Arcane’s Silco and League’s Renata Glasc are headed to Teamfight Tactics (2022)

After weeks of teasing hints (or months, in the case of Silco), the details for the big 6.5 mid-set Teamfight Tactics overhaul are finally here, and it’s one of the biggest mid-set adjustments yet. TFT is adding more than 20 new units, more than 80 new augments, and tinkering with a whole lot more to keep the game fresh.

Among the more exciting changes are the addition of Arcane’s Silco, the first TFT unit to come from somewhere other than League of Legends, and Renata Glasc, League’s newest champion. Also among the new faces are Alistar and Corki, making their first-ever appearances in TFT. That leaves Rammus as the only League champion never to appear in a TFT set.

But it’s not just who is getting added: Plenty of Set 6 mainstays are being removed, including ever-present units like Akali, Janna, Kog’Maw, Fiora, Sion, Urgot, Yone and Yuumi. There will also be a new item to replace Guardian Angel, a matchup tracking system previously left only to third-party app overlays, and much more.

The mid-set update, dubbed Neon Nights, is live on Teamfight Tactics’ Public Beta Environment, and will go live with patch 12.4 on February 16.

Unit changes

Let’s get the two big-ticket ones out of the way first.

Arcane’s Silco and League’s Renata Glasc are headed to Teamfight Tactics (1) Image: Riot Games

Renata will be a four-cost Chemtech Scholar. Her ability will send a “toxic wave towards the largest group of nearby enemies,” poisoning all enemies hit by it for the rest of combat. The poison effect will reduce attack speed and do damage over time.

Silco will be a five-cost Mastermind Scholar. His ability will grant health, attack speed, and immunity to crowd control to his lowest health ally for a few seconds. Unfortunately for that unit, it explodes and dies immediately after the effect runs out. Allying with Silco is a dangerous proposition.

Another big addition will be Zeri, who was added to League in January. Zeri will be a five-cost Debonair Sniper who will zip around the board and do mega damage.

The rest of the new units:

  • Brand (one-cost Debonair Arcanist)
  • Jarvan IV (one-cost Hextech Striker)
  • Nocturne (one-cost Hextech Assassin)
  • Ashe (two-cost Syndicate Sniper)
  • Corki (two-cost Yordle Twinshot)
  • Rek’Sai (two-cost Mutant Bruiser Striker)
  • Sejuani (two-cost Hextech Bruiser Enforcer)
  • Syndra (two-cost Debonair Scholar)
  • Gnar (three-cost Yordle Socialite Striker)
  • Lucian (three-cost Hextech Twinshot)
  • Morgana (three-cost Syndicate Enchanter)
  • Senna (three-cost Socialite Enchanter)
  • Tryndamere (three-cost Chemtech Challenger)
  • Ahri (four-cost Syndicate Arcanist)
  • Alistar (four-cost Hextech Colossus)
  • Draven (four-cost Debonair Challenger)
  • Irelia (four-cost Scrap Striker)
  • Kha’Zix (four-cost Mutant Assassin)
  • Sivir (four-cost Hextech Striker)
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Removed units

As a part of the largest roster swap in TFT history, 21 units are being removed for the mid-set update.

  • Akali
  • Dr. Mundo
  • Fiora
  • Garen
  • Graves
  • Heimerdinger
  • Janna
  • Katarina
  • Kog’Maw
  • Lissandra
  • Lux
  • Samira
  • Shaco
  • Sion
  • Taric
  • Tristana
  • Trundle
  • Twisted Fate
  • Urgot
  • Yone
  • Yuumi

Changed units

The biggest change is to Vi, who will now be a four-cost unit. Her traits will mostly be the same (Enforcer Rival Bruiser), but her ability is now significantly different:

Vi shields herself and deals magic damage to her target and enemies behind it. On her second cast, she also dashes through her target. On her third cast, she instead throws her target into the air and slams them back to the ground, dealing damage in a circle around her target.

  • Blitzcrank is now just a Scrap Bodyguard
  • Ekko is now an Innovator in addition to his Scrap and Assassin traits
  • Kassadin is now a Mutant Scholar
  • Leona is now a Debonair Bodyguard
  • Swain is now a Hextech Arcanist
  • Talon is now a Debonair Assassin
Arcane’s Silco and League’s Renata Glasc are headed to Teamfight Tactics (3) Image: Riot Games

Traits

Three brand-new traits are being added to the game: Hextech, Debonair, and Striker. The Hextech trait will grant shields and an on-hit magic damage buff to Hextech units. The Debonair trait includes a VIP mechanic — if you find a nice and shiny Debonair unit in your shop, that unit will get a special buff unique to them. Strikers get bonus attack damage.

Rival is technically a new trait, as well, but it’s basically just an altered version of the Sister trait from set 6, sticking with the themes of Vi and Jinx’s relationship in Arcane. Rather than getting a trait bonus from playing both Vi and Jinx, now you only get the bonus if you play just one of them. Mastermind is also a new trait, but it’s just for Silco — units who stand directly in front of Silco gain extra mana generation.

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The Socialite trait is also getting a 5-unit bonus, which will double all Socialite bonuses if you can stack your board with them.

Removed traits

Three traits that struggled to find a consistent home in Set 6 are gone: Academy (along with all the Academy units except for Leona), Imperial (ditto, except Swain and Talon), and Protectors (all but Blitzcrank and Kassadin are out).

The extremely popular Guardian Angel item is being removed as well, in favor of Edge of Night:

Arcane’s Silco and League’s Renata Glasc are headed to Teamfight Tactics (4) Image: Riot Games

Augments

More than 80 new augments are coming with Neon Nights, and all the ones tied to the now-gone Academy, Imperial, and Protector traits are gone. You can read some context about some of the devs here, but here’s a straight list for you in alphabetical order (shout out to Mobalytics and the many others mining the PBE for this info):

New augments

Arcane Nullifier (Silver, Gold, Prismatic): Your unit’s abilities ignore a portion of the target’s magic resist and reduce healing received for eight seconds.

Archangel’s Embrace (Silver, Gold, Prismatic): After casting their ability, units gain ability power equal to 20/30/40% of their maximum mana.

Backfoot (Silver, Gold, Prismatic): Your units that start combat in the back two rows gain attack speed.

Battlemage (Silver, Gold, Prismatic): Your units that start combat in the front two rows gain ability power.

Blue Battery (Silver, Gold): After casting their ability, your units restore a flat amount of mana.

Component Grab Bag (Gold): Get three random item components.

Concussive Blows (Silver): Striker’s critical strikes stun their target. Get a Rek’sai.

Cybernetic Shell (Silver, Gold, Prismatic): Your units holding an item gain health and armor.

Cybernetic Uplink (Silver, Gold, Prismatic): Your units holding an item gain health and restore mana.

Debonair Crest (Gold): Get a Debonair emblem and a Syndra.

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Debonair Crown (Primsatic): Get two Debonair emblems.

Debonair Heart (Silver): Your team counts as having one additional Debonair. Get a Talon.

Disintegrator (Silver, Gold, Prismatic): Your units’ attacks deal bonus magic damage scaling off the target’s maximum health.

Double Trouble (Silver, Gold, Prismatic): If you have exactly two copies of a unit on your board, they both gain attack damage, ability power, armor and magic resist. When you upgrade a unit to three-star, gain a two-star copy.

Electrocharge (Silver, Gold, Prismatic): When your units get hit with a critical strike, they deal magic damage to nearby enemies.

Four Score (Gold): Get three random four-cost champions.

Free ... Healthcare? (Silver): All units benefit from the Chemtech trait. Get a Warwick.

Future Sight (Gold, Prismatic): Get a Zephyr/Radiant Zephyr. Know who you fight next.

The Golden Egg (Prismatic): Get a massive Golden Egg that hatches in five turns.

Golden Gifts (Gold, Prismatic): Get a golden loot orb.

Arcane’s Silco and League’s Renata Glasc are headed to Teamfight Tactics (5) Image: Riot Games

Hexnova (Silver): The first time a Hextech unit drops below 60% health, nearby enemies’ maximum Mana is increased until they cast. Gain a Nocturne.

Hextech Armory (Silver): All units benefit from the Hextech trait. Get a Sejuani.

Hextech Crest (Gold): Get a Hextech emblem and a Nocturne.

Hextech Crown (Prismatic): Get two Hextech emblems.

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Hextech Heart (Silver): Your team counts as having one additional Hextech. Get a Sejuani.

High Five (Prismatic): Get three five-cost units.

Irresistible Charm (Silver): Debonair units take less damage. Gain a Leona.

Jeweled Lotus (Gold): Your units’ magic and true damage abilities can critically strike.

Keepers (Silver, Gold): At the start of combat, your units grant adjacent allies a shield.

Luden’s Echo (Silver, Gold, Prismatic): Splash damage to a nearby enemy from ability damage.

Meditation (Silver, Gold, Prismatic): Your units without items restore mana.

Overpower (Silver): Every two attacks, Strikers gain critical strike chance on their next attack. Get a Rek’Sai.

Phalanx (Silver, Gold, Prismatic): Units in the back two rows at the start of combat get armor and magic resist.

Radiant Relics (Prismatic): Open an Armory and choose one of four unique Radiant Items.

Recombobulator (Silver): Units on your board permanently transform into a random champion that costs one more. Gain two Magnetic Removers.

Second Wind (Silver, Gold, Prismatic): After 10 seconds of combat, your units heal half of their missing health.

Stored Power (Silver): Your Hextech units permanently gain one ability power each time they are hit by your Hexcore’s pulses. Get a Swain.

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Striker Crest (Gold): Get a Striker emblem and a Rek’Sai.

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Striker Crown (Prismatic): Get two Striker emblems.

Striker Heart (Silver): Your team counts as having one additional Striker. Get a Rek’Sai.

Study the Blade (Silver): All units benefit from the Challenger trait. Get a Quinn.

Swift Justice (Silver): Enforcers permanently gain Attack speed after each combat. Get a Sejuani.

Thieving Rascals (Gold): Yordles will sometimes spawn with an item component. Get a Lulu.

Three’s Company (Silver): Gain three random three-cost units.

Tiny Titans (Prismatic): Your Tactician grows larger and heals 35 Health. You can now exceed 100 maximum Health.

Treasure Trove (Silver, Gold, Prismatic): Gain one blue and one gray loot orb.

Tri Force (Silver, Gold, Prismatic): Your three-cost units gain Health, Mana, and Attack Speed.

True Twos (Gold): Get two random two-star two-cost units.

Verdant Veil (Gold): Your units are immune to crowd control at the start of combat.

Very VIP (Gold): When an ally dies, the Debonair VIP gets 40% of their maximum health. Get a Syndra.

Woodland Trinket (Gold): At the beginning of each round, two duplicates of your unit with the highest attack speed spawn on your board.

Changed augments

Straight from the patch notes

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  • Chemical Overload max Health percentage explosion damage: 20/30/40 ⇒ 20/30/removed
  • Runic Shield I now also grants a Swain
  • Runic Shield II now also grants a Vex
  • Runic Shield III has been removed
  • Ardent Censer bonus Attack Speed: 50% ⇒ 40%
  • Ardent Censer now also grants a Lulu
  • Cutthroat Mana reave: 65% ⇒ 50%
  • Cutthroat now also grants a Talon
  • Duet Health bonus: 400 ⇒ 200
  • Duet now also grants a Senna
  • En Garde disarm duration: 3 ⇒ 2.5sec
  • En Garde now also grants a Warwick
  • Lifelong Learning now also grants a Syndra
  • Lifelong Learning no longer works on PVE rounds
  • One for All now also grants an Ashe
  • Payday now also grants an Ashe
  • Portable Forge option, Obsidian Cleaver Armor & Magic Resist shred: 70% ⇒ 60%
  • Pirates now also grants a Quinn
  • Self-Repair repair time: 6 ⇒ 7 seconds
  • Self-Repair now also grants a Zilean
  • Shrug it Off now also grants a Sejuani
  • Sniper Heart now also grants an Ashe instead of a Tristana
  • So Small now also grants a Corki
  • Stand Behind Me now also grants a Blitzcrank
  • Twinshot Heart now also grants a Corki instead of a Kog’Maw
  • Unstable Evolution: fixed a bug where 3-star champs with items were getting more stacks than intended.
  • Unstable Evolution now also grants a Rek’sai
  • Armor Plating now proc’s one time at 50% Health, giving 3 seconds of Invulnerability
  • Armor Plating now also grants a Cho’gath
  • Broken Stopwatch now also grants a Zilean
  • Broken Stopwatch will never appear in 1-4
  • Clear Mind can only appear on 1-4
  • Gold Reserves max damage: 60% ⇒ 50%
  • Gold Reserves now also grants a Quinn
  • Instant Injection now also grants a Warwick
  • Junkyard now also grants an Ezreal
  • Scholar Crest now grants a Zyra instead of a Heimerdinger
  • Sharpshooter damage reduction: 45% ⇒ 50%
  • Sharpshooter now also grants a Corki
  • Smoke Bomb now also grants a Talon
  • Spellblade Ability Power scaling on next basic attack after cast: 225% ⇒ 200%
  • Spellblade now also grants a Swain
  • Titanic Force will rarely appear as the 1st Augment option
  • Celestial Blessing III Omnivamp: 25% ⇒ 35%
  • Cybernetic Implants III Health: 350 ⇒ 450
  • Enforcer Soul has been removed
  • High End Shopping now also grants 5 gold
  • High End Shopping will never appear as the 1st augment
  • Makeshift Armor III Armor & Magic Resist: 75 ⇒ 80
  • Socialite Soul now also grants 8 gold
  • Weakspot: You can no longer be offered other levels of Weakspot after choosing any tier of Weakspot
  • Woodland Charm will never appear as the 3rd Augment
  • Share the Spotlight: Tier 2 (Gold) ⇒ Tier 3 (Prismatic)
  • Share the Spotlight shared bonus: 100% ⇒ 125%
  • Share the Spotlight now also grants a Senna

FAQs

Is Silco in Teamfight Tactics? ›

One of the new champions making his debut in TFT is Silco, who you may recognize from the hit Netflix series, Arcane. Silco is making the jump from your tv to your game and is the first original character in TFT that's independent of League of Legends.

How much mana does Renata have TFT? ›

Renata Glasc will likely become a powerful support champion within TFT Set 6.5. She has starting mana of 40/80, with items like Spear of Shojin or Blue Buff prompting more casts of Toxic Wave in conjunction with mana from the Scholar trait when active.

What champ has not been in TFT? ›

That leaves Rammus as the only League champion never to appear in a TFT set.

Is Renata in Arcane? ›

Renata Glasc is one of the newest additions to Riot's roster of playable champions. Her addition to the game came after Arcane's release.

Is Silco coming to LoL? ›

Unfortunately for the Silco diehards out there, the character is not going to be added to League. Riot confirmed that Silco will not be added to League in any capacity, apart from his pre-existing involvement in the game's lore.

How old is Jinx in Arcane? ›

Jinx is stated to be 11-12 years old in the first act of Arcane and is estimated to be 17-19 years old in the second and third act of the series.

Is Renata a mage? ›

Renata is an Enchanter/Mage, which means she has AP scaling. Even if you should not concentrate on dealing damage, it is still a good idea to increase your E damage slightly, and the best way to do so is with Spellthief's Edge.

What position is Renata LOL? ›

Renata Glasc is a Support and the second champion to hit Summoners Rift in Season 12. She is the 159th champion, and is coming out very very soon! She has interesting tools in her kit that can play a huge part in dictating the tempo of the lane and the game.

What type of champion is Renata? ›

Renata Glasc grants an allied champion or herself ramping Attack Speed and Move Speed toward enemies.

How much will Renata Glasc cost? ›

Renata's release skin: Admiral Glasc it will cost players 1350RP.

Can sevika be Renata? ›

Just because Sevika and Renata both have one doesn't mean anything on it's own. And if you thought for a second they were the same character, it's clear that Renata is not Sevika. Renata did lose her arm in an attempt to save her parents from an attack, however, which does closely mirror Sevika.

Who is Silco's right hand woman? ›

Sevika is one of the new characters that have been introduced to the League of Legends world via the animated series titled Arcane. This is why not much is known about her apart from the fact that she is Silco's loyal lieutenant.

Does Renata use shimmer? ›

Renata Glasc has been speculated to use shimmer. However, this has been proven otherwise as she uses a few different variations on a chemtech formula her alchemist parents were developing before they died.

Does Silco become JHIN? ›

He will once Silco becomes Jhin and he travels to Ionia to escape Vi, Jinx and the Piltover Police/Zaun Mob.

Does Silco become Swain? ›

Silco is not Swain. Arcane took some liberties with their depiction, but they didnt stray too far from canon. Swains name is Jericho Swain and he didnt come from the mines of Zaun.

Who created Silco? ›

Silco is a criminal mastermind from the underground city of Piltover, who he would later give the name of Zaun. He is the one that gave it that name.

Does Jinx have a love interest? ›

Jinx is the girlfriend of Kid Flash. Their relationship was kind of rocky at first but they are off that road and now really care for each other. In the comics they are shown more romantic. They have been seen on dates to the movies, at the carnival, at the pizza place, and in the park.

What mental illness does Jinx have? ›

The Animated Netflix series, Arcane (TV series) presents the story of two sisters suffering from extreme trauma. Fans trust Jinx suffers from Borderline personality disorder, PTSD and Schizophrenia, while Vi has extreme childhood trauma.

Why is Jinx named Powder? ›

Our first hint as to who Powder is starts in Legends of Runeterra, Ekko refers to Jinx as Powder, Pow can then be seen on the leader board in the Arcane trailer. Some fans have suggested Jinx may have been given the nickname Powder as it sounds like gunpowder and as we all know, Jinx is gun crazy!

Who does Renata go well with? ›

Jinx is arguably one of the best ADCs to pair with Renata in League of Legends. This is due to the damage that this champion can deal in the late game.

Who is Renata Glasc lore? ›

Renata Glasc rose from the ashes of her childhood home with nothing but her name and her parents' alchemical research. In the decades since, she has become Zaun's wealthiest chem-baron, a business magnate who built her power by tying everyone's interests to her own. Work with her, and be rewarded beyond measure.

Is Renata Glasc black? ›

Appearance. Renata Glasc is a middle aged, lean, and brown skinned woman. Her hair is black with strains of grey showing. Her eye colors are chemically altered and have a pink and purple hue.

What tier is Renata? ›

Renata Glasc support has a 51.75% win rate in Platinum+ on Patch 12.17 coming in at rank 3 of 72 and graded S Tier on the LoL Tierlist. Renata Glasc support is a strong counter to Miss Fortune, Pantheon & Yuumi while Renata Glasc is countered most by Vel'Koz, Sona & Maokai.

How tall is Renata Glasc? ›

At 6-feet-tall, Renata Glasc looks up to no one. But on the off chance someone is taller, she opens her umbrella, forcing them to bow beneath, below her eye level.

What do you max on Renata? ›

Ability Max Order for Renata

Loyalty Program is a projectile that slows enemies and gives allies a shield. Both abilities are equally viable to max first, so it's completely up to player preference. Max out Handshake if you need to deal extra damage, and go with Loyalty Program if you need to protect your allies.

Is Renata weak? ›

Renata is weak early, and if you're able to abuse her weak early game, you can quickly kill her over and over again.

Is Renata LOL? ›

Renata Glasc is a champion in League of Legends.

What Lane is Renata Glasc? ›

Welcome to the METAsrc statistical Renata Glasc build guide, Top Lane 12.18.

What is the best trait in TFT? ›

Traits
TierTraitsTop 4
S1 Starcaller63.0%
A1 Spell Thief63.0%
A4 Shapeshifter62.8%
A2 Shapeshifter62.5%
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What does TFT stand for? ›

A display screen made with TFT (thin-film transistor) technology is a liquid crystal display (LCD), common in notebook and laptop computers, that has a transistor for each pixel (that is, for each of the tiny elements that control the illumination of your display).

How long is a TFT game? ›

Assuming that a winner is declared on 6-5 (stage 6, round 5), the game will last around 35 minutes. We can reach this number as the first stage would last 3 minutes (3 rounds at 60 seconds each) and each full stage after would last approximately 6 minutes (6 rounds reaching 60 seconds each).

How do I know if my champion is AD or AP? ›

A good rule of thumb is usually if the Champion relies on Auto Attacks and physical projectiles, they'll build AD. While if a Champion relies on spells and stereotypical magic abilities, they'll build AP.

How do you win the TFT game? ›

Economy and Leveling Strategies to Win Games in TFT Set 7 - YouTube

How many Tier 3 TFTS are there? ›

There is a fixed champion pool size for each tier which is shared among all players: Tier 1: 29. Tier 2: 22. Tier 3: 18.

Does Renata scale? ›

Renata Glasc's basic attacks mark her enemies for 6 seconds and deal an additional 1 – 5% (scaling with level) + 0.01% Ability Power. Damage from Renata's allies consumes the mark, dealing 2 – 11% (scaling with level) + 0.01% Ability Power.

Is Renata Glasc out yet? ›

Thanks to League of Legends 2022 Patch Schedule we know exactly when we can expect to see Renata Glasc released into the game proper. League of Legends 12.4 Patch is expected to release on February 16.

Is Renata Glasc good Reddit? ›

Its is a super niche champion, where you have to have the perfect enemy composition to make it work. She is a jack of all trades (damage, shielding, revive/buff) but doesn't excel in any of them. She is squishy and immobile and unthreatening unlike hook champions.

Is Sevika Silco's daughter? ›

Jinx. After she was adopted by Silco, Sevika rose to the rank of second-in-command, responsible for making sure her bosses operations went smoothly. However her and Jinx had a strained relationship, as both competed for Silco's favor.

Is Sevika singed daughter? ›

There are no specific evidence that confirms that Sevika is Singeds daughter. However, there is the theory that Sevika might be related to Singed. There are two scenes in particular, that can be used to explain the relationship between Sevika and Singed.

Is Sevika the daughter of Grayson? ›

Sevika is Grayson's daughter.

Is Jinx a villain? ›

Jinx is a fictional character, a comic book supervillainess and leader of the Fearsome Five, appearing in books published by DC Comics. Created by Marv Wolfman and Chuck Patton, she first appeared in Tales of the Teen Titans #56 (August 1985).

Is Sevika a traitor? ›

Meanwhile, Vi follows her intel and finds Sevika, the traitor working with Silco.

Why does Silco inject his eye? ›

According to the League of Legends fandom, Silco injects a medicine, thought to be Shimmer, directly into his eye in order to keep the mutation under control.

Is sevika Renata Glasc? ›

Renata Glasc and Sevika are both of those who are accustomed to wearing a pair of shoes. Resemblance to Renata is to Sevika, a lower right-hander of Silcos.

Is Renata Glasc a villain? ›

Renata Glasc, also known as The Chem-Baroness, is a villainous playable champion in the multiplayer online battle arena game League of Legends.

Will Renata and Zeri be in Arcane? ›

No, Renata was not in Arcane.

It was specifically stated by Reav3, that they pushed back the release of both Zeri and Renata due to Arcane.

Who is Silco in League of Legends lore? ›

Silco is the main antagonist of Season 1 of the Riot Games/Netflix 2021 animated series Arcane, which is set in the League of Legends universe. He is a tyrannical Zaunite crime lord and industrialist who seeks to make Zaun independent from Piltover and is willing to stop at almost nothing to achieve it.

Is Silco a canon? ›

Silco is not Swain. Arcane took some liberties with their depiction, but they didnt stray too far from canon. Swains name is Jericho Swain and he didnt come from the mines of Zaun.

Is Silco coming back? ›

Silco, one of the main characters from Riot Games' hit animated series Arcane, is set to join Teamfight Tactics as a playable unit next year. But Silco won't be appearing on League of Legends' champion roster, Riot Games has confirmed.

Why does Silco inject his eye? ›

According to the League of Legends fandom, Silco injects a medicine, thought to be Shimmer, directly into his eye in order to keep the mutation under control.

Is Jinx in love with Silco? ›

Make no mistake, there is no sexual relationship between Silco and Jinx, but her mannerisms toward him say otherwise.

Is Jinx a villain? ›

Jinx is a fictional character, a comic book supervillainess and leader of the Fearsome Five, appearing in books published by DC Comics. Created by Marv Wolfman and Chuck Patton, she first appeared in Tales of the Teen Titans #56 (August 1985).

How old is Silco in Arcane? ›

Arcane Characters: Height, Age, Relationships, & Species
NameHeightAge
Silco5'9”Early to mid-40s
Ekko5'8”Around 16 to 18
Viktor5'10”Early 30s
Mel Medarda5'11”Early 30s
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Does Silco become JHIN? ›

He will once Silco becomes Jhin and he travels to Ionia to escape Vi, Jinx and the Piltover Police/Zaun Mob. There he messes with Shen and the Twilight order.

Is Silco Jinx's dad? ›

Silco may have been Arcane's main antagonist but he was also a father to Jinx when she needed one most. WARNING: The following contains spoilers for the entirety of Arcane Season 1, now streaming on Netflix.

Is Viktor evil Arcane? ›

Viktor, also known as The Machine Herald, is a villainous playable character in the multiplayer online battle arena game League of Legends, and a major character in its 2021 Netflix animated spin-off prequel series Arcane.

How did Silco lose his eye? ›

Years before the story of Arcane's first season, Vander nearly drowned Silco in the waters of Zaun, injuring Silco badly beneath his left eye before submerging him. As a result, the heavily polluted water flooded into the open wound, resulting in a severe and unusual infection of Silco's eye.

Is singed Silco? ›

No. Despite the huge amount of speculation and theories that have been making rounds on the internet, Silco is not Singed as they are different characters but they do work together.

Will Silco ever be a champion? ›

Silco was one of the most prominent champions in Arcane, but it seems that leakers have found some evidence that we might get to play him in League sooner than we might hope. So, we know we got Silco in Teamfight Tactics this year already, but fans want more.

Did Silco know VI was alive? ›

When Silco found out that Vi was still alive, he went to Marcus' home and made the enforcer fear that he'd do something to his daughter. Marcus hated working for Silco, and even considered sacrificing himself in order to kill him, but couldn't do it.

Is Silco alive? ›

Silco dies by the end of Season 1, but all the Shimmer he's been selling is still out there. Silco seemed genuinely willing to stop distributing drugs in exchange for Zaun's independence (after all, he only created Shimmer so it could be used to fight for independence).

How did Jinx eyes change? ›

Jinx's Eyes Are a Sign Of Her Mental State

However, her eyes do become pink in certain moments when she is undergoing severe stress. The most striking example is when Jinx shoots down the Firefly who she thought was her sister Vi.

Videos

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Name: Terence Hammes MD

Birthday: 1992-04-11

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