League of Legends player society also has its own class, Vayne going Top or Yasuo going Mid are always considered as the lowest members in this miniature society.
MOBA players in general and League of Legends in particular always seek recognition in terms of skills. To get this, they are willing to ignore tons of “bricks and stones” from their teammates to choose for themselves champions that require high skills, but it also comes with many weaknesses to exploit tactically. .
Top lane: Vayne
Vayne is an extremely popular ADC, when brought to the top lane, she will become a nightmare for any tanker champion, staggered gladiator trying to get close, Vayne will glide with Q – Acrobatics, even if you try to approach, you will be ejected with E – Condemnation, and when she reaches level 6, you will only have to accept the fate of letting Vayne play. Even trying to resist by building defensive equipment, Vayne also gives you a headache thinking if you have a lot of health, Silver Arrow will increase damage, if you have a lot of armor, Silver Arrow will deal more damage. normal damage and completely remove that resistant layer. Therefore, Vayne is a very powerful card in the hands of highly skilled players like TheShy. Especially at ranks like Challenger, where the jungler is always ready to be “slaves” to the Vaybu, constantly ganking the pale Shadowhunter.
Vayne in the hands of highly skilled players is always scary
However, in an environment of low ranked players, Vayne is really a lousy choice, low level players seem to have a lot of passion for this option. Despite her many kills, Vayne still finds it difficult to contribute to teamfights, and her low health makes it easy for Vayne to be defeated if she doesn’t handle the situation quickly and correctly – something only high level players can do. So in most cases you will only see a green Vayne that is useless in combat, or a Vayne that is completely wasted from start to finish, continuously feeding the network without stopping.
Jungle: Master Yi
The low-ranked god of war, the destroyer, the “scrambler” saint are the nicknames that every player knows about Master Yi. How many times have you escaped an LCK-style fight, each one still has a dot of blood, before you could rejoice, suddenly out of nowhere, an 8-eyed guy came from nowhere with the speed of a Boeing 747, gently. Browse through the pentakills. Master Yi with a simple skill set, easy to play and easy to win has really always been a prestigious choice when climbing ranks at low ranks. Especially after version 12.13, Riot has given Master Yi the ability to choose a landing position when Q – Alpha Skill helps him like a “Tiger grows more wings” easily outplaying inexperienced enemies.
It can be said that Master Yi is the opposite version of Vayne, with a short range and easy-to-counter gameplay that makes Wuju Swordsman completely caught at high ranks, a champion like Yi will be completely useless if the opponent always keeps it. his control techniques. In addition, high-level players always have good vision control to predict the movement of Master Yi, a champion with no control, very cramped because only Q to close will almost impossible to contribute to combat once a standing position is detected.
Mid lane: YasuoDubbed the “National General” of the Vietnamese server, Yasuo has an extremely powerful and virtual skill set. Passive Path of the Wanderer increases crit chance by 2.5 times. E – Sweeping Sword is the fastest cooldown in the game, making Yasuo extremely transformative in combat. Not only maneuvering, Yasuo’s dps (damage over time) is also at the top of League of Legends, by interspersing Q – Sword Storm with normal attacks that are always critical. Yasuo can also be an assassin with his famous ultimate, a move that helps him close and kill enemies who are being knocked up.
Yasuo’s biggest problem is his huge dependence on the squad, but most players choose Yasuo regardless of teammates and enemies. The wind swordsman with too low health will make it difficult for him to join the fight if his teammates can’t knock the enemy up for Yasuo. At this point, he is forced to self-destruct, although he is mobile, if he encounters a barricade in front of the enemy carries, Yasuo will not have a glimmer of hope to be thrown, 90% of the time Yasuo his team will evaporates and is completely harmless in combat. Another shortcoming of Yasuo is that it will be difficult for him to get up once he is too old, especially for low-level players.
The Teemo weasel is on the border of love and hate, some people will love the cute and lovely appearance of Agile Scouts, but for most League of Legends players, everyone certainly hates the skill set that inhibits the opponent. by Teemo. When brought to the bot lane, Teemo will play according to the motto “Death is also dead”, only aiming for Q – Blind Darts to disable the ability to attack – which makes 50% of all power gunner as well. In addition, the Poison Traps are also extremely haunting when entering an area where there are no eyes to control
Gunner Teemo is an anti-meta game, but it’s very bad at high ranks, where players buy control wards and constantly move to sweep vision, causing the pitfalls of hard-working Teemo to fall apart, once The strongest move has been disabled, Teemo is almost out of cards. Q range of only 680 is not enough to be used on any ADC who knows how to keep his distance, Teemo’s use is a round zero in the match.
Support: LuxIn essence, Lux support is not a bad choice. She can control ranged enemies with Q – Light Lock then deal damage with E – Light Orb and R – Ultimate Rainbow. Not only has the ability to attack, Lux also provides a protective shield that can be up to 1000 by 1 time the Protection Prism. There were times when Lux support was the dominant card in the bot lane meta to the point where Riot had to heavily nerf Miss Light.
The point is that Lux’s annoyance is that in terms of people, the players who choose Lux are usually the ones who are supported by autofill (automatically select the location), with the mentality of not wanting to humble themselves for their teammates, they just choose Lux. With a losing mentality, quit. Because they don’t know how to play Lux, they will often cause disadvantages to their teammates such as destroying minions with E, poor movement, easy to be caught alone, do not know how to control vision. The inhibitions of gunner players who encounter the Support Lux will culminate when they are about to take a kill when they are lost by the Ultimate Rainbow from nowhere – an uncomfortable feeling.
Of course, the champion on the list above is easy to create highlights for life, but it is only really strong in the hands of a master, or in a tactically suitable lineup. But most of those factors don’t appear in low rankings, which is why players who “miss” to choose the golden faces above receive “quite heavy” comments when playing unsuccessfully from the community. League of Legends such as: “cognitive decadence”, “degradation of human intelligence”, “destroyer of joy”.