Champions (by Suke Su, Riot artist)
Un champion is a being or a person who has been summoned to the League of Legends to fight in the Fields of Justice. It is the way to call the selectable characters to play.
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The champion rotation schedule is the calendar of champions that are available for everyone to play, without the need to purchase them with Riot Points or Influence Points.
There is also a champion rotation with no free rotation for all summoners below level 11.
The current free champions are: Edit
- New accounts
September 14, 2021 - September 21, 2021
- Aurelion Sol
- Jarvan IV
Games in ARAM allow players to roll dice and earn champions from a roster of 65 champions who are always available to play in ARAM, in addition to the current weekly free rotation. Duplicate entries are not more likely.
Last change: V10.7
- Jarvan IV
- The White
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- Master Yi
- Miss Fortune
- Twisted fate
Before summoner level 11, players have access to a different free rotation. This is updated less frequently than the standard rotation, so the following information might be out of date.Last checked: July 2021
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- 14 champions (approximately 10% of the champion roster) are available to play for free at any given time.
- The selection process is in fact random, causing some champions to appear more often in rotations than others. Some champions don't even appear in the rotation for an entire season.
- Each champion group is generally available for one week, starting on Tuesday.
- Next week's champion rotation generally launches on Monday between 5pm - 10pm PST.
- New champions are added to the free champion rotation in the third week after launch.
- The European (EU) rotation is aligned with the United States (USA) rotation.
At times, new champions were placed in the rotation during the week they were released. However, this changed with Urgot, who was released on August 24, 2010, and was not placed on the free rotation until September 7. Riot Games has stated that its policy is to "allow players to preview all champions eventually" , and it is generally understood that new champions are temporarily kept out of free rotation out of respect for players who bought them early. After that, new champions could play for free the second week after their release.
However, since the release of Fiora, the new champions have been free to play in the third week after their release.
Main article: Champion Rotation Schedule (Season XNUMX) #New Ranking
Main article: Champion Rotation Schedule (Season Two) # New Ranking
Each champion is listed on the calendar along with a champion type (wizard, tank, etc.). However, many champions can be played in different ways depending on the items, runes, and masteries the player chooses. (For example, Alistar Alistar can be played as a tank or wizard.) The types listed in the rotation schedule are not intended to dictate how the champion is played, but rather to provide a very quick and easy overview of what kind of attributes the champion has, so that players who are new to the character are not feel overwhelmed. 1]
Each champion is in one of these champion-type "pools". There are 6 champion-type pools:
Every champion is in one of these champion "epic pools".
Heroic (450 IP): 0
Epic (1350 IP): 0
IP 3150: 0
4800 IP: 0
6300 IP: 0
Each champion is in one of these champion-level "pools".
Level 1 (260 RP): 0
Some champions are excluded from the rotation due to balance issues, although these must be severe enough to warrant a full character overhaul. Currently, Yorick and Poppy are the only champions removed from the rotation for this reason. Tristana and Alistar have also been removed, likely due to Riot's ongoing promotion that makes these two champions free by following their Facebook and YouTube accounts. In the past, Twitch, Evelynn, and Karma were removed from the rotation prior to their rework. In the past, champions that were removed from free rotation were also removed from sales rotation, but this is no longer the case.