History Videogame / LeagueOfLegends

22nd Apr '17 2:40:28 AM ArcaneAzmadi
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* FemaleMonsterSurprise: Aside from Rek'Sai (the most bestial of the Void monster champions and the only female one), according to Riot, the [[http://leagueoflegends.wikia.com/wiki/Rift_Herald Rift Herald]] is actually female as well.
13th Apr '17 5:13:25 PM nombretomado
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** Part of the reason for this is actually because the game, like ''SinsOfASolarEmpire'', was designed to have low system requirements, so it was able to be played on most computers available on the market.

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** Part of the reason for this is actually because the game, like ''SinsOfASolarEmpire'', ''VideoGame/SinsOfASolarEmpire'', was designed to have low system requirements, so it was able to be played on most computers available on the market.
12th Apr '17 5:00:11 PM Redkun
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The backstory focuses on the magical world of Runeterra, and it's Supercontinent known as Valoran. In Valoran, many different factions, nations, and cities quarrel with one another, with the playable champions acting as our eyes and ears into the world. The world is huge, and the scale isn't downplayed. Many champions have never, and will never, interact with one another outside of the non-canon gameplay. Through them, we bear witness to wars, friendships, and tragedies that vary from a personal level between two people, to a cosmic scope that effects the entire world. The lore is communicated primarily through short stories, small comics, and a number of animations, as well as implied through champion dialogue in game.

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The backstory focuses on FramingDevice originally revolved around the titular "League of Legends", a magical battle arena used to settle disputes between the competing factions living in the magical fantasy world of Runeterra, and it's Supercontinent known as Valoran. In Valoran, many different factions, nations, and cities quarrel with one another, with the playable champions acting as our eyes and ears into the world. The world is huge, and the scale isn't downplayed. Many champions have never, and will never, interact with one another outside of the non-canon gameplay. Through them, we bear witness to wars, friendships, and tragedies that vary from a personal level between two people, to a cosmic scope that effects the entire world. Runeterra. The lore has [[GrowingTheBeard developed in a massive way since then]], employing a ContinuityReboot that writes out the League entirely in favour of focusing upon the living tales of individual characters and entire nations that populate Runeterra. The ongoing lore is now primarily communicated primarily through short [[http://universe.leagueoflegends.com Universe]], an extensive encyclopedia website; as well as written stories, small artwork, comics, and a number of animations, as well as implied through champion dialogue in game.
and special character interactions.
8th Apr '17 8:47:18 PM number9robotic
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** Season 7 introduced the Vastaya as a distinct taxonomy alongside Xayah and Rakan, essentially bipedal, chimeric [[HalfHumanHybrid half-human/half animals.]] As such, several already-existing champions were retroactively made Vastayans, including [[LittleBitBeastly Ahri,]] [[PettingZooPeople Wuk]][[MonkeyKingLite ong]] and [[OurMermaidsAreDifferent Nami.]]

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** At the same time Xayah and Rakan were released, Season 7 introduced the Vastaya as a distinct taxonomy alongside Xayah and Rakan, taxonomy, essentially bipedal, chimeric [[HalfHumanHybrid half-human/half animals.]] As such, several already-existing champions that fit the bill were retroactively made Vastayans, including [[LittleBitBeastly Ahri,]] [[PettingZooPeople Wuk]][[MonkeyKingLite ong]] and [[OurMermaidsAreDifferent Nami.]]Nami,]] and other champions such as [[CreepyCrows Swain]] and [[NatureHero Udyr]] were given Vastayan blood.
8th Apr '17 6:12:29 PM number9robotic
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** Season 7 introduced the Vastaya as a distinct taxonomy alongside Xayah and Rakan, essentially bipedal, chimeric [[HalfHumanHybrid half-human/half animals.]] As such, several already-existing champions were retroactively made Vastayans, including [[LittleBitBeastly Ahri,]] [[PettingZooPeople Wuk]][[MonkeyKingLite ong]] and [[OurMermaidsAreDifferent Nami.]]
7th Mar '17 11:10:50 PM ChrisX
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** Likewise, the ShipTease between Ezreal and Lux have been severely downplayed. However, one popular pairing seems to stay at the moment: Garen-Katarina, as newer champions like Tahm Kench or Jhin have quips against them referring that they are paired together.

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** Likewise, the The ShipTease between Ezreal and Lux have been severely downplayed. However, one popular pairing seems downplayed and eventually completely sank by Lux herself when she got a VO update; she asks if they were supposed to stay at the moment: be dating when they canonically ''never even talked''.
** Averted with
Garen-Katarina, as newer champions like Tahm Kench or Jhin have quips against them referring that they are paired together.together, it's still going strong even when ships were sank here and there.
6th Mar '17 2:07:22 PM Sedirex
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* AerithAndBob: There are champions with names like "Annie", "Vladimir", and "Diana", as well as ones with more obscure names like "Rek'sai", "Teemo", and "Thresh".

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* AerithAndBob: There are champions with names like "Annie", "Vladimir", and "Diana", as well as ones with more obscure exotic names like "Rek'sai", "Teemo", and "Thresh".
10th Feb '17 7:04:38 PM ArcaneAzmadi
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* NotTheIntendedUse: Very prolific. You can search up each individual notable entry on their [[Characters/LeagueOfLegends respective character sheets.]] A common ones tend to be ratio abuses (depending on the champion and their kit) or on-hit abuses (building auto-attack-enhancing items on any champion that has any sort of ability that can apply such effects).

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* NotTheIntendedUse: Very prolific. You can search up each individual notable entry on their [[Characters/LeagueOfLegends respective character sheets.]] A common ones tend to be ratio abuses (depending on the champion and their kit) or on-hit abuses (building auto-attack-enhancing items on any champion that has any sort of ability that can apply such effects).effects), but the ''most'' common simply occurs when a champion is played in a totally different position from where Riot intended them to be (most commonly the jungle or the support role, but it has also gone the other way with intended junglers or support champions finding places in solo lanes).
10th Feb '17 6:59:54 PM ArcaneAzmadi
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*** Another example is the "Flame Horizon", named after the Korean player Flame, which happens when a player surpasses their opponent's farm score by 100 CS (an absolutely ''crushing'' amount). While it's technically a noun rather than a verb, people still use it ungrammatically as a verb when they say a player has "Flame Horizoned" their opponent.
10th Feb '17 1:22:16 PM Crewx
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* '''Hunt of the Blood Moon''': A deathmatch gamemode where only very aggressive and squishy champions, mostly Assassins, are playable. The first team to reach 350 points wins, and points are gained by killing enemy champions, hunting enemy spirits in their jungle, or killing the Demon Heralds that spawn in the Baron and Dragon pits. If one champion gets three kills in a row withouot dying or returning to base, they gain Demon Brand, which turns them invisible and causes their next attack to deal true damage. It's a huge deathmatch where everyone is a glass cannon.
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