The SECRETS to HOW he got RANK 1 and 3 at the SAME TIME - League of Legends Guide

The SECRETS to HOW he got RANK 1 and 3 at the SAME TIME - League of Legends Guide

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Hey everyone, just from the title alone you should know weve got a pretty spicy gameplay to show you all today. Hes probably someone youve never heard about, but hes actually been in the scene for a while. Playing on teams such as Sengoku Gaming, Machi esports, Flash Wolves and V3 esports for upwards of 3 years. His name is bugi, and this year he moved from asia to north america and has been absolutely tearing up the solo queue ladder, even hitting rank 1 while holding the number 3 spot as well. His IGN MydreamLCS should tell you that hes got some pro player aspirations here in NA, and we definitely think that he has the potential to easily become one of the best junglers in north america Before we jump into the gameplay, just know that this game is also versus another rank 1 player in Anda. he definitely doesn't have easy opposition. so how does he dominate the game versus these very capable players? and what kinds of strategies does he employ in order to get ahead? today were going to delve right into that, lets
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get started Right off the bat, he's willing to invade and stand his ground to introduce some volatility into the game early. Knowing that nidalee is strong at level 1 just due to having range, as well as having a karma for extra damage, they send 4 to start at the enemy red. Unfortunately the enemy ADC rotates upwards while theirs does not. however, this isn't necessarily a bad thing While it will cause bugi to not be able to invade the red buff, caitlyn will be able to push the wave bottom and deny farm at the tower, getting a lot of solo experience and making the enemy miss xp as well. Its important to realize sometimes that even though you may individually lose out on a play, that your team can get things for it, and it can stop you from making irrational decisions because you feel like youre losing the game when you arent. he's forced back to his blue to start a camp but from here what would you do? Bugi knows that because he had to walk all the way back from the enemy jungle to his blue that hes behind in tempo on the lillia who just got to do her raptors during that
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time Because of this, if he just clears his jungle downwards, he knows that hes going to be behind lillia in terms of pacing. He'll get to bot crab late, or under her level, and then forcing a play on the same side of the map will be really difficult. so, whats the solution? Hes going to interrupt her tempo advantage by invading right away. While he didnt get the enemy buff at level 1, he did get valuable information, and now he uses that to beautifully land every skillshot and shut down lillia before she can become a problem for the botside of the map from here, he knows that going to lillias red would let him take it away, so should he do it? Even though he would get lillias red, the fact that there arent any camps around it, and he hasn't killed any of his own camps means that it would be really inefficient for his future pathing. By going to the enemy red and then returning to his own camps afterwards, his second respawn of camps will be much later due to the delay and he would fall behind lillia in level.
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Sometimes it is very valuable to make sure your camps are respawning before you make plays, especially at challenger level where opportunities for free kills are much rarer than in lower elos. He clears down, grabs his red buff, and sees that the enemy support is roaming from a ward. He decides to pinch the senna as his support roams up as well and lands a free kill, from here what would you look to do? From this play weve gathered a bit of information. 1, that lillia just did bottom crab, 2 that shes still on botside from an e she threw at him moments ago, and 3 that top lane is teleporting back to lane. From this and the timer in the game we can tell that lillias camps are back up again on topside, assume that her bot side camps are down, and that top crab is still up. now we should really look to pressure top side since thats where all of the plays are. Bugi runs straight through mid and looks to chunk out the enemy mid laner.
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its not even important that he kills him here, he just wants to get zileans hp low so that he cant rotate to any play that hes about to make. Hes down to keep pressuring and fighting mid since hes ranged with red buff and lillia is wasting her time here as well. He ends up outplaying really hard, scoring a kill and then moving into top side like he originally planned to do. Hes able to use the death timer to take away top crab, get deep vision and counter jungle lillias krug camp. Not going to his own camps or recalling after bottom crab set all of this up, and its something that a lot of players wouldnt be willing to go for. But bugis style is high risk high reward. he has excellent mechanics and loves fighting a lot to take advantage of them. To further prove that point, after recalling, he goes to his raptor camp, and then instead of farming other things, looks to immediately invade with the vision that he set up from the earlier play. The way he paths just flows so easily into each movement, its really quite impressive
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to watch. he sits in the bush and waits for lillia, but she never comes. However, because hes here, hes positioned really close to multiple plays that could break out. Hes ready to counter gank mid if it happens or just assist with a proactive play. Noticing that a skirmish breaks out, he runs to help and picks up another kill onto the zilean. after going back to his jungle for blue buff, he takes top crab and looks to pressure the map some more. he ganks mid again and transitions through to the other side of the map. Even without bottom prio and all of his jungle camps being up, he still chooses to go mess with lillia. Again, this kind of style can be so impactful but it is high risk high reward. if you trust your mechanics and your ability to weave in and out of fights, just drawing the enemy laners away and making them deal with you by being a nuisance is enough to snowball games. If laners have to react to you, you get something based on them just missing gold and experience.
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he plays the fight perfectly, stalling time for his laners to rotate before committing. From here hes able to take away the enemy jungle and start up the dragon. Note that dragon hasnt been touched by either team until now, when its convenient. we preach this a lot but counter jungling and invading just leads to bigger advantages. and dragon is often not that sought after. He farms just his red and raptors since he really needs to spend all of the gold that he just picked up. and now hes going to book it to topside to once again contest lillia for things that she wants to do. because of his smart pathing and how snowballed he is, hes able to easily push lillia off of the rift and take top crab. This is why its so important to constantly path into the enemy jungler when youre ahead. If he hadnt and had delayed earlier to take away more camps, he wouldave given over 2 important objectives, and allowed lillia to scale for free. And just because he contested for 2 things and won, it doesnt mean that he needs to stop
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now. He continues to keep up the relentless attack on lillila and invades again. stealing away her red, forcing a winning fight, and overall just setting up his team to have a really easy coast to victory. There isnt much that needs to be said about what hes able to do now. With such a huge lead, he just continues to pressure over and over and over again, and lillia just cant find room to breathe at all. We want to remind everyone that the enemy jungler is a rank one player, and he cant deal with the amount of pressure that bugi is putting out. With that in mind, if you do this to the enemy jungler in solo queue, theres literally no chance that theyll know how to respond. Obviously this style is difficult to pull off. But here at skill capped we are a big proponent of limit testing, and its for this exact reason. Through thousands of games bugi has fine tuned his senses and knows exactly how to get away with the plays hes making. You have to start somewhere, and attempting to emulate this style will be punished at
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first. But over the course of time, you can adapt quicker because youll be forcing more fights, more interactions, and giving yourself more chances to learn. And that brings us to the end of this video, we hope that you enjoyed watching bugi dominate solo queue as much as we did, and if you didn't know he existed before this, then now you know exactly who to look out for when it comes to promising young players. Thanks for watching and we'll see you next time.

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