League fans edit official animation into opening anime

In addition to recent Netflix movies and animated series Arcane, League of Legends Fans don’t have many people to watch as the stories of their favorite champions intertwine and evolve into long-standing legends of the past. This has led many fans to envision ways League may participate in other visual works in the future.

One of these fans took the story of two famous champions and created an anime opening for it, as seen in a video posted on Reddit. Use Spirit Blossom and The 2019 season begins animation as the base, this fan has put together the opening for a potential anime series revolving around a pair of brothers, Yasuo and Yone, and the trials and tribulations that have led them to where they are now. League.

Iconic first grand opening for Sword Art OnlineLiSA’s “Crossing Fields,” which plays on this brilliantly crafted fan concept, adds a layer of suspense around an animation that highlights the difficult relationship these brothers have . In a typical anime opening, the creators start off with the opening by building Yasuo and Yone’s relationship, slowly moving into action as the music gets more intense. The opening ends with a wide shot of Yasuo and Yone after their battle, as if giving fans a tease of what they can expect to see at some point in the anime. .

Although this is just a concept made by a fan, just put the different bits and pieces together League cinematography and animations are likely to generate great hype about a hypothetical new animated series for the game in the future. However, at this time, no such series has been announced or teased to come to fruition.

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