Change Riot's decision to remove cross-shard challenges!

Change Riot's decision to remove cross-shard challenges!

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Jeremy Hall started this petition to Riot and

I created this petition in an attempt to get the Riot development team behind the card game Legends of Runeterra, to rethink their decision to remove cross-shard challenges in early June, or provide a work around losing this function due to how integral it currently is to the Runterra community!

While the development team behind the amazing card game we know and love known as Legends of Runeterra has made countless decisions that have been in the best interest of their player base and the community surrounding their game, today's announcement that cross-shard play will be discontinued in the future, is an ENORMOUS step in the wrong direction.

Not only is playing Runeterra with friends no matter their coordinates a huge draw for the casual scene, it is nearly a necessity for the grassroots competitive scene, which has been a pillar and staple in fostering continued growth for Runeterra. This change will force players to create multiple accounts to challenge friends from separate regions of the world, which would require a ton of time to get the needed resources to compete and have fun on said accounts.

While I understand that keeping this function may be hindering the roll out of future projects the dev team wants to implement into Runeterra, removing it entirely I feel will have quite the negative affect on a huge portion of the Runeterra community!

So with a deep love and admiration for Runeterra, I merely ask that Riot at least reconsiders their position on this decision for their community, as myself and many others want to continue to enjoy this beloved game with the ability to challenge and compete against our friends and fellow community members from all over the world! Thank you for your time!

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