"There are two types of guys in this world. Guys who sniff their fingers after scratching their balls, and dirty fucking liars." -StylesClashv3
"Elo Hell is where the Ego is greater than the Elo." -Bystekhilcar
Special Forces GP is pretty badass, other than he still have a pirate voice...... WTB Solid Snake voice over
"Oh, wretched ephemeral race, children of chance and misery, why do you compel me to tell you what it would be more expedient for you not to hear? What is best of all is utterly beyond your reach; not to be born, not to be, to be nothing. But the second best for you is --- to die soon." Silenus
Short and sweet: Olaf or Pantheon? Stumped on which one to buy.
Top Volibear/jayce (volibear tank is OP and Q to run away if you have a tank on the team take jayce he is a really good damage dealer and has good survival and escape tools)
Support (blitz or Taric, Taric heals and he is a better team player, Blitz will feed your AD carry early game if your skill with Q+E is good, also Blitz can chace and keep the enemy stun since his E has low CD and his W gives him allot of speed with short CD)
Mid Arhi has nice burts a CC to pull enemies to your team or preventing them from attacking for a short period, her ulti lets her tower dive and escape quickly,
Annie is a great champion too to play mid, just make sure you have stun when your jungler comes to gank it is an easy kill, it is also good to escape when you get ganked.
AD carry Corki if you have a support that stuns if not Graves or Kog they are really good and KOG is a great tank killer if you have the right items you can take half of the enemy tank's HP before a team fight.
Bad - This is a bad player, he refuses to learn how to play correctly.
Casual - This is a player that will let everything else take priority over wow.
Hardcore - This is a player that is fine with putting things on hold while he's on wow.
Bad/Good - Measure of Skill.
Casual/Hardcore - Measure of Time
Well, i usually roll Taric for support. Wo should i buy next: Lux or Janna?
And for Jungling? Lee Sin or Maokai?
For jungling, I would eventually get both. Maoki has more reliable ganks, and is very safe. Lee sin has excellent ganks, but they are harder to pull off. Overall Lee Sin is a much harder jungler than Maoki. I prefer Lee Sin because I like his playstyle, but both are completely viable.
You will love Lee Sin once you learn when and where (if you have a good shot) to use his skillshot (q). The wraith camp area is great, granted you usually want to get the wraiths first so you don't hit one by accident but if you can land it which is usually just about at max range on the mid it's such a great feeling knowing that you pulled off such a hard gank. Also when you clear camps make sure you auto attack twice after every ability use because the passive gives you attack speed and energy regeneration for two hits.
He's a fantastic early game ganker. His late game is questionable though and that may be where you may not like him if you dislike horrible late gamers.