Welcome to the fist column. We will answer the questions raised here.
This week I want to talk about the Champions League, the politics of rune, and some complicated skin.
Is there anything new in the Champions League? When will it be formally launched?
As we said in our announcement a few months ago, the Champions League needs some important backstage production before it can shine back to us again. We have carried out some tests on the test clothes, and are now testing area by area to give us more confidence in these repairs. If you haven’t participated in the small Champions League test yet, you will have a chance soon.
We’re testing three major changes in the Champions League: staggered intelligence detection phase to disperse game start times; streamlined back-end processes to break the interdependence of some systems when opening the Champions League game; and a disaster recovery tool that can be easily extended when needed. Or rollback to each game stage.
At present, the test results are promising, but we still have a way to go before we fully formally launch this feature. Thank you very much for your patience during our improvement.
Reply Designer: Draggles, comprehensive game system team communication strategist.
Which skin is the most difficult to make in the League of heroes?
Such a complex question is summed up in eight words. When it comes to the “most difficult” skin, we have to ask — what do you mean by the hardest part?
We think of several different ways to answer this question:
In terms of time, big elements make those shapes, animations, visual effects and sound effects the most time-consuming. But the core concept has not changed much since the beginning. We know what we want to do and we have been working hard to achieve it.
In terms of the time spent and the number of people who need to reach a consensus, the K/DA skin of recent years may be the most difficult series we have encountered in recent years.
We need to do countless research, try many different designs, and absorb a lot of feedback and modifications. In this way, concept artists (they are the real heroes of the theme, sincerely) have made over 70 different design adjustments to ensure that these skins are amazing and moving in the game, while paying tribute to this genre. Generally speaking, according to the complexity of 1350 ticket skin needs about five adjustments, it can be imagined that the production of this series is rare.
回复设计师：I am Carlos，皮肤制作人
Reply Designer: I am Carlos, skin producer
Is there any prejudice in the field of runes? Which area is better? Which is worse?
Of course. Just like the real world, prejudice often comes from fear, pain or ignorance.
Ionia was a place of harmony and harmony before it was attacked by Nox. In return, those who were most tortured by the invaders became very aggressive and abandoned many of the old spiritual traditions in order to resolve the immediate disputes. In fact, since the end of the war, the fierce racial skepticism of non-Europeans in Nawali is now well known.
It is not only Ionia that has reason to hate knoxus. If you are not a member of the empire, Nox may seem like a cruel oppressor, and many independent countries refuse to let the emissary of the Empire step on their land. But if we look at it from another angle, we can say that Nox is one of the few truly talented and inclusive societies on the mainland of Valorland. Individual evaluation depends only on their words and deeds. What is “born” and “destiny” does not exist. Everyone in the Rune Land can join Nox if they put loyalty to the Empire at the top of their list.
The Lakors of Mt. Jushen believe that life and magic are the gift of the sky and the power of the stars that stay here. Even so, those who believe in the powerful Sunshine sect still regard those who worship the Moon, the Haoyue sect, as evil pagans and must be expelled or exterminated. Is there really such a big difference for other two religions?
But there is no doubt that de Marcia looks like a good home, right? They value equality, honesty, loyalty to their families and their monarchs. Everyone tries his best to defend the kingdom from foreigners. It’s easy for those who can’t look after themselves to find charity organizations in their communities.. So what’s so hard for them to reconcile with mages and magic? Why is this kind of thing a taboo? Well, if you look at the founding of their societies after the Rune Wars, these are refugees who have been persecuted by rogue wizards – over time, influenced by various factors, the fear of magic has risen to the cultural level of the Demasians.
So, although there are many things we admire in different parts and gangs of this fantasy world, there is absolutely no clue that anything in it will always be considered “perfect”.
Reply Designer: Scathlocke, director of narrative editor.