The first time I played League of Legends, I was hooked. Who wouldn’t be hooked? You get to be a hero. You get to lead an army. And most importantly, you get to manage resources so you can keep pushing forward working with your team to destroy the enemy. Sound awesome, right?
The problem is when you are just starting out League of Legends; there will be a lot of butt kicking. There will be a lot of crushing egos. Unfortunately, it would be your butt getting kicked and it would be your ego getting crushed. In fact, if you are a very slow learner, get used to it because in my case, it took me about 50 tries to get my first victory. Unfortunately, victories for people who don’t choose to leave League of Legends can be few and far between indeed. That is definitely my case because I have kids to take care of. I have a family to be responsible for. I have to put food on the table. In other words, I have to live.
If you’re still living with your parents in the basement and you have all the time of the world because you dropped out of college and League of Legends would be your personal kingdom. You would be able to hand out butt kicking all day, every day on a twenty-four hour, three hundred sixty five day basis. However, for the rest of us mortals, we need to get a competitive advantage if we want to play League of Legends from time to time. And this is where I discovered the link between what I do for a living and League of Legends. I know that sounds crazy because I’m not some sort of professional videogame player. Not by a long shot. What is think link?
I flip properties for a living. I would buy a property, let’s say, for half a million dollars and I would sell it for a millions dollars. The difference is my profit. Don’t get too excited because there’s a lot of development costs, a lot of fees to pay, a lot of contracts and subcontractors to pay. At the end of the day, I would be lucky to get a nice five figures from each flip. But since I try to do at least five flips a year, this is a fairly comfortable gig. I discovered that there’s quite a bit of similarities between buying unranked level 30 accounts – LOL Smurf accounts with what I do for a living.
When you’re looking to flip property, you need to look on how well developed it is. The more developed it is, the less work you have to put in to the property. It becomes cheaper for you to flip it. The flip side to this is that the more work put in, the more it costs. The same applies to unranked level 30 accounts.
These League of Legends accounts are advertised the same way. In fact, you would come across these advertisements using Google searches or when you’re visiting video gaming blogs and authority websites. Their ads seem to pop up all over the place but the problem is not you’re not dealing with some sort of commodity. If you go on a commodities market and you want to buy a ton of sugar, you can expect that a ton of sugar from one place is going to be the same as a ton of sugar from another place. You’re buying a commodity.
Not so with League of Legends accounts. The person who may be selling them may be an expert player. This person has completely unlocked the account. So when you play it, you whip ass. You just destroy everybody else. Unfortunately, if you bought the account from somebody who is just starting out, you may get a level 30 account but it’s not the best it could be. Why is it a problem? You’re going to be playing with level 30 players. If those players are battle-hardened or they live, breath and eat League of Legends, you know you’re going to get your ass kicked. It’s just a matter of time.
Do yourself a big favor. Understand these differences so you can make a better choice as far as your account purchases are concerned. Otherwise, you may be putting yourself in a rough spot. You might be creating more problems than you are resolving.