Originally Posted by Stetto
The most important thing, that you've got to realize:
You're not the only one who has feeders in his team!
If you lost 6 games in a row because of feeders, you've got to remember,
that you already won or will win 6 games in a row because of feeders.
Elohell is just a myth caused by most players overestimating their skillfulness.
If you consistently win your lane and rarely feed, then be rightfully proud of it!
But in the meantime, you've got to realize, that you're having weaknesses elsewhere, otherwise you would be able to rise your ELO.
Maybe you need to work on your people skills and ability to lead your team, maybe you shouldn't insult someone who died twice during early game because it will only make him play worse, maybe you could gank struggling lanes more, maybe you could've helped your jungler stealing buffs, maybe your positioning in teamfights is flawed, etc.
The best advice for you is:
Stop flaming and blaming, keep a positive attitude and start to focus on solutions.
Often, when I'm playing top lane, I manage to get fed, but fail to carry my team, because I either didn't follow if my lane opponent starts to gank or just joined dragon fights too late.
Now, I sometimes take Teleport or whenever I'm ahead, I push my lane and start to counter-jungle or gank mid-lane and I've got a much easier time to carry whenever I'm at top lane.
I agree to the things you say, but Elo hell is no myth. Elo hell however is different from what people claim it to be.
Yes trolls are everywhere, feeders are everywhere so that is not Elo hell.
What Elo hell is, is the newcomers to the game, people who just reach level 30 and immediately go ranked.
They have a minor understanding of the game, don't know the importance of positioning, warding and how to last hit properly. They do their best, but they end up to be more a of a burden.
You won't get trolled everygame, but if you are in the 1100-1400 the chances of these newcomers are skyrocketing. Ofcourse that means your opponents have them too, but it's more luck with which of the newcomers performs the best.
Newcomers tend to get demotivated earlier then more experienced players, so when they do something wrong they go into a negative spiral, which will lose you the game.
When it's a newcomer in a solo lane you tend to lack influence to help them out.
As a Jungler you can't only camp one lane, giving the enemy Jungler free creeps in your Jungle, possibility to countergank/gank other lanes. As a laner you can't roam too early to help out or you will fall behind yourself.
Most outcomes of the matches in soloque get determined the first 5-10 minutes of the game.
Ofcourse not always fb = win, people can throw the game or make spectacular comebacks. But from personal experience around 75% of the game outcome is determined the first 5-10 minutes into the game.