The 5 Most Frustrating League of Legends Plays

By LoL Smurfs

Opinion

The 5 Most Frustrating League of Legends Plays

League of Legends is like a game of chess. There are some good players, some bad players and there are some players that have no idea what they are doing.

There are some common League of Legends plays that we regularly see, some of them even as high as gold ELO. Some of these plays can be extremely infuriating to watch and can trigger people into a blind rage or flame. Here are five of the most frustrating League of Legends plays that you should never do.

5. Ignoring Thresh Lanterns

Tip: Did you know you can click the Thresh lantern to travel to him?

Neither do most ADC players and this can be extremely frustrating to watch. This is one of the most common League of Legends plays and we hate it. In the video above the Jinx is actually gold ELO, how she got there without realising she can click a Thresh lantern we will never know.

4. Thinking it’s a free Win

You know that a 4v5 isn’t a free win right? You have to actually earn that win with good League of Legends plays and using the extra player to your advantage with smart rotations.

You aren’t going to win the game by just playing because they have one less person – after all if your team mate is going to die to a disconnected Anivia maybe it’s better if it became a 4v4

3. Over Extending

Ever had that lane with the guy who lost his tower and yet he continues to push? Here’s an example of a League of Legends play with three people that are all over extended and we have no words to describe the rest – just watch the video.

2. Tanking Minions

Despite a popular belief from Bronze league – Minions can deal damage. One of the most frustrating League of Legends plays to watch is when someone loses a fight because they didn’t anticipate how much damage the enemy minions can do. This usually ends up with them then saying “lucker” or something in all chat. The only luck in that lane was when your opponent got matched against someone who tanks two entire waves of minions for one farm.

1. Playing Champions you can’t play

This is a great example of a League of Legends play by someone who quite frankly has absolutely no idea what they are doing. Don’t be this guy – Pick a champion you know how to play.

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