As a low elo jungler myself, many, many, many laners do several things on this list that just make me so confused as to why they do it. So as a certified low elo player, I'll make this quick list of how not to tilt your jungler in your games.
1: Don't spam ping for a gank.
Alot of times this happens, your jungler is aware youre 0/12 in lane and is either focusing on your winning lanes or his own thing. Junglers aren't your personal gank machienes when ever your demand. Please don't ping us 100 times in 30 seconds then call GG after they either dont gank your fed laner or mute you.
2: Stop taking camps while we do them.
Taking the odd camp is fine. But the number of times ill start raptors later on in the game, just to have my ADC come and steal them all is obscene. If you're going to take our camps, don't do it after we started it. Just common decency.
3: Feeding your lane doesn't make you the jungler.
Just because you picked garen into a bad matchup and got stomped in lane does not mean that after you lose your tower at 10 mins, you can go and full sequence oir jungle. At that point, not only are you behind, you're putting us behind and practically inting our role. Think of jungle as a lane. Would you go down bot lane and start stealing CS? No. So dont full clear our jungles either.
4: Please don't ping smite.
We know we missed the smite. We are fully aware and feel bad for it. You don't need to remind us. I know you silver laners like doing it, but everyone misses a smite on occasion. Granted, if its like 4 missed smites, you have a right to be upset. But we aren't grand master. We're silver because we suck and missing sites is a part of that.
5: The jungler is not your scapegoat.
League players hate accepting fault. Most people do in general. But if you die to your laner level 1 while your jungler is clearing their second camp, its your fault, not theres. "Jungle Diff" has become a meme in the league community, and yet some people still think its reality. Just because your jungler isn't in your lane 24/7 doesn't mean we aren't doing anything. But trust me when I say, if we aren't there is because we're helping one of the other 2 lanes in the game, taking an objective, counter jungling, and overall getting gold and XP. So many laners around bronze 3 to silver 1 seemingly forget that the jungler also has an opponent. We may not be in a lane with them in our sights every moment, but we aren't just two extra players who can ignore eachot... keep reading on reddit ➡
How do people in this group feel overall about a small cap value tilt? Do you believe that this risk will lead to higher returns than VTWAX. I already created my roth portfolio with a small cap value tilt (10% US scv and 10% non-US scv), but just curious.
I'm looking at a 20 year horizon to judge if my SCV tilt is worth it. I know 1927- 2008 was a very unique time (world war had occurred 10 years prior, then second world war, and a bunch of other wars...)... globalization didn't exist to the scale that it does now, etc.
I believe the research about small cap value tilts, but does it hold true now? Opinions?
I seriously just don't get how some people not tilt at all. Like seriously. I try not to tilt. I always try to stay positive. But there are just some games man.....
Listen, I don't care that people lose their lanes. I don't care that we lose the game. If you get outplayed, you get outplayed. You die, you quickly check what went wrong and you either learn from it and try again in the next fight or you just know you can't beat them now so you play safe. Another mistakes happens, you die again, things happen.
The situation which I just typed above is the big dream of every player. We try, we error, we learn, we try again. But this stuff mostly happens in high elo. I unfortunately belong in Gold III and the times people have to die before they actually learn from said deaths is just so unbelievably tilting for me.
I ain't raging and talking about close games where we lose. I am talking about games where the adc and support goes 4/19 together and than after a solid 20 minutes type: ''Okay, I'll play safe now''. Thank you kind sir for playing safe after you and your buddy destroyed the whole match with no possible comeback.
How do people not tilt in that situation?
This has been a rant/seeking for advice. If you do have some solid tips, feel free to share them.
Please don't post tips such as: ''It's only a game, why you have to be mad?'' or anything in that context. I know it's a game. Most people lose more often than they win. But in these games described above you aren't even playing the game. You watch 2 to 3 other people run it down or destroy the whole match and there is literally nothing you can do about it.
EDIT: HOLY SH*T I DID NOT EXPECT FOR THIS POST TO BLOW UP SO MUCH. There are over 200 comments and I must read them all, but I can't/won't answer because it's just too overwhelming (in a positive way). Anyway:
Thank you everyone for the fun, interesting and unique tips! I am sure most of them will help. The most beneficial tips that I've gotten is to take breaks between games to not get burned out or get on an autopilot after a while. Playing with friends helps (which I am already doing) and try to purely focus on improving instead of winning.
I'm hoping that these tips will help me and other people reading this as well. For now I'll think I'm going to take bigger breaks. Perhaps start with a really big one right now because I have been breathing League of Legends for the past months.
Tilt Brush is now open source on GitHub! They've^(*) taken the original code and published as much as possible. For things they had the license to use but not distribute, they tried to come up with open equivalents.
What does this mean? Well, you can build your own version of Tilt Brush that can load and save sketches compatible with the commercial version of Tilt Brush. The readme file has more extensive details on what it can do, how you might restore certain features, and how to customize it.
This blog post has more details on the future of Tilt Brush.
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