Teamfight Tactis Set 5: Reckoning patched PBE, bringing tentative balance changes.
Season 5: Reckoning has been on PBE for the last month with various new features. The general public seems satisfied because Season 4 has been dragging on for a bit. As the release date approaches in less than a week, the game makes a few changes before the official release.
The PBE patch happened April 20 with changes in the following area:
Let us take a closer look at major changes. For the full patch note, see Riot’s official 4/20 PBE Update article.
The April 20 PBE patch removed the two gold per win payout and added a two gold per loss payout.
Hyper Roll is a new game mod coming this season. Players start with 10 health, and love one health per defeat. Experience cannot be bought with money, and rolls costs health. This would require different gameplay from original ranked queue with a faster phase estimated 15 minutes per game. See Teamfight Tactics: Hyper Roll on Riot’s official website for detailed information about Hyper Roll.
With the new season comes new traits and champions. A few new members include Draven and Viego, a part of the Forgotten champions. Another interesting champion is Little Devil Teemo where he takes health and not coins to be recruited. The list of traits and champions is found in the Trait Overview Cheatsheet released by the official Teamfight Tactics Twitter.
The shop roll odds for Level seven and eight has both decreased.
Spatula spawn rates on the carousel has been adjusted in stage two, three and four at the rate of 45%.
A total of 19 items have gone through changes in patch April 20.
Shadow items went through changes, where most items were weakened other than the Shadow Blue Buff and the Shadow Hextech Gunblade. More information about Shadow items can be found in the Reckoning Gameplay Overview by Riot.
The develop team continues to work on Teamfight Tactics to release Season 5: Reckoning. Players can be excited for a balanced gameplay on April 27 when the new season officially starts.
Yu-Gi-Oh! Forbidden and Limited Card list (May 2021)
Just like with every competitive game, Konami has to put in additional work to make sure Yu-Gi-Oh! maintains a balanced competitive meta with the release of every few sets.
This is done through the use of a Forbidden and Limited card list that is constantly updated and makes sure that no card can be abused in a format for more than a few months at a time.
This ban list is broken down into three specific parts, with a fourth being included at the end of every update simply to show which cards are no longer having their usage limited.
- Forbidden: A card is not allowed to be used in a player’s Main Deck, Extra Deck, or Side Deck.
- Limited: Only one copy of a card is allowed to be used in a player’s Main Deck, Extra Deck, or Side Deck.
- Semi-Limited: Only two copies of a card are allowed to be used in a player’s Main Deck, Extra Deck, or Side Deck.
Konami typically spaces out its ban list updates by about three months, giving players time to implement new product releases into their strategies and create new decks, while also allowing the company to gather more data and make informed decisions about which cards to hit next.
Here is the current Forbidden and Limited card list, which was put into effect on March 15, 2020. All of these listings are based on Advanced Format, which is the official format used for Regional, National, and World Championship events.
- Astrograph Sorcerer
- Blackwing – Gofu the Vague Shadow
- Blackwing – Steam the Cloak
- Blaster, Dragon Ruler of Infernos
- Block Dragon
- Cyber Jar
- Destrudo the Lost Dragon’s Frisson
- Djinn Releaser of Rituals
- Eclipse Wyvern
- Fairy Tail – Snow
- Fiber Jar
- Fishborg Blaster
- Glow-Up Bulb
- Grinder Golem
- Jet Synchron
- Level Eater
- Lunalight Tiger
- Magical Scientist
- Majespecter Unicorn – Kirin
- Master Peace, the True Dracoslaying King
- Maxx “C”
- Mecha Phantom Beast O-Lion
- Mind Master
- Orcust Harp Horror
- Performage Plushfire
- Performapal Monkeyboard
- Performapal Skullcrobat Joker
- Phoenixian Cluster Amaryllis
- Redox, Dragon Ruler of Boulders
- Samsara Lotus
- SPYRAL Master Plan
- The Tyrant Neptune
- Tidal, Dragon Ruler of Waterfalls
- Victory Dragon
- Elder Entity Norden
- Supreme King Dragon Starving Venom
- Thunder Dragon Colossus
- Guardragon Agarpain
- Heavymetalfoes Electrumite
- Knightmare Goblin
- Knightmare Mermaid
- Summon Sorceress
- Topologic Gumblar Dragon
- Union Carrier (New)
- Ancient Fairy Dragon
- Denglong, First of the Yang Zing
- Ib the World Chalice Justiciar
- Tempest Magician
- Lavalval Chain
- M-X-Saber Invoker
- Number 16: Shock Master
- Number 42: Galaxy Tomahawk
- Number S0: Utopic ZEXAL (New)
- Number 86: Heroic Champion – Rhongomyniad
- Number 95: Galaxy-Eyes Dark Matter Dragon
- Outer Entity Azathot
- Salamangreat Miragestallio
- Tellarknight Ptolemaeus
- True King of All Calamities (New)
- Wind-Up Carrier Zenmaity
- Zoodiac Broadbull
- Brilliant Fusion
- Butterfly Dagger – Elma
- Card of Safe Return
- Change of Heart
- Chicken Game
- Cold Wave
- Delinquent Duo
- Dimension Fusion
- Giant Trunade
- Graceful Charity
- Heavy Storm
- Kaiser Colosseum
- Last Will
- Mass Driver
- Mirage of Nightmare
- Painful Choice
- Pot of Greed
- Premature Burial
- Sky Striker Movilice – Engage!
- Smoke Grenade of the Thief (New)
- Snatch Steal
- Soul Charge
- Spellbook of Judgment
- That Grass Looks Greener
- The Forceful Sentry
- Last Turn
- Return from the Different Dimension
- Royal Opression
- Self-Destruct Button
- Sixth Sense
- Time Seal
- Trap Dustshoot
- Ultimate Offering
- Vanity’s Emptiness
- Left Arm of the Forbidden One
- Left Leg of the Forbidden One
- Right Arm of the Forbidden One
- Right Leg of the Forbidden One
- Armageddon Knight
- Black Dragon Collapserpent
- Danger!? Jackalope?
- Danger! Nessie!
- Danger!? Tsuchinoko?
- Dark Grepher
- Dinomight Knight, the True Dracofighter
- Dinowrestler Pankratops
- Souble Iris Magician
- Exodia the Forbidden One
- Genex Ally Birdman
- Infernity Archfiend
- Morphing Jar
- Night Assailant
- Phantom Skyblaster
- Red-Eyes Darkness Metal Dragon
- Salamangreat Gazelle
- Servant of Endymion
- Speedroid Terrortop
- SPYRAL Quik-Fix
- Tempest, Dragon Ruler of Storms
- True King Lithosagym, the Disaster
- White Dragon Wyverburster
- Zoodiac Ratpier
- Gem-Knight Master Diamond
- Cyber Angel Benten (New)
- The Phantom knights of Rusty Bardiche
- PSY-Framelord Omega
- T.G. Hyper Librarian
- Trishula, Dragon of the Ice Barrier
- Beatrice, Lady of the Eternal
- Daigusto Emeral
- Zoodiac Drident
- A Hero Lives
- Called by the Grave
- Card Destruction
- Card of Demise
- Chain Strike
- Dimensional Fissure
- Divine Wind of Mist Valler
- Drago Face-Off
- Dragonic Diagram
- Emergency Teleport
- Final Countdown
- Foolish Burial
- Gateway of the Six
- Gold Sarcophagus
- Harpie’s Feather Duster
- Infernity Launcher
- Instant Fusion
- Into the Void
- Magical Mid-Breaker Field
- Mind Control
- Monster Reborn
- One Day of Peace
- One for One
- Reinforcement of the Army
- Salamangreat Circle
- Sekka’s Light
- Set Rotation
- Sky Striker Mecha – Hornet Drones
- Sky Striker Mecha Modules – Multirole
- Slash Draw
- SPYRAL Resort
- Symbol of heritage
- Trickstar Light Stage
- Upstart Goblin
- Zoodiac Barrage
- Imperial Order
- Macro Cosmos
- Magical Explosion
- Red Reboot
- Skill Drain
- Wall of Revealing Light
- Destiny HERO – Malicious
- Dragon Buster Destruction Sword (previously Forbidden)
- Dewloren, Tiger King of the Ice Barrier (previously Limited)
- Ignister Prominence, the Blasting Dracoslayer (previously Limited)
- Firewall Dragon (previously Forbidden)
- Will move to Unlimited on April 14 once its Errata is released in Ghost from the Past
- The Phantom Knights of Rusty Bardiche (previously Limited)
- Rank-Up-Magic Argent Chaos Force (previously Forbidden)
- True King’s Return (previously Semi-Limited)
Konami has confirmed the next Forbidden and Limited card list update will be released no earlier than July.
Complexity oust fnatic from Flashpoint 3
Complexity have advanced to the second round of the Flashpoint 3 lower bracket after securing a 2-0 victory over fnatic, who have exited the tournament in joint-last place. The European mixture now await their next opponent, the loser of the upper-bracket quarter-final match between G2 and Heroic, whom they will face on Friday.
After the match, the cameras in fnatic‘s facility told the story of the Swedish team’s struggles as of late, showing the players sitting motionless, staring into nothing or with their faces in their hands. The last-place finish at the first European RMR event came as yet another tough blow to the squad, who are now ranked only 25th in the world following a series of early exits at 2021’s biggest tournaments.
“We play a lot against [fnatic], and last year at the beginning of the year we struggled a lot against them in a couple of matches, so we definitely had our problems with them,” blameF said about facing fnatic. “I feel like they were a little bit more on point individually back then, and I also know they do a lot of the same stuff, so maybe they’re not adding a lot of new stuff — I’m not sure, honestly. I do know they play fairly similar, but I also see that they’ve changed up positions lately, so maybe they’re trying to do something about that.”
Complexity came out of the gates swinging on the T side of Mirage. A forcebuy win kickstarted a massive run for the European mixture, with Kristian “k0nfig” Wienecke finding entries across the map to put his team in early advantages time and time again and spearhead a convincing performance in the first half.
There was little hope for fnatic when they switched over to the offense down 4-11, but the Swedish side rallied against the odds with an unanswered eight-round run to take their first lead in the match since they won the opening pistol. It all came crashing down once they ran into a saved weapon in the hands of William “RUSH” Wierzba, however, with the American’s quad-kill breathing life back into Complexity as they claimed the opener 16-12 from then on.
Another solid start from blameF & co. put the pressure on fnatic and the Swedes crumbled, unable to find any momentum as they went down 4-11 once again. A comeback wasn’t on the cards for Maikil “Golden” Selim‘s team this time, with Complexity closing the map before things got sweaty at 16-10.
Relyks’ VALORANT settings: Keybinds, sensitivity, and crosshair
Skyler “Relyks” Weaver is a professional VALORANT player who most recently spent nearly a year playing for Cloud9.
Prior to becoming a VALORANT pro, Relyks played CS:GO for a wide array of teams dating back to 2013. The 26-year-old American retired from the scene to become a VALORANT player on June 24, 2020.
Though he is currently not on a team, his time with Cloud9 was highlighted by qualifying for the VCT 2021: North America Stage Two Challengers One.
The team also won a few smaller tournaments like the Nerd Street Gamers: 2021 Monthly March and Elite Esports Rivalry Bowl North America.
Relyks is primarily known for his play on the agent Omen.
Here are Relyks’ VALORANT settings.
Resident Evil Village Samurai Edge: How to Get the Weapon
How to get the Resident Evil Samurai Edge weapon.
Resident Evil Village released on May 7 and players have had the chance to arm themselves with various weapons to traverse Castle Dimitrescu.
Players have over 18 choices of different weapons to choose from; guns, knives, stakes, and more are all available.
Samurai Edge is a pistol that is popular to the Resident Evil franchise, something fans were elated to hear about.
The Samurai Edge weapon can be obtained through purchasing the Trauma Pack DLC for Resident Evil Village.
This DLC pack also has varying items such as two in-game bonuses for Resident Evil 7, artwork, an extra difficulty setting for the game and more.
Since the weapon is part of a DLC pack, in a technical sense it is free. If players decide they are not fond of the weapon they can sell and make a profit. Players can sell it to Duke immediately after receiving it.
The weapon sells for a 185 Lei profit, a nice exchange.
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