EDIT: Apparently the Champion guides got removed?... See the attached picture for reference!
I seriously did not even have a clue this existed. Though it doesn't have all Champions, nor are some of the suggestions most optimal, I think they're very beginner-friendly. Plus, the picture format is just pretty in general, lulz.
Seriously? I never even knew these were here. Were they promoted at all before?
There are some other interesting posts on the support page in general here.
Btw, sorry if someone had already pointed this out before and I'm just out of the loop.
Oh wow, there's a red in my thread! ;O (And that rhymes!)
@RiotBlasto: The main thing I want to know about these guides is the fact that 1), why do they not have a lot of exposure (it's in a really obscure and surprising place) and 2), what are your future plans on expanding upon this? It's great what you and Riot got going here!
I do hope you do this for a lot of Champions--especially ones like Ashe, whom are popular amongst beginner players--and put a lot more effort in helping beginner players getting accustomed to LoL. I know that many friends who were once noobs would not have survived, honestly, the learning curve of LoL if it were not for the help of other veteran friends.
EDIT: As read around previous, I think it would be great to link to these guides for when free-to-play Champion announcements are made, led to the corresponding champions. What are your thoughts on this? (Or maybe directly incorporating them in-client/game somehow!)
And somewhat off-topic, but your Tutorial seriously needs an update. For example, I think Annie would make a far better "mage" to pick from than Ryze for beginner players, especially because of the Ryze mana-optimal remake. Are there any plans on making the learning curve, in general, easier to grasp in LoL for beginners? This kind of strikes a larger issue than originally brought up, but I think it's relevant.