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League of Legends patch 10.11 will bring some very interesting changes including a significant Yasuo nerf. Moreover, the buff to Akali could be the final push to bring her back in the meta.
After releasing the balance target list yesterday, Riot Games' lead gameplay designer, Mark Yetter, has now tweeted about the specific changes targeting the champions for patch 10.12.
The list of champions that will receive nerfs this patch is as follows:
- Yasuo - base HP lowered from 523 to 490, passive shield increased from 110-510 to 130-530, Windwall (W) cooldown increased from 26-18 to 30-18 seconds
- Cassiopeia - base HP lowered from 575 to 560, base armour reduced from 20 to 18, base magic resistance increased from 30 to 34
- Trundle - Frozen Domain (W) movement speed reduced from 30-50 to 20-52 per cent
- Fiddlesticks - Bountiful Harvest (W) minion damage reduced from 60 to 50 per cent
- Varus - AD per level lowered from 3.11 to 3, Piercing Arrow (Q) total AD ratio reduced from 1.1 (1.65 at max charge) to 1 (1.5 at a max charge)
Riot Games Riot went a bit overboard with the recent buffs to Fiddlesticks
Apc mini. The buffs to the champions are as follows:
- Akali - Five Point Strike (Q) damage increased from 25-125 (+65 per cent AD and +60 per cent AP) to 30-130 (+65 per cent AD and +65 per cent AP)
- Brand - mana restore on a blazed kill increased from 6-18 to 10-30
- Volibear - Thundering Smash (Q) damage increased from 10-30 to 15-35 per cent, Sky Splitter (E) bonus damage increased from 60-180 to 80-200, percent damage increased from 7-13 to 11-15 per cent
- Senna - Soul generation on kill increased from 2 to 8.33 per cent, attack speed ratio increased from 0.2 to 0.34
- Xayah - Feather Storm (R) damage increased from 100-200 to 125-375
- Viktor - Siphon Power (Q) auto attack AP ratio increased from 55 to 60 per cent, shield AP ratio increased from 15 to 20 per cent
League of Legends gameplay design director Mark “Scruffy” Yetter has now revealed the full extent of some upcoming changes in today’s Patch 11.7 preview.
Seventeen champions will be receiving nerfs and buffs in League’s next update, with Riot placing a strong focus on the game’s current jungle meta. Udyr will be receiving a nerf to his base attack damage, while Hecarim is seeing the movement speed granted by Devastating Charge (E) reduced from 75 percent to 65 percent.
Both champions should also see residual nerfs come to their build paths since the movement speed bonus granted by Turbo Chemtank is slated to receive a heavy nerf in Patch 11.7. Since Udyr and Hecarim both rely on movement speed boosts to effectively gank lanes and lock down enemy players, the nerfs to Turbo Chemtank could cause both of those champions to fall out of favor.
But while the jungle position is seeing a ton of nerfs in Patch 11.7, support players can expect some mainstay champions to be hit with significant downgrades as well. Thresh, Rell, and Alistar are all slated to see their throughput decreased in the near future. Alistar, in particular, is seeing his damage decreased from both Pulverize (Q) and Trample (E).
But Patch 11.7 isn’t all bad news. Many champions are scheduled to receive extensive buffs in League’s next update. Junglers should expect to see compensation in the form of buffs to Amumu and Kindred, while ADCs such as Varus and Ashe should get increases to their overall damage.
Perhaps the most notable buff slated to hit live servers, though, is coming to Yasuo. The champion is getting a massive buff next patch when his attack damage per level will be increased from 2.2 to three. This is a full 36 percent more AD per level, a generous gift to one of the most historically popular and contested champions in the game.
Although Yasuo has always held a significant presence in solo queue, his presence rate in professional play has dropped to 2.5 percent in 2021, according to League stats site gol.gg. Perhaps a buff like this could give Yasuo a much-needed boost in a professional meta that’s been dominated by control mages such as Syndra, Orianna, and Azir for the better part of the year.
League Patch 11.7 is scheduled to hit live servers on March 31, according to the official patch schedule.
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