How Roundstart works in Legends of Runeterra
07/21/21 0 comments
An updated article explaining how the Roundstart works in Legends of RuneterraEdit Article
Is my Twisted Fate going to level before Blighted Ravine deals two damage or am I going to lose him?" "
Is my Ember Maiden going to kill my opponent's Eye of the Dragon's dragonling?" "
Is my Leviathan going to kill my opponent or will the Broadbacked Protector save him first?" Don't know how to answer these questions? You came to the right place. I am
Divinity Of Philosophy, writer of the article “I tried every Roundstart so you don't have to" from last year, and since then I have answered questions about how the game works and has changed with every patch.
2.12) and can be altered and edited in case this suffer more alterations. To understand Roundstart, first you need to know about
Player 2, and that the metrics of this is relevant
Player 1 (P1)is the one who starts the round with the
Player 2 (P2)is the opponent. Once we know how the Roundstart defines who is
P2, we reach the next step: The order of triggered ability resolution. We have three different categories for Roundstart:
P1are resolved in the order that they were created, and then all the Delayed Effects from
P2are resolved in the order that they were created. >The only exception to this rule is the card The Undying, which will be noted at the end of this article.
duringthe Roundstart the ability won't trigger. >First the Board Effects from
P1are resolved, from left to right of your board, then the Board Effects from
P2are resolved, from left to right of
P1's Abominable Guardian will enter in the order that they are in the player's hand, and after this the ones in
P2's hand will enter in the order that they are in their hand; >His ability won't trigger if you already have six units on board.
P1's The Undying will come back in the order that they died, and then the copies of
P2's The Undying will come back in the order that they died.
Attention: If a player has 3 life points left, and a Broadbacked Protector and the opponent has a Leviathan, in case the owner of the Broadbacked Protector is
P1he will go first to 6 life points and then will receive 3 damage, staying alive. In case the owner of the Broadbacked Protector is
P2, he will first receive 3 damage from Leviathan, going to 0 life points and that will make him lose the game even though he heals 3 afterwards with Broadbacked Protector. If none of the players lost during the Roundstart stage, the game continues with both players going to the Draw Cards stage, and the round continues normally.
Patch 2.12and can have variations with the passing of time. Legends of Runeterra is a digital game and, therefore, all its developers can alter its course and programming according to its evolution. In case there are any questions, or you want to know more about how the game works you can ask here, in the comments bellow, or send me a message in my Twitter, and also be alert for the next articles from the series Metaphysics of Games.