CytheGuy (NA)
: Which Asian ethnicity are you, just out of curiosity?
One35 (NA)
: hire me pls I have 54% winrate in hackathons
Swarovsko (EUW)
: LOL THAT PASSIVE AGRRESSIVE MECHANIC TEACH ME SENPAI
Brascus (NA)
: Choice in runes went from goal oriented preference to being reductive
Think of the plus sides. You won't spend that much time on the game. And won't get addicted. Therefore you won't spend that much money. League has become more lifestyle oriented "only use what you need" less gaming = greater life results and time to improve
: lol whether you want to admit it or not, this is definitely passive aggressive.. but, I do agree with what you're saying, it's honestly really nice to not feel glued to the game anymore. My first time ever feeling like a casual league gamer since starting the game back in season 3, and it's actually pretty refreshing!
Yeah that describes it right. I also find myself not buying anything anymore. I feel like this promotion of "only use what you need" mentality is a positive one for new younger players. Playing casually and less often is also great.
: so you're telling me that you can spend hours theorycrafting of where a max of like 500g worth of flat stats goes, but you can't do that with legitimately impactful runes?
No no no. I didn't mean that. The new runes are definitley impactful just far more simplified. I have no prejudice against them. Think of me as a power user, I was addicted to fine tuning of using both a primary attribute (runes) and secondary (masteries) which created many possibilities but could definitely be difficult to understand for newer players. But again and I don't know if it was Ritos intention but I've lost my addiction with the new system and I believe it's a good thing not just for me but for younger ppl to not spend the time learning these things and be a casual. Achieve goals in life
: I've got to wonder how making their game more appealing to less dedicated players, what you refer to as "casual" in the post, when people are only playing maybe 1-2 games a week, will they really be willing to waste money on a skin that they will basically never see?
It helps kids like me, when I started playing at 18, to control ourselves from spending in-game money where it could be invested to our savings accounts or mutual funds. I think rito did a great job here, sending a enlightening message to everyone "We don't want you to spend money here, we think the more you invest in yourselves outside the game, the better your off with league of legends ¯\_(ツ)_/¯"
: lol whether you want to admit it or not, this is definitely passive aggressive.. but, I do agree with what you're saying, it's honestly really nice to not feel glued to the game anymore. My first time ever feeling like a casual league gamer since starting the game back in season 3, and it's actually pretty refreshing!
Yup gives me more time to do my real job. Recruiting for google
: Holy smokes. Hey congrats man good to see fellow addicts quit.
Thanks dude!! Everyone says I'm like a new person now. I don't just talk about league anymore I read books and talk about finances and personal development.
: I've actually been on other games more too
Wow that's great. I honestly didn't get to explore what other games offered and I've been doing that too. I feel like I'm no longer obligated to a game anymore. They made a great casual environment giving me flexibility and freedom.
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