Kha Zix the Voidreaver

Kha’Zix

the Voidreaver

Void

Health:572.8 (+85 per level)

Attack Damage:55.21 (+3.1 per level)

Attack Speed:0.668 (+2.7% per level)

Movement Speed:350

Health Regen:7.51 (+0.75 per level)

Armor:27 (+3 per level)

Magic Resist:32.1 (+1.25 per level)

A vicious Void predator, Kha’Zix infiltrated Valoran to devour the land’s most promising creatures. With each kill he absorbs his prey’s strength, evolving to grow more powerful. Kha’Zix hungers most to conquer and consume Rengar, the one beast he … Read More


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Rengar the Pridestalker

Rengar

the Pridestalker

Independent

Health:586.2 (+90 per level)

Attack Damage:60 (+1.5 per level)

Attack Speed:0.625 (+3.5% per level)

Movement Speed:345

Health Regen:7 (+0.5 per level)

Armor:25.88 (+3 per level)

Magic Resist:32.1 (+1.25 per level)

On every wall of his den, the trophy hunter Rengar mounts the heads, horns, claws, and fangs of the most lethal creatures in Valoran. Though his collection is extensive, he remains unsatisfied, tirelessly seeking greater game. He takes time with every … Read More


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Yasuo Story

Yasuo dashes to solemn victory, harnessing the raw power of the wind to elevate his unmatched elemental swordsmanship. A former member of an Ionian martial school and the only student to have mastered a legendary wind technique, Yasuo now lives a tempestuous life, drifting through Runeterra as he hunts the true killer of the Ionian elder he was sworn to protect.

Abilities

Passive: Way of the Wanderer

  • Intent: Yasuo’s critical strike chance is doubled.
  • Resolve: Yasuo gains Flow as he moves – the faster he moves, the faster his Flow meter fills. When full, Yasuo activates a brief shield after taking damage from enemy champions or monsters.

Q: Steel Tempest

Yasuo thrusts forward with his sword, damaging all enemies in a line. Successfully landing Steel Tempest grants Yasuo Gathering Storm stacks for a short period. The third stack of Gathering Storm causes Steel Tempest to send out a whirlwind that travels in a line and sends all enemies caught Airborne. If Yasuo casts Steel Tempest during Sweeping Blade, the ability strikes all enemies immediately around him.


W: Wind Wall

  • Passive: Dashing replenishes Yasuo’s Flow faster.
  • Active: Yasuo creates a wall of wind that slowly drifts forward for a few seconds. The wall blocks all enemy projectiles.

E: Sweeping Blade

Yasuo dashes a fixed distance through an enemy, dealing damage and marking them briefly. If Yasuo uses Sweeping Blade multiple times in succession, the ability deals extra damage up to a cap. Yasuo cannot use Sweeping Blade on an enemy that’s already been marked.


R: Last Breath

Yasuo teleports to a nearby Airborne enemy champion, briefly suspending them and all surrounding Airborne enemies mid-air as he damages them. Once he lands, Yasuo gains significant armor penetration against his enemy’s bonus armor for an extended period of time.

Lol | Review Patch 6.24 And Geting Started

Getting Started in League of Legends

A lot goes into a successful battle on the Fields of Justice. In the new player guide, you’ll learn how to control your champion, the structures you’ll encounter on the battlefield and play through the tutorial process. When you’re ready, you’ll enter the fray in your first game of competitive League of Legends.

Champions and Items

League of Legends features an ever-expanding roster of champions, each with a unique design and playstyle. Here you can browse the current lineup and find out more about characters that interest you.

Patch 6.24 notes

 Welcome to patch 6.24, the last one of 2016. Another patch, another round of pre-season follow-up. This one’s a bit bigger than 6.23 – an extra patch’s worth of data gives us a clearer picture of how shifts like the assassin updates and jungle camp changes are settling in for the long term. Plus, Camille’s hookshotting her way onto the Rift!

On the client update front, open beta’s progressing well. Performance and stability have been our top priorities since open beta launched, so if you’ve been waiting to switch over, now’s a great time to hop on in. As a side bonus, downloading the updated client now saves time over the coming months: starting now, patches will contain big chunks of the overall download to reduce the final patch size when it comes time to deprecate the legacy client. We’ve got another client ‘pre-patch’ some time between 6.24 and 7.1, so keep an eye out for that.

Finally, we’re about to ring in the 2017 season (yes, it’s earlier this time). This patch will bring the ladder reset marking the start of official ranked, so hopefully you’ve been training during pre-season. No pressure or anything.

From all of us at Riot Games: good luck, have fun, and we’ll see you on the Rift. Speaking of, the weather’s looking a bit gray..