Perhaps up to now, Thuong Long is the tribe that causes the most trouble in TFT.
The Upper Dragon race has a mechanism quite similar to the Yordle System in the Arena of Truth season 6 before when both have the ability to help the generals in the squad quickly increase to 3 stars, such as increasing the rate of generals. appear in the Shop or a champion after each round. Since its launch, Thuong Long has encountered mixed opinions from gamers with the “error” with the “gold-plated” or Indian squad of this tribe becoming the rarest item in the TFT that everyone wants to own. possess.
An Thuong Long is an item that every DTCL season 7 player wants to have.
Because the “game bugs” were all related to Thuong Long, Riot decided to remove the Thuong Long Seal to balance the game back, but then continued to stick to other bugs that began to surface after version 12.14 was released. landing on the Vietnamese server. Although this bug requires a lot of the “dignity” of the gamer, it will still directly affect the outcome of the match, making us inhibited and bored with the current meta.
Continuing the “bug game” related to the Upper Dragon Tribe in version 12.14.
This bug was discovered by gamers in the current 12.14 version, with the 9 Thuong Long milestone, Riot has just buffed the drop rate from the Thuong Long pellet from 30% to 75%. Thus, it will be very easy to increase equipment after every 5 champion roll in the Store, if not, it will produce a pile of gold for us to continue to roll to get equipment.
As a result, Challenger players on the NA and EU servers took advantage of this to “hack” their equipment indefinitely by keeping at least 1 unit of each Thuong Long champion out of the queue, adding them every time they roll. to get the milestone of 9 generals. This will be easier to do when you have Aurelion Sol early and items are indispensable for this unit.
Even if you don’t use Nidalee in the late game, gamers should keep it to apply this “tip”.
However, in the coming 12.14B version, this “mechanism” will be fixed. You will have to use 9 Thuong Long in the previous round to be counted as 9 Thuong Long when rolling in the next round. In addition, Riot also reduced the item drop rate from 75% to only 45%, so it is difficult for gamers to “spam” anymore.
That’s why the Teamfight Tactics gaming community is extremely depressed and angry because Riot let the game make too many errors that affect their experience. Recently, to prevent this behavior, rolling by Thuong Long to increase equipment for the squad will be banned in the upcoming Jade Cup NA region. Any player who applies this playstyle will be immediately disqualified from the tournament because Riot has not been able to fix this “mechanism” right away.
This is very correct to apply in a tournament that emphasizes the balanced competition of the players, not just taking advantage of the game’s “holes” but winning. Especially when in this meta, owning Aurelion Sol with standard equipment, reaching the top 4 becomes as easy as “turning on the hand”, so the Organizing Committee needs to prevent this method immediately to aim for the best. Attractive and creative matches create more fancy squads.