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Lucian’s bio reportedly updated in China, hints at Senna’s release

In the updated biography, Senna was freed from Thresh by Lucian.

Another hint at Senna’s release in League of Legends has reportedly been released, according to a translation of the updated Chinese page of Lucian.

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According to Lucian’s lore changes, Senna’s soul was captured by Thresh, but Lucian managed to free her from it. The story refers to the new Lucian teaser: “Lucian … frees Senna but instead of her passing on like he intended, Senna came back corrupted, but in control of it,” according to a translation.

On the English website, Lucian’s biography ends with: “To Lucian’s horror, the creature tricked Senna and ensnared her soul, trapping her in a spectral prison. Nothing could bring her back. Senna was lost, and for the first time, Lucian faced his mission alone.

This hint contributes to what we know about League’s next champion. This all began with a mysterious fog appearing in the Summoner’s Rift spawn. Then, more signs pointed at Senna as the next-released champion.

Senna’s survival is obviously mandatory for her release into the game. Since this change is live on China’s official website, it’s even more certain that she is the upcoming champion on League of Legends.


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Eva Martinello
Eva is a Staff Writer from Paris. Her part-time job is charging into walls with Reinhardt. She has been covering League of Legends esports and other titles for six years. She still believes in a Moscow Five comeback. She also fell into the MMO pit and covers FFXIV and Genshin.