Legends of Runeterra

In Legends of Runeterra, you create a deck by selecting cards and heroes from several factions to create a cross-faction synergy. Runeterra is a sophisticated deck builder in this regard, but despite the large amount of cards, it’s very simple to grasp because most of the synergies revolve around your champions. It’s in the title: the ‘Legends’ of Runeterra are what make this a hero-driven deck builder with such a unique flavor.

After you’ve built your deck, you’ll face off against an opponent, taking turns attacking and defending while drawing a new card each time. Your goal is to lower the opposing nexus to 0 points, which you can do in a number of methods, the best of which is to attack. Any attack (excluding Elusive units) can be blocked, but the goal of the game is to break through your opponent’s defenses using spells, unit abilities, and outright deception. But it’s Legends of Runeterra’s take on the mana system that sets it apart.

On mobile, Hearthstone popularized the mana-based concept, in which you play cards based on their cost with a slowly expanding pool of mana. However, mana was frequently wasted in Hearthstone due to a lack of cost-appropriate cards to play. Instead of throwing away surplus mana, Legends of Runeterra has devised a clever solution: a portion of it is redirected to your spell pool, thereby recycling the wasted potential into a new resource.

Spell mana is used to cast spells, as you would have guessed. Wonderful spells with a wide range of types and casting speeds. Your spell mana builds up to three points, allowing you to cast more potential magic per round without depleting your playing unit’s mana pool. But, you might ask, why would I desire magic when I can play a unit? In Legends of Runeterra, magic has the power to totally change the tide.

You can cast spells while blocking or attacking, allowing you to completely change the dynamics of a battle. The other player can also cast spells at the same time, either negating yours or adding another impact to the mix. It’s similar to poker in that you’re bluffing what you’ve got while simultaneously increasing the stakes with each spell you add.


Legends of Runeterra, in this strategy card game, skill, not luck, determines your success. To unleash unique card synergies and outplay your opponent. Mix and combine renowned champions, allies, and locations of Runeterra.

Riot Games’ Legends of Runeterra (LoR) is a digital collectible card game set to be released in 2020. The developers were inspired by the physical collectible card game Magic: The Gathering to build a game in the same genre with a substantially lower entry barrier. The game has been free-to-play since its release in April 2020, with cosmetics available for purchase. The game is available for Microsoft Windows as well as the iOS and Android mobile operating systems.

Players compete one-on-one to lower their opponent’s health to zero, just like in other collectible card games. Cards are divided into 10 areas, each of which contains a group of cards with a similar gameplay identity. The game’s combat tempo is one of its most notable features. Unlike other collectible card games, each player rotates between attacking and defending each turn.

The game features many characters from Riot Games’ League of Legends, a multiplayer online battle arena. The game’s cards are flavored and themed by the fictitious realm of Runeterra. Which distributed by the creator through short tales, comic books, and an animated series.

Critics have praised Legends of Runeterra for its generous advancement mechanics, intuitive gameplay. And high-quality visuals, and the game has earned multiple industry awards.




Because of the dynamic, alternating gameplay, you can always react and counter, but your opponent can as well. Select from a variety of champion cards to add in your deck. Each with a unique mechanic based on their League of Legends skills.

Champions start off as powerful cards, but with the right strategy. They can level up and become even more spectacular. The more you play, the more you may also level up your champions. And gain Champion Mastery crests.



Every champion and ally in the game hails from one of Runeterra’s many regions. Demacia, Noxus, Freljord, Piltover & Zaun, Ionia, Targon, Shurima, the Shadow Isles. And Bandle City are among the nine regions where you can find cards.

Examine how different champions and areas interact. Also, to provide you with distinct advantages over your opponents. In an ever-evolving meta, combine, adapt, and experiment with frequent new releases.





Each decision you make in PvE affects your adventure. As you progress throughout the world. React to various encounters, acquire and equip power-ups, unlock new champions, and face new challenges. The adversaries will get stronger, but so will you—and the longer you play, the more endings you’ll find.




Earn cards for free, or use shards and wildcards to buy exactly what you want. You’re in charge of your collection, and you’ll never have to pay for random packs of cards. While you can also always buy certain champions. You can quickly finish your collection without spending any money.

Whether you win or lose, each combat provides you with valuable experience and advancement. Change regions as frequently as you like to see which location you want to explore first. And unlock the cards that appeal to you. You’ll also get additional companions, spells, and champions as you go.

You’ll also be able to unlock chests from the Vault once a week. The more you play, the more these chests level up. Increasing also the rarity of the cards inside from common to champion. They can also include wildcards, which can used to create whatever card you want without having to guess.


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