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Ivern is no longer a friend of the jungle on the League of Legends PBE

Ivern, the Green Father, is a uniquely designed jungler that can’t attack jungle monsters and instead creates magical groves that grow over time and, in the end, grant Ivern gold and experience. On the League of Legends PBE, which is currently testing a series of preseason changes, Ivern is no longer a friend of the jungle. This means that he can, for the first time in his existence, attack jungle monsters 메이저토토 and they even strike him back.




Vandril, the professional bug hunter, has stuck again 메이저토토사이트 and discovered that Ivern can now attack jungle monsters. But it doesn’t stop there. Not only can Ivern now attack jungle camps, but they can act aggressively towards him and can kill him unless reset or smitten. Initially tested only on the Red Brambleback, this interaction extends even to other jungle camps like raptors. Still, Ivern can use his passive even though he’s in combat and smite the camp to immediately end these vicious attacks 메이저사이트


This interaction is clearly a bug and an undesired result of loads of preseason changes shipped on Oct. 3. So, you have nothing to worry about 메이저놀이터 since Riot will surely address these bugs soon. In the meantime, you can still clear your jungle normally as an Ivern as long as you avoid casting Rootcaller in close proximity to jungle camps.

League junglers only want one thing, and it’s getting nerfed




Scuttle Crab are neutral monsters on Summoner’s Rift living in both the north and south side of the river, so it’s no surprise Scuttle Crab has easily been the most important objective in junglers’ lives since they were added back in season four.


Over the years, we’ve seen a handful of changes to this most wanted creature on Summoner’s Rift, with the latest one being released during season 11 that added a shield to Scuttle Crab and nerfed gained experience, health pool, and its size. After a year of living in peace, Scuttle Crab is getting changed 메이저놀이터


Designer and mod at League of Legends’ PBE, Spideraxe, revealed today that Scuttle Crab is getting nerfed. The Scuttle Crab 안전놀이터 will no longer have the initial shield that can be DPSed through, broken by smiting it, or CCing it. Other than that, Scuttle Crab will remain unchanged for now. Still, the Scuttle Crab is still a great 먹튀검증 point of contention between two opposing junglers, so we might see Riot target it with some further changes in the future.



Nonetheless, Scuttle Crab will probably stay the 먹튀검증사이트 most desired girl on Summoner’s Rift, which will cost teams and teams of games because their junglers simply can’t stay away from her.

Welcome to prime time: Day one of Worlds 2022 groups has some of the best on-paper League matchups of the year

If you’ve been waiting to see the best League of Legends teams battle on Summoner’s Rift, then you better set your schedules for 메이저사이트 when the 2022 World Championship hits the Big Apple.


The first day of the tournament’s group stage is filled with incredible matchups from start to finish and should keep every supporter on the edge 토토사이트추천 of their seats, whether you’re screaming in the stands at the Hulu Theater in New York City or watching along at home on the various streaming broadcasts on Twitch and YouTube




The schedule for the first day of groups on Oct. 7 includes matchups between:


Cloud9 vs. Fnatic

G2 Esports vs. DWG KIA

CFO Flying Oyster vs. 100 Thieves

JD Gaming vs. Evil Geniuses

T1 vs. Edward Gaming

Gen.G vs. Royal Never Give Up

To start off the day, we get to add another 토토사이트 chapter in the perpetual rivalry between Europe and North America when C9 take on Fnatic. Two of the most storied organizations in Western history will collide once more. The last time these two teams stepped onto a stage together was back in 2018 when they faced off during the semifinals of that year’s Worlds 먹튀검증사이트

KOI joins forces with Rogue, creates ‘strategic alliance’ to compete in LEC for 2023 season

Esports organizations Rogue and KOI have entered a “strategic alliance” that will be kicking off next year, allowing KOI to finally join the LEC. For the 2023 Spring Split, Rogue will rebrand to KOI, but the current LEC management 메이저토토 will be in charge of running the main League of Legends team.


“I couldn’t be more proud of KOI and what 메이저토토사이트 we’ve been able to achieve in such a short period of time,” KOI co-owner Ibai Llanos said. “This partnership with Rogue just accelerates our growth and broadens our opportunities to provide the most engaging and exciting experiences for our fans.”


In August, reports circulated around a possible merger between the two organizations and also mentioned that Rogue would keep its spot in the LEC while moving its European Regional League team from the Ultraliga to Spain’s LVP Superliga. But official details around roster moves are not known 메이저사이트


Even still, combining the reach of KOI’s branding along with Rogue’s ability to build and discover talent in League should be a match made in heaven for both organizations. Both teams have impressive fan bases and should become even stronger now that they’ll be working under the same banners.


“Having established Rogue as a world-leading talent 메이저놀이터 factory with championship winning teams, we could not be more thrilled to be working with KOI,” ReKT Global vice-president Anna Baumann said. “With this alliance, we can up the game and serve our fans even more industry-leading entertaining content, all while continuing to build Ibai’s legacy in esports.”


While waiting for this new merger to take effect in 2023, fans can watch Rogue in action when their League team takes the stage at the 2022 World Championship on Friday, Oct. 7.

League of Legends Is Group D the least competitive group at Worlds 2022?

Now the play-in stage is over, the 2022 League of Legends World Championship action will continue with the group stage starting on Oct. 7. This phase will feature four different groups, with the top two moving on to the knockout bracket.


Fans already have an idea of how all the 토토사이트 other groups stack up, and Group D will be the last one to round everything off. The home heroes 100 Thieves will be facing three Eastern teams this year: Royal Never Give Up (LPL fourth seed), Gen.G (LCK first seed), and CTBC Flying Oyster (PCS first seed).




While they don’t have to beat all of them, 100T will 토토사이트추천 still have to perform better than two of them to advance. Does the team have the potential of fighting for a top-two finish? Here’s our preview of Worlds 2022 Group D.


Gen.G — The LCK Superteam


The Korean first seed Gen.G are the favorites to get out of Group D. The LCK Summer Champions went 17-1 during the Summer Split and only lost one game in the Summer Playoffs.


Led by their two carries Ruler and Chovy, Gen.G has put together one of the most formidable rosters in recent history.


Peanut reached his best form ever, even better than when he was playing on SKT, with great proactivity and smart ganks; Doran has had steady improvements and despite being a weakside player, he averages positive gold and exp differential at 15 minutes, according to League stat sites Games of Legends; support Lehends is known for his wide champion pool, having played 13 different champions, including his iconic 메이저사이트 Singed, on Summoner’s Rift.


Gen.G’s main concern should be finding the best playstyle for the Worlds meta since bot lane might not be as impactful as it was before. As a result, the shift of power from the bot lane has caused the jungle and mid lane synergy to become even more crucial for success: Peanut and Chovy’s performances will be the key to Gen.G’s run.




RNG — Tougher than expected

Royal Never Give Up had to fight their way to the group stage after being seeded into play-ins. While it was expected to be an easy run, play-ins proved to be a lot more tricky.


The LPL’s fourth seed surprisingly lost their opening game against DRX, which essentially meant they would lose direct access to the group stage.


As a result, the Chinese team ended second in their group and were forced to play an additional series against the LJL’s DetonatioN FocusMe, who made the impressive feat of also taking one game from RNG when many expected it to be a clean sweep.



Now the team made it to the group stage, it will be crucial for them to fix the small issues encountered in play-ins, especially during drafts. RNG has picked a number of champions so far, but they have avoided playing top picks like Miss Fortune, Hecarim, and Maokai. Not having these power picks might be a great disadvantage for them in the long run.



In general, though, the team still has a lot of positives. Top laner Breathe racked up a total of seven solo kills during play-ins, acting as a key player in mid-game skirmishes for RNG’s victories. GALA and Xiaohu continue to impress as carries of the team. Both have dealt more than 26 percent of the team’s total damage output in play-ins, according to Games of Legends. Apart from a few mispositions by support Ming, RNG played solidly.


RNG is expected to make it in the top two, but the Chinese team will need to understand how close they are in terms of skill level to their groupmates and carefully navigate the matchups to make a solid run through Worlds.


CFO — the underdogs of Group D


Founded by CTBC Sports Entertainment, CTBC Flying Oyster are the first seed from the Pacific Championship Series, having won the 2022 Summer Split Playoffs.


After acquiring the PCS spot from Machi Esports at the beginning of the season, the team finished second behind PSG Talon in the region’s spring season. While it was expected to see them continue their streak of impeccable results into the summer, few expected them to win playoffs. What was even more impressive, though, was how they didn’t lose a single series; they dominated everyone in the upper bracket, including PSG Talon, and then swept BYG 3-0 in the finals.


Despite being a new org, the players on the roster are all veterans with many years of competitive experience. Most of them even have already competed at previous Worlds. ADCs Shunn and Atlen are the only exceptions; this will be the first international tournament of their career.




The 20-year-old Shunn will be the starting ADC for Worlds. During the Summer Split, he and Atlen split time on stage, but Shunn competed during playoffs. With CFO being his first competitive League experience, the Taiwanese player has already earned a golden chance to prove himself on the biggest stage of the season.


But the real shining point of the roster is their mid laner Mission. He has consistently dealt one-third of the team’s total damage output throughout summer thanks to his control mages. Viktor and Taliyah have been his most-used picks. Expect them to be present at Worlds as well. Together with him, top laner Rest also stood out this last split: mostly a weakside player, he makes his presence clear during the crucial teamfights, which are the team’s specialty.


CFO isn’t a highly proactive team in the early game. They prefer to play conservatively and wait for the carries to hit the right item spikes. Nonetheless, they are quite smart in punishing over-aggressive enemies and build their leads from there. Once it gets to the later stages, they rely on composure and the right openings to initiate fights.


100T — Are they NA’s best hope?

The home heroes are going to be the main subjects at Worlds 2022. Based on how EG played against MAD, there are higher hopes for fans compared to previous years.




Despite losing to C9, 100T remained among the top two of the LCS for the majority of the season. It’s evident coach Reapered brought the Korean low-volatility philosophy to the team; 100T relies on strong macro play and focus on objective control as well as vision denial to find the best openings for teamfights.



100T has the traditional lineup with a weak side top laner, mid laner Abbeddagge and ADC FBI acting as the two primary carries, and jungler Closer being the playmaker for the team. The team has large champion pools and flexibility across all roles, which might come in handy in the second round-robin after teams have figured out how to draft against each other.


While the team might not be the top-performers of NA, 100T had the luck of making it to one of the least competitive groups at Worlds this year.


Aside from Gen.G who should be prevailing over everyone else, the second place will be a three-way fight between RNG, CFO and 100T. While RNG are expected to advance, they showed shaky performances in play-ins and it can be a chance for the LCS team to take a win off them.


Considering the fact RNG will have less time to prepare for the group stage, 100T (and CFO) might make the upset happen. The chances are there, but it will be up to the North American roster to grab the opportunity when it comes 메이저놀이터