There are many champions in League of Legends who teach us that -- no matter who you are -- itís extremely important to make sure that you have the right tools of the trade. Take Orianna, the Clockwork Girl, for instance. Anywhere she goes, youíll see her mysterious, spherical pet following her about.
The befuddlement over Oriannaís mechanical pet started when we found this schematic while rummaging through a few art department sketches. After every member of the Art Team failed to identify it, we began to deliberate about what its mysterious origins might be. While waiting for the results of our highly scientific in-house carbon dating tests, the greatest historians at Riot games have been busily speculating about its possible origins. Theories range from diagrams of a lost Viking rune stone, to blueprints from a first edition Jules Verne novel, to a discarded schematic from Leonardo Da Vinciís notebook.
But then, where would the Vikings get the technology for a clockwork contraption? What use is a mechanized sphere when youíre 20,000 leagues under the sea? What would Da Vinci want with schematics for a mechanical ball? After debunking all these theories, only one thing became clear: Oriannaís contraption was no ordinary ball.