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If they can win in the finals, they will win the LCS.





If they’re not having success in lane, the AD Carry can move to bot and play carry, if they’re not having success there, they can move to mid. Thus, a better solution might be to swap roles. For your first attack, you will want to stack it up to 200% (if you missed it the first time) or even 300% (if you missed it twice).





They would rather not touch any part of the game than touch the team games.





A common mistake for many Pudge carries is to go the wrong item at the wrong time.





From here on out it will be a matter of picking fights as soon as possible. Secondly, he will be very likely to go to the midlane to grab a gank from the rest of TSM's roster. However, in the early game, it can be hard for the AD Carry to get the farm needed to be viable in the late game. If anything, Team Envy has had an exceptional regular season.





However, a true AD Carry, even if they have the right runes, might still find themselves lacking in the laning phase. Pudge has two major benefits: firstly, he will be looking to farm up two or three items at once if he feels confident. There is an obvious advantage to them addressing it.





A Support can lane with an AD Carry and allow the AD Carry to do his job.





In most games, we see the AD Carry as a strong initiation threat. If the AD Carry is weak and doesn’t get the kills he needs, he’s going to get pushed and have less farm. Now, why do they just sit there and not address team games.





If the AD Carry has good kills but no farm, he might struggle to last into the mid game.





The league of legends build of Legends Championship Series (LCS) is down to its final few teams as the league’s playoffs get underway. The bot lane, in its current iteration, can provide this farm by helping clear early pressure and allowing the AD Carry to focus on getting damage for late game.





And that's how they are just wasting time, time that they could have spent making their game better.





I think it's just laziness. However, if Pudge can catch an early lead and snowball it, he can easily end the game early. This will give him a significant boost in early game health and allow him to deal as much damage as possible.





With four teams left, each team can potentially claim the Summoner’s Cup as their prize for being the best team.



And with the world championships just around the corner, the final teams and what they will need to do in their quest to claim the Summoner’s Cup aren’t hard to figure out. Prediction: Team Envy to win 3-1



The most intriguing matchup will likely be the series between Team Immortals and Team Envy.





And when they say that they can't because they are too busy. As an addition to the great answer provided by @Blaziken, each team builds a champion to excel at his role.





He is a solid carry who is good in both the early and late game. His strengths are as follows:





It is very likely that he will win lane 1-1-1 or 1-2-1, but if his team is very weak, he may find himself losing lane early.





It's not because it would take much time, there is no way that you could work on the team games, they are already working on player battles, there is no time. Then, why don't they do anything with it. On the other hand, if played too early, he will find it difficult to gain any sort of lead.





His team will most likely be behind though, so he can't lose lane all that much.



Most of Pudge's carries will want to start on a Doran's Blade.





It is hard to make a strong decision when you can only see three items, and even harder to make the decision on items while watching multiple games at once.



If your carry is taking a damage item (like a Quicksilver Sash or an Armlet), your Pudge will want to make sure he buys those items first.





If they address it they will get support for it from the players, the players will be more willing to play team games and they will give the game more traction.



But, they don't want to do it. TSM's Top Lane has never quite had the spotlight it deserves.





Well, to be honest, it seems that they don't even want to take that step.





For an AD Carry that needs a lot of farm, it becomes problematic to play AD, as their primary job is to initiate team fights. If you buy those items first, it will make your carry stronger than the opponent's, and you'll be able to get that early lead from the start. He has a strong laning phase, especially in relation to many other junglers.





Doran's will be a huge part of the early game for Pudge, and therefore his carry's next item should be the next piece of the puzzle. There is no random element to what champions are picked, if there are enough to choose from. First, Pudge's early game is relatively straightforward. I mean, you can't argue with me that when they get the opportunity to do something that will make their game more popular they are just not going to do it.





Some teams will take a look at which role they'd like to focus on and build that champion, but there is no need to subscribe to a specific game channel and you do not need to watch any specific replay.



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