Showdown is live!

Showdown is live! Queue up for 1v1 and 2v2 duels on Howling Abyss. With three ways to claim victory, it's up to you to decide how you'll defeat your opponents. You can score first blood (or two kills in 2v2 mode), waveclear your way to 100 CS, or demolish the enemy turret before they take down yours.Showdown's available from December 19 through January 2, so head to the Howling Abyss to show off your dueling skills and duo-ing prowess now!


League of legends patch 3.15 notes

Patch Contents General Matchmaking Champions Yasuo Ahri Fiddlesticks Janna Lee Sin Lucian Lulu Rammus Sivir Soraka Taric Minor Changes and Bug Fixes Anivia Brand Caitlyn Cho’gath Fiora Garen Lissandra Maokai Pantheon Riven Shyvana Vayne Items Vision Items Jungle Items Trinkets Summoner's Rift Jungle Monsters Game Flow Howling Abyss Masteries Offense Defense Summoner Spells


"Hey Summoners, Welcome to patch 3.15, the first patch of preseason (not counting that hotfix we deployed during 3.14)! We're generally happy with how things are going, so our goals today aren't to introduce a lot of new changes. Instead, we're hitting the scallywags that are skewing the game one way or the other so that we can really see what's going on. We'll be keeping a close eye on the state of the game – supports in particular – and we hope you're enjoying the preseason. On to the patch ...


Yasuo Champion Spotlight

A marked man with nothing to lose and only his honor to reclaim, Yasuo's tempestuous path has finally found the Fields of Justice. Bear witness to his unrelenting power and learn more about the Unforgiven in the Yasuo Champion Spotlight.Yasuo's mastery of both wind and blade is unrivalled. A lethal and disruptive powerhouse against even the hardiest of enemies, Yasuo relies on resilience and his unique Wind Wall to shield himself and his allies from distant threats while he gathers his strength through Steel Tempest. When the time comes, Yasuo uses Sweeping Blade to dash through the enemy line until he's face to face with vulnerable enemies. A final Steel Tempest launches the Unforgiven's foes to the skies, enabling Yasuo to head skywards himself and unleash his airborne ult, Last Breath.


How carry your elo ?

What is the core difference between an elo booster and players in general?The elo booster not only realizes that even though the game is supposed to be won through sheer team effort , he aims to make a critical difference at the early part of the game, demoralizing the enemy from the get go. Unfortunately even the greatest booster can not carry all the games, we assimilate a good booster to have at least an 80% win ratio depending on the division the account is in at the moment.I know many players who do not understand the difference between a manageable game and a carriable one. The difference is in our ability to take "controlled" risks in the early game to take kills and then snowball opponents so you canhave both preferrable pressure on your own lane and roam quickly plus effectively to help your teammates take objectives . When ...


Yasuo, the Unforgiven, revealed

Yasuo dashes to solemn victory, harnessing the raw power of the wind to elevate his unmatched elemental swordsmanship. A former member of an Ionian martial school and the only student to have mastered a legendary wind technique, Yasuo now lives a tempestuous life, drifting through Runeterra as he hunts the true killer of the Ionian elder he was sworn to protect.


Passive: Way of the Wanderer Intent: Yasuo's critical strike chance is doubled. Resolve: Yasuo gains Flow as he moves – the faster he moves, the faster his Flow meter fills. When full, Yasuo activates a brief shield after taking damage from enemy champions or monsters. Q: Steel Tempest Yasuo thrusts forward with his sword, damaging all enemies in a line. Successfully landing Steel Tempest grants Yasuo Gathering Storm stacks for a short period. The third stack of Gathering Storm causes Steel Tempest to send out a ...

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