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League of Legends (LoL) Question: How to get off tilt and play consistently/carry in Silver V?

Posted in General | Tags: Rengar 4,212

  • waffletooth

    How to get off tilt and play consistently/carry in Silver V?

    Hi! I'm relatively new to rank and I'm ranked at Silver V. As the title asks, how do I get off tilting and play consistently? Often in my games I mess up a combo (Rengar jungle player, close to one trick but I play others) or my team mates get me off and I start tilting. For the last 3 days or so I've been stuck around Silver V with the LP from around 0-20, never won 2 games in a row, and I have roughly a 25-33% win rate. How do I get off my tilting/get past Silver V LP 20, or better yet how do I manage to not tilt and carry my team?
  • Answers (4)

    VexRoth (78) | April 17, 2016 12:26am
    Generalizing here because I'm only working with what you've told us.

    If team mates or enemies are tilting you via chat then Mute them.

    Don't spend time on chat other than to say positive things or pass useful information to the rest of you team such as Dragon spawns in 1:10, or Jarvan IV flashed and ulted when he got me.

    Usually in my experience if you are typing non-essential information in chat you are tilted / are paying more attention to your critics or whoever it is you are criticizing than to the game.

    Consistency comes largely from game knowledge. Watch your replays and note how you died and think about why you died. Post links to your replays and ask for criticism from higher ranked players.

    Keep your champion pool relatively small while you are gaining the game knowledge you need to get better.

    Realize that you aren't going to win every game. You only need a slightly positive win rate to climb. So just try and learn from your losses.

    Oh, and take breaks after really intense games or after two ranked losses in a row. go have a cup of water, hit the bathroom, something to chill for a bit.
    VexRoth (78) | April 18, 2016 7:56pm
    You are welcome, waffletooth. Best of luck!
    waffletooth | April 18, 2016 7:26pm
    feast or famine FeelsBadMan

    Thanks for the advice though VexRoth!
    BlueMoon01 (12) | April 18, 2016 12:35am
    still wondering how a rengar main can stuck in s5 kappa
    Vynertje (386) | April 17, 2016 3:41am
    To add, if you're really tilting beyond repair you should just take a break from ranked altogether for a day or two. Generally that should get your mind straight again.
    Ekki (86) | April 17, 2016 1:44pm
    Getting away from the "how do I carry my team" mentality should go a long way in reducing the amount of times you're put on tilt. VexRoth said everything else I could add.
    Ekki (86) | April 18, 2016 8:06pm
    It's part of the mentality. You should be focusing on getting better yourself to play consistently. Carrying happens, but you can't aim to do it every game. You should also know when and how to let yourself be carried.
    waffletooth | April 18, 2016 7:25pm
    I don't think attempting to carry is what tilts me, rather what tilts me is how my team mates that are 1/6/1 do dumb moves trying to get the triple kill plays thinking they can still carry not accepting they have to get carried.
    BlueMoon01 (12) | April 17, 2016 7:30am
    How do i carry in silver? Idk

    But how to offtilt? Its always dubstep, listen to any music you loved; or take a break after each lose and watch some vidoes/chill out for 10 mins +/-

    If you lost 2 in a row, take a break; have a shower; do anything, texts your frens or go watch movies, play back in an hour atleast

    Stay positive, not every game is winnable, accept the fact that you lose and don't flame teammates

    Watch some educational vids on youtube too will help you (Not sure but it did help me to D5 :D)

    Gl in climbing
    Patrick Mcglory (1) | April 17, 2016 3:18am
    Vexroth's answer is great. I don't really do much ranked but have experienced lots of runs of bad games when I'm a bit pissed off by the previous ones. What I've found is I tend to focus on other peoples play on lost games.

    Even if my K/D ratio/objective play ect isn't bad, and they may have thrown the game, I don't focus on myself critically, which I think is bad.
    Their horrible performance actually hides my mistakes to a degree, so much so that I don't focus on what I did wrong and how to correct it. Hopefully this makes sense!It's something I'm trying to work on at the moment to stop any tilting.
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