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League Of Legends 'Practise Tool' To Feature Infinite Gold, Cooldown Resets And Level Locking

Riot’s “practise tool” for League of Legends has had an interesting history. First, it was announced. Then, it was axed. This was followed by a resurrection after the developer admitted the previous decision was a little short-sighted. And now, it’s been nixed again! No, I’m only joking — it’ll actually let you break the game in fun and fantastic ways to help you refine your skills as a pro laner, jungler or cannon fodder.
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