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#3765953 Some rivarly RBG matches of S11

Posted Ayrasaurus on 11 September 2012 - 03:47 PM

The best pic of s11 <3Posted Image


#3766555 What does it take to become a gladiator?

Posted Atxx on 12 September 2012 - 02:22 AM

1. You have to know not just your own class, but every class and ability in the game inside and out. Knowing your enemy is key. Additionally, communication is one of the most important parts of becoming a Gladiator. You need to know how to communicate EFFECTIVELY with your team, and make sure that you are communicating the right information.

2. This goes back to the communication, here is a short list of the things you should be communicating:  When you're going in offensively, When you're using cooldowns both offensive and defensive, when your trinket is up, when you need help, any crowd control spells, what you are going to interrupt / do interrupt, what you think the enemy is doing/setting up, and anything else that is important to maintaining control and cohesion in your game.

3. I believe what separates good players from great ones is the ability to judge, assess, and adapt to different situations at any time during a game. This just comes with knowledge, experience, and practice.

4. My first 2 months were terrible. I was too young and too new to gaming to have the cognitive ability to succeed and do well.

5. The time it takes to become good varies by individual, I don't think there is a set time. I became better by setting realistic goals for myself, 2K, 2.2K, 2.4K etc.. and worked towards achieving those goals. It's easier to set goals that you can work towards and


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