Champions: Have the champions for your role and know how to win your lane even if youíre being countered.
Pre/Post game: Before we go into any game, we will have 3 comps we will gear towards. These comps will be based around countering popular comps (AoE, Poke, etcÖ) and will change depending on what we are practicing that session. After leaving a game we will take time to discuss what we need to improve on. Regardless of winning or losing there will be something to improve upon, individually and collectively. If you slack off during this time or donít take it seriously for any reason you can go back to enjoying solo queue.
Raging: No room for it. I can't stand people that yell at someone, criticism is always a plus and should be heard whenever there is some to give, but there is a fine line between criticism and raging. Do this and you'll be raging in solo queue (Same goes for being negative).
Second Guessing: If you're told to stop farming bot and move up to baron right now, don't say "Hold on I need one more wave of minions" or you'll quickly find yourself clearing minion waves in solo queue.
Showing Up: Everyone will be expected to show up, ready to go, 15 minutes before any scheduled meet time.
Skype: Have it.
Name (IGN + First Name):
Why do you want to be on this team?
Preferred Role (Max: 2 Roles) (List your best 3 champs for that role):
Email (Make a new one if you don't want your personal one shared):
Competitive Experience(Detailed Response):
Season 3 Rank?
Best part of game do you excel most at: Early (Farming, Trading, Zoning), Mid (Positioning, Awareness, Team Fighting), or Late (Split Pushing, Team Fighting, Map Control):
How many champions do you own?
What champions, for your role(s) listed, are you missing?
There is such a catastrophic amount of failed teams for a few simple reasons:
1. Players donít feel a connection to others on the team (You donít care).
2. Team Captains are indecisive or too forgiving for players that lose interest.
3. Teams are treated as a right; not a responsibility. To put this simply, no. You got on a team because you were determined, as a player, as someone who will either improve greatly, or help teammates improve greatly. If you get lazy then you are under performing. Thus, you do not deserve to be where you are.
4. New teams are too eager to jump into games with little to no knowledge of each other. If no one works at building foundations (Comps, strats, etc...), everything that is put above that will collapse and fail.
All of these points are closely connected and generally found together (Think back on previous teams you've had and why they've disbanded).