Suet Up! - League of Legends 3v3 Ranked Team - Ep. 1

Suet Up! - League of Legends 3v3 Ranked Team - Ep. 1

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Suet Up! - League of Legends 3v3 Ranked Team - Ep. 1
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10.03.2015 19:00 10.03.2015 19:00
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Hiya fellow Noobs! Todays League of Legends episode brings us something different: a 3v3 Ranked Team game on Twisted Treeline with some friends. We have some unexpected picks and it goes a lot better than expected. :D Please let me know if the sound is still unbalanced. :) Thanks for watching and please be sure to Like the video (if you enjoyed it) and leave a comment below. :) Check out the rest of our League of Legends action here: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PL2ds2TkBvdK3RU28JzeGFHaumCYjIu4Vi ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------ League of Legends is a Free-to-Play Massive Online Battle Arena (MOBA) developed by Riot Games and released back in 2009. In League of Legends, players assume the role of a character, called a champion, with unique abilities, battling with a team against other player or computer-controlled champions. In the most popular game modes, each teams goal is to destroy the opposing teams nexus, a building which lies at the heart of a base protected by defensive structures. Each League of Legends game is discrete, with all champions starting off each game fairly weak and progressing by accumulating gold and experience over the course of the game. Players gain levels from killing the opposing teams champions, controlled by other players or bots, and minions that regularly spawn and attack the other teams turrets, minions, and champions. In the classic game mode, the map is typically divided into three lanes, which are paths that spawned minions take the jungle, an area between lanes where neutral monsters spawn and bases, where players spawn and can purchase items. The three lanes are composed of the bottom, mid, and top lanes, which different champions tend to battle on based on their respective types. The jungle is sometimes considered a lane, where some champions tend to roam in order to collect buffs and assist in the other lanes freely. Players earn a small amount of gold every second passively but can earn more by getting the last hit on minions, destroying enemy turrets that guard the lanes, killing neutral monsters located in the jungle, and killing enemy champions. With this gold, users can buy a variety of items to strengthen their champion for the remaining duration of the game. On the classic Summoners Rift, Twisted Treeline, and Howling Abyss maps, the game is ended by destroying the enemy teams last structure on the map, called the Nexus, from which minions spawn. Other maps have variations of rules and objectives, such as Dominion on the Crystal Scar map, where each teams Nexus loses health if the opposing team controls at least three of the five towers located around the map. The player is identified as a summoner and acts as the persistent element in the game. A summoners statistics and scores are tracked and are accessible to the player. Summoners gain experience points and Influence Points for each battle they participate in. Experience points lead to persistent level gains for the summoner, up to a maximum level of 30. The benefit of gaining levels is unlocking Mastery Points and Rune Page slots which improve the overall strength of the summoners chosen champion during battles. The summoner can also choose two summoner spells, which significantly impact gameplay and have a high cooldown rate while costing no mana. All of the masteries are passive effects. They are grouped into offensive, defensive, and utility categories. Masteries can be re-distributed at will between battles. Similar to masteries, runes affect gameplay in minor ways. Runes are categorized into Marks, Seals, Glyphs, and Quintessences . They must be unlocked in the store. To benefit from runes, summoners can arrange them in their Runebooks, which has a limited number of slots for each rune type. League of Legends currently has 123 different champions from which to choose, all of which are classified by type (assassin, tank, support, etc.) which indicates the champions gameplay style. (Ill try to keep this figure updated) (Game description provided (with some modification) by Wikipedia.) ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------ For more information about League of Legends, visit the following helpful sites: https://leagueoflegends.wikia.com/wiki/League_of_Legends_Wiki https://www.mobafire.com/ League of Legends is completely FREE to play and can be downloaded from here: https://www.leagueoflegends.com ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------ Subscribe to be kept up to date on all of the gaming hype and fails! Subscribe: https://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=perpetualnoob3 Find me on Twitter: https://www.twitter.com/perpetualnoob3 Find me on Google+: https://plus.google.com/+perpetualnoob3/posts

Suet Up! - League of Legends 3v3 Ranked Team - Ep. 1

Suet Up! - League of Legends 3v3 Ranked Team - Ep. 1

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