「Rebel」喵喵  |  Winrate 96.4%
League: x 1250 |   Matches 278
Ineffectual Tier heroes are below average performing heroes and not much performance should be expected unless they are performing good team play.
Mages take the Mid Lane and can swiftly clear lanes as well as backing up allies.After reaching a certain level. Mages can deal considerable AoE damage to clear lanes efficiently. It is recommended to take the advantage of the turrets to farm steadily in the early game and be ready to back up and roam in the middle game
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The Swan Castle located near the Azure Lake was the fief of Prince Alvin of the Moniyan Empire. The first liege of this land—Prince Alvin I was a desperately romantic crown prince. To marry a woman of humble birth, he resigned and gave up the throne to his brother—Sirius IV, leaving the Lumina City and settling down in the countryside now known as the Swan Castle. House Alvin and their romanticism were then passed down through generations. Prince Alvin II also assumed his royal title at a young age—his brother and the eldest son of Prince Alvin I focused on religious endeavors and later became the archbishop of the Church of Light. Princess Odette was the [third-generation] scion of the family, and this elegant, lovable Swan Princess's love story perfectly attested to the romantic nature of House Alvin's descendants. Owning right to the throne, Prince Alvin and his family understood the tricky situation they were in and rarely got involved in domestic politics or had much contact with the other nobles. Since childhood, Odette had been leading a peaceful, tranquil life within the Swan Castle, without ever setting foot out of their territory. But the seemingly quiet girl had been filled with curiosity and longing for the outside world. By the time she reached adolescence, she worked up the courage to conceal herself under a mantle and sneak out to visit the market nearby without her parents' permission. The naive princess once tried to pay for bread with a whole bag of gold coins and offered a beggar all the jewelry she had on her after hearing his routine tear-jerking story, but these little delinquencies just outside her home were enough for Odette to feel adventurous. But eventually her adventures brought her trouble—this clueless young princess only learned what powerless felt like when she was harassed by a few thugs in a tavern... Thankfully in a drunken stupor, Lancelot drew his sword and drove those men away. But Odette felt at a loss of what to do seeing her rescuer get injured and fall on the ground, her eyes brimming with tears. So, she made a decision that went against her family rules—to bring the unconscious Lancelot back to the Swan Castle. In a room atop their castle tower, Odette dressed Lancelot's wound and casted her family's healing spell with a scepter to treat him with the help of a young maid. She spent the whole day and night watching over Lancelot who was on the verge of death, and only let out a sigh of relief and smiled wearily when the man finally opened his eyes again… For the following days, Odette hid Lancelot inside the Swan Castle so that he could recover, and she would bring food to him every day with the maid and listen to the interesting romantic knight of Castle Gorge as he played the harp and sang songs about the adventures he'd had throughout the land. These songs were fun melodies Odette had never heard as she'd only known royal music, and the lyrics once again piqued her strong curiosity and yearning for the outside world. Odette's meetings with Lancelot became the greatest fun of her days. As she gradually opened up to this new friend of hers, she would also tell him about her little adventures of rebellious delinquencies and even learned from him a few sword fighting techniques for self defense. As they bounded over time, Lancelot slowly became reticent and withdrawn. He no longer played those funny songs in praise of the hero Lancelot, and yet often caroled about the love story between a knight and a young maiden, exalting a kind and beautiful princess. The innocent Odette didn't understand the reason behind his change, until the sneaky maid suddenly asked her in a whisper, "Who do you think Lancelot is playing these songs to, Your Grace?" The maid's words awoke the blind princess. Odette finally came to realize that someone was subtly courting her! It was once again the mischievous young maid persuading Odette to not run away or ignore his courtship that the princess had the courage to face Lancelot's feelings. But she still hadn't worked out whether she was also in love with him. As Lancelot's injury healed with each day, Odette knew that the day of his departure was nearing. Her spirits sank low, and one day a letter delivered by his father disturbed her mind even more—"Duke Baroque was proposing to me on behalf of his son? What an annoying suitor!" But Odette suddenly came to a realization: wasn't the "romantic knight of Castle Gorge" from House Baroque's fief? So, the duke's son must be... Despite her heart beating out of her chest, Odette had to feign calmness before her parents. But when she returned to her bedchamber, she couldn't help but giggle to herself and even danced cheerfully with the maid. But unsure how to face Lancelot, Odette realized that she couldn't bring herself to see him now. But unexpectedly, Lancelot left a letter and went away without a farewell a few days later. Feeling dejected, Odette finally realized how much she'd adored him… Until one night, having made up her mind, Odette wrote a letter to her parents before quietly leaving the Swan Castle. She would follow the traces Lancelot left behind and search for the love of her life…