After my math exam today, I continued life in the wonderful world of Level 29 (I do, of course, speak on the subject of League of Legends). I’ve been playing with a fantastic team – get ready for some formalized usernames.
“The Dream Team” (named by me and probably not actually anyone’s idea of an actual dream team)
- VirtuosoReyson, “The Virtuoso,” our resident ranked player. He or she (I never asked, actually) is pretty awesome. I’ve seen the Virtuoso play every role (except possibly support, now that I think about it) without fail. I don’t know where (s)he is in ranked, but I suspect (s)he’s played a lot of normal games – it’s what (s)he has the most wins in. The Virtuoso has great morale and great spirit, so our team is always in a good mood.
- SpawnOfHades666, “Hades,” friend of the Virtuoso. He or she is new to the game (level 7 or so) and only ever really plays Master Yi or Kayle. Hades is not a great player, but helps us play lower-level summoners (which gives us an advantage, hehe) and is getting pretty good at turret hugging – an admirable quality in a lower-level player. Always in a good mood, Hades is a welcome member of the team.
- Vorenthal, “Vore,” is the stranger, middle-level (21) player of the team. Vore usually plays ADC or support, and is sometimes irritable but usually mild-mannered. Vore is quite a solid player in general, and I’ve duo’d with him/her outside of The Dream Team. I like covering bot with him/her when Fred’s not around.
- FredDreamer, “Fred,” is the fellow admin you all know and love. At level 20, he plays a pretty mean Jinx – and every once in a blue moon returns to his old main, Sivir. I’ve seen him play jungle a few times, and occasionally mid – I think I saw him play Katarina once! Fred is an awesome summoner to play with, mainly because – like me – he obeys the Galaxy Quest mentality – never give up! Never surrender! Seriously, we never surrender.
- And then there’s me, Flynnthraw! You all know me – the usually hapless support, occasional tanky Morgana mid, and rarely even a hit-or-miss ADC.
Yeah, that’s The Dream Team. To be honest, the Virtuoso usually carries, and the rest of us do our best to win our lanes. And, most of the time, it works – and it’s always a happy family. Go Dream Team!
As always, thanks for reading!