I find that just taking full responsibility for my lane works best for me. Just keep it simple:
- No side lane rotations.
- Only farm the jungle on the way back to the turret.
- Don’t over extend the turret.
- Hit the shop when your jungler / roam rotates to lane.
- Don’t worry about the other lanes.
Last game I just ignored everything else and focused on my lane. I was 1v2 most of the against an over aggressive Rona and Skarf on the mid lane, which was fine with me because I’m confident with my laning ability. I just focused on CS and not dying and was able to get kills and out farm them because they were so focused on killing me that they wrecklessly dove all game, which resulted in me getting ten kills in the first 10 minutes.
With minimal help, I managed to push the mid lane all the way back to the crystal, before the black wing capture.
I saw opportunities to rotate to assist the sidelines, both to capture and defend, but decided to just focus on my lane and position, and let everyone else focus on theirs.
What I realized is that there isn’t really time to rotate to other lanes. Minion waves build too fast and someone needs to be there to kill them, despite that scaled fast and was completely dominate on my lane. So I really just focused on wave clear and farming out the enemy jungle, when moving back to the protection of my turret, instead of rotating to the side lanes. I did make attempts to take the deep turrets when my cool downs were up, though, which was successful in the end.
Given are junglers for this particular game rotated well to help pick up the slack on the side lanes.
However, yeah, I going to just focus on my lane and not stress out about if other people are playing their position or not.