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TFT Patch 11.18 Notes: Statikk Favor Buff and More

TFT 11.18 Yama Notları - Hortlak Zayıflatması

Hello Summoner, the TFT patch 11.18 notes bring us buffs to Statikk Favor, Locket of Targon Prime. It also reveals nerfs to Lucian, Jax, Kayle, Volibear, Galio, Blessed Bloodthirster, and Dvaradala Stoneplate. Finally, we’ve also got an adjustment for Ivern.

This doesn’t mean that is what the patch is all about. In fact, new Little Legends are coming with the TFT patch 11.18 notes as well as a few other item changes. You will find the full patch notes here.

Also, feel free to check the League of Legends patch 11.18 notes too.

TFT Patch 11.18 Notes – Large Changes

Champions: Tier 4

  • Draven Attack Damage: 90 ⇒ 95
  • Spinning Axes Flat Damage: 150/200/800 ⇒ 150/225/900
  • Draven Spinning Axes Attack Damage scaling: 170/180/340% ⇒ 170/180/400%
  • Galio Shield of Durand Damage: 200/300/1200 ⇒ 200/300/1500
  • Galio Shield of Durand Damage Reduction: 60/70/90% ⇒ 55/60/95%
  • Ivern’s Daisy Knockup Duration: 1.5/2/6 ⇒ 0.5/0.5/6 seconds
  • Daisy Health: 1500/2400/10000 ⇒ 1600/2600/10000
  • Ivern’s Daisy Attack Damage: 80 ⇒ 90
  • Jax Health: 1000 ⇒ 950
  • Empowered Strike Attack Speed Bonus: 30/35/100% ⇒ 20/30/100%
  • Jax Empowered Strike slam Attack Damage scaling: 200/220/300% ⇒ 200/220/400%
  • Lucian The Culling magic Damage per shot: 50/90/400 ⇒ 40/70/400

Champions: Tier 5

  • Kayle Attack Damage: 75 ⇒ 80
  • Kayle First Ascension Attack Damage Scaling: 80/90/1000% ⇒ 50/60/1000%
  • Volibear Doombringer no longer destroys shields. Instead, it will deal double damage to shields.
  • Volibear Doombringer damage: 150/300/5000 ⇒ 125/250/5000

Items

  • (Radiant) Blessed Bloodthirster Health Shield Percent: 60% ⇒ 40%
  • (Radiant) Dvarapala Stoneplate: Armor and Magic Resist per Enemy: 40 ⇒ 30
  • Locket of Targon Prime (Radiant)  NEW: Radiant Bonus grants 200 Health for all allies at the start of combat
  • (Radiant) Locket of Targon Prime Shield: 600/700/800 ⇒ 400/500/600
  • (Radiant) Statikk Favor Magic Resist Shred: 50% ⇒ 70%

TFT Patch 11.18 Notes – Small Changes

Traits

  • Hellion Attack Speed: 10/30/70/130% ⇒ 10/30/80/140%

Champions: Tier 1

  • Gragas Drunken Rage Damage: 175/250/400 ⇒ 175/250/475

Champions: Tier 2

  • Pyke will now always choose a new combat target after his dash. This improves his consistency at stunning units in the corner, especially when dashing short distances.

Champions: Tier 3

  • Nidalee Health: 800 ⇒ 750
  • Nunu Consume Damage: 500/750/1800 ⇒ 450/700/1750
  • Yasuo Burning Blade cast time reduced

Champions: Tier 4

  • Aphelios Dark Vigil Attack Damage scaling: 350/375/425% ⇒ 350/375/450%
  • Aphelios Dark Vigil Base Damage: 150/200/400 ⇒ 150/200/500
  • Diana Moonfall Damage: 300/450/2000 ⇒ 300/450/3000
  • Fiddlesticks Crowstorm Damage: 150/200/600 ⇒ 150/200/750
  • Karma Soulflare Damage: 230/290/750 ⇒ 230/290/850
  • Karma Soulflare Mana Reduction: 15/15/30 ⇒ 15/15/40

Champions: Tier 5

  • Viego Sovereign’s Domination Damage: 180/360/2000 ⇒ 150/400/2000
  • Items
  • (Radiant) Frozen Heart of Gold Starting Mana: 60 ⇒ 45
  • Gargoyle’s Stoneplate Armor and Magic Resist per Enemy: 20 ⇒ 18
  • Giantslayer Damage Amplification when over threshold: 70% ⇒ 60%
  • (Radiant) Rapid Lightcannon Radiant Bonus Attack Speed: 40% ⇒ 30%

TFT Patch 11.18 Notes – Bug Fixes

  • No more hitting yourself: Players who miss AFK checks will no longer be unintentionally forced to serve a Queue Dodge penalty like their League of Legends Rift pals would face.
  • Brambling on and on: Bramble Vest no longer blocks more critical strike damage than intended
  • Cruel sightings: Teemo’s Ability now specifies that its Attack Speed slow lasts 3 seconds
  • Culminated—again: Kennen’s and Riven’s stuns now properly cause Lucian to stop firing his Ability
  • Shooting blanks: Cannoneers holding Deathblade will no longer fire a nonfunctional Deathblade-related visual in rare and odd scenarios
  • Error 111511: TFT is about skillfully controlling variance. Some players have been able to ignore variability and skillfully link together firsts in pro-play. We are keeping an eye on this and discussing balance levers for pro players that are dominating tournaments too consistently. Explorations include live bees, spilling Milk on keyboards, and more live bees.

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