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Champion Sneak Peek: Cassiopeia, the Serpent's Embrace
By ByronicHero 
Sometimes here at Riot Games we get pulled in a lot of different directions. League of Legends summoners are a diverse group and it's a tough job to satisfy everyone's personal taste. Some people love horrid, terrifying monsters; some love ravishing, beautiful women; some gallant, spinning knights, and still others pint-sized fighting terrors. Now, since there are so many passionate summoners out there, we've decided to make this latest champion breaks down the barriers that separate these enthusiasts.
Allow me to present the fruits of those labors: Cassiopeia, the Serpent's Embrace. Whether you're a fan of maidens or monsters, this champion is sure to satisfy. Unless, of course, you're gun shy about ladies with scales, fangs, claws, and deadly, poisonous liquids. Then the two of you might need a little couples therapy.
When the enemy team is fleet of foot, Cassiopeia is the serpent to call. With Cass, we're introducing an entirely new type of debilitation - 'Grounded' - that negates an enemy's ability to , dash, or even take a friendly Thresh lantern to safety for the duration of the debuff. 
- Serpentine Grace
Cassiopeia gains movement speed per level. This does not stack with movement speed fromitems.
- Noxious Blast
Cassiopeia blasts an area with poison after a brief delay, granting her increased movement speed if she hits an enemy champion.
Cassiopeia spews venom in an arc in front of her, leaving toxic clouds on the ground. Enemies in the clouds are continually afflicted with debilitating poison, slowing them and grounding them, prohibiting the use of movement abilities. They also take damage per second.
- Twin Fang
Cassiopeia lets loose a damaging attack at her target, healing her in the process. If poisoned, the target takes additional damage. If the target dies, Cassiopeia regains mana.