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I got this from a friend who was reading majority of the Elsword forums.


Japanese Government Enforcing Anti-Piracy Law on Anime and Manga
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not sure if this is going to happen, but then Japan will try or something?

Atlantica Online Europe: 6th of August, Server Merge!

Hyperion’s connecting to the Titan Server

Dear Atlantians,

Hyperion is opening its gates to the outer world. On the 6th of August, we will enable various functions for our newest server that will connect it to the other European servers: Midgard, Niflheim, and Thanatos.

The following functions will become available:

- Shared Market
> See offers from other servers on the market and let your items be bought from other servers.- Access to Titan Server
> Travel to the Titan Server to meet people from other servers.

- Access to Titan Tournament
> Compete with the best from each server in the Grand Tournament every week.

- Access to Spell Tower
> Fight for your server to win Oriharukon and Bonuses.

- Access to Kronos Battlefield
> Claim the flag from the enemy team for yourself and earn points for awesome rewards.

- Access to Raids
> Enter raid dungeons that are hosted on Titan Server, such as “Forgotten City” and “Centaur Hero”.

- Start of Weekly Tournament
> Fight for fame on your server in the weekly PvP tournament.

- Activation of Trading Posts
> Buy and sell regional products in towns to earn gold based on supply and demand.

We hope these activities will bring even more fun to your every day gameplay.

Atlantica Online Team Europe





Extreme close up, saliva and all. This image was achieved using a custom made #dragonrig with a Nikon 17-35 f2.8 to get shots at a proximity simply not possible by free shooting with wild individuals. Komodo Dragon on Komodo Island, Indonesia.
© www.shannonwild.com

Damn. I love those cretures so much.

My Favourite cutieeeee
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Extreme close up, saliva and all. This image was achieved using a custom made #dragonrig with a Nikon 17-35 f2.8 to get shots at a proximity simply not possible by free shooting with wild individuals. Komodo Dragon on Komodo Island, Indonesia.

© www.shannonwild.com

Damn. I love those cretures so much.

My Favourite cutieeeee


Nexon Korea just released a nice two-minute long trailer of Arisha’s Prologue. You may have already seen enough Arisha videos lurking around the net from the test servers. I still think that the cinematic like trailer is worth checking out, especially if you’re a Vindictus player.





Source: http://www.steparu.com/

Game Site EU: http://en.vindictus.nexoneu.com

Game Site NA: http://vindictus.nexon.net/

Game Site KR: http://heroes.nexon.com/

Game Site TW: http://tw.beanfun.com/TMH/

Game Site CH: http://mh.tiancity.com/homepage/v5/

Game Site JP: http://heroes.nexon.co.jp/

Personal Opinion (KapiH):

Bless Arisha, she should of been the 8th, as 1 or 2 years ago they talked about the Magic Melle from the Brotherhood that they wanted to do, Finally They made her glad that “quick brainstorming” ended up in this, they use to call me crazy for “imagining” such XD Now to wait for it to come to EU :’( My Activity rate will skyrocket, no matter how Busy I am!
Now please work hard on the Brotherhood Arc Devcat. This is your chance to promote the game further into the stars!
Time marches on for most, but not Gnar. A yordle born millennia ago, Gnar was captured and trapped in true ice, frozen - quite literally - in time. Civilizations formed and fell as the prehistoric yordle vacantly stared on, but nothing – not even true ice – could confine Gnar forever. After breaking free, he wandered Runeterra until he found himself taken in by his yordle descendants. But, as they would soon discover, there’s a beast behind the boy.


  • Passive: Rage Gene
  • Q: Mini Gnar - Boomerang Throw
  • W: Mini Gnar – Hyper (passive)
  • E: Mini Gnar – Hop
  • R: Mega Gnar - GNAR!


Gnar’s a prehistoric yordle best suited to the Rift’s top lane. A transform champion with clear strengths and weaknesses in both Mini and Mega forms, Gnar fights best when he anticipates his fits of rage, and come late game, brawls most effectively as a tank or fighter.

Top Lane

Gnar’s rage meter fills slowest at the start of the game, so mastering his Mini form is key to a successful early game. Fortunately, Mini Gnar has plenty of tricks up his furry sleeves to keep his more fragile form safe from enemy aggression. Boomerang Throw deals decent damage to his lane opponent, and its slow helps Gnar maintain distance and avoid retaliation. Once unlocked, Hyper applies further damage, helping Gnar gain lane dominance with timely basic attacks and repeated Boomerang Throws. Mini Gnar is best off saving Hop as an escape: it’s a solid disengage ability that he can use on lane opponents or junglers as they come in to take him out.

And then there’s Mega Gnar. A brutal beast with significant crowd control and surprising burst, Mega Gnar brings a completely different playstyle to bear complete with inherent strengths and weaknesses. He’s a juggernaut: slow, strong and resilient, and while he delivers a punishing burst of damage, he has little to follow up with. While Mini Gnar is nimble enough to dart around the edges of combat, Mega Gnar thrives in the heart of the fight. After Crunching in to face his enemy top laner, quick casts of Boulder Toss and Wallop should see all but the most defensive of enemies pummeled effectively. He has considerable vulnerabilities, though, particular when being ganked. Mega Gnar has no effective means of escape, and has to rely on raw health and resistances to keep him alive as he lumbers back to the safety of his tower. Things change meaningfully once Gnar hits six and gains access to GNAR! While it hits hard enough, the utility is strong enough to save Gnar’s life - and end his enemy’s - particularly when they’ve strayed close to walls. Bait your opponent into the brush as Mini Gnar, then transform and use GNAR! to smash them into the wall, stunning them as you burst them down with the rest of your abilities. If your enemy’s particularly confident and tower dives, use the ability to stun them against your turret. When trying to survive a gank, simply throwing them away should give you the time you need to escape.


Gnar has three distinct phases during teamfights, each oriented around timing his forms. First, he needs to avoid engaging for a while as Mini Gnar builds up rage, kiting with basic attacks, Boomerang Throw and Hyper’s passive to put a dent in the enemy frontline. Once Gnar’s about to pop, he’s best suited Bouncing in towards the enemy team. Whenever Mini Gnar’s activates an ability with full Rage, he transforms into Mega Gnar while using it, so while the gathered targets might see a small ball of fluff leaping towards them, something very different will land in their midst.

Once Mega Gnar’s landed, his role is to disrupt as much as possible, using Boulder Toss and Wallop to damage and crowd control all nearby enemies. Gnar works best as his team’s tank here, blocking skillshots with his considerable frame and forcing the enemy damage dealers to focus on him. Knowing when to use GNAR! is critical: smart timing can interrupt several enemy abilities simultaneously, while smart positioning can send the entire enemy team crashing into a structure, stunning them all and giving his allies the chance to secure kills.

As Mega Gnar’s Rage meter starts to fade, Mini Gnar’s strengths become an amazing asset in clean-up. He’s fast, he can close gaps with Hop and his basic attacks, which, when numerous enough, trigger Hyper and give Mini Gnar a huge movement speed boost. Add in Boomerang Throw, and Gnar has all the tools he needs to catch and finish off his targets.


Works well with:

Lulu - the Fae Sorceress

Lulu’s kit handily fills in Gnar’s weaknesses and supplements his strengths in both forms. She can shield Mini Gnar with Help, Pix! whenever he’s under attack, while Whimsy gives Mega Gnar all the movement he needs to help him stick to the enemy team and dish out his AoE damage.

Amumu - the Sad Mummy

Come late game, Gnar thrives when he has a primary tank initiator to follow up on. Amumu’s perfect: his Q to R combo locks down enemy teams, meaning Mega Gnar can Crunch in and complement Amumu’s AoE damage with his own.

Orianna - the Lady of Clockwork

The ball delivery system lives on whenever Mega Gnar leaps into the enemy team! Combining Crunch and Command: Shockwave (Crunchwave?) deals devastating damage, and Orianna can follow up with Command: Dissonance, which slows the enemies and speeds Mega Gnar’s otherwise lumbering gait.

Struggles against:

Teemo - the Swift Scout

Teemo outranges Gnar and deals enough damage over time with his Toxic Shots to beat him in a war of attrition. The Swift Scout can also blind Gnar in basic attack battles, or turn to Move Quick to dodge everything from boomerangs and boulders to Mega Gnars.

Irelia - the Will of the Blades

Though Gnar can trade well with Irelia over the opening few levels, by level 5, she has all the true damage, sustain, speed and resilience needed to beat Gnar in a fight, meaning the Missing Link has little choice but to farm under tower and rely on jungler support.

Fizz - the Tidal Trickster

Fizz is a problem for both of Gnar’s forms. He’s nimble and powerful enough to burst down Mini Gnar before he has the chance to transform, and Playful/Trickster can dodge Mega Gnar’s considerable power and crowd control, including GNAR!

Champion Insights

Gnar, designed by gypsylord

Let’s talk transform!

Transform champions have historically been some of the hardest to balance in League of Legends because they frequently end up with a dominant form: pre-4.10 Nidalee worked best in human form unless she needed to execute or run away, and Jayce happily sits in cannon form for the bulk of his games. Giving both forms unique strengths and weaknesses is meaningless when they can just transform at will to lose the weaknesses they had. Let’s look again at Jayce: How’s a melee champion supposed to fight him in a one-on-one scenario if Jayce can duel just as well up close and has the option to transform into an effective ranged champion?

Here’s the central question we posed ourselves: how can we create a new transform champion that feelsfundamentally good to play as and against? Our answer was to make a champion with identifiable strengths and weaknesses in both forms, then limit the player’s ability to control which form they play in. After months of testing, we ended up with the (sometimes) adorable ball of fluff known as Gnar.

So how’s he different? Well, Mini Gnar’s one of the most mobile champions in the game. He boasts good sustained damage and kites incredibly well, but when he does get caught, he dies fast. On the other hand, Mega Gnar is a colossus. He’s tanky and surprisingly bursty, with strong area of effect and crowd control to boot. But he’s slow, meaning his enemies can pretty much get away simply by walking in the opposite direction. Removing control of the transform from Gnar means that he has to anticipate when he’s about to pop (or er… unpop?), and position and prepare to play in a completely different way, adding extra complexity and depth to his gameplay. This also means that – for the first time – learning how to play during the transitions between Gnar’s forms is just as important as mastering the play styles of his two forms.

We’re excited to see what you make of Runeterra’s next champion. Let us know in the comments below!