viernes, 17 de abril de 2015

How to Deal With & Overcome Ranked Anxiety (Ladder/Performance Anxiety) by Foxdroplol

Ranked anxiety (also known as ladder/performance anxiety) is an issue that many people struggle with. This video will teach you why you experience it, how to cope with it, and how to overcome it.

You can experience it while playing many different games such as League, Dota, CSGO, Starcraft, even real life sports/activities! Essentially any element where there is competition or pressure.

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jueves, 16 de abril de 2015

[S5] Diamond Sejuani Jungle (Cinderhulk OP) by Foxdroplol - League of Legends (Patch 5.7)

A gameplay of the strongest jungler around right now - Sejuani!

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Red - AS
Yellow - Armour
Blues - AP
Quints - AP

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viernes, 3 de abril de 2015

League of Legends - No such thing as ELO Hell by Shats299

You just suck and that's ok

Purge of Dota 2 just updated his classic 'Welcome to Dota: You suck' guide, and there's a really on point section about 'MMR Hell' that I wanted to share with all of you. It's just as pertinent to this game, and will hopefully give you a little perspective (altered into LoL terminology):

The biggest misconception due to this is the fake principle of 'ELO Hell'. The idea is that you are unlucky and get worse than average teammates which result in you not advancing in LP, ever. This doesn’t exist.

The reality is that being good at LoL is extremely multidimensional, as you've probably figured out from the guide.

For example, it’s easy to look at your Kill/Death/Assist ratio and notice that yours is better than your teammates. This leads you to think that your teammates obviously died too many times and that you played better, but perhaps you didn’t back them up enough. Maybe you didn’t do a good enough job zoning the top laner, ganking, or last hitting.

There are MANY reasons that games are lost, but the chances of you getting unlucky with allies is the least likely one.

So look at yourself before you look at others, it's the only way you're going to move up in league. There's nothing wrong with sucking as long as you're honest with yourself about it :)


domingo, 29 de marzo de 2015

Useful LoL websites EVERYONE should know about (2015) by thepanthergaming

This is a remake of the 2013 Reddit post. In this post you will find all of the sites you need about LoL.
Personal Stats ( Summoner Information)
  • - This site grabs a bunch of sites together and puts it into 1 accessible site.
  • LoLProfiler - It analyzes your games and says what kind of a player are you.
  • OP.GG - A site that is mainly used to calculate yours or some other players MMR. You can also use it to check your stats or of other players and you can use it to spectate Korean players.
  • Quickfind - It gives you details about every game. It also shows their wins and loses in their placement matches. It shows the Ranked League decay and shows stats for every champion you've playing in ranked. Overall it's a good startup site for begginers.
  • LoLSummoner - Gives you the global Solo Q stats which may come in handy if you're doing a research. This site also has the global Solo Q ladder so you can check out your favourite LCS player or streamer.
  • LoLNexus - Gives you live details a game that is in progress. It comes in handy for checking out your opponents.
  • Pro Build - A very helpful site that does not only contain builds from LCS players. It also shows you the most played champions.
  • LoLKing - A very good site with a cool design. The site contains contest, charts, streams, champions, 3D models, leaderboards and champion guides.
  • Elophant - Elophant is similar to LoLKind but as a plus feature it has a Elophant Client which analyzes your LoL profile and has the number of skins ( if you don't want to count them) and some other features.
  • - analyzes millions of League of Legends Platinum+ games each patch to provide relevant champion builds, runes, masteries, stats, matchups and counters.
  • CARRY.GG - This site allows you to find out how well your opponents farm, which roles they main, and how hard they carry and you can do all of that while they are plaing against you, live.
  • LolSkill - This site has a more in-depth summoner stats website. It shows your specific ranking on certain champions and has a calculated win chance % for each game.
  • - Another site that gives you stats about players.
  • OPL Stats - This site has stats about the League of Legends Oceanic Pro League.
  • LoLMaster - LoL Master gives you statistics about champions and new lane metas. It's a new site so support the creator.
News/LCS/Pro Scene
  • Riot e-Sports - Official Riot e-Sports site that contains all LCS games and much more statistics about the Pro Scene.
  • Liquid Legends - A site that contains articles on all the latest news in LoL.
  • Surrender at 20 - The best website for news about LoL. Upcoming patches, skins, champions etc. A good way to stay tuned to what's new.
  • Reign of Gaming - It's similar to Surrender at 20.However, they also have awesome in-depth mathcrafting articles and multiple tier lists, including solo, competitive, jungle, threes, and dominion.
  • In2LoL - This looks like a news site that's more focused on the Pro scene.
  • LoLPortal - Another news site. The difference between this one and the other two is that this site has the top ranked teams in the world which is cool.
  • LoLStreamBrowser - A good extension for Chrome users that allows them to watch LCS stream. Instead of subscribing to a Twitch streamer, this extension allows you to mark them as a favourite and you will receive a notification when they are live.
  • eSportspedia - You can use this site to learn more about the LCS.
  • /r/VoDs/ - VoDs from all over the world.
Guides and League Information
  • Skill Capped - A site that help your improve your skills with useful guides.
  • LoLClass - Very good looking site with very good guides from LCS players.
  • SoloMid - The best site there is for guides. Their guides are more detailed and overall they are just best at what they do.
  • LoLPro - Another site similar to SoloMid which contains guides. You can compare or mix their guides with SoloMid and find the ultimate guide for a certain champion.
  • MobaFire - A site that contains build and guides. It also contains tournaments, forums and streams.
  • Leaguepedia - A wikipedia dedicated to LoL. This wiki is more focused on the Pro Scene.
  • League Wikia - Another wiki site that is a slightly better option then Wikipedia. If you want to find out something about LoL then i recommend to search it on this site.
  • LoLBuilder - is an exciting new tool that brings you the best builds from the worlds best League of Legends players in both the diamond and challenger leagues.
  • - "Over the past few years i used the champion builder on, but started using in season 4. Teryd has a way better user interface and overall nicer to use, however it has not yet updated to season 5. It used to be my go to theory crafting website and I'm hoping i can get it enough attention here that people can email the dev on the website and plead for updates. It really was a nice tool to use" Let's all try to mail the dev so he can update the site!
  • LOLDB Global - This site allows you to watch replays of your games. It also has champion and player stats.
  • Summoner School - A subreddit for all of the new summoners.
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