"How to Play League of Legends"

Topics: The Champions, John Byrne, The Black Wall Street Records Pages: 4 (1067 words) Published: October 16, 2014
Anna Bogen
ENG 101 037
September 8, 2014
How to Play League of Legends
My heart is racing, my palms are sweaty, I’m nervous and have chills going down my spine waiting for the perfect moment to attack. I see the opportunity. I attack the enemy full force with my four friends behind me. I slay each one effortlessly and carry myself to victory with my head held high. The excitement and enjoyment of the game is over, but another is ready to start. Can I succeed a second time?

League of Legends is an online game created by Riot games and is the most popular multiplayer online battle arena, or MOBA, in the world. For most, this game is an enjoyable and exciting pastime activity. For others, it is a competitive way to show who has the most skill. For these people who play this competitive, each game is an epic journey. There are four main things that you need to know to become a successful league player. The first is what the rules are and objective of the game is. The second is what champion and play style you prefer. The third is how to play the game. The final and most important thing you need to know is how to work with your team to claim victory. With a little effort and dedication, anyone can become a League of Legends player and experience the intense and rewarding moments that League has to offer. The first thing you need to know before becoming a League player is the rules and objective of the game. The objective of the game is to destroy the enemy Nexus, a building located inside the enemies base that is the energy source of the team. By destroying the Nexus, your team will automatically declare victory and the game will end. The rules are simple. Only use the champions, items, and resources given to you in-game and do not use any outside resources, or commonly referred to hacking. Hacking is when a player or team is given an unfair advantage inside the game that is not offered to the other team.

The second thing you will need to know is what...
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