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Tyler1 roasts Nightblue3 over League of Legends losing streak

Published: 8/Feb/2020 15:15

by Daniel Cleary


Popular Twitch star Tyler ‘Tyler1’ Steinkamp hilariously roasted fellow content creator Nightblue3 over League of Legends rank, after catching up to him with an alternate account.

During his latest broadcasts, Tyler1 has been focused on racing to the challenger rank while only playing as a jungler, following claims that the role was too underpowered.

Despite significant nerfs to the experience gained from jungle camps, Tyler1 was determined to prove it was still one of the most influential roles in the game.

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Tyler1 is quickly climbing the ranks after taking on a new role as a jungler in League of Legends.

The streamer initially got off to a rough start and had some struggles escaping the gold division, although since then he has been quickly climbing up the ranks in his new role – even catching up to the popular jungle main Nightblue3.

Nightblue3 has built a massive following of over 2.7 million subscribers on YouTube and 2.6 million followers on Twitch. He is well known for uploading tutorials and tricks for other jungle players to follow.

However, after the popular YouTube star went on an unfortunate losing streak, Tyler1 did not hold back from rubbing in the fact that he had now caught up to him on the North American ladder. Both of them now rank in the lower half of the Diamond division.

“Oh no no no! You’ve been playing this role for how long?” Tyler1 asked, before bringing up the both of their ranks side-by-side and pointing out Nightblue’s streak, “Aye dogsh*t, Nightblue, go to bed dude.”

“Go to bed, you’re going to end the day in f**king silver” he joked, before continuing the onslaught after realizing the star had been tweeting about his losing streak.

“He just tweeted this like five f**king seconds ago! “’League of Legends is 100% luck-based,’ these f**king jungle mains!” he laughed, throwing his hands up in the air in disbelief.

Many viewers had their doubts about Tyler1’s ability to climb the ranks outside of his usual role as ADC. However, he seems to be proving them wrong and is nearing the end of his “unranked to challenger” series, although he is now faced with his most difficult challenge yet, to make it out of Diamond division.

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TFT Patch 10.21b notes: Divine & Shiv nerfs, Akali changes, more

Published: 21/Oct/2020 1:28 Updated: 21/Oct/2020 1:29

by Andrew Amos


TFT Patch 10.21b is here, and you can finally stop forcing Warwick. Well, maybe… Divine and Statikk Shiv have taken a beating on the B-Patch, alongside other potent mechanics like Adept, Akali, and Locket of the Iron Solari.

If you played on the first half of TFT Patch 10.21, we hope you were lucky enough to highroll Warwick every game. Riot has added emergency changes to nerf the ultra-strong Divine-Warwick-Statikk Shiv combo on October 20 in TFT Patch 10.21b.

It comes after Divine was given an overhaul in the earlier update, giving the trait near-unstoppable power, even if it was temporary. Statikk Shiv also received huge damage buffs in TFT Patch 10.21.

Divine-Warwick-Shiv no more after Divine, Shiv nerfs

While Warwick as a champion wasn’t touched ⁠— Riot believes he’s not OP generally ⁠— the two components that made him the best champion in TFT were: Divine and Statikk Shiv.

Divine is losing 10% of its true damage conversion and damage reduction, down from 50% to 40%. This should make Divine units more vulnerable, while also making regular counters like Vanguard more effective.

Shiv, on the other hand, is losing one of its conditions for bonus damage: crowd control. Shiv will now only deal bonus damage to shielded targets, not shielded or CC’d ones. This means Warwick can’t chain bonus damage constantly off his fear unless he has a shield from Janna, Locket of the Iron Solari, or Keeper buff.

These changes should help curb the power of the Divine-Warwick-Shiv combo. It might not be dead ⁠— it’s still a powerful interaction ⁠— but it’s harder to pull off.

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Adept has been nerfed in TFT Patch 10.21b too.

Adept, Akali, Locket also nerfed in TFT Patch 10.21b

In case you were unsure, there were actually more things to TFT than just Divine, Warwick, and Statikk Shiv ⁠— not that you’d know after playing this latest patch. Adept, Akali, and Locket of the Iron Solari have also been overperforming in some capacity, and so they’re getting nerfed.

Adept is losing some of its attack speed slow at all levels, down 0.5 seconds at two and three units, and a whole second at four.

Akali is losing some of her carry potential at three-star with a decrease in her spell damage. Locket of the Iron Solari will now give a weaker shield from one to three-star too, down 75 early, and 100 late.

Between these and the Divine changes, the game should be in a much healthier state ahead of TFT Patch 10.22. You can find the full patch notes below.

TFT Patch 10.21b notes

  • Adept Attack Speed debuff Duration: 2.5/4/7 seconds ⇒ 2/3.5/6 seconds
  • Divine Damage Reduction: 50% ⇒ 40%
  • Divine True Damage: 50% ⇒ 40%
  • Akali Five-Point Strike Damage: 150/225/400 ⇒ 150/225/350
  • Locket of the Iron Solari Shield: 350/450/600/800 ⇒ 300/375/500/800
  • Statikk Shiv Bonus Damage: Crowd-controlled or Shielded ⇒ Shielded targets