Show the world what a real main looks like. Eternals are a new type of cosmetic that let you showcase your accomplishments and stunt on your opponents. Track your per-game personal bests and rack up lifetime milestones for things like hooks hit, dunks dunked, and more.
Read more about the design and function of Eternals in this /Dev post.
Eternals are a new type of cosmetic that let you showcase your accomplishments in League, counting both unique and general gameplay milestones on a per-champion basis. In-game, you’ll see milestones "pop up” on the side of the screen as you hit statistical checkpoints for that Eternal.
Other in-game features include a new flair for that champion's Mastery emote, a list of Eternals at the back of a champion's loading screen card, and a showcase of your Eternals on enemies' death screens when you take them down. You can track your progress for each Eternal in the Progression tab of the client when not in game.
You can purchase Eternals sets directly from the champion detail page (in the new Progression section) or from the Eternals tab in the Store. Eternals are separated into two set types: Common and Unique.
Common sets will only include broadly-applicable Eternals, such as Kills, Objectives Destroyed, and Takedowns. They’ll be available year-round for 225 RP and twice a year in the Essence Emporium for 3500 BE. Each Common set will contain three Common Eternals per champion.
Unique sets will only include custom-built Eternals for each champion. They'll be available year-round for 590 RP. Each set will contain three Unique Eternals per champion.
You can check out all of your Eternals in the Progression tab under each champion (go to your Collection and click on a champion). You’ll see your unlocked or locked Eternals here, and be able to explore your milestone progress and personal bests.
Yes! As more sets come out, you’ll be able to feature different Eternals in the loading screen and in-game. On top of that, you can mix and match individual Eternal from more sets in the future for some optimal customization.
There’s nothing wrong with a bit of secrecy and subterfuge (just ask Zed!) Players will have several options to mute Eternals milestones in-game (All On, Self + Team Only, and completely Off). However, Eternals will always be shown on the death screen and on the back of the player card in the loading screen.
Hit five milestones on any Eternal to “Rekindle” it, which will unlock Personal Best. A Personal Best tracks your all-time, single-match best for that particular Eternal. Beating your Personal Best in a match fires a special Milestone for everyone to see! For example, if your Personal Best for kills was 10 in a single game and you score 11 the next time you hit the Rift, everyone will see a Milestone of your achievement!
Your champion’s Mastery Emote will be automatically upgraded after hitting five Milestones on each Eternal in a set. Think of it like a set completion reward. Rekindle more sets as they release to upgrade your Mastery Emote even further!
The first Mastery Emote upgrade from rekindling a set.
Eternals that no longer apply to the present status of a champion will be marked as a Legacy Eternal. These Legacy Eternals can still be featured, even if they no longer track the stat in question (their number will remain the same). The Legacy Eternal will then be replaced by a new Eternal for free.
We appreciate your generous spirit, but at this time you cannot gift Eternals.
Yes! We’ll have more updates on this soon.
Nope, not at the moment.
No way! Your Eternals will continuously track their respective stats (and Milestones in-game) even when they're not featured.
Yes. You won’t be able to unlock Eternals for champs you don’t yet own.
You sure can. Eternals are refundable per the refund policy in the Store. Note that your stats will be reset to zero if you refund!
Nope! You’ll be able to experience Eternals from level 1.