A new champion card and keyword are coming to Legends of Runeterra

Riot Games has announced that a new champion is coming to Legends of Runeterra. Hailing from Freljord, Sejuani is coming to the game and is bringing a brand-new keyword with her. The new keyword is ‘Vulnerable’ which means a unit can be challenged and forced to block. It works like Challenger in reverse, except it allows cards that wouldn’t normally be able to block to do so.

This makes it easier to get rid of Elusive and Fearsome units on the opposing player’s side. In her first form, Sejuani costs 6 Mana and when played Gives an enemy Frostbite and Vulnerable for the round.

To level Sejuani up, you need to damage the enemy Nexus in 5 different rounds of the game. Once you’ve done so, the first time you damage the Nexus in each round, Sejuani will Frostbite all enemies.

Suffice to say, she’s pretty powerful.

Legends of Runeterra Sejuani

Additionally, the release date for Legends of Runeterra on mobile and PC has been announced as April 30. The mobile version of the game is available in Singapore as a soft-launch and there are ways to download it from other regions, though it’s a bit fiddly.

If you can’t wait, you can do that, otherwise, it will be available for all players, free on April 30, 2020.

Legends of Runeterra is Riot’s collectible card game set in the League of Legends universe and has been designed by Paul Sottosanti. Sottosanti has worked on League of Legends where he designed both the current ranking system and the directed camera. He previously worked with for Wizards of the Coast on Magic: The Gathering.

You can download it from the official website.

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