That's just the beginning, though. Unlike LoL, where matches can last up to an hour (or more), Wild Rift aims to cut down a lot of complexity and bloat for matches that maybe last 20 minutes. Each team's Nexus, the building you have to destroy to win the game, no longer has turrets defending it, for instance. The map is also smaller and buying items to buff your champion is much faster and more intuitive. I particularly love the addition of upgraded jungle camps that provide stronger buffs in the late game, and the four new types of drakes that teams can fight over for extra buffs is especially cool. … [Read more...] about League of Legends’ mobile spin-off looks awesome
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However, teacher José Picardo argues that the aversion to technology in Steiner schools is rooted in a “pseudo-intellectualism which believes the things we are familiar with are better than the things our children are familiar with”. Picardo teaches at Surbiton High School in Surrey, where every pupil from the age of seven or eight is given a tablet. “I think my children are going to end up being better prepared for the world in which they live,” he says, because his school does not subscribe to the idea that “playing with something physical is better and therefore children shouldn’t be allowed technology”. … [Read more...] about Could Steiner schools have a point on children, tablets and tech?
"That was the first time I questioned whether management was really for me. I had six months off, and John Benson called me one day and said there was an opportunity to come to Wigan. I really enjoyed working with Dave Whelan and that opened my eyes that if you could get a good relationship with a chairman, then it can be a really rewarding job." … [Read more...] about Steve Bruce: Man Utd, captaincy, headers, management and more | Off Script
She told MailOnline: 'I am contracted for 7.5 hours a day at £10 an hour and will be paid regardless of any calls I make. We are getting more people getting in touch about working at the track and trace places – with definite teething problems.' … [Read more...] about Civil liberty campaigners hit out at ‘draconian intrusion of privacy’ after Matt Hancock’s threat to issue fines for people not obeying 14-day test and trace isolation orders
But close associates of Black Rod insist it is he who has been consistent, and believed from the Easter Sunday mobile phone chat that Ms Sumner overstepped the mark. "He is a straight-talking chap," said a friend. "He does not suffer fools gladly and is not afraid of saying what he thinks about anything. He thought Downing Street was absolutely barking. He was in no doubt No 10 was trying to fix things." … [Read more...] about How spat over protocol was blown up into a crisis