If you’re new to the League of Legends game, there are a few things you need to know. First of all, there are different types of characters to choose from. There’s a Jinx character, who first came out as a champion in 2013. This character was inspired by Harley Quinn and the Joker. Jinx was an extremely powerful champion when Coco League of Legends first came out. She stands about five feet tall and weighs 140 pounds, and her weapons are highly effective. She also has a unique dance that makes her stand out from other champions.
The character Coco is a rabbit villager with a normal disposition. She will make friends quickly with the player and is usually one of the first villagers to awaken. She will get along with most normal villagers but will get confrontational with cranky or sisterly villagers. Her favorite song is “I’m Yours”.
She was a member of CJ Entus during the 2015 LoL KeSPA Cup, but then left and joined Incredible Miracle on December 5. Her team rebranded and became Longzhu on January 3, 2016. Longzhu played in the LCK Spring Season with a 10-man roster and finished seventh with an 8-10 record, missing the playoffs. However, in the LCK Summer Season, they had a poor showing and finished eighth.
Coco is a professional League of Legends esports player. He plays as a mid laner and is currently a coach for the Korean team Nongshim RedForce. He previously went by the name CoCo. In January 2013, he was picked up by the Xenics organization and immediately became the team’s starting mid laner. His first official game event, or OGN, was HOT6iX Champions Summer 2013.
After a long time as a professional player, Coco Jin-yeong has decided to switch roles and transition into coaching. The South Korean mid laner first played professionally for Xenics Storm in 2012, before moving on to CJ Entus and SANDBOX Gaming. In 2019, Coco took a coaching role with the team.
During the 2015 LoL KeSPA Cup, Coco played for CJ Entus. She later left CJ Entus to join Incredible Miracle, which was rebranded as Longzhu on January 3, 2016. She joined the 10-man roster of Longzhu in January 2016, and played for the team throughout the LCK Spring Season. She finished in seventh place, but missed the playoffs. Her team’s performance did not improve during the LCK Summer Season in 2016, going 7-11 in sets and finishing eighth.