New Cinematic League of Legends Game Offers A Glimpse Of Bel’Veth, The Next Void Champion

As usual, Riot Games has created a great cinematic offering for its next hero, Bel’Veth. Its theme revolves around the popular void where heroes such as Vel’Koz, Kaisa and Kassadin recede. However, compared to the aforementioned, Belfith seems to be quite familiar with the philosophy of Void. Similar to Malzahar, she is looking to destroy the world by any means possible.

In the cinema, we see Kaisa walking down a rather strange lane full of hands, when suddenly a butterfly boat lures her. At the end of the tunnel, the boat is destroyed while Kai’sa is grabbed by these many arms attached to the walls, then Bel’Veth reveals herself in human form. After a short conversation, Bel’Veth finally reveals her true intentions while transforming into her blank form, which totally scares Kai’sa.

Riot Games has set the stage for the next possible hit with this cinematic. Much of the community is speculating that the upcoming League of Legends event will be similar to the Crusade to Conquer Viego, but with a theme that includes a void.

The Bel’Veth kit hasn’t been officially announced inside the cinema, but we have some leaks that provide the new hero’s abilities. Keep in mind that the following is subject to change and has not been confirmed.

Negative – death in lavender

All enemies, including heroes, monster camps, epic monsters, and super minions, drop the “core” when they die. Bel’Veth can collect these to stack them passively, which forms a swarm based on the number of piles. The passive also gives a lifestyle against the jungle camps of Bel’Veth. If it attacks a tower or an epic monster, it sends its swarm to attack it, heal and damage the enemy, thus devouring all the piles.

Q – void increase

Negative: Bel’Veth has four arrows that appear around in different directions.

Active: Bel’Veth dashes, deals damage and slows down enemies’ hits, this includes heroes and large or epic monsters. When this damage occurs, the waiting period for the Void Surge is restored. If damage is done to small monsters or minions, then 40% of the cooldown will be restored. Additionally, the Void Surge activates its passive when used to pass enemies while in the Endless Banquet.

W – above and below

Bel’Veth goes underground for a short time – similar to Pyke or Rek’Sai – and gains movement speed and allows it to pass through walls. Then you go out, deal damage, throw blows, and stun all opponents in a small area for a short while. If Bel’Veth uses the ability while she is on her end, she becomes untargetable.

E – royal vortex

Bel’Veth begins to direct a vortex that prevents her from moving, attracting all enemies towards her, damaging the process for every second they stand in the storm.

Additionally, while using this ability, Bel’Veth deals less damage and transfers a percentage of the damage she takes and returns it to her attackers. If Bel’Veth is using a Royal Maelstrom while she is at her end, a percentage of the damage dealt per second becomes real damage and can make an AoE damage blast at the end of her ability.

R- Endless Banquet

Bel’Veth eventually improves all of her abilities and transforms into her true form for a few seconds, a duration that can be extended during combat. While using the Endless Banquet, Bel’Veth gains strength, magic resistance, armor, and damage.

Whereas in its true form, Bel’Veth handles a percentage of HP based on passive stacks collected. She can use her piles to form a swarm of fish-like monsters, inflicting damage on enemy heroes nearby. The swarm will die after a short period of time, but its duration can be extended by enemy takedowns.

Its overall set suggests a more sustained focus on team combat, making it a breath of fresh air compared to the latest Champion releases. Hopefully it will live up to expectations and provide turbulence and chaos within the rift.

2022-05-21 20:04:20

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