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League of Legends' next champion has knives for legs

Cuts like a knife

League of Legends [official site] is forever adding new champions to its roster. Much like I add lip balms and perfumes to my dresser because I hoard them, Riot Games creates and adds new characters every so often because they can and people love to purchase skins for them. Hell, I don't even play that often and I'm tempted by Arcade Miss Fortune and Jinx. So, there's another champion on her way, with that in mind, and her name is Camille.

Riot Games introduced Camille by way of a special comic on the official League of Legend site. It's called Camille: Severed Ties, and it follows her as she kills a criminal right in front of his lover. So it's safe to assume she's some sort of assassin or something like that. That's not the weird part, however. Take a look at her legs. They're...swords?

It's possible Camille is all mechanical, especially since she seems to be zipping about on wires with the greatest of ease like she does and is apparently on the look for bad guys. More importantly, Camille is the name of Josh Homme's daughter, who will more than likely grow up to be a rocker when she goes up, and that is AWESOME.

Unfortunately, the teaser is all anyone has to go by currently when it comes to Camille, but you know we're about to see some sort of full, proper introduction soon. It's Riot Games. That's what they do. In the meantime, feel free to over-analyze the comic.

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