How to CHEAT SOLO QUEUE: Exploiting BAD Synergy! - Mid Guide League of Legends

How to CHEAT SOLO QUEUE: Exploiting BAD Synergy! - Mid Guide League of Legends

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league is a very frustrating game where it both feels like a single player game and a team one at the same time it's single player in the sense that the best way of carrying most games is by becoming obscenely fed and taking over the game entirely by yourself you can't trust anyone but yourself and that's the best way of winning but at the same time you can't possibly get there without teammates you have to work together with them in order to succeed since it's usually impossible to literally 1v5 consistently today we'll be going over
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something a bit different instead of showing you how to work better with your own teammates we'll be discussing how to exploit the fact that your opponents likely don't have very good teamwork of their own let's start by reviewing a concept that you should know already imagine that both junglers meet each other at top scuttle crab at 3 minutes the game is about to be decided and it's on you to react to the skirmish about to unfold if we take a look at this mid lane state who has priority at the moment it's leblanc right she has the shove and lux is on the back foot in terms of
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minions but the better question to ask here would be who actually wants to rotate over to scuttle fight and the answer to that is definitely lux if both laners move right now leblanc's minions will overpower his lux minions so while leblanc is helping his scuttle she will be losing a lot of farm in the process lux is obviously happy with that if she goes she knows that there will be a wave waiting for her when she comes back the situation will always come up in solo queue junglers don't really care about what's going on with your wave most of the time
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the same is definitely true for the enemy jungler which is the main thing that we'll be teaching today how to get a lead over your lane opponent by making plays around the enemy jungler instead alright let's take a look at what we mean in some real games the first replay we'll take a look at is this talia versus a talon mid the early game goes better than expected she manages to score a kill at level 1 versus the talon as he decided to try and run away without using minions as cover so he got blasted by literally every rock
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okay keep in mind that the correct play here is probably to just freeze this wave and take a recall to buy dark seal but talia wanted to play very proactively this game in order to help us teach the concept that we're going over so she shoves instead now the lane state is about how it would have been had the talon not died instantly moments later we see ye paddling towards his red buff from the level one ward to leah placed she instantly moves over but notice how she looks back at the wave it was pushing away from her but talon began hitting it which means that it's
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safe for talia to roam since the wave is now pushing to her instead it's basically the same scenario that we covered at the start if talon roams his wave is screwed and taliyah is totally okay with leaving the wave for the moment she goes to annoy master yi a bit on the red buff but doesn't fully commit since she has no summoner spells to work with instead she instantly leaves especially once talon begins collapsing as he does notice in the mid lane that he just missed the cannon minion last hit talia came out fairly ahead here she scouted out the enemy jungler
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wasted some of his time all while denying a cannon minion and missing almost nothing in the process okay let's take the time to address something in regards to this play this was technically not a very good play by talia to do and yet it's a very effective strategy in solo queue all the enemy team has to realize is that she's here just to waste their time talon should just farm in mid while master yi just chills for 5 seconds if they do that talia gains nothing and is just missing farm in mid for no reason but the reason plays like these
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work so well in solo queue is the fact that both players are expecting something from the other when a jungler sees the enemy mid invading them you know for sure they're spam-pinging their teammate to come and help with no regard whatsoever to the wave likewise how many times has your jungler died to a really obvious invade and you feel compelled to help the point is that you're playing in an environment where teammates either don't trust each other or don't know or care about what the other wants to do which is exactly why taliyah will perform a very similar play to this one a couple
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of minutes later into the game talon is away from lane so she's able to shove in the wave and get priority she moves into the enemy jungle to see what she can do and instantly runs into mastery she begins skirmishing with him but when it's obvious that talon is rotating over she just kites away after successfully getting away and making sure that she's not being chased once she sees talon back in mid she just loops back in to kill master yi at raptors talon swoops in to try and clean her up but she just jukes him back to mid lane
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where a juicy wave is waiting for her once again a technically bad play is heavily rewarded because both players refuse to have any synergy when master yi encounters talia in the jungle here's what should ideally happen he backs off for literally 10 seconds and allows talon to get into mid and shove the wave taliyah is then forced back into lane and now ye can freely farm his jungle again and talon gets a free roam since taliyah has to concede priority that's a great punish for this bad play from talia but that will never
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ever happen in solo queue instead master yi dies anyway because he doesn't want to wait for talon to get prio and talon is going down in farm because he doesn't trust his master yi to not run it down into taliyah this exact situation occurs way too often the jungler refuses to back off and the enemy mid after the fact tries to come and help instead of just pushing the wave it's not even just a low elo thing this concept extends all the way to challenger because of how little synergy there is between players in solo queue at every level alright let's take a look at
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another concept where we'll be abusing the fact that players don't actually know how to help one another and end up just hurting themselves this game both mids and jungles found themselves skirmishing around the raptor camp neither side comes out super far ahead so nico and graves just push out the mid wave in order to reset everything nico is about to do something rather dangerous she's going to face check this kha'zix on purpose she obviously gets caught and has to flash out of irelia's attempt to flash stun her she then proceeds to walk back and forth baiting kha'zix to keep going
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which of course he does before continuing do you remember why nico is doing this you should definitely remember that she did crash the wave prior to going into river it's bouncing back into her right now so she has no rush to get back mid yet she continues running away wasting kha'zix's time and once she's out she even guards the raptors to make sure that he can't do them once she's sure of that she walks back to mid where almost no farm was missed this may have seemed like a huge waste of health and very rewarding for kha'zix
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but it was actually very beneficial for nico and her graves generally for most plays you should be asking yourself three very important questions before committing to something kha'zix most definitely failed to do so question number one is does this stop something my opponent wants to do in this case no nico wanted to go back to mid and farm the waves that we're building she barely missed any farm going back to mid and irelia was basing anyway so nico's hp is irrelevant in terms of long-term advantages kha'zix's chase did
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absolutely nothing question number two that he should have asked himself does this negatively impact myself in this case yes he's wasting a lot of time chasing nico meanwhile he's losing his red buff and wrapped her camp to graves jungle is a very snowbally role and wasting a ton of time like this can be game losing as a jungler if you get nothing in return and finally question number three does this benefit my teammates enough that it's worth doing anyway just like before the answer is no irelia had plenty of health and mana
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left and should have been able to easily reset the lane herself yeah it helps her a little bit but it didn't help her to do something that she couldn't have done herself this is actually a very powerful goal to play around especially in low elo wasting junglers time puts them incredibly far behind especially since less experienced players don't know how to path and already naturally fall behind in levels anyway remember niko lost nearly nothing in that chase but by baiting kha'zix into wasting a ton of his time he ended up very far behind this game
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setting junglers behind is the best way of getting kills handed to you later into the game since you'll just be one-shotting a jungler two or three levels below you alright let's take a look at one last replay and test your knowledge on this subject ulu is laning versus a corki and ends up spotting jax heading over to his red buff she wants to go and mess with him like we've discussed so far not wanting to miss the cannon as she roams she opts to kill it before rotating but this gives corki some false confidence that he can take a fight into an early game lulu that definitely
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didn't end well for him afterwards lulu looks to push in the wave so that she can reset but corki begins teleporting back along with a jack's gank as we've mentioned wasting a jungler's time is incredibly valuable and that's what she's looking to do here instead of paddling down and easily getting away she instead goes up and pretends to trap herself in the enemy jungle here's where we'll change things up from our previous examples let's give you corki and jax's pov instead just like all the other times lulu's play is technically not very good
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how should they go about punishing her together one part of the answer should be obvious porky has a huge wave at his tower which will bounce back to lulu he should stay mid and crash the wave meanwhile jax should give chase to the lulu just a little bit remember our questions this would give corki enough time to crash this way before she could recall and come back to lane that both helps corki and hurts lulu it does waste a bit of jax's time but that's totally fine the benefit is definitely there but here's what actually happens
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jax ping's assistance so corky feels compelled to chase instead of last hitting the huge wave under his tower then we see jax pinged corki's flash probably making corky anxious that he'll get flamed if he doesn't flash after lulu and that definitely didn't turn out well either at the end of it all it was disastrous for the enemy team one corki lost a ton of farm two lulu came back to a massive wave at her tower since she knew wasting their time wouldn't cost her anything due to the bouncing back wave and three even though he didn't waste a
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ton of time jax did chase lulu for zero reason since corki didn't just stay mid the whole point is that plays like these where you're trying to exploit the uncoordination of solo queue tends to work very often simply because players don't know what their own teammates want them to do most of the time hell players can't even play their own role even when the jungler knows how to play around their laner and freezes the wave the yasuo in this clip decides no i don't want a frozen wave versus a recalling opponent if someone doesn't even understand their
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own role well how can they possibly hope to coordinate with their teammates and understand their role in order to punish you this is definitely a mindset and strategy that you want to look out for more often even if it can be a bit risky by playing very close to the edge of death it does require you to understand what both mid and jungle want at the same time and will take a bit of practice to pull off but if you become good at exploiting the lack of mid and jungle synergy you can really start to take over games this way by the way you should know where these videos come from skill cap
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