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Arcane League of Legends Season 1

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Arcane: League of Legends
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Synopsis Arcane League of Legends Season 1

Set in utopian Piltover and the oppressed underground of Zaun, the story follows the origins of two iconic League champions-and the power that will tear them apart. Arcane League of Legends (Arcane Season 1, Arcane: League of Legends, Arcane TV Series).

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Arcane - League of Legends

Arcane League of Legends Season 1

Before Watching Arcane – League of Legends Here is Everything You Need to Know:

Arcane (titled onscreen as Arcane: League of Legends) is a 2021 animated streaming television series. It is set in the League of Legends universe. The series was announced at the League of Legends’ tenth-anniversary celebration. It was produced by Riot Games and Fortiche, a French animation studio based in Paris. Set in the past relative to the League of Legends universe, Arcane serves as a prequel to the game and retells the origin stories of several characters from Piltover and Zaun. Like the game which it is based on, Arcane is aimed at a “16+” audience. Many news outlets have also noted that the show appeals to both casual viewers who have never played League and to longtime fans of the game.

The series has received widespread critical acclaim from critics, who praised the blend of hand-drawn and CGI animation as well as the story, world-building, characters, and voice acting. It also set the record as Netflix’s best-rated show so far within a week of its premiere and ranked number one on the Netflix Top 10 chart in 52 countries as well as reaching number two in the United States. On November 20, 2021, following the conclusion of Arcanes first season, Riot Games and Netflix announced that a second season was in production for a post-2022 release.

Arcane League of Legends Season 1 Synopsis:

The delicate balance between the rich city of Piltover and the seedy underbelly of Zaun. Tensions between these city-states boil over with the creation of hextech a way for any person to control magical energy in Piltover, and in Zaun, a new drug called shimmer transforms humans into monsters. The rivalry between the cities splits families and friends as Arcane brings life to the relationships that shape some of League of Legends’ famous champions including Vi, Jinx, Caitlyn, Jayce, and Viktor.

Amidst the escalating unrest between the advanced, utopian city of Piltover and the squalid, repressed undercity of Zaun, sisters Vi and Jinx find themselves on opposing sides of a war over twisted ideologies and arcane technology.

Arcane League of Legends Season 1

Created by

  • Christian Linke
  • Alex Yee

Arcane League of Legends Season 1

Based on

League of Legends
by Riot Games

Arcane League of Legends Season 1

Written by

  • Christian Linke
  • Alex Yee

Arcane League of Legends Season 1

Opening theme

“Enemy” by Imagine Dragons featuring JID

Arcane League of Legends Season 1

Country of origin

  • United States
  • France

Arcane League of Legends Season 1

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Arcane League of Legends Season 1

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Arcane League of Legends Season 1

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Arcane League of Legends Season 1

Arcane League of Legends Season 1

Arcane League of Legends Season 1 Characters

Main Characters Arcane League of Legends Season 1

  • Ella Purnell as Powder / Jinx
    • Mia Sinclair Jenness as Young Powder
    • Sarah Williams as Jinx (singing voice, cameo)

Jinx is a fictional character in the League of Legends video game and Arcane animated streaming television series.

Jinx’s origin is explored in Act I of the animated streaming television series Arcane, in which she is revealed to be the younger sister of the future Enforcer Vi. As a child, born Powder, she was orphaned along with her sister before being adopted by former freedom fighter Vander, with whom she develops intense weapons-building capabilities from studying an arcane crystal while he attempts to alleviate her mental instability;

after Vander is taken by his former brother-in-arms Silco, who seeks to renew their battle for the independence of Zaun from being the Undercity of Piltover, Powder interrupts Vi’s initially successful attempt to rescue him alongside their adoptive brothers Mylo and Claggor, with the explosion caused by her weapon killing all but Vi; outraged at her sister, Vi angrily dubs Powder a “jinx” before leaving her alone; after calming down and attempting to return to her sister, Vi is arrested.

Coming across the newly-dubbed Jinx crying before the explosion, Silco adopts her as his own daughter, both subsequently coming to believe Vi to have died. 

In Act II, a now teenage Jinx works with Silco in smuggling materials into Piltover, most notably Shimmer, the drug that transforms humans into monsters. When a job goes awry thanks to the involvement of an undercity gang known as the Firelights, Jinx attempts to impress Silco by stealing Jayce’s hextech gemstones and setting off several grenades that kill six enforcers in the vicinity. Unaware of their connection, Enforcer Caitlyn releases Vi to assist her in finding Silco and Jinx, due to her knowledge of the symbols left behind by Jinx from her explosives.

After Jinx refuses to work on the new hextech gemstones out of fear of seeing flashbacks of her family dying from her first successful bomb, Silco takes her to be “reborn” in the lakes of Zaun, allowing Powder to accept her identity as Jinx once and for all. Learning of Vi’s survival and apparent association with an enforcer, Jinx tracks her down before being attacked by a group of Firelights. After Vi instinctively chooses to protect Caitlyn over her sister, Jinx angrily attempts to shoot her.

In Act III, Jinx almost turns against Silco for hiding Vi’s return, but he convinces her to continue developing a weapon from the arcane crystal. Witnessing Vi remain in Zaun to look for her, Jinx misunderstands Vi’s motives and finally breaks, slaughtering dozens of Enforcers before being mortally wounded by her childhood friend Ekko.

Finding Jinx in the aftermath of her fight, a horrified Silco reveals his genuine care for Jinx before submitting her for chemical experimentation to save her life, permanently imbuing her with Shimmer. Later, Jinx corners Caitlyn while she is taking a shower, while Silco, on the cusp of independence for Zaun, is told by Councellor Jayce that it will only be offered in exchange for Jinx. Agonizing aloud over whether to accept Jayce’s offer, he fails to realize that Jinx is secretly listening and she incapacitates him before abducting Vi.

Both awake restrained in a room at a table, alongside dolls made by Jinx in the likenesses of Vander, Mylo, and Claggor. After briefly convincing Vi that she had decapitated Caitlyn and served her head up on a platter, Jinx reveals her to be alive and another victim. As Vi and Silco both attempt to appeal to Jinx, Caitlyn escapes her bonds and attempts to kill Jinx with her own weapons; in the chaos that ensues, Jinx fatally wounds Silco by accident when he tries to kill Vi, prompting him to confess to Jinx that he never would have handed her over to Piltover before dying from his injuries.

Finally accepting her new identity and acknowledging that she and Vi have diverged from one another, Jinx leaves her behind with Caitlyn. Having successfully weaponized the arcane crystal into a rocket launcher, she fires it at Piltover’s council chamber right as the council agrees to grant Zaun its independence.

Arcane League of Legends Season 1

Arcane League of Legends Season 1

Other Characters Arcane League of Legends Season 1

  • Hailee Steinfeld as Vi
  • Kevin Alejandro as Jayce Talis
  • Katie Leung as Caitlyn Kiramman
    • Molly Harris as Young Caitlyn
  • Harry Lloyd as Viktor
  • Jason Spisak as Silco
  • Toks Olagundoye as Mel Medarda
  • JB Blanc as Vander and Bolbok
  • Reed Shannon as Ekko
    • Miles Brown as Young Ekko

Side Characters Arcane League of Legends Season 1

  • Remy Hii as Marcus and Mr. Kiramman
  • Abigail Marlowe as Mrs. Kiramman and Eve
  • Mick Wingert as Heimerdinger
  • Yuri Lowenthal as Mylo
  • Roger Craig Smith as Claggor
  • Josh Keaton as Deckard and Salo
  • Fred Tatasciore as Benzo
  • Shohreh Aghdashloo as Grayson
  • Brett Tucker as Singed
  • Amirah Vann as Sevika
  • Mara Junot as Shoola
  • Dave B. Mitchell as Vern, Hoskel, and Harold
  • Miyavi as Finn
  • Erica Lindbeck as Elora
  • Ellen Thomas as Ambessa Medarda
  • Mira Furlan as Babette
  • Imagine Dragons as themselves
  • JID as himself

About Game League of Legends (Arcane League of Legends Season 1)

League of Legends (LoL), commonly referred to as League, is a 2009 multiplayer online battle arena video game developed and published by Riot Games. Inspired by Defense of the Ancients, a custom map for Warcraft III, Riot’s founders sought to develop a stand-alone game in the same genre. Since its release in October 2009, the game has been free-to-play and is monetized through purchasable character customization.

In the game, two teams of five players battle in player versus player combat, each team occupying and defending their half of the map. Each of the ten players controls a character, known as a “champion”, with unique abilities and differing styles of play.

During a match, champions become more powerful by collecting experience points, earning gold, and purchasing items to defeat the opposing team. In the game’s main mode, Summoner’s Rift, a team wins by pushing through to the enemy base and destroying their “Nexus”, a large structure located within.

League of Legends received generally positive reviews; critics highlighted its accessibility, character designs, and production value. The game’s long lifespan has resulted in a critical reappraisal, with reviews trending positively. The negative and abusive in-game behavior of its players, criticized since early in the game’s lifetime, persists despite Riot’s attempts to fix the problem.

In 2019, the game regularly peaked at eight million concurrent players, and its popularity has led to tie-ins such as music videos, comic books, short stories, and an animated series, Arcane. Its success has also spawned several spin-off video games, including a mobile version, a digital collectible card game, and a turn-based role-playing game. A massively multiplayer online role-playing game based on the property is in development.

Arcane League of Legends Season 1

Arcane League of Legends Season 1

Reviews of Arcane League of Legends Season 1

1. Review of Arcane League of Legends Season 1


Great Steampunk Adventure

19 November 2021
Arcane: An animated SF/Fantasy Steampunk series on Netflix. In the cities of Piltover and Zaun, there is unrest, Piltover the upper city literally looks down on and oppresses Zaun. We have gangs of thieves, rebels, steampunk Stormtroopers, magic melded with science. This is serious stuff with great physical and “magic” fights. Also a tale of two sisters falling out and Scientists/Mages battling against the conservatism of the Council who fear the unleashing of uncontrollable powers. It’s set in the League Of Legends game universe. Directed by Pascal Charrue and Arnaud Delord, written by Christian Linke and Alex Yee. 9/10.
2. Review of Arcane League of Legends Season 1

Visually stunning

22 November 2021
Made by gamers (RIOT) for gamers, but, also, is a stand-alone piece of art for people, like me, unfamiliar with the game, LEAGUE OF LEGENDS. The series is visually stunning in 3D and 2D animation with beautiful attention to detail. There is incredible world-building, an engaging storyline, music that serves as the narration, and a stellar voice cast. I give this series a 9 (superb) out of 10. {Steampunk Fantasy Adventure}
3. Review of Arcane League of Legends Season 1

Time for LOLCU

21 November 2021

Here’s to the new us.

League of Legends (LoL)’ first project in expanding its own cinematic universe is done. The story between sisters, rich and poor, loyalty and betrayal, peace and war, and everything in between.

There’s a common saying that LoL’s big budget went into animation instead of balancing the champions in game, and this couldn’t be more right. I did not expect this masterful level of animation. After each episode, they found more ways to wow audiences with amazing visuals and transitions. The fighting scenes were hard-hitting and jaw-dropping.

Even though the series wasn’t fully canon to the original lore, it’s still an intense story that set up an interesting universe. Not gonna lie, the first act didn’t impress me too much, but episode 4 afterward got me entirely on board. My only problem with the story was that I just couldn’t get enough of it. I wanted more and I don’t like waiting.

Just as cool as the animation was the characters. Many character dynamics fascinated me and made me realized how much I needed them. I’ll admit that some characters were straightforward, but not all of them were predictable. Some still surprised me until the very end. The directions for all characters were incredible.

Overall, even though the game was a love-hate relationship, Arcane was for sure all love, and a phenomenal step in setting up LOLCU. 8.5/10.

4. Review of Arcane League of Legends Season 1

Excellent, also for non league fans

7 November 2021

I watched it with my parents who don’t know anything about league’s universe. I have been playing league since 2010, So my opinion may be a bit biased.

But my parents were pleasantly surprised. They said that sometimes it was a little clear that this series is more aimed at a young adult audience. Some usage of the pop songs, and the villian being a little over the top mustace twirly.

But overall they enjoyed the first 3 episodes and wouldn’t mind watching the rest in their own time.

As for me. I loved it! It was everything I hoped for and then some. Riot’s art department was always on their A game. And with the track record from Fortiche I knew this had very little chance to blunder.

Knowing Riot’s art department it has an excellent story, well written charaters and a lore rich world to take elements from. All in all, this show comes together very nicely. And shows some of the best talents Riot has to offer.

9/10: Amazing.

5. Review of Arcane League of Legends Season 1

Coolest animation style I have seen to date in any TV series or movie! 🙂

10 November 2021

I am a newbie to the source material, but the first 3 episodes of this show blew me away! And, now having seen the whole first season, my rating remains even more solidly a 10! 🙂

Groundbreaking/beautiful animation, awesome environments, spectacular cinematography, cool musical choice, compelling characters, great voice casting/acting, and some interesting Sci-Fi/Fantasy lore! 🙂


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