We all know that, League of Legends Always a game aimed at new players because it is easy to get used to, the gameplay is easy to understand. To do this thing, Riot Games has gradually removed many of the mechanisms that make the game’s gameplay more complex, one of which is the Invisibility ability.
At this time, this mechanism has been replaced by many other lower-level things like Anonymous, Camouflage … the last time Riot Games brought Stealth ability back was at the time of Akali rework. They even made Invisible W – Bomb Smoke invisible under the tower and made the community and professional gamers strongly protest, eventually they had to change this skill constantly and remove the ability to invisible under. Go away.
Akali’s stealth ability makes many streamer stunned by its hegemony
If Akali is a fake ring possessor of this ability, it’s no surprise, but in League of Legends history, specifically Lux, our light lady also once had this badass ability that made people admire. Back in time to October 13, 2010, Lux was officially launched and received countless bricks and tiles from gamers. The first reason is because she has a bad wallpaper, even Lux’s in-game model is extremely bad.
Lux at the time of debut
There are comments that compare the beauty of Urgot with Lux when it is an insult to this general
However, not only in appearance, Lux’s skill set also had many problems and it was terribly strong. Regarding the mechanism of operation, then Lux was not much different from the present, but the effect was much more. Lux’s passive has a standard vision around the target, while Ultimate Rainbow has the ability to blind target. And finally, Lux’s invisibility skill was completely removed and redone as a Prismatic skill.
Lux’s first W move
W – Prismatic Wave
Passive: All Lux cooldowns are reduced by 3/6/9/12/15%.
Activation: Launches an energy wave to the target area and then returns, instantly invisiting all allied champions for 3 seconds. Lux is the end of this wave of energy when returning.
This can be said to be the most powerful skill in League of Legends at the time of its debut because of the ability to buff Stealth for many allied heroes. Moreover, the ability to reduce cooldown of this skill makes Lux when equipped enough to unleash skills and cause continuous damage and stealth. Remember that in League of Legends there is no buy back like DOTA2, only one precise ambush with this skill is that you can win.
Lux’s wallpaper after being retracted and edited by Riot
Because of the hegemony of the skill set, as well as the excessive “crocodile” of Lux then made Riot withdraw this general after 24 hours of launch. A few days later, on October 19, 2010, the new Lux with a new appearance, the W became the Imperial Tomb, the passive and the ultimate removed the effect. Since then, Lux’s skill kit has changed very little because the moves do not possess certain effects that are too bad.
Since the Star Guardian Lux costume, Riot Games has found a “true love” and constantly produced many costumes for this girl.
Another interesting fact about Lux is that the first 5 costumes of this girl are really not welcomed by gamers at all. 2 shaman-themed skins and 3 military-themed skins are not enough for people to notice this general. It was not until the Star Guardian Lux costume and especially the Ten Elemental Elements was released that the quality and quantity of her skins increased and the title “Riot’s pet” was born.