You know something is up with Yuumi when Riot Games itself sends out Christmas greeting letters with a clear message: “We want to thank you for another year for playing our titles, visiting our events, and not getting tired of asking that we remove Yuumi“.
And yes, one can meme or whatever you want, but seriously: something is wrong with Yuumi. And if you don’t ask both the community that casually plays LoL and the most competitive and even the insurgents balancers.
The reason? A champion that it has only caused problems after officially departing both for the design of the champion’s abilities (a support who hides and is immortal, and heals, beats and hits CC), as well as for the eternal swinging he has suffered since it can be played.
Yuumi has been buffada, veined and modified more than 10 times (i.e. 10 League of Legends patches), confirming that no, something is not right with the champion. Till the patch 13.1Bin which they actually loaded it.
There has been so much commotion with the veined that even a well-known member of the Riot Games swing, Riot Phroxzon, had to leave the house for the reasons for the veinedleaving a headline: they want to expel yuumi to new players.
“Yuumi is in the top 3 performing champions for new players and the top 20 overall,” says Phroxzon, affirming that it’s something they don’t like.
“People play LoL for many reasons, and having fun with friends is one of them. For those who are focused on competition, playing against tough champions is the best way to get better (…) But for those who just want fun have, 0 -10 with a champion like Sona because you got caught fend off It’s not fun,” he says.
And closed, by way of summary. “We want new players to have better ways to play with highly skilled friends, and we don’t want playing with Yuumi to be the only way to have fun be a new player.
For this, and to try to use it less in competition, Riot has “charged” Yuumi. And we are so strict because yes, the magic cat will become obsolete after the hard one nerfedas the LoL community moves according to what the pro on duty plays.
Source: Esports AS
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