There is no hell where The Great RPGs\u2122 go to die. They just keep on living like Keith Richards. When we aren't playing them for the galeventy-ish time, we're reminding younger developers that their predecessors did it better. If we could make our own pixelated shrines to Neverwinter Nights and Baldur's Gate, we would. We'd make one for League of Legends, too.\r\n\r\nThe legendary League of Legends was launched on a cold and dreary day in 2006. Over a decade later, it's still evolving and winning new fans.\r\nEven Perfection Needs a Boost\r\nRemember when there were only 17 champions to choose from? Yeah. Me neither, but it definitely happened. These days, we have 128. (Can I be the sexy mid, please?)\r\n\r\nDespite its colossal improvements, LoL hasn't fixed all of its gameplay interruptions. Some networks block the game entirely. Others throttle it for committing the mortal sin of being too fast.\r\n\r\nLoL is also a frequent DDoS attack target, and that's not the kind of thing your 100 armor can protect against. These assaults can have a serious impact on your team's capacity to grow.\r\n\r\nWe'll give you three guesses as to the solution. You've got it: a VPN.\r\n\r\nVPNing your way to Victory\r\nLeague of Legends isn't strictly anti-VPNs. Their blocking policy is a grand attempt to improve gameplay. You've got to give them credit for that. It is, nonetheless, a pain in the ARAM, but Surfshark has your back.\r\n\r\nNow all you have to do is raise your awful creep score.