karma support good
Not much lol. Like the bar with +10lbs on each side
so many people I've met online live in the general area and there are two major colleges here (UCLA + USC), so there's a lot to do and a lot of people to do it with.
Either South Korea, Dubai, Canada, or Japan.
He's fine right now, but if you're not good at him then shouldn't play.
Janna was already very popular, but if more assassins are being played she'll be more useful. Lulu is better as a solo laner.
if you consider music art, I've played guitar and drums, though I haven't been keeping up with them recently because of league + gym + reading
that investing in one's self is most often the best use of time, and that it worrying too much about how other people are doing isn't worth the effort
Dead Poets Society
Currently, no. My free time is mainly spent reading, seeing friends, working out, or watching television series / anime / movies.
Yeah, I've also thought of playing jungle, and in the past, I've played top in a team setting.
imo, Alistar, Janna, Braum, Morgana, and either Poppy or Thresh to round out the list.
combination of not gelling with the team socially, not believing in the individual strength of the roster, and the team having a lack of trust in me in regards to making in game calls.
thanks for writing all that!
I went to one for the first time last week. It was really loud, and I didn't know too many people there, so I left about twenty minutes after I arrived zzzz
I only really knew him well while I was on Solomid for ~3 months, and it's been about 1.5 years since then, so it's possible things have changed since, but I thought he was a really good person then. He reached out a lot to both me and Amazing when we first joined the team to help us feel included and like we were a part of the team. He was really nice and hardworking, as well as a bit cocky, which is understandable in my opinion, considering how good of a player he is. He also always was looking to better himself as a player, and would rarely try to assign blame after games, instead looking to what things he could improve upon.