How to Jungle WITHOUT Hating Your Life! - Skill Capped

How to Jungle WITHOUT Hating Your Life! - Skill Capped

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climbing in league of legends requires three things mechanics decision making and a winning mentality i've personally spent years playing this game being held back from reaching higher elo being hard stuck for a season in silver because i approached the game with a poor mindset after taking a break and refreshing my mental i was able to see the game in a very different light and started climbing really quickly hitting challenger rank two seasons later if you don't know what's holding you back from climbing this may be the missing piece so stick around learning how to master your role becoming better at decision making improving your mechanics knowledge etc
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is all excellent and will gain you lp however these skills only truly work when you have a clear mind and your decision making is unaffected by other factors have you ever answered most of the questions we asked throughout our guides correctly but you struggle to climb that's often because you have the knowledge and skills required to climb further but you're potentially held back by a weak mental approach to the game and while this guide is great for any role let's be honest as a jungler our mental is always under attack from our teammates as they spam ping for you to gank every lane all while expecting you to somehow secure
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every objective at the same time which can easily break the mental of most players very quickly we're going to teach you how to seriously improve your mental game so you can stop being held back like i was and start expressing your true skills on summoner's rift unhindered by emotional decisions so let's get started my absolute favorite saying in league has become play the game you're playing not the game you wish you were to really understand what this means let's look at an example from a gold subscribers coaching session rengar has had a pretty rough early game at this point and starts farming his crux
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seeing udyr on the map here he pings his bot lane and keeps his camera on himself once his 80 dies he expressed verbal annoyance to me something along the lines of i pinged why did they end here's where we need to shift our mindset did our bot lane end absolutely the wave was coming back into them and we knew that udyr was bot side the issue is that we expect our teammates to have the same level of knowledge and competency so we just envisioned the play going a certain way just like it does in our head perhaps jin and bard just back up and wait for the wave to come to them that definitely would work
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however once we ping our job isn't done pinging only encourages a different outcome it doesn't actually change what's going on once you ping you have to accept reality if they aren't actually backing up your pings did nothing and this is where the all-powerful saying play the game you're playing not the game you wish you were comes in we view ourselves as the better player so we should acknowledge the level of control we do have in this situation and not rely on our teammates to conform to our ideologies getting five people to agree on anything is really hard now imagine getting five people to agree
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without speaking yeah it's not gonna happen so since we are the only trustworthy player on our team we should try to figure out a solution in line with reality if they're pushing here our only real play is to counter the gank or just accept that they're dying and look for the next proactive thing to do looking at how this played out it definitely would have been at least one free kill or we could have prevented a fight completely we can't rely on untrustworthy players to adapt to us but we can adapt to them to elaborate on this more it's important to understand what tilt is and what causes it
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rengar was clearly frustrated as most people probably would be here but why the issue lies with a lack of control it's human nature to want to have control over a situation it's why you'll get more nervous in the passenger seat of a car rather than if you're driving and why you'll feel better if you know exactly what's going to happen next watching a horror movie the second time isn't nearly as scary if you know what to expect everyone knows the feeling of an easy game all lanes are winning and the game feels like it flies by you are fully immersed start to finish when games like this happen your expected reality and actual reality never differs
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the problem is when it does so we fix this by changing our expected reality to not be as rigid as it was before when you're prepared for things outside of your control to be random you don't get nearly as annoyed and your immersion bubble never gets popped when we understand why we get tilted it's easier to calm down and think rationally immediately we would avoid bad plays like what happens after jin dies due to our clouded judgment after all if we ping botlane because of udyr then walk right into him to die it's not that rengar lacked the skill to predict udyr it's that the frustration ruined the expression of said skill when things happen that are
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completely out of our hands there's no use getting frustrated but it happens all too often just think about if there was anything within your control that you could change the main issue is when your ego gets in the way my way or the highway is a common mentality when people don't listen to pings we often feel ignored because we knew how obvious the right play was in our head you can't have five different ideas play out and somehow align with each other someone is going to have to compromise and that person needs to be you if you want to win ping when you want to try to get something to happen but accept reality when it comes along
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the most valuable skill that any jungler can learn is how to adapt if you have an answer to all potential situations you aren't going to be rigid in your thought process and can easily switch gears no matter the game state let's go over the very beginning of this game as well for another example if we asked what your game plan is for the beginning of this game what would you say i started this session by asking what rengar's game plan was and he responded with buff buff gromp to top gank because train was important to get ahead if you said something similar to this
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here are some things to consider junglers often cite reasons for pathing as this is just the best path for my champion i get the best leash starting bot side or this gets me to top the fastest however when we think about game plans like this it's important to consider ideals but also other options should your plan fail for example thinking about your plan as if you'd want to go top is fine but don't lock yourself in to just that path in a way that gives you a lot of options and doesn't all in on one thing a vast majority of players think like
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this instead of phrasing their plan with more variability like if audio starts bot i'll do red blue gromp and then see what's available i can also gank top or clear back down to the bottom crab since udyr beats me in the 1v1 if he starts topside i can do a slower clear since i won't have to rely on the faster pacing to top and i don't have to worry about being invaded by avoiding making concrete plans and instead just taking things one step at a time to consider all possibilities you are much less prone to tilting since you won't have such a set expectation for your game all we said at the start was essentially
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to start red and just see what happens next in this game rengar stuck to his plan regardless of any info that indicated that it might be bad when he definitely needed to adapt after seeing udyr show on the map here you still felt the need to commit to finishing his plan and gank top anyways let's just look at the factors that make this really hard top lane took insanely hard trades early on so he's essentially a non-factor when it comes to fighting topside additionally the wave is building and about to crash so if rengar wanted to gank here he needed to be top right now
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there's no time to stall with gromp additionally udyr's showing on the map gives us some info that we can use we know fighting in udyr is going to be hard on a 1v1 so staying top side to match him really isn't much of an option we also know that he's starting red right as we start gromp so we'll probably be top at close to the same time if we still choose to gank in game ranger got frustrated that the variables weren't aligning for his play and then tried to do it anyways he felt like he didn't have another option avoiding tilt will stop bad decisions like this from being made and let you make the best out of a bad
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situation if we were more prepared to adjust to the situation we could have just countered the dive or decided to path back down to avoid the oodier if trend looked like he would survive we had plenty of other options but clouded judgement often makes us stick to the plays we expect to work even if all signs point to different things finally we had to touch on influence from your teammates such as pings and typing in chat while they can be useful often times they're not and just serve as a distraction from making our own good decisions again treat pings as showing intent not
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what's actually going to happen your teammate may ping that they want to go in but something happens that changes that it's still on you as the better player to read the situation you can see just as much as they can if they aren't posturing to go in don't act as if they will it's really on us as players to accept as much responsibility as possible if communication breaks down and something catastrophic happens put the blame on the fact that you misread the situation not on your teammates they may have made a bad play but there's no use in clinging on to the idea you had in your head
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and making a bad situation worse always remember play the game you're playing not the game you wish you were look for a way to improve your game state from where it is don't linger on the idea that you could be doing better as a team and your bot lanes shouldn't be inting or whatever it is what it is and all you can do is try to win from the place that you're at as far as flame goes just mute nothing anyone will say and that tilted state is going to be useful to winning the game if there's only one person with cloud of judgment don't make it too you don't have to become a buddhist monk to win games but it definitely helps to
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put things in perspective and just focus on your own improvement it's something we've all heard a thousand times but putting it into practice is clearly much more difficult than saying it we're not perfect as no one is and you will get frustrated sometimes it's just important to recognize when it happens and do your best to put your emotions aside to make the right decisions and if you're serious about truly becoming a better jungler and climbing fast then check out skillcaps it's the best place to improve at league of legends we have hundreds of guides just like this one and we upload tons of new videos to our site each week
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