How about making a bunch of videos as if you were teaching someone to play. If there was no tutorial mode and you were teaching a buddy by having him join your game as a coach so he could watch your viewpoint.
In my opinion it's easier to teach carry since their role is straightforward.
You know how you'd start with whatever role your player. You can reference the other roles but no details. Initial buying of items but no details on being 6-stacked.
Then go last hit for the laneing stage, explaining when you're being weary of ganks and why. Just a good 10 minute video.
Then one on transitioning, when to stop 100% farm.
Then one on lategame.
Then go through the process for each role. Short videos would be easier to produce and consume, would require a lot of installments which is good for you, and by focusing you don't have the problem of trying to explain everything before the creeps spawn.
Another nasty habit of mine is to want to talk about blogging. It's not a blogging blog for bloggers, written by a blogger. It's a hobby blog. Less yabber: more painting, I say.
Finally is the writerly instinct to write writerly. Sure, I love to write but I don't always like to read it. That guy can be a pretentious jerk, you know.
Of course, without style things are drying. Can't I at least be entertaining. For my reader's sake I resist.
So, what's the point of this? Well, if I'm going to keep my blog clear of this it's got to go somewhere, plus I want to post something here other than automated blog updates, right.
More coming, I do apologize.
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