Zed genius (EUNE)
: Why is catchup xp a thing
i mean at least the kha is well ahead in gold, but catchup exp for junglers is literally the worst thing ever. promotes literally only ganking because if the enemy only farms jungle while you fail a ton of ganks, you just have to clear a few camps and you will only be like 1 level behind max. makes jungle the most brain dead role ever.
: Here's why: Let's say you're very relatively squishy, and only have 1300 health Let's say the mage overkills you by 100 damage, doing 1400 damage over a 5 second combo with the following damage distribution: Ability Damage Cooldown Q - 250 - 5s W - 300 - 10s E - 350 - 12s R - 500 - 100s The scumbag auto-attacker, on the other hand, auto attacks you once a second and does 200 a hit, overkilling you by 100 after 7s If you have 100 armor and MR, you got 50% damage reduction, which sets your effective health at 2600. Now the auto attacker kills you after 23s, just under twice as long. Makes sense, right? The poor mage on the other hand, does 1400 damage - then waits for q CD - then waits for W cooldown...so on. After 12 seconds, they've done 2550 damage - 50 damage to go. after 2.4 times as long. **But it then takes them a further three seconds to kill you, totalling 15s spent - three times as long as the initial combo**. TL;DR, the existence of cooldowns means damage reduction will always have a skewed effect towards AP champions reliant on burst.
The main reason is that armor scales while mr does not. champions have around 100 armor at lvl 18 while their mr stays at 30. For them to do the same damage, adcs will need to do more damage. however the problem is that 50 mr will reduce much more damage than 50 armor will. against a double flat pen build which reduces 30 mr to 0, 50 mr is a 50% increase in survivability, while 50 armor on top of 100 armor is only a 25% increase in survivability. so basically mr items are twice as efficient as armor items, which of course is completely unfair but riot thinks its ok. riot needs to completely rebalance how armor works and how physical damage works in line with mages.
Rioter Comments
: Zhonyas HourGlass , StopWatch, Guardian Angels
agreed, we need to swap GA and zhonyas active because being unable to do anything at all for 2.5 second is a lot better than not worrying about missing the timing or getting cced and then reviving with a decent amount of health afterwards
: Silver V Sona Support main looking for a coach
im very condescending, but last season got this smurf to d4 75% wr playing sona mid
: Playing anything besides a tank top lane vs an AP opponent is the worst
so basically you are complaining that rushing hexdrinker and winning lane easily isn't good enough lol
: Look at it this way. I could have 600 health or 700 health level one and my enemy has 600 health. Without the rune it is 600 to 600 With the rune the enemy gains 10% damage reduction and you gain 100 flat health. 600/.9=666 Assuming you are going for an early all in you still have the upper hand as far as damage goes. This rune isn't meant for people going for early fights though so the value is actually much greater than that. Typically people going for this are people who just don't want to die to a lane bully. If it prevents you from dying even a single time then it is worth it.
if your opponent take any rune they will have the upper hand to easily compensate for that lvl 1, then you get shit on after lvl 1 when the -10% damage quickly is more of a big deal until 10 minutes there is nothing good about a rune that has 30 health value at lvl 1 and only goes down after that until 10 minutes
Iasam (NA)
: Celestial body is a very underrated rune
that because it is worse than useless, it's literally better to not have a rune at all. 100 health is worth 267 gold, so if it only gave that it would be on par with other runes like biscuits possibly although stopwatch at 600 is still way better. and then when you add it in the -10% damage it literally gives negative value lol
: IMO, Swain is fine (mathematically)
lets see, his ult does less damage and heals less than before and has a 5x+ longer cooldown, his q is only effective at shorter range, his w isn't going to do damage on enemy champions and his e is a skill shot that honestly doesn't do much. yeah this champion is useless trash.
: Lets see how a master tier player does in silver?
you said you're a master smurf yet you have a 50% win rate in silver consistently
: Top/JG/ADC lf Silver-Gold duo
Rioter Comments
: Removing Celestial Body is such a fucking unbelievably stupid decision IT HURTS
you do realize this rune is actually worse than worthless? even without the damage penalty it gives around 270 worth of gold in stats, worse than boots/stop watch. add in the damage penalty and this rune has negative value lol...
: Scarra/Imaqtpie/Wickd/Tyler1/Dyrus Ignored by RIOT.
it doesn't take a top challenger to realize that league is a shit game for quite a while now
Seen (NA)
: Thoughts on support taking ignite?
ignite is much stronger than exhaust early game, and early game is what matters more now
: Wickd pointing out the issues of the Jungle role
jungle takes all the skill out of the game, literally every high elo player has been saying this for the past few years already
: Unsealed spellbook is by far the strongest keystone available.
the problem is that aery is useless and comet is a noob trap on most champions lol
: Looking for a high w/r person to duo (must win lane)
: I Cannot give Better Advice for Climbing then this
literally just a worthless shit poster, earlier you claimed you were a master smurf, and i've seen a ton of posts on boards that were complete nonsense
Minµn (NA)
: Why is ignite not being used mid anymore
mid laners are second supports for teams
Rexxiee (NA)
: That feel when the other team has 4 ad champs + any ap
that feel when the enemy runs double ap and you guild 1 spirit visage and completely nullify all their damage. or that feel when the enemy goes 5 ad and your armor still does nothing.
Addam (OCE)
: Smurfs are ruining the ranked system
I see nothing wrong with smurfs.
: New Swain Q
yet taliyahs q does more damage and has farther range on an only slightly longer cooldown...
Hugh (NA)
: Is there a way to get unbanned from a Perm ban?
: For the love of god, Please don't first time Ryze in ranked..
i'll first time all the champions i want, thanks
: Mage mains: "AD champions wouldn't want Zhonya's active because it stops their dps!"
probably the most retarded thread in a while. how many adcs are buying stop watch when they don't run the stopwatch rune? the rune is overloaded, worth 600 gold with resale value while biscuits don't even heal as much as a regular potion. also junglers are so busted they can literally turret dive anybody 2 v 1 early, most of the time stopwatch is sold before team fights even happen because you are losing the team fight if you have stop watch as the adc.
: Unsealed Spellbook rune interaction (exploit?) for full flash cooldown reset. Is this OK?
using 2 shards and your other spell is now on cd, and possibly not even the spell that you want, seems ok to me
: > [{quoted}](name=bywords70,realm=NA,application-id=yrc23zHg,discussion-id=AfZTm0x5,comment-id=00020000000000000001,timestamp=2018-01-30T01:59:50.794+0000) > > I'm tired of arguing with somebody who clearly knows nothing about the issue. > Crypto already almost has a 1 trillion dollar market cap, yet you're saying it has no economy on its own. It's also not a pyramid scheme, I suggest you look up the definitions of schemes. > > US dollar bills are constantly being counterfeited. Did you know every year that the US government takes in more dollar than they print out, even when people probably save their dollar bills and some of them go missing. > > Also what if some day the US government just suddenly prints a shit ton of $100 dollar bills for the hell of it. In fact trillions are missing from the feds because the government is that corrupt. They are already generating free dollar bills and pocketing the money for themselves. We are literally being robbed because an ENTITY controls the currency and they are abusing it. In crypto NOBODY can abuse the system. This is the problem when it costs less than $100 to generate $100. Governments want to stop crypto because they want to rob everybody else. > > $100 dollar bills made of paper are no less fake than crypto. There is NOTHING backing up the $100 bills in value other than the fact that people accept them. Please explain how is a corrupt entity like the feds who have trillions of dollars missing more trustworthy than something that nobody can generate freely. There's two types of people who see value in crypto: those who think the government is out to get them and those the government is actually out to get. Everyone else is just trying to hop on for the ride. Now I like how you say that a dollar is the same thing as a cryptocurrency because nothing's backing it. Because that's complete bullshit. A significant part of the value of the dollar is that it is the currency of international commerce - I can take my dollars just about anywhere in the world and even if the locals don't accept them I can find someone to change them into the local currency. Bitcoins on the other hand lack this sort of economy. Sure some merchants accept bitcoin and changing them into other currency isn't hard, but there is no bitcoin economy. You don't see businesses that accept bitcoin only paying their suppliers and employees in bitcoin, and so on down the chain. The bitcoin almost always gets converted when it gets spent - the exception would be the two groups of people I noted above.
> [{quoted}](name=notFREEfood,realm=NA,application-id=yrc23zHg,discussion-id=AfZTm0x5,comment-id=000200000000000000010000,timestamp=2018-01-30T02:54:01.436+0000) > > There's two types of people who see value in crypto: those who think the government is out to get them and those the government is actually out to get. Everyone else is just trying to hop on for the ride. > > Now I like how you say that a dollar is the same thing as a cryptocurrency because nothing's backing it. > > Because that's complete bullshit. A significant part of the value of the dollar is that it is the currency of international commerce - I can take my dollars just about anywhere in the world and even if the locals don't accept them I can find someone to change them into the local currency. > > Bitcoins on the other hand lack this sort of economy. Sure some merchants accept bitcoin and changing them into other currency isn't hard, but there is no bitcoin economy. You don't see businesses that accept bitcoin only paying their suppliers and employees in bitcoin, and so on down the chain. The bitcoin almost always gets converted when it gets spent - the exception would be the two groups of people I noted above. it doesn't change the fact that US dollars is literally just paper/electronically stored. the US government does not have any trade-in for US dollar for real goods. if nobody accepted US dollars it would literally just be toilet paper. this is why people wanted to originally use gold as currency, it still has plenty of useful uses even if nobody accepts them. currency is based on how many people accept them. it doesn't matter if bit coin has nothing backing it up as long as people accept them, and an almost 1 trillion dollar market cap shows how many people DO accept them. how ever bitcoin has the advantage of NOT being created by corrupt governments that rob them. If bitcoin was first before the US dollar you would literally be saying that US dollars would be a scheme since by your definition nothing is backing it up.
SEKAI (OCE)
: > [{quoted}](name=bywords70,realm=NA,application-id=yrc23zHg,discussion-id=AfZTm0x5,comment-id=000200000000,timestamp=2018-01-27T21:07:49.798+0000) > > the fact that you even need to ask such a question shows your complete lack of understanding of crypto currency. > you cannot freely mine bitcoins at no costs, otherwise they would be worthless already. the difficulty of mining them increases to the log of the number of bitcoins there are. > > bitcoin has massive inflation because part of currency value is how many people accept the currency. you could literally have shit as currency if everybody accepts it while you could have some super rare useful thing that should be worth a lot that won't be currency if people don't accept it. as more and more people accept bitcoins, the value of it increases. when people reject bitcoins its value decreases. markets have momentum for some reason so when the price increases the trust increases which increases the price once again, its a feedback system. > > however the US dollar can be freely printed at a cost much less than $100 per dollar bill, at unlimited amounts. you are trusting the government to not print free money for themselves. in bitcoin nobody is allowed to freely print the money. > > the only important property of currency is that nobody can generate the currency at a cost less than the currency. dollars fail because the government can print $100 bills at less than $100 per bill. > > gold fails as a currency because there is simply not enough gold to support all our transactions. > > i suggest you read up on currencies and crypto currencies before posting such nonsense Crypto is only getting ""accepted"" because people wanna get rich quick by riding on this fad. That and, outside of very handful of things accepting crypto as payment, most of it has been used for trading of drug and otherwise illegal items. But ofc, people will say criminals can not hide behind cryptocurrencies, and while simultaneously advertising that the coin is anonymous and is supposedly an upside for investing it. And oh lookie here, what have we got? South Korea just banned anonymous cryptocurrency trade, or at least announced that they're going to, whereby you are required to have some sort of ID credentials verification to trace your account to otherwise it can not trade. And oh my! what a backlash, people are crying and throwing away their coins just like that! But then I mean, trading has not been anonymous since almost the dawn of time, either the shop front clerk would recognise you from your face to face interaction with them, there might be security camera that would capture your face in the shop, or if you're doing it with online payment it would ultimately lead back to you given your bank account is bound to your identity of which you're required to give when you set up an account, so what difference does it make if crypto requires the same procedure? Or is it because 1. Crypto is anonymous, or at least harder to trace, which means criminals CAN and WILL hide behind it to trade "things". and 2. People are "backlashing" because they want to keep using crypto to keep trading illegal shit. Or 3. People just want the thing to never be an actual currency, subjected to its standards. Because how else are they gonna achieve their get rich quick scheme if the system is no longer a stupid fad free for all? Also Crypto price slashed by 20% as soon as Korea announce that crypto trade will not be anonymous in their bounds, it speaks volumes about the kind of people who has ""accepted"" and investing in the "currency" (that and, the "currency" has almost 0 security, tell me how many times has its value slash by a quarter or by half or more already, who the fuck wants to continuously invest in it if it is THIS unsafe to invest them? But then again, most people only invest it because they wanna get rich quick or they wanna sell drugs anyway, so there's that). What a nonsense. ....... And as I was saying, crypto fails to be a currency simply because it has 0 economy of its own and requires an external economy to define it, and by which you buy it and sell for profit margin. This ain't a god damn currency, this is a goods trade akin to things like buying jewelries and gold today. Not even the designers of crypto see it as currencies, given its "economy" was designed after the operation logic of a shop rather than a foreign exchange center. ....... Also, the fact everybody and their mother can "mine" bitcoins makes your claim of "it cannot be counterfeited or generated freely" false. Why? Because people are not allowed to make print money in their homes, but you can make bitcoin and whatnot at the leisure of your house as long as you have big rigs to get them. Increasing difficulty per print doesn't matter, because the matter is whether or not you can, and yes, you can (and early adopters get it vastly easier than the later people, which is another bag of worms). The end. You're also using the tired logic of "but $100 note doesn't actually have $100 dollars", lol. No, it has $100 dollars in it, that's why it's a 100 dollar note. The difference is how much you can buy with those 100 dollars may be different, which is the same for literally anything of value. Inflation however, happens to paper money in the last couple decades mostly because there are more people in the world than ever before, and they need money in their hands; it isn't say that government is never up to no good, but always latching on conspiracy theory is dumb. The problem we have here is not that $100 doesn't give you 100 dollars, because it does, the problem is that the income is not scaled up properly after the inflation, which is a business problem, and potentially a population problem too, but not necessarily the state's. What somehow distinct crypto from paper cash is that, there is no state behind it, no regulation, and everything is entirely arbitrary, and so they kinda can do anything they want with it, including driving the prices sky high, and because there is never a shortage of people who want to get rich quick as per the advertisement, they will keep bringing in more people so that they can drive the price higher for themselves, at a completely unreasonable rate. And you call this shit a "currency"? Make no mistake, whatever crypto is supposed to be, at the current stage in its current iteration it literally operates that is very reminiscent of a pyramid scheme combined with the worst aspects of housing bubble and crank it up to a million. The instant crypto is subjected to the standards and expectations a currency will have, be it security and whatnot you can bet your asses that it's gonna just become like any other currency on the table. And you can also bet that people are gonna get so mad when a system they claim to be a currency, actually becomes a currency 1 day, because no, they don't want it to actually be a currency, they just want to keep this nonsense system where you buy in on literally nothing and later sell this nothingness for a couple million times of its purchase price in a system so unstable it's suffered worse tsunamis than any other country in the world; but no, let's just keep blaming the actual currencies for being currencies, keep rejecting itself to be a currency, but then advertise itself to be currencies, all at the same god damn time. Like, literally, what in the actual fuck?
> [{quoted}](name=SEKAI,realm=OCE,application-id=yrc23zHg,discussion-id=AfZTm0x5,comment-id=0002000000000000,timestamp=2018-01-28T04:00:54.832+0000) > > Crypto is only getting ""accepted"" because people wanna get rich quick by riding on this fad. That and, outside of very handful of things accepting crypto as payment, most of it has been used for trading of drug and otherwise illegal items. But ofc, people will say criminals can not hide behind cryptocurrencies, and while simultaneously advertising that the coin is anonymous and is supposedly an upside for investing it. > > And oh lookie here, what have we got? South Korea just banned anonymous cryptocurrency trade, or at least announced that they're going to, whereby you are required to have some sort of ID credentials verification to trace your account to otherwise it can not trade. And oh my! what a backlash, people are crying and throwing away their coins just like that! But then I mean, trading has not been anonymous since almost the dawn of time, either the shop front clerk would recognise you from your face to face interaction with them, there might be security camera that would capture your face in the shop, or if you're doing it with online payment it would ultimately lead back to you given your bank account is bound to your identity of which you're required to give when you set up an account, so what difference does it make if crypto requires the same procedure? Or is it because > > 1. Crypto is anonymous, or at least harder to trace, which means criminals CAN and WILL hide behind it to trade "things". and > 2. People are "backlashing" because they want to keep using crypto to keep trading illegal shit. Or > 3. People just want the thing to never be an actual currency, subjected to its standards. Because how else are they gonna achieve their get rich quick scheme if the system is no longer a stupid fad free for all? > > Also Crypto price slashed by 20% as soon as Korea announce that crypto trade will not be anonymous in their bounds, it speaks volumes about the kind of people who has ""accepted"" and investing in the "currency" (that and, the "currency" has almost 0 security, tell me how many times has its value slash by a quarter or by half or more already, who the fuck wants to continuously invest in it if it is THIS unsafe to invest them? But then again, most people only invest it because they wanna get rich quick or they wanna sell drugs anyway, so there's that). > > What a nonsense. > > ....... > > And as I was saying, crypto fails to be a currency simply because it has 0 economy of its own and requires an external economy to define it, and by which you buy it and sell for profit margin. This ain't a god damn currency, this is a goods trade akin to things like buying jewelries and gold today. Not even the designers of crypto see it as currencies, given its "economy" was designed after the operation logic of a shop rather than a foreign exchange center. > > ....... > > Also, the fact everybody and their mother can "mine" bitcoins makes your claim of "it cannot be counterfeited or generated freely" false. Why? Because people are not allowed to make print money in their homes, but you can make bitcoin and whatnot at the leisure of your house as long as you have big rigs to get them. Increasing difficulty per print doesn't matter, because the matter is whether or not you can, and yes, you can (and early adopters get it vastly easier than the later people, which is another bag of worms). The end. > > You're also using the tired logic of "but $100 note doesn't actually have $100 dollars", lol. No, it has $100 dollars in it, that's why it's a 100 dollar note. The difference is how much you can buy with those 100 dollars may be different, which is the same for literally anything of value. Inflation however, happens to paper money in the last couple decades mostly because there are more people in the world than ever before, and they need money in their hands; it isn't say that government is never up to no good, but always latching on conspiracy theory is dumb. The problem we have here is not that $100 doesn't give you 100 dollars, because it does, the problem is that the income is not scaled up properly after the inflation, which is a business problem, and potentially a population problem too, but not necessarily the state's. > > What somehow distinct crypto from paper cash is that, there is no state behind it, no regulation, and everything is entirely arbitrary, and so they kinda can do anything they want with it, including driving the prices sky high, and because there is never a shortage of people who want to get rich quick as per the advertisement, they will keep bringing in more people so that they can drive the price higher for themselves, at a completely unreasonable rate. And you call this shit a "currency"? Make no mistake, whatever crypto is supposed to be, at the current stage in its current iteration it literally operates that is very reminiscent of a pyramid scheme combined with the worst aspects of housing bubble and crank it up to a million. > > The instant crypto is subjected to the standards and expectations a currency will have, be it security and whatnot you can bet your asses that it's gonna just become like any other currency on the table. And you can also bet that people are gonna get so mad when a system they claim to be a currency, actually becomes a currency 1 day, because no, they don't want it to actually be a currency, they just want to keep this nonsense system where you buy in on literally nothing and later sell this nothingness for a couple million times of its purchase price in a system so unstable it's suffered worse tsunamis than any other country in the world; but no, let's just keep blaming the actual currencies for being currencies, keep rejecting itself to be a currency, but then advertise itself to be currencies, all at the same god damn time. > > Like, literally, what in the actual fuck? I'm tired of arguing with somebody who clearly knows nothing about the issue. Crypto already almost has a 1 trillion dollar market cap, yet you're saying it has no economy on its own. It's also not a pyramid scheme, I suggest you look up the definitions of schemes. US dollar bills are constantly being counterfeited. Did you know every year that the US government takes in more dollar than they print out, even when people probably save their dollar bills and some of them go missing. Also what if some day the US government just suddenly prints a shit ton of $100 dollar bills for the hell of it. In fact trillions are missing from the feds because the government is that corrupt. They are already generating free dollar bills and pocketing the money for themselves. We are literally being robbed because an ENTITY controls the currency and they are abusing it. In crypto NOBODY can abuse the system. This is the problem when it costs less than $100 to generate $100. Governments want to stop crypto because they want to rob everybody else. $100 dollar bills made of paper are no less fake than crypto. There is NOTHING backing up the $100 bills in value other than the fact that people accept them. Please explain how is a corrupt entity like the feds who have trillions of dollars missing more trustworthy than something that nobody can generate freely.
: How is Karthus in 2018?
i personally think he needs a grounded effect on his wall, no other changes
SEKAI (OCE)
: > [{quoted}](name=bywords70,realm=NA,application-id=yrc23zHg,discussion-id=AfZTm0x5,comment-id=0002,timestamp=2018-01-27T18:42:33.833+0000) > > which is why cryptocurrency is the perfect currency; it cannot be counterfeited or** generated freely**. What is a bitcoin mining? There is a reason why crypto has had such an extreme inflation, with equally comparable lack of any security where its value can literally cut in half overnight. ....... Also, bitcoins and stuff lacks some of the fundamental aspects of a currency, it really isn't a one, just like gold won't be a currency any time soon (though they were at some point in the distant past, kinda, but that's not relevant here). In fact its processing is developed on the notion that it is not a currency exchange but basically a store where you buy things (in this case, the coins are the goods of the said store).
> [{quoted}](name=SEKAI,realm=OCE,application-id=yrc23zHg,discussion-id=AfZTm0x5,comment-id=00020000,timestamp=2018-01-27T19:07:05.242+0000) > > What is a bitcoin mining? > > There is a reason why crypto has had such an extreme inflation, with equally comparable lack of any security where its value can literally cut in half overnight. > > ....... > > Also, bitcoins and stuff lacks some of the fundamental aspects of a currency, it really isn't a one, just like gold won't be a currency any time soon (though they were at some point in the distant past, kinda, but that's not relevant here). In fact its processing is developed on the notion that it is not a currency exchange but basically a store where you buy things (in this case, the coins are the goods of the said store). the fact that you even need to ask such a question shows your complete lack of understanding of crypto currency. you cannot freely mine bitcoins at no costs, otherwise they would be worthless already. the difficulty of mining them increases to the log of the number of bitcoins there are. bitcoin has massive inflation because part of currency value is how many people accept the currency. you could literally have shit as currency if everybody accepts it while you could have some super rare useful thing that should be worth a lot that won't be currency if people don't accept it. as more and more people accept bitcoins, the value of it increases. when people reject bitcoins its value decreases. markets have momentum for some reason so when the price increases the trust increases which increases the price once again, its a feedback system. however the US dollar can be freely printed at a cost much less than $100 per dollar bill, at unlimited amounts. you are trusting the government to not print free money for themselves. in bitcoin nobody is allowed to freely print the money. the only important property of currency is that nobody can generate the currency at a cost less than the currency. dollars fail because the government can print $100 bills at less than $100 per bill. gold fails as a currency because there is simply not enough gold to support all our transactions. i suggest you read up on currencies and crypto currencies before posting such nonsense
: Reasons why cryptocurrency is horrid
you honestly sound like somebody who doesn't even understand the basis of cryptocurrency. right now cryptocurrency is at the point where not everybody accepts it because it is new and most people don't even understand it, but it will be in the future. if everybody accepts it as a currency then there wouldn't be these insane price swings. it is definitely the currency of the future, the only question is when. what do you want from a currency? basically something that everybody will accept for trade because bartering is such a pain. it can literally be anything. US dollars is a currency because most people will accept it. however, some problems with US dollars is that US dollars can be counterfeited and an entity controls the creation of this currency. cryptocurrency solves both of these problems, which is why cryptocurrency is the perfect currency; it cannot be counterfeited or generated freely.
: Assuming a challenger player won't die to a Plat player? I know it might be hard to believe... but that's not even close to the case. Actually, that's pretty far off considering league games are so unpredictable that Challenger players can die to Bronze 5 players if they play carelessly enough. You make it sound like they're gods and not humans. You can't tell if someone is Challenger or not unless they show you an account of them being so.
unless they're trolling, challenger players shouldn't even die to a jungle gank when you look at how bad plat players play...
: Fiddle and Zonya's discussion
i think you're probably silver/bronze if you think fid doesn't need zhonyas... people are legit just going to target him when he ults and hes going to die in .1 seconds before he can do anything.
Utaroz (NA)
: silver 1 lf for smurf to help me get to gold need 4-5 wins
if you don't mind me troll picking then sure
: Smurfing/boosting destroys experience
i see nothing wrong with smurfing or even boosting. i think playing against better players is a good way to learn how to play the game properly
: Jhin is literally the only ADC who doesn't have a "fuck all melees" feature
jihn is balanced, even when he was being used he wasn't overbearing. except now he is trash in this meta because being balanced means being trash
: Need Off-Meta/Gimmicky Ideas for a smurf one trick Support
karthus support, you can spam q and decimate people who don't know how to dodge it
: it still shouldn't work as it is a Unique active
they are different, one has a cooldown while the other can only be used once
Vartue (OCE)
: [Gamplay] Double Zhonya's
known interaction already, only works if he never popped stopwatch
: Why doesn't Sona Q pull minion aggro like every other targeted spell now?
because you don't click on the champion in order to use the ability. the targeted spell change only affects targeted abilities that requires you to actively click on the enemy champion. it is similar to swain's ult, except that will hit 5 targets instead of 2 like sonas. so yes this is consistent with their change.
NSJ2003 (NA)
: WHY THE FK DO I GET SHT TEAMS
your fault that you can't beat bots
: Most of the Swain mains wanted a rework. And I think many of them are pretty happy with how the gameplay came out. Lot of discussion about the hair, but I think most Swain mains are pretty happy, other than that.
> [{quoted}](name=KempyreanPirate,realm=NA,application-id=yrc23zHg,discussion-id=E8jys8GA,comment-id=0003,timestamp=2018-01-24T18:17:13.313+0000) > > Most of the Swain mains wanted a rework. And I think many of them are pretty happy with how the gameplay came out. > > Lot of discussion about the hair, but I think most Swain mains are pretty happy, other than that. no? i've asked many high elo swain mains and they think he doesn't need a rework at all, just a small buff because hes completely outclassed by vlad who does the same thing but better. he has a 46% win rate top because he literally doesn't have the mana bar to kill anybody who builds 1 mr item. if anything vlad needed a rework to his no counterplay kit, hes literally just a manaless version of swain.
: Why would anyone want to watch LCS when stopwatch exists?
you mean why should anybody watch LCS while junglers are STILL TOO overbearing. nobody wants to do anything when junglers can just 1 shot them if they're out of position.
: NERF THS FUCKING SONA
shen can 1 v 1 adcs with sheen, which makes sona op? well, better logic than most threads here on boards
: "barely more" than 55% winrate is actually really good. I don't think its a very good example either.
i beat him when he played renekton, he needs not play those shit tier champions against other people, its just bm
: draven needs a buff
other champions being picked because they are ridiculously op means he needs a buff why?
: > [{quoted}](name=H1 H0w are Ya,realm=NA,application-id=3ErqAdtq,discussion-id=tEl1o7Ta,comment-id=0000,timestamp=2018-01-22T23:33:47.250+0000) > > They already have an inherent advantage of not having to be gated by mana so no they don't need even more advantage Not realy. Some have extremly high CD to counter that. Others are squishy or not full damage with abilities
manaless version of champions are just better, vlad is clearly just a better version of swain, akali/kat is clearly just a better version of diana in fact every manaless ap champion is in a decent spot right now BECAUSE they have no mana
: BENCH Mike Yeung, he is troling in LCS.
shyvana is so busted that she went from a solo queue monster into a pro pick, very good jungle meta we have here guys
: Stop dumping people into mid silver.
platinum players play like intermediate bots, so really its your problem if you can't beat bots.
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