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Aug072013

Low Elo Podcast EP. 82 - Master Yi Machine

This week on Low Elo: The League of Legends Podcast for the players Jeff thinks he is Dave! Also, the crew talks about jungle changes, learning new champions and the new and (overly?) improved Master Yi.

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This week's musical track is Daddies Boy Glitch by Sumgii.

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Reader Comments (5)

Me and my friends on lol basically learn new champions as we get them and we get them when we think they look fun.

August 10, 2013 | Unregistered CommenterThatGuy

That's a good time to do it. BTW - Master Yi is a lot of fun right now... we may not have communicated that in the show now that I think about it.

The real issue with Yi isn't that he's OP. It's that he feels OP. One is a failure in balancing. The other is a success in design.

August 10, 2013 | Registered CommenterJeff Wycoff (@EatGamer)

Thornmail dominates yi

August 12, 2013 | Unregistered CommenterSupport1

While Yi is "better" now, I do believe they could do without the 1:1 ratio on his Q and either lower or get rid of the 40% chance to crit. He's also naturally a little tankier. As someone who plays ADC most of the time, I'll have IE and LW and still not do as much damage to him as I do the tank on their team, kind of ridiculous. The true damage on his E is okay, I would personally lower it a tad, but not much. If they nerfed his Q, they wouldn't actually have to fiddle with the E too much.

August 13, 2013 | Unregistered CommenterMususaki

You joke about Yi having a 52% win rate, but if there's a Yi on both teams one of them has to lose.

August 22, 2013 | Unregistered CommenterMishnah

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