Hi, it seems that parameter 'width' in Ornn's R template for some reason is hidden and not displayed correctly (apparently, it could be displayed along with 'target range', 'speed' etc, don't know how to summarize them).
For Riot stuff - they only allow for non-commercial use. So anything official that we hose here does not use the default to licensing.
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However, Riot Games allows the use of their League of Legends intellectual property as long as certain conditions are met, as stated in their Legal Jibber Jabber policy: "you can use League of Legends IP as the basis for a fan project that you're giving away for free or that's only generating ad revenue [...]"
We believe our usage also falls under U.S. fair use law because:
It does not limit the ability of the owner to profit from the image in any way.
It is used solely for the purpose of providing illustration and a guide to Riot Games' products.
Great news. I just noticed that the new champion Kai'Sa has a lot of similarities with one of my champion concept: Aerith, The Scrap Genius. I am glad that Riot saw potentials in my concepts, and used them to develop a new champion. I want to thank you for creating Suggestion Wiki - it's such an amazing platform for post ing our ideas.
I do a mixture of all three things that Teh suggests.
Either put it on the mainspace and get over the fact people will see it in a WIP state, or post it in your userspace and it'll be hidden from the Recent Activity. I would generally only use a blog if it requires communal input.
"When first released on the PBE, only Lethal Tempo's bonus was supposed to exceed the cap. However, the effect disabled the cap instead. This was stated to be a bug and was fixed, but at some point the fix was reverted. It is unknown if the revert was intentional, but at present there is no cap on attack speed while Lethal Tempo is active."
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Btw, it's an inline style, so we shouldn't edit it in Common.css like this.
3. (New) The image is also 'broken' as you see above.
I see you have a permission, can you check the following style: