How does one enjoy playing support in solo queue?

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User Info: RyokoWins

4 years ago#11
I just like the slightly lowered responsibility. I don't have to worry about CS. Just gotta try to make sure my adc doesn't die.
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User Info: Equalism

4 years ago#12
I like playing Alistair, and it usually works well unless the ADC is a complete derp

User Info: plasmatic5

4 years ago#13
To me, how does anyone enjoy playing bot lane in solo queue? Many of the supports I get don't understand that sometimes, you need to just farm. If you can get a kill because they have really bad positioning or you're getting a gank, then sure; try and get the kill. But most of my supports get bored and then just rush in a die when the enemy ADC is already 3/0 because of them trying that strategy.
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User Info: kitsunekun

4 years ago#14
I enjoy playing support so much and I generally don't trust other people to support instead. That being said, it is immensely rage-inducing when you're a perfect support and you win your lane and then by late game your team is getting caught in the jungle left and right and you lose.
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User Info: Gevauden

4 years ago#15
It's possible when there is no Toxic player on the team then it's enjoyable.
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