Having League of Legends updated every two weeks isn’t always a good thing, and while many communities of other games want it, it’s not always good news in Summoner’s Rift.
Especially since Riot Games’ balancing policy has been chaotic in recent months, especially since there have been over 70 changes to champions, items, or runes in the last 3 patches. A real barbarity.
This changes a bit in LoL patch 13.6, as there will be less than 15 changes in this update, at least from what Riot has confirmed so far without going into PBE details.
We’ll take a look at all the changes arriving in patch 13.6 with the release of thousand as the main attraction of the update.
League of Legends 13.6 Patch Notes*
*Changes updated 3/14/2023, patch notes will be updated when more official information comes out.
Patch release: March 22
thousand, new support
Launch: March 22 – Patch 13.6
Passive – To the heat!
Milio’s abilities charm his allies when they touch them, causing them to also deal a burst of extra damage the next time they deal damage and burn their target.
Q – Ultra mega burning kick
Milio kicks a ball that pushes an enemy. The ball shoots up on impact and falls on the enemy, dealing damage and slowing enemies in the area on impact.
W – Heartwarming bonfire
Milio creates an area of empowerment that heals allies and extends the reach of those within it. The area follows the ally closest to the pour point.
E – Warm hugs
Milio throws a shield at an ally, temporarily increasing their movement speed.
R – Breath of Life
Milio unleashes a wave of comforting flames that heals and removes control effects from allies within range.
changes to champion
- Ashe (ADC)
- Aurelion Sol
- Nashor’s tooth (item)
- dragon (monster)
- Blood root (object)
- Navori’s razor (article)
- Deadly Tempo (Rune)
- Legend: Family Tree (Rune)
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