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How To Get Out Of Bronze? – Full Guide

When it comes to Bronze, not many players have good memories of this place. Especially the ones that have a very hard time exiting it. It’s a very toxic place, filled with trolls and people who don’t love to play the game but want to ruin the game for others. 

Most of the time you’ll meet people who are stuck here for a long amount of time, and it may be a bitter pill to swallow, but it’s usually their fault. 

Although Bronze is filled with players who have zero no none knowledge of how to play League, exiting it is an easy quest that you could do if you follow our guide. 

Therefore, stay with us until the end if you want to learn how to exit Bronze in no time! 

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Learn Your Role

This means that you will learn what your role means in the game. For example, mid laner doesn’t just mean that you’ll stay on mid for the whole game until the actions transfer on mid and there are 5v5 fights for the inhibitors. 

Mid laners are much stronger when they roam on other lanes, enabling their teammates to gain an advantage. 

Most of the mid or top laners will flame the other lanes for feeding or not being able to win the lane. 

This is a wrong tactic, and if you do this, you need to stop immediately. Instead, pay some visits to the struggling lanes and help your teammates gain some much-needed kills. 

It’s a win-win situation for all of the allies, and that will help you secure the win in an easier manner.

The same goes on with junglers, as farming around the jungle and ganking aren’t the only things that he does. 

Securing vision around dragon/baron and in rivers, gaining vision on enemy jungler, and sticking around for a potential play is also important. Also, apart from the support, the jungler is the one that is “obliged” to clean wards not just in the river, but in the lane bushes too.

Pay Attention To The Minimap

The minimap contains all the information that you need for both your allies and your enemies. 

It tells you where you have a vision, which lanes are pushing, and the buffs/monsters’ spawns too. With that being said, it’s a no-brainer for you when it comes to following the minimap as the main guide throughout the game.

Most of the time, players in Bronze don’t pay enough attention to a gank or dangerous play until it happens on the lane. But if you watch the minimap, you’ll be able to successfully run away from a gank or even set up a nice counter play with your teammates by pinging them. 

Pings aren’t made for “bothering” you or for fun, they have a meaningful purpose, and when you manage to learn how to properly use them, then it will be an amazing attribute to your gameplay.

Duo With Your Friend

This is a very important feature because, in Bronze, communication is really low. This is why you need a player that you’ll be in constant communication with throughout the game. 

The most successful pair is when the duo goes ADC/Support. However, if you play any role and your premade is jungler, then it helps a lot because the jungler has all the information regarding the whole map. 

Also, you can call him on your lane to help you at any time, so you’ll be able to prepare for a very successful play. 

This isn’t very applicable in higher divisions because most of the time they have more than enough knowledge regarding map awareness. 

But in divisions like Bronze, Iron, and Silver, having a premade that knows how to communicate with you and with the rest of the team is truly a blessing. 

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Review Your Videos and Watch Twitch 

Most of the time, players think that they are “too good” for Bronze and it’s other people’s fault that they fail to exit this division. 

However, it isn’t that easy and if you are able to watch a video out of your gameplay, you’d notice how many mistakes you’ve made in the last game. 

Not just that, you’ll be able to compare your gameplays one by one, and that way you’ll know which aspects of your gameplay need some improvement.

Also, it’s a very good booster for your gameplay if you manage to watch streamers on Twitch. This would affect you very nicely, especially if you watch streamers that play the same role or champions as you do. 

That way, you’ll be able to learn directly from one of the bests in the game, and this would influence your climbing process a lot! 

Champions That Would Help You In Climbing Out of Bronze

Lower divisions, such as Iron, Bronze, Silver, and Gold tend to be easier to climb if you manage to play the same pool of champions. 

Yes, it might be boring playing the same 2-3 champions for a longer amount of time, but that is essentially the best way for you to get out of this ELO. 

Also, these divisions tend to be easier to climb if you play roles that are easier to carry the game, which are Top, Mid, and ADC. This is why we’ve written a guide about one champion on each lane that should help you exit Bronze in no time!

1. Tryndamere

Tryndamere has become so powerful that his picking rate has arisen in the higher divisions of the game, such as Diamond and Platinum. 

This has happened because he has become an absolute beast on the top lane, almost impossible to kill. For lower divisions, it shouldn’t be hard for you to learn his gameplay, as it’s very unique and it depends on auto-attacks mostly. 

His abilities provide him with healing, decreasing attack speed or movement speed with his W, spinning ability that lets you dash through walls, and an Ultimate that makes him unable to die!

All you have to do is pay attention to the rage, as it increases the amount of heal from your Q. Apart from that, the rage increases the percentage of critical hit damage, which only complements your role as a top laner. 

You’d want to go Precision, Lethal Tempo, Triumph, Legend: Alacrity, and Last Stand as your first tree choice. For the second tree, Trynda is good with Resolve, Second Wind, and Unflinching. 

For the itemization, you’d want to build Berserker’s Greaves, Galeforce, Infinity Edge, Phantom Dancer, Navori Quickblades, and Serylda’s Grudge.

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2. Syndra

Syndra is a mage that isn’t hard to learn, but you’d want to play her on Normal game mode first if you want to learn how to properly stun and slow with her. This is because most of her gameplay depends on these two abilities, apart from the AoE damage from her Q and her burst damage from her Ultimate. 

Syndra is a champion that can zone out players pretty well and can farm with ease due to her abilities. This would help you gain an advantage over your mid laner in no time, especially when you master the stun through her E and slow through her W. 

That way, one-shotting the enemy ADC or other squishy players would be a breeze for you!

There are multiple choices for Syndra when it comes to her runes, but Domination Keystone seems to suit her gameplay the most. You should go Electrocute, Taste of Blood, Eyeball Collection, and Ultimate Hunter for her first tree. 

As for the second tree, you’d want to go Sorcery, Manaflow Band, and Transcendence. For the itemization, Syndra relies heavily on AP, which is why you’d want to build: Luden’s Echo, Sorcerer’s Shoes, Shadowflame, Zhonya’s Hourglass, Rabadon’s Deathcap, and Void Staff.

3. Ezreal

Ezreal is very similar to Syndra when it comes to dealing damage from abilities and poke-potential. This is why his role as ADC is often undermined due to the more dominant ADCs, but managing to land your Q constantly on your enemies will gain you a huge advantage on bot lane. 

Apart from that, tagging your enemies with W amplifies the damage Ezreal does on his next auto-attack or Q, and with his E, you could either run away or run towards an enemy. 

His Ultimate is global, so you can influence on plays on every part of the map if you see the need to do so.

He is also a very agile ADC, and learning how to hit your Q properly will make your gameplay much easier. His build regarding Keystones and Runes should be Precision, Press the Attack, Presence of Mind, Legend: Bloodline, and Coup de Grace for his first tree. 

As for the second tree, you’d want to go Inspiration, Magical Footwear, and Biscuit Delivery. For the itemization, Ezreal would be nice with Ionian Boots of Lucidity, Manamune, Trinity Force, Serylda’s Grudge, Frozen Heart, and Maw of Malmortius. 

Conclusion

These tips and tricks should help you in climbing Bronze in no time. Remember, most of the time the mistake can be found in you and there is no need to look somewhere else. 

Therefore, if you try to improve your gameplay, the chances of you winning the next games would enlarge by a large margin compared to the previous ones. This is why we hope that our guide has helped you in understanding how champions work, which tactics should you apply and how to get out of Bronze by successfully doing so! 

Until our next guide, stay safe and keep reading our content. It really helps us grow as a website and we’re able to deliver more and more quality content! 

Tony Fallon
Tony Fallon
I started playing League of Legends in Season 2, and I've been playing it ever since then! My highest rank was Grandmaster (Season 10), and last Season I've managed to get to Master. I've decided to create this blog to help other fellow League players with tips on how to get better at different aspects of the game! My mission is to help you improve in League of Legends, and I truly believe that I can do that since I have high knowledge of the game.

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