Perhaps one of the most anticipated patches since the release of Rising Tides, 1.6 is finally here and brings with it not only an exciting new event but also a ton of highly impactful balance changes!
Legends of Runeterra has had copious different meta environments. Despite this, there have seemingly always been a handful of cards or archetypes that stand out as dominant.
But where do the new changes to epics fall in the grand scheme of things? Let’s take a look at the changed cards and whether or not these balance adjustments are impacting the early 1.4 meta.
Our favorite mustachioed Freljordian received an unexpected rework in 1.4 update. Deckbuilders have spent the last few days tinkering with Braum to find where he fits best. In this article, I will share my first impressions of Braum’s rework and the new decks that are cropping up.
Recently Alexz Lee, Design Lead for the Rising Tides expansion, took to Twitter to ask folks what changes they would like to see to some of the underplayed Epic cards in Patch 1.4. I put my thoughts on the matter to proverbial “paper” to share with you all.
Tempo Sejuani have established itself as a top-tier meta deck since Patch 1.2 and has been successful climbing ladder as well as securing high finishes in tournaments. In this article, we’ll cover the overall gameplan of the archetype and then dive into specific card choices and matchup strategies.
Nothing is perfect. We have heard it over and over again. And card games are certainly no exception – even with frequent updates, and as polished as LoR is, it is not without problems.
Legends of Runeterra is new. It’s fresh. And it has plenty of wonderful qualities that make it worth giving a shot.
The random aspect of card games is often what makes them fun. It provides thought-provoking moments where your decision-making will determine a victor. But what exactly is randomness?
Legends of Runeterra Rising Tides Expansion Constructed Review: Noxus, Piltover & Zaun, Shadow Isles
This is the last of Rising Tides review articles as we’re wrapping things up with the three remaining regions. If you are wondering where is best to spend your shards and/or wildcards, you’ve come to the right place!
The Rising Tides expansion may have added Bilgewater as a new region to Legends of Runeterra, but the 6 pre-existing regions got some new toys as well! In this article I will cover the new cards introduced to Demacia, Freljord, and Ionia.
A whole set of cards entering the mix at once can be a bit overwhelming. As such, this Constructed Review series of articles provides a baseline to gauge which cards you should be spending your valuable wildcards on.