Sharing our best plays with the community is such an old tradition as the competitive games themselves and League of Legends has never escaped her. Since the title became popular, we have been able to see thousands of prominent moments disseminated by the players themselves and there are those who are always looking to get some shocking result in their games to be able to surprise the rest. However, not all the great plays or assemblies we see are real and, sometimes, you have to be something distrustful.
Chinese grasses that astonished the community
One of the last fashion assemblies has been that of a Chinese grain. This clip, imported from the Asian giant to nourish the Western social networks content, has become one of the most outstanding. In it, we can see the champion carry out absurdly spectacular movements at the rhythm of Pump It Up . Perfect barrels, peaks combined with flashes and any madness that one could imagine exceeding even the limits of the character.
Seeing the video is normal if you think it is too nice to be true. Tracks such as the absence of subjects or the propitious of the situations in which the champion is found, make it evident that something strange is happening. However, the footage did not need to deceive the League of Legends community and it is simply about a freestyle session to try to get scenes as spectacular as we can observe . Although, of course, the context was lost along the way.
Players can carry out this type of movement in personalized practice tools. Although in the default customer this training function does not have a multiplayer, there are ways to skip the restrictions on alternative servers that have been used by multiple content creators to expose new bugs present at the League of Legends PBE using The Riot Games API.