The Journal of Justice is a collection of news articles which chronicles the events currently in motion on Runeterra. The Journal issues are divided into volumes.

The start of Season Two would have marked the start of Volume Two. It was put on hold while Riot researched other ways to convey the lore.[1] It was removed from being readable in the client in the 4.2 patch.[2]

An Open Letter from the Editor-in-Chief

JoJ Ralston1

Senior Summoner Ralston Farnsley reporting from the Institute of War

Welcome, my fellow summoners, to the inauguration of the League's newest journal of news and commentary. Our intent with the Journal of Justice is to bring a unique perspective on the events that shape Runeterra directly to you: the summoners that make up the greatest organization that civilization has ever known.

There have been other chronicles such as this in the past, though they found themselves without such a noble and genuine purpose. Most journals lacked direction and clarity. For too long, we've had to separate the wheat from the chaff when it came to distilling information from our client city-states. With the Journal of Justice, you will receive accurate and thought-provoking information on events both great and small that you need to know about.

Most importantly, through your participation and patronage, you will help guide us in the direction we will take with this journal. Truly, this endeavor will be history in the making. You, the summoners, shape Runeterra's history in the Fields of Justice, and now you will also help to shape it here.

We have taken our first steps on a long journey together. There will be many changes and improvements the journal will undergo during this venture. I, for one, am excited to see where it all will lead us.

Volume One



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Media in category "The Journal of Justice Issues"

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