As we all know, in-game chat is an indispensable element of League of Legends. This is the fastest and clearest way to exchange information between gamers and help the team play better. That’s the theory, but over time, the chat frame becomes a place for players to criticize and say “toxic” to teammates and opponents. That’s why Riot Games has introduced features such as blocking chat, ping, and expressions of a certain player to help gamers focus more.
Blocking chat will help players avoid toxic gamers
However, recently, League of Legends gamers have discovered a much more effective way to block chat with only 3 characters. Basically, when blocking the opponent’s chat normally, that person will still chat normally but you will not be able to read it. However, with typing 3 characters including “%i:” on the chat box, all players when pressing “Enter” to push the chat sentence up will receive a space only. No matter how many words you type, it won’t show up.
Typing THIS disables chat for everyone…
So how can we make the chat in the game normal again? The simple answer is that you enter the “%” character only. This is considered a rare bug that exists in League of Legends and was discovered by a streamer named Elosanta a few days ago. Another special thing is that you can also add some emotes when chatting in League of Legends. Specifically:
Streamer Elosanta discovered this extremely “phantom” feature
You can even add a bunch of emotes to the chat box with the commands shown in the picture
Many gamers are thinking of “conspiracy theories” that this error comes from Riot Games secretly developing emotes in the chat frame of League of Legends. With not too much impact on gameplay and minimizing “toxic” chats, this bug is a pretty good feature that Riot can keep.
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