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LoR is the latest upcoming game for Riot, influenced by popular card games like Magic The Gathering and Hearthstone. Creating your deck out of prolific League of Legend champions. LoR is not just a replication of current strategy card games, though. By adding special fighting mechanics, Riot plans to give it a unique tone.
How to Play Legends of Runeterra
Players must build their decks with cards earned by playing games or purchasing cards. Each card will possess its own unique skills, and if the player is willing to take chances, the ability has the potential to become powerful. In Legends of Runeterra, if you want to succeed, you will need to think swiftly and cautiously before making a move.
The cards are divided into Riot’s six Runeterra regions of the world: Ionia, Piltower & Zaun, Demacia, Noxus, and the Freljord Islands. There is a new type of strategy in every region, and it is for the player to choose how and when to incorporate them. There are up to 40 cards for a deck, but only two cards can be used from each area.
You can freely select which card you’ll want to use and tactics to adopt. It’s time to start playing once you’ve created your deck. Each game features two sides, one attacking side and the other defending indicated by a sword or shield symbol. One of the players selects the card as the aggressor and the other attempts to withstand the incoming assault.
The aim of each Runeterra game is to eliminate the Nexus of your opponent. This is expressed by a total life beginning at 20, displayed on the left-hand side of the screen. You’ll start with four cards and you can replace (mulligan) any or all of them with other cards. If you act in the game first, your enemy will represent the attacker that round.
Legends of Runeterra Rounds
Each player draws a card, and the attacking/defending players switch, so this round will be defending if you attacked last round. Defenders get to act first in any round. Unspent mana is converted into spell mana from the previous round.
The attacker can transfer units onto the battlefield. The team defending can subsequently assign blockers. All players have the chance to cast Fast or Burst spells. The damage is dealt once both players pass priority.
Once both players have passed each other’s priority, regardless of whether or not action has been initiated, the round ends.
The result of the game depends on a variety of decisions. It’s not just the power of the deck cards, but also depends on how well the cards are used to vanquish an opponent or the risks your willing to take in the final stage in hopes of a comeback. It’s important to remember, Your opponent also has a turn for every move you make.
How to gain mana in Legends of Runeterra
You start each game with 1 mana, and this resource will be used to pay the cost of followers and spells. On the display to the right of the screen, the amount of mana you have each turn will be shown. You gain 1 mana for your spells after each round, if at the end of the previous round you had mana spare, you can exchange up to three mana to be used as spell mana in subsequent turns.
How to progress in Legends of Runeterra
Regular quests are yet another way of gaining experience and giving you something to do whenever you log in. Players can hold up to three quest at a time, so you’re not forced to play every single day.
All players receive a flood of new cards on Vault Day and an incentive to visit the deckbuilder. This is a weekly chance to share your pulls and create something different. Due to the randomness of Vault rewards, we can give you a bunch of cards and increase the amount you get based on how often you played the week before. Players that spend a lot of time in Runeterra will be awarded an improved Vault with more cards inside, additionally, a guaranteed champion at level 10 and above.
This is the primary way to broaden your collection and get the essentials that you need for any deck imaginable. You choose the region from which you unlock cards, so you don’t have to create a deck with anything you happened to get first. Whenever you like, you can swap regions to pursue other cards.
Shards and Wildcards
Choose exactly what you want, no guessing required, shards and wildcards can be used to unlock every card in the game, which ensures the keystone cards are always available for you to make any build.
Several wildcards and shards can be acquired just by playing, but other wildcards can be purchased in the shop which refills their stocks every week.
Lastly, any chest or card you receive, whether it’s from the Vault or the region rewards, can be improved and upgraded into something better!