By Tanner Dedmon
League of Legends player and content creator JKMercury shared the video above that they were the result of three months of work. If you're having trouble counting the two videos separately considering how faithful the low-budget project was, Riot Games' original video on the left will serve as a comparison to show how accurate the content creator's project is.
The player used everything from tiny cutouts of champions to ants to make the video possible, the ant being particularly difficult part of the video to coordinate, the creator said when discussing the project on reddit.
"Thanks!" the creator said when replying to somebody who has mentioned the ant and the glass that served as Ryze's Rune Prison ability. “The ant was not cooperating with me at all so it took a good 20 minutes to get to the right way at the right angle, but it was all worth it when I saw how well it synced!”
If they style of this video looks familiar, it might be because viewers have already seen JKMercury's past creations including the "Warriors" music video that was similarly created with a low, low budget. The creator mimicked Riot Games format for video just as they did with the latest one and has created other low-budget League of Legends videos like one where they voiced over a League of Legends
Riot Games original "Rise" video can be seen above for any who missed the Worlds 201