League of Legends

Do you feel like trying a game in the caller’s crack? We’ll explain what you need to know about the game before you go into battle.

League of Legends is a very popular game, with millions of players around the world. His fame has consolidated him as one of the most popular and reference sports. However, there are many people who have not wanted to take the step of testing it. If one of your proposals for 2018 is to learn how to play League of Legends or find out what it is, here’s a short guide for beginners with everything you need to know to play your first game.

The first thing you need to know is that League of Legends is a MOBA, where we pick a champion with different abilities to face another team. It has several maps or game modes, although the main and the one played in competitive is the Invocator crack, where it fights five against five.

The objective of the consignment

League of Legends games may be timeless, but they usually range from 25 to 40 minutes. The map is divided by a huge river that divides it into two, the same paths in both. Each team has a base, where there is a Nexus. The goal of the game is to defend your Nexus and destroy the rivals. To do this we must help our troops, controlled by the AI, destroy the enemy fortress. The three streets or lines that link both links and where the henchmen move have two exterior towers, one that protects the entrance and two more that protect the Nexus. In total each team has 11 towers.

In addition to these fortifications, which attack the enemy when he is at range, there are inhibitors, which are found between the towers at the entrance of the base and the Nexus. Destroying it will cause us to automatically recruit supersubdits, a new troop that is much stronger and more resilient to face the destruction of the rival Nexus. For this, we have to destroy the towers of one line in a progressive way while advancing with our henchmen.


League of Legends has hundreds of different champions, each with a different history, style of play and skills. There are characters who attack body to body, others at a distance, some who resist more damage or even the damage they do is done with skills. Try several in your first games until you find out which one fits your style best.

All players start with their level 1 champion, choosing one of the three basic skills the character has. In addition to basic skills, champions have a passive ability and a definite ability. Passive ability is the champion’s own and you don’t need to spend skill points to learn it. However, the ultimate ability is unlocked at Level 6.

To learn skills or improve them we have to raise our level by getting experience. This experience is given to us by the minions and monsters who die near us, the fortifications that destroy our team or the enemy champions that we kill or help to kill. If we don’t get experience, our character will be weaker than the rivals, so we’ll lose the fighting. If you see that you are low in level, try to shelter under the tower and accumulate the experience of a couple of waves of henchmen.


Although the experience helps us to raise the level, the objects serve to considerably increase the attributes of our champion. Any champion can usually buy any object, but not all objects are useful to all champions. For example, a champion who does almost all of his damage with basic blows will have to buy items that improve damage, critical impact and attack speed.

However, if our champion focuses more on hurting skills, then we will have to buy items that improve skill power and cooling reduction. During the first games, it is advisable to follow the preferences of the game in terms of objects, to gradually become familiar with them.

The items are purchased at the store that is based on the gold we get during the game. We can also get gold by killing rival henchmen or neutral monsters, but only if it’s us who take the final hit. Make sure in the line that your next Basic Attack or skill will be what kills the henchman’s life because then you won’t get the gold for killing him. Enemy champions also bring a lot of gold, so try to end their lives without dying in the attempt.


Although games are usually focused on the streets or lines, the Invocator crack features a jungle. This zone is a neutral space that joins the different streets and where different monsters inhabit that will only attack us if we do it first. The Jungle is a good place to move around and corner a rival who is involved in numerically inferior combat. Although this is a double-edged tactic that can happen to you, too. Placing vision keepers at the line entrances can be key to not getting locked up and moving in time.

In the jungle, neutral monsters act like Minions, giving experience and gold to those who end them. However, there are two special monsters, the Colossus and the igneous ancestor, which grant a bonus of a few minutes, either by recovering Mana and decreasing the reduction of cooling or improving damage and slowing down with the basic attacks. The two most important monsters in the jungle are found in the river and are the Dragon and Baron Nashor. If we have them, we will get a bonus still stronger.


In the first games it’s not that important, but as you step up the League of Legends positions are basic if you want to win a game. The players were dealt in the following manner: one to the upper street (toplaner), one to the central street (midlaner), two to the street bottom (AD Carry and support) and the fifth to the jungle (jungle). Each position has very defined the type of Champions. Normally, the toplaner is a tank, while the midlaner is betting on a magical damage character.

The lower Street, for its part, has the person who will be in charge of doing the maximum of physical damage with basic attacks and support, who makes sure to heal your equipment or facilitate its survival. In the jungle, the role is more varied, ranging from characters who endure much damage to others of little life who seek to destroy the enemy in a matter of seconds.