I know this piece of advice is probably going to sound strange to a lot of people. After all, if you’re going to be enjoying all the distinct charms and attractions of Europe, why in the world would you bring along a mobile device plugged into some sort of video game? It’s like going on a cruise and all you do on the cruise is to play video games. It doesn’t make a lot of sense to a lot of people.
To a certain degree, I would agree with them. But the problem is, if you are going to Europe and you really want to experience it first hand, the best way to do so is to backpack and take the train. This is the best way to really experience Europe.
And the great thing about this approach is that the transport infrastructure of this part of the world is so developed that you can do this without a hitch. You don’t have to worry about your personal safety, you don’t have to worry about getting robbed, you don’t have to worry about catching some sort of disease, you don’t have to worry about the weather changing on you and you ending up getting drenched or getting snowed on.
In fact, when I went to Italy, me and my friends were able to see the whole country just by using the train. And we were carrying around these backpacks and we looked like everybody else because everybody else were doing the same thing. It was really amazing.
Now, here comes the downside. You probably should have seen this coming a mile away. As you probably already know, like with anything else in life, there is always an upside and a downside.
The downside to seeing Europe on foot and through trains is the fact that you’re going to be in transit for large chunks of time. It’s not like you get on a train and all of a sudden you are at your destination. It doesn’t work that way. There are at least a few hours involved if you are going from one part of Italy to another area.
What are you going to do in the downtime? Well, I’m telling you, looking out the window and enjoying the scenery gets old really quickly because 50% of the things you will see would be postcard quality scenery, the other 50% is stuff that you see back home. There’s nothing to write home about regarding that type of scenery.
So what are you going to do, at least for half of your transit time? This is where League of Legends come in.
Europe is so connected to the internet that the wireless infrastructure ensures that you would be able to play League of Legends smoothly and without any hassles while you are traveling on a train. This is why, if you are serious about having more fun on your Europe trip, buy LoL accounts. Seriously. Nothing comes close.
Now, why buy LoL accounts instead of just creating your own account and starting from Level 1? Well, I’m telling you, if you start from Level 1, it’s not going to be much fun. There, I said it.
I know I’m not supposed to say it, I know that that is not exactly a popular opinion, but it’s also the truth. You see, there’s nothing fun about getting your butt handed to you all day, every day. And that’s precisely what would happen if you start at Level 1.
If you’re a complete and total newbie and you start at Level 1, chances are, the people you’re playing with know the game better than you and they will crush you again and again. It doesn’t matter how many times you cry, it doesn’t matter how many times you get frustrated, they don’t care. They will still hand you your beating all day, every day.
Well, when you buy LoL accounts that are heavily powered, you get a strategic advantage. Now, I’m not saying that you should do this as some sort of cheating, okay? You’re doing this so you can have the resources and abilities you need while you level up your skill. This way, when you’re out there traveling all through Europe, you’re having a good time. You’re not getting your butt kicked in League of Legends every single time.