In League of legends, some time you win the lane but lose in combat. So I will tell you 5 reasons why you win the lane but lose in the combat League of Legends
5 reasons why you win the lane but lose in the combat League of Legends
5 reasons why you win the lane but lose in the combat League of Legends

This must be the case that many of you guys have experienced, we have an advantage lane phase, going to the top to farm, taking the opponent mid spells, and rob the forest … but when starting the fight 4v4 or 5v5, You feel you are not as powerful as the lane phase which makes you so confused.

Where’s the problem? Today we will discuss

  1. You build your champion just too against the opponent in the lane phase
5 reasons why you win the lane but lose in the combat League of Legends
5 reasons why you win the lane but lose in the combat League of Legends

It means the equipment that you had built during the lane phase was only for the only purpose of making it impossible for the opponent to breathe.

However, those equipment have no effect on the rest of the enemy team. Take a simple example, you choose a top tank champion and met Teemo a champion that being hate a lot in League of Legends.

And you decided to build your champion to full resistance magic so that teemo can not hurt you anymore, and every time you meet teemo you beat this champ ass up. And you know the story, when the remaining 4 guys in the opponent team are all physical damage how can we against them in the combat.

2. You do not choose the right angle to enter the fight

5 reasons why you win the lane but lose in the combat League of Legends
5 reasons why you win the lane but lose in the combat League of Legends

You just had a wonderful lane phase, so extremely “get high”, just go on the combat and do not choose the right angle wisely, or you have never thought about choosing a corner when in and out of combat, while it is extremely important.

The lane phase only brings a small advantage of money as well as a buff before the team fight takes place, choosing a corner to be able to approach the fight in the most favorable way will help you concretize those advantages.

3. Usually comes late in combat

5 reasons why you win the lane but lose in the combat League of Legends
5 reasons why you win the lane but lose in the combat League of Legends

You guys push the lane well, that doesn’t mean that the enemy always shows his face to his face there for you to bully them. In some cases, your opponent who loses his lane can still take the initiative to abandon the tower to accompany his teammates to create the advantages.

When you are damaging the opponent tower, at the far side of the map there was a 4v5 team fight and when you realize that and decide to help your teammates, They’ve already gone so far…. Just fail combat and all of the advantages you get from the lane phase is just junk.

4. Your team has champions does not fit together

5 reasons why you win the lane but lose in the combat League of Legends
5 reasons why you win the lane but lose in the combat League of Legends

We often hear the term wombo combo comes from the generals with the skills that combine well together to create a combo with great damage and long control time. If the opponent has such a combo wombo that the team does not, we will have the combat phase to go straight to the counting table. I know you guys only get used to playing a few champions, but you should choose it to suit your squad a bit.

5. The last and the most bitter: You’re the only one who wins lane!

5 reasons why you win the lane but lose in the combat League of Legends
5 reasons why you win the lane but lose in the combat League of Legends

It means that besides you guys, the other lanes all feed. If that really happened, it would be hard for you to want to fight well, if the opponent team is too strong, how can you win them while you just win one lane?

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