I might need some league of legends boosting to see if LoL is exactly how my cousin described it to me
I had a conversation with my cousin once about comparing DotA (Defense of the Ancients) and LoL (League of Legends), and he told me that League of Legends is pretty much like Defense of the Ancients, but for noobs. To expand on this, he said that League of Legends was a lot easier. He also said that there are a lot more noobs and immature trash-talkers there as opposed to Defense of the Ancients. I have to get myself some league of legends boosting service, to actually see for myself if all of this is true. Among the two MOBA (multiplayer online battle arena) games mentioned, I’ve only ever played Defense of the Ancients. That said, I am still interested in trying out league of legends, it looks good to me and that’s all the motivation I need to play it.
There’s such a thing as league of legends boosting, but none in DotA
I also heard and read that in League of Legends, you get to keep your items and stats, or something like that. This intrigues me, as I’ve never played a MOBA like this before, so I really need to find myself a lol boosting service provider/seller as soon as I make an account in League of Legends. In Defense of the Ancients, your items, stats, and levels all reset back to basic at the start of every match. This means there’s no such thing as boosting, at least not beyond the confines of individual matches. Come to think of it, I wonder if in DotA 2, you get to keep all your items/stats/levels after every match. I have yet to find out, and if it turns out that you can, then I might try that game too.
Where to find league of legends boosting services
I’ll probably have to look around the internet to get my much needed league of legends boosting to get me started in the game. I’ve heard about this e-commerce player to player trading marketplace called PlayerAuctions, which is supposed to have sweet deals for gamers including cheap lol boost services for games like League of Legends. I’ll check that out as soon as I’ve saved up some cash.