League of Legends - New Champion: Pyke

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The next champion in League of Legends will be Pyke. Pyke, the ripper from the blood port lives up to its name and is on a merciless campaign of revenge.

Abandoned by his crew, he drowned and swore cruel vengeance to all guilty parties, and his eyes are whole Bilgewater guilty.

The new supporter in League of Legends

Despite the martial video, Pyke is said to be Support Be a champion. At first glance, however, it looks more like it would support its shooter by sending the enemy to the cemetery. As the saying goes? Attack is the best defense.

That was also the goal of the developers. Pyke is said to be a dark champion who is very active in his role and aggressive moves executes. The first details were given in the Champion Roadmap for 2018.

"We felt it was time to execute on a new support with a darker, deeper thematic than most of our support cast. We also wanted to create an aggressive playmaker, someone who doesn't just save a drowning ally, but who forces their enemies to drown themselves ... by their own hands.

Keep your health high, your eyes to the sea, and pray you aren't on the list. "

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So it's better to be careful when Pyke is on the opposing team. When the new League of Legends will be released is not yet known. But usually after a few days the Champion Spotlight follows with the skills and shortly afterwards a short PTR phase.

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