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buy what you want cause you can what're you waiting for
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Seriously though, there are "right" ways to buy runes but ultimately it's a game and it's supposed to be fun so maybe you should just get the runes that you'll have the most fun with that fit your playstyle.
Do you get to buy maps? Because less than 5 maps since the existence of LoL seems shitty.
I DONT LIKE TO EAT POOP HE'S LYING
Quote from: AnThRaX_ on December 10, 2014, 07:31:01 PMSeriously though, there are "right" ways to buy runes but ultimately it's a game and it's supposed to be fun so maybe you should just get the runes that you'll have the most fun with that fit your playstyle.For someone who doesn't even play this game with us, you sure are opinionated on it. Quote from: Agent Orange on December 10, 2014, 09:58:11 PMDo you get to buy maps? Because less than 5 maps since the existence of LoL seems shitty.Do different seasons count as "different maps?" Yeah, there are only 4 maps. As a group, we typically only play one of them. I can't say I ever feel like I really want to play different maps like I do in something like Battlefield or CS.
It is probably the reason I dislike most MOBAs. There are specific strategies learned on how to optimize specific lanes with specific people with specific gear. I like dynamic strategy. It is probably the same reason there are so many variants of Chess including radomized starting positions (except for King and Rook due to castling) and extended boards, new pieces and so on. Once strategy becomes textbook and counter strategy is also textbook, then really it is regurgitation and memorization and thus boring because there is no strategy. In a team game it is worse because if someone deviates at all, they get told they are terrible and hounded about it.
Also the high-level memorization level strategy you're talking about AO only manifests at higher levels of play. When it's a bunch of scrubs playing it's generally pretty frantic and dynamic.
Quote from: AnThRaX_ on December 13, 2014, 10:39:50 AMAlso the high-level memorization level strategy you're talking about AO only manifests at higher levels of play. When it's a bunch of scrubs playing it's generally pretty frantic and dynamic.Yeah I've played LoL for awhile at one point. I just couldn't get into it. I kept playing for awhile but I just didn't enjoy it. I kept trying and finally I gave up. I just didn't like it and I didn't like where it was going.Also even at starting levels you'll find teammates complaining about what lane you are in and such. LoL is primarily memorization, min/maxing and that's boring. Starcraft II is the same way. I like strategy gaming both on and offline but I can't call LoL a strategy game, not really. It could almost be considered a small scale tactics game, similar to Warmahordes but that's still a stretch since it is really - look up which lane/jungle does the character normally do, what specifically on these 4 maps, what does the character need to buy to do one of three acceptable strategies (after you've picked one) and does this character harass, creep control, etc. Then after you've filled in the blanks you just do that. Everyone else does that. If you aren't doing that then you have to 'l2lol lololol'.