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Fiddlesticks: Terror in Demacia | Champion Update Trailer - League of Legends
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Fiddlesticks: Terror in Demacia | Champion Update Trailer - League of Legends

An ancient fear awakens.
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0:51 for just a split second, you can see FiddleSticks look at the camera before hiding his eyes to play the part of a scarecrow, it wasn’t until he started moving away that Fiddlesticks realised that his prey is running, almost like a big cat in a way

Author — Jack Damascus
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The fact that when the guard said "Tedric" Fiddle answer slowly " Not Tedric" and once Fiddle killed the guard said " Fiddlesticks"

Author — SrLópez
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Man can only imagine in the future if they ever put fiddlestick into arcane or into some other type of show!

Author — DiGiEarth - Relaxtion Of The Earth
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Fiddle is an ancient demon, one of the first. He use the fears of his victims against them, so they can be scared and weaken. The scarecrow is just a vessel and a tool to make kills. In the game you can hear him saying different lines to almost every champion against him. Specially the line against Jinx, when now is more understandable, after S1E3 of Arcane.

Author — Yasen Denev
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Its so heart warming to come back to this cinematic, since reworked Fiddlesticks is actually the reason i started playing League

Author — Pantim07
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I love how because he mimics people, he heard someone just go “Fiddlesticks!” and decided that was his name

Author — Jeremy Tewari
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