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Lol was tun bei lose streak?Zed ist extrem stark, vor allem nach seinem Buff im letzten Patch, aber auch extrem schwer zu spielen. Ansonsten die klassischen Assassinen Ahri, Leblanc. + matches, you were going to have a huge loss streak like that Lol this nigga said he won too many too fast and go into a too high skill. The big drawback here is if you do run into a huge losing streak, you could potentially lose your whole [ ] bankroll. frog2frog.com frog2frog.com
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I am at 10 right now and I wanna fucking die. Why do I not stop this? Why do I keep playing? Oh god I wanna know if there is anybody out there who has been through this.
I can't understand how it is possible to lose so many times in a row. Doesn't even matter how I play, feeding or popping off, I always lose.
Please let me know I am not alone, I don't wanna be miserable and alone right before the season starts. Even got a quadra!!!
Now I can finally stop playing I fucking hate league of legends. This hits too close to home. Luckily that was last season.
I just get so mad whenever i go down a division that i just close the game for a few hours or even days. Dunno how people can keep going like this.
Worst part about all of that is what follows when you try and re-climb but you completely fucked your mmr.
You have to win like three times as many games as you lose. I was really drunk and was new to streaming at the time , so I had Twitch trolls egging me on to keep queuing.
Some of my regulars still joke about it to this day. I think i was around 85 losses out of over a 2 week period. Dropped from D3 promos to G2. My mental was not good.
I had 8 viewers on my stream when it was still very young, and that day I went on a 16 game loss streak. I transcended tilt after the 8th I think.
I was screaming in my pillow and punching the bed. After that I was dead inside. The worst thing when you punch a bed is the way it disrespects you by making your punch bounce.
My longest losing streak was in ARAM too, with I think I stopped playing for a month after that. Back in september I endured a 11 games losing streak, then finally won a game only to immidiately lose 5 in a row again.
I lost 16 out of 17 games in total. I felt very much the same way you are, and was wondering how it was even possible statistically.
Like even if I was underperforming at that time, surely I should still win a few games by getting carried by teammates right?
Went from gold 3 LP started in promos to gold 2 all the way down to gold 5. Still managed to climb back up to plat by the end of season though :.
It does sure seem like the game encourages major streakyness. But it's probably my imagination. I think it's a mixture, but there's definitely a big difference in how you play when you're confident it tilted.
Also there might be phases where meta changes have a concerted impact on your wr. This exactly. I had times were I would lose 6 in a row then just win 7 lose 5, etc.
It just feels like it can't be a coincidence anymore. That's why you always stop after you win bruh, but ONLY after you win Nah, probably just bad luck.
Last year I went from D2 promos all the way to P5. I played for like two days straight and lost every game.
I ended up taking a day off of work cause I was so tilted x3. I once had an 18 game losing streak some 3 seasons ago I believe. I kept getting more and more frustrated with each loss a sort of snowball effect to the point of being toxic to teammates.
I believe I dropped from freshly into d1 to something like d4 borderline d5. You are literally feeding your dick off. There are a couple different ways.
I've had nothing but awesomeness using replay. Or you can just setup a filter to automatically send them to a different folder.
That way they are still on your typical email address but don't clutter up your inbox like crazy. Depends on who that is. You should be able to Google "setting filters gmail" and "adding folders gmail".
Assuming you're on gmail. Yeah, it feels up a lot for me too. There are several websites that allow you to record your own replays, as well as several apps.
I've only ever used LSI League summoner information but it works very well and automatically records all your games for playback at a later date.
It also gives post game analysis of how well your spins compared to others in your games. Most of these answers will work, but I would use replay.
It will email you a batch file that you can watch through the league app. You don't have to download the replay files either.
You sign up and it automatically emails you each replay. I'd recommend setting up a filter in your email to skip your inbox and forward it to though.
There's a program I use called Overwolf. It lets you record games, or even just instantly replay the last 20 seconds leading up to each death while you're still in game.
And it's free. Great tool to help you go over your mistakes. Oh really? I use this app from them called Replay HUD for that after death replay.
I didn't know it made a difference, but you may be right. The other suggestions are good, but if you don't want to download a program, when in a game you can click the "record" button on na.
Keep playing, type absolutely nothing negatively in chat espescially if it's aimed towards your teammates and focus purely on your own mistakes and how you can stop making them.
Two days ago I decided since I had the whole day free I would just spam League games which I don't normally do.
I mean obviously I played a role in losing those games but I was certain it was just bad luck. Anyhow, I went to bed that day disgusted with the day I wasted.
I feel like I didn't learn anything, I did the opposite of progress and I was aggravated to boot. I don't even know if we won or lost but it was very team-fight oriented, both teams were equally matched and fun to watch and play against.
My adreneline pumped throughout each teamfight and it was like I was in love with league all over again. I have lost two and been promoted up two divisions.
Life and league have their ups and downs. Don't let your frustration destroy you. Focus on maximizing the liklihood of winning and know when to dodge I'm in another promo, won my first match and my 2nd match champion select had 3 junglers so I decided to dodge and take the loss to save elo.
TL;DR It's a game, Focus on having fun and if you can't do that yet then practice your brains out until you're sick of practicing, practice EVEN longer and then go back in ranked!
I did something similar, I went from Gold 3 to the bottom of gold 5 in 1 day. Fast forward 3 weeks, I am now in silver 2. I've taken multiple breaks, I think im just getting worse at the game so idk.
I got placed into silver 5, but after a month i was in bronze 5. This season I climbed from bronze 5 to silver 4 in games. I think climbing from bronze to silver really helped me improve as a player.
I definitely wasnt playing at the level I should have been. But then I graduated with a degree, got a job that has me working full time mon-fri, and just getting older in general, all of this led to me getting worse at the game lol.
I was on a hot streak earlier this week. I was thinking that if I kept up the pace, I'd be gold in another week. Second game of my series was a shit show that followed the rest of the week, and I went down a division.
It happens. Used to be like this for me. I have had win streaks for entire days before. Now it seems like no matter what, it will be a loss and there is nothing I can learn from those games to improve the next one either.
Same here I'm on a big losing streak right now. I dropped 2 divisions from plat 1 and I feel disgusted with my performance.
Idk what to say but bad luck? Losing a game or two can be bad luck. Losing 8 of 10 is something you're doing, especially in one day.
People underestimate tilt quite a bit, especially in league. League rewards patience and capitalizing on your opponent's mistakes. Losing makes you want to play aggressive and make up for those previous losses.
It makes you more likely to get frustrated with your teammates. The more you lose, the worse this gets. You care about improving, yet you're going the wrong way.
A symptom is if you go on big losing and winning streaks. Watching a full replay or two and finding all your own mistakes helps with this.
But the best solution is to just sleep it off. Also Elo is much more accurate than people think. If you lose 18 of 20 games, your games are going to be noticeably easier for awhile.
I used to never win lane, especially on ad. If I went on a loss streak, I'd recognize it because I'd suddenly be racking up kills on Caitlyn.
Similar things will happen in your games, though they may be less obvious. Enemy teams may stop warding as much, may not group for dragons, etc.
League is less about how well you do things than it is about how many you do right. I'm in another promo, won my first match and my 2nd match champion select had 3 junglers so I decided to dodge and take the loss to save elo.
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Most of the same logic as above applies here. It does not let you practice your League mechanics, but the extra separation makes it even easier to actually catch a fresh breath and relax a bit in a less stressful situation.
Obviously you should be sure the game you play is one you are unlikely to become stressed about. I tend to jump on Minecraft and simply explore for a little while, or play a quick game of Scrolls , but really any game where you can take your time and be assured of a chance to slow down a bit works perfectly.
Nothing complicated about this, sometimes you just need some sleep. Grabbing some food could ease the stress regardless, but eating something you truly enjoy can sometimes actually have an inordinate effect on your overall mood.
Taking a few moments to 'treat' yourself, maybe while watching a good movie, can have an even more profound effect than a full night's rest on your mindset.