LoL Patch 12.10 PBE: Durability Changes Incoming

Riot Games is making some huge changes in the upcoming patch and the PBE server is filled with changes for every single champion.

Space Groove Samira
Will Samira still be able to fight after Patch 12.10? | © Riot Games

League of Legends Patch 12.10 is going to be huge. This isn't us just trying to make it seem like it'll be a bigger deal than it is as well. This patch is actually going to make a huge difference for every single League of Legends player out there, whether you're an Aphelios main or prefer to play tank split pushers like Trundle.

In League of Legends patch 12.10, every single champion is receiving an update, making them more durable, but what else is changing? Items, runes and much more is being added as well. Oh, and Riot is getting ready for Pride Month in June, so there are some additional cosmetics there that we have to talk about.

Huge Durability Update

Okay, the biggest change is going to be the durability update. This means that every champion will be made more durable. Over the last few years, Riot has upped damage within the game, which meant that team fights have shortened and tanks have felt more and more pointless. So, to try and keep the power creep problem at bay, Riot is stepping in with this big update.

Durability Update For Champions

There are 159 champions in League of Legends as of writing this article — and if Riot were to finally release Bel'Veth we would have 160 — and we aren't going to list every single champion change here. So to summarize the key points, let's go over the general points for every champion.

Each champion in the durability update will receive increased:

  • Base Health
  • Health per Level
  • Armor per Level
  • Magic Resist per Level

Champions that inflict Grievous Wounds have also been nerfed from 60%/40% to 50%/30% to combat the amount of healing in League of Legends as well. There are tons of changes on the PBE server, so you can try out your favorite champion there to know how much more durable they're going to be.

Durability Update For Items

Items are also going to be affected by this change. Riot is not just going to make champions more durable, but things like objectives, items and runes are also getting updated. So let's go over the huge list of durability changes for items as well.

  • Omnivamp lowered from 8% to 7%
  • Omnivamp lowered from 8% to 7%
Vampiric Scepter
  • Lifesteal lowered from 8% to 7%
Doran's Ring
  • Mana restore increased from .75 to 1
  • Damage amp mana restore 1.25 to 1.5
  • Value as health lowered from 50% to 40%
Elixir of Wrath
  • Physical vamp lowered from 15% to 12%
Chemtech Putrifier
  • Grievous Wounds lowered from 40% to 30%
  • Enhanced Grievous Wounds lowered from 60% to 50%
Mortal Reminder
  • Grievous Wounds lowered from 40% to 30%
  • Enhanced Grievous Wounds lowered from 60% to 50%
Last Whisper
  • Armor lowered from 20% to 16%
Lord Dominik's Regards
  • Armor Pen lowered from 35% to 30%
Seraph's Embrace
  • Heal lowered from 35% mana to 25% mana spent
Sunfire Aegis
  • Stack damage lowered from 12% to 10%
  • Life steal lowered from 20% to 18%
  • Grievous Wounds lowered from 40% to 30%
    Enhanced Grievous Wounds lowered from 60% to 50%
Bramble Vest
  • Grievous Wounds lowered from 40% to 30%
  • Heal lowered from 200-400 to 180-340
Knight's Vow
  • Heal lowered from 8% to 7%
  • Shield value changed from [100-200 + 5% current Mana] to [100-200 + 4.5% current Mana]
Executioner's Calling
  • Grievous Wounds lowered from 40% to 30%
Void Staff
  • Magic pen lowered from 45% to 40%
Youmuu's Ghostblade
  • Lethality increased from 18 to 20
Blade of the Ruined King
  • Lifesteal lowered from 8% to 7%
  • Grievous Wounds lowered from 40% to 30%
  • Enhanced Grievous Wounds lowered from 60% to 50%
Locket of the Iron Solari
  • Shield lowered from 200 - 365 to 180 - 330
Mikael's Blessing
  • Heal lowered from 100 - 200 to 100 - 180
Shard of True Ice
  • Base mana regen increased from 100% to 115%
Oblivion Orb
  • Grievous Wounds lowered from 40% to 30%
Blighting Jewel
  • Magic Pen lowered from 15% to 13%
  • Omnivamp lowered from 8% to 7%
Demonic Embrace
  • Damage lowered from [2/1.2% (Melee/Ranged)] to [1.8/1% (Melee/Ranged)]
Chempunk Chainsword
  • Grievous Wounds lowered from 40% to 30%
  • Enhanced Grievous Wounds lowered from 60% to 50%
Moonstone Renewer
  • Heal lowered from 70 to 60
  • Heal and shield power lowered from 6% to 5%
  • Mythic passive heal increase lowered from 10 to 8
  • Omnivamp lowered from 10% to 8%
  • Heal lowered from [25% Base Attack Damage + 10% missing Health] to [20% Base Attack Damage + 8% missing Health]
Divine Sunderer
  • Heal lowered from [7.8%/3.6% Melee/Ranged] to [6%/3% Melee/Ranged]
Immortal Shieldbow
  • Lifesteal lowered from 8% to 7%
  • Shield lowered from 275 - 700 to 250 - 630
  • Shield lowered from [180 + 40% bonus Attack Damage] to [160 + 35% bonus Attack Damage]

These are the changes which Riot implemented right upon the release of the PBE patch, so anything is still possible to change. But items and champions aren't the only things getting a whole lot of changes this time around. Runes will also receive some updates in Patch 12.10!

Durability Update for Runes

Our runes are also going to be getting some changes in the next League of Legends patch. We said this was going to be a big patch, and we meant it. So let's check out just what Riot has in store for us when it comes to runes in League of Legends and durability.

Summon Aery
  • Shield lowered from [35 - 80 (+.25 AP)(+.4 bAD)] to [30 - 75 (+.22 AP)(+.35 bAD)]
Taste of Blood
  • Heal lowered from 918-35 (+0.2 bAD, +0.1 AP)] to [16-30 (+0.15 bAD, +0.08 AP)]
  • Heal lowered from [9/6% melee/ranged] to [8/5% melee/ranged]
Nullifying Orb
  • shield lowered from [40 - 120 (+0.1 AP and +0.15 bAD)] to [35 - 110 (+0.09 AP and +0.14 bAD)]
  • Health restore lowered from 12% to 10%
Font of Life
  • Heal lowered from [5 + 1%] to [5 + 0.9%]
  • Shield lowered from [50 - 130 +15% AP + 9% bonus health] to [45 - 120 +12.5% AP + 8% bonus health]
  • Armor & MR lowered from 5% to 4%
  • Shield lowered from [10 (+10% Max Health)] to [10 +9% Max Health)]

Those are all the durability changes that hit the PBE server on May 11, 2022, but expect a lot of changes ahead of the actual release of the patch, especially regarding specific champions. Some might be too powerful, while others might do little to no damage with these updates. We will have to wait and see.

Pride Is Back On PBE

The next big event we can look forward to is the Pride Event in June. Pride month is coming up and there are going to be exclusive pride emotes and icons which are already on PBE. You can check them out and give feedback to the team.

One of the most iconic emotes is the one of Twisted Fate, as well as Graves together. Reminds us a little bit of Diana and Leona from last year, eh? So, if you're ready to celebrate pride in League of Legends, then there will be some goodies waiting for you in League of Legends Patch 12.10.

Tahm Kench high Noon Skin
We saw this one coming, eh? | © Riot Games

Skins in LoL Patch 12.10

Of course, we also have to talk about all the skins that are going to be released in LoL Patch 12.10. We saw Tahm Kench from a mile away thanks to his reveal in the Leona splash art from Patch 12.9, but who would have thought that Rell would not be getting a High Noon skin?

These are all champions getting High Noon skins in Patch 12.10:

  • High Noon Tahm Kench
  • High Noon Samira
  • High Noon Viktor
  • High Noon Twitch
  • High Noon Sion

Those are some big changes currently on the PBE patch as we prepare for the next League of Legends update. Until then, let's keep praying for some news on Bel'Veth and when she will be released, and let's go play some ARAMs, so we can get our challenge tokens!