Path of Champions is LoR's PvE (Players vs Environment) format. In it, you can embark on adventures building lists with the champions in the game to fight against extremely strong bosses in Runeterra matches while you try to gain rewards.
Anyone who knows this game mode knows that there are cards there that aren't available in PvP formats. But did you know there are 49 exclusive Path of Champions cards?
I managed to get them all in this article, and also brought you a few fun facts about each one of them. Let's see them!
Exclusive Path of Champion Cards
This card is an "accelerated" version of Purrsuit of Perfection.
Dust Up Diplomacy
In this card, we can see tattoos that refer to Gangplank's crew in one of the brawler's arms.
In this card's artwork, we can see a sailor who is about to be attacked by Drowned Marauder.
In this card's artwork, we can see Drowned Marauder attacking Freebooter.
In this card's description, Cithria of Cloudfield describes the smell of the Healing Balm as foul.
In this card, we can see a Demacian citizen selling apples, besides other fruits and greens.
Previously, this card cost 4 mana, and its effect was: Fill your board with random Poros and give them +1|+1.
In this spell's artwork, we can see a man being attacked by very fluffy Poros. This card references catnip, and it implies that, to force a Poro to attack someone, you need to throw Poronip on your target.
In this card's artwork, we can see Emerald Awakener.
This card is the only unit without any effects or keywords in Ionia that isn't generated by another unit.
In this artwork, we can see Ionians practicing Zed's shadow arts.
This card's description states that the universe smells like toast, cinnamon, fennel and angst.
In this card, we can see Tyari the Traveler.
Iron Ballista shows up in this spell's artwork. This card's description states that ballista bolts were created to destroy castle gates. But, as soldiers would leave castles after their gates were destroyed, ballistas now have another purpose, which is to kill anyone who tries to escape.
In this card's artwork, we can see a Noxian soldier selling weapons and armor.
This card states that all players draw 1 through its effect, which implies that, if we had more than 2 people playing a LoR match, they'd also draw cards.
This card leads the Tinskull gang. In its description, we have their name and age: "Ishaea Tinthrum - Presumed 20-25 old."
The exclusive Path of Champion units, Steeltoe Lawbot and Rockeetboarder appear in this card's artwork.
Steeltoe Lawbot has the same artwork as Klaxon Lawbot.
This unit seems to be a rocket tied to a skateboard, probably created by Jinx. Lawbots appear in this card's artwork.
This unit is a robot-dog, and its face is shaped after the Tinskull logo cannon.
Ezreal appears in this card's artwork.
This unit is a Professor Von Yipp student, cutting his class.
One of the Midenstokke Henchmen appears in this card's artwork.
In this card, we can see a domesticated Clump of Whumps.
This card is, so far, the only exclusive Path of Champions landmark.
Eramis, Baron of Taste
Midenstokke Henchmen appear in this card's artwork too.
This card appears in the game's tutorial with the name of Crackling Platbot. Over there, it costs 2 mana and its stats are 0/5.
Viktor appears in this card's artwork.
In this unit's artwork, Tinskull Tinkerer appears creating Tinskull Burner.
Arm of the Law
In this spell's artwork, we have a robot-cop that is very similar to Blitzcrank.
Mischief and Mayhem
In this card's artwork, we can see some graffiti made by Jinx.
The Loose Cannon
This card's name is a reference to Jinx's title in League.
The Sheriff of Piltover
This card's name is a reference to Caitlyn's title in League.
This card's description is something that Practical Perfectionist says. She comments that someone went into her copying machine while she wasn't looking, and makes it seem like this person now has a clone. This makes sense considering this spell's effect.
The Defender of Tomorrow
This card's name is a reference to Jayce's title in League.
Previously, this card cost 3 mana, and dealt damage only to enemy units.
The Boy Who Shattered Time
This card's name is a reference to Ekko's title in League.
The Piltover Enforcer
This card's name is a reference to Vi's title in League.
This card's name is a reference to Jhin's "W" ability in League.
This unit is the only Bard-themed follower in Shurima.
This card's artwork was taken from the corner of Big Game Tycoon's artwork.
If you read this far, now you know all the exclusive Path of Champion cards!
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