An unexpected game bug occurred with Anivia’s Passive, causing the ice egg to regenerate and be indestructible for the rest of the match.
Besides trying to balance the game by constantly bringing the necessary changes, Riot Games still has a headache to fix many big and small game bugs that occur daily in League of Legends. Some bugs have appeared in the professional arena, affecting that match experience as well as possibly causing the match to restart.
Recently, many Anivia players have been responding to the same bug around her Passive – Reincarnation. Specifically, after becoming an egg and being destroyed, Anivia continues to create another egg. Not stopping there, what makes this bug so serious is that Anivia’s “new egg” is not only immortal, but can also give her teammates vision in that area.
As shown in the video above, the newly created egg cannot be damaged and persists even when Anivia is revived. The only thing the enemy can do is ignore this egg and avoid walking past its presence for the rest of the game to avoid being visible.
However, this is not a new error for regular users of the Ice Phoenix. The above game bug has existed for more than 4 years, in which the bug god Vandril also mentioned, but Riot probably did not pay attention.
Many players also gave an explanation for this bug around the animation of Black Mist Anivia’s skin because the above error often occurs with this skin of hers. In addition, some other gamers think that this is the error of the interaction between Anivia’s intrinsic and the Pirate Gun equipment. However, up to now, the main cause of this game error has not been confirmed and we are in dire need of Riot to intervene early on this issue.
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