- Tahm Kench is voiced by Pat Duke.
- Tahm Kench is one of the few champions who can apply crowd control on themselves (the others being , , , , , , , , and ).
- Tahm Kench is the second champion after to be able to manipulate and move minions and neutral monsters to deal damage to other champions.
- At first it was thought the gambler and his bride were not one same gambler).
and ( cards went blank and featured an unknown cursive script in his official champion page; however, and the original Tahm Kench, whose identity the malevolent River King usurped, are
- Tahm is coincidentally homographic with Persian تهم  "swift > strong > bold"
- Kench resembles two Middle English words:
- one for "loud laughter" (from Old English canc, related to OE. cincian, > Engl. kink),
- the other for "the deep bin in which animal skins and fish are salted," (variants: canch, kinch), maybe from Old English canne (> Engl. can) plus diminutive suffix -oc (cf. bullock).
- Before Tahm Kench's release his laughter could be heard if a champion in turn laughed while standing in Summoner's Rift's river (only once per match and only by the champion laughing).
- Tahm Kench was in production for seven months, time during which he was called Fish Tank, Fez Tank, Twocoats and Two Koats.
- Tahm Kench's dance has him play the tune he hums in 'The River King' with his tongue ( will join him if he dances near her).
- Tahm Kench represents the foibles of mankind, an individual's inner flaws. His name and appearance change from culture to culture, person to person (his current name and form come from a Bilgewater gambler. He has no real name, no form of his own, only those he takes.
- Tahm Kench's names, like Runeterran history but he, unlike the Darkin Blade, is too much of a gentleman to make a fuss about it. battles, have been carved into
- Tahm Kench refers to himself as a " ", referencing chimeric songstresses who sweetly and sorrowfully lulled sailors into underwater dangers, just like Tahm Kench who deceptively brought desperados to short-term pleasantries but would utterly ruin their lives afterwards.
- Tahm can eat whatever he wants, but his specific appetites are only sated when he strikes a bargain.
- In some respects, Tahm Kench's preferred 'seasoning' methods resembles Stephen King's cosmic predator  , which preferred its victims' body "salted" with "chemicals of fear".
- Tahm Kench has a unique taunt for 48 champions, the most out of any champion in the game.
- The champions that Tahm Kench did not have a unique taunt for at the time of his release were:
- The scene depicted has him offering the viewer to go on an on his boat.
- When joking he will spit out a or a (among other things).
- A caged can be seen in the background while he prepares a meal out of a in the foreground.
- He is the second skin referencing the colorful carps S|L]). [ (the first being
- When joking he will spit out a , a piece of , a , or a (among other things).
- He was inspired by from , from , from , and .
- Coincidentally, by looking at the name of the skin, his name references MasterChef, a show first created in the United Kingdom in July 1990. It was later reproduced in other countries.
- He shares this theme with:
- He was released in celebration of April Fools' Day 2016 ( Day) along with:
- He impersonates .
- He shares this theme with:
- Tahm Kench knows a lot of champions (both as fellows and adversaries, those who get consumed by their inner demons, and those who overcome them) and all Yordles have encountered him at various times (easily to manipulate when socially outcast, harder when not so)
- He seems to be on friendly terms with, or at least respect, (Tahm Kench calls him 'brother') given both manipulate mankind (their foibles and their lust for bloodshed, respectively) for personal gain as well as both being timeless entities known across the ages in various names and forms.
- Tahm Kench is considered both an equal and a rival by , as they are both long-lived demons that feed on human emotion for sustenance, with Tahm Kench preying on greed and the misery of loss, while Evelynn preys on lust and the pain she causes her victims.
- ↑ https://indo-european.info/pokorny-etymological-dictionary/tek%CA%B7.htm
- ↑ King, S. It, chapter 21