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Submitted: 01/18/2013
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User avatar #1 - spleed (01/18/2013) [-]
You're probably at that point where you'll have to sacrifice a small bit of fun for some seriousness. Learn champions, ETC.

It'll get fun once you instinctively learn the game.
#12 - gatsu (01/18/2013) [+] (3 replies)
1>Choose a pool of champs (max 3-4) and start use only them. If you try to play too many different characters at the first levels you are just going to confuse yourself.    
Don't play hard champions (you can see the difficulty of a champ in the stats and they are mostly correct).   
   
2> Follow mobafire guides like the bible, and always choose the first one updated to season 3.   
   
3>Watch a lot of video on youtube about your champ and learn the tricks (for example blitz grab can pull blue golem throught bushes, trynda can use his e to get throught walls etc etc.)   
   
4> Now that you are more confident start making your own build and adapt it to every game, keep always an eye on mobafire but use your brain.   
   
5> After some game you will get bored of playing Garen and Teemo, start buy more difficult champions and repeat the 3 and 4 steps until you master them.
1>Choose a pool of champs (max 3-4) and start use only them. If you try to play too many different characters at the first levels you are just going to confuse yourself.
Don't play hard champions (you can see the difficulty of a champ in the stats and they are mostly correct).

2> Follow mobafire guides like the bible, and always choose the first one updated to season 3.

3>Watch a lot of video on youtube about your champ and learn the tricks (for example blitz grab can pull blue golem throught bushes, trynda can use his e to get throught walls etc etc.)

4> Now that you are more confident start making your own build and adapt it to every game, keep always an eye on mobafire but use your brain.

5> After some game you will get bored of playing Garen and Teemo, start buy more difficult champions and repeat the 3 and 4 steps until you master them.
#5 - anonymous (01/18/2013) [+] (2 replies)
if you are looking for the competitive aspect of a MOBA, play dota and not LoL. Why? im not claiming dota is the better game for everybody, but it is just a far more competitively viable game, and if you'r really into progressively improving at a game, it's time to quit LoL
#10 to #5 - colehaffner (01/18/2013) [-]
weird, i never seem to see professional DOTA players playing for a million dollars with millions of viewers
#15 - profschaos (01/18/2013) [-]
Also, don't let you being in a loosing streak get you down. Just remember, if you're in a loosing streak, your opponents are getting harder because you're getting better. Eventually, you'll get back up to pace but on another level. This will happen every so often, because as I said, the more you win, the harder your opponents will get. Just keep at it!
User avatar #20 - prodigygreywolf (01/19/2013) [+] (1 reply)
Thank you all for your help, My losing streak stopped after I figured out what I was doing wrong, and I learned some new things to try/practice, so once again, thank you
User avatar #4 - frozzendeth (01/18/2013) [-]
find some champions you like to play lets say 2-3 in the same category like jungler or mid... then find some guides on them and learn to play those very good...
Then you should be able to do a little better :) and play with friends, it's easier and it helps a lot if you can talk together over skype or ts so you can plan ganks and team fights

User avatar #3 - sincoura (01/18/2013) [-]
Whatever champ you're playing, get an idea of how much damage each of your abilities does, that way if you commit to try and kill them, you know they're going to die.
Too many new players just throw all their **** out hoping to kill them, try to avoid that mentality.
User avatar #2 - Leonidus (01/18/2013) [-]
watch videos with commentary on the thought process of the player. Best way to learn to play a champ.

also you have to learn what every single champion can/cant do, with that you counter their abilities with yours. You know an enemy has a stun he's about to use, get out of the way, let your idiot teammates get stunned. Stuff like that.
User avatar #19 - hotschurl (01/19/2013) [-]
There are two things i can tell you that have helped me improve a lot:

- Use smartcast. If you don't know what it is, google it. (Don't use the range indicators)
- Watch pro streams, tournaments, etc together with your friends while in skype or what program you use for voice communication. It's a lot of fun (like watching sports) and you learn a lot about the game while doing so.
#16 - datkiiid (01/19/2013) [-]
if you play locked cam and you keep getting put on purple team i suggest you not use a skill shot champ or play jungle or top lane
User avatar #11 - mrgilly (01/18/2013) [-]
Focus on getting cs and not dying. Remember to place wards. Don't just spam spells.
#9 - colehaffner (01/18/2013) [-]
if you're actually serious about getting better, go watch some streams of people like theoddone and dyrus, and just pay attention to the small things they do, you dont have to replicate it but its a good way to learn, and as far as in-game, play ranked, you might drop elo like crazy and might piss off some teamates when you start, but thats how i got good, i started playing ranked in january of 2012, and in that year i got much much better than the previous year of all normals games, now i play every game in ranked, and i play normals to practice on champions that im trying to master

tl;dr play ranked, watch streams
#8 - anonymous (01/18/2013) [-]
Jungle Leona, not even kidding her ganks wreck people
#7 - conran (01/18/2013) [-]
If you are gonna play a champion you haven't played before, play a couple of custom bot games or player vs AI games to get a feel for items and abilities you're champion is using. Try to play all the champions on free rotation so that you understand how they work. Buy a few 450 IP champions and learn them first.

If all else fails, play Garen, build tanky with a sunfire cape and Warwog's armor and spin to win!!!
User avatar #6 - akmini (01/18/2013) [-]
Learn to play all the champions. You don't need to master all, just learn all. Also, find 3-4 mains per role.
User avatar #23 - bacterialmetal (01/20/2013) [-]
you can stop by being such a faggot
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