So I have been considering picking this game up but i was wondering if it is noob friendly? Or will I just pick this up to get completely owned?
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Noob-friendly is a tough thing to determine, is there a learning curve? absolutely and its a decently steep one, but it all depends on how quick you can adapt. When I started playing I was expecting the worst beating I have taken in a game but after a couple matches I was a functional part of my team and contributing to the success rather than just being a meat-shield. I would recommend you download it because 1. its free and 2. everyone was a noob at some point.
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Depends. There is a good amount of people who will say stuff like "I cant stand playing with starters" "You are very terrible at this game lol" "You are very bad" "YOu all are noobs on going to play on one of my level 30 accounts".
Thats some of what I was told and heard since i started playing. Somepeople will just blame you when they die even tho it wasnt your fault. Say if they die and you are a support healer and you didnt heal them. But sometime your heal has a 20sec Cool down and you cant use it yet.
For me I just played and if someone gets a little mad I just ignore it or tell them K or Okay. After sometime I found a lot more Nice friendly people then really bad ones.
Overall if you find out to enjoy the game play it because its fun too you. Find the champions you find fun and play them whenever you please.
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