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Two teams of five players compete against each other with the aim of destroying the heart of the opposing base (the nexus). The two nexus are connected by three lanes (lanes in English), with each time three turrets to be destroyed to reach it (plus two turrets in front of the nexus). On each of these lanes, henchmen (or minions, creeps) are generated at regular intervals and automatically advance towards the opponent's base. In a game of win-loss, each team advances its henchmen to a turret to destroy it and advance to the next one.
The turrets inflict heavy damage on champions, but always go after the henchmen first. That's why it's always necessary to attack a turret with the henchmen. In each opposing base there are also three "inhibitors", one for each path. By destroying one of them, a team adds to each wave of henchmen on the corresponding track a "super henchman", more resistant.
The toplaner: as its name indicates, it occupies the top lane. "Toplaner is more isolated, more solitary," explains Hadrien "Duke" Forestier, coach of Splyce. You have to be able to face the storm one on one, one on two or even one on three. And you also have to be able to sacrifice yourself." He's the one furthest from the action at the start of the game, a role usually played by champions (the characters chosen by the players at the start of the game) who are very resilient.
The midlaner: this time, it is the mid lane, the shortest way to reach the opponent's base and therefore the most important. "The midlaner often has a more dominant personality, it's the main role and very big players are often midlaners," says Hadrien Forestier. He's a bit like the number ten. The most talented players, even if they're in other roles, come into the midlane."
ADC: This barbaric acronym stands for "Attack Damage Carry", often abbreviated to "AD Carry". The name doesn't refer to his bot lane, but to the fact that he's often the champion who inflicts the most damage at the end of the game. "I think the AD Carry may be more selfish, he should play more for himself," says Hadrien Forestier. While he is formidable at inflicting damage, he is also fragile. In fact, he is always accompanied on the botlane by another player, the support.
The support: antithesis and companion of the ADC, the support is generally not very dangerous but very resistant. They can protect the other champions of their team and hinder the opponents, in particular by immobilizing them. "You have to be at the service of the team, understand what your role is and what will enable you to make your team win," explains Hadrien Forestier. Where you have to be and when you have to be on the map. You have to be able to be without any ego while having a very big game reading, which is very rare."
The jungler: He's the free spirit of the League of Legends. The jungler gets his name from the jungle, the area between the different paths. Inside, different monsters that the jungler eliminates to gain experience. He then attacks the different paths by surprise, with the aim of creating a surplus to eliminate an opposing champion. "Jungler, you have to be very alert to the information you have, on the lookout," says Hadrien Forestier. And succeed in really projecting yourself into the future, into your next choices."
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