League of Legends Lecture by NicoThePico

League of Legends (LoL) is the most popular video game and biggest eSport in the world. It is a complex game that requires strategy, micro/macro knowledge, and rank. NicoThePico will teach you the basics and secrets of LoL to help you improve your skills.

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Basics of the game

League of Legends is one of the most popular MOBA games out there, with a bustling global competitive scene, hefty prize pools, and huge viewership numbers (more than 100 million people tuned in for the 2021 World Championship finals). It also has a ton of champions and an enormous amount of gameplay to explore.

Essentially, the game takes place on a map called Summoner’s Rift, where two teams battle each other in five-vs-five matches. Each player is assigned a specific role, with the top lane being reserved for tanks and melee fighters, the mid lane being for ADCs (attack damage carry), and the bot lane being for supports.

The goal is to destroy the enemy base, which has a series of turrets and waves of minions that constantly spawn. However, it’s not an easy task — the enemies will do everything they can to stop you, and you have to be prepared for that. Also, the map is covered in a dense fog of war that conceals your movements and those of your opponents.

When League of Legends launched in 2009, it was packaged with a wafer-thin bit of world-building. It earmarked the margins of a universe in which endless war is settled with raucous bloodsport. But it got the job done, and Riot has since invested in a deeper level of lore, making the game’s cast of champions feel like more than just a pawn in some corporate war.

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The PvP system in League of Legends has different rules and regulations to keep the game fair for players. The system estimates the player’s skill level based on who they win and lose to and tries to match them to other players of similar skill level. It also takes into account that pre-made teams are at an advantage and attempts to make matches with other pre-mades of a similar overall skill level.

There are 3 PvP modes that allow players to play against other real people. The mode is a competitive experience that helps players improve their skills and earns them rewards, depending on their performance in the game. These include Battle Rank Season Rewards, Ranking Rewards, and Special Rank Up Rewards. These rewards are given at the end of a season or at the beginning of a new one, depending on the type of reward. These rewards give the players a financial incentive to keep playing the game.

When it comes to climbing, most players focus on their in-game skill. This can be done through a variety of ways, such as practicing, reviewing replays and analyzing their mistakes after each game. However, the most important thing is to maintain a positive mental state. This is crucial to reaching your goal rank.

Another way to climb is by sticking to a limited champion pool. Conventional coaching wisdom suggests that players who main champions that they feel comfortable with and have muscle memory on will be able to play with more consistency in ranked.

This is also an effective strategy for avoiding bad teammates or trolls. Players should also try to warm up before games and plan breaks in order to stay in a healthy mental state. This is a practice that professional teams use regularly. Ultimately, the goal is to work hard and stick with it. With enough time and dedication, anyone can reach their goal rank in League of Legends.롤대리

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