How to Improve Your Teamfighting in League of Legends - Bronze to Diamond Ep.7

How to Improve Your Teamfighting in League of Legends - Bronze to Diamond Ep.7

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welcome back for episode 7 of nama's bronze to diamond journey for anyone who's joining for the first time we've set a terrible bronze elo player on a mission to achieve diamond in just four months with skill capped as always though let's check in on his progress first nama is doing very well already hitting gold 3. he often does very well hard carrying a lot of his games but there is a bit of a consistency problem with the fundamentals that he's learned so far nama constantly acquires leads during the early game but sometimes fails to
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close out games we've identified two of the core issues that we often see from players in this elo range one is his farming the very first thing that we taught him was how to get his cs numbers up during the laning phase but his farming takes a huge dip in the mid and late game this is expected since he doesn't know what to do but when you have leads as big as he gets you should be getting 9 to 10 cs per minute because you're unable to be stopped his farm numbers are still good for his elo but with proper macro he'd be able to carry
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even more games his second core issue is his team fight positioning that's what we'll be focusing on today team fighting is a super complex and broad topic but the issue nama is facing is easily fixed and should help keep him from throwing games lastly we want to make it super clear that we are not privately coaching nama we're not giving him any advice outside of the guides that we put in this course so you can follow at home with the exact same information if we ever teach nama something or recommend a guide it will be featured in the skill capped course
01:33
alright let's get into it nama's problem in team fights is an issue many low elo players have very often he's over extending in team fights and being cut out dying in easily avoidable ways this is even worse because one of the rules given to nama was that he has to buy meijai's soul stealer every game dying once or twice is fine but he is constantly throwing his lead and stacks making him much weaker than he should be luckily for him this issue is really simple to fix and takes no time to implement into your games at all
02:04
nama is trying way too hard to do too much very often in fights he's looking for crazy flanks or leaving his teammate's side this simply does not work with his champion pool all three of his champions are front to back team fighters even ari doesn't like flanking too much recently ever since her damage got gutted she is typically best being played as a backline mage using her charm to set up her team not only is he consistently playing his own champions too aggressively but he's not exploiting the fact that he's playing in low elo
02:35
let's hear some observations hector had about one of nama's games in low elo it's not really about playing well it's about not being bad if that makes sense yeah so you don't have to win you just wait for the enemy to lose like for example here you're already doing fairly well with eight stacks and then you just get a random kill and it's like did you do anything for that kill no yeah you just walked at her they're gonna try and defend and kane just dies again did you i mean
03:06
you landed your charm but did you do anything for this kill except that yeah yeah you just walked out yep it's not like you're setting up waves it's not like you're pressuring the enemy team is just walking into your stuff your team al almost has it and then this lulu walks up to the wall and dies it just keeps going over and over hold on another example okay you guys are just sitting here look how obviously you guys are camping the jungle it's so i remember this fair yeah yeah
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it's so absurdly obvious and what's gonna happen so you started eight snacks and now you're at 25 and okay i'm not critiquing you like get your in position for these kills but like you really doing anything for them no okay and that's basically the most important point is that and how it will reflect in team fights people play team fights the exact same way they're really dumb and they just kind of walk into you and your team because
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they don't know how positioning works don't worry we've made sure hector won't be fiddling with bottle caps during these sessions anymore but his rant about those picks brings up a good point team fighting is ridiculously hard to learn and teach there's so many variables involved if players in loilo get caught out this easily when nothing is going on then you can only assume their team fight positioning will be even worse which is why especially on a champion pool like namas there's absolutely no need to feel pressured to go for huge outplays in fights
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and like we said this was one of nama's biggest issues he felt very compelled in most fights to play overly aggressive or looking for flanks in order to make something happen but you don't need to make anything happen that's the key to winning team fights in loilo let's take a look back at those team fights we just saw of nama getting caught out during this fight nama runs around to try and set up a flank let's ignore a lot of factors such as the fact that he's in full vision of the whole team and his alt being down as well we're not sure what his goal was here
05:17
even by going around he's really not in range to threaten anyone but kane anyway he could have done that just by standing next to his elise and ash we'd be giving this low elo kane way too much credit thinking that he'd react appropriately and back off if nama were standing here he'd likely just continue tunnel visioning on the shen and die to a charm the exact same scenario occurred in this other death that we saw after a lost fight nama and his team retreat into this jungle corridor once his psyon comes to back him up instead of shooting skill shots freely from behind his front line he once again
05:48
has the bright idea of looking for a flank that's another 10 lost magi stacks completely throwing his league all of this is likely a symptom of a very bad low elo mentality players think that hitting frontline champions is bad and that they need to hit the enemy carries it's fair to assume that if you use chat in low elo you're probably seeing that side quite a lot but in actuality proper team fighting is just hitting front line most of the time with the rest of your team the reason low elo players may think it's bad is because they oftentimes
06:18
don't actually farm properly or itemized correctly this leads to a lot less damage potential which makes the enemy front lines seem tankier than they really are thanks to our previous lessons though nama doesn't have that issue anymore he builds fairly well and usually gets strong early game leads he's just throwing games trying to do too much with a bad mentality also it may seem like we're advocating playing really safe but that wasn't the point at all what we want to get across is understanding the difference between a death stemming from bad habits and a death you can actually learn from
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i'm going to say that this was not a dumb death and the reason for that is hear what went wrong you kind of miss space like if you hadn't missed space and that's just a mechanics thing that you're still working on right you wouldn't have gotten auto attacked and you wouldn't be half health but then you're playing the fight really well you're just standing back and like letting sewing front line and helping him but then a random heckroom fast you know like super fast walks at you and kills you and that's
07:21
really hard to predict like your positioning was kind of fine like you know you just got caught off guard by something unexpected yeah the point with good deaths is that you can easily learn from it like we just heard nama now knows to work on his spacing when it comes to zoning adcs and is likely more aware of how fast hecarim can travel with his enough compare that to this what do you learn here all you can usually tell yourself is to stop being stupid let's take a look at an example of a game nama played after his lesson he's once again dominating the game and
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is sieging with his team he's facing close to his teammates looking for some damage and immediately dies to malphite ultimate again this is a fine death he wasn't absurdly mispositioned and it's very easy to learn that he needs to either track malphite's cds better or just stand farther back very simple lessons to apply to future games he's gone on to easily apply this guide's lesson and he has had much more success in his games he's throwing his leads a lot less since he just plays around his teammates more often now alright that's it for that lesson so
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let's wrap things up with our weekly quiz question number one what wave tactics should you use to punish melee champions early on in mid lane a slow push is the correct answer that way you can zone them from farm while pushing and harass them a ton when they try to last hit under tower question number two if one player has two kills and 50 cs and the other has zero kills and 90 cs who should be ahead in gold the player with 90 cs would have more gold on average
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minions are worth 20 gold each so the 40 cs would give 200 more gold than the two kills alright that's it for this guide stay tuned for next week where we'll cover mid game macro learning how to farm in mid and late game will really accelerate how fast nama climbs as it's one of the final fundamentals that we need to cover that he needs to know anyway we'll see you there thanks for watching

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