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Lol the plagued bugs play in which Riot saves the same player twice

Messed up King: A League of Legends Tale is a 2021 turn-based role-playing video game established by Airship Syndicate and released by Riot Forge. A spin-off to Riot Gaming’ League of Legends, Wrecked King utilizes characters as well as a setting coming from its moms and dad title.
The game is established in Bilge water, a busy pirate city, and the Darkness Isles, a cursed area loaded with a corrupting pressure called the Black Mist. The player manages an event of 6 characters from League of Legends to find the source of the Black Mist. Originally disclosed in 2019 during the 10th wedding anniversary event of League of Legends, Wrecked King’s release was postponed as an outcome of the COVID-19 pandemic. A release date was not provided by the designer or author up until it was launched, along with Hex tech Chaos, on November 16, 2021, for Microsoft Windows, the PlayStation 4, Nintendo Switch as well as Xbox One. It is backwards suitable with the PlayStation 5 as well as Xbox Series X/S, with free upgrades to the native variations to be available in the future.

One of the great problems of the new preseason of League of Legends is being the Petrochemical Dragon. With the rest of the systems and objects already adjusted or in the process of receiving the last retouching, both the neutral monster and its elementary crack has become the main source of controversy. A problem caused by the changes it produces on the map and its interactions with some champions to which there are now a few programming failures that do not just be solved.

The strange Bug of the new Petrochemical Dragon

Without usual, some players carry insisting on the problems generated by the Petrochemical Dragon Soul since it was introduced into the 11.23 patch. Among them stressed an error that could make players were not executed after enjoying that grace period of a few seconds that arrive after the resurrection, so that they continue playing normally as if the rival had not finished with them. Situations with potential to change a game that, as the community has now discovered, can still be worse.

The last play in which the possible problems of this new dragon are clear has been shared by the community and has shown to what extent the improvement it offers can be problematic. In it, we see how League of Legends Le ‘forgives the life’ to a Wayne that should have been executed causing the team of it to get an important advantage to get the goals. The most serious comes a few seconds later when, deleted for the second time, the game teleports directly based on creating the effect of an instant reappearance.


This second part of the bug is unprecedented for the community, which tries to decipher which League of Legends operating mechanism has caused the situation. Fortunately, it has not been discovered and we can not see players abusing this failure in the games. It remains to be determined whether it will be solved on the 11.24 patch or we will see this failure accompanying us throughout the entire preseason.