Play to your Champions Strengths, Not your Weaknesses:
Champions can be played differently and have been known to cheese builds or unorthodox play-styles, always keep in mind though that some Champions are simply limited to how they are supposed to be played. You have a greater Chance to succeed when you build off their intended purposes for what they are strong in.
Hold off getting your level one skill:
Before you go to lane, it is always wise to hold off getting your first skill. Sometimes certain Champions benefit more by holding off in case your team wants to start a level one fight/invade etc. By locking in your first skill that isn't a stun/snare/etc. and your team wants to do one of these strategies leaves a gap in your team play.
Protect your team's Jungler:
Your Jungler is paramount to your team just like any other lane, it is very important that your Jungler can at least make his or her first jungle clear. So they can start assisting the lanes and ward when needed. If the enemy team or Jungler is invading, trying to steal buffs or kill your Jungler knowing that your current Jungler has a weak clearing time. Punish them for it!
Don't leave a teammate behind:
Assuming odds are equal in players, such as 3v3 or even 3v2, and it isn't suicide. Don't leave a teammate behind to die if you have the chance to take someone with them, otherwise it would be in vain and leave you at a further disadvantage.
Commit to your starting fights or do not:
Often times you will want to start a team fight or skirmish. If you see that your opponents made a mistake and wish to punish them for it, either fully commit to it or wait.
Nothing is more frustrating for you or your team mates then being constantly indecisive. Commit or do not!
Baron buff? Juicy Dragon?
If your team has baron buff and you want to take dragon or other buffs like blue and red. Only do it if it is on the way to the nexus.
Do not waste precious seconds of a baron buff that you can spend better time taking down towers to that nexus!
If the enemy team is missing, assume they are camping next to you in that bush:
Don't extend past your tower without vision or knowing the enemy team is clear across the map away from you. Them missing especially late game leaves you vulnerable if you're alone.
Do not surrender in Ranked games:
It is poor sportsmanship if the game is very early. Games can turn around and many times has happened again and again.
If you know for a fact that you're going to lose, you might not want to waste your time but neither does the other team.
Fight tooth and nail and give them a run for their money for that game!
This guide would benefit very much if it was maybe stickied for all
the newer or older players for review.
*reserved for use two*
Hell, you can get to plat on 2 runepages.
I only recently bought a third runepage, and that was by mistake, lmao!
2-3 champs on every role?
I play like 5-6 champs at proficient level max!
Most top players have a champ pool of less than 8.
You wanna get better elo?
Pick 5-6 champs in 2 roles, max
Play said champs for 100 games straight
games r easy
Communicate your Bans!
Why: Banning Champions are not about whose OP and going to steam roll you, It is about counter plays in accordance to your TEAM COMP that are going to ruin it.
Even in high elo play this never goes... It's always banning champs that can get fed easy and steamroll.
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