First game I went support with my Friend going as the ADC (Attack-damage carry, or in short terms, ranged person with *******
of auto attack damage and abilites which rely on that)
Support is a role that you play with the ADC in a duo lane against 2 other people, the person i played as, deal damage from afar while offering my friend movement speed when needed.
He went 31 - 9 as Quinn which is an insane amount of kill in a league game.
Second game I went top lane as Vlad (top laners tend to swap damage for tankiness and are referred to as 'bruisers') who is like a vampire, but not really. The best way to describe him would be a vimpire who does his lifedrain and damage through spells.
Anyways, I wen 4 - 6 but the way i played gave us a huge advantage, doing something called 'split pushing' which involves pushing other lanes while their whole team faces your 4 other teammates. It's effective if your other teammates are able to take on the 5 of them, and allow for immense map pressure at the cost of teamfight damage
In case you don't know much about league