ImpetuousPanda shares bios, stats and stories from the best LoR players in the world, as they ready to battle for the 2022 World Champion title.
MajiinBae shares how he evaluates new cards: comparing with existing cards, finding floors, and checking for synergies.
Woke shares tips about managing the factor we card gamers love to hate: RNG.
These are Boulevard’s top ten Americas players to watch in the upcoming Legends of Runeterra Regional Worlds Qualifiers.
All sorts of decks, new and old, are popping up – Monte & Leer take Zoe Teemo, Ornn Udyr, Viktor Lee Sin, Lulu Jinx and Teemo Norra for spin, to check how they feel in this brand-new meta.
Join Monte & Leer as they test-drive three Vayne decks and four Seraphine decks – including Monte’s own homebrews!
These are Boulevard’s picks for top ten Americas players to watch, in the upcoming Legends of Runeterra Awakening Seasonal.
You should 100% play Nami – she’s one of the strongest LoR Champs. But she currently comes in four regional flavors, so… which Nami deck should you go for?
Our bold voyagers brave these turbulent timelines – the blind monk’s back, Norra’s found a home and, yes, apparently Timelines is kinda okay.
Making your own ‘weird bad’ deck, and feeling good about it!
Codemanjack shares how to never truly lose in Legends of Runeterra: by learning from your losses. LP stands for Learning Points – spend them!
Boulevard introduces his Top Ten Players to Watch for the Legends of Runeterra ‘Forces from Beyond’ Seasonal Tournament!
Our voyagers test Darkness, Evelynn Viego, Akshan Kai’Sa and Thresh Nasus in Diamond and Masters – how do these decks fare after their nerfs and buffs?
MaRu Captain Jason Fleurant writes about why Competitive (or better said, as he explains in detail, Organized Play) is important for LoR.
Our Voyagers push through Diamond with two Gwen brews, Bard’s first deck, and… this must indeed be the darkest Timeline: Monte goes Deep!
Our heroes dive again into the paranormal Forces from Beyond meta. This time, they take a handful of new archetypes for a spin as they climb the Diamond ladder, and go back in time to search for answers to Illaoi Bard…
Monte and Leer make their first foray into the brand-new Forces From Beyond Expansion – join our heroes as they test the new champions, and do a reality check with some tried-and-true archetypes!
We all know the bombs from the new expansion, but what about the more subtly powerful cards? Here are 6 new cards you may be underestimating!
There are costs to including a powerful deck in your lineup – you should be willing to accept them or, like Bae, willing to play the deck despite them.
Boulevard introduces his Top 10 Players to Watch for the Worldwalker Seasonal!
In his first MaRu article, Boulevard reflects on the recent patch’s changes, and how they may affect the Ladder and upcoming Seasonal’s Meta.
Monte explains why, as LoR gets more champions, we’ll see more decks using three champions instead of the usual two.
MaRu Captain Jason Fleurant peeks behind the curtain to see what can be learned from the latest announcements
Kevor goes on a small introspective journey, and how he went from leaving MtG competition to being one of LoR’s best players.
Hint: you’re trying too hard to be cute.
Kevor just has to get some things off his chest. This might not be a strategy article, but who doesn’t like hot takes and drama?
Jae and Bae are joined by special guest Fresh Lobster to talk about their pasts with cards including poker, the current state + infrastructure of competitive in LoR and other card games, and what drives people to play.
If you’ve ever wanted to know how a competitive LoR team works, and what they do to prepare for tournaments – this is the article for you!
Santa ain’t lying: if you’ve been bad (player), you get punished. Luckily, here’s CastMin to help you avoid getting the coal!
CastMin interviews SWATblues, WhatAmI & MajiinBae after their Top 32 finish in the Seasonal Open Rounds.
Top 200 player Wamuu shares his tips on overcoming the anxiety that comes with the (sometimes brutal) ups and downs in the LoR Ladder,
Many people have been choosing Minimorph as the whipping boy for these Bandle decks but let’s not punish the card for the rest of the region’s sins.
A few years have passed since the end of Act One. Hextech gates are now fully operational in Piltover, heralding an era of progress and untold riches… and increased tension among Houses and criminal kingpings, as they wrestle each other for a slice of the Hextech pie.
Welcome back, awesome people. After unfolding the story of Demacia Targon in the last Time Capsule article, it is now time to talk about an elephant in the room that is not Armored Tuskrider but has a connection to it: Overwhelm.
Hi all, Shadawx here to go over the newly revealed cards we are getting with the Arcane mega-event that is coming out tomorrow, November 10th. There are 10 new cards in total and they all look very interesting so let’s dive right into it!
If you don’t like when your mom is telling you to eat vegetables or do some physical exercise every once in a while, then this article… is still something you should read. You are going to learn why and how practicing sports can make you a better gamer and, by default, a better Legends of Runeterra player.
We owe the first glimpses of brilliance for this archetype to my fellow Romanian player, The CatAsUs, as he was the pioneer of it. It was Duels of Runeterra #17 when he first presented it to the world in a line-up focused on countering Scouts as the prevalent threat of the meta
What’s up, gamers? Monte here, back to bring you guys another RubinZoo stream recap! This week’s recap won’t be quite as long as the previous one and I’ve attempted to put sub-header’s with timestamps for every major point. There was a lot of discussion surrounding the changes to Targon in the last patch so I’ve clustered those into their own section.
As the season ramps up and we enter another, 1024 spots open up once again for players of every region to battle for the title of Seasonal Champion. Every season, you’ve tuned into the Legends of RuneTerra stream to watch the players deck it out, but you’ve never been on the opposite side of the screen. Have you ever wanted to? It might not be as far away as it seems.
Its Jasensational, back at it again to review the latest patch together with all of you. With patch 2.18 introducing a whopping 25+ nerfs and buffs to cards, there’s a lot to cover.
Today I will be teaching you how to improve while hanging out with people in voice chats, based on the experiences that I mentioned before and why this process is going to make you a better player.
Hopefully, this will provide some useful information for your last-minute dash to the starting line. Don’t worry, I’ll chronoshift to the future and write additional articles on how to prepare a month and a week before a major tournament.
Without the aspect of LANs, pro players are not receiving nearly as much recognition as their Valorant or League of Legends counterparts, one comes to wonder; What is it like to be a pro player in LoR?
Legends of Runeterra really is the best CCG and in this article we break down exactly what makes it so great and why you should play it!