However, Riot Games have now officially revealed the voice actors for the audiobook version of the novel.
Additionally,*---- fans may recognise some of the actors from the game that the book is based around.
So, let's take a look at all of the voice actors used in Ruination, a League of Legends novel from Riot Games.
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League of Legends Camavor is a brutal land with a bloody legacy. Where the empire's knights go, slaughter follows.
However, Kalista seeks to change that. When her young and narcissistic uncle, Viego, becomes king, she vows to temper his destructive instincts. But her plans are thwarted when an assassin's poisoned blade strikes Viego's wife, Isolde.
Viego descends into madness and grief, threatening to drag Camavor down with him. However, Kalista makes a desperate gambit to save the League of Legends kingdom: she searches for the long-lost Blessed Isles which are rumoured to hold the queen's salvation.
She will be forced to choose between her loyalty to Viego and doing what she knows is right. One noble act can shine a light that saves the world.
The voice actors for champions in Ruination will be voiced by the voice actors used in-game.
Acclaimed voice actors Misty Lee, Mark Oliver, and Sean J. Teale will reprise their roles of Kalista, Thresh, and Viego, respectively, from League of Legends.
Their voices will only feature in the English version of the audiobook.
There are also more voice actors who will return to Camavor with their voices as they dramatise the fall of Viego.