with. > > Edit: by "table", I mean a group. I forget that I use a very specific terminology. I do have a table to play with, it's just a lot of work to set up, at least that's what I've heard.
nasu010 (NA)
: am serious there be 25- 33 year olds looking like snacks even after 2 kids and am 23 speaking from experience
nasu010 (NA)
: leave your country
Wolfeur (EUW)
: When you create a Pact of the Chain Warlock in D&D, do you give your spirit familiar a background?
> [{quoted}](name=Wolfeur,realm=EUW,application-id=yrc23zHg,discussion-id=szLQftZI,comment-id=000a,timestamp=2019-06-04T14:45:39.108+0000) > > When you create a Pact of the Chain Warlock in D&D, do you give your spirit familiar a background? I've never taken part in D&D, although I've wanted to I'm clueless on how it really works.
: Can we finally get a teenage kid Champion?
I'm Pretty Sure Lux/Ezreal Are "Teenagers" I don't know their exact age tho. Edit: Nvm bout Lux.. But APPARENTLY SHES A Witch Because No Way is Lux 27 and still looking like a straight snack.
: Not Council. We left the other 3 houses fight it out since we carry games with my big brains year round. Shout out out to league's equivalent of Ravenclaw.
> [{quoted}](name=OtakuBurrito,realm=NA,application-id=yrc23zHg,discussion-id=RIFAww6P,comment-id=0003,timestamp=2019-06-04T12:24:28.601+0000) > > No Council. We left the other 3 houses fight it out since we carry games with my big brains year round. > > Shout out out to league's equivalent of Ravenclaw. FOR THE COUNCIL!
DalekZec (EUNE)
: Fun fact: Aery means "my dick" in Arabic. X) (The spelling is different but the pronunciation is mostly accurate)
> [{quoted}](name=DalekZec,realm=EUNE,application-id=yrc23zHg,discussion-id=szLQftZI,comment-id=0002,timestamp=2019-06-03T15:17:09.460+0000) > > Fun fact: Aery means "my dick" in Arabic. X) > > (The spelling is different but the pronunciation is mostly accurate) Lol, Really? Dang
: > [{quoted}](name=Sugoi Usagi UwU,realm=NA,application-id=yrc23zHg,discussion-id=szLQftZI,comment-id=00030000,timestamp=2019-06-03T18:34:21.571+0000) > > I’m always up for some good fan made lore, even if it’s not official it’s interesting to read what others might come up with. Once in a small mage village there was a young girl who loved to play with all of the creatures she came in contact with. However, the small girl had a habit of constantly trying to bring home wild animals that often caused her village a great deal of trouble. She often brought back cubs, birds, and an occasional voiding or two. Needless the say, the parents of those young creatures weren't happy. Many people in the village scolded her, telling her she was naughty and should never try to make friends with the creatures in the forest because it would bring ruin. Her father heard what others had to say and told the village he would take care of it. So that night he made her favorite stew and took her out to a clearing to look at the stars. The father spoke, "Do you know why it's bad to hold onto things?" "No. Why?" "Because if you hold onto things then you never get to see if they truly love you." "Love you?" "Yes. If you let something go and it comes back, then you know it truly loves you." "Is that why mom left? To see if you would come back?" "No, your mother left for different reasons. She thought Noxus was her future and her and I didn't agree." "Does that mean I have to leave when we don't agree?" "No. Of course not." "Then I don't understand the point of this story." The father sighed, pinching the bridge of his nose, pushing up his dented frames. "What I'm trying to say is, you can't continue to bring wild animals into the village. Their families are sad that you take them away. Wouldn't you be sad if someone took me away from you?" The girl thought for a moment. Her eyes thinking on how to respond. "Yeah. I guess I would be pretty sad. Even if it was mom." "Yeah..." The father scratched his neck, clearing his throat to continue. "I'm not saying don't make friends. What I'm saying is, let an animal come to you and hopefully it will come back to see you the next day." "And the next day?!" "And the next." Suddenly, a bush rustled, and out popped a small fox. The fox came over to the small family, barking and wagging it's tail happily. The father spoke. "See look, you've already made a friend. If we leave now, we can come back tomorrow and see if our friend returns." And so the father and daughter began their nightly ritual. Each day they worked, improving the young girl's magic, having dinner, and then going out to the field to see if their fox friend returned. And return it did each day to that magical Summer. Soon, Fall came, and then Winter. And the Winter was harsh. But even so, the girl and her father continued to visit the fox each day until it's red summer coat with white trim turned white with blue trim. And while they did not stay long, each day the friends were all happy to greet one another. But, it was on one particular day that a storm threatened the village and hunting would prove impossible. Fearful, the town people sent out every available man to hunt every animal possible for the upcoming hardship. Fearful, the small girl ran to the clearing, where the fox normally met her and her father, as fast as she could. She searched endlessly for the creature, lifting every small rock and shaking every branch until her hands began to numb. She was about to give up hope, sure that her fox friend was already gone. She sank into the snow, defeated, until she felt something touch her knee. It was her fox friend. Overjoyed she squealed. Elated that her friend was alive. Gently she picked up the small fox, channeling magic in her small finger, and marked the symbol of protection over it's head. Mumbling softly she chanted that she would like her, her father, and the fox to all make it through the storm. She brought the fox closer, touching it's forehead with her's and told the fox to go find a safe place, that she would see it soon. The girl walked home, nightfall came, and the girl and her father hunkered down for the night. Against the window snow and hail beat against the window relentlessly, but everyone made it through the night. In the morning, stew was made and served. Everyone was given a ration box with associated meats in the likelihood that the village was snowed in. That night, the father and daughter looked in their box. The girl upset that there may be fox in their rations. With everything laid out the father showed the girl that none of it was fox. And so, the days turned to nights, and the nights seemed endless as the snow storm seemed to never stop pounding against their little home. Even when the firewood and rations seemed to run low they never ran out. The house was always warm. The worst of the snow seemed to miss their home. Their father was able to fetch things from the shed, the path he made always seemingly clear. Weeks later, the terrible storm finally passed, uncovering the sleepy village. The father slipped on his shoes and begin to make his usual rounds around the village. But there was no one. Not a soul in sight. The father began to knock on windows and doors, none produced an answer. Worried, the man began to open doors, and one after one he discovered the corpses on his friends. No one had made it. Not even the cook. The friendly warm old woman that had served them all stew the night before being snowed in. As he looked around, he saw that her cook book open to a recipe for fox stew with the remnants of a spoiled pot. To the side of the pot he saw a familiar white and blue pelt with a protection symbol drawn on the head. Panicked the man ran, stumbling in the snow, tearing for his home. Frantic, he kicked open the door to see a blue creature floating around his daughter. She giggled as the creature flew around her head. "Look Dad. My friend came back. But it looks different." With tear filled eyes, the man lowered to his knees, taking his daughter's hands in his. "Sweetie, listen to Daddy, this is important. I need to know did you do anything to your friend?" The girl lowered her head. "Am I in trouble?" "No sweetie. Daddy just needs to know." The girl mumbled a quiet, "I did." The father grabbed his daughter hugging her close and crying. His daughter had saved them from the terrible storm without even knowing it. The energy to go on, survive, all of their ratios that never seemed to end came from the fox no doubt stealing from their neighbors. Everyone knew that not everyone would make it. There wasn't enough to go around. Not even if they only had half of their village would they be able to survive. And so the man sat on the floor hugging his only daughter crying as an air like spirit fox drifted around their head providing them warmth. But what the father and girl would never know is what actually happened on that day. That shortly after the girl protected the fox, it was trapped along with the rest of it's family. Every mage knew that to mess with another's pet would always prove fatal. But with the storm ahead the hunters agree it was a necessary evil. That despite all the wisdom the old chef had she still killed and skinned the creature that obviously had the magic of a mage bursting through its veins. And so that night, as the villagers laid down to sleep, and that morning's meal was deep in their bellied, each died violently. Their rations and wood never once touched in their homes.
> [{quoted}](name=OtakuBurrito,realm=NA,application-id=yrc23zHg,discussion-id=szLQftZI,comment-id=000300000000,timestamp=2019-06-03T23:12:22.480+0000) > > Once in a small mage village there was a young girl who loved to play with all of the creatures she came in contact with. However, the small girl had a habit of constantly trying to bring home wild animals that often caused her village a great deal of trouble. She often brought back cubs, birds, and an occasional voiding or two. Needless the say, the parents of those young creatures weren't happy. Many people in the village scolded her, telling her she was naughty and should never try to make friends with the creatures in the forest because it would bring ruin. > > Her father heard what others had to say and told the village he would take care of it. So that night he made her favorite stew and took her out to a clearing to look at the stars. The father spoke, > > "Do you know why it's bad to hold onto things?" > "No. Why?" > "Because if you hold onto things then you never get to see if they truly love you." > "Love you?" > "Yes. If you let something go and it comes back, then you know it truly loves you." > "Is that why mom left? To see if you would come back?" > "No, your mother left for different reasons. She thought Noxus was her future and her and I didn't agree." > "Does that mean I have to leave when we don't agree?" > "No. Of course not." > "Then I don't understand the point of this story." > > The father sighed, pinching the bridge of his nose, pushing up his dented frames. > > "What I'm trying to say is, you can't continue to bring wild animals into the village. Their families are sad that you take them away. Wouldn't you be sad if someone took me away from you?" > > The girl thought for a moment. Her eyes thinking on how to respond. > > "Yeah. I guess I would be pretty sad. Even if it was mom." > "Yeah..." > > The father scratched his neck, clearing his throat to continue. > > "I'm not saying don't make friends. What I'm saying is, let an animal come to you and hopefully it will come back to see you the next day." > "And the next day?!" > "And the next." > > Suddenly, a bush rustled, and out popped a small fox. The fox came over to the small family, barking and wagging it's tail happily. The father spoke. > > "See look, you've already made a friend. If we leave now, we can come back tomorrow and see if our friend returns." > > > And so the father and daughter began their nightly ritual. Each day they worked, improving the young girl's magic, having dinner, and then going out to the field to see if their fox friend returned. And return it did each day to that magical Summer. Soon, Fall came, and then Winter. And the Winter was harsh. But even so, the girl and her father continued to visit the fox each day until it's red summer coat with white trim turned white with blue trim. And while they did not stay long, each day the friends were all happy to greet one another. > > But, it was on one particular day that a storm threatened the village and hunting would prove impossible. Fearful, the town people sent out every available man to hunt every animal possible for the upcoming hardship. Fearful, the small girl ran to the clearing, where the fox normally met her and her father, as fast as she could. She searched endlessly for the creature, lifting every small rock and shaking every branch until her hands began to numb. She was about to give up hope, sure that her fox friend was already gone. She sank into the snow, defeated, until she felt something touch her knee. It was her fox friend. > > Overjoyed she squealed. Elated that her friend was alive. Gently she picked up the small fox, channeling magic in her small finger, and marked the symbol of protection over it's head. Mumbling softly she chanted that she would like her, her father, and the fox to all make it through the storm. She brought the fox closer, touching it's forehead with her's and told the fox to go find a safe place, that she would see it soon. > > The girl walked home, nightfall came, and the girl and her father hunkered down for the night. Against the window snow and hail beat against the window relentlessly, but everyone made it through the night. In the morning, stew was made and served. Everyone was given a ration box with associated meats in the likelihood that the village was snowed in. > > That night, the father and daughter looked in their box. The girl upset that there may be fox in their rations. With everything laid out the father showed the girl that none of it was fox. > > And so, the days turned to nights, and the nights seemed endless as the snow storm seemed to never stop pounding against their little home. Even when the firewood and rations seemed to run low they never ran out. The house was always warm. The worst of the snow seemed to miss their home. Their father was able to fetch things from the shed, the path he made always seemingly clear. > > Weeks later, the terrible storm finally passed, uncovering the sleepy village. The father slipped on his shoes and begin to make his usual rounds around the village. But there was no one. Not a soul in sight. The father began to knock on windows and doors, none produced an answer. Worried, the man began to open doors, and one after one he discovered the corpses on his friends. No one had made it. Not even the cook. The friendly warm old woman that had served them all stew the night before being snowed in. As he looked around, he saw that her cook book open to a recipe for fox stew with the remnants of a spoiled pot. To the side of the pot he saw a familiar white and blue pelt with a protection symbol drawn on the head. > > Panicked the man ran, stumbling in the snow, tearing for his home. Frantic, he kicked open the door to see a blue creature floating around his daughter. She giggled as the creature flew around her head. > > "Look Dad. My friend came back. But it looks different." > > With tear filled eyes, the man lowered to his knees, taking his daughter's hands in his. > > "Sweetie, listen to Daddy, this is important. I need to know did you do anything to your friend?" > > The girl lowered her head. > > "Am I in trouble?" > "No sweetie. Daddy just needs to know." > > The girl mumbled a quiet, "I did." > > The father grabbed his daughter hugging her close and crying. His daughter had saved them from the terrible storm without even knowing it. The energy to go on, survive, all of their ratios that never seemed to end came from the fox no doubt stealing from their neighbors. Everyone knew that not everyone would make it. There wasn't enough to go around. Not even if they only had half of their village would they be able to survive. And so the man sat on the floor hugging his only daughter crying as an air like spirit fox drifted around their head providing them warmth. > > But what the father and girl would never know is what actually happened on that day. That shortly after the girl protected the fox, it was trapped along with the rest of it's family. Every mage knew that to mess with another's pet would always prove fatal. But with the storm ahead the hunters agree it was a necessary evil. That despite all the wisdom the old chef had she still killed and skinned the creature that obviously had the magic of a mage bursting through its veins. And so that night, as the villagers laid down to sleep, and that morning's meal was deep in their bellied, each died violently. Their rations and wood never once touched in their homes. ....Holy shit, this was actually insane. When I typically get something made its sub-par or just kinda bad, but this was amazing. I actually enjoyed reading this ( and I hate reading). If riot released this as Aery's lore, I would 100% believe it. I'm just astonished.. You got a talent, Holy Shit. {{sticker:slayer-pantheon-thumbs}}
: Do you guys want me to make lore for her or...I mean I can.
> [{quoted}](name=OtakuBurrito,realm=NA,application-id=yrc23zHg,discussion-id=szLQftZI,comment-id=0003,timestamp=2019-06-03T16:33:15.411+0000) > > Do you guys want me to make lore for her or...I mean I can. I’m always up for some good fan made lore, even if it’s not official it’s interesting to read what others might come up with.
: What!! Your E key looks like a tiny penis!!
> [{quoted}](name=Smashed Hash,realm=NA,application-id=Ir7ZrJjF,discussion-id=8XFEvEEZ,comment-id=00000000,timestamp=2019-06-03T14:43:30.805+0000) > > What!! Your E key looks like a tiny penis!! That’s yours ;3
Infernape (EUW)
: Fun fact. Aery has the same symbol on her head as Lamb and Wolf. Riot hasn't explained what it means.
> [{quoted}](name=Infernape,realm=EUW,application-id=yrc23zHg,discussion-id=szLQftZI,comment-id=0000,timestamp=2019-06-03T14:24:26.780+0000) > > Fun fact. Aery has the same symbol on her head as Lamb and Wolf. > > Riot hasn't explained what it means. I did see that, that’s the closest thing I’ve seen to “lore”. I’ve also seen some fan pics of kindred, wolf and Aery together
Rioter Comments
: We need Hunter x Hunter Skins!
I mean. if I was riot I would go with fairytail. Its easy, and fast. Just enlarge the breasts to an obscene size.
: Actual toplane and midlane player here - Don't fucking give me herald. When I recall I'm never at risk of being jumped. I'm also less likely to roam to a place where I can use it for a high-impact play. Especially if I'm on Nasus - I'm not going to use it before it expires anyways, since I'm almost certainly in that stage that I'm still looking for stacks rather than lane dominance.
Let me re-word it. If the top/mid laner doesn't want it fine. If its a champ that doesn't roam effectively ok, but I feel top/mid taking herald is the most efficient option in a lot of cases, and some cases the jungle should take it.
: Remember guys, the only way you win in this game is pick braindead
Classic Case of Being Low Elo and Complaining about Things that are Invalid. {{sticker:zombie-brand-facepalm}}
: Is Zed His Mobility And Damage Too High Compared To Other Assassin's?
Are you Okay Dude? You obviously haven't experienced a blue kayn before.
: If I were God Emperor of Riot and could do whatever I wanted for season 10..
Everything looks fine but ARAM. You said to make each champion showup as much as others, but how do you do that and balance teams (not poke into full bruisers)?
: Cause weebs like their safety nets in sets of 3. 1. Passive that blocks damage 2. Wall that blocks projectiles 3. R that doesn't put you under turret range. edit: in other words he's just one of Certainly T's overloaded champs. They have too many safety nets for bad plays. And When safety nets exist and bad plays don't, those safetys become a MASSIVE THREAT. Which is why his champs garner so much hate. Its like the reason I hated old Irelia. You start overpowering her, OH EAT THIS STUN! She's overpowering you, NO ESCAPE BEACH!
hEy SiR, I aM Of tHe wEeB cUltUre! hOw dArE U mAKe jOke AbOuT uS. Bbbbakaa
: Oh no cry me a river. You lost a game because of the client on like how many total games ? You've been playing since season 3 and now you're reacting like this ? Please grow up. Your world won't crumble because of that. And on top of that, you'll still be playing LoL tomorrow because you actually don't really care
Remember What you said right here because if you have or ever complain in game, or about the game, your wrong and your point of view is wrong. WRONG WRONG WRONG. xd{{sticker:slayer-jinx-catface}}
: Ok, but then it screws junglers like Lee Sin who need their wards to ward hop. That then screws the laner that picks it up since they now cant ward for jg ganks that could happen to them.
The jungler rarely should be the one to have the herald, typically top or mid takes it to exert pressure so the jungle can do dragon or take an objective. Plus Control Wards.
: Riot Russia just tweeted something that makes it look a *lot* like Volibear won, but of course this isn't 100% and it's likely to be announced shortly.
Ya I checked it out, Like he said it looks like he won, but Rito is Rito So.
: Riot Russia has made a tweet strongly implying that Volibear won the vote. The announcement should come shortly.
I just found it, It definitely sounds like Volibear won.
Rioter Comments
: The Rainbow Fluft Icon Returns!
Wheres the straight colors icon? Oh, wait... Can we just hurry up and accept everyone?
: Wait is this up a day early? Is the patch tomorrow? Like am I just stupid I swear patch notes were on Tuesdays.
Im wondering the same thing
: The vote for a 2020 VGU is up
Azal666 (EUNE)
: Hi there! Well i cant say i didnt flame few times my team (but only with good reason) but more you think about it: is it worth of your time while playing? When you play draft,do ever you want,relax and try something new like adc mid/jungle,tank karma or sunfire cape kata etc. In ranked games,focus on your play. Dont comment others in way to flame like "you are dogshit,brainless %%%%" etc. You have lane and you need to focus if you want to win. For ex: i played velkoz support and my adc wasnt that good at all. We were in game with 3 premades that won lanes. My adc flame me every single sec,i just told : flame me as much as you want but enemy adc is better and nothing you can do about it (i didnt say i am perfect support but i rly tryed to help him as much i can). So,decided to go with premades and help them. My adc throw more and more saying : velkoz lost my lane (which isnt true,botlane is 2v2,not 1v2). Then i just ignored her (cait adc) and won with premades. Adc didnt do anything great but throwing and bating for death. I didnt rage,i stayed calm and tryed to be focused on game. Every time you want to be toxic,think: is it worth? The answer is: no. Every time you type toxic words,you are losing in your head and that is the moment when you give up. Also ARAM can help to do funny shit and have fun (others too: URF,One for all,Nexsus Blitz.). I am the person who mostly play Solo Q and flex. I use flex to have fun in competitive way,trying diffrent champs. In solo q,only serious play. Oh,one more tip: when you play ranked,play 3 games per day. If you lose 2 games,dont play at all that day but if you win 3 games you can play more (2 or 1). Remeber to stay calm even when other lanes feed hard. You are playing for yourself,to upgrade your skill leves,micro and macro play. When you see players who are throwing and giving up,there is always report after the game. I do that every time someone flame me or they throw. I am not calm as a person,i am very nervous but somehow,when i play my favorite champ,i feel happy (losing or winning). Try to enjoy with champ,with friends and improve yourself to be less toxic. You will see it is lost of your time :)
> [{quoted}](name=Azal666,realm=EUNE,application-id=yrc23zHg,discussion-id=Hmjmkz9j,comment-id=0002,timestamp=2019-01-23T19:41:54.908+0000) > > Hi there! Well i cant say i didnt flame few times my team (but only with good reason) but more you think about it: is it worth of your time while playing? When you play draft,do ever you want,relax and try something new like adc mid/jungle,tank karma or sunfire cape kata etc. In ranked games,focus on your play. Dont comment others in way to flame like "you are dogshit,brainless %%%%" etc. You have lane and you need to focus if you want to win. For ex: i played velkoz support and my adc wasnt that good at all. We were in game with 3 premades that won lanes. My adc flame me every single sec,i just told : flame me as much as you want but enemy adc is better and nothing you can do about it (i didnt say i am perfect support but i rly tryed to help him as much i can). So,decided to go with premades and help them. My adc throw more and more saying : velkoz lost my lane (which isnt true,botlane is 2v2,not 1v2). Then i just ignored her (cait adc) and won with premades. Adc didnt do anything great but throwing and bating for death. I didnt rage,i stayed calm and tryed to be focused on game. Every time you want to be toxic,think: is it worth? The answer is: no. Every time you type toxic words,you are losing in your head and that is the moment when you give up. Also ARAM can help to do funny shit and have fun (others too: URF,One for all,Nexsus Blitz.). I am the person who mostly play Solo Q and flex. I use flex to have fun in competitive way,trying diffrent champs. In solo q,only serious play. Oh,one more tip: when you play ranked,play 3 games per day. If you lose 2 games,dont play at all that day but if you win 3 games you can play more (2 or 1). Remeber to stay calm even when other lanes feed hard. You are playing for yourself,to upgrade your skill leves,micro and macro play. When you see players who are throwing and giving up,there is always report after the game. I do that every time someone flame me or they throw. I am not calm as a person,i am very nervous but somehow,when i play my favorite champ,i feel happy (losing or winning). Try to enjoy with champ,with friends and improve yourself to be less toxic. You will see it is lost of your time :) Thanks for the examples, I'll make sure to use them in my ranked climb.
: Going to seem like a troll comment but it's not - CBD oil. Use it to chill out while you play.
> [{quoted}](name=ApothNinja,realm=NA,application-id=yrc23zHg,discussion-id=Hmjmkz9j,comment-id=0004,timestamp=2019-01-23T22:12:43.143+0000) > > Going to seem like a troll comment but it's not - CBD oil. Use it to chill out while you play. Alright I'll check it out {{sticker:sg-miss-fortune}}
: Here's what helps me: * I listen to my own music. Music tends to set a mood in your mind so listening to something you enjoy is pretty nice. I'll play something like Enya if I find I'm getting tilted. * I mute people or their pings if it looks like someone is going to abuse them. Someone spam mia pings on a teammate twice in a row? They're probably not going to ping anything useful and getting tilted will decrease my performance so I might as well mute them. * I tell/remind myself "But that's fine", "Whatever, it doesn't matter", or "I can see why they would make that mistake in the moment" if I get annoyed by a dumb teammate, unlucky situation, etc. I sometimes get brought down when I hear my friends complaining about something in chat even if they are right to. I don't want to be like that so I sometimes have to consciously forgive the situation. Even if the situation sucks, negativity won't fix anything but it will tilt people (yourself or your team if you're being toxic) and probably make the team play worse. Dismiss the negative and try to have fun, it is a game after all. * I take a short break. Sometimes I feel like I'm just too tilted by something so I'll play ARAM, some single-player game, or do something else IRL. Giving yourself a reason to feel good like being productive or helping others is a good way to counteract the negativity. Hope that helps a bit.
> [{quoted}](name=Raven Redeemed,realm=NA,application-id=yrc23zHg,discussion-id=Hmjmkz9j,comment-id=0003,timestamp=2019-01-23T20:19:27.024+0000) > > Here's what helps me: > > * I listen to my own music. Music tends to set a mood in your mind so listening to something you enjoy is pretty nice. I'll play something like Enya if I find I'm getting tilted. > * I mute people or their pings if it looks like someone is going to abuse them. Someone spam mia pings on a teammate twice in a row? They're probably not going to ping anything useful and getting tilted will decrease my performance so I might as well mute them. > * I tell/remind myself "But that's fine", "Whatever, it doesn't matter", or "I can see why they would make that mistake in the moment" if I get annoyed by a dumb teammate, unlucky situation, etc. I sometimes get brought down when I hear my friends complaining about something in chat even if they are right to. I don't want to be like that so I sometimes have to consciously forgive the situation. Even if the situation sucks, negativity won't fix anything but it will tilt people (yourself or your team if you're being toxic) and probably make the team play worse. Dismiss the negative and try to have fun, it is a game after all. > * I take a short break. Sometimes I feel like I'm just too tilted by something so I'll play ARAM, some single-player game, or do something else IRL. Giving yourself a reason to feel good like being productive or helping others is a good way to counteract the negativity. > > Hope that helps a bit. Thanks! these are some good tips. A lot of these I already use and they are very helpful. Thanks for taking the time to help a fellow summoner {{sticker:sg-ahri-2}}
Tomoe Gozen (EUNE)
: New Support champion identity confirmed!
Why the hell am I getting a spell thief lux vibe.
: What is your goal for this upcoming season?
To convince riot to NERF SINGED NERF SINGED NERF SINGED NERF SINGED NERF SINGED. And bramble vest.{{sticker:slayer-jinx-wink}}
: URF Buffs and Nerfs
Whats not balanced about Aram? Not sure where your coming from?
: When I feel tilted it helps to play a few ARAMs and just focus on having a good time (and be sure to feed those bootiful poros)
> [{quoted}](name=Apostle of Light,realm=NA,application-id=yrc23zHg,discussion-id=Hmjmkz9j,comment-id=0000,timestamp=2019-01-23T19:10:36.966+0000) > > When I feel tilted it helps to play a few ARAMs and just focus on having a good time (and be sure to feed those bootiful poros) Thanks! that's a good idea since Aram is a much less tense game mode! Also don't worry those poros are receiving all the biscuits "https://vignette.wikia.nocookie.net/leagueoflegends/images/a/a0/Poro_sticker_blush.png/revision/latest?cb=20180715222028"
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: > [{quoted}](name=Janna OCE,realm=NA,application-id=3ErqAdtq,discussion-id=zNIXAdXX,comment-id=001a,timestamp=2018-10-16T17:47:01.367+0000) and removing it would just bring the meta of adcs being a troll pick. That's what most people on the boards seem to want
Not that I play adc or like the role, but people who like adcs would suffer..
: Share your OWN thoughts on how you'd nerf Kai'Sa, Graves, Irelia, Aatrox, Urgot & Akali
I don't know why people think removing stormrazor{{item:3095}} is a good idea. Most current adcs rely on it, and removing it would just bring the meta of adcs being a troll pick.
: New Epic skin: Beemo
I can't BEElieve they added this
Korlyth (NA)
: I've always found that it's people who play champs like Katarina/Yasuo/Riven and think they're gods but have never played support more than auto-fill that end up saying shit like > They actually have less things to do. >BECAUSE YOU HAVE 0 FKING SKILL EXPRESSION IN A ROLE >. THIS IS WHY YOU PUT DUMB/NEW PEOPLE at it. and making themselves look dumb. CSing is effectively a mindless mini-game so calling that an expression of skill is ridiculous. A teamfights cognitive load is probably a better indicator of how 'brainless' a role or champion is. If we look at an ADC they basically have one yes/no question to keep asking themselves over and over again during a teamfight "can I R-click on them without dying? if I can, attack them, if I can't reposition and ask again" and somehow ADC isn't considered a 'brainless' roll... Ap carries are a little more variable but they're also just asking "can I drop my damage without dying or will a do enough damage to warrant dying? If yes, do damage. Else reposition and ask again" Meanwhile, a support is asking: 1. * who needs a shield/heal/guard? 2. * should I use my cc on that person or wait for the next? 3. * which active needs to be used and on who? 4. * do they need to misposition to distract and take damage so somebody else doesn't? 5. * do they need to sacrifice themselves for the team? 6. * do they need to drop wards for a laner to tp into (doubtful anybody else is going to do it)? 7. * do they need to drop wards in a bush to take their vision advantage away? 8. * should they press the attack with the frontline or peel? 9. _ do they focus peeling for ADC, APC or top-laner?_ 10._ Who on their team needs to be exhausted and when does that need to happen?_
> [{quoted}](name=Korlyth,realm=NA,application-id=3ErqAdtq,discussion-id=EE87bgi9,comment-id=000300020000000200000000000200010000000000000001,timestamp=2018-03-02T20:53:35.399+0000) > > I've always found that it's people who play champs like Katarina/Yasuo/Riven and think they're gods but have never played support more than auto-fill that end up saying shit like > > and making themselves look dumb. CSing is effectively a mindless mini-game so calling that an expression of skill is ridiculous. > > > > A teamfights cognitive load is probably a better indicator of how 'brainless' a role or champion is. > > If we look at an ADC they basically have one yes/no question to keep asking themselves over and over again during a teamfight "can I R-click on them without dying? if I can, attack them, if I can't reposition and ask again" and somehow ADC isn't considered a 'brainless' roll... > > Ap carries are a little more variable but they're also just asking "can I drop my damage without dying or will a do enough damage to warrant dying? If yes, do damage. Else reposition and ask again" > > Meanwhile, a support is asking: > 1. * who needs a shield/heal/guard? > 2. * should I use my cc on that person or wait for the next? > 3. * which active needs to be used and on who? > 4. * do they need to misposition to distract and take damage so somebody else doesn't? > 5. * do they need to sacrifice themselves for the team? > 6. * do they need to drop wards for a laner to tp into (doubtful anybody else is going to do it)? > 7. * do they need to drop wards in a bush to take their vision advantage away? > 8. * should they press the attack with the frontline or peel? > 9. _ do they focus peeling for ADC, APC or top-laner?_ > 10._ Who on their team needs to be exhausted and when does that need to happen?_ Exactly, Thank you..
: > [{quoted}](name=Janna OCE,realm=NA,application-id=3ErqAdtq,discussion-id=EE87bgi9,comment-id=0004000100000000,timestamp=2018-03-02T14:56:57.593+0000) > > Peeling is essential in games, and it's usually done by people who care, supports are usually those nice people who babysit their ADC in lane, and half the time they won't peel and if they don't get it they cry about it. I'm fine with nerfs to shields, but targetting Janna specifically is so unnecessary. Targeting Janna specifically is certainly necessary. I've played the game since season 3, and I've never once experienced a meta that didn't favor Janna. From 7.24 to now she's had a consistent 7% ish pick rate and a 52%+ winrate, and it's really a shame that I can't pull up more data for the moment being. I'll definitely get back to you with more proofs, but for now I can only say from personal experience that Janna has never felt shitty the way {{champion:238}} {{champion:91}} felt shitty in tank metas.
> [{quoted}](name=Steel Blossom,realm=NA,application-id=3ErqAdtq,discussion-id=EE87bgi9,comment-id=00040001000000000000,timestamp=2018-03-02T15:20:56.989+0000) > > Targeting Janna specifically is certainly necessary. I've played the game since season 3, and I've never once experienced a meta that didn't favor Janna. From 7.24 to now she's had a consistent 7% ish pick rate and a 52%+ winrate, and it's really a shame that I can't pull up more data for the moment being. I'll definitely get back to you with more proofs, but for now I can only say from personal experience that Janna has never felt shitty the way {{champion:238}} {{champion:91}} felt shitty in tank metas. I agree that Janna has been a favorable support since her release, but a downside to Janna is that she relies on her team so much, that if they all do horrible you're going to be even more useless like if zed/talon get behind they fall off super quick and become useless. And like I said, nerf shields I'm fine with that but don't target Janna, her ult is good for disengage and team fighting, but what about tarics who can literally make you invulnerable? Or Soraka who has a full team heal which heals a lot later on.
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