Lee Sin has a high learning curve and a high skill cap. I played him for two days, really enjoyed him, but it took me a while to even be competitive with him. I can definitely improve on this champion in the future.
The video took an extraordinary amount of time to edit, and unfortunately I had to cut a lot of clips out in order to do the examples in the most visibly clear way.
I'd recommend Lee Sin for anyone who has the patience and desire to do well with him. He's not as powerful as he used to be, but he's very, very good at what he does. If you played a Prot Warrior in WoW during Cata, this is kind of like that in terms of mobility.
I plan on working on working on Gragas and Gangplank (whichever I can get done before Graves). As a heads up, one of the next ~3 weeks will be very light on movies because of a big event I have coming up. I'll try to get something up so you guys are aware.
Don't Feed is a video series that covers champions in greater detail than the Champion Spotlight. This series is descriptive, not prescriptive, meaning that I aim to provide you with solid information without telling you which items, runes, or masteries are best (as these frequently change). With this information, you can better play against these champions, and you may be interested in learning to play them. Even after nearly a thousand games, I am still learning new things about these champions by making these videos, and I'm sure the vast majority of LoL players can learn a lot from these.
My goal is to provide these videos for all champions in League of Legends.
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