http://oce.op.gg/summoner/userName=dw+soul+roc in oceanic now Lol
5172-1206-0622 pokemon FC Lets Battle!!
Haha the edits on Vi's page are pretty funny So her sister is joining the league... I'm guessing bruiser, because Riot love them some bruisers :P, probably AP based, because the last champ was AD... so yeah I'd say a Jungle/toplane AP bruiser.
With a gun
also, her Lol wiki page has been editted hehe fathands
btw... does anyone think "Police Brutality" would actually have been a better name for her ult
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Reading A Song of Ice and Fire is like playing with an adorable puppy, then someone comes up out of nowhere, shoots the puppy and punches you in the face.
Stands in front of 100 enemies with 10% health left "Myeh, I'll save my potions for when I REALLY need them." - every rpg player ever.
Okay, new policy while playing LoL. Not a single word during game, none. I'll just ping or not do anything at all, act like I don't speak english.
Quoting Barney Stinson "That's what corporate America wants, people who seem bold risk takers but never actually do anything, actually doing things gets you fired".
Or, translated to LoL, actually trying to give advice to others what to do gets you reported, and banned.
"Not a single word" policy can hurt you more than you think. Sometimes you need to cooperate, like, when you have tanky top+jungler and both of them builds the locket.
I follow easy rules to not "snowball" flame
-don't answer to "y u pick this?" questions
-don't expect everyone to be at your level (works for both sides, if you are not that experienced, you shouldn't think that everyone is better than you. It can lead to "soraka build wota first" bullshit)
-don't call roles, pick whatever is left
-don't give advice to your teammates about their builds
-don't give a fuck about what others type about you (my last game was Karthus mid, i was called a troll for picking him, and after giving away FB and one more death due to two ganks and me overextending, i've managed to come back and made this game by doing 50% of overall champion damage from our team and making all major teamfights into ace. Was a long game tho, because team thought that it's good to take baron/dragon at 40 minute of the game after making ace and me being the only dead champion)
-don't yell at your team for bad performance
There is a lot of "communication" in LoL (same as dota 2) when people just flame each other and make excuses after getting killed or w/e. This makes things only worse. If you died, well, this sux, but you don't need to type something like "omg stupid team no ss report all. [All] Yolo McSwagger: report my team bronze players, surr at 20"
Originally Posted by Urban Dictionary
I keep wondering when I'm going to get reported to be honest since people make it sound so easy.. I talk a fair bit in my games and I've not received a warning or anything yet. I think there's a difference in attitude between giving advice where you word it "Singed, y no rod of ages???" and simply saying on chat "If anyone can go a bit more tanky we could really use it." or saying "Support, ward." or saying "We're a little low on vision, if anyone has a spare slot grab a ward or two next back." (accompanied by you buying some wards yourself.)
I don't know - I know that I chat a lot, I ask for people to do things a lot but it's never really been a problem but I don't always answer people. If anyone has a go at me like "SONA Y U NO FLASH ULT" and it's something obvious like my ult was on cooldown or they were on the other side of the map, I just don't reply at all anymore, because people asking questions aggressively are looking for a fight, not a legitimate answer.
There was no insult towards Jax, or anyone else, it was simply a remark @ our teamcomposition and he somehow took it as an insult. His response was fairly amusing ;P
But I agree, more often than not it's about the way the "advice" is given and not taken.
Last thing I remember that was bad was telling 'how do I get such a stupid person on my game' and another time was when I was playing with Hudson and I went a bit overboard with my 'helping', he knows what it is. And that was it, two times. I don't think two reports are enough to warrant a warning.
Anyway, yeah, there's sometimes no point in trying to help, and I see that, but I still try for some really stupid reason. I just need to drop it I guess.
i've played a bit cassio jungle lately..
it's actually not that bad, but she is easy to counter jungle