Like a clock, it TFT park notes 12.10 he stopped at our proverbial doors and threatened to open your eyes if you did not read them completely before pulling them back. As we prepare to get rid of version 12.9 and its own list of changes, let’s say it’s time to offer one to Ekko, who recently arrived at Wild Rift. Focus no longer shines.
Then we will briefly and in detail review the changes you can expect in Teamfight Tactics with the 12.10 park. We remove easily digestible parts in the top part to see a view, but remove further below if the essential details and backgrounds are required.
Are you looking for more information about Teamfight Tactics? Check out the TFT 12.9 park notes to see how things have changed over the past week, and take a look at the Teamfight Tactics Reckoning park notes around the past year to see how things have changed over a long period of time.
Highlights at TFT 12.10 – Buffs and Nerfs
|grade||Arcanista, Hextech, Twinshot, Yordle||Innovator|
|Legend||Kha’zix, Renta Glasc, Viktor||Ekko, Draven, Orianna|
The TFT 12.10 park notes are bad news for the Innovator unit class, as Ekko, Draven and Orianna are also eliminated. This time, only one item has been pulled down with them. If you’re a big user of Morellonomicon, you may want to reconsider your strategy.
Not surprisingly, on the positive side, four classes and three masters have received enough positive adjustments to land on the improved side of this week’s balance park infographic. Follow the reading to find out the details.
TFT park notes 12.10
- Total skill strength changed from 20/50/90/135 to 20/50/100/150.
- The base shield increased from 100/150/275/375 to 100/175/300/425.
- The basic health of the mechanical scaffolding ranged from 475 to 450.
- The basic health of the mechanical bear ranged from 775 to 725.
- Wear mechanical armor and reduced magic resistance from 55 to 50.
- The basic health of the dragon is reduced from 1025 to 925.
- Identical disappearance
- The likelihood of attacks and abilities being active doubled from 40/55/70/100 to 40/55/75/100.
- Additional attack damage increased from 10/25/40/70 to 10/25/50/80.
- The Manna reduction of six sets increased from 33% to 40%.
- Extra shield reduced from 200/400/800/2000 to 200/400/800/1800.
- The health bonus increased from 800/800/1600 to 800/800/1888.
- The extra attack speed of five increased from 80% to 100%.
- Manna regeneration increased from 15/5/25 to 5/5/30.
Level 3 units
- Parallel conversion damage reduced from 150/200/400 to 125/200/400
- The extra attack speed of the parallel convergence is reduced from 35/40/50% to 30/40/50%.
Level 4 units
- Attack damage reduced from 90 to 85
- Attack injuries increased from 85 to 90
- Max Mana’s nerve increased from 30/90 to 40/100
- Command: Shockwave shield reduced from 140/200/700 to 125/200/700
- Command: Shock wave damage reduced from 325/450/1500 to 300/425/1500
- Renata Cristal
- Wave Toxic Damage increased from 40/65/240 to 50/75/250
- Damage to the larynx increased from 135/200/450 to 140/210/500
- Blade sores attack damage has increased from 185% to 190%
Level 5 units
- Chaos Ray’s destruction of the remaining squid increased from 25/33/100% to 40/50/200%
All that comes up is a facade of the Dragonlands season that begins in early June. As it is the last park in the Neon Nights series, it is primarily about preparing the stage for what is to come. This means that a much longer, larger and more meaningful set of TFT park tickets will arrive shortly after this.
If you want to see what’s going on there, the PBE servers are now open, so you can watch the news a lot before you see that you have to meet everyone on the battlefield.
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