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The patch notes go into detail on how the developer has made adjustments to not only several Champions but also a collection of items and bug fixes. Riot also shared which Arcana skins and chromas will be arriving with 12.7 as well, for characters such as Ahri, Hecarim, Ryze, Xayah, and Rakan.
As for Champion adjustments, it looks like Gangplank has undergone changes, with his Passive burn base damage being increased, while his W ability – Remove Scurvy – has received a decrease in mana cost. “He’s already got enough gunpowder in his Q and barrels,” Riot explained, “so we’re putting some power into less explosive and more… orange… parts of his kit.”
Kalista has received a buff in her base stats, making her mana, movement speeds, and attack speed growth higher as the developer thought she was generally weak in all levels of play. Karthus’ Q, Lay Waste, has been buffed from 85 per cent damage against monsters to 95, in order to “bring jungle Karthus back from the dead,” despite his powerful bot lane build.
Several other Champions including Zeri, Yone, Yasuo, Wukong, Ryze, Rengar, Neeko, Pantheon, Lillia, and Lee Sin have also received adjustments to their base stats and abilities.
In terms of items, Abyssal Mask, Galeforce, Moonstone Renewer, Umbral Glaive, and Winter’s Approach have each been updated to either make them cost more or less on the market, or receive changes to their active stats.
Riot Games has also confirmed that the next Ranked Split for League Of Legends will begin on April 22 and will bring rewards for Split 2, such as a Renata Glasc summoner icon, emote, permanent Champion unlock, and a Series 1 Eternals Capsule.