Haedrig (NA)
: If you one trick riven and you are hard stuck gold for 3 seasons, you're pretty bad. But take this with a grain of salt, I don't consider Riven on the "insanely" difficult champ to master, for example nidelee or lee sin. so after getting in about 200 games you probably have a good understanding of mechanics and what the champion can do and not do (I hope). I would like to assume you watch vods on riven from the higher elo players like adrian or box box or whatever degenerate likes to play the champ but if that still hasn't helped you then it's probably how you play the game and how it works, whats important and what shhould be prioritized over others. Your cs is pretty bad even when you're ahead so that obviously needs to be improved but I would focus on stuff like wave manipulation, map awareness, vision score, match ups, etc. that type of thing. There is nothing wrong with being a shit player, but there is a problem with staying shit, if you care about this game enough to invest time into doing stuff like watching your replays to see what you did wrong or could have done better or reading into matchups and the cd restraints on champion abilities (I know boxbox does) then this might not be the game for you. Prove to yourself that this is your game, that this game deserves your effort because if it doesn't, don't waste your time here. Good luck on making you decision. P.S. every challenger Riven main has never struggled to uphold their rank over the seasons. Just food for thought
> [{quoted}](name=Haedrig,realm=NA,application-id=yrc23zHg,discussion-id=89t0ARkN,comment-id=0001,timestamp=2019-09-20T14:44:46.358+0000) > > If you one trick riven and you are hard stuck gold for 3 seasons, you're pretty bad. But take this with a grain of salt, I don't consider Riven on the "insanely" difficult champ to master, for example nidelee or lee sin. so after getting in about 200 games you probably have a good understanding of mechanics and what the champion can do and not do (I hope). I would like to assume you watch vods on riven from the higher elo players like adrian or box box or whatever degenerate likes to play the champ but if that still hasn't helped you then it's probably how you play the game and how it works, whats important and what shhould be prioritized over others. Your cs is pretty bad even when you're ahead so that obviously needs to be improved but I would focus on stuff like wave manipulation, map awareness, vision score, match ups, etc. that type of thing. There is nothing wrong with being a shit player, but there is a problem with staying shit, if you care about this game enough to invest time into doing stuff like watching your replays to see what you did wrong or could have done better or reading into matchups and the cd restraints on champion abilities (I know boxbox does) then this might not be the game for you. Prove to yourself that this is your game, that this game deserves your effort because if it doesn't, don't waste your time here. Good luck on making you decision. > > P.S. every challenger Riven main has never struggled to uphold their rank over the seasons. Just food for thought Alright so you are probably right. I already know I'm a shit player, but I don't think its the mechanics that are holding me back as I can fast combo, doublecast, do several oneshot combos. You probably nailed it on the head in terms of I haven't learned the actually hard mechanics of farming under pressure, wave management, and oh my lord my map awareness. I'll probably go the rest of the season and see what happens. After that then maybe I'll decide its too much effort to continuously put time and effort into. Thanks man you are a real one
: Sounds like you really just aren't into the game anymore, and that's alright. If you get bored too easily to continue practicing, then it's time to retire from League
> [{quoted}](name=BongMage420,realm=NA,application-id=yrc23zHg,discussion-id=89t0ARkN,comment-id=0000,timestamp=2019-09-20T07:33:41.423+0000) > > Sounds like you really just aren't into the game anymore, and that's alright. If you get bored too easily to continue practicing, then it's time to retire from League I don't think it is that i get to bored to keep practicing its more like new games come out that I get excited for such as but not limited to: Borderlands 3 Path of Exile Rainbow 6 Siege The new expansions/games just sucks me away from league for upwards of like weeks to maybe a month, then I'm hyped to play league but get discouraged from constant losing
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: Nova Fire Gaming is recruiting for Top/Mid Silver/gold
I would like to know more before I go signing up but I am available for practice and I am gold 5 top main. Hit me up on discord if you wanna tell me more. - XeriiK
: Can we Get Draft Mode Available at level 3 please(no 16 Champ requirement)
The point of making you buy the 16 champs is so you always have options in case all the people you own gets banned. if you only own 3 champs you can be completely banned out and that is not something people want to deal with usually. I mean there is the free rotation for people to test but you shouldn't be restricted to them if you get everyone banned out in your champion pool.
: Some thoughts on Support
To get things straight I don't support much but when I do I'm with friends. I am saying that as my opinion may not be right in some people's eyes and I would appreciate not getting roasted if I am wrong. So my solution to the support problem may be lowering their cost of IP because it takes super long to get that 6300 and if your between lets say Khazix and Thresh you are going for the one you are more likely to have fun with. Im not going to say which is more fun to you but I prefer to play the more damage dealers and play a lot of Riven so recently I bought Rengar and Ezreal because they look to do lots for the team in terms of damage. It just isn't as incentivizing as is it to get the support at the such a high cost. My second thought is that there is less rewards for landing things such as hooks like blitz and thresh other than maybe an assist while a well placed Ezreal ult can kill people that would've otherwise gotten away and rewarded a kill, an assist to whatever other lane, or maybe clearing a wave with it to get the gold. The support isn't supposed to acquire the cs and get yelled at in all chat if they do so. My last thought is there isn't a carry factor of it. When you are actively climbing the ladder you are supposed to carry yourself. You may reach a point that is where you belong mechanically wise and then start playing support so you can let others do all the work for you to climb. I am sorry if that offends you support mains but I personally think that way as I don't like not being able to 1v1 without hoping for some otherworldly miracle (which does happen). So this may be as wrong as wrong can be but thank you for reading why I prefer to not support.
Jayrises (NA)
: What is your Champion Pool for each lane?
Top: {{champion:92}} {{champion:39}} {{champion:114}} Jg: {{champion:92}} {{champion:102}} {{champion:113}} {{champion:24}} Mid: {{champion:92}} {{champion:84}} {{champion:245}} ADC: {{champion:81}} {{champion:15}} Sup: {{champion:12}} {{champion:25}} {{champion:412}} I just majority of the time play Riven.
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