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wow, gogarory-sama's bm attitude removing me from friends makes me unable to send him a mystery gift skin for his birthday. How unfortunate? That would have been a Pulsefire Ez yo?
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WHY SCARRA!? SCARRA-SENPAI WHY!!!! I don't understand this move at all. scarra isn't the problem with Dignitas, WTF!!
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This has got to be an early april fools!!!
It was said yesterday, but I didn't want to believe it till they made it official.
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It was? I didn't see anything about it.
Wtf, I don't get it really. scarra isn't exactly spectacular, and he doesn't play popular champions like LeBlanc well. Maybe a new mid can make DIG a more versatile team, but I don't see how scarra is the problem regardless. I'd put a more talented top laner in the top lane instead of Cruzer to start off with, for example. I think DIG overall problem is bad coordination, shot calling and average laning. That's not something trading out scarra will solve... I can't help but feel like there's some behind the scenes disagreements, and that scarra is tired of it.
Wtf, why? Scarra wasn't even having that bad of a season, despite not playing some of the more popular champions of the meta. And Dig's problem was never the individuals, to begin with. Changing the lineup won't fix the core issues, if that's what they are looking for.
And man, I'm sentimental. Scarra has always been one of my favourite on-circuit guys. When I first started watching LCS, it was Scarra vs Regi at mid, going at each other, making plays (misplays ). So sad to see have them both step down
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I don't think scarra was their best player, honestly. Not a move that really make sense. But DIG never seem to make big moves.
Crumbzz and qtpie have been their best players this season. I think I'd give the edge to Crumbzz. He is playing much better individually if you compare his play to last split.
Gary I really wanted to give you a Pulsefire Ezreal
Guys, can we discuss Korean teams usage of Twitch? I do not get it at all. I find Twitch an underwhelming pick in the current siege meta. Not only does Twitch have bad siege without using his ultimate (not exceptional range and NO escape), he also has bad quick wave clear compared to e.g. a Lucian, a Cait and especially the very popular Sivir. He's also an average laner from my perspective with his current power level. He has no escapes apart from an activated invisibility, which is pretty huge negative factor honestly. People shy away from Jinx (even though we do see her occasionally in west as well), mainly because she has no escape, even with her amazing mobility during team fights with a single reset as well as superb tower siege range with Q. It's funny because Jinx is actually being played right now by CJ Space, and Ozone Imp is playing Twitch. Did they pick the respective ADCs perhaps due to each other's picks and bans? I did not see the pick and ban phase.
So now we've seen both Imp from Ozone and Piglet from SKT T1 K play Twitch. A resurgence? I mean if he really is better than I think, then we'll see Twitch in the west soon. You know whom is a crazy Twitch player? WildTurtle
I think it's a bit surprising to hear. But I'd say Twitch is not an average laner, as far as "only" damage goes. Then again, Vayne also has good early game damage and she is considered a weak laner for other numerous aspects of her game. So, I'm not going to argue about his lane phase strength.
That said, with so much hard CC going on down in bot, Twitch's early game power can come handy. There's no way a Twitch can survive all-in lanes, unless they are the side that is doing the all-in. Otherwise, you'll just be poked out of the lane quick, if you don't die, that is. That makes it a super risky pick, not so different than what he has ever been.
Twitch can take turrets down with his ultimate from outside the turret aggro range, though. It's just my two cents, but maybe, just maybe, he might be a pick to siege against teams that waveclear ridiculously fast.
Not sure if this is enough of a reason to warrant taking a more risky lane phase stance, though.
phantoml0rd playing adc ahri
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and its so bad
Cause it's expensive