The Cycle of New Releases and Grief

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ASC Jabberwocky

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07-11-2013

Every time there's a new champion released the noobs fall into the same cycle.
1) Declare it's their new main.
2) Get hyped for the champion.
3) Find out the hard way the champion is either weaker than they expected or doesn't fit the vision they had.
4) Go to the forums and whine about how it needs a buff.
5) Drop the champion because of no buff.
6) See the next new champion and restart at 1.


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Disgruntler

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07-11-2013

Unless it's thresh.

Thresh delivered.


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Ban0kles

Junior Member

07-11-2013

Only noobs get hyped about something then find out it wasn't what they expected?


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Samuel L Jaxx

Senior Member

07-11-2013

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Originally Posted by Black Eis View Post
Every time there's a new champion released the noobs fall into the same cycle.
1) Declare it's their new main.
2) Get hyped for the champion.
3) Find out the hard way the champion is either weaker than they expected or doesn't fit the vision they had.
4) Go to the forums and whine about how it needs a buff.
5) Drop the champion because of no buff.
6) See the next new champion and restart at 1.
Aatrox actually needs a buff.

That aside.....suuuuuuure it's not like Riot has ever released a champ that was OP on release.....riiiight?

Right?


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Amnizu

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07-11-2013

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Originally Posted by Disgruntler View Post
Unless it's thresh.

Thresh delivered.
theres very few champions that havent delivered in terms of power.