Summoner’s Guide: Rapid League of Legends Consulting
Now I can not play League of Legends. In the most severe cases, I had to send my gaming laptop manufacturer to be repaired. While frustrating, I can not play a sleepless, I looked at my roommate’s shoulder, and his play. He is usually pretty good, and he is a better medium than my players, he sometimes theatrical genius.
On the other hand, he let a lot of little mistakes, not very good at certain things. While I sat in the driver’s seat or so, I did a lot of small inquiry point, he is just one of the most competent suck. I later claimed that he came back, he was getting better and better, of course, I like the wise mentor, I told him that he did not actually trying to improve on any of the things he performed poorly. “I said:” You have to make efforts to improve. “You can not just play and get better, you have to focus on getting better.”
To know where you are
If I can I give him suggestions and highlight the most important, and I know your character is on the screen is the most critical. It’s easy as a mage, harder as you become more dependent on the shooting or continuous blow. ADC has a hard bruiser harder. In battle, it is easy to lose where you get position.
He played AD Kog’maw and ever out of place in teamfights period. I noticed that this is a trend. He would do almost anything when he was playing a character scaling attack damage. We have no reason to AD KOG should always be close to 500 auto-attack the enemy within, unless he was already dead, suicide run.
It is simple geometry: if you try to be the safest possible, you want to own the position farthest from the enemy team, you can still shoot. No enemies on the team should be more than another player on your team closer to you.
If you’re a big guy, mouse precision is the key. Sometimes you can not see your character, because the model overlap, so just click on whatever it is you want to bash.
This is a proposal is too short, an entire column, but it’s worth it. This is a common mistake, and it is worth spending a lot of practice.