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PBE 29/09 Contents:

  • Sion Login Screen
  • Warmonger Sion Update
  • Champion Changes

 

[ Reminder ] The PBE is a testing ground for changes. What you see here may not reflect what you see in Patch Notes. Remember that developers want your feedback so if you disagree with a change, you can always submit your thoughts on the PBE Community Forums.

 

Previous PBE Updates for Patch 4.18 Cycle:

 

 

Sion Login Screen

 

 

 

Warmonger Sion Update

 

Old

 

Sion Skin 3

 

New


Warmonger Sion Updated

 

 

Champion Changes 29 09

 

 

Akali Final Portrait

 

Twilight Shroud New IconTwilight Shroud [ W ]

  • Movement speed burst decreased from 60/70/80/90/100% to 20/40/60/80/100%

 

[ Note ] Akali’s Twilight Shroud was recently changed on the PBE to grant Movement Speed inside the shroud instead of Armor and Magic Resist. Link to changelist.

 

 


Kha'Zix Final Portrait

 

Void Spike New IconVoid Spike [ W ]

  • Base Damage decreased from 75/115/155/195/235 to 80/110/140/170/200

 

 


Yasuo Final Portrait

  • Base Health decreased from 430 to 380
  • Base Movement Speed decreased from 350 to 340

 

 

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Feeling hesitant playing Azir? Rioters have put together a lengthy guide detailing his strengths and playstyle.



This week, Azir ascends to the free champion rotation! Sift through this collection of knowledge from players, pros, and the community to claim your place on the ancient throne:

IBeMatey: theorycrafts tons of options and items to fit multiple playstyles

Xervos: dives deep into lane matchups and counters

Demonata: touches on every ability and item choice in depth, as well as lane opponents, team synergy, and strategies for every phase of the game

Summoner School: a community-run subreddit overflowing with Azir discussions, tips, tricks, and builds

For up-to-date info on how the pros are building Azir, head over here.


Tips from Riot Velocity

Looking for an inside edge? Check out some tips and insight from Riot Velocity and Squad5, two of the dudes involved in balancing Azir’s kit.


So what's up with Azir

Squad5: Azir excels at zoning his enemies and dictating the pace of team fights. He’s great at protecting carries with his zone control and allowing them to deal their sustained damage. And he’s definitely one of the most, if not the most, complex and challenging champs in the game.

Riot Velocity: Yeah, your first few Azir games will just be you trying to figure out how to use him. He’s got a significant learning curve—he’s as difficult as Zed or Yasuo while being most similar to Orianna in terms of play style. But once you’ve got him down, he’s extremely rewarding.

What matters most with Azir is keeping track of how many soldiers you have on the field, where they’re positioned, and how many soldiers you have in reserve. Sometimes it’s best to be thoughtful and let the plays develop. Wait for the right opportunity and coordinate with your team.


What summoner spells do you recommend

Squad5: Right now, Heal is popular for midlaners, but I think Ignite is actually a much better option in Azir’s case. Getting that extra damage early is really important for Azir, and his range and kit mean he doesn’t need defensive spells as much. Teleport is another way to go because Azir has a lot of pushing and tower-killing power.

Riot Velocity: I tend to agree with Squad5, but I think Exhaust can have its place on Azir as well. If you use all your abilities and the enemy just runs past your soldiers and jumps on you, Exhaust is a great way to survive until your spells come off cooldown.


How do you build Azir

Squad5: I think there are three main ways to build Azir (though they can of course blend into each other):

1. Bursty glass cannon – Risky but oh-so-satisfying, you’re looking for maximum damage from ability usage + the first soldier autoattack.

2. Full CDR sustained damage – More CDR equals more AS thanks to Azir’s passive, so you’ll lay down maximum long-term hurt with more frequent escapes and utility to boot.

3. Tanky mage – An early Seeker’s Armguard into a later Rod of Ages or Rylai’s means less up-front damage, but also lets you stick around longer and exert the full-range of your zone control power and sustained damage.

Personally, I opt for number two by rushing Fiendish Codex and Lucidity Boots, because getting free AS from his passive is essentially just free gold. Once I get to 40% CDR, I go straight AP. If you’re really confident, you can make a special Rune/Mastery page with 10% CDR. It’ll make you a ridiculous lane bully.

If you aren’t convinced that you should build CDR, remember that even though it isn’t raw AP, CDR increases Azir’s potential damage output significantly. CDR means more soldiers out at once as well as better soldier attack speed due to your passive. And more soldiers with more autos = tons of damage.

Riot Velocity: Personally, I opt for a blend of the first and third options, with the specifics depending on how my game is going—something like Rod of Ages into a Deathcap is common for me. A lot of people like to add Nashor’s to their arsenal, but I skip it. It doesn’t really suit my “Q-plus-soldier-auto-for-half-your-health” playstyle.

I definitely don’t ignore CDR, picking up the 5% CDR from Masteries to get a smooth 20% when paired with Ionian Boots. After that, I’ll assess whether I want more CDR or not. Morellonomicon is a great purchase on Azir with his soldiers being able to proc the item’s passive. If CDR isn’t the appropriate choice at the moment, I go for a Void Staff. I always make sure to cap my build off with a defensive item. In most cases, I pick up a Guardian Angel.


What's your skill order

Riot Velocity: You pretty much always want to max Q. Most of your damage in lane will come from Q and autoattacks.

Squad5: I’m with you there. It’s tempting, but don’t max W first. Your soldiers’ stab damage depends on Azir’s level, not on W’s level. Q is important because you rank up Q’s base damage and reduce its cooldown, so you can move your soldiers around a lot more. RQWE is the most effective path, from what I’ve seen.


Any laning tips

Riot Velocity: Place your soldiers in between the ranged and melee minion wave to zone the enemy and farm safely. This lets you farm the front and back line with the same soldier as well as push your opposing laner off the minion wave. Soldiers’ autos are like Lucian’s Q—they can deal damage beyond the circle of their attack range. If your lane opponent hides behind his or her minions, stab the minions for free damage!

Squad5: You’re going to want to flood the lane with lots of soldiers, but resist putting down a solider every single time your W comes off cooldown (especially if you’re losing lane). You never know when you’ll need to raise one and E to him defensively to escape a gank.


Any tips or advanced strats

Riot Velocity: Players new to Azir will often just put down a soldier and E to it to offensively gap close. But instead you should WQE! This lets you deal free damage while you gap close. But don’t get too bloodthirsty—you don’t always have to go for a knockup on your E. Sometimes, you should just use E to get into a better position.

Also, always be on the lookout for opportunities to push—an unattended Azir can absolutely wreck towers, so make sure to take advantage of that power whenever possible.

Squad5: Not many people know this, but soldiers work like wards when you place them over terrain. If you can get a soldier more than half way over a wall, you can get him all the way over! And here’s another fun trick: if the enemy’s hunting you down, drop a soldier and start walking in a different direction. If they follow you, use your E like Lissandra’s E and hop to your soldier.

Riot Velocity: In team fights, it’s tempting to use Azir’s ult offensively, but it’s often better to save it to protect your squishies from bruisers. His wall makes him a huge asset for chaotic jungle team fights, so don’t shy away from those.

Squad5: Don’t get me wrong, playing it safe is great, but I usually can’t resist going for the inSec with Azir’s ult. It’s easy enough to ult enemies back into your team by simply flanking them, but you can also pull it off from right in front of them for maximum swag. Drop a soldier and send it behind your enemies with Q, then E to it and quickly ult back the way you came.

When ulting, keep in mind that Azir’s soldiers actually spawn slightly behind him before rushing (and pushing) forward, which can give you that crucial extra bit of range for catching an enemy. If you picked up Flash, you can use it to extend your threat range to a truly ludicrous level, or hold it in reserve to escape once you’ve executed the play. Works 1,000% of the time, every time.



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The following Champions will be free until October 7th:

 


Free Champions:


Ashe Final Portrait

Azir Final Portrait

Cassiopeia Final Portrait

Cho'Gath Final Portrait

Kog'Maw Final Portrait

Leona Final Portrait

Nasus Final Portrait

Skarner Final Portrait

Thresh Final Portrait

Wukong Final Portrait

 

 

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Champion Skin Sale October 3 Banner

The following Champions and Skins will be 50% off until October 3rd:

 

 

Champions:

 

Morgana Final Portrait

Swain Final Portrait

Yasuo Final Portrait

 

 

Dragon Trainer Lulu – 675 RP

 

Lulu_DragonTrainerSkin


 

Pool Party Leona – 487 RP

 

Pool Party Leona Splash


 

Resistance Caitlyn – 260 RP

 

Caitlyn_ResistanceSkin



 
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You’ll find Champion Select statistics at the bottom of this post when the day is over, brought to you by Lukas Krings.

 

Stage 2 Day 4: All Games

 

Game : Kabum e-Sports vs Cloud 9

Game 2: LMQ vs Samsung Blue

Game 3: Kabum vs Alliance

Game 4: Fnatic vs Samsung Blue

Game 5: Cloud 9 vs Najin White Shield

Game 6: OMG vs LMQ

Tiebreaker: Najin White Shield vs Cloud 9

 

[ Analysts ] QuickshotKrepoCrumbzzMontePhreak

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Champion Select Stats

 

Champion Bans Picks Wins Losses Winrate Picks+Bans Pick+Banrate
Yasuo 7 9 7 2 78% 16 32%
Twitch 8 9 6 3 67% 17 34%
Kassadin 2 4 3 1 75% 6 12%
Ryze 20 19 10 9 53% 39 78%
Alistar 40 5 4 1 80% 45 90%
Janna 2 27 17 10 63% 29 58%
Maokai 26 15 9 6 60% 41 82%
Jarvan 1 10 3 7 30% 11 22%
Orianna 1 15 9 6 60% 16 32%
Lucian 6 26 12 14 46% 32 64%
Thresh 8 25 14 11 56% 33 66%
Rumble 5 14 9 5 64% 19 38%
Kha’Zix 7 32 16 16 50% 39 78%
Zilean 32 9 5 4 56% 41 82%
Tristana 4 23 10 13 43% 27 54%
Nami 2 20 9 11 45% 22 44%
Twisted Fate 4 4 1 3 25% 8 16%
Zed 14 11 7 4 64% 25 50%
Lee Sin 15 29 17 12 59% 44 88%
Syndra 10 8 3 5 38% 18 36%
Nidalee 14 5 1 4 20% 19 38%
Fizz 6 10 3 7 30% 16 32%
Jinx 3 7 2 5 29% 10 20%
Blitzcrank 0 3 0 3 0% 3 6%
Rengar 6 6 5 1 83% 12 24%
Kog’Maw 1 13 6 7 46% 14 28%
Nunu 0 1 0 1 0% 1 2%
Xerath 0 6 2 4 33% 6 12%
Talon 0 5 2 3 40% 5 10%
Vayne 0 3 3 0 100% 3 6%
Lulu 1 10 3 7 30% 11 22%
Kayle 2 10 4 6 40% 12 24%
Aatrox 6 0 0 0 #DIV/0! 6 12%
Dr Mundo 0 5 0 5 0% 5 10%
Sona 0 2 0 2 0% 2 4%
Caitlyn 0 2 1 1 50% 2 4%
Irelia 3 11 8 3 73% 14 28%
Elise 1 11 4 7 36% 12 24%
Corki 0 9 7 2 78% 9 18%
Jarvan IV 0 1 0 1 0% 1 2%
Ahri 1 9 3 6 33% 10 20%
Leona 0 3 1 2 33% 3 6%
Braum 0 5 2 3 40% 5 10%
Ezreal 0 2 0 2 0% 2 4%
Katarina 0 1 1 0 100% 1 2%
Pantheon 0 1 0 1 0% 1 6%
Jayce 0 2 0 2 0% 2 4%
Morgana 0 5 4 1 80% 5 10%
Graves 0 1 1 0 100% 1 2%
Vi 0 1 0 1 0% 1 2%
Swain 0 1 1 0 100% 1 2%
Ziggs 0 2 1 1 50% 2 4%
Gragas 1 0 0 0 #DIV/0! 1 2%
Evelynn 0 1 1 0 100% 1 2%
Riven 0 1 1 0 100% 1 2%
Rammus 0 1 1 0 100% 1 2%
Lissandra 0 1 1 0 100% 1 2%
57 champions played/banned in 50 games
Blue Side 33 17 66%
Red Side 17 33 34%

 

 

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If you have any questions, feel free to ask me at @NoL_Chefo or e-mail me at nolchefo@gmail.com.

 

You’ll find Champion Select statistics at the bottom of this post when the day is over, brought to you by Lucas Krings.

 

Stage 2 Day 3: All Games

 

Game : Fnatic vs OMG

Game 2: Alliance vs Cloud 9

Game 3: Kabum e-Sports vs Najin White Shield

Game 4: LMQ vs Fnatic

Game 5: OMG vs Samsung Blue

Game 6: Alliance vs Najin White Shield

[ Analysts ] QuickshotKrepoCrumbzzDoubleliftPhreak

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Champion Select Stats

 

Champion Bans Picks Wins Losses Winrate Picks+Bans Pick+Banrate
Yasuo 4 8 6 2 75% 12 32%
Twitch 6 5 4 1 80% 11 30%
Kassadin 2 2 1 1 50% 4 11%
Ryze 15 15 8 7 53% 30 81%
Alistar 29 4 3 1 75% 33 89%
Janna 1 20 12 8 60% 21 57%
Maokai 19 10 5 5 50% 29 78%
Jarvan 0 6 2 4 33% 6 16%
Orianna 1 12 7 5 58% 13 35%
Lucian 5 21 8 13 38% 26 70%
Thresh 3 19 12 7 63% 22 59%
Rumble 1 9 7 2 78% 10 27%
Kha’Zix 4 25 11 14 44% 29 78%
Zilean 23 6 4 2 67% 29 78%
Tristana 3 18 10 8 56% 21 57%
Nami 1 16 8 8 50% 17 46%
Twisted Fate 4 4 1 3 25% 8 22%
Zed 10 8 5 3 63% 18 49%
Lee Sin 9 23 15 8 65% 32 86%
Syndra 6 7 3 4 43% 13 35%
Nidalee 14 4 1 3 25% 18 49%
Fizz 6 7 3 4 43% 13 35%
Jinx 2 5 1 4 20% 7 19%
Blitzcrank 0 3 0 3 0% 3 8%
Rengar 6 5 4 1 80% 11 30%
Kog’Maw 0 10 5 5 50% 10 27%
Nunu 0 1 0 1 0% 1 3%
Xerath 0 4 1 3 25% 4 11%
Talon 0 3 1 2 33% 3 8%
Vayne 0 3 3 0 100% 3 8%
Lulu 1 8 2 6 25% 9 24%
Kayle 2 6 2 4 33% 8 22%
Aatrox 6 0 0 0 Not played 6 16%
Dr Mundo 0 5 0 5 0% 5 14%
Sona 0 2 0 2 0% 2 5%
Caitlyn 0 2 1 1 50% 2 5%
Irelia 1 8 7 1 88% 9 24%
Elise 1 6 2 4 33% 7 19%
Corki 0 4 3 1 75% 4 11%
Jarvan IV 0 1 0 1 0% 1 3%
Ahri 1 6 1 5 17% 7 19%
Leona 0 3 1 2 33% 3 8%
Braum 0 4 2 2 50% 4 11%
Ezreal 0 2 0 2 0% 2 5%
Katarina 0 1 1 0 100% 1 3%
Pantheon 0 1 0 1 0% 1 6%
Jayce 0 2 0 2 0% 2 5%
Morgana 0 2 2 0 100% 2 5%
Graves 0 1 1 0 100% 1 3%
Vi 0 1 0 1 0% 1 3%
Swain 0 1 1 0 100% 1 3%
Ziggs 0 2 1 1 50% 2 5%
Gragas 1 0 0 0 Not played 1 3%
Evelynn 0 1 1 0 100% 1 3%
Riven 0 1 1 0 100% 1 3%

 

Dev Blog: Champion Animations

September 27th, 2014

 

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A new dev blog is up, this time detailing how Yasuo’s ult and Braum were animated!

 

Hey guys – Rory “RiotLamz” Alderton here to take you through our champion animation process!

Whether we’re chatting with players on the forums or at events, champion creation always seems to be a hot topic, so I figured I’d take some time to explain just how we go about making champions move.

The first thing I need to point out is just how we animate. There are two techniques that the animation industry uses these days: hand key, and motion capture. You’ve probably seen videos of actors running around in body suits covered in reflective balls, right? That’s motion capture, which has been used in countless games and movies that look to establish photorealistic and lifelike characters. Then there’s hand keying, where animators hand-draw each frame of an animation. It’s a slower and more manual process that ultimately gives the animator more control over the finished animation. It’s often used in anime and superhero movies when animators want to over-emphasize the movement and contortions of a character beyond their skeleton’s limitations.

So, can you guess which we use? It’s option b: hand-keyed animation. We settled on this technique years ago – before I joined – because it’s integral to maintaining our in-house style and helps us deliver smooth and instant animations that don’t affect League’s gameplay. Finally, hand-keyed animation allows us to implement several animation practices such as smear frames or squash and stretch all while maintaining iconic character silhouettes for gameplay readability.

Alright. Let’s get into a few examples!

 

Yasuo's Ultimate Challenge

 

Ultimates are often the single biggest abilities in the game in terms of visual and gameplay impact. Whether you’re getting guillotined in the face by Darius or bounced to death by Zac, the animations – the visual tells of the ability – need to be larger than life and highly readable. With that in mind, we had to really think about how we could animate Yasuo during Last Breath so that he felt suitably nimble and powerful during the ability’s one second – that’s 30 animation frames – cast time. For gameplay purposes it was absolutely vital the animation did not exceed this time.

Ideas need to be approved as concepts before we start really animating them, so they need to be as clear, impactful and unique as possible. One early idea was to have Yasuo slicing his opponent upwards for the full second, but this wasn’t nearly impactful enough during playtests as he’d end up obscured behind the ability’s visual effects (VFX), and his poses were all contained in too small a space. You could barely see him, basically.

Next we tried posing Yasuo so he’d leap up and perform a three-hit combo. The animation concept went off for review, and was quickly approved! Success! Next was the actual animation process, which we started by establishing three airborne key-poses that flowed well together. These are the three moments of the animation that end up being seen for the longest amount of time, so are really vital. Then, with these complete, we started animating the connecting poses to flesh out the arcs of motion for Yasuo’s extremities. Here’s what we ended up with:

 

 

Next we splined the animation, smoothing it out from still poses to fluid motion. At this stage, the animation almost looks like it could go into the game, although Yasuo’s hair and ropes – traditionally tedious things to animate – aren’t yet animated at all. Whilst it is common to manually animate these things on a final pass once the animator’s happy with the main body motion, we actually ended up pioneering some great new tech called ‘Jiggle Tech’. With it, we can set things to animate and react in real time to the motions of Yasuo’s body through simulating physics instantaneously in my animation tool, meaning we can rapidly iterate and make tweaks and changes without going through the tedious task of re-animating the hair and rope each time.

Now that we have the bulk of the animation down, it’s time to start polishing. During this phase we like to include smear frames, where we stretch out the character and props to absurdly exaggerated proportions within single frames. This creates really fast blurs of motion and give the animation a snappy feel that show our anime and manga inspirations.

 

 


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Braum carries a huge shield – actually an old door – around with him as he fights. This is a really cool concept, but meant we had to figure out exactly how Braum wields the thing as he attacks and uses his abilities. That said, the biggest challenge we found when animating him was in implementing his E, Unbreakable. It’s an intricate ability which Braum can use while he moves and uses his other abilities, which meant we had to merge various animations to create a 360-degree movement and attack system. Here’s how we went about animating the Heart of the Freljord’s most iconic ability.

First we had to find a strong and defensive base pose for Unbreakable, from which we could branch off into Braum’s other movements. After trying a few poses out, we went for a one handed, shield-planted-on-the-floor pose when stationary, leaving one of Braum’s fists free for his shield attack animations.

Next we had to figure out how Braum moved while using Unbreakable so he could actually defend his allies and block enemy attacks! Knowing that we didn’t want Braum to roam with the shield one-handed (the shield quickly lost any sense of weight and power this way), we changed the grip as well as posture so Braum used both his hands as he moved. Next we had to think about movement, so we created four separate movement animations: forwards, left, right and backwards. We combined these animations into our parametric system, which merges them together to create movement animations for all 360 degrees. For this to work well it was vital that the four animations were of the same length, that Braum’s limbs were in similar positions, and that his feet contacted the ground on exactly the same frames. Here’s where we ended up:

 

 

After figuring out Unbreakable’s idle and movement animations, we started looking at Braum’s attack animations while he was using his E. It was a massive part of the kit, something the designer was dead set on including. First, we tried our parametric system again, but the animations the computers created were over-blended, so they felt pretty mushy and unimpactful. We ended up having to create a system that required nine separate attack animations, catering for an even quadrant of 360 degrees each with minimum blending into each other. Here’s what that actually looks like:

 

 

As a final flavor pass we also included our in-house Jiggle Tech on several of Braum’s accessories like the necklace and rope! This gave some additional secondary animation which complimented the main animation nicely and gave a more overall polished touch.

Finally, one of my personal favorites is Braum’s ultimate, which is a great example of the various elements I’ve talked about above coming together to create an epic in-game moment.

 

 


That’s about it for now! Hopefully I’ve given you some insight into how our champion animation process works here at Riot. We’re always striving to raise the bar for each other and ourselves, because introducing new tech and better work into the game creates interesting and exciting challenges for all disciplines involved. I truly believe in the phrase “technology pushes art and art pushes technology”.

 

 

If you have any questions, feel free to ask me at @NoL_Chefo or e-mail me at nolchefo@gmail.com.

 

 

PBE 26 09 Banner

 

PBE 26/09 Contents:

  • Texture Rebalances
  • Sion Voice-Over
  • Champion Changes
  • Item Changes

 

[ Reminder ] The PBE is a testing ground for changes. What you see here may not reflect what you see in Patch Notes. Remember that developers want your feedback so if you disagree with a change, you can always submit your thoughts on the PBE Community Forums.

 

Previous PBE Updates for Patch 4.18 Cycle:

 

 

Texture Rebalances

 

Classic Blitzcrank

 

Blitzcrank TU 1

 

Boom Boom Blitzcrank

 

Blitzcrank TU 2

 

Piltover Customs Blitzcrank

 

Blitzcrank TU 3

 

Definitely Not Blitzcrank

 

Blitzcrank TU 4

 

New Sion Voice-Over (by SkinSpotlights):

 

 

Here’s a full preview of Sion’s rework on the PBE.

 

 

Champion Changes

 

 

Akali Final Portrait

Twilight Shroud New IconTwilight Shroud [ W ]

  • Now grants Akali a 60/70/80/90/100% Movement Speed buff while in the shroud, which decays over 1 second after leaving the shroud
  • No longer grants Armor or Magic Resist

 

 

Gangplank Final Portrait

Cannon Barrage New IconCannon Barrage [ R ]

  • Now deals damage everywhere in the AoE, rather than at random locations in the AoE
  • Duration increased from 6 seconds to 7
  • Cooldown decreased from 120/115/110 seconds to 125/110/95
  • Now lists cannonball damage as damage-per-second.

 

 

Item Changes

 

Randuin's Omen New IconRanduin’s Omen

Passive Attack Speed decrease when hit increased from 10% to 15%

 

 

 

If you have any questions, feel free to ask me at @NoL_Chefo or e-mail me at nolchefo@gmail.com.

 

 

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If you have any questions, feel free to ask me at @NoL_Chefo or e-mail me at nolchefo@gmail.com.

 

You’ll find Champion Select statistics at the bottom of this post when the day is over, brought to you by Lucas Krings.

 

Stage 2 Day 2: All Games

 

Game : Najin White Shield vs Alliance

Game 2: Samsung Blue vs Fnatic

Game 3: Najin White Shield vs Cloud 9

Game 4: OMG vs Fnatic

Game 5: Alliance vs Kabum e-Sports

Game 6: Samsung Blue vs LMQ

[ Analysts ] QuickshotKrepoCrumbzzDoubleliftPhreak

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Champion Select Stats

 

Champion Bans Picks Wins Losses Winrate Picks+Bans Pick+Banrate
Yasuo 4 8 6 2 75% 12 32%
Twitch 6 5 4 1 80% 11 30%
Kassadin 2 2 1 1 50% 4 11%
Ryze 15 15 8 7 53% 30 81%
Alistar 29 4 3 1 75% 33 89%
Janna 1 20 12 8 60% 21 57%
Maokai 19 10 5 5 50% 29 78%
Jarvan 0 6 2 4 33% 6 16%
Orianna 1 12 7 5 58% 13 35%
Lucian 5 21 8 13 38% 26 70%
Thresh 3 19 12 7 63% 22 59%
Rumble 1 9 7 2 78% 10 27%
Kha’Zix 4 25 11 14 44% 29 78%
Zilean 23 6 4 2 67% 29 78%
Tristana 3 18 10 8 56% 21 57%
Nami 1 16 8 8 50% 17 46%
Twisted Fate 4 4 1 3 25% 8 22%
Zed 10 8 5 3 63% 18 49%
Lee Sin 9 23 15 8 65% 32 86%
Syndra 6 7 3 4 43% 13 35%
Nidalee 14 4 1 3 25% 18 49%
Fizz 6 7 3 4 43% 13 35%
Jinx 2 5 1 4 20% 7 19%
Blitzcrank 0 3 0 3 0% 3 8%
Rengar 6 5 4 1 80% 11 30%
Kog’Maw 0 10 5 5 50% 10 27%
Nunu 0 1 0 1 0% 1 3%
Xerath 0 4 1 3 25% 4 11%
Talon 0 3 1 2 33% 3 8%
Vayne 0 3 3 0 100% 3 8%
Lulu 1 8 2 6 25% 9 24%
Kayle 2 6 2 4 33% 8 22%
Aatrox 6 0 0 0 #DIV/0! 6 16%
Dr Mundo 0 5 0 5 0% 5 14%
Sona 0 2 0 2 0% 2 5%
Caitlyn 0 2 1 1 50% 2 5%
Irelia 1 8 7 1 88% 9 24%
Elise 1 6 2 4 33% 7 19%
Corki 0 4 3 1 75% 4 11%
Jarvan IV 0 1 0 1 0% 1 3%
Ahri 1 6 1 5 17% 7 19%
Leona 0 3 1 2 33% 3 8%
Braum 0 4 2 2 50% 4 11%
Ezreal 0 2 0 2 0% 2 5%
Katarina 0 1 1 0 100% 1 3%
Pantheon 0 1 0 1 0% 1 6%
Jayce 0 2 0 2 0% 2 5%
Morgana 0 2 2 0 100% 2 5%
Graves 0 1 1 0 100% 1 3%
Vi 0 1 0 1 0% 1 3%
Swain 0 1 1 0 100% 1 3%
Ziggs 0 2 1 1 50% 2 5%
Gragas 1 0 0 0 #DIV/0! 1 3%
Evelynn 0 1 1 0 100% 1 3%
Riven 0 1 1 0 100% 1 3%

 

 

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Season 1′s World Champions now have their skins in the store!


Three years ago, eight teams clashed in the inaugural League of Legends World Championship. Barons were slain and towers toppled over the course of three days as a new bar was set for high-caliber League play. After the smoke of the final destroyed nexus cleared, it was Fnatic who remained to lift the Summoner’s Cup for the first time. And now they’ve the skins to immortalize that moment.



Pick up the Fnatic skins for 750 RP each, or score all five with the Fnatic Bundle to get 25% off at 2812 RP (5688 RP if you need the champions). These skins go on sale September 24 at 1pm PDT before heading into the vault on October 31 at 11:59pm PDT.



Commemorate the first League of Legends World Champions!

 

Splash Art & In-Game Look of each skin


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From left to right: Fnatic Corki, Janna, Gragas, Jarvan IV and Karthus


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Fnatic Corki

 

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Fnatic Gragas

 

Fnatic Gragas Model 1 Fnatic Gragas Model 2Fnatic Gragas Q

 

Fnatic Janna

 

Fnatic Janna Model 1 Fnatic Janna Model 2

 

Fnatic Jarvan IV

 

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Fnatic Karthus

 

Fnatic Karthus Model 1 Fnatic Karthus Model 2

 

 

If you have any questions, feel free to ask me at @NoL_Chefo or e-mail me at nolchefo@gmail.com.