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The way we track “Multiple (2+) champions hit…” Eternals is changing for Series 2. But, how would you feel about us retroactively applying the same rule to Series 1 Eternals?

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Hello Eternals fans! Riot Rovient here, designer on Eternals Series 2.

I love tricky Eternals; the ones that ask you to try that little bit harder to progress. There's something extremely compelling about the "Multiple (2+) champions hit" Eternals from Series 1, but, I also found there was something decidedly less cool about them. If the requirement for such an Eternal is "2+", such as with Yasuo's "Multiple (2+) enemy champions hit by Last Breath (R)" then hitting 3, 4 or even 5 champions at the same time gains you no additional progress or recognition. I'm sure a lot of you have discovered the same thing.

However, in Eternals Series 2, we're going for a subtle but powerful shift in the way we track your performance for these kinds of Eternals, such as with Kayn's "Champions hit beyond the first with Blade's Reach (W)".

This simply means "Whenever you hit more than 1 champion with this, we'll count them all". Minimum progress you can get from hitting multiple champions at once is 1, but the maximum is 4! Not all Eternals are going to be like this; sometimes it makes more sense to just count occasions when "It was more than 1" as a single Eternal increment. But for the most part, "Champions hit beyond the first" will be the new standard.

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But, how would you feel if we retroactively went back and applied the same rule shift to Series 1 Eternals (where it made sense to do so)? It won't make them any easier to obtain, since you'll need to still hit that minimum requirement, but it would occasionally grant you more progress toward the next Milestone when you pop-off. It's worth pointing out that you're almost certainly going to see more progress in this world than before. Does this lessen your achievements so far? Is this a cost worth paying to get the recognition you deserve for landing a 4 champ stun with Ekko's Parallel Convergence?

It should go without saying, but this Reddit poll is absolutely not a binding design agreement between Riot and yourselves. I'm just putting the feelers out there about something I think could be really awesome. If you don't agree then I'll probably downplay my feelings around co-workers tomorrow, saying stuff like "I don't even really care what Reddit thinks anyway" with an attempt at a convincing smile, but we all know they're going to see right through me. It'll be embarrassing.

TLDR: We're making "Multiple champions hit" Eternals in Series 2 recognize the times you hit 3, 4 and even 5 champions at the same time. But, how would you feel if we went back and applied the same change to Series 1 Eternals?

Follow me on Twitter, (@Rovient https://twitter.com/rovient) since I frequently post polls there about this kind of thing and it's less effort than writing a Reddit post.

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