What is the Answer for Name That Champion in Wild Rift? (January 2022)

It's a tough one!

January 20, 2022

Name That Champion is back again to League of Legends Wild Rift, and this time around it teases a Champion that is really hard to guess, but we already have some nominees for the answer.

Unlike the original PC version of League of Legends, Riot Games tries to come up with some fresh ideas for Wild Rift and entertain players not only by the core game but also with some mini-games as well.

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Name That Champion event is a puzzle in Wild Rift, where the game shows you a shadow of a Champion and asks you to guess the character. Each player could have up to four guesses, that should be submitted before the answer reveals.

That being said, you’re going to pay some Blue Motes for each guess that you submit. If your guess turns out to be true, then you will be rewarded with even more Blue Motes.

What Is the Answer for Name that Champion Event in Wild Rift?

This time around, the look of the shadow seems a little bit tricky. At the first look, it seems like a person praying while seated, but you know how tricky a shadow can be.

Based on the first look, and the tail-like shadow on the right side of the image, many players believe that this one should be Evelyn, whose seated pose in her Champion icon is almost famous for every player. So, our first guess is also Evelyn for this challenge.

But what if that isn’t a tail? What if it’s just the shape of a cape in wind? In this case, we could also assume that the hand-shaped shadow in front of the character’s head is actually a bow. So, we now have two close nominees for the aforementioned clues: Ashe and Akshan. These are our second and third guesses.

We ignore the fourth guess as the event isn’t really worthy enough to spend Wild Cores.

League of Legends Wild Rift is now available for free on Android and iOS devices.

Mehrdad Khayyat

Mehrdad (He/Him) is a Senior Staff Writer at DualShockers. He started writing about video games when he was a high-school student. He's probably one of those rare Rainbow Six Siege fans that have the game installed and updated on every available platform.

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