Season Two Regional Spotlight: Korea

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pencilcat

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10-02-2012

Naijin Sword - nobody on their team has a KDA below 8... simply Wow!


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BubbleGoose

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10-02-2012

You spelt CloudTemplars' Hometown wrong.

It's not Kungki Do, it's Gyungido. Same town with Najin SSONG and Cain.

Fix it plz.


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CoolMintz

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10-03-2012

Go Korea!


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NinjaCalibur

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10-03-2012

America and Europe have this down. No sweat.

This isn't like other online games where you have Americans and Europeans practicing their gameplay a little bit here and there, just getting a certain Clan Ranked Stat and then flying around world to compete with a Korean team that has trained 24/7 hardcore.
This is League of Legends. Where everyone trains fairly well. Including the top American and European teams. They are not unprepared.

I've always found that the main reason Korean teams have always outshined other country teams in online games is due to their intense training, while other countries team's simply do not train so hard at all. And when it has come down to it, when other countries HAVE trained just as hard as Korean teams.. a large portion of the time the Korean teams lose.

Goodluck to these Korean teams. It is nice to see Korea in the competition. But they won't be getting anywhere close to an easy pass on the American and European teams.


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Based Escroto

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10-03-2012

Quote:
Originally Posted by NinjaCalibur View Post
America and Europe have this down. No sweat.

This isn't like other online games where you have Americans and Europeans practicing their gameplay a little bit here and there, just getting a certain Clan Ranked Stat and then flying around world to compete with a Korean team that has trained 24/7 hardcore.
This is League of Legends. Where everyone trains fairly well. Including the top American and European teams. They are not unprepared.

I've always found that the main reason Korean teams have always outshined other country teams in online games is due to their intense training, while other countries team's simply do not train so hard at all. And when it has come down to it, when other countries HAVE trained just as hard as Korean teams.. a large portion of the time the Korean teams lose.

Goodluck to these Korean teams. It is nice to see Korea in the competition. But they won't be getting anywhere close to an easy pass on the American and European teams.
Wait, stupid or troll?


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Zionova

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10-03-2012

The reason you do not see a Gold Per Minute stat is because they focus on super aggressive play that is based upon pushing objectives above farming. These guys need a turrets per 5 minutes stat.


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Sticky Yurple

Senior Member

10-03-2012

well what do you know. the korean ad players most played ads are Graves Corki Ezreal. didnt see that coming.


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Reats

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10-03-2012

Gangam Style.


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Meowlick

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10-03-2012

Tsmtsmtsmtsm


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Saturdays

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10-03-2012

Riot show their gold per minute stat.. seriously whats wrong with showing the korean's their top notch skills... I demand that stat to be shown... this is outrageous