The Patch Notes That Never Came to League of Legenders
Well Summoners, for the past 2 weeks, we League of Legenders have been waiting like good little boys and girls to get the latest patch. Which might I add, is desperately needed. Apparently Riot had a bunch of bugs to fix (and after seeing the patch notes, I can believe it), so we are now in the “we-cannot-wait-any-longer-give-us-our-new-patch” phase. Thankfully, they’re finally listening.
Hecarim, the Shadow of War: LoL’s latest champion has been spoiled, and with it the new patch notes for the game. The majority of this patch is fixing bugs. Which apparently over 60% of the champions were having glitches. How overjoyed are us Summoners that these horrid bugs are being fixed. And to that Riot, we say thank you!
The bug that makes this little gamer girl excited, are the fixes to Teemo, the Swift Scout. This little mushroom loving Yordle has had his ups and downs on the Fields of Justice, and many of us are happy to see some improvements being made. His ability “Toxic Shot” will now be doing the proper damage when applied with his attack speed, and his ultimate: “Noxious Trap’s,” will have a better recharge time.
Now, the only that just makes me cry out and shake the monitor are the buffs Riot is giving to Kayle, The Judicator. Kayle is a hybrid champion, who can be played as either a damage output or a support champion. She is a rather pain to lane against because she can do almost anything. Especially when someone who knows how to play her plays. Everything about her is being increased; her healing, her movement speed, and along with that, her mana cost.
There are also some other nice features that League is updating. The League servers will now be able to permanently hold ones Mastery Pages, so no matter where you play, you won’t end up forgetting that your masteries aren’t set. Riot is also adding Sion, the Undead Champion to the Co-op vs AI bots screen. In addition, Riot is upgrading the floating text that shows how much damage is being dealt, and how much healing one is receiving so it can be read better.
So for now, while I await patiently for the patch to go through and all the bugs to be fixed, I’ll just durdle my time among the Internet. Riot games, I’m counting on you to keep my hopes up. When I get back on tomorrow, I hope everything is back the way it should be and that I can learn more about your new champion: Hecarim, the Shadow of War.