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FREE

The only items in the game that cannot be purchased by a currency obtainable by playing at a completely free level are items that change cosmetics. Skins and themes. These are completely useless other than to change the appearance of your game and characters. Other than that, RP (Riot Points, the points-for-cash currency) can also buy boosts and “packs.”

Champions and runes, the two most important contributors to the competitive atmosphere of the game, can be obtained using either RP or IP (Influence Points). IP is obtained through playing games.

 

Competitive

The nature of MOBA games allow them to be some of the most complex, strategic, and dynamic available online. League of Legends is a game of chess right from the moment you queue into a game.

Be it a blind pick normal or a ranked draft, the game begins when you enter the draft lobby. Competition kicks off selecting a team of champions, where a team with the better team composition has a huge advantage going right into the game. Choosing the correct set of masteries and runes is also a huge factor in the early game.

There are over 100 available champions in the game, which makes for a ridiculous combination of possible teams. Selecting a team that synergizes in the lane and late game phase is a battle of brains in itself. I’ve yet to even need to mention the complexities of the game itself once things get flowing. It’s a chess match for the long haul and the team of players who know the game the best and are able to execute as a team the best will win. It’s a very good feeling when you win a competitive game as a team.

 

CONSTANT UPDATE

Since I began playing League of Legends around three months ago, I believe a total of four or five new champions have been released. In that same window of time, turrets have been greatly changed, the entire visual landscape of Summoner’s Rift has been improved, ARAM has made its rise, and the first ever theme has dropped. Riot always makes sure to keep this game fresh and to keep the level of gameplay at a standard that its players are pleased with.

Too much of the same thing begins to wear on a game. That may be what happened to games like Guild Wars and World of Warcraft (despite new expansions every other year). LoL is constantly flowing and changing, forcing players to adapt and learn along the way.

 

What is this 

League of Legends (abbreviated LoL or just League) is a free-to-play multiplayer online battle arena,real-time strategy video game developed and published by Riot Games for Microsoft Windows and OS X. The game is supported by microtransactions, and was inspired by the Warcraft III: The Frozen Throne mod,Defense of the Ancients.[1]

why league of legends is the most famous game in this world?

— feeling amazing

League of legends is a free-to-play multiplayer online battle arena, real-time strategy video game developed and published by Riot Games for Microsoft Windows and OS X. There are lot of people playing this game, because it is free, it doe not need a lot of money to play, without money, we can still enjoy the game. Second, it is constant updates, this game will change a system every month. So there will always have something new in this game, and players will be attracted by this game, they will not feel boring. Finally, it is competitive, in this game, there are two teams to compete with each other, and every team wants to win, so if people wants to win, this game is very good.

What will the world look like in 20-50 years?

The Future: An Owner's Manual: What the World Will Look Like in the 21st Century and Beyond - Robert Pondiscio

What Will The World Look Like In 50 Years? - Forbes
http://www.forbes.com/sites/ashoka/2013/04/12/what-will-the-world-look-like-in-50-years/#5c5ee2f529e2

 

Bustle
http://www.bustle.com/articles/29803-what-will-the-world-be-like-in-50-years-19-futuristic-predictions

 

News of Future: How the World will look like in the next 50 years
http://www.newsoffuture.com/about_the_future.html

 

50 Years From Now, What Will the World Be Like? | Mother Jones
http://www.motherjones.com/environment/2012/03/what-will-earth-be-like-50-years

 

Sunday Telegraph at 50: what will the world be like in another 50 years? - Telegraph
http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/sunday-telegraph-at-50/8306153/Sunday-Telegraph-at-50-what-will-the-world-be-like-in-another-50-years.html