League of Legends players laments that the UK has had three Prime Ministers since Dr. Mundo last updated its skin.
You will likely be a member of the League of Legends elite along with streamers like Tyson. This year’s World Championship has been a great success, especially with a newly redesigned trophy available for grabs.
This means you probably won’t be able to get away from your quest to earn K’Sante’s Prestige Empyrean Skin or listen to Lil Nas X’s Star Walkin’ for long enough to follow British politics.
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The thread containing their justified outage in the League of Legends subreddit began with a post from the player in question, user Pretend-Elderberry25, who lamented: “The UK has had three prime ministers resign since (Dr) Mundo’s last skin.” They then revealed themselves to be UK-dwelling Zilean primary and suggested: “I believe that the least Riot Games should do is give my champion a new skin every time I get a new prime minister.”
Some of their peers agreed, but others felt that Dr. Mundo’s skin shortage wasn’t the end. Proxnite asked: “Why would anyone want a new Mundo Skin when Corporate Mundo is the pinnacle for perfection?” Pretend-Elderberry25 responded that they were primarily posting to get more Zilean skins.
While many thread members weren’t keen to support new Dr. Mundo skins for their skins, user Azns123 did nominate him to be moved into ten Downing Street. He said: “The solution to this problem is simple. You elect Dr. Mundo to be prime minister. PaintItPurple added: “Prime Mundoster is a great skin idea.”
Papaya_Dreaming tried to reassure Pretend-Elderberry25 with a very accurate impression of Overwatch’s Tracer. He said: “Um, uh. Cheer up, love. The cavalry will always be there, no matter how dark it gets. Three prime ministers! It is normal to feel a sense of déjà vu.
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