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Nurse Akali Aids the Red Cross in the Wake of Japanese Tsunami
03-21-2011 01:10 PM
David
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Nurse Akali Aids the Red Cross in the Wake of Japanese Tsunami
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As many of you are aware, on the afternoon of March 11th, Japan experienced one of the largest earthquakes ever recorded followed by hundreds of aftershocks. The resulting tsunami smashed into the Eastern coast of the island nation, leaving thousands dead, over ten thousand missing, and causing billions of dollars in damage. Today the crisis is far from over, as tens of thousands more are without access to basic services (such as electricity and running water) and hundreds of thousands of people are displaced.

Players have asked if there is something we as a community could do to help those affected by the March 11th quake. From now until 12:00pm on Sunday the 27th, all proceeds from the purchase of Nurse Akali or RP purchases of the champion Akali will be donated to the Red Cross to help those in need following this tragic occurrence. You’ll also find that we’ve placed the champion Akali – along with her alluring Nurse Akali skin – on sale for 50% off to encourage donations.

Nurse Akali is on the case, summoners! Your contributions can help make a difference in the lives of those affected by one of the greatest natural disasters in recent memory. Help aid the Red Cross relief effort by picking up one of your favorite champions and skins at a reduced rate!


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03-21-2011 01:54 PM
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RE: Nurse Akali Aids the Red Cross in the Wake of Japanese Tsunami
You'd think they could do something more like a 5% of all money used to buy RP will go towards Red Cross!

*sighs* Reminds me of what Nexon is doing where a percent of all money used towards premium items goes to Red Cross 'cept for the Avatar Tokens, the one item almost everyone buys.



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03-21-2011 03:07 PM
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RE: Nurse Akali Aids the Red Cross in the Wake of Japanese Tsunami
(03-21-2011 01:54 PM)flamedance58 Wrote:  You'd think they could do something more like a 5% of all money used to buy RP will go towards Red Cross!

I was expecting something like this when I first read it. I mean, it's good and all, buy why purchases on one single champ goes to the Red Cross?


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03-21-2011 03:23 PM
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RE: Nurse Akali Aids the Red Cross in the Wake of Japanese Tsunami
(03-21-2011 01:54 PM)flamedance58 Wrote:  You'd think they could do something more like a 5% of all money used to buy RP will go towards Red Cross!

*sighs* Reminds me of what Nexon is doing where a percent of all money used towards premium items goes to Red Cross 'cept for the Avatar Tokens, the one item almost everyone buys.

This so much, but when you think about it, at least they're doing something to help instead of nothing.



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04-09-2011 03:53 PM
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RE: Nurse Akali Aids the Red Cross in the Wake of Japanese Tsunami
-sad face for japan- i bought one for 3 reasons. akali is an epic win. akalis nurse costume is pretty hot. and for japan,


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04-11-2011 11:31 AM
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RE: Nurse Akali Aids the Red Cross in the Wake of Japanese Tsunami
crazy how much it makes. skin that half off and over 150k sheesh


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