Started an analytic lolblog: How changing your mentality will improve your game!
TD;LR a rundown of how your mentality fights against you when playing League of Legends and some theorycrafting on what you can do to turn that around. Also a few tips that I use myself to control and learn from my losses which eventually turns me into a better player.
Nice start. Liked #6 in particular as the rest was fairly straight forward.
Might want to add why exactly we should be listening to you, as that'll help lend credence to your articles.
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Originally Posted by Ajesto
Thank you, I am not an native english speaker, how did you feel about the wording and grammar?
Nice to hear that you will spread it!
Seeing how I did not turn away in disgust, the wording and grammar was fine. If it wasn't I'd have commented on it. Ironically, it's the 'about bit' where I did notice a mistake: "it's community" - should be "its community". However, that's minor.
Good read, would read again 10/10. I seriously probably will read this again
My little 2 cents, would be after winning a ranked game, I never like to go right back and Que for another. I find it helps to just sit back, browse social media, get food/drink, and do a few other things to unwind. LoL can be pretty stressful and build that tension of "I'M WINNING GOTTA PLAY ANOTHER SO I GET MOAR ELO!!!!!!11!"
This was great .. Really made me open my eyes to my own mistakes instead of always blaming someone else.
Took me about a day or two to get used to playing by it. What I did was that every time I died, I would make a note and explain to my self why I died! It really helped, and showed me that most of the time it was lack of mapawareness. And knowing that, I have been able to improve! Am passing on the article to anyone I meet complaining about Elo hell.