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@Riot : Custom Item Build to Replace Recommended

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hey its brent

Member

11-06-2011

I know people have brought this up before, but I want to see how people feel about it now.
Is there any skill required in clicking Rod Of Ages then Sapphire crystal then Tear then Pendant, or would a separate menu (Just like the ones for mysteries and runes) be more helpful. Something like this :


Items
Akali >>> {Bloodthirster} {Tear of the Goddess} {Chalice of Harmony} ..... etc.
or a separate check box that said
Use Recommended items [x]
Not too hard,
Store them locally, like mysteries.

Btw, I was totes joking about the Akali build, Dont make fun of me :C


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Conman0210

Senior Member

11-06-2011

The recommended items are there because that's exactly what they are...recommended items. And honestly, beyond 1-2 "core" items that a champion will pick up every game, further items should be subject to each individual matchup 99% of the time. I'd rather Riot work on other, more significant projects rather than dedicate the time and resources necessary to code something like this into the game.


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Vuliev

Senior Member

11-06-2011

Quote:
NotACleverPony:
The recommended items are there because that's exactly what they are...recommended items. And honestly, beyond 1-2 "core" items that a champion will pick up every game, further items should be subject to each individual matchup 99% of the time. I'd rather Riot work on other, more significant projects rather than dedicate the time and resources necessary to code something like this into the game.


I understand your sentiment, but there are already simple third-party programs to do this; plus, there was a red thread telling players how to mod the game files to "hard-code" their recommended builds in. The only thing they'd need to write is a simple drag-and-drop interface to actually create the build. I doubt it would take more than a few weeks in a worst-case scenario.


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