Originally Posted by Kalibyr
Your arrogance. Two words. You think you're better than all your teammates, so you get mad. Have you ever did bad and had someone rage at you? Remember how you felt... and if you haven't then remember how bad you felt losing the game for your team.
Mature, and suck it up.
Got anything for when you actually ARE better than your team mates? ( Not implying this is always the case )
I'm pretty sure these are the games that really bust peoples' bubbles, including my own.
When you can pretty much hand-feed directions of what not to do and they do it anyway and exactly what you predicted would happen, happens...
What about times like those?
I'm going to lob your comment into the same mentality as the guy who started the "Doublelift needs to be ejected because of his attitude" thread where people choose to completely ignore whether or not how factual what's being said, is.
As arrogant as people can believe others to be for thinking themselves superior, it's also just as narrow-minded to believe those people are inferior simply because they have problems bottling their frustration.
So how do you cope with calling the right plays, doing the right things, and ultimately being completely disfigured by your own team mates in not just one game out of many, but time and time again?
At what point does the GD go from "you are supposed to do all the carrying" to "team game" to "your team mates are never at fault, it's entirely you?"
I'd really like to believe that good attitudes make the difference, but the more I read into what the GD has to offer in ways of advice, they become more and more empty because there is quite literally no consistency in anything that the mob preaches.
I have had nothing but problems remaining emotionally stable playing League of Legends. Every day I wake up with the best of intentions. A lot of games I'll go into them while joking around in champ select with my team mates, having laughs, etc... And by the time the game is over I just want to disembowel their parents for having given birth to them.
And it's not about 'having a bad game' when you've died 8+ times before laning phase has ended either. Everyone has a bad game occasionally, yes, but some people go above and beyond to completely DESTROY your chances of winning because they refuse to listen.
And I'd appreciate it if SOMEONE would actually acknowledge this situation for what it is, and not with some self-absorbed context that it's not.
Everyone's been in that situation, everyone knows it happens, so please just spare me the whole "you just blame your team for everything, blah blah blah" speech and give me some real advice.