Riot Forged quits Ruined King: A League of Legends Story on November 16 to everyone’s surprise.
Since the first trailer was released in 2020, Tournament fans know which champions will be featured in the game. From Braum to Yasuo, champions from across Runeterra converge in Bilgewater to deal with Viego, the King of Destruction. But early in the game, players will notice that there are a few more champions that are not mentioned or seen in the trailers.
This is all League the champion is present in King of Ruinsand some may appear in the game.
Viego and Thresh
Before entering the game, the player views a scene from several centuries before the events of the game take place. The first champion they encounter is Viego, still human, who takes hold of a lifeless Isolde and sets her down in the waters of the Blessing Islands. She awakens from the dead and stabs her lover and king, driving him insane. Several centuries passed and a Chained Warden was seen walking towards the Ruined King’s sword, awakening its owner.
Since the release of the game name, League fans know Viego will appear as the final boss. And even if Ruined King The story is so deeply intertwined with Thresh’s story, it’s unlikely that he would appear so early in the story.
With the story taking place in Bilgewater, it’s no surprise that some of the city’s main characters make an appearance in the game. Sarah Fortune, or Miss Fortune, is one of the main characters and champion of King of Ruins. She is the first playable character that fans can use to adapt and learn how to play.
Another champion from League present in King of Ruins is Illaoi, Priestess of Kraken. She’s present in the game as both a tank and a healer, leading fans through the streets of Bilgewater while accompanied by a few followers of the god known as Nagakabourous.
Another Bilgewater based champion we would have missed if he wasn’t in King of Ruins the game is Bloodharbor Ripper, Pyke. He is introduced indirectly by Illaoi in one of the first scenes where she appears. The nun spoke of this “tormentor” walking the streets (and docks) of Bilgewater, bringing chaos and murder.
Contrary to the last two characters introduced, the next entry is not so obvious. The heart of the Freljord is not exactly a champion League Fans will expect to find wandering the streets of Bilgewater. But Braum is one of the playable characters in King of Ruins game. It’s still not clear how or why one of the most played characters in the snowy region came to Bilgewater, but we can stay “safe” because we’re with Braum.
Ahri and Yasuo
The other two champions that are not from the seas where the game is set are Ahri and Yasuo. Both characters arrive in Bilgewater on a ship that departs from Ionia, both in search of something, although it is unclear what their ultimate goal is.
They will be part of the championship team that can be played in King of ruins.
Champions may appear
There may be a few other champions appearing in King of Ruins game. Among the possible candidates, the most likely is Gangplank. Mentioned first in the story by Miss Fortune, who says he’s dead, Gangplank may appear later in the story as one of the game’s bosses.
The story is set in Bilgewater, but one of the places we can see and visit in the game is the Shadow Isles. Many champions and characters from League the universe came from that distant and dark region. Among them are treants, once nature spirits in the form of sentient plants that have been destroyed by domination and roam the cursed lands. In the latest trailer released, a treant that looks like Maokai briefly appeared.
Ruined King: A League of Legends Story Now available on Nintendo Switch, Xbox One, PlayStation 4 and PC.
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