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CLIMB LOW ELO - Identify Your Win Condition! | Skill Capped

Опубликовано: 19 мар. 2019 г. 171 344 просмотра

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LOW ELO JUNGLE MISTAKES - Learn to play to your win condition!
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Jungle Guide Description:
In today's guide we'll be showing you how low elo players fall short on identifying and playing to their win conditions as a jungler. We'll also teach you how to identify your own win condition and what common mistakes junglers make in the jungle and how to solve them.

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  • Skill Capped Challenger LoL Guides
    Skill Capped Challenger LoL Guides 5 месяцев назад Alrighty! Here's a look at what part of our system offers! Let us know what you think of this content type where we review lots of low elo games!
  • Lucky Fox
    Lucky Fox 5 месяцев назад I like it, it lets me compare myself to others and spot my mistakes. Judging from these, I play better then gold, ut am unranked due to not having time :)
  • darth tiranus
    darth tiranus 5 месяцев назад I like this a lot i play jg casual and make this type of mistakes pls do more of this
  • Nethaniel Colon
    Nethaniel Colon 5 месяцев назад I need more of this. I'm stuck going from bronze and silver...seeing the kind of mistakes I'm making from the get based on lane analysis is Soo helpful...🤞to climb
  • Magiczny.Konik.Pozdróżujący.Ze.Wszystkimi.Których.Spotkał.Na.Magicznej.Planecie.Zwanej.Nyan.Cat
    Magiczny.Konik.Pozdróżujący.Ze.Wszystkimi.Których.Spotkał.Na.Magicznej.Planecie.Zwanej.Nyan.Cat 5 месяцев назад i would like to see how we can climb higher from P4 playing (yup i main ardent supports) only supports
  • Lucky Fox
    Lucky Fox 5 месяцев назад @Magiczny.Konik.Pozdróżujący.Ze.Wszystkimi.Których.Spotkał.Na.Magicznej.Planecie.Zwanej.Nyan.Cat A support main? Interesting. What do you people eat? :O How do you spend your day? :D
  • Magicarpman8000
    Magicarpman8000 5 месяцев назад Honestly, this video is a compilation of my favorite part of every video. As a jungler, it's hard to remember every lane matchup and what to prioritize where. Learning that for a bunch of champion matchups is very important. If you could, please make a video grouping champs into categories and describe each lane matchup as a category x vs category y scenario and show how much priority that lane has to gank.
  • Quinn Foerter
    Quinn Foerter 5 месяцев назад I love this style of video, and I would really like to see it extended to different roles in the future.
  • Send Noodles
    Send Noodles 5 месяцев назад Im a bronze Rengar main, and i prioritize my duos lane because he plays snowball mid and top laners, but we still lose
  • td522285
    td522285 5 месяцев назад now I can blame my jg with an essay of what he did wrong
  • edmangi
    edmangi 5 месяцев назад Would be nice to analyse games in plat/dia elos not only gold/plat elos. But was super useful this videos! Love this channel!
  • Devia Monroe
    Devia Monroe 5 месяцев назад I really loved the video, but i have to point out a crucial miscalculation on your part. In your stead, i would never dare to assume that a “low elo” jungler would be able to identify different matchups and know witch of them are volatile. Even more, i have never heard any jungler, below high dia, use the term “lane priority” and i highly doubt they understand the concept behind ganking at all. They are pretty much randomly clearing their camps, starting botside cause 2 laners makes getting the first buff faster. And then gank the lane that cries the most.
  • The Overlord
    The Overlord 5 месяцев назад I really loved this type of guide over the pro analysis type because I feel like it can be much better applied to the majority of players to improve themselves with rather than potentially adapting to a certain pro's play-style. I usually don't watch the pro analysis videos, but this one really helped me, even though I'm not usually jungling. I would really like to see more of this in the future, and since I'm primarily a top-laner, maybe the next one can be with top lane? ;)
  • Zigh
    Zigh 5 месяцев назад Most Helpful video ive seen in a while
  • Geoff Li
    Geoff Li 5 месяцев назад i feel like this was in a way a lot more helpful than the high elo analysis videos
  • Luca Dogana
    Luca Dogana 5 месяцев назад i registered to skillcapped.... s3 to p3 in one month... best site ever
  • Baqi Bullah
    Baqi Bullah 5 месяцев назад What about others lanes.. like top and mid
  • HOOD
    HOOD 5 месяцев назад good content, thx!
  • Reiner Zufall
    Reiner Zufall 5 месяцев назад I actually tried some of the tipps from you, but I don't know if I'm just to dumb for those guides or if they actually overcomplicate the lower Elos. For instance the vertical Jungling is almost never happening in my games (Gold 1 right now). Often times I manage to actually punish people for trying the vertical jungling, with stealing their buffs, and I don't put to much thinking into winning or losing lanes. I've seen so much BS happening in my games, where A lvl2 Nasus/Orn starts to 1v1 or even 1v2 on lvl3 (theoretical) lane bullies like Riven, Fiora, Jayce etc. or extremely aggressive bot lanes, like Alistar/Thresh with Draven/Kaisa against passive early lanes like Ezreal/vayne and Janna/soraka, starting to lose wher ein high elo they actually shouldn't. So I started to make my decisions on the go, without big analysis and just looking at the pushing/pushed lanes and whoever offers himself to be ganked. People even lose to such troll things like Neeko Support and AP Blitz carry, where blitz farms and neeko takes most kills in early since she has a better burst. But like I said, in the end it could be just me being to stupid to analyze the game propperly^^
  • Francisco V
    Francisco V 4 месяца назад could you specify what volatile means in the contexts please?
  • yassine1234 Gow
    yassine1234 Gow 3 недели назад hi what about jax jngl what actuly do when against chaco play agressive plz answer and i love this channel tk you for this information
  • Nadine C
    Nadine C 5 месяцев назад This is really helpful. Even for non-junglers.
  • Skill Capped Challenger LoL Guides
    Skill Capped Challenger LoL Guides 5 месяцев назад Glad we could help! :)
  • Lelekos
    Lelekos 5 месяцев назад Exactly
  • Веселин Пенев
    Веселин Пенев 5 месяцев назад And still, I'm wondering how you will explain to your jg and teammates that certain lanes shouldn't be ganked
  • Nadine C
    Nadine C 5 месяцев назад Веселин Пенев I main support. If I play a lane like Ezreal + Soraka I won’t expect as many ganks in the future while actively asking for it if the win conditions allow for it.
  • NBoy C
    NBoy C 5 месяцев назад @Веселин Пенев you don't, that's a waste of time, if they argue about it just mute them. You only need to make sure that you are doing the right decision
  • Fasel Fasel
    Fasel Fasel 5 месяцев назад (изменено) @NBoy C its not as easy as that. You always need to take your team into consideration, even more now in s9 where the game is sooo team dependend. Sometimes its better to commit on a suboptimal play with your team on board than making the right decision. For example sometimes its better to group with a split push champion then risk the team being caught up in a 5v4 before you have pressure.
  • NBoy C
    NBoy C 5 месяцев назад @Fasel Fasel I agree with you. But that has nothing to do with what I have said, that's a different subject.
  • Fasel Fasel
    Fasel Fasel 5 месяцев назад @NBoy C i was referring to the second part of your statement. You're right with the first part though.
  • raymanx runer
    raymanx runer 5 месяцев назад Personally I prefer this because your actually telling us what we are doing wrong
  • TŰŰŰcsök DJ
    TŰŰŰcsök DJ 5 месяцев назад I really would like to see more of this
  • Alphis
    Alphis 5 месяцев назад then become a member of skillcapped xd
  • Manuel Zambudio Herrerías
    Manuel Zambudio Herrerías 5 месяцев назад I would prefer this kind of content instead of the main one u are more used to upload, but i rly like both of them. Id say id like to watch 50% of amateur content and 50% of professional content
  • 儀水鏡の妖怪霊
    儀水鏡の妖怪霊 5 месяцев назад I'd say it is better to go 66/75% high elo mostly because through it we can see examples of what we are looking to reach with more consistency. It would give us the highlights while lower elo material serves to correct our possible mistakes.
  • IKoga
    IKoga 5 месяцев назад Phenomenal stuff! Like this series idea a lot
  • EtherealRune
    EtherealRune 4 месяца назад Lane priorities in Low-elo. Doesn't mean shit, sadly enough. That's why invading jungle is almost always a risk because you can't rely on your teammates too much. Other than that, very helpful guide.
  • Mr Black
    Mr Black 5 месяцев назад (изменено) They actually did a guide on win conditions! Now jensen trembles in my presence
  • Gabriel Fabiano
    Gabriel Fabiano 5 месяцев назад It is so helpful! I think this kind of video can be much more easy for acknowledging low-elo mistakes
  • Grabakr Fen
    Grabakr Fen 5 месяцев назад quality content. love your videos
  • SunIsLegit
    SunIsLegit 5 месяцев назад In my opinion its better than the challenger analysis because people actually make mistakes so se can relate opposed to challenger with very few mistakes.
  • Al B
    Al B 5 месяцев назад Agreed.
  • Gambler Franco
    Gambler Franco 5 месяцев назад Well..... i guess im a jungler now......
  • abdurrahmane sab
    abdurrahmane sab 5 месяцев назад if you make more of this quality content i might have to buy your courses lol
  • Patrick Schroeter
    Patrick Schroeter 4 месяца назад I used them in the past on a diffrent concept, and i learned shittons of useful stuff about mechanics. They make really detailed guides!
  • babykylec
    babykylec 4 месяца назад Except even in favourable match ups, laners still lose 1 v 1, and they dont have the awareness to help invades. You should never depend on your laners in low elo.
  • Ismael
    Ismael 5 месяцев назад i think is easy to know jungler win condition because is all about lane matchups, i think its better to focus on laners win conditions because its harder to know what we have to do in certain matchups, also i liked this video a lot, it has few examples of mistakes that shouldnt be made and its really helpful
  • Roberts Polis
    Roberts Polis 5 месяцев назад Lane prio is nonexistent below mid plat.
  • Alexandre Géhin
    Alexandre Géhin 5 месяцев назад the problem I see in the guide from the first 2.30 minutes is that you plan the jungle route we should take expecting them to take the route that's the most effective and that high elo players do, but I can assure you I havent seen a jungler in my game doing golems second so far x) They're still rushing scuttle avec their buff and stuff x)
  • Nathan Craig
    Nathan Craig 5 месяцев назад This makes my inner bronze happy
  • LEEorAFK
    LEEorAFK 5 месяцев назад watched the video won 3 games in a row and got plat 2 , thank you :)
  • Kaisaurus
    Kaisaurus 5 месяцев назад I really feel like a lot of these information, as much as they are useful, recquire your team mates to actually know what the hell they're doing
  • Lih Degu
    Lih Degu 4 месяца назад For some but not all. It’s how you use the info