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Utility Mastery Trees: Season 2011, Season 2012, Season 2013, Season 2014
Cunning Mastery Tree: Season 2016

Cunning Tree
Wanderer: Grants 0.6 / 1.2 / 1.8 / 2.4 / 3 % bonus movement speed while out of combat.Savagery: Basic attacks and single target spells deal 1 / 2 / 3 / 4 / 5 bonus damage to minions and monsters.Runic Affinity: Buffs granted by jungle monsters last 15% longer, including Epic Monsters but excluding River Shrines.Secret Stash: Your potions and elixirs last 10% longer. Additionally, your Health Potions are converted into Total Biscuits of Rejuvenation that instantly restore an additional 15 health and 15 mana when consumed.Assassin: You deal 2% increased damage to champions while no allied champions are nearby.Merciless: Deals 0.6 / 1.2 / 1.8 / 2.4 / 3 % increased damage to champions below 40% of their maximum health.Meditation: Once every 5 seconds you regenerate 0.25 / 0.5 / 0.75 / 1 / 1.25 % of your missing mana.Greenfather's Gift: Stepping into brush causes your next attack or damaging ability to deal 3% of target's current health as bonus magic damage. 9 second cooldown.Bandit: Grants 1 gold each time one of your nearby allies kills a minion. Additionally, ranged champions generate 3 gold and melee champions generate 10 gold every time they hit an enemy champion with a basic attack or on-hit ability. (5 second per-target cooldown).Dangerous Game: Champion kills and assists restore 5% of your missing health and 5% of your missing mana.Precision: Grants 1.2 / 2.4 / 3.6 / 4.8 / 6 lethality and 0.3 / 0.6 / 0.9 / 1.2 / 1.5 + (0.05 / 0.1 / 0.15 / 0.2 / 0.25 per level) flat magic penetration.Intelligence: Grants 1 / 2 / 3 / 4 / 5 % cooldown reduction as well as increasing the cap on cooldown reduction by the same amount.Stormraider's Surge: Dealing 30% of a champion's maximum health within 2.5 seconds grants you 35% bonus movement speed and 75% slow resistance for 3 seconds. 10 second cooldown.Thunderlord's Decree: Dealing damage to an enemy champion with a basic attack or ability marks them for 3 seconds. At 3 stacks, a bolt of lightning strikes down, dealing (10 × level) (+ 30% bonus AD) (+ 10% AP) magic damage to all enemies in an area around them. Thunderlord's Decree can only be triggered once every 25-15 seconds.Windspeaker's Blessing: Your heals and shields are 10% stronger. Additionally, your shields and heals on other targets grant 5-22 armor and 2.5-11 magic resistance for 3 seconds (based on the highest level between you and your target).Season 7 Cunning.png
Other Mastery Trees:
Daggers profileicon.png FerocitySpike Shield profileicon.png Resolve

The Cunning Mastery Tree (2016) is one of the three mastery branches. It is the successor of the Fully Stacked Mejai's profileicon.png Utility tree of previous seasons but re-branded as an alternative Daggers profileicon.png Offense tree. The distinction is that Cunning grants supplementary effects (such as increased buff durations or bonus movement speed after dealing a burst of damage) while Ferocity grants clean-cut offensive boosts. True to previous seasons, Cunning is still largely geared toward early-game advantage and providing utility that is both effective and irrespective of game time.

As of Season 2016, masteries were upgraded to a new system. Whereas previously you could invest in as many masteries per tree as you had points left to spend, each tier now has a maximum number of points you can allocate. As such, you may only spend up to 18 points in any one tree.

List of Masteries

Tier 1
(There are 5 points to allocate)
Tier 2
(Requires 5 points in Cunning, with 1 point to allocate)
Tier 3
(Requires 6 points in Cunning, with 5 points to allocate)
Tier 4
(Requires 11 points in Cunning, with 1 point to allocate)
Tier 5
(Requires 12 points in Cunning, with 5 points to allocate)
Tier 6 (Keystone)
(Requires 17 points in Cunning, with 1 point to allocate)