Server Status: 9 Online 0 Offline
Check out our Worlds recaps for day one and day two for a chance to win RP!

News League Trends: Episode #1

by Alex Ferri on March 5, 2013
We've got another analysis of the League of Legends trends for this past week! Find out what champions are doing well, what champions are doing poorly, and what's up on Summoner's Rift!
This time it's in video format rather than our usual written post. Please let us know in the comments what you think about this new series.

0
2 years ago
We've got another analysis of the League of Legends trends for this past week! Find out what champions are doing well, what champions are doing poorly, and what's up on Summoner's Rift! This time it's in video format rather than our usual written post. Please let us know in the comments what you think about this new series.

1
2 years ago
what else =)
0
2 years ago
NICE !!!!!
0
2 years ago
nice :D
6
2 years ago
Nice segment guys :D though I wish you could bring the game replays in colorblind mode, as I am color blind :(

Hope next videos will be even cooler :)
1
2 years ago
I like it Alex! Great work!
0
2 years ago
:D more more more more!~
0
2 years ago
Very interesting gj guys
4
2 years ago
i really couldn't care less about these graphs in video form. not only do you take 3 1/2 minutes to convey information that i can literally skim over in 10 seconds, your presentation is trash and i really couldn't be bothered watching this sorry. real shame too considering how much effort you put in this #sorrynotsorry

keep to the usual format please for fast browsers such as myself, and if you're content on making these at least give the reader the option to choose
23
2 years ago
This is actually a really rude comment and I'm going to hope you didn't intentionally try to sound so nasty. Feedback is ALWAYS appreciated, even negative feedback, but calling things "trash" and saying "Sorrynotsorry" is really not an attitude that LolKing wants to foster in its comments.

Saying you didn't like it and explaining what you wanted (a text post, for example) would have gone a lot longer way than flaming a volunteer.
0
2 years ago
I'm going to agree with tryndameer. I have no problems with video as long as I have the option to read it. I could read this information in 20% of the time. Also, watching videos is not always a possibility.
On a different subject ashelia: what about the giveaway that was supposed to happen "some time after the 19th of February" ? Any information on that?
6
2 years ago
You can leave feedback and agree with people, but the way he said it is uncalled for IMO. You can say a video isn't a presentation form you want like you did, but saying something is trash and being insulting is not ok.

And we'll post up the winners with this week's contest.
1
2 years ago
I didn't say i agreed with how he said though, only the message.
1
2 years ago
I agree 110% with you Ashelia.. He was way out of line.
0
2 years ago
Agreed, that guy is a douche, don't waste your time on him. I can see where these two are coming from if you just want the information, and I did like reading the articles, but I read the entire thing, so it took me longer to read it than to watch the video (admittedly I'm a slower reader). Also with the text format you can read it in places you might not be able to watch a video like school or work.

That being said, I did enjoy the video and it was kept very short and to the point, I will watch these weekly or read them weekly, if I had the option I'd probably watch them more often than read them since I'd be viewing the site at home more often than not.
0
2 years ago
I think you're overreacting somewhat. Some people, such as myself, simply have a more blatantly honest way of expressing ourselves, especially online, where people are generally used to far, far harsher methods of expression.

Lack of censorship online allows people to speak exactly what they feel inside at any given moment, and personally, I much prefer that to artificial niceties. It's also much more useful as feedback, because you know you're getting a fully honest reply.

I also have to agree with the underlying sentiment at least. Videos are great, but only when there's a viable reason for creating them. In this case, the content of the video makes much more sense in text+image form.
5
2 years ago
Respectively disagree. If you can't say feedback without belittling people then you should consider learning how to because it's not cool.
0
2 years ago
There's honest and there's just plain rude. You have effectively outlined why I hate the internet community sometimes. Just because it's in comments on a webpage does not make it any less inappropriate or hurtful to people. When did it become okay to throw common decency out the window because you're under a screen name. If this mentality went away, I think you'd see a lot less a-holes and trolls on sites and inside LoL itself.

I don't think Ashelia overreacted at all.
1
2 years ago
hi!!!! soooooooryyyyy keke sugarcoating my words on the interneeett isn't usuaally my approach but i'll make an exception just for youuuu :D:D

like sometiems on da interwebs u gotta be blunt LO L cos thats just how i talk y'know hehe but what really grinds my gears (if u kno wat im saying [dunkey reference]) in particular is how you word "even negative feedback" as if almost negative feedback is a bad thing????????????? kekeke because ur website (or i can only asume jaja cos of ur green border) isnt perfect (exhibit a - this video) so why pretend lolzor that it is

and in reflection (LOL) when i look back at my comment i wrote quite early in the morning (grumpy moods :X) i maaaaaaaaaay admit i was kinda aaa harsh butt im not gonna apologise hehe cos idc lel

but ur site is pre. cute atm so i dont mind if u like keeping it as a utopia or w/e jajajajjaaja


#laters
7
2 years ago
You have many social issues, I recommend getting that checked out.