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Rek’Sai’s exploit makes it impossible to survive the League’s infamous jungler

A groundbreaking exploit in League of Legends can give Rek’Sai an indefensible one-hit kill, prompting Riot to fix the issue.

League clips are circulating where The Void Burrower takes out three enemies on the fly, or kills the Baron instantly without risking going low or having items to take out.

This is believed to have to do with the use of a script that disrupts the way League registers damage after the champion digs/digs (W) and pays huge dividends for cheaters.

In any case, players have expressed dissatisfaction with the exploit as it affects more ranked games and costs players ELO.

Rek’Sai bug gave instakills in League

League players have reached out to Riot Games support on Twitter to draw attention to an issue with Rek’Sai, with some directly saying the company should disable the champion.

“Rek’sai W’s damage is intentionally exploited in ranked matches,” said one user. “Please disable and repair the champion and ban the evildoers. The player was level 4 and instantly killed the dragon with W.”

Whether it’s neutral monsters or opposing players, the exploit can pose a threat to anything Rek’Sai can attack.

“Rek’sai comes from Burrow and just clears the health bar of everything he comes in contact with,” said another player. “It has no damage in the damage tables during the death screen, but whatever ability he touched it with, in that video during the death screen recap it said I did 45 damage to it.”

Additionally, other clips show the same exploit working to heal allies at a rapid pace and disrupting the game on two different fronts that require quick action.

Several people have attempted to raise the issue with Riot Support, but developers have yet to respond to the bug as players await a potential fix.

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Emma Bowman

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