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Algoma

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06-20-2012

Can anyone tell me how why i can post in some forums and why not in others The main reason being is i understand server maintenace is req'd but when its been going on this long Riot really should be keeping us up to date with whats going on like an hourly status update it really would help curb the unecessary posts and get back to focusing on whats important... PLAYING
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Tenivis

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06-20-2012

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! ! LoL Terminology ! !
Terminology is the abbreviations and terms used for certain items, things, and aspects of the game. Here is a list!
If any are missing or wrong post it in the thread and i will adjust as i see fit!

AA- Auto Attack
AAS- Archangels staff
Ace- Killing the last living member of the enemy team
AD- Attack Damage
ADAM- All Draft All Mid (Custom game type)
AFK- Away From Keyboard
Aggro- The targeting priority of the A.I. controlled minion, turret, monster, etc.
Ali- Alistar
Ani- Anivia
AoE - Area of Effect
AP- Ability Power
ARAM- All Random All Mid (Custom game type)
ArP or ArPen- Armor Penetration
AS- Attack Speed
Assassin- A champion type whose forte is ambushing enemy champions. They have abilities that may include stealthing themselves or having a strong dash skill.
Assist- To help an allied champion in killing an enemy champion, gaining a part of the bounty.
Aura- A passive ability that usually applies to the champion and those around the champion.


B or Back- To retreat in the general direction of your base or away from the enemy.
Bait- To feign weakness in order to lure the enemy into a trap.
Baron- Baron Nashor
Base- The area where the shop, nexus and inhibitors are located.
BC- The Black Cleaver
BD or Backdoor- To attack the enemies' towers and base without the support of a minion wave.
BF- B. F. Sword
BG- Bad Game
Blind- A Crowd Control effect that causes the recipient's autoattack to miss completely.
Blind Pick- a type of match where all participants select their champion simultaneously. Both teams are unaware which champions the opposing side has picked until the loading screen appears.
Blink- A type of movement ability, similar to the Flash Summoner Spell.
Blitz- Blitzcrank
Blue Buff - Crest of the Ancient Golem
Blue Team- the group of players that start out at the lower left side of Summoner's Rift, or on the left side of Twisted Treeline and Crystal Scar.
Bot- Bottom lane
Bot- The Quarry/Boneyard capture points in Dominion.
Bot- A.I. controlled champion
Bounty- The amount of gold a target is worth should they be slain.
BP- Blue Pill (obsolete), which was replaced by Recall. Sometimes used in place of "B".
Brb- Be right back (usually indicates a teammate recalling)
Bruiser- (Obsolete) A champion with high effective health and damage per second.
Brush or Bush- The tall grass in which champions can hide.
BT- The Bloodthirster
Buff- A positive effect applied to a champion.
Burst- A large amount of damage being dealt in a short time, pertaining particularly to the damage dealt by a single champion. Nuke is also a commonly used term.
BV- Banshee's Veil


Cait- Caitlyn
Cap- Rabadon's Deathcap
Cap- To capture a point in Dominion.
Care- Be careful, implying a possible or probable gank coming.
Carry- A champion that generally starts off weaker than other champions, but becomes more powerful as the game progresses.
Cass- Cassiopeia
CC- Crowd Control: a category of status effects which limit movement or actions.
CD- Cooldown
CDR- Cooldown Reduction
Chain CC- To consecutively use multiple Crowd Control spells on an enemy champion.
Champ- Champion, a particular character that the summoner calls on and controls.
Char- Another word for champion.
Channeling- The casting time required to perform certain spells. These types of spells can be interrupted by "hard" crowd control.
Chase- To pursue an enemy champion as they're running away.
Cho- Cho'Gath
Classic- The classic MOBA game mode in which players focus on laning, pushing minion waves, and destroying the enemy structures.
Commit- To not retreat. To stay in a fight until the battle is over, or until your champion is slain.
Co-op- Co-op vs. AI: the player versus A.I. controlled champion match mode. Only in this mode player can choose to fight the intermediate A.I., which is otherwise not available to custom game.
Cover- During the laning phase, this statement asks your jungler or another teammate lane to hold the lane while you recall.
Cow- Alistar
Creeps- Monsters and minions
CS- Creeps Slain/Creep Score
The Crystal Scar- the map in which Dominion takes place.
Custom- Custom game: the match mode created by player with the freedom to determine the team size, A.I. controlled champion participation and the password for limited access.
CV- Clairvoyance


D or Def- Defend: to protect the tower or base without attacking aggressively.
DC- Disconnected
DD- Direct damage, Double damage
Debuff- A negative effect applied to a champion; the opposite of a Buff.
Deny- To kill allied minions or pets, preventing the opponent from earning the gold and experience from killing them in other MOBA games. This feature is intentionally absent from League of Legends and replaced with zoning tactics.
Disable- A form of Crowd Control that prevents the enemy from taking particular actions.
Dive- To pursue a specific target into a high danger area, particularly beneath an enemy turret.
Dodge- Queue dodge
Dodge- A deprecated champion stat which determined the possibility to avoid an auto attack.
After the removal of the dodge stat, it has become the beneficial status only available to Jax through Counter Strike.
Dominion- A game mode that differs from the classic MOBA-style gameplay, and focuses on seizing capture points.
DoT- Damage over time
DotA- Defense of the Ancients: a successful mod created from Warcraft 3. It has inspired similar games such as League of Legends. "Dota" is also used to categorize games of this particular sub-genre within the real-time strategy genre.
Double Kill- Slaying two enemy champions within a certain length of time.
DPS- Damage per second (i.e. attack speed), A champion who specializes in dealing damage consecutively.
Draft- Draft Pick: a type of champion selection where all participants must first go through a champion banning phase and where no champion can be picked by more than one player.
Drag or Drake- Dragon


E- The third champion ability which is bound to the "E" key by default.
EC- Executioner's Calling
En Route- A french term meaning "Coming" or "On my way!"
Elo- A mathematical rating system for a player's relative skill level.
Eve- Evelynn
Executed- Being slain by a tower or a creep with no enemy champion receiving credit for the kill.
Ez- Ezreal

Face Check- A champion going into a brush to see if an enemy champion is hidden in there. This can be a very risky action to do.
Farm- To seek out and kill minions to obtain experience and gold.
FB- First Blood: the first kill of the game.
Fear- A debuff which makes target champion walking around randomly and uncontrollably.
Fed- A champion becoming very powerful after killing multiple enemy champions OR by having a large creep score.
Feed- To repeatedly die to the enemy team (through lack of skill or intentionally) giving them gold and experience. A player who does this is a feeder.
Fighter- A hybrid champion between tanking and DPS that combines the survivability of a tank and the damage of a DPS or a caster. They were formerly called Bruisers.
FM- Frozen Mallet
Focus- To assault a specific target, normally one of strategic value (usually not the tank).
Fog or Fog of War- The darkened area in the map which is out of the vision range of allied champions, minions and structures.
FoN- Force of Nature
FotM- Flavor of the Month: a champion that suddenly becomes very popular among players.
Fountain- The spawn/respawn position of the map, where champions regenerate health and mana, and can purchase items.
Fid- Fiddle, Fiddlesticks


GA- Guardian Angel
Gank- To ambush one or more unsuspecting enemies with one or more champions.
Gary- Garrison
GG- Good Game
GJ- Good Job
GL- Good Luck
GLHF- Good Luck and Have Fun: a combination of GL and HF.
Glass Cannon- A champion/build that is high in damage but low in defense. This primarily refers to building a champion purely for offense, sacrificing survivability.
Global- An ability that can strike anywhere on the map (e.g. *Cannon Barrage).
Glyph- A type of rune which primarily boosts various magical stats.
Golem- Ancient Golem, which grants the *Crest of the Ancient Golem (aka Blue Buff) after being slain.
Gold- The in game currency used to buy items.
GP- Gangplank
GP10- Items/masteries/runes that generate extra gold over time. Gold generating items are often incorrectly referred to as GP5.


Harass- To put pressure on an enemy champion, most commonly by causing small amount of damage to them without the risk to be retaliated.
Hard Leash- To draw the aggro of a monster and reduce its HP greatly before allowing an ally to deal the last hit.
Hat- Rabadon's Deathcap
Heim or Heimer- Heimerdinger
Hero- The equivalent term for "champion" in other MOBA games.
HF- Have Fun
HP- Health Points
HP5- Health Regeneration per 5 seconds


IE- Infinity Edge
Ignite- Ignite: summoner spell which deals true damage over time on one enemy target. Can also refer to casting the spell on a certain enemy champion.
Imba- Imbalanced, describing something as unfairly powerful.
Inc or Incoming- Used to warn a player that one or more champs are heading their way in an attempt to gank. This is unlike MIA, which does not give a definite indication of the missing enemy champion's direction.
Inhib- Inhibitor: a structure that prevents the enemy's super minions from being spawned.
Initiate- A champion performing an action which signals allied champions to begin the battle. The Initiator may act as bait and take heavy damage from the enemy in order to protect their allies from taking major damage.
IP - Influence Points
Ire- Irelia


J4- Jarvan IV
Jack or JitB- Jack In The Box
JFL- Just For lol's, doing something odd for the fun of it (Like AD Amumu)
Juke- The act of tricking the enemy pursuer(s) into chasing the wrong way, which is most often accomplished by utilizing the brush and/or the fog of war to break the enemy's line of sight.
Jungle- The spaces populated by neutral monsters between the lanes.
Jungler- A champion who forgoes fighting in a lane in order to obtain experience and gold from killing creeps in the jungle.
Jungling- To kill monsters in the jungle.


Kamikaze- A suicidal attempt to destroy/kill a target under an extremely unfavorable situation, sacrificing yourself for a higher cause such as a needed turret, Inhibitor, or Baron kill.
Kass- Kassadin
Kat- Katarina
Kit- A champion's set of abilities.
Kiter- A champion that is particularly good at kiting (e.g. Ashe).
Kite or Kiting- Continuously backing away and attacking a pursuing enemy champion in such a way that the enemy is damaged while unable to deal damage back.
Knockback- Pushing the target's position in the opposite direction of the skill user. Target cannot move or act during the knocking motion.
Knockup- Disabling the target by sending them into the air. The airbound target's horizontal position does not change.
Kog- Kog'Maw
KS- Kill Secured: preventing a severely weakened target from surviving by doing an excessive amount of damage to the target.
KS- Kill Steal: blaming an ally for landing the finishing hit on an enemy champion who they intended to score the kill on.
KS- Kill Streak: when a champion slays many enemy champions consecutively. The "Kill Streak" will reset when the champion is slain.


Lag- Slow response during the match due to high network connection latency. Severe lag may result in disconnection and will count as a leave if the player does not reconnect before the end of the match.
Lane- The paths that allied and enemy minions follow.
Laning- Staying in the minion paths in order to push or farm.
Laning Phase- The first part of the match on Summoner's Rift and Twisted Treeline. This phase usually ends as one or two turrets are destroyed.
Last Hit- Getting the killing blow on a minion, creep, or enemy champion.
LB- LeBlanc
Leash- A tactic used to draw monster aggro, benefiting the jungler.
Leave or Leaver- Exiting the champion selection or the match before each game is finished, whether voluntarily or not. This is regulated by the Leaver Buster system.
Lee- Lee Sin
Leech- Staying within range of enemy units to gain experience points without assisting your team mates with the kills.
LOL- LoL: League of Legends
lol- Laughing out loud
LOM- Low On Mana - See also Out of Mana
LW- Last Whisper


Mana- Resource used by most champions to cast abilities.
Manaless- Champions who do not have the mana stat.
Map Awareness- To be conscious of the events occurring around the map by using abilities or items (e.g. *Clairvoyance or wards) which reveal the fog of war at strategic locations, and react appropriately.
Mark- A type of rune which primarily boosts various physical stats.
Martyr- A champion that dies defending a capture point with an extra score reward, depending on how many enemy champions are involved in the kill.
Meta or Metagame- The game's current play style, consisting of aspects such as lane setup, jungling, and team composition.
Metagolem- A tanky-dps build that (ideally) consists of Atmog's, *Frozen Mallet, *Trinity Force, and *Mercury's Treads. The term is a portmanteau of the words "metagame" and "golem".
MF- Miss Fortune
MIA- Missing In Action: an enemy champion who was laning does not show up in the original lane which may result in recalled to base, preparing to gank the other lane and/or hiding in the brush. "MIA" is more common on the NA server.
Mid- Middle lane
The Refinery/Drill- capture points in Dominion.
Mid-top-At the beginning of Dominion, a player declares to capture the nearest middle capture point then rushes up to top.
Minion- The computer-controlled unit spawned from the allied structure (nexus or capture point) to march to the opposing structure along the designated lane.
Minion wave- A group of minions spawned together once at a time. Multiple groups of minion waves may accumulate to form a bigger group that is harder to be dealt with.
Miss- Enemy champion missing in action. "Miss" (along with "ss") is more common than "MIA" on the European servers.
MK- Minion Kills
MOBA- Multiplayer Online Battle Arena: a genre of games which brings many RPG (Role Playing Game) and RTS (Real Time Strategy) elements together.
MP5- Mana regeneration per 5 seconds
MPen- Magic Penetration
MR- Magic Resistance
MS- Movement Speed


n1 - Nice one
Nerf- An official modification to the game mechanics which makes something less powerful, as opposed to a "buff".
Nexus- The primary structure of the match where minions are spawned from. Victory is achieved when the opposing nexus is destroyed.
NJ- Nice Job
Noc- Nocturne
Noob- Unskillful player. Similar forms include "nub" and "n00b".
Normal- Normal game
NPC- Non-Player Character
Nuke- A large amount of damage being dealt in a short time, pertaining particularly to the damage dealt by a single champion. To Burst is also a commonly used term.


Off Tank- A champion that has some attributes of a Tank (ability to soak damage, initiation ability, CC, etc.), but lacks in one or more areas.
OMW- On My Way
OOM- Out Of Mana
OP- Overpowered
OTW- On The Way
Overextending- A champion moving too far in lane/enemy territory, which can open them up to ganks.


Pant or Panth- Pantheon
Party- A player can invite other players from their friend list to form a team before joining a match. If the amount of participants does not reach the maximum size of the selected match mode (3 or 5), they will be placed with solo players to fill the vacancy/vacancies.
Path or Pathing- The route that will be taken towards a destination.
PD- Phantom Dancer
Pentakill- Slaying five enemy champions within a certain length of time.
Pet- A non-champion, non-minion ally that may or may not be controllable that is generated by a champion's ability and fights for him on its own.
Ping- To alt/G+left-click on the mini map causing a "ping" noise and a mark on the map that your entire team can see.
The latency of player's internet connection to the game server, measured in "ms" (millisecond, 1 ms=0.001 second).
Poke- A form of harass which uses long ranged attacks to cause small to moderate damage in order to weaken an enemy, while keeping a safe position.
Position or Positioning- A champion's location during a fight. Good positioning is determined by the player knowing the optimal location their champion should be at.
Pot- Potion(s), usually Health Potion.
Premade- Multiple players, who know each other, forming a team together before entering the champion selection phase.
Pro- An act of calling someone that is very talented when playing.
Proc- The activation of an effect.
Purple- Purple Team: The group of players that start out at the upper-right side of Summoner's Rift, or right side of Twisted Treeline and Crystal Scar.
Push- To continue advancing forward in a lane, clearing it of minions and towers.
PvP- Player versus Player: game modes that do not include bots.


Q- First champion ability which is bound to the "Q" key by default.
QQ- Depicts a pair of crying eyes, implying that the other player is complaining.
QSS- Quicksilver Sash
Quadrakill- Slaying four enemy champions within a certain length of time.
Que- Queue: the champion selection phase before commencing the match. Currently there are Blind Pick and Draft Pick available.
Queue Dodge- To shut down the game client or disconnect from the internet during the champion selection process to avoid playing the match.
Quint- Quintessence, the most expensive/powerful type of rune.


R- Fourth champion ability (usually the ultimate ability) which is bound to the "R" key by default.
Ragequit- An incident where a player quits (leaves) the game due to in-game frustrations.
Rambo- Diving into a fight alone, usually a suicidal tactic.
Random- Blindly summoning a champion during the champion selection phase by clicking the "?" or "Lock In" buttons before selecting a champion. (Champion not yet bought or not free to play will not be chosen.)
Rank or Ranked- Ranked game
Razors- Madred's Razors or *Madred's Bloodrazor
Rdy- Ready
re- Short for reappear, meaning an enemy champion is no longer MIA.
Recall- A universal ability to teleport back to base after an 8 second channel.
Recommended- A category of champions whose controlling difficulty is relatively low and suitable to new player of League of Legends.
The recommended items listed in the shop for shortcut purchase. Player can edit their recommended items manually.
Red/Red Buff- Blessing of the Lizard Elder
Rene- Renekton
Report- An action after each match to report a player to official for inappropriate behavior such as verbal abuse or intentionally feeding the opponent.
Req- Request, *Requiem
Riot- The development company that created League of Legends.
River The water crossing between lanes on the Summoner's Rift.
RoA- Rod of Ages
Rofl- Rolling on the floor laughing.
Root- A debuff which prevents any movement by an enemy champion. Can also be refered to as "snare" and "immobilize".
RP- Riot Points


Scaling- How well an ability or champion's efficiency or damage increases as the game continues and they gain stats and items. Champions that scale well are normally called carries.
Scrub- An insult indicating that the player has a low skill level for the game.
Seal- A type of rune which primarily boosts defensive or utility stats.
Shop- The location where items are bought.
To return to the base and buy items. Can be interchangeable with "b" or "brb".
Silence- A debuff which prevents any activated abilities from being used by the target champion.
Skill Shot- An ability that requires aiming a projectile that could miss its target.
Skin- A different appearance for a champion that can only be obtained by spending RP.
Slow- A debuff which reduces the target's movement speed.
Smart cast- An entry scheme of action command that allows 1-click on the keyboard (or combined with the shift key) to perform the action without clicking the mouse button on the target.
Smurf- An experienced player that is pretending to be a newbie.
Snare- A debuff which prevents target champions movement. Can also be refered to as "root" and "immobilize".
Snowball- Situation that occurs when a champion or team gains an advantage, and continues to use the advantage to win the game.
Snowball Item- An item that grows in power as you gain kills/assists, e.g. *Mejai's Soulstealer.
Soft leash- To draw the aggro of a monster briefly before moving away.
Solo- A champion (usually the top and mid laners) that guards an entire lane on their own.
Solo Queue- As opposed to a "Party", a player allows the automatic matching system to assign a team for them. The player may end up joining a team completely composed of solo players, or an incomplete "Party". For the later case, solo players may need to wait longer until the "Party" teammates have finished selecting their champions.
SotO- Sword of the Occult
Spell- Summoner spell: A battle ability which is not provided by the champion, but rather designated by their summoner to their champion before entering the match.
Squishy A champion that can be killed easily due to low base health/defenses.
SR- Summoner's Rift
SS- Enemy champion missing, shortened form of "miss". "SS" (along with "miss") is more common than "MIA" on the European servers.
Stealth- An ability to conceal the user from being seen or detected by the enemies, invisible
Steroid- An ability that increases one or more of a champion's base stats.
Stun- A debuff which prevents the target champions from moving, attacking or casting abilities.
Summoner- The role given to the player as they call a champion to the field and directs them in battle.
Super- Super Minion: a stronger minion that is spawned by destroying enemy inhibitor in classic game mode. In Dominion mode, each minion wave already contains one super minion.
Support - A category of champions whose forte is to support his/her allies' performance.
Suppress or Suppression- A stronger version of the debuff stun which cannot be alleviated or actively broken out of by most methods except *Quicksilver Sash.
Surrender or Surrendering- To start a vote between teammates to end the game earlier before the Nexus is destroyed by the opponent team and admit defeat.
Sustain or Sustainability- A champion's capacity for staying in a lane without having to go back to the base.
SV- Spirit Visage
Synergy- An item that benefits a particular champion without wasted stat boosts or inefficient abilities. ("Synergy" sections were removed from the item pages due to the definition being fairly subjective and cumbersome.)
How well two or more champions/players work together.


Tank- A champion designed to take high amounts of damage.
Tanking- To be capable of taking high amounts of damage.
Taunt- A disable which forces the target to attack the taunter.
A champion quote which can be activated by entering /t or pressing shift+2.
Team Fight- When multiple champions, from each opposing side, gather in one area to do battle.
Tenacity- A champion stat which determines the reduction of effect duration of most Crowd Control debuffs.
TF- Twisted Fate
Top- Top/upper lane
The capture point of windmill in Dominion mode.
Tower- A stationary defense structure that guards the lanes and the base. It is also commonly referred to as the Turret.
Tower Diving- To pursue an enemy champion while in range of the enemy's tower.
Tower Hugging- To stay near the tower to deter enemy champions from attacking them.
TP- Teleport or *Gate
Tree- Maokai
Triple Kill- Slaying three enemy champions within a certain length of time.
Tribrush- The triangular brushes near each of the top and bottom jungle entries.
Troll - A person who causes acts of disruption to other players and to the community. These acts may include writing offensive messages or intentionally feeding the enemy. Trolls are also referred to as Griefers.
Mythical beings originating from the Norse mythology. In League of Legends, *Trundle belongs to this race.
TT- Twisted Treeline
Tryn or Trynd- Tryndamere


Ult or Ulti- Ultimate Ability / To tell a player to use their champion's ultimate ability.
Unique- An aura or ability that does not stack, common to item effects.
UP- Underpowered


Vision Hack- An ability which allows a player to see through the fog of war, such as Twisted Fate's Destiny.
Voli- Volibear


W - Second champion ability which is bound to the "W" key by default.
Ward- Items that reveal the Fog of War once placed.
WotA- Will of the Ancients
WotD- Win of the day (IP Bonus)
WP- Well Played
WW- Warwick


Xin- Xin Zhao


Yi- Master Yi
Yor- Yorick


Zil- Zilean
Zone or Zoning- Tactics that are used to prevent enemy champion(s) from gaining gold/experience.


I DID NOT MAKE THIS TERMINOLOGY LIST! I give full credit for these terms to the LoL Wiki! Here is the original thread!
http://leagueoflegends.wikia.com/wik...ds_terminology
I just thought that this was the kind of thing that should be posted in the LoL forums!
Thank you for explaining these ;] it is greatly appreciated


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OobeReube

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06-22-2012

Another term that I heard that I had to ask someone about was DERP. I am not even sure what the abbreviation stands for just that it means to do something not smart.


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Can anyone tell me how why i can post in some forums and why not in others The main reason being is i understand server maintenace is req'd but when its been going on this long Riot really should be keeping us up to date with whats going on like an hourly status update it really would help curb the unecessary posts and get back to focusing on whats important... PLAYING
LoL
Are you higher than lvl 5? Because if you are under level 5 you can only post in the "New Player" and the "Help & Support" forums.


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Thank you for explaining these ;] it is greatly appreciated
No Problem!


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Another term that I heard that I had to ask someone about was DERP. I am not even sure what the abbreviation stands for just that it means to do something not smart.
It's not a LoL specific term but i'll look it up and add it soon!


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06-25-2012

DON'T POST UNRELATED LINKS IN MY THREAD! I have made this perfectly clear before! No one cares about your stupid blog or whatever! It is a pointless post that serves no purpose!


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06-25-2012

Thanks


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Thanks
No Problem Suburb!


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Zta

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07-06-2012

"Green-Emissaries- These players go above and beyond to help the LoL community as a whole prosper. They are active on the forums and promote LoL in various capacities."

*How exactly can someone actually become one? I understand that Green Emissaries help out alot in the community; I've been posting alot more in the New Players Section, these psat few days.
*I've also been helping out alot of other newer players learn more about the game through 1 on 1 sessions and such, what exactly do you guys actually have to accomplish to become Emissaries? I'm just a little curious ^^