Hi guys, I'm Lulushu, a Platinum Marksman main, and today I'm going to talk to you about the Fury vs Sorcery debate on Marksmen. Well, it's not really a debate, since I haven't met a single person since the Season 4 masteries hit the live servers that believes that Sorcery can be at least as useful on Marksmen as Fury, if not better. First of all, I'm going to take the Marksman with the highest attack speed in the game at level 1 and the one with the highest attack speed at level 18 so that we have samples from both worlds. Without further ado, I give you the king and queen of Attack Speed among Marksmen:
There are two traits in players that are rare to come across in League of Legends. It is not often that you play with someone who remains calm and fair with everyone when they are defeated (ragers) or even a player who encourages and compliments their team when they make a good play. Rarer still is a player who is grammatically correct when typing in game. That means that they use correct punctuation, capitalization, and use commas whenever they are appropriate. In fact I have rarely seen a player that does that consistently in my 1,000+ games. These cases are so rare that witnessing someone have strong, positive grammar is a morale boost.
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Hello there folks, I hope you're enjoying the recent featured game mode - One for all, mirror match. I'm pretty sure you've already seen many weird builds with various success, and I'm going to present you one of them. You can already see two core items on the image above and the third one is Sunfire Cape. I'm will explain the item choices in this article and what the build is all about.
Copycats happen all the time and these players are often the Flavor of the Month players or the fanboys of some streamer, pro or personality. Sometimes they know what they're doing and are simply emulating other players in order to understand more of the game or improve their potency with some champion. This is basically an experienced player just taking in new information and adapting it to their own playstyle.
However the copycats that players have complained about are the players who do not understand what they are trying to do. It is completely fine to want to expand your knowledge and try new things but it is another to not bother trying to understand what you're doing or why you're doing it.
The examples of this are numerous. The player who picks a known counter pick of a champion simply because they have heard x champion counters y champion but they do not exactly know how to make that work. Darius apparently smashes Rengar's face in but if the player doesn't know what they are doing then they will just end up losing despite counter picking. How about the player who builds sunfire cape on a champion because they have seen it built on that champion while watching a stream or because the ALWAYS builds it on the champion despite the fact that the item may be ineffective against his current opponents. Weak and pointless builds are a staple of the inexperienced player or the copycat.
The Jungle has always been one of the more controllable aspects of League of Legends. You have a set resource of 6 Neutral Monster Camps, 4 Normal Camps and 2 Buff Camps, that are always available to take and on relatively short respawn times.
This article is my attempt to shed some light on what I feel is one of the most misunderstood and underutilized resource in the game. The current state of the jungle can be so much more rewarding than it initially seems, and if you understand the mechanics of the jungle, you can really improve how effective you are at taking advantage of it.