Getting a good rank, knowing which champions to pick to start the game, understanding how the game mechanics work is always a challenge for those new to League of Legends.
Learn to last hit
This is very important advice, even though it may be obvious. Last hitting is one of the most important components of most roles. After all, all the first items in 80% of cases are bought precisely due to the merciless killing of these little brave warriors.
For those who don’t know what a last hit is. It’s minion finishing that brings you money.
And although it may seem to you that they don’t give as much gold for minions as you would like, and the kill looks too attractive, in fact it is not. By killing only 2 waves of minions, you can buy one component of any item, thereby gaining a huge advantage over your opponent. But chasing a kill, you can still be left with nothing, at best. Or give a kill to the enemy. That’s why in PRO games you can see that opponents rarely trade in the lane, and even more so they don’t chase kills. The focus is on farming.
But, alas, last hitting is not such an easy task, especially for a beginner. Don’t get upset if you can’t finish off the minions. This can be corrected by practicing more in workout mode.
Choose one or two roles and several champions to start with, gradually expanding their pool
Of course, new players should choose relatively easy champions to start with. After all, it is quite difficult to learn to play the same Bard.As for the roles, everything is clear. It will be much easier for you if you are sure that you are exactly coping with any one role. Of course, it is worth training other roles in parallel, but you will feel most comfortable only in a few.
Try to try out as many champions and roles as possible against bots, decide which role suits you best, and hone your skills. And choosing a hero, of course, start from your preferences. The most important thing is that the hero is to your liking, and only then can you become one during the game.
Don’t try to chase the meta by picking the strongest hero, because a hero is strong only in the right hands. So there’s a good chance that when you pick an imbalanced hero for the first time, you’ll play 1-13 or something. Sometimes non-meta heroes can drag.
Never give up and do not shift responsibility to others
What to do if you and your allies lost a lane? Of course, never give up. There is always a chance to win, no matter what difficult situation you find yourself in. Do not lose heart and do not try to blame the allies, because there is such a thing as the human factor.
Someone played badly, because the enemy is really many times superior to him in skill. Alas, people are different, but if they play badly, you will not be able to improve the situation by blaming them, and will only provoke a conflict. Any person is wrong.
Most often, having felt the taste of victory, the enemies relax, thinking about the next game. And if this happens, it is worth acting.There are many options to return or get the advantage in your hands. After winning a lane, help someone, gank, share a ward, or just cheer up a losing ally. It is not necessary to escalate the situation once again. Better try to give your allies a cheerful inspiring mood, and then you will see for yourself that it has become much easier to play.
Follow the minimap
Why is it so important? The fact is that thanks to the review, you can easily predict the actions of the enemy. At times, if you get carried away with farming, you may not see that an enemy jungler is coming towards you from behind. And everything would be fine, but he passed through the ward. This is where the mini-map comes in handy. It allows you to see more than a rectangular patch of ground with creeps at war. You can easily determine the movements of both enemies and allies, predicting their next actions.
But keep in mind you will have to look at the mini-map often. And it takes getting used to. And by “often” we mean “always”. At least every 5 seconds. This will protect you from unwanted ganks or allow you to see the movements of your allies, who may have come to your aid, or moved towards some significant object.
When playing in the forest, looking at the map like this is not a difficult task. But it’s not so easy to do it on the line. At least because you have to concentrate on farm and the enemy. However, if this rule of 5 seconds is constantly practiced, then it will become a habit, and it will become much easier to play.
Always communicate with your team
Chatting with teammates is one of the best ways to guarantee victory in any League of Legends Wild Rift game. The in-game pings are located in the upper right corner of the screen, so use them as needed! If your opponent is not on the line, be sure to mark the corresponding ping with an exclamation mark.
This alerts the rest of your team to a possible gank. Communication also plays a key role in the beginning of team fights. By letting your team know which enemy to start targeting in team fights, you will be able to gain the upper hand in team fights by organizing your priority targets.