From Friday, December 3rd, through Monday, December 6th, the Warrior Princess Sivir, Angler Jax, and Royal Shaco skins will be available for 50% off.
Warrior Princess Sivir skin (regularly 975 RP) will be only 487 RP!
Angler Jax skin (regularly 975 RP) will be only 487 RP!
Royal Shaco skin (regularly 520 RP) will be only 260 RP!
Summary from the Designers
This patch is focused upon the following main issues:
Date: 26 November, 20 CLE
A distinctly foul odor permeating the air announces the troll’s arrival. The sounds of scraping nails, labored breathing, and dirty feet scrabbling across the pristine marble floors reach the Great Hall before Trundle does. He is frighteningly out of place in the halls of the Institute of War, surrounded by gleaming decor while barely discernable rags hang off his body in some semblance of modesty. He shifts his grip on a makeshift club, an unwieldy weapon that is as long as his entire body. His skin bubbles with sores and scars, sloughing off in chunks from his body. It is amazing that he still has any flesh at all.
Those of you who have been following the Journal of Justice know that there has been trouble brewing in Valoran between the sovereign city-states of Ionia and Noxus. For the first time in the history of Runeterra, you will be able to witness the resolution to that conflict live!
From Tuesday, November 30th, to Friday December 3rd, Molten Rammus will be 50% off. Forsaken Olaf and Glacial Olaf will also discounted by 50% to celebrate Brolaf joining the Fields of Justice.
Molten Rammus skin (regularly 975 RP) will be only 487 RP!
Forsaken Olaf skin (regularly 520 RP) will be only 260 RP!
Glacial Olaf skin (regularly 520 RP) will be only 260 RP!
With so many of you telling us how much you enjoyed Swain art spotlight we published six weeks ago, we knew we had to do this again. Today we’re proud to bring you a new art spotlight showing how the Trundle artwork was created. Trundle might be an ugly troll, but that doesn’t mean his artwork wasn’t lovingly drawn by Wesley “RiotRoadkill” Keil, whose work we’ve captured and time-lapsed to 108x speed.