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There are three factions within this setting: the Gamers who are jumping into the gaming worlds, the natives of the game worlds, and rogue bosses who cause havoc in the game worlds. There are also variations within those factions.
, , and are the Holy Gaming Trinity, the goddesses of RGB destined to "save the game", while , , are more rounded "players" who have only just arrived in the game-verse. Another examples are and , with Veigar being a being on his own level - messing with the game code at will, fully conscious of where he is and what he can do, while Blitzcrank charges around driven solely by a copy of Poro Roundup.
- Arcade Villains
A boss hailing from a popular science fiction shooter, Blitzcrank is well known in the gaming community for cheap mechanics, powerful attacks, and a massive health pool. Veigar fittingly made him the gatekeeper of his personal fortress, because Veigar hates fun.
The fire boss from a bestselling action game, Brand has no intention of returning to his original machine. He'd rather see all of Arcade World burn to the ground, to be rebuilt in the image of the villains who rule it.
A boss hailing from a long-forgotten game cabinet, Malzahar broke free from the last remaining copy of his game to invade nearby machines. Now he has made his way to Arcade World, shredding the code of his enemies with an army of intelligent viruses.
A princess constantly in need of saving in the 1981 arcade port of “Super Ixaocan Bros.,” Qiyana needed very little convincing to empower herself with malignant Battle Boss code. She wasted no time testing her newfound abilities on the aforementioned Super Ixaocan Brothers. They're dead now. She lives in their castle.
Once merely a mini-boss with a Napoleon complex, Veigar has ripped into the code of Arcade World to summon hundreds of other bosses to his side. Together they'll stop at nothing to reach his ultimate goal: take the world for himself, and give the heroes a final Game Over.
One-time protagonist of the 1979 cult classic “Hasagi,” Yasuo was infected with Veigar's malignant code after the Battle Boss takeover of Arcadia. He maintains his impossibly complex gameplay patterns and high-damage attacks, but now fights for the forces of evil.
A boss originally from Super Yordle Bombers, Ziggs was transported to Arcade World for one purpose: blow up everything. Armed with his signature explosives (and the programming to use them!) he has wrought digital destruction the way only an angry mini-boss can.
Olaf vs Everything
- Series 2
- The Arcade World is known as Arcadia, as indicated by .
- Blitzcrank's Poro Roundup game was released in conjunction with the release of Arcade 2015 skins.
- was a mini-boss who ripped into Arcade World's code to summon an army of bosses to his side.
- , , , and are bosses in different games before joining Veigar's army.
- is a protagonist turned villain by Veigar.
- is a side character who gained power from Veigar and chose to become a Battle Boss, but wants to take over Arcadia for herself.
- Her backstory is possibly inspired by Princess Peach from the Mario franchise.
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