: Instant Mobility
I dunno man, Tristana's delay is practically a feature. You get to bait damage or CC from the enemy and escape anyway with hyperarmor.
: I think this might just be a wholesome interaction between two people who enjoy LOL. Which is about 90% of LOL players and 10% of boards users.
Under. Rated. Comment.
: Former rito employee tries to insult league community but insults champion developers instead.
Title should be: "Sensitive dude tries to spin a candid explanation as an insult because they don't like the answer, which incidentally just proves the original speaker's point." Too long?
: What is the point of shielding as Tahm now?
Am I missing something? Tahm Kench only converts 75% of his grey health into healing, at all ranks.
: It's so sad that they only care about the modes that make money. Even if only 2% of players play Twisted Treeline, that still equates to thousands of players, now being f*cked over because Riot abandoned the game mode they enjoyed years ago and then act like it's our fault for not playing it. Remember how they removed funneling from Summoner's Rift after just a couple of patches because of how effective and anti fun it was? Well that's been going on for years in the Twisted Treeline and is arguably even more effective there. Don't even get me started on the confirmation that Nexus Blitz is only a rotating game mode that we may see twice a year if we're lucky. It was so refreshing to have a game mode that focused entirely on having a good time, was guarenteed to only last for around 20 minutes AND let you play as the champion you wanted. Even normal games of summoner's rift and even ARAM can be extremely tense, as much of the enjoyment of these game modes revolves around you winning. Nexus Blitz, on the other hand, managed to make sure you have a good time even when behind, because the emphasis was much more on all of the random elements (the events you played and the buffs you received) that made the game feel fun regardless of whether you were winning or losing. It's truly sad because Nexus Blitz never really stood a chance. As we learnt from Dominion, they only care about game modes that are profitable and they have no hesitation to ditch a game mode entirely because of a substantially smaller playerbase. If they'd learnt to monetise Nexus Blitz in a way that they were able to with TFT then I have no doubt the former would have become permanent as well. All they managed to come up with was the ridiculously overpriced passes that required you to play around 10 games of Nexus Blitz a day to be worthwhile. They then acted surprised when people got burnt out from the game mode towards the end of its cycle due to the sheer amount of games people had been forced to play of it.
> [{quoted}](name=Toþykachu,realm=EUW,application-id=yrc23zHg,discussion-id=qYcmzkom,comment-id=0005,timestamp=2019-07-31T23:26:50.718+0000) > > It's so sad that they only care about the modes that make money. That's not sad, it's fucking business! 99% of the playerbase didn't care about TT until they decided to remove it, and I'm betting a big chunk of that 99% never played a single match. It's a waste of resources and overdue to be removed. Teamfight Tactics may not be the replacement Riot needs, but abandoning a hopeless game mode does make it easier for them to focus on Summoner's Rift and ARAM -- you know, the modes people actually play.
: people will tell you, you shouldn't complain about free shit but if you put into perceptive, that's free shit **YOU EARNED** riot didn't make it a giveaway you worked hard to get an S and keep your honor unlocked and positive but let's get slapped with an other useless ward skin when you finally open a chest..
> [{quoted}](name=Luther King Jr V,realm=EUW,application-id=yrc23zHg,discussion-id=oFRmmA3n,comment-id=0000,timestamp=2019-07-30T18:44:24.819+0000) > > people will tell you, you shouldn't complain about free shit but if you put into perceptive, that's free shit **YOU EARNED** riot didn't make it a giveaway you worked hard to get an S and keep your honor unlocked and positive but let's get slapped with an other useless ward skin when you finally open a chest.. You shouldn't complain about free shit. If you put it in perspective, the "giveaway" is the free game you're playing. Riot is not obligated to reward you for playing well when you don't profit them in ANY way by simply playing the game. They profit when you buy cosmetics. So it IS rather ungrateful to ask them to shape the rewards system to guarantee you even more free stuff.
Comentários de Rioters
: While I agree with your statement, and don't like RIOT's inconsistency I do think these are 2 different cases. TL;DR: both champions aren't very strong right now, but they aren't in very dire spot and buffing Jhin isn't as risky as buffing Viktor The thing about Jhin is that he is quite simply outclassed by other ADCs. He isn't as strong late as some hypercarries and even though he is strong in lane, he still lacks power to be considered a bully like Lucian or Cait. What RIOT is trying to do, is make some distinct difference between jhin and other carries, as such they improve his catching tool to be of better quality, so as to amplify a certain strength. If you look at Viktor, his problems are quite complicated. Since he has been changed to a control mage from a burst mage back in the day, he wasn't really a big deal if you disregard his sudden appearance in the top lane after klepto buffs. Viktor is outclassed by other control mages, since he isn't strong early but his scaling and range aren't great, champions like Azir or Corki with similar power curve, but overall bigger powerspike in mid to late game, and considerably more safety are just better picks for late game. For the early game there are plenty of picks better than him in the middle. Regarding Viktor in the top lane, he is outclassed by the likes of Neeko and Kennen, who are just perfect bullies with great opportunities for scaling. However, what I think is in RIOT's mind is the fact that he WAS a very big bully and powerful control mage. His kit is very problematic, because ramping up his damage might cause him to be too safe with the ammount of utility he has. Statistics don't show that but every once in a while there is a match with viktor who decides to go defensive route, and isn't behind. Due to his utility he can still be very potent threat that can't be killed by anything other than burst. What I think should be done is just focusing on one viktor, so either a good utility based bully on the top (and in that case you just increase his early game potential) or a powerful mid to late game control mage in the midlane (in which case RIOT should decrease his mobility and shield from his Q, while increasing his damage output and potentially range). Otherwise Viktor is in this awkward spot, where RIOT can't buff him in any way, because of fear on how it will impact the other role, potentially making him spike too high in said role
: Hot take: Supp items were incredible bad designed looking at how many times they have been abused on gamestyles that were not intended This is just another case And honestly, the fact that I think that my comment it's the only one that brings up to the thread the supp items kinda shows that the ones talking here dont know exactly what they are saying
It only takes one player discovering some abuse of the system to turn a working design into a "bad" one, and players are constantly TRYING to break the game. Most of the support item design iterations have historically held up pretty well, until some Korean finds a loophole and it spreads like wildfire across the playerbase.
: Wow Boards is real fucking annoying lately. “Fits our narrative” -no questions asked “You disagree? How long exactly have you been playing? Oh X game mode doesn’t count. What’s your average KDA? Sub Level 50? Season 1 or BTFO”
Logged in just to upvote this.
: Riot seems oblivious to Supports.
> [{quoted}](name=King Braum,realm=EUW,application-id=3ErqAdtq,discussion-id=RkEjplEx,comment-id=,timestamp=2019-02-12T15:25:07.531+0000)Changing the playstyle for supports as to always have them glued to their closest ally and heavily crippling supports that may attempt to solo defend or solo poke while their ADC is away. This is not a "crippling" nerf, give me a break. A support who is defending a lane alone is inevitably getting cs, which deactivates their income item anyway. You still get the extra damage for poking and attacking towers. Meanwhile, you're earning 10% more gold in every other typical scenario. Of course it's not the most elegant solution, but a playstyle where you don't cs at all in a 1v1 lane is a way bigger problem than this inconvenience to supports, which may be fixed later anyway.
Barcid (NA)
: Spear of Shojin is a testament to the utterly idiotic balancing in this game
> Unless you are stunlocked for a literal 6 seconds, you will spike your power immensely with this item. You'll spike after you find 3400 gold to build it. That's an expensive rush. It gives mediocre health with no resistances, so users can be bursted down if they don't build any bulk first. They can be CCd or kited, and the value of the active is ruined if they're not constantly auto-attacking in those first 6 seconds. They also need their ult to get any value at all, which gives them windows of vulnerability. Let's see how it settles.
: REALLY not a fan of the independent lane ranks.
> Why would you design a system to basically give you a punch to the gut/make it worse for not getting the position you want? Like when people used to get autofilled into a role they don't play, which tanked their one and only rank?
: can support players be aware where their adc is?
I'm aware of my whole team. My grouping with the ADC in bot lane is incidental. They only need gold to function, and I don't need gold or experience to function. After lane phase, I will group with whoever benefits most from my utility. If the ADC needs me more than I need them, well, guess who should be following who?
: the quality of the games is so bad right now the ff vote should be at 10 minutes
I find people who assume games are over by 10:00 actually lose me the most games.
: > [{quoted}](name=Zone0ut,realm=NA,application-id=yrc23zHg,discussion-id=0iAmUAiw,comment-id=0001,timestamp=2019-02-05T20:48:55.959+0000) > > I can see it. Reducing his cooldowns will make him sticky as hell and give him a lot of AoE presence in teamfights. But then he actually needs to auto you in the first place to even get the effect. Rip.
It's not like he'll never reach the enemy's frontline, and after a few swings at them he'll have his Q back to possibly dive. Plus his damage is decent against tanks, and all the while his ult is dealing AoE damage to their team. Who knows, Spear might be a nice buff to Voli.
: Spear of Shojin will make Volibear deadly.
I can see it. Reducing his cooldowns will make him sticky as hell and give him a lot of AoE presence in teamfights.
: The new Ranked system sucks and make game more unbalanced, prove me wrong.
If you want to be disproved, make a real thread. This is salty nonsense.
Yenn (NA)
: I think you guys left the jungle fixes out of the patch notes
Except none of that happened. [According to Meddler](https://boards.na.leagueoflegends.com/en/c/developer-corner/4J3IrTBu-quick-gameplay-thoughts-february-1?comment=00210000), the jungle changes did about what they're supposed to, though they're still evaluating. We're at the point in this particular controversy where you'll need some evidence to claim otherwise.
: My point is that Riot have balanced things in such a way (and I'm Jax as an example case) that we have gone from diversity to shoehorned. Champions can no longer be played in diverse ways because of manner in which this game is balanced. It's simple stuff. Jax was the best case of a hybrid champ that could be played in any way. - and not, as you stated - the worst. Ever since his rework he has had a diverse playstyle that fully depended on his build. Tanky, glass cannon, classic AD, Off-tank bruiser, AP, on-hit - Jax has always been able to do it all without being overbearing in any style and without being troll (again I played it at D3). That is why he is my OTP. Now, though, the game play (and for most champions on a whole) is one-dimensional because balancing is so badly done. I am on the verge of leaving.
> Jax has always been able to do it all without being overbearing in any style and without being troll (again I played it at D3). That is why he is my OTP. Actually, Jax and other hybrid Champions have a history of exploiting otherwise balanced items, precisely because they can use such a wide range of items effectively. Properly balancing an item for the class of Champions **meant** to use it is already difficult. Yet items that are healthy for their target class can become unhealthy for other classes, like defensive items on ADCs. Riot accounts for this by binding Champions to certain stats, and thus certain items, reducing the number of moving parts to balance around. So when Champions like Jax don't have these restrictions, they cause problems. It's like trying to balance multiple Champions as one. Diversity is healthier and easier when Champions can choose **how** they perform their role, not what role they perform. Some Champions manage healthy role flexibility when Riot puts a lot of resources into balancing them, like assassin/tank Ekko at one point, but one build will still always be "the best." You want a Champion that can function equally as a tank, bruiser, AD carry, AP carry, or on-hit carry, which is just unbalanceable—unless only one or two of those builds are effective and the rest are novelty playstyles, like Jax. Sorry if you play for that kind of extreme diversity, but it's not realistic in a game of this scale. There have to be some restrictions. And that does not mean balancing is "badly done," FYI. That's just the reality of balance.
: The Problem with Current Balancing
> Want evidence that Jax is weak? I have always loved playing Jax in quirky ways such as AP Bruiser, AP-on hit, full life steal etc etc. He is absolutely dog crap with anything other than a "meta build" now. If the meta build is overpowered, then the Champion is overpowered. It's nice when Champions have multiple functional playstyles. However, choosing to play them in a less optimal way does not excuse their power when played optimally. This is the problem with a lot of hybrid Champions and their off-meta playstyles, and Jax is one of the worst cases. Because he benefits strongly from several stats, he can abuse balanced items to become more than the sum of their parts. Balancing him will always be complicated while this remains the case.
Saezio (EUNE)
: Have you tried to actually communicate your passive to your adc? Like, when they are level 5 check how much stored you have and tell them so they know when to come to you. Maybe they could make pings on ally's level to show % progress. Unless it does that already, in which case the whole issue is simply solved by using that
Those perks would help. I do coordinate with my ADC, but the problem is on my end, not theirs. Even if we try to coordinate an all-in at 6, it means I can't risk doing anything combat-related to lay the groundwork for it. If I happen to deal or take damage — which I should **want** to do — then the whole timing is blown. And then there's all the other situations. If the enemy manages to level up before us, I want the option to reactively use my passive to close the gap. If I've been poking like a good Zilean, then that 10s window is plenty of time for us to just die to an all-in. If my team wins a teamfight and somebody could level up, then I can't help siege a tower while I wait for my passive. Workarounds like you're suggesting would help, but the passive just has restrictions it doesn't need.
: I think he deserves a Ezreal Scale mini-rework. Visually Zilean is horrible, he needs new models, as well as a polished skill and a new passive.
Blasphemy. Zilean is a beautiful Champion. In terms of gameplay, anyway. Though I do miss having some interaction between his W and R, and I would be fine with a new passive entirely. His visuals could use some love, though, no argument there. His ultimate is indistinguishable from an item anybody can buy.
Comentários de Rioters
: > [{quoted}](name=Antenora,realm=EUW,application-id=3ErqAdtq,discussion-id=1E1bEWyz,comment-id=00000000,timestamp=2019-01-28T14:50:05.220+0000) > > Riot is making systemic changes over the next few patches to combat excessive damage in the game. So in other words, they are not going to do anything about it.
Yeah, I guess you should just leave, right?
: > [{quoted}](name=Bears Dont Care,realm=NA,application-id=3ErqAdtq,discussion-id=1E1bEWyz,comment-id=000b,timestamp=2019-01-28T17:55:27.782+0000) > > My was 6/2/6 > Had 2 levels over jhin, and had 2 armor pen items. > My also had to use all her abilities to pop in jhin. > > Seriously I get damage is high in league but this is bbn just doctoring things to fit a narrative. no it isnt. you can be behind and still do crap like this.
Then why didn't you post a clip of that? Instead of dramatizing this one, where you were a bursty ADC with 3 completed items attacking an underleveled squishy ADC.
GreenKnight (EUNE)
: Eh, it would be a bit OP. Healing half of champions HP pools in early game is a tad broken, don't you think?
Comentários de Rioters
: Iam sorry @Riot, but these jungle change is stupid has hell.
> instead of nerfing those {{champion:164}} {{champion:121}} {{champion:104}} {{champion:5}} because they are the real problem you just ruined the jungle for other champ who strugling already. It's almost like there's a systematic problem with early game junglers. When the jungle gives less experience, delaying camps to gank is more punishing. If you make it a point to survive those ganks, you can count on the enemy jungler getting behind and applying less pressure. Contrary to hysterical belief, there will never be a point where junglers can simply "not farm" and just camp lanes instead -- unless the laners are morons. Don't take dumb risks when you know the enemy jungler needs to kill you early on to succeed.
: 1: Thank you for your service. I Go to basic training on September 4th. Where'd you go/what's your MOS? 2: Tahm was stupid in pro play, and is in general a super cuck champion. They want his get your ADC out of jail for free pass a more appropriate cost.
Hey dude - I meant a veteran of League, haha, but thank _you_ for your service. Good luck at basic. So, just his old save-the-carry playstyle has become too much for pro play? Nothing specific about the ability's function, numbers, or item/rune interactions?
Comentários de Rioters
koshkyra (NA)
: Stop using "you can ban them" as an excuse for a champion being blatanly overpowered.
"It's not that much of a problem here, but I'm gonna make the thread anyway for upvotes." Seriously, nobody says this.
Luralin (NA)
: > [{quoted}](name=Zone0ut,realm=NA,application-id=yrc23zHg,discussion-id=H8KW5hEW,comment-id=000e0000,timestamp=2018-04-28T00:19:36.623+0000) > > How so? He laid out some good reasons for liking what he likes. You just have opinions, and...more opinions. I have questions too.
> [{quoted}](name=Luralin,realm=NA,application-id=yrc23zHg,discussion-id=H8KW5hEW,comment-id=000e00000000,timestamp=2018-04-28T00:21:18.516+0000) > > I have questions too. None worth answering.
: > [{quoted}](name=HalcyonDweller,realm=NA,application-id=yrc23zHg,discussion-id=H8KW5hEW,comment-id=00090000,timestamp=2018-04-27T23:33:06.363+0000) > > Lots of music is like that nowadays, with composition programs you can generate an entire orchestra's worth of sound to back up whatever you want to do. You've mistakenly insulted the process of composition (key to music-making) in your eagerness to act elitist and bash on particular genres. > > I'm not keen on dubstep, but I'm even less keen on making sweeping generalizations and acting elitist like what you did here. If people are able to enjoy it and it's not hurting anybody then I don't see why they can't or shouldn't do it. As long as they don't blast it at 2AM (or similar situations) then it's not actually a problem. So giving my opinion of why I don't like something as trivial as a music genre makes me an elitist?
> [{quoted}](name=Hypochondria9,realm=NA,application-id=yrc23zHg,discussion-id=H8KW5hEW,comment-id=000900000000,timestamp=2018-04-28T00:21:18.816+0000) > > So giving my opinion of why I don't like something as trivial as a music genre makes me an elitist? You didn't give an opinion. You stated a bunch of bullshit as facts, and now you want to hide behind "it's my opinion" instead of justifying what you said - which was indeed elitist and uninformed.
Luralin (NA)
: I guess I win.
> [{quoted}](name=Luralin,realm=NA,application-id=yrc23zHg,discussion-id=H8KW5hEW,comment-id=000e,timestamp=2018-04-28T00:08:46.833+0000) > > I guess I win. How so? He laid out some good reasons for liking what he likes. You just have opinions, and...more opinions.
Anatera (NA)
: If Riot wants us to stop complaining and be nicer to them
They need the playerbase to fund the game, not help balance it. Most of the threads on this board are circlejerking garbage, and the threads with actual suggestions are usually naive as hell with no basis in game design. Unfortunately, instead of realizing this, players just make the same poor suggestions louder and more often.
: i think zil passive isnt to usefull in game as xp you generate to give to others is very slow and small amounts always it should be change back to old passive or even better something comepletely diferent
I think Zilean's passive is great actually. - As support, you can guarantee a level lead for 2v2 all-in timings - If you save up your passive in lane phase, you can get the jungler an early ultimate, which is especially nice for them because their leveling is limited by camp spawns - When somebody snowballs, they level up slower and slower as the gap increases between them and enemy players, but Zilean's passive isn't affected by this. You can repeatedly level a snowballing ally and get them even farther ahead Also, the extra experience is just as important for Zilean himself. If he gets behind in level like other supports, his damage and utility fall off hard.
LankPants (OCE)
: So that's it? Zyra, Sej, Zac, Maokai, Malz, Syndra ect. all get left in the gutter because of shitty reworks that should have never happened? There needs to be an intent on fixing these reworks and if there's not you need to look towards simple reverts because these are all cases of reworks that actively made the game worse.
You wanna see a Champion in the gutter? Look at Mordekaiser, Wukong, Karthus, and all the others who have been there for seasons. Most of the Champions on your list aren't even _weak_ right now, Sejuani included, yet you're asking Riot to make them a priority! There are bigger fish to fry, my dramatic friend.
ZeeWolfZ (NA)
: The reason many of you sit in Low Elos is because you are oversensitive. Another reason why our generation is called: Snowflake Generation. Before you start attacking me, hear me out. In higher elo, everyone is mean. Everyone loses their shit, but this is what stress in a competitive atmosphere. The real world is no different. If everytime you cried because you had a busy week and your boss was upset with your performance, then you wouldn't do well at your work. Stress is expected and people get stressed. "**GG EZ**" is just a combination of letters that YOU gave meaning to. You gave it value and you chose to feel because of it. Ignore it and move on. Life doesn't backtrack, it keeps moving forward. So should you. Good Luck everyone on your climb.
You don't have to take offense to know something is offensive. Sensitivity doesn't come into it. We Snowflakes just see no reason to tolerate pointless disrespect like "GG EZ" because it lessens the competitive experience for everybody.
Barkley (NA)
: yeah but why did it get changed in the first place? Just another example of riot fucking with shit that nobody's even talking about while issues that have been present for literal years remain.
It's an easy change to make and unmake. They tried something new, and it wasn't an improvement, so they're changing it back. If they don't experiment, nothing ever gets better, and it doesn't necessarily mean they're pulling resources from existing problems.
Comentários de Rioters
: > [{quoted}](name=Disembark,realm=NA,application-id=3ErqAdtq,discussion-id=VrRovT6V,comment-id=000500000000,timestamp=2018-01-21T00:17:04.904+0000) > > Except there are already Vayne nerfs and targons nerfs coming. > > /thread Lets be honest here. We all know the Vayne "nerf" is going to be another meme of a joke like the -3 AD one was and not really do a damn thing.
You mean the -3 AD nerf that definitely fixed Vayne last time she was a problem?
: I'm already hating twitch at the start of the season.
Endure it until you learn that disengage > Twitch.
Meddler (NA)
: We'll be taking another look at manaflow band, what's currently in testing on the PBE is very unlikely to ship.
Late reply, but have you considered a form of Manaflow Band that doesn't restore mana, and just gives a free spellcast on a shorter cooldown? I feel like this would eliminate the passiveness and raw sustain of live Manaflow Band, and instead push users towards opportunistic trading with their more costly and impactful spells.
: Silent majorities don't exist. If they did, you could prove they do.
Yes they do, because people are less likely to praise something good than bitch about something bad, and if things were that bad, League wouldn't still be the most popular game in the world. Basic psychology plus some common sense. It also explains why you're only seeing the bad responses in these threads, and assuming everybody shares your opinion.
: > [{quoted}](name=Zone0ut,realm=NA,application-id=6heBIhQc,discussion-id=UA79L6EJ,comment-id=00090001,timestamp=2018-01-11T18:16:16.278+0000) > > You assume they were poor decisions and bad actions, when in fact many people (i.e. the silent, supportive majority) feel that the game has been steadily improving. That is your subjective opinion. Do you have proof from a source other then Riot to prove this statment or is this just more blind fan boying and bollocks? Polls from Reddit don't count by the way.
Yeah, I have proof from my own opinion and others' posts in this thread that you're choosing to ignore, and other posts in many non-circle jerk threads that you're choosing to ignore. You're the one assuming everybody thinks in the negative way you do, but you're so oblivious that you actually think I'm the one doing it.
k wìx (NA)
: Every recent balance change reduces choice and player expression. Why are you doing this?
Let me get this straight. As of now, a support's choice is to rush sightstone, or their gold generation item, or their core support item first (Face of the Mountain, etc.), followed by whichever of the two you didn't build first. So, Riot's response is to combine the utility of the first two into one item that you always purchase first, before the support has the option to start building literally any item in the goddamn game instead of fulfilling their 2-3 item quota. And this reduces choice and flexibility? High Plat support main questioning a lot of these "support mains" and their outcries. The support role has long standing problems that will take drastic changes to fix. This gives Riot more options in the long run to add more support items, rework support gold income, or rework how supports interact with exisiting utility items (Randuin's Omen, Rylais, etc.). Don't be so short-sighted.
: You don't support poor decisions and bad actions with positive response. When riot fixes the clown fiesta they forced the game into the boards will go back to being more positive, also if...riot bothers. Then it will be just random buff my favorite champ please or give my champ a skin finally like the good days. Justified community reaction.
You assume they were poor decisions and bad actions, when in fact many people (i.e. the silent, supportive majority) feel that the game has been steadily improving.
Niyumi (NA)
: You think they can't? You have ENTIRE TEAMS of people working on the champ. A lot of it is even done simultaneously. * They'll take old champs and throw the abilities on them and test them out while the model is being made (like, Kled was Gnar riding Hecarim for a while) * They usually bring in the VA while they're doing all the work on animations so the VA can take a guess at the tone and everything. * The sounds are usually made along with the animations. * The writer doesn't just sit there and pick their ass while everyone else is working. And think about it: They're working full-time, 8 hour jobs. In college I was expected to make a fully functional model (of good quality) in two weeks when I had 1 hour classes. And I also did intern work at Nintendo, and did a bit of work at other companies in the area. You know what they would tell me if I said I wanted to spend the ENTIRE summer making one model? I'd be laughed at, or fired on the spot.
You're an idiot and a liar. No way you interned at NINTENDO and have these kinds of misconceptions about game design. This is an entire career field you're blatantly insulting.
Niyumi (NA)
: 1. Come up with an idea (no definite time frame) 2. Start a basic story and visual concept (no definite time frame) 3. Make abilities (a day or two, maybe) 4. Make a model (few days to a week MAX) 5. Animate abiliites (a day or two) 6. Add sound (a day or two) 7. Add voice (depending on actor availability, no definite time frame, but usually within a week) 8. Finish story (a day or two) 9. Release Roughly in that order. Does that add up to 5-8 months? Especially for reworks, which already have an established role and lore identity.
You think they can make a functional kit in 1-2 days, just like that? And animate that kit in 1-2 days? And that all the sound design and voice recording takes just another 1-2 days? You are soooooo ignorant about these processes, it's actually crazy.
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