So it’s been a dog’s age since I’ve written anything, mostly due to my computer being a smaller version of my gimpy ass. But rest assured I shall one day finish the second part of the Wakfu Revue. That said, I did manage to get my hands on a beta key for Smite and figured I’d share my experience with you all in an effort to delay the other article further. The game looks at my PC and practically melts it, so I’ll be cherry picking images from google…I’d feel worse about this if I was getting paid, really.
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Dominion, the game mode that was supposed to add a brand new and interesting facet to the already vastly popular League of Legends, lived a short life in the limelight. Right now, Dominion for myself and most other League players is a quick time killer that you don’t put your usual amount of skill and effort into.
I’d like this to change. I want an interesting, competitive game mode that’s just as much fun to play as Summoner’s Rift. This can be done by changing a variety of aspects of Dominion, including Fog of War, the point capture times, boots, quests, summoner spells, and ranked play. It’s a long list, yeah, but it all needs to be done. Players deserve another well polished game mode to play. Read on to find out more.
So, after a decently long hiatus I figured The Community could use some more Scourge. I’m back, and I’m here to give a quick review of the new map I’m sure all you avid League of Legends players have seen: Proving Grounds!
The Razer Naga…a mere whisper of those words and I can hear nothing but “click, click, click,” for hours as we fight together under the blue and gold Alliance banner in the name of good King Varian Wyrnn, first of his name.
So, for those of you expecting a champ review on Lulu, I’m going to have to kill-errr, ‘disappoint’ you (your brain’s knack for living, that is). I’m a bit angry at LoL for that champion, so you’ll have to wait another week for my nerves to calm before I review her (yes, I’ve played her. No, I don’t like her…yet. And yes, I hate squirrels.). I was going to review her, buuut…
And by pretty pictures, I mean that’s one of her jokes. I would include a picture of her drawing Teemo in the air, but I can’t find a screenshot for it. Sooo, you get to picture her drawing a picture of Teemo in the air in your head. That, and I really can’t show her abilities with pictures, either. Pretty pictures…of her in your head. Awwww yeah.
Well, sorry this was a bit late, but I had to get used to this champ (and yes, have no fear, Fiora will be coming soon =P). Since this somewhat tardy, I’ll just cut to the chase with this. Cut and dry, simple stats and strategy. I’m a bit tired at the moment, so if there is any wit, be sure to rag on me later as to how terrible it is.
It’s been a while, so I figured I’d fire up the ‘ol League of Legends review generator. I have the pleasure of introducing to you: Sejuani, The Winter’s Wrath.
As the name implies I’m picking up where I left off in the last article, with an introduction to some of the basic strategies used in LoL. The first and easily most important is the concept of last hitting. In short this means hitting something and killing it. This is important because each time you kill something you get gold. Just hitting it isn’t enough, your shot has to actually end it to get paid. It’s a different story with killing champions though. Even if you don ‘t get the kill you get gold for assisting, which is one of the ways tanks and supports get gold.
What I’m going to give you here is a solid and simple beginners guide on League of Legends. For those of you who already play most of this will be old hat. You may skim the article and enjoy the images with captions. If Cracked has taught me anything it’s that they’re comedy gold.