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Legend of the Poro King

Legend of the Poro King mode

Legend of the Poro King is a temporary game mode released for the Snowdown Showdown event. Its first appearance was in 2014. Players fight on the Howling Abyss icon Howling Abyss, with the goal is still to destroy the enemy nexus. Beside that, players try to summon the Poro King Poro King to aid sieging.

The mode was released with either All Random or Blind pick drafting.



Draft type: Reroll All random or Blind pick
Players: 5
Map: Howling Abyss
Mode type:
Win Condition: Destroy enemy team's nexus.


Summoner spells[]

When playing the Legend of the Poro King, your regular summoner spells are replaced with two new ones exclusive to this mode, Poro Toss Poro Toss / Poro Dash Poro Dash and To the King! To the King!. Unsealed Spellbook Unsealed Spellbook does not allow access to regular summoner spells.

Poro Toss / Poro Dash[]

"Cast Poro Toss once and sling your smaller poro across the Abyss. The range is way, way longer than you expect. And don’t worry, the poros love a good toss. After landing a hit, trigger Poro Toss again to Poro Dash, flying to your poro’s target. It’s like Lee Sin’s Q, but more endearing. Finally, when your team lands ten Poro Tosses, you summon the Poro King."[1]

Poro Toss / Poro Dash

Poro Toss

Active: Throws a Poro Poro a long distance, dealing 30 − 200 (based on level) true damage to the first enemy unit hit. Poro Toss can be recast for the next 3 seconds after it hits an enemy to cast Poro Dash.

ProfileIcon0749 INCOMING PORO!

Recast: Your champion Dash surges into the target struck by Poro Toss while being Untargetable icon untargetable. Dashing to the target will reduce Poro Toss' cooldown by 5 seconds.

"Poros are a model of Runeterran aerodynamics."

  • Riot Games does not make responsible for the seemingly reckless use of Poro Toss, if PETA ask, the Poros Poros are fake

To The King![]

"When the Poro King is on the scene and your team, activate To the King! to poro-fy yourself and rocket to your liege. It’s like Lee Sin’s Safeguard, but more endearing."[1]

To the King!

To the King!

Passive: Hitting an enemy champion with a Poro Poro gives your team a To the King! Poro Mark. Upon reaching 10 To the King! Poro Marks, your team summons the Poro King Poro King to fight alongside them. While the Poro King Poro King is active, no To the King! Poro Marks can be scored by either team.

Active: Dash Dash to the Poro King's Poro King's side while being Untargetable icon untargetable. Can only be cast when the Poro King Poro King is summoned for your team.

"Poros tug the heartstrings. The rest of you just comes along for the ride."

  • Riot Games does not make responsible for the constant commitment of magnicide against his royal highness, but it's responsible of Poros Poros injured in the process by the wretched and soulless teams.

Poro King[]

The Poro King is benevolent and will aid whichever team has summoned him. He can be dispelled, but only to return again when enough favor has been curried with him. As a tanky siege minion, he brings an impressive power boost to whichever team he's aiding.

Players can also feed him with Snax to trigger his special abilities.

New Items[]

Balance Changes[]

All Howling Abyss specific balance changes apply.


  • While playing this mode, each champion is followed by two poros. These poros change appearance when using one of the new poro summoner icons.[1] For the list of icons, go to Media/Icons tab.
  • The summoner spell Poro Toss Poro Toss/Poro Dash Poro Dash was later implemented on the ARAM mode. The ARAM version spells are called Mark Mark and Dash Dash.


Patch History[]