What's on your mind?
I’ll show you
Drum go dum
50 Votes in Poll
R - *Taunts the enemy for 3 seconds*
Who is the most iconic champ?
I don't know who is doing it but stop erasing Syndra's personality since I've been analyzing her and that's how she is.
39 Votes in Poll
I didnt play when the event was on, but I keep hearing that it was bad. What was so horrible with it?
[NO LONGER RELEVANT).
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48 Votes in Poll
Other *leave a comment down below saying who!*
37 Votes in Poll
Other *leave a comment saying who you want!*
34 Votes in Poll
Other *say in comments!*
29 Votes in Poll
Other *specify in comments!*
28 Votes in Poll
Give me the champion under 2400 Blue crystals
So before i start watching it, is the plot good? I’ve wasted SM time on shows with bad plots being like idk maybe it gets better but it never does i mean i LOVE the art style and aesthetics of it and it’d prolly be my (second) favorite show if it does (ngl this whole post is a mess but i hope you can like actually understand it)
Is it Vi's fault she pushed Powder, prompting her to join with Silco when they were kids?
Give me one I have 3 champs already and I need tips to get my first.
I am playing clash royale instead of LoL all day so It is slow to get my first champ.
So I am playing lol finishing the tutorials 20 days after I completed some of the tutorials but I am going to share my story of my introduction to LoL.
I first played Mobile Legends bang Bang (I regret this part, SEA person) and I uninstalled it for more memory. I saw a LoL: Wild Rift ad I downloaded it. Didn't know about riot accounts at the time so I uninstalled it a few years later I was introduced to VALORANT Riot Games' tactical shooter, after a few months I wanted to play the actual LoL (Garena) and did 2 tutorials and in my 20 day break I returned and currently updated it. I did play Wild Rift a few times in those 20 days. But hello everyone.
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