LeBlanc was released on 02 November 2010 and can be purchased from the Riot Store for 3150 IP or 790 RP.
The reflection in her old classic artwork is slightly different, possibly showing her old/true self, Evaine.
Her organization, The Black Rose, may be a historical reference to the real life secret organization, the Black Hand. Both are of European influences, as well as have relations to assassinations.
Her name might be a reference to a Final Fantasy X-2 character with the same name. In the beginning of the game, she uses illusions to trick others as well.
Prior to patch 3.9, LeBlanc's Mimic was the only ability in game that cost mana at rank one, but completely lost the cost upon reaching max rank. Now, Lucian's Relentless Pursuit is the only ability that has this mechanic.
Now, Lucian's Relentless Pursuit is the only ability that has this mechanic.
One of the Strongest laning phases out of any midlaner.
Extremely mobile, able to make cross map roam plays and control a game singlehandedly.
Can one shot almost any champion at most stages of the game.
Super high skill cap constant outplay potential if mastered.
Requires practice and is mechanically demanding to properly utilize at max efficiency.
If you fall behind you can become quite useless (so stay ahead!).
Very Squishy at all stages (if you get caught in one stun you will usually die).
LeBlanc Counter Tips
Buying a Banshee's Veil will significantly cut her damage down!.
disabling(silence/stun/snare/knock-up) Leblanc after she uses her Distortion will stop her from casting it again.
Find out which spell she upgrade as first, Q or W. When she max. Q - push lane hard, she has no waveclear. When she max. W - stay away from range of her W all the time, try to make her Distoriton useless.
Try to stay behind minions so that her chain won't be able to hit you.
LeBlanc DEV INFO
LeBlanc was one of the champions chosen for the Noxian pool available during the 2010 Ionian Versus Noxus Grudge Match. She was not one of the selected champions, however.
LeBlanc was designed by Coronach.
LeBlanc's name in French literally means "The White". It could be a reference to the French mathematician Sophie Germain, who used the name M. LeBlanc to attend a university despite women in her times not being allowed to do so.
Meanwhile, LeBlanc's true name, Evaine, is the French version of the name "Eve", possibly referring to LeBlanc's deceiving nature as well as the story of Genesis.
LeBlanc IS STRONG AGAINST
LeBlanc IS WEAK AGAINST
LeBlanc IS GOOD WITH
LeBlanc IS EVEN WITH
Every city has its dark side, even one whose reputation is already of a questionable hue. Noxus – though its name is already invoked with a mixture of reverence and revulsion – is no exception to this simple truth. Deep within the winding dungeons that honeycomb the earth beneath its dark, meandering streets lies the real underbelly of this sprawling metropolis, a haven for all manner of malevolence. Amongst the cults, covens, and secret societies that call this labyrinth their home, LeBlanc, the Deceiver, presides over the Black Rose, a remnant from a lost, yet similarly unscrupulous time in Noxian history. Ruthless and seemingly ageless, LeBlanc and her ilk were a mainstay in Noxian political affairs during the era before the militarization of the Noxian government. In those days, this guild of powerful magicians met in secret to further their hidden agenda, and to hone a craft more subtle than that preferred by those currently in power.
While their exact motives have always remained mysterious, it was widely believed that the Black Rose was the true power behind the throne while the aristocracy still reigned in Noxus. When raw martial prowess became the ultimate determination of whose will held sway in the Empire, the Black Rose seemed to vanish overnight. Many believed that perhaps their time had simply passed, and that its members had put aside their quests for social and political dominance. When LeBlanc reemerged at the gates of the Institute of War, however, it became clear that these masters of shadow and flame had simply been biding their time, waiting for a new global authority to emerge: the League of Legends.
“The world is very different for those who cannot see beyond what is placed before their very eyes.”
— LeBlanc, the Deceiver
When LeBlanc drops below 40% Health, she becomes invisible for 1 second and creates a Mirror Image that deals no damage and lasts for up to 8 seconds.Mirror Image has a 1 minute cooldown.Mirror Image can be controlled by holding the Alt key and using the right mouse button.
Sigil of Malice
LeBlanc projects an orb towards her target, dealing magic damage and marking the target for 3.5 seconds. If the target takes damage from one of LeBlanc's abilities, the sigil will trigger, dealing damage.
LeBlanc rapidly dashes to a target location, dealing magic damage to nearby units. In the following 4 seconds, she can activate Distortion again to return to her starting location.
LeBlanc flings illusionary chains towards a target location. If it hits an enemy unit, it will deal initial magic damage and slow their Movement Speed by 25%. If the target remains shackled for 2 seconds, the target takes additional magic damage and is unable to move.
LeBlanc can cast a mimicked version of the previous spell she cast.
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