Free Riot Points!

Hello readers – welcome back to my blog. I appologise for the lack of recent posts, had a few things in my personal life I’ve had to attend to but I’m back now! Hopefully this post today will be useful for you, I decided to put in a bit of research for an extra long post with some juicy information to make up for the defecit, so stay posted!

I was reading some other League of Legends blogs, and looking at some related posts on Facebook and Reddit when I came accross a potentially working free rp method. I’ll go into more detail later on in the post, but it doesn’t take more than 2 minutes to complete the steps, and best of all there are no downloads or passwords to enter (I’d never want to give away my account information either). I should also mention, that although this has worked for me multiple times – I didn’t make this and can’t make any guarantees on the effect of your account. I’ve used this for a few days, as I feel by publishing this the reputation of my (small) blog is on the line – but please take extra precautions when using this site. There are no account passwords or security questions to input, just your username and region of your account. From this information I can’t see how it would be possible to steal your account, so please don’t come back here and say your account got banned/hacked because of me!

I’m sure if you stuck around, you’re ready for me to get into this immediately! If so, you can get your free RP by clicking the link which will open in a new tab. Wait until the page loads, and you will be presented with a wall of text basically telling you about the features offered and how it works. I’ll explain the points you need to know below, as there is a lot of information on that page which I don’t think you need to read. Once the page has loaded, click the Gold “Generate” button on screen, which will open another page in a new tab. Once this page had loaded, you will notice a section to enter your summoner name – this is the name you use to login to the League of Legends client. Enter your summoner name, the Region your account is associated with – be sure to click the white circle and not the text otherwise it wont select. Go ahead and click “Confirm” – once you’ve completed this, a bar will appear below allowing you to select the amount of Riot Points to be applied to your account. I have selected the max (1500 RP) with no problems so far. Then click the red “Generate” button to continue. You’ll see some stuff happening on screen, if you see this everything is working okay and you’ll soon have your RP!

Once this step has completed, you’ll need to verify that you are human. This didn’t happen with me initially, but I think after it got popular people were selling RP for a discounted price on Facebook and Twitter especially. It only takes a few to ruin it for us all! It was only a small task I had to complete, it’s probably different for everyone but shouldn’t take 30 seconds. Once this has completed, you will see “Congratulations” on screen which means everything has worked perfectly. If you’re game client is open, give it a restart and you’ll see your RP – if not launch the game client now and you will see your Riot Points in your account immediately. How cool is that?

I would suggest not using this excessively, I’ve only done it 3-4 times per day so far with no problems but I’m not sure how carefully Riot watch over RP balances. I’d take the approach you’re getting something for nothing, so take it steady. It takes ages to build up accounts, but not a lot of time to destroy them… don’t say you haven’t been warned! I hope you like the share.

League of Legends All Random Ultra Rapid Fire

League of Legends ARURF mode will only be available for a few more days, personally I love this game mode but always seem to be late to the party. THe game mode will only be available for another few days, so if you’re like me and have only just found out about this, make sure you get in there quick!

The game mode has been away for so long, and only came back into the rotation on August 11th. Usually the game mode is only available for the weekend, suprisingly it’s been available to play for two whole weeks… somehow I’m still late.

The last time ARURF was available was in April which seems such a long time, and prior to this it was available late February and early March. A lot of players believe Ultra Rapid Fire is the best, however they’re more than happy to accept any variant of the game mode such as ARURF. I don’t like having a champion I haven’t played for quite a long time, sometimes due to the fast paced nature you can be blessed with someone like Katarina, or be stitched up with a champion like Sona. I suppose one of the things that make ARURF great is the randomness of the champion, and it truely doesn’t matter who wins but get stuck in regardless.

Many people are asking where the traditional Ultra Rapid Fire is, since it’s last appearance has been quite some months. My theory is Riot are testing different exclusive game modes behind the scenes, and are seeing what peoples reaction to the change in pace is. I’m all for it but I would still like to be playing traditional Ultra Rapid Fire. What do you think?

If you didn’t know, Ultra Rapid Fire is a game mode in League of Legends where your cooldowns are reduced by 80%. So most people get on lane and start unleashing the maximum amount of abilities on their opponents as they can until someone wins. It’s a nice change in pace, as the normal tactics in game kind of go out the window, and can make some champions like Urgot go from the underdog to a powerhouse.

All Random Ultra Rapid Fire is a combination of ARAM and URF. Your champion is randomly assigned to you, and you get 1 reroll per 5 games played (just in case you didn’t like your pick). You then play on a one laned map, in a 5v5. The game isn’t as strategy based as rush based. If your team gets aced, you are very weak and can have a lot of towers taken down especially in ARAM. Another thing worth mentioning, is you can’t use the shop after you leave your spawn, and can only re-use it when you die, so you need to be prepared for battle before you run away from the shop as you can’t buy items or heal!

League of Legends Terminology

The most common terms you will find in League of Legends:

SR = Summoners Rift (The primary map, used when playing 5v5 games)
TT = Twisted Treeline (The 3v3 map)
GL HF = Good Luck and Have Fun (A greeting used at the beginning of games)
GG = Good Game (Used at the end of games)
WP = Well Played (Also used at the end of games)
AD = Attack Damage (A figure that represents the damage of basic attacks and skills that scale based from Attack Damage)
AP = Ability Power (Another figure that represents the damage of skills that scale from Ability Power)
Top/Mid/Bot/Jung = The four different areas of summoners Rift
Ult = Short for Ultimate, this is a champions ability bound by default to the “R” key. Check out this cool quiz here
CC = Crowd Control (Stuns, snares, blinds, knockups)
AOE = Area of Effect (An ability that deals damage on an area, not a single champion)
MIA = Missing in Action (A champion is not visible in the arena)
SS = Stay Safe (Do not engage, or play defensively)
OOM = Out of Mana
Q/W/E/R = Refers to the keys on your keyboard, that spells are bound to
OB/OR/EB/ER = Refers to buffs (Our Blue/Enemy Red)

There are many different terms due to the game being so large. I will make a large list with all terms/acronyms I have stumbled across in game if the demand is high enough.