Nerf Cannot Stop Me, Syno Chou Post Nerf Gameplay [ Syno Chou ] SynoGxming – Mobile Legends



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  1. God, I miss the old generation Chou so much…
    He used to be the coolest hero in the game! And I was so attached to his character, his lines, his narrative, although I guess the credit for that goes to the real Bruce lee.

    Chou was the man who can dodge everything, every auto attack and every other skill in the game. (with his second skill if timed properly)
    His narrative was of this disciplined mortal man who worked hard to the point that he could dodge even lightning! (Eudora's ult)
    And now as he keeps getting nerfed it feels as if he's now growing older and losing his touch.
    It's like the old generation Chou was him at his prime, he was the master, and with every nerf its as if he's growing older and older and losing touch with his skills, losing practice, losing sight of himself.

    "Every body has to start somewhere." – Chou

    "Knowing is not enough! We must apply." – Chou

    "Not knowing one's self, now that is the worst." – Chou

    The new players probably can't feel it as much, but for the old generation Chou players, he's like this legendary, bad-ass hero that has received the most amount of nerfs in the game and yet look at him still knocking everyone off their feet, tower diving, kicking everyone's asses out of their team's protection and out of hiding under their home turf towers.

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