Hello everyone, I'm one of those people who listen to all the login screen music, probably because I play bass and enjoy music in general, but also because I'm sorry that the music in video games, even though Well done is not evaluated.
So what I'm going to do is make a subjective list of the 15 logged theme songs that I think better represent the champion they represent thematically.
This is also a good chance for you to listen to these songs if you haven't already (on the whole, not just the first 5 seconds, many tunes have the "best part" a little later).
It has a mystical and magic feel, and the melody picks up speed rapidly before returning to the more mysterious vocals, which fits the champion perfectly.
After a hard day in the mountains, with that hammer beating rhythmically in the heat of the furnace, I feel nostalgic. That's what this song is telling me, perfect, but not as memorable as another Frljordian champion that would be revealed later :)
It's a little weird; It's very old, and the league's music evolved as the game progressed; However, I must say that, despite its brevity, the quirky fairy tale we have playing here is gold, and it matches Lulu perfectly. To this day, it's still fantastic.
The theme music is incredibly impactful and triumphant, bringing Shureima back to greatness and glory, with just the right amount of Egyptian influence without sounding cliched. Shurima, my dear.
The middle part of the song is a build-up to the "real" part of the song at the end, which is the same melody as the beginning but multiplied by ten, and you know immediately that Swain is coming. Beautiful.
A virtuoso crescendo results in an Asian-inspired melody that flows beautifully through the ears like the dancing blades of Irelia in battle.
What can I say, it's awesome. It's what a giant war dance I would love to be, which is so invigorating with some Arabic themes thrown in for good measure.
It's weird too; The first part fully represents Zoe's trickster and fairytale-like character, with a very joyful melody; The second part changes slightly, becoming more mysterious, perhaps representing more of the cosmic side of Zoe, before returning to the trickster one and ending abruptly.
If you could spend four minutes in Shin's mind, what would you hear and think? This. It's as simple as that. Success.
The song's main melody is only one, but it's very well done, with some of the baroque inspirations being turned into more modern music, and a great crescent in the middle of the song, setting the end where we've got all of it. The main tune meets artistic greatness once again.
The feeling of complete freedom, of being able to move fast with the wind on your back and the earth on your side. The vocals only say AHHHH, but it doesn't matter because in this case the melody of those vocals, not the lyrics, matters.
As with VI, but a billion times more. Jinx has a lot of charisma, so the music had to match that. When Riot released Jinx's music video, the world turned upside down for a while, and everyone went crazy for her, and the song accounts for half of that. Although there isn't a traditional login screen, it's absolutely amazing in any case, ten out of ten.
It's so good I don't know where to start; The musical is not only supposed to represent one of the thematically most bizarre champions in LoL but it's also supposed to capture the mystery and duel between Wolf and Lamb. In fact, so far, it's still my favorite login screen ever. It begins with a piano ambiance, with a composite The sad tune that turns somewhat uncertain and almost crazy in the middle section before slowing down at the end. Absolutely wonderful.
The music is very fitting for what our stylish gunslinger demon hunter is supposed to be. Not only does the login screen have that introduction with Lucian speaking and Thresh Lantern to get you pumped, but the music is very fitting for our stylish gunslinger demon hunter. The first part of this song is its heart, while the rest is more experimental, becoming more rhythmic as it progresses.
And, yes, even after all these years, Broome is still in the first place for me. In fact, the music in this case is so good that it elevates the main character by a factor of a hundred. Inspired by the traditional songs of the cold north, this folk song is a perfect fit for Broome in every way. Hearth, first and foremost, if you have a broom you have nothing to fear. 10/10.
And that was all for the list; These were extremely difficult to organize, but I wanted to push myself. Of course, there's a lot more good login music out there, but I've limited my options to these. What are your thoughts?