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League of Leviathyn Episode 6: Don’t Go Through That Wall!
League of Leviathyn is a weekly video feature that showcases a full, uncut, uncensored game of League of Legends with staff from Leviathyn. It also presents a shortened and focused episode that breaks down the best and the most detrimental plays in that same game. League of Leviathyn will not provide the best guides to your favorite champions and it will not present the most bad-ass expert plays. Above all, it will not dictate that the players (us) are on a professional level; we’re standard players just like you! This feature is meant to provide a window into interacting with us and us to you! We want to hear your suggestions so we can make our videos into something more exciting to watch and, maybe, you could even get invited to a couple of games!
Sometimes, when playing a game of League, you feel the need to give advice to your opponent regardless of whether or not they can actually heed that advice. Such was the case on this weeks League of Leviathyn, where Andrew pulls out an old favorite in Karthus and I gave the rarely seen Corki a real test drive. While the laning phase was more or less even for everyone, Andrew’s proficiency with Karthus truly began to show when the team fights kicked off and that led us to an enjoyable victory.
As always, I’d like to emphasize that this isn’t a professional’s guide to either of these characters. We play these games to socialize, unwind and have a little fun while bring you all great video content. Those types of professional guides can be found in numerous places around the web, but, League of Leviathyn to connect with our readers and have some fun while doing it.
Do you enjoy a good game of League, but don’t always have time to sit through the entire 30+ minute video? If this sounds like you, then check back in a few days when our Post-Game Analysis is put live on the site where we break down the events of this game and discuss what we think contributed toward the outcome.