Will I roll a new Beorning for LOTRO?
Posted by Bio Break [HTML][XML][PERM][FULL] on 31 October 2014, 12:00 pm
Lord of the Rings Online’s Update 15 is scheduled for next Wednesday, and while it’ll have plenty of stuff for my Captain to do at the level cap, there’s also the siren’s song of the first new class for the … Continue reading


A Promising Light for GamerGate
Posted by Zen Of Design [HTML][XML][PERM][FULL] on 31 October 2014, 11:39 am
When #GamerGate kicked in, I strongly advocated for the people who actually cared about ethics in games journalism to use the energy to create a consumer organization (Initial proposal here,


Happy Halloween!
Posted by Bethesda Blog [HTML][XML][PERM][FULL] on 31 October 2014, 9:48 am
In time for Halloween, The Evil Within’s lead concept artist, Ikumi Nakamura, provided this amazing (and timely) variation of The Keeper. From everyone at Bethesda, we wish you a happy and safe Halloween weekend. While you’re haunting about, feel free to share your best Halloween creations and costumes using the hashtag #BethesdART or emailing us […]


Predictability of games
Posted by Tobold's Blog [HTML][XML][PERM][FULL] on 31 October 2014, 8:42 am
Azuriel is talking about Civilization: Beyond Earth and complains that after an interesting start the end game becomes a formality, where you already know you won, but still need to play for hours to actually win. Meanwhile Zubon talks about a board game where the better player always wins. And Stubborn mentions: "Okay, most recently I’ve been playing X-Com (I haven’t fully rage-quit just yet, though I was close the other night when two 90% to hit rocket attacks missed their mark followed by an 88% sniper shot missing, causing one of my people to be killed the following round, but I held it together and played on).".

What do these posts have in common? They are all about predictability of games. Games tend to start out in a state of maximum unpredictability: You usually don't know who is winning before the game has developed a bit further. At some point it becomes very clear who is winning, but unless a player concedes (and an AI player frequently isn't programmed to do so), the game goes on in a very predictable manner. And then it comes down to the amount of randomness in the game whether the game becomes totally boring, or there is still a chance for a reversal of fortunes.

Having said that, a lot of people like knowing early that they are going to win. Not everybody is playing games in a competitive manner. Most people are quite happy for example doing quests in MMORPGs for hundreds of hours, where they always "win", and only rarely encounter minor setbacks. Other players manipulate, cheat, or pay money in order to make a game more predictably a win. Even mild-mannered Stubborn can get close to rage-quitting if his 90% win chance turns into a loss.

That poses a challenge to game design. Do we really want a "No Longer Delay the Inevitable button" as suggested by Azuriel? Or do we want games where up to the very end it isn't predictable who is winning? (There are actually a number of board games with hidden scoring systems that work like that). Do we want more randomness in games, so they become less predictable, or do we prefer less randomness and more predictability?
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ArcheAge Alpha - Husbandry Profession
Posted by Mystic Worlds [HTML][XML][PERM][FULL] on 31 October 2014, 9:55 am
One of the more unique ArcheAge crafting professions is Husbandry. Primarily, the profession consists of caring for, harvesting from or butchering livestock. It also includes the opportunity to breed two types of battle pets or mounts – Polar Bear and Yata. This is the first MMO I’ve played with a crafting profession revolving around working with animals and had to give it a try.


Winter is coming
Posted by Bio Break [HTML][XML][PERM][FULL] on 31 October 2014, 9:00 am
A lot of people express (loudly) their love for the fall season, and while I used to be a huge “spring” guy, in recent years I’ve come around to join the autumnal camp.  I feel very alive and full of … Continue reading


TL;DP: Halloween Revue
Posted by Articles [HTML][XML][PERM][FULL] on 31 October 2014, 6:14 am

Halloween has long held a special place in my heart. It wasn't just the petty vandalism, anonymous racketeering, or sugar highs (or, as I like to think of it, Reeser Madness). It was the spectacle of it. The pageantry. The theatricality.

Name me another holiday where you can dress up as a princess, a pirate, or a slavering beast from Hell (or indeed, all three at once) and people give you free stuff for it.

Well, yes yes. PAX for one. And ComicCon. And ... Look, do you mind? I'm reminiscing here!

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Song of the South
Posted by The Ancient Gaming Noob [HTML][XML][PERM][FULL] on 31 October 2014, 12:32 am
Lots of big shiny things to shoot way down  in the southeast corner of New Eden.  Cue Jaws sound track… Of course, they aren’t all there anymore. I do not think I have ever been this far south on the map.  New space to see.


Steam key resellers
Posted by Tobold's Blog [HTML][XML][PERM][FULL] on 31 October 2014, 4:31 am
If somebody offers you a designer watch or handbag for a very low price, sold out of the boot of his car, you would be suspicious. Either the item is fake, or it is stolen. So obviously I was wondering the same when I bought the Civilization 5 complete edition from a Steam key reseller for 15 Euro, instead of paying Steam 40 Euro for the same item. There are fake and stolen keys around.

While I don't know a way to actually buy a Steam key I could mail to somebody else directly from Steam (is that possible?), I have in the past received Steam keys that were quite definitely legit. For example if you fund a game on Kickstarter and the funded game ends up on Steam, you might get one or several Steam keys as backer rewards. If you buy a game in physical form, a box with a DVD in it, there might be a Steam key in there as well. So it is very possible for somebody to end up with a "spare" Steam key which is neither fake nor stolen.

So unlike that designer handbag or watch this isn't necessarily a black market. But I can't shake the feeling that at the very least it is a grey one. The key I bought "works", as in it allowed me to install and play Civilization 5 on my computer. But I am not 100% sure if somewhere in the process something legally dodgy was going on, and the cheap price is somehow the result of a copyright violation or something similar. You getting a Steam key legitimately and you being allowed to resell that Steam key are two very different things.

A bit of research on the internet finds opinions divided: Some people don't buy anything directly from Steam any more, and only buy resold keys. Others report on the possibility that Steam could either remove a game you bought via key from your library, or even ban your whole account. So right now I'm not sure if getting that game for less than half price was actually a good deal.
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The Birth of a Pipe Bombing Campaign
Posted by The Ancient Gaming Noob [HTML][XML][PERM][FULL] on 17 October 2014, 1:00 pm
When it comes to watching gaming related videos on YouTube, I must admit that I do not have much patience.  Small screen video, bad audio commentary, and a general inability to grab and hold the interest of any viewer not captivated by shiny colors and an overbearing sound track pushes me to reject just about […]


Tech 3 Destroyers and Other Tidbits from EVE Vegas Keynote
Posted by The Ancient Gaming Noob [HTML][XML][PERM][FULL] on 18 October 2014, 5:30 pm
EVE Vegas is running this weekend.  The one time player driven event that has turned into a CCP sponsored affair, complete with a keynote speech full of new treats. CCP Seagull kicked things off with a theme and overview of how CCP is looking at the upcoming changes.  The idea is that CCP wants to […]


A Short and Bloody Visit to F7C-H0
Posted by The Ancient Gaming Noob [HTML][XML][PERM][FULL] on 20 October 2014, 1:00 pm
Well, it was a short visit for me. The highlight of weekend fleet ops up until Saturday evening had been flying around Black Rise to pop a couple of Black Legion faction battleships with DBRB.  I hadn’t been in one of his fleets in ages, and it was good to see that he hasn’t calmed […]


Should Guilds Have Levels?
Posted by The Ancient Gaming Noob [HTML][XML][PERM][FULL] on 21 October 2014, 1:00 pm
According to Blizzard the answer to that question is no, guilds should not have levels. We got guild levels as part of the Cataclysm expansion, 25 of them, along with perks to go with those levels.  Those levels were not easy to acquire back then.  During Cataclysm our guild only managed to get to level […]


Rome – City Assaults are Difficult
Posted by The Ancient Gaming Noob [HTML][XML][PERM][FULL] on 22 October 2014, 12:00 pm
We formed up again on Friday night for another round of Roman mayhem.  We had done a couple weeks of river crossing battles and it seemed like time to try something new.  I opted not to form the game up so somebody else could decide which skirmish scenario we were going to try.  Loghound was […]


Notes from an Undisclosed Location in the Insmother Region
Posted by The Ancient Gaming Noob [HTML][XML][PERM][FULL] on 23 October 2014, 2:00 pm
The big, pre-Phoebe alliance update was posted yesterday addressing the new order in sovereign null sec.  Since the CFC is as riddled with spies as any other organization in New Eden, updates from The Mittani get posted directly over at The Mittani dot com, saving people the trouble of stealing/distributing them and generating some ad […]


The Instance Group Resurgent in Azeroth… Sort Of… And Hallow’s End
Posted by The Ancient Gaming Noob [HTML][XML][PERM][FULL] on 24 October 2014, 1:00 pm
We decided to get our collective act together and get into the game so as to get used to the new realities of WoW 6.0. And we tried. However, due to authenticator problems, bronchitis, and a previous engagement, only Potshot and I ended up in game last Saturday night. Such is life. We decided that, […]


Sunday Afternoon in YA0-XJ
Posted by The Ancient Gaming Noob [HTML][XML][PERM][FULL] on 26 October 2014, 5:22 pm
Apparently an AFK CFC titan was ejected from a POS and ended up 200+ km out of the shields.  There is speculation that this was because somebody changed the password, but details are uncertain at this point. Black Legion dropped on the titan and then we dropped on Black Legion.  They won the ISK war […]


Home from Camping in Insmother
Posted by The Ancient Gaming Noob [HTML][XML][PERM][FULL] on 27 October 2014, 1:00 pm
Somebody once opined that moon mining was a “risk-free” source of income.  The tower just sits there and harvests the moon goo and all you have to do is drive by in your hauler once in a while to pick it up.  Practically free money. I was reminded of that post as we roamed around […]


Results of the Summer Loremaster Project
Posted by The Ancient Gaming Noob [HTML][XML][PERM][FULL] on 28 October 2014, 2:00 pm
Back in June, with the summer hiatus of the instance group looming, I embarked on a project.  I was going to finish up quests in Azeroth in pursuit of the Loremaster achievement.  And I was going to attempt to do it with characters that were at the appropriate level for the zones being run. The […]


Rome – Ambushed
Posted by The Ancient Gaming Noob [HTML][XML][PERM][FULL] on 29 October 2014, 1:00 pm
I was late to the Roman slaughter on Friday night as the Reaver extraction operation from Insmother took longer than expected… which is pretty much how every op in EVE Online works.  What will happen if we deploy somewhere even further away? Anyway, I showed up to find matches in progress, with Mattman and Loghound […]


Wait, What? The Giants Win the World Series Again?
Posted by The Ancient Gaming Noob [HTML][XML][PERM][FULL] on 29 October 2014, 11:46 pm
Back in 2010, as the San Francisco Giants finished their first game in their first appearance in a World Series this decade, I wrote about what a long road it had been as a fan of the team for at least four decades.  There had been lots of good times, I saw many great players, […]


The Instance Group Mostly Finishes Off Pandaria
Posted by The Ancient Gaming Noob [HTML][XML][PERM][FULL] on 30 October 2014, 2:00 pm
Warlords of Draenor will be dropping in about two weeks, so it was clearly time for the long standing instance group to shake off the warm glow of summer and get back to work in Pandaria.  Last week it was just Skronk and I online on Saturday night.  We doubled that number this time around […]


Song of the South
Posted by The Ancient Gaming Noob [HTML][XML][PERM][FULL] on 31 October 2014, 12:32 am
Lots of big shiny things to shoot way down  in the southeast corner of New Eden.  Cue Jaws sound track… Of course, they aren’t all there anymore. I do not think I have ever been this far south on the map.  New space to see.


Important: Unofficial PBE Patch Notes for 10/30/2014 - Summoner's Rift Login Screen, Reaper Soraka Splash, New Victory/Defeat Assets


New Champion Sneak Peek

Mobius1337 from reddit posted the photo from Lucca Comics & Games event, showcasing the concept art of new champion. His/her name wasn't officially revealed yet, but he's been called "Kalista" by many people (potential leak).

What's more, the teaser from Riot Brazil continued. The Fabulista was consumed by mist and speaks of himself with plural form ("we"). After consuming, he replied to few people with those answers:

  • "There Fabulista, only the mist. Our heart beats as one."
  • "One more to ride the mist and ravage the living. Running is useless."
  • "The only void that exists is the heart of those who try to resist."
  • "We do not know anything or anyone by that name - and if we do not recognize, you're against us."
  • "Who I am does not matter. Who are WE? We are the fllen. United as one, we will ravage who are against us - and our forces only increase."
  • "We do not recognize Lucian nor Senna - and if We do not recognize them, they are against us. The paladin of pain and cleric of death march to the same beat of the drum as we."
  • "Plague the living and increase our strength."

Further, it also matches the recent teaser from official Riot Facebook "We are vengeance." with the banned attached. Italian department posted following picture:

I bet you recognize the face by now. Seems like we're close to the full reveal...


Incoming Change to Sion's Passive

Originally Posted by Riot (View Original Source)

Any updates on the idea of his passive bleeding him out at a flat HP rate?
http://boards.na.leagueoflegends.com/en/c/gameplay-balance/A4QRfNk1-does-sion-take-too-long-to-revive?show=flat&comment=0011

This is actually something we are doing for the next patch. Flat HP amount drain (based on char level) instead of % max HP.

It was a silly thing that he was punished for building tanky with the old system. So yea, good change.


Footsteps Sound in LoL

Originally Posted by Riot (View Original Source)

I know this isn't a big deal, but it's really bother me that there isn't a single foot steps sound effect in the game. Even it's just a quiet foot step, I still want to hear it in the game. It will make the environment to have more activities. [...]

Hey!

I haven't seen this topic come up in a while, and I'd be glad to give some insight.

There have been some experiments in the past with adding footsteps and movement sounds to the Champs. Results were mixed, and often times ended up getting annoying.

BUT, that isn't to say that we would never think about adding them sometime down the road. Honestly though, it's a Herculean task at this point, and probably isn't realistic; but never say never.

Cheers!

I personally always found this a big deal. Since just walking around the rift to just the music something and nothing but "............" was a little meh sometimes. I don't think it would be a big deal (although still a huge task) to add it. as always the simple option would be to make it optional.

I personally love the movement sounds they have in dota 2 for example and how each one has something a bit different. I really would love to see this happen someday

Yeah, maybe it's something that would just get cut out when in battle - there are definitely things we could do to make it not annoying.

It's good to know it's something you guys are interested in, and I agree, the fine audio folks at Valve did a good job with this type of system in Dota 2.

Cheers! =)


The Making of Featured Game Modes

Originally Posted by Riot (View Original Source)

 

As everyone enjoys Hexakill: Twisted Treeline, it felt like a good time to give some insight into how we make Featured Game Mode's by analyzing our approach to the previous mode, Ascension. Hopefully I can give you guys some insight into our iterative development process, what we take away and learn from each mode, plus some stories about things that didn't make it.


Rapid prototyping

We start each Featured Game Mode by trying to define what kind of experience it should be. There are design pillars which help guide this, but we often want you to "discover a new or interesting way to engage with your favourite champions in League of Legends". Of course we still want modes to feel like LoL to some degree, so you can expect to level up, gain power and fight other champions, but we’re not afraid to bend the rules. Sometimes there’s an overarching theme we’re working towards with a mode (e.g. Shurima) and other times it’s a fun mechanic or rule change that just wants to be turned into a mode (e.g. One For All, URF). The golden rule is that regardless of its shape, a mode has to be fun!

With Ascension, we wanted to highlight the Shurima event and bring some of the pervasive lore themes like “power corrupts” through with fun gameplay. It needed to feel scrappy and intense so we started drifting towards a Team Deathmatch (TDM) kind of feel. The Crystal Scar's circular shape made it a strong initial candidate for that kind of gameplay. The tower pads nicely doubled as spawn points enabling a strategic choice for players when entering the battle (and also neatly solved design issues around TDM spawning in the LoL ecosystem). It wasn't going to just work 'as is' though, so we ripped out the towers and minions to fast forward through the laning phase of regular LoL, enabling you to get straight to the fighting! With those changes, daily playtests began to have a running theme emerge: a constant 'struggle for power'.

Two problematic design issues became evident during prototype playtests that I want to zoom in on:

1) Snowballing

Ascension initially felt very snowbally, and while we want to reward #bigplays, it doesn’t feel great to make a single mistake and never be able to recover. We tested and eventually kept the following 'anti-snowball mechanic' in Ascension; all players on both teams had exactly the same gold & XP at all points throughout a match. This meant that at any point in time, you always had an equal chance to win/lose any teamfights. There was no mathematical 'snowballing' possible in Ascension, making the Ascended buff the only actual statistical advantage on the map. Even if the other team was stomping, you had as much chance to win the next Xerath fight, Ascend, and make a comeback. A side-effect was that even when losing badly, you could still get valuable skirmishing practice right up to the end of a game, due to never actually being 'behind'. We were pretty happy with how this solution played out across Ascension's lifetime.

2) Lack of 'strategic choice'.

There was also an early lack of 'strategic choice' in the mode. Original prototype playtests felt too sparse and barren for a TDM, which led to us shrinking the map into the tighter, more action-packed jungle area of the Crystal Scar. This increased the action, but still felt like a directionless TDM. Our team internally dubbed it "Murderball Simulator 2014". The prevailing meta was to just group as 5 and roll around the map killing anything that moved. :/ While murderball was fun in short bursts, it was too monotonous, and we'd tire of it after only a few games. There were no peaks or valleys in the tension curve across the game life. It needed a higher objective layer to float above the TDM, giving purpose to your rampage (rather than killing everything in sight being a means to its own end). We eventually settled on the Relics of Shurima & Ancient Ascendant Xerath combo that shipped, but here's some of the ideas that didn't make it:

    • Transferring the Ascended buff player-to-player based on the killing blow. This was one of the earliest prototypes and just led to a snowbally comp style with monotonous gameplay. Badtimes. :(
    • Capturable towers that provided an area of vision around them while held. These were basically ignored as the vision wasn't valuable enough to directly affect the scoreboard. "Hmm, I could grab some vision... or maul someone's face off with Udyr... face mauling please!"
  • Transforming the 4 remaining teammates on an Ascended team into 'sand soldiers'. We wrote a whole new kit for these 'sand soldiers' based around helping the Ascended track, hunt and lock down kills. Turns out that taking away your ability to play your favourite champion is a terrible idea. The kit tried to walk a middle-line of doing everything, and ended up being good at nothing in particular. "Why am I this sand soldier guy trying to slow guys and shield the Ascended? I could be doing this as Lulu... and WAY BETTER!"

That perfect game

We often hear from players that they would like more ways to express their skill level visually. With the 'Perfect Ascension' icon, we wanted to try making a 'challenge mode' icon to reward exceptional play. It needed to reflect actual gameplay excellence to be valuable (if it were easy, it would have no value right?) and not be compulsory in any way. The icon didn't require any deviation from regular Ascension play or strategy, and happened naturally in the course of playing to win. You just needed to win VERY convincingly (IE: play the perfect game). Many strategies were kicked around as the best path to a perfect game, but we largely saw that if it ever came down to a scrap at Xerath, then your team probably wasn’t playing the perfect game. For those of you who did earn the icon though, nice work! You now hold one of the rarest summoner icons there is.


Outrageous

Each mode brings with it a new wild west of meta where initially “anything is possible”. After about a week though, the sands settle and most players seem to have a good grip on "what's OP". It was pretty widely accepted that “assassins were strong in Ascension”. But let's look at some comparisons.

That may or may not surprise some of you. However... who was actually strong in Ascension?

Yeah that's Taric up there in 5th, despite having a stunningly unpopular pick rate. Oh don't worry, we never saw that one coming either... truly outrageous. This is a good example of why having these modes as temporary is a boon. It gives us the freedom to experiment without the burden of having a static and well-documented meta.” Featured Game Modes don’t have comparable depth to Summoner’s Rift, and having them on for a few weeks at a time keeps them fresh and exciting (if Ascension was permanent these meta numbers might have staled fairly quickly thereafter).


Things to improve

Featured Game Modes are a great chance for us to learn what's fun in LoL, what doesn't work, or what we’d like to do better next time around. The Perfect Ascension icon highlighted for us the possibility of misalignment between players on the game's win condition. Specifically, resolution of the icon shouldn't have been possible before the end of a match. This is something we're taking on board.

We were originally going to make Perfect Ascension an 'opt-in experience' and lock it to premade 5-mans, as not everyone on a team might be bought in on trying to earn the icon. This felt too limiting though, and we wanted to give everyone a chance to be rewarded for playing that 'perfect game'. One thing that we noticed overall with the Perfect Ascension was that it forged a lasting memory for everyone, whether they achieved it or not. This is something we're keen to do again, with maybe a different shape.

There was also the eventual solution for how we shrunk the map size and limited player movement using the 'black darkness' on the ground. It was a functional, but not terribly coherent solution. While it did its job (barely) for the first outing of Ascension, there were lots of readability issues for players when initially encountering it. Even after multiple interactions, it was still often unclear to many players that it represented the 'edge of the playspace'. If we ever bring Ascension back, that’s one of the first things we'd like to tidy up.

Both of these examples show the value of Featured Game Modes being temporary. While we might have let something like the 'black darkness' solution hold back shipping a permanent mode, the temporary nature of Featured Game Mode's let players enjoy the mode for a few weeks and make some #bigplays. The highs and lows felt chasing the Perfect Ascension (and the permanent memento for those of you who got it) also would not have been feasible to try. Plus when the mode is done, we can learn from your feedback, and use it to inform any similar upcoming design features, or maybe tweak the mode and bring it back at some point.


What's next?

In the near future I want to chat about the current state of Featured Game Modes. It's been over a year since we started doing them and is a good time to take stock of what we've done, where we are now and what we're aiming to do in 2015. Until then, see you on the rift! ^_^/

-L4T3NCY


Originally Posted by Riot (View Original Source)

Hi all,

Wanted to drop in and say we hear how much you loved URF and want it back! As L4t3ncy mentioned at the end of this blog, he'll be talking soon about how the past year's modes went, some cool data insights, successes and challenges, and what we want to achieve in 2015. In that he's going to go into some detail about URF, some of the challenges we faced and what we learned about it which will give some insight on how we chose to create and bring modes back.

Also, it was said in several of the comments but URF will be back, so fear not! A lot goes into planning a mode schedule for a year, but also into making sure when we bring a mode back its not just the same mode, but has had additional development time based on what we learned and want to improve on.

Thanks,
-Chager

I just wanted to say how although I know you intend to make the new gamemodes more interesting by changing the maps, for example one for all and hexakill. I enjoyed the game modes much more when playing on summoners rift. When you create gamemodes like Acension and 1v1's 2v2's for other maps I love them. All i'm trying to say is that when you make a gamemode for a map keep it on that map, maybe add a couple tweaks. I can't speak for everyone but i know all of my friends and I liked the original versions of the gamemodes a lot more. We're hoping that you're not planning on putting urf on a different map. By all means continue making new gamemodes for other maps, but we'd prefer if you kept a gamemode to a map.

There are totally times where keeping an original game mode on the same map makes sense. (Not sure Ascension work work on other maps). But sometimes there are goals we wanted to achieve but didn't or additional game mechanics/changes we wanted to put into a mode that were cut for one reason or another. We're always open to trying to make what's great even better. Sometimes we get it and sometime's we don't, but we always want to try to improve on what we've made before.

Also we want to make sure we listen to feedback on modes from players and take that into account if/when we bring a mode back. One for All was a good example of that; there was a lot of player suggestion that it would be fun on Howling Abyss and we wanted to see how that would work. We also were able to put in some improvements (battle boost, voting system) that were cut from the original OFA.


2014 World Championship Sale Ending Soon

Originally Posted by Riot (View RedTracker Source)

 

The 2014 World Championship sale ends on October 31 so snag your favorite skins before they head into the vault!


Championship Thresh - 975 RP


2014 Championship Bundle -  2115 RP (1455 RP if you already own the champ)

  • Championship Shyvana - 975 RP
  • 2014 Championship Ward - 640 RP
  • World Championship 2014 Icon - 1 IP

Fnatic Team Bundle - 25% off at 2812 RP (5688 RP if you need the champions)


TPA Team Bundle - 25% off at 2812 RP (5358 RP if you need the champions)


SKT T1 Team Bundle - 25% off at 3292 RP (6513 RP if you need the champions)

  • SKT T1 Zed - 750 RP
  • SKT T1 Vayne - 750 RP
  • SKT T1 Jax - 750 RP
  • SKT T1 Lee Sin - 750 RP
  • SKT T1 Zyra - 750 RP
  • SKT T1 Ward - 640 RP

These skins aren’t going into the vault but through October 31, you can grab all the skins and champs Samsung White used to clench the 2014 World Championship for half off!


2014 World Championship Winners Bundle - 50% off at 2210 RP (4220 RP if you need the champions)


Celebrate the 2014 World Championships!


Champion and Skin Sale: 10.31. - 11.03.

Originally Posted by Riot (View RedTracker Source)

 

Grab these champions and skins on sale for 50% off for a limited time:


Skin Sales

Give your champions a new look with these skins:

Bittersweet Lulu
975 487 RP

Viking Tryndamere
750 375 RP



Valkyrie Leona
520 260 RP


Champion Sales

Add these champions to your roster:

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975 487 RP</td> <td style="text-align: center;"> Graves
880 440 RP</td> <td style="text-align: center;"> Lux
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PAX Aus: It’s almost @dcdeacon storytime!
Posted by Bethesda Blog [HTML][XML][PERM][FULL] on 30 October 2014, 7:18 pm
Put the soccer ball down and tune into Twitch.TV/PAX. It’s time to watch Pete Hines present his storytime keynote for PAX Australia. If you miss tonight’s live airing (7:30 pm edt), you can tune in for an encore at 9 am edt tomorrow.


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