They recently upgraded match making to take into account the number of games played. To me, this means that I’ll be playing with more people around 1000 wins.
The first thing I hear after getting into this game is the other team complaining about my Ezreal pick. They are saying that it’s FOTM and cliche. That’s all well and good, but I’ve been playing Ezreal for longer than some of these people have even been playing! It’s not fair for them to attack my champion pick unless I turn out to suck with him! Time to prove all the haters wrong.
0/6/1 Vayne speaks volumes about how bot lane went. I would have killed to have a Nunu support, but Taric ended up doing just fine.
Our mid lane got really fed, so not as much responsibility was left on my shoulders to deal all the damages, and Kayle was also building ADC, so I decided to go Frozen Fist and Static Shiv, which is what I like to call “the fun build”. It’s honestly not so much about dealing sustained damage. However, you still have a considerable amount of damage. This build is about kiting with Q. If you land one Q then the whole enemy team is slowed. That means you get another one for free. However, landing the first Q drops your cooldowns by one second. Chaining multiple Qs means that your abilities have no cooldown. With the cooldown reduction from Frozen Fist, combined with each Q landing lowering the cooldowns, it feels very spammable. You can escape from anyone chasing you except for Riven. She’s still broken because she doesn’t have to walk, she just uses abilities to catch you. If Cristina Vee wasn’t so cool I would hate the guts out of Riven.
I had a really sick snipe this game too. Lee Sin got away from Diana with just a speck of health. I shot my ult from bot lane at their middle inhibitor and saw as it tagged Lee Sin. He started to rage about how that hadn’t hit him. Later, he wanted to report me for “hax” as I was able to hit him with Q three times blindly as he ran in the fog of war. I love it when people think I cheat. It makes not cheating that much better.