: > [{quoted}](name=Silly Neeko,realm=NA,application-id=3ErqAdtq,discussion-id=106n5OXg,comment-id=0000,timestamp=2019-10-31T00:01:08.564+0000) > > Here is a few tips. > > 1. Play every champion on the free rotation in a bot game and read what they do. This seems tedious but the amount of times people lose a match simply because they have 0 clue what they do, is rediculous. Even older players are often like "wait, it does that?" (Not including all the additional random tidbits that can be said with various champion interactions). > > 2. Farming and warding is key. You will not find it as important for now, but there is 2 things higher ranked people have that help them out.... good CS scores (creep scores, killing minions) so something that you can do as a warm up each day is going into a practice tool (via "make game", going to "custom" at the top, and then going to practice tool) and turning off experience and buying no items, then spend 10 minutes working on last hitting the minions. Good cs is roughly 80-100 cs in 10 minutes. This will have you at the absolute weakest state to farm with and if you can cs there, you can cs in game. > > 3. If someone is being a jerk, mute them. Report if you feel they are being too rude. > > 4. Dont mind losing a few matches while trying to learn a champ. You will be pitted against a wide variety of skill opponents. Some will be better than you, some will be worse. No matter what people might say, normals are for learning a champion. While bots is often the best place to FIRST TIME champions.... you cant get better at a champion against opponents.... if there is no opponents. > > 5. Music is always good. League has some pretty good songs that was made for the worlds and different champions etc. Then there is parodies if you are into that, or just whatever your favorite music is. Yeah, good tips. I'd chime in to add. Just play the game a lot. You will eventually get the hang of it. There is no hurry and its more important to enjoy it. Good luck on the Rift!
Much appreciated, thank you! It’s super encouraging finding people like you and others in this thread who are as helpful and kind as you all have been!
Keiaga (NA)
: Add me in-game and let's play. I'd love to help you out every now and then. The best way to practice is against bots. There's also a few champs I would consider "training wheel" champs that teach you the basics and are very easy to play you'll learn what everyone does through experience so I recommend keeping your champ pool as small as possible
Okay, will add when I get on after work, thanks! I have a mic and discord if you prefer that over game chat!
: Here is a few tips. 1. Play every champion on the free rotation in a bot game and read what they do. This seems tedious but the amount of times people lose a match simply because they have 0 clue what they do, is rediculous. Even older players are often like "wait, it does that?" (Not including all the additional random tidbits that can be said with various champion interactions). 2. Farming and warding is key. You will not find it as important for now, but there is 2 things higher ranked people have that help them out.... good CS scores (creep scores, killing minions) so something that you can do as a warm up each day is going into a practice tool (via "make game", going to "custom" at the top, and then going to practice tool) and turning off experience and buying no items, then spend 10 minutes working on last hitting the minions. Good cs is roughly 80-100 cs in 10 minutes. This will have you at the absolute weakest state to farm with and if you can cs there, you can cs in game. 3. If someone is being a jerk, mute them. Report if you feel they are being too rude. 4. Dont mind losing a few matches while trying to learn a champ. You will be pitted against a wide variety of skill opponents. Some will be better than you, some will be worse. No matter what people might say, normals are for learning a champion. While bots is often the best place to FIRST TIME champions.... you cant get better at a champion against opponents.... if there is no opponents. 5. Music is always good. League has some pretty good songs that was made for the worlds and different champions etc. Then there is parodies if you are into that, or just whatever your favorite music is.
This was extraordinarily informative, thank you! I never would have thought to practice CSing the way you described it. Everything else seems pretty simple and standard so I’ll try that out some more before hopping into player games. As for wards, where are common/optimal spots to keep an eye on aside from objectives? I started warding where I feel I would get ganked, but they don’t feel like they’re in great spots.
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