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I thought of a situation that I'm not clear of for the mastery pages in League of Legends.

I have multiple mastery pages, for different types of champs (one for tanks, one for mages, one for support, etc. etc.).

But what I've noticed is depending on which champion I use of a certain type (one mage vs. another, etc) I may use different summoner spells, which means I occasionally might want to swap 1 mastery point in favor of a mastery supporting my summoner skill(s). It doesn't seem worth having a whole separate page based on each setup of summoner skills, especially since I then have to remember which one is "Mastery Page 4", for instance.

You can edit your mastery pages once you're at the champion select screen, however. But in most cases I don't want to make permanent changes and save them, because I prefer the original page. Is there a way to change your mastery page for the CURRENT MATCH, such that it resets to the original on subsequent matches?

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The fact that this is currently not possible has been brought up on the forums and noted by Riot, but it's not possible. –  Borror0 Jun 8 '11 at 22:26

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Currently the Answer is NO.

Once you click on "Save and Use" the masteries are saved to mastery page number X (Where X = 1-10).

I completely understand what you mean with using different summoner spells on the same champion role, so what I created was, different mastery pages for the same role each with a different combination of summoner spells, so for instance my mastery pages looks like:

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The one last mastery page is left as a Configurable one during champion selection, so if someone else on my team has clairvoyance and I am playing a support champ, I can get instead of C.V flash or heal.

10 Mastery pages should be enough to customize your preferences.

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especially since I then have to remember which one is "Mastery Page 4"

You can change the mastery page name by simply clicking the default name and when done hitting ENTER.

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Ooh, didn't know about the fact you could change names. I just resigned myself to memorize my pages (which is easy when you only have 3). Awesome to learn. –  Grace Note Jun 8 '11 at 15:18
    
I'm always glad to find my answers useful :) –  camiloqp Jun 8 '11 at 15:51
    
Renaming the mastery pages definitely would help. I'd still like a temporary change but I guess this will do. Thanks. –  Tux Jun 8 '11 at 17:30
    
@Grace: You can do the same for Rune pages, by the way. –  Borror0 Jun 8 '11 at 22:18

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