: This isn't exactly what you are looking for with a video but describes the roles of different types of champions pretty well. https://na.leagueoflegends.com/en/news/game-updates/gameplay/dev-blog-classes-subclasses
> [{quoted}](name=AlienPrimate,realm=NA,application-id=3ErqAdtq,discussion-id=8O26HAGr,comment-id=0000,timestamp=2019-06-17T00:21:12.896+0000) > > This isn't exactly what you are looking for with a video but describes the roles of different types of champions pretty well. > > https://na.leagueoflegends.com/en/news/game-updates/gameplay/dev-blog-classes-subclasses This comes pretty close actually, and I'm pretty sure it was around this time period when they released this that I found the aforementioned video I'm looking for XD Thanks for the share though!
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: Nautilus lore - what's most important to you?
Nautilus has been my main since season 2 (RIP Heart of Gold), and he has endured well throughout all the changes Valoran. His kit has been incredibly reliable, and I feel it has reflected his lore quite well. Since I saw another comment earlier bringing up Lovecraft, I feel that is reflected strongly in his lore, as his kit certainly brings a great amount of "fear" to the game as people try to avoid him at all costs. With "A New Dawn", that terror is made abundantly clear as he demolishes trees to get at Jax, pulling what little remains of him out of the dust, then proceeding to bring Ahri and Graves to his mercy until finally he is defeated by a tower collapsing on him. He reminds me of the Big Daddies off of Bioshock, in that you know he has a human quality to him, but that it's overshadowed by the grotesque and unkillable machine he has become. Visually and lore-wise, I've both enjoyed and have been frustrated at the lack of connection the mysterious blackness that took him has to anything else in the world, and I have often wondered if it was either essence of the Shadow Isles taking possession of him, or something from the void corrupting him. The frustrating part about it is that he, like many other champs (looking at you Jax and Fiddlesticks) have little connection to anything current in the world. With the introduction of Illaoi, I postulated that perhaps you would move him to have some connection with Nagakabouros, explaining why he has some form of control over water, and with his current lore, I have more reason to believe that he's some sort of "Holy Knight of Cthulu" or "Davy Jones" archetype. Compared to the other big-and-scary champs like Cho and Sion, that lack of clear connection and purpose does irk me somewhat. TL;DR - Naut be scary, his lore be scary, his connections to the world-lore need to be refined to give him reason to be even more scary.
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: That's not Singed either, though fair question certainly.
Are we finally getting a Bioforged Sion owo?
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PWYFF (NA)
: [4.11] Live Gameplay Patch Forecast
I hope I'm not too late in asking this; In regard to Tank jungle items, why not have an item that capitalizes on the amount of crowd control a Tank can dish out? Or maybe a jungle item that operates similar to Thornmail, but in the jungle? (The Bladed Armor mastery kinda already accomplishes this though)

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