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League of Legends is back with a brand new event, Pulsefire 2020. This time travel-themed event has plenty of missions to complete and rewards to earn. Daily Esports collected all the missions included in the paid Pulsefire 2020 Pass so you too can rewrite the future and find the timeline where you get a Pulsefire Lucian Prestige skin. If you’re looking for a list of the free missions, check out our general Pulsefire missions guide.
Grab your Time-Turner, get in your DeLorean, and let them know that you’ll be back — you’ve got some missions to complete.
What is included with the pass?
The Pulsefire Pass comes in two forms, the regular pass, and a bundle. The regular pass costs 1650 RP and grants players access to exclusive missions, 200 Pulsefire Tokens, and 4 Pulsefire Orbs.
The Pulsefire Pass Bundle will set players back 2650 RP but comes with everything in the regular pass plus some extras. The bundle also includes the champion Lucian and his Pulsefire skin, as well as a Pulsefire Lucian player icon.
Both bundles will be available throughout the entirety of the event so players can purchase the pass at any time. That being said, if you are considering buying the pass, you might want to grab it as early as possible, as each game played with the pass rewards bonus tokens. We have a full breakdown of the per-game rewards further down the page.
Buying the battle pass gives players access to weekly missions. Weekly missions are the easiest way for players to earn tokens. By playing Summoner’s Rift, ARAM, or the time-limited URF mode, players can earn points towards their weekly goals. Each win in these game modes earns players five points. Losing games still earns players two points. Teamfight Tactics is a little different, with players earning five points for a top-four placement and two points for 5-8th place.
|Week 1: Score 35 Points||215 Tokens|
|Week 2: Score 35 Points||215 Tokens|
|Week 3: Score 35 Points||215 Tokens|
|Week 4: Score 60 Points||355 Tokens|
Pulsefire 2020 Milestone Missions
Milestone missions become available as soon as players purchase the Pulsefire Pass. These are a little different from other missions as they must be completed before unlocking the next mission. We highlighted a few of the best rewards players can earn from the Milestone missions.
|Pulsefire 2020 Pass Milestone||Reward|
|Milestone 1||Pulsefire 2020 icon|
|Milestone 2||5 Prestige Points|
|Milestone 3||10 Win XP Boost Consumable|
|Milestone 4||5 Prestige Points|
|Milestone 5||Emote: Outta Time!|
|Milestone 6||5 Prestige Points|
|Milestone 7||1500 Blue Essence|
|Milestone 8||5 Prestige Points|
|Milestone 9||Emote: Rise!|
|Milestone 10||5 Prestige Points|
|Milestone 11||Emote: Animated I see…|
|Milestone 12||1500 Blue Essence|
|Milestone 13||Little Legend Series 1-5 Egg|
|Milestone 14||Mystery Emote Permanent|
|Milestone 15||1 Gemstone|
|Milestone 16||Hextech Key|
|Milestone 17||1 Masterwork Chest|
|Milestone 18||750 Orange Essence|
|Milestone 19||Pulsefire 2020 Orb|
|Milestone 20||1 Gemstone|
Pulsefire 2020 per-game token rate
The pass also comes with the regular perk of rewarding extra Pulsefire tokens for every game played. This encompasses all three of the popular game modes in League of Legends. The following is a breakdown of how many tokens you will earn after each game:
|Win a matchmade PvP SR match||10 Tokens|
|Lose a matchmade PvP SR match||5 Tokens|
|Win a matchmade PvP ARAM match||6 Tokens|
|Lose a matchmade PvP ARAM match||3 Tokens|
|Achieve a rank of 1-2 in TFT||8 Tokens|
|Achieve a rank of 3-4 in TFT||6 Tokens|
|Achieve a rank of 5-6 in TFT||4 Tokens|
|Achieve a rank of 7-8 in TFT||2 Tokens|
|Win a matchmade Pick URF match||6 Tokens|
|Lose a matchmade Pick URF match||3 Tokens|
Please keep in mind that bot games (co-op vs AI) and custom games do not count.
The Pulsefire 2020 event is only available for a limited time, ending on June 15. Stay up to date on all future content releases, news, guides, and more with Daily Esports!
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