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This template contains various independently retrievable data items about Block in the form of parameter values of a variable template of choice, in a standardized fashion.

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Keyword Block
Block
Effects that Keyword Trigger trigger when you Block, will happen immediately when a block is committed. Blocks are committed by pressing The Button.

After a player commits an Keyword Attack attack, it becomes the other player's turn, and they can block. The blocking player can drag Unit card units to declare them blocking specific attacking units, 1 attacker to 1 blocker. Not all attackers have to be blocked. Spell card Spells can be Keyword Play played on the same turn a block is committed. If any blocking units are committed or any spells are played, the attacking player can respond with their own spells, with normal spell response rules following. After both players have passed, the Keyword Strike striking starts.

Battling units Keyword Strike strike each other, starting from the leftmost, progressing to the rightmost. If the attacking unit's committed blocker was removed from the battlefield/from blocking before they attack and the attacker doesn't have Keyword Overwhelm Overwhelm, they don't strike. If they weren't blocked, they'll strike the enemy LoR Blue NexusLoR Red Nexus Nexus.

After the striking is finished, it is the Blocking player's turn. There are various effects that can affect whether a unit can block or be blocked, for example Keyword Can't Block Can't Block, Keyword Fearsome Fearsome, Keyword Elusive Elusive, and units being Keyword VulnerableKeyword Challengerchallenged.


Parameters

Parameter Value Description
1 Lor block Necessary: Used for identification.
disp_name Block Display Name
Only necessary if the value differs from Lor block.
link Keywords (Legends of Runeterra)/Block Link
Only necessary if it should link to a different page.
description Effects that Keyword Trigger trigger when you Block, will happen immediately when a block is committed. Blocks are committed by pressing The Button. Description
description2 After a player commits an Keyword Attack attack, it becomes the other player's turn, and they can block. The blocking player can drag Unit card units to declare them blocking specific attacking units, 1 attacker to 1 blocker. Not all attackers have to be blocked. Spell card Spells can be Keyword Play played on the same turn a block is committed. If any blocking units are committed or any spells are played, the attacking player can respond with their own spells, with normal spell response rules following. After both players have passed, the Keyword Strike striking starts.

Battling units Keyword Strike strike each other, starting from the leftmost, progressing to the rightmost. If the attacking unit's committed blocker was removed from the battlefield/from blocking before they attack and the attacker doesn't have Keyword Overwhelm Overwhelm, they don't strike. If they weren't blocked, they'll strike the enemy LoR Blue NexusLoR Red Nexus Nexus.

After the striking is finished, it is the Blocking player's turn. There are various effects that can affect whether a unit can block or be blocked, for example Keyword Can't Block Can't Block, Keyword Fearsome Fearsome, Keyword Elusive Elusive, and units being Keyword VulnerableKeyword Challengerchallenged.
Description2
type Buzzword Type
image
Keyword Block
Keyword Block.png
Image, including filetype.
image2
image3
interrupts Interrupts (CC)
reduction Reduction (CC)
resist Resist (CC)
removal Removal (CC)
footer Description that is placed at the bottom of all other things.

All tip data templates use the same parameter.

Retrieval of data items

{{data Lor block|pst2|interrupts}}, using parameter selection template Template:Pst2, gives the parameter interrupts, etc.

For retrieval of more data items it is more efficient to prepare a template for that, to be used as follows:

{{data Lor block|template name|..|..|..|..}}

so that this data template needs to be called only once.[1] The default template is Template:Tip data, producing this page.

The four parameters are optional, they are passed on to the prepared template as parameters 2-5.

A parameter being undefined or empty typically means the same, see below. {{data ..|pst2|..}} gives the empty string and the text "{{{..}}}", respectively. Therefore, an application checking the parameter has to check both. Checking whether a result is equal to e.g. the text "{{{popinc}}}" cannot be done directly with #ifeq in a template which itself has also a parameter with that name, because if that is defined, there would be a comparison with the value instead of the text itself. Instead, it can be checked whether the first character of the result is "{", e.g.: {{#ifeq:{{padleft:|1|{{data {{{continent}}}|pst2|popinc}}}}|{|..|..}}. Until here the documentation is automatically generated by Template:Tip data.

References

  1. See the first two rows of the first table in m:Help:Array#Summary of counts for template limits.
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