The open beta for pre-registered players has only been available since last Thursday, but there are already countless builds of decks that are said to be the best. To try out these decks, Riot Games has integrated a very simple tool to import and export decks.

The model for this game is of course Hearthstone, the card game in the Blizzard universe. However, this important feature of importing and exporting decks was left out at that title. In Hearthstone, decks had to be recreated card by card.


To import a deck, simply go to the Collection and then on Import Deck. The deck code must be in the clipboard beforehand.

Importing a deck from clipboard in Legends of Runeterra

To try it out, here is the code from my favorite deck:


I found this deck on the Internet and added it to my collection. The player PokrovacHS became the first master player in Legends of Runeterra with this deck. It relies on spider combos that hit your opponent hard, in order to finish the nexus with an immediate level-up from Darius.


To share a deck, click on the desired deck in the collection, there you can manage the deck. Next, click on Share to open the window with the code of your deck.

The window can then be closed again with "Copy to clipboard". The code can now be pasted anywhere with Ctrl-V.

Share (export) a deck in Legends of Runeterra

What Happens if I Don't Have all the Cards When Importing?

Even if you don't have all the cards built into the deck, they're not missing from the deck. Missing cards are only shown in red. As soon as you unlock or craft one of these cards, they are displayed in blue.

Missing red cards in a Legends of Runeterra deck