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Which LoL champion says ‘People always ask about my weapons. Right hand, Blaze. Left hand, Thorn. Vanquish on the back, eh! Simple as that’?

I got this right on the first attempt... but it was definitely a lucky guess.

The LoLdle quote for today is by far the longest voice line I’ve recently seen for this daily quiz. At first, I honestly didn’t have a strong idea of which League of Legends champion said this quote, but luck was on my side.

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Thankfully for fans of the daily quiz game, if you’re someone who has a little bit of lore knowledge (or can use context clues), you’ll likely be able to narrow down your choices and get the right answer eventually.

Here’s today’s LoLdle quiz quote answer for Tuesday, May 21.

Who says “People always ask about my weapons. Right hand, Blaze. Left hand, Thorn. Vanquish on the back, eh! Simple as that” in LoL?

The LoLdle quote for May 21 is “People always ask about my weapons. Right hand, Blaze. Left hand, Thorn. Vanquish on the back, eh! Simple as that.” The League champion who says this quote is Samira.

Screenshot of LoLdle quote answer for May 21, 2024.
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I’m not going to pretend like I’m a Samira one-trick who has all her voice lines memorized. I truthfully got very lucky by correctly guessing her on the first try. My logic was simply that the quote seemingly referenced a lot of weapons, and the first champ I thought of with multiple different weapons was Samira.

If you’re a lore nerd, you might know that Samira is one of the only champions in the game who actually has names for all of her weapons. Her two guns are named Blaze and Thorn, while her sword is named Vanquish. If you had this little nugget of info in the back of your brain, this puzzle should have been a cinch. If not, we’re not going to blame you for not knowing the absolute deep cut that is knowing Samira’s weapon names.

The only other clue that really could play a factor here is the word “thorn,” which is likely a reference to Samira’s champion title: the Desert Rose. Additionally, you could narrow it down and think about which champions have weapons in both hands and a weapon on their back, and you probably would have gotten around to Samira anyway.

Space Groove Samira dancing and smiling while surrounded with different creatures
Samira is one of the few League champions who can switch between melee and ranged weapons in combat. Image via Riot Games

If Samira wasn’t the correct answer, I’m not even really sure which champion I would’ve guessed next. I might’ve gone for Jinx, which would’ve been a hilarious answer considering she was involved in the LoLdle quote for yesterday, May 20 but wasn’t the actual answer.

Regardless, I’ll take this small W in my LoLdle adventures, especially as someone who hasn’t played much Samira since her release in 2020.

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