C/D if you main certain roles it carries over to your other roles

#1dennis941012Posted 2/8/2013 10:01:24 AM
for instance people who main support tends to ward alot and have good map awareness when they play other roles.
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#2ZileanPosted 2/8/2013 10:03:08 AM
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Being a support player doesn't mean I ward more often.
Being the ADC doesn't mean I'm more aggressive as a support.

I just do what the role specifies. Proper knowledge of when to initiate and stick through a skirmish and where/when to ward is just something all lanes should know.
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#3dennis941012(Topic Creator)Posted 2/8/2013 10:03:46 AM
From: Zilean | #002
D

Being a support player doesn't mean I ward more often.
Being the ADC doesn't mean I'm more aggressive as a support.

I just do what the role specifies. Proper knowledge of when to initiate and stick through a skirmish and where/when to ward is just something all lanes should know.


I am tempted to disagree with you but your name ._. damn
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#4Masemune_100Posted 2/8/2013 10:05:20 AM
It's more like certain roles teach how to do things that you can use across all roles, such as playing an ADC helps you learn how to last hit better or Jungle/Support and map awareness. Most of the time you have to play the roles completely differently.
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