Heavy Montana, Jungo and GHEIST this week- not such a fun week to play, it's pretty easy to lose the match on turn 1 if you play poorly. I also saw a lot of FPC, strangely... I think those were by far the easiest wins for me this week. This is what I ended up using (GHEIST/ Vortex):
For whatever reason, GHEIST is in a situation where their games are so much easier if they draw a 5*, and their 4* are pretty hard to use in this environment. What can I say, SOA goes well on anything but it's best on 5* and 3*. I see no point in running GHEIST mono. Elke? Thanks but I'd rather take Cyb Lhia.
Ksendra- what can I say? When she came out I thought: she might be too good. Now I can definitely say that she is too good, and Ksendra+Bristone+Leviatonn+[Wardom or another 5*] is the core of GHEIST right now.
Ksendra: She's even MVP awesome in the GHEIST mirror!
Wardom: Between Bristone and Ksendra, I often didn't even need to hit for 8. I just needed to hit for 5 and they can't win through the awesome GHEIST DR.
Leviatonn: Invaluable against Skeelz, brings on the pain and KOs for everyone.
Platinum: I found him t3ch for this week. Lots of 6 power characters out there. In one game, smashed Sammy 44-44 (11 pills on Sammy, 10 on Plantinum).
C Wing: I usually prefer Neloe but I wanted his extra damage.
I love this preset, it's easy to play and your opponent has very little room for error. Maybe Montana instead of Vortex next time
Win or pay.
Nice 1337 h4x t3ch, Katsumi.
On the luck-skill thing
First of all,I am talking about Tournament/ELO in LoL which means that its not so random based,especially when you pick champs. You pick first,you have a chance to either pick an op champ or you might even stay open and have a natural counter of your champ,on your lane. So unless we talk for completely random games,its not that much about luck
I am gonna say that I have to agree with you guys,basically since you are more experienced than me and I want to respect your scores. But still,I don't know if it's the way that the discussions go in these forums or something else,there is a shroud of mystery in deck building and how some games are won. Want my suggestion? Maybe someone could stream for 1-2 hours this Monday,explain a little bit about how he will build his deck with the bans,and then play for some time,discussing his choices in the various games. That will probably help a lot to clear many questions less experienced players like me have(how do the proz think,what do I do when I draw a shitty hand and how can I turn a game around)
They do the streaming think like everywhere,it would be a good idea to revive(cause I have seen some old videos on youtube) it again