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kuckitime posted a topic in ArchivesSo, ever since I started playing League, I felt very comfortable with the adc role because I was already used to attack-move or even targeted kiting during your attack pauses(also known as stutter step). This little technique is needed in many RTS games that involve ranged units, like Warcraft or Starcraft as well as in pretty much every MOBA. What I'm wondering about is: do you think that you can improve your kiting skills in LoL by playing other games better if they have the same mechanic? Might it be easier to learn how to consistently stutter step perfectly by practising in games like Starcraft or Warcaft? Or the other way around, will LoL help you to orientate better in fast paced RTS games because you can focus more on other things than micro, or is it just too much difference? I'm interested in what others think about that, since I'm always playing a lot of RTS games and the only champions I don't suck with after taking a break from LoL, seem to be ranged/adc champs. v_v"