Ruined King: A League of Legends Story Cheats
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Here we will show you how to unlock all Ruined King: A League of Legends Story codes with a cheats list that’s valid for the PC, PS4, PS5, Xbox One & Xbox Series X versions (where available).
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Ruined King: A League of Legends Story Cheats List
Ruined King: A League of Legends Story Unlimited Money & Items Cheat
Time needed: 7 minutes.
How to get unlimited money and items in Ruined King: A League of Legends Story?
- Sell Items
During the “Fortune’s Call” quest where you must travel to Fortune Estate to meet Miss Fortune at her Manor, go visit the Blacksmith in town. Upon entering his shop, select “Sell Items”, then choose “Sell Potions” to sell the maximum amount of the different Minor Lustrous Potions, Infused Minor Health Potions and others you’ve got at the same time. Then exit the shop.
- Buyback Items
Next, enter the Blacksmith shop again in the “Browse Wares” section’s “Buyback” tab, to buy back all the potions you just sold. Then exit the shop.
- Duplication Cheat
Then go back into the Blacksmith shop again to sell the potion you just bought, only to find out it has duplicated to double the amount. Now you can sell all these potions, and keep buying them back to get multiple back to sell. Use this glitch over and over to receive infinite items and money! Every 7 minutes you can make as much as 20,000 money and gain hundreds of potions.
Take a look at the infinite money & items cheat in action in Ruined King: A League of Legends Story (PS4 version).
Ruined King: A League of Legends Unlockable DLC
Pre-order Bonus DLC:
Buy the Standard or Deluxe Edition of Ruined King: A League of Legends Story before December 16, 2021 to receive…
- The launch exclusive Manamune weapon for Yasuo.
Deluxe Edition DLC:
Receive the following downloadable content when buying the Ruined King: A League of Legends Story – Deluxe Edition…
- Ruined Skin Variants for all playable Champions: Miss Fortune, Illaoi, Braum, Yasuo, Ahri, and Pyke.
- Lost & Found Weapon Pack.
- Ruination Starter Pack.
Ruined King: A League of Legends How To Do 50% More Damage
How to do 50% more damage per character:
The secret Riot Games doesn’t tell you about increasing your damage in Ruined King. Simply buy the character skins that feature a damage increase.
Ruined King: A League of Legends Story Tips and Tricks
Check out some handy tips and tricks from the Airshop developers of Ruined King.
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All of your encounters with enemies will play out in the Combat Scene. Combat is turn-based and ends when all enemies have been defeated. Your Champions’ Health and Mana pools will persist from battle to battle, so be sure to conserve your resources for the more challenging encounters.
Each champion and enemy has a fighter HUD that displays key stats such as XP Level, Health, Mana and applies buffs and debuffs.
This value displays the character or Champions’ Experience (XP) Level which is a general gauge of their power and combit fortitude. The maximum level is 30.
All champions will earn experience points by completing quests and combat encounters, whether they are in the Active or Away party. Earn Bonus XP by defeating enemies that are above your party level and through feats during combat encounters.
When a Champion earns enough experience, their XP Level will increase. Each level rewards that Champion with permanently increased stats and the potential for new combat Abilities, Ability Upgrades, and Runes.
Character health pools are reduced when they take damage during exploration and combat encounters. When a character’s health is depleted, they will be knocked out and no longer able to perform actions until they are revived or the combat encounter ends. Health can be replenished through Champion abilities, consuming items, and resting.
Mana is consumed when performing Lane Abilities during combat encounters. Mana can be replenished by consuming items and resting.
Performing certain instant abilities during a combat encounter will generate Overcharge.
Overcharge acts like bonus mana that can be used to cast Lane abilities. Overcharge can only be used during the encounter it is earned and does not carry over.
Buffs and Debuffs
Many abilities and consumed items can grant status effects to a fighter, displayed as a Buff (positive effect) or a Debuff (negative effect). The area above the Combat HUD will display any applied Buffs and Debuffs. Some effects are permanent while others are temporary and can be dispelled. Learn more about applied buffs and debuffs by entering Inspect Mode.
Performing Instant and Lane abilities during a combat encounter will build the Ultimate Meter, a shared pool that anyone in your party can use to perform Ultimate Abilities. The Ultimate Meter resets at the beginning of each battle.
The Initiative Bar shows the turn order for the fighters during a combat encounter. When a fighter’s portrait reaches the front of the bar, it will be their turn. During a fighter’s turn, they can select from their available abilities. While browsing abilities, a preview will be shown of where the fighter will return after an Instant action, or where their cast time begins if performing a Lane Ability. When a casting fighter portrait reaches the front of the bar, they will perform the Lane Ability, and then return to the Initiative Bar to wait until their next turn.
Initiative Bar Regions
When an active Hazard, Boon or Wildcard is present it will appear as a colored region that travels along the Initiative Bar. Any fighter portrait that falls inside of the bounds of the region will be Marked. Once the region reaches the front of the bar, it will trigger the associated Buff or Debuff and apply it to any fighters that have been Marked. Regions can be both beneficial as well as harmful to your party and the enemies. Navigate the Initiative Bar using Lane Abilities in creative ways to get the most out of Initiative Bar Regions.
Hazard Initiative Bar Regions will appear when entering combat while inside a hazard in the environment. These regions are harmful to your party.
Boon Initiative Bar Regions are activated when interacting with Shrines in the environment. They provide beneficial effects exclusively to your party.
When a Hazard or Boon is not present, a Wildcard Initiative Bar Region will be randomly selected at the beginning of combat. These regions can benefit all fighters, including enemies.
Combat Ability Menu
During a fighter’s turn, you can browse between 3 categories of unique abilities broken up by categories: Instant, Lane and Ultimate. After selecting an ability, you select the target for ability and then the turn plays out.
Instant Abilities have cast times that delay them from being performed. Cast times are previewed on the Initiative Bar as an ability is highlighted. Performing a Lane Ability costs Mana. If Overcharge is available, it will be consumed first, before consuming Mana.
When selecting a Lane Ability, you can switch between the Balance Lane (default), Speed Lane and Power Lane using the Lane Up and Lane Down buttons. Switching lanes allows you to modify your cast time and manipulate your positioning on the Initiative Bar. Additionally, many enemies will have applied buffs that can only be counteracted through specific lanes. Be sure to Inspect your opponents and get the upper hand through Lane Switching.
Ultimate Abilities are powerful abilities that consume segments of the Ultimate Meter. These abilities are performed immediately.
During a fighter’s turn, you can open the potion bag to view potions in your Inventory. Using a Potion behaves like an Instant Ability and is performed immediately.
Use this action to quickly perform your base Instant Ability on the enemy with the lowest Health value.
Combat Speed Settings
Cycle through the combat speed settings to increase the playback speed of character animations.
During any of your Champion’s turns, you can enter Inspect Mode and highlight the Initiative Bar, the Champion HUDs, or the enemy HUDs to display expanded information that can guide your strategy during combat. While focusing on the Initiative Bar, you will see the descriptions of abilities that are being cast. While focusing on a fighter, you can view their expanded stat detail, as well as any applied buffs and debuffs.
When an encounter is triggered, with more enemies than can be fought at once, they will be split up into multiple waves fought as one continuous battle. You will see an indicator on screen showing the number of total waves and which wave you are currently on.
If you find yourself needing to escape the battle, you can attempt to Flee when it is your turn, by holding the Flee button. Attempting to Flee will take up that fighter’s turn.
Skipping Combat (Story Difficulty)
When playing the game on the Story difficulty setting, you can skip a combat encounter from the pause menu, and automatically gain the loot and experience from it.
These are all Ruined King: A League of Legends Story cheats on Xbox One, Xbox Series X, PS4, PS5 & PC. We also made the handy Ruined King: A League of Legends Story guides listed above to help you with tips and tricks for the game!
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