Originally Posted by NinjaMaster50
I just had a game with wukong in twisted treeline where i just stomped on their team.
after game it was revealed that their zed didn't know much about the game. he didnt know about farming or harrasing etc. I had a long conversation with him in which i explaing a lot of the mechanics in lol and some tips on how to play zed and pointed him in the direction of mobafire. today i think i have made a difference in someones gaming life in lol and i feel that if we just taght other new players like this instead of raging and flaming that we would have far less inexperianced players and over all a nicer community.
Question: How do you react when you have a new player on your team?
I try to help the new people out, show them a proper build and how to go about doing it. Other sadly do not share this motto. All they do is bash others when they try their hardest, creating a toxic environment that consists of the community of today. Just recently in fact two games I was counter hard by the team match up and by the experience of gameplay. Recently I have been forced to jungle alot due to friends needing someone who can do so. But I get teamed with players who don't help, steal buffs, blame other's the their mistakes and try to get an entire team to report the person trying. I must have been reported 15 times in two games due to people bashing me and ther saying I was intentionally feeding or griefing my team. I'm sorry, I only was trying to back door and I actually got two towers bot lane and top lane, whilst the AP and AD carries that you fed pushed mid and killed you. How is it my fault that you fed them? How did I, as the jungler become responsible for you lack of wards and map awareness? I put as many wards down as I can, but I guess I can't help you with your tunnel vision. /rantover.