Its something she does throughout the first four episodes of Arcane, the Netflix series based on League of Legends lore, and its a tiny yet charming habit. The show quickly and effortlessly establishes connections with its characters, bolstered by an enchanting animation style and emotional, raw voice acting. It takes something catastrophic to rip them apart, and Arcane shows us every horrific second. Its making me feel things, and Im only four episodes in. Meanwhile, scientists in Piltover are on the verge of harnessing synthetic magic, while the most vile forces in Zaun are creating monster soldiers by feeding people shimmering purple liquid. The largest battles tend to play out in slow-motion, with emotional electronic music thrumming through the scenes and close-up shots of vicious punches, heavy kicks and last-second dodges. A former leader of the resistance, Vander runs a bar called The Last Drop and tries to keep the peace with the Enforcers, Piltovers militarized security team.