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Players are formed into 2 even teams of Champions, 3v3 or 5v5. As of January 2016, there are 123 different released champions(another champion is rumored to be released soon).[7] Each team ... See full summary »



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Credited cast:
Akali (voice)
Brad Beaumont ...
Poros (voice)
Braum (voice)
Doug Boyd ...
Twitch (voice)
Draven / Jax / Vel'Koz (voice)
Kelly Burge ...
Nidalee (voice)
Project Yi (voice)
Kha'Zix / Singed (voice)
Rashida Clendening ...
Karma (2013 rework) (voice)
Kevin Connolly ...
Vladimir (voice)
Cia Court ...
Vi the Piltover Enforcer (voice)
Ekko (voice)
Jayce (voice)
Lucien Dodge ...
Mega Gnar (voice)


Players are formed into 2 even teams of Champions, 3v3 or 5v5. As of January 2016, there are 123 different released champions(another champion is rumored to be released soon).[7] Each team starts at opposing sides of a map in an area called the "fountain", near what is called a "Nexus". A match is won when either the opposing team's Nexus is destroyed or the other team surrenders. To destroy a Nexus, each team must work through a series of towers called "Turrets". Turrets are often placed along a path to each base referred to as a "Lane". Along the way, each player gains levels from killing the opposing team's champions and "Minions" (small NPCs that constantly spawn and attack the other team) and defeating neutral monsters (some of which grant buffs known as crests upon death). Completing objectives rewards players with gold which is used to purchase items. In League of Legends, each player starts at level 1 at the beginning of the match and can obtain the maximum of level 18 with ... Written by Wikipedia

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Each and every Champion has a set of four in-game emotes, activated by the keyboard command Ctrl+(Number key 1-4), consisting of a joke, taunt, dance and laugh. Many Champion's dances are references to various pop culture and internet memes. Twisted Fate's dance is the obligatory Gangnam Style by Psy, Corki is a reference to the "Do a Barrel Roll" meme, one of Amumu's skins, Emumu, changes this champion's dance into a reference to a goth South Park character, and Volibear's dance is a reference to an America's Got Talent contestant. See more »


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Butterfly (feat. Mimi Page)
Written by Lorin Ashton and Mimi Page
Performed by Bassnectar and Mimi Page
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Unoriginal and monotonous at first glance,but once you start playing you see how innovative and addicting this game is
4 January 2013 | by See all my reviews

"League of Legends" was recommended to me by a friend and,to be honest,I had very low expectations.I had seen gameplay before and it looked dull to me,you have several maps to choose from,you destroy the enemy turrets to get to their base and destroy it-simplicity itself.Plus it looked to me as if the game was ripping of Warcraft 3 in it's gameplay style.I was wrong.Dead wrong.Believe me when I say,you need to play the game to give it a fair judgment.

There if far,far more strategy involved than one can imagine.There are many variables that need to be assessed,what type of characters does the enemy team consist of,what items builds will they be using,what type of characters your team consists of and so on.Teamwork is essential,especially if you are playing as a support character.The thing I like the most,however,is the fact that your skill has much greater importance than your level,sure masteries and runes help too,but in the end it all comes down to your wit and your strategy.In that sense,there really aren't weak or strong characters in the game,it's more a matter of what gameplay style you like and which character's abilities you like.

Although I'm very new in this game,I already like it a lot and I strongly recommend it.

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