Phreak: I Play Braum As A Jungler With Trinity Force For Tons Of Damage.
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They addressed that. Braum knocks the enemies around him as well. The first one to be knocked up is 1.5 and subsequent enemies are only slightly knocked up, like <.5, but Nami's is set for all targets hit. Braum's ult also leaves a slow field, but Nami's relies on how far the target was.
This makes Braum better for area control, even if only slightly.
The team as a whole crumbled apart after S2, that wasn't a secret. Individually though, each player was good, they just stopped trusting each other. Alex still makes plays on his own, the problem is that a group of solo players are handicapped against actual teams.
The veterans from S1 are all dropping themselves from rosters because they know how obsolete they've become. I just thought some people here may have cared as much as the other people I've been talking to :x
Seeing other people be them pro or not playing videogames brings me extreme amounts of boredom. I COULD and CAN be playing the game instead and that's what I plan on doing. And as much as they love to look at this like it's a sport, I refuse to consider it one until steroids are involved.
Also, retiring from playing a videogame? That is such a fucking stupid thing to say I don't even know where to begin.
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