While brainstorming Andolthir I set out with a goal in mind. I wanted to see another music based champion. So created one with the qualities I enjoy in music. I wanted the champion to reflect the real world in-game so that when people picked-up this champion for the first time they think “Hey that's really cool I love music too!”, and that each ability reflects a key element of music that the musically inclined can get gitty over.
Let's begin with his Passive and along the way I will attempt to explain how his kit will be beneficial to any team composition in League of Legends. Each section below represents his 4 skills (Q,W,E,R). They have the same format Skill Description, Explanations, and Additional Information / F.A.Q.
The Champion: Andolthir the Modest Prodigy
Interesting concept for sure. I think he'd be in the same pool as Draven, one of those champions with super high-pay off but you really have to focus and make him work to his full potential. Youve put a lot of work into this idea and I hope a red comments on it soon!
Riot pls, do this. This concept is awesome for all sorts of reasons one in paticular is it would bring in a good champion to transition from support to ad.
Think about it. When you get one of your friends to finally start playing usually you'd go bot lane with them as the AD while having them support. Though if they're like me, they will have the hardest time working in other lanes or rolls. But getting better with Andolthir would allow you to become the next role. Maybe motivating them to extend their curiosity further and learn the game full out.
Plus, In all honesty I love Sona's concept of being a music based champ and would love to have another I'd buy this champ immediately.
I just sat here for the past half hour reading this, and I can't express how thoroughly impressed I am. It's normally extremely difficult to create a champ that's a support and any role that's not a mage. This concept looks extremely fun and seems to synergize very well with high cc team comps (Leona, Amumu, Malphite, and even Sona). I really do think you've done the impossible by combining these two roles. All in all, the kit doesn't look too overpowered, although it will take play testing to see whether or not it really is, but this is a very solid concept and certainly one of the most imaginative concepts on the forums. Please seek a job at riot as a kit designer. You have much potential.
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