: Forget low-elo. Theres nothing sadder than a Yasuo.
U better choose your next words very, very carefully.
: Considering Ranked Play- Serious Mature People Only!
: Any RP for me (don't send me scams websites ,just the code )
: Top Lanes State
ALL U HAVE TO DO IS PULL OUT THE LMAOKAI AND YOUR TOP LANE IS A BREEZE
: Diana, ka'zix, or yasuo
Y A S U O O N L Y
Maraudaur (OCE)
: LoL Detective - Episode 1
In this case, you just EMBRACE THE LEAGUE OF DRAVEEEEEEEEEN
Vespar (OCE)
: Summoner spells
It is possible and RECOMMENDED to play with bots if you are new :)
: Hacker sighted
ahahahahaah
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BubbaCuz (OCE)
: Looking for a high elo MENTOR
If you really want to improve, the most effective way to do so is to focus on your own mistakes. Improvement simply requires a good attitude and with time you will develop high level mechanics and game sense. It doesn't matter how well you play, there's always something you could do better. It doesn't matter how bad your teammates play, there's always someway you could've played better. Sure, some games may be unwinnable, but I guarantee you that in 50% of your loses where your team throws and gets caught especially lategame, if YOU don't throw you could stall out the game and prevent them from ending. I suggest using "/mute all" and recording your gameplay with OBS, then looking over at your mistakes. This is the best way to avoid the sweet temptation of laying all the blame on your teammates. There is no major secrets or ways to improve in a week from a silver level player to a diamond level player. But, as long as you have the right attitude and put the time into learning the game, you will improve at a fast pace. In terms of developing your game knowledge, no one on these forums could sum up the game in just a few paragraphs, you should put the time into watching youtube videos from high level players that explain the game. Don't watch some Plat 5 yapping about, look for professional / at least high diamond level analysts. I suggest you visit Lastshadow9's channel, he is a professional analyst and puts up videos of him during his coaching sessions, they are very useful. Hope that helps brotha.

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