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See the cinematic A New Dawn for a major example. Just look left (they’re similar plays, but different enough to make the game interesting).
This trope has always been kept in mind during champion development as to prevent unstable balance (hence Riot’s tendency to nerf strong champions rather than buff weaker champions), but typically when a champion with meta-challenging mechanics are introduced, they will almost assuredly not be considered adequately balanced until the next patch at the very least. I just test drove one today and will likely buy it.
League of legends
And then came ARURF.
Expected to be in contention with Edward Gaming for the second seed, Cloud9 had a good first week, losing only to SKT, as EDG massively under performed.
To fix that, some champions have their abilities, appearance, and even lore changed to bring a new champion to the game.
Similar to the team positions, the best way to learn up on a specific champion is to play five, ten, even twenty games with them at a time.
First Blood happens at an astounding 23 minutes into the game, and the game ends a mere 2 minutes later.