Active:Soraka calls down a star upon the target location that grants sight of the area before landing after 0.25 − 1 (based on target range) seconds, dealing magic damage to enemies hit and slowing them by 30% for 1.5 seconds.
85 / 120 / 155 / 190 / 225 (+ 35% AP)
If this hits at least one enemy champion, the star dust returns toward Soraka to grant her Rejuvenation for 2.5 seconds. While Soraka has Rejuvenation, Astral Infusion will also grant the effects of Rejuvenation to the target ally for the same duration.
Rejuvenation: The target heals every 0.5 seconds and gains bonus movement speed that decays over the duration.
Rejuvenation heals over 12 ticks, with the first 4 each healing for about 15% of the heal, the next 4 ticks for about 5.5% each, and the last 4 for about 4.5% each.
Rejuvenation won't be granted to Soraka and she won't be able to make use of the health cost reduction on Astral Infusion until the projectile gets to her, but she is able to Rejuvenate allies as soon as the target is hit.
Wish will apply heal effects (such as Summon Aery) prioritizing targets based on the Spawn ID, which is the order in which units were added to an ongoing game. For champions, this is the order they appear in from left to right in the loading screen.
Wish's effects occur before the cast time.
This article section only contains champion skins. For all associated collection items, see Soraka (Collection).
A wanderer from the celestial dimensions beyond Mount Targon, Soraka gave up her immortality to protect the mortal races from their own more violent instincts. She endeavors to spread the virtues of compassion and mercy to everyone she meets—even healing those who would wish harm upon her. And, for all Soraka has seen of this world's struggles, she still believes the people of Runeterra have yet to reach their full potential.
Too many forget that the heart of the Elderwood was once gentle and kind. Within its confines rested fae, sylvans, and dryads—creatures from another age, who looked upon humanity with curious eyes. Now only a scattered few remain, and fewer still, like Soraka, who regard humans fondly.
With his silver tongue, Twisted Fate tricked the lords of the living to offer their beloved starchild to Death in exchange for their own immortality. Little did they know, eternal life without their avatar of compassion and mercy would result only in eternal suffering…
Program Soraka was created as a support bot to protect humanity's fragile nature, offering technological salvation at the hands of a mechanical angel. Infiltrated by corrupt code, it is unclear if this mission of mercy remains her prime directive.
A gentle soul with a mysterious origin among the stars, Soraka protects her team from behind the frontlines. Despite her shy appearance, she carries immense healing power and an unprecedented command of the Starlight, more than any other Star Guardian her team has encountered.
Esben Lash Rasmussen, Alex 'alexplank' Flores, Alvin Lee, Pan Chengwei, Jean 'Curing' Go
The other girls (and Ezreal) seemed excited for the pillow fights, and staying up all night talking. Soraka was most excited for the cinnamon rolls she brought from Pantheon's Pastries. But nothing makes her happier than seeing her friends smiling and laughing.
A child of the gods born when chaos slew order, Soraka contains within her the powers of both Riven and Yasuo. To end the conflict of the gods, she has embraced the light to pierce the darkness, drawing on the powers of dawn to bring order to the chaotic world.
A child of the gods born when chaos slew order, Soraka contains within her the powers of both Riven and Yasuo. To end the conflict of the gods, she has embraced the darkness to soothe the blinding light, drawing on the powers of night to create chaos and change in a too-static world.
Leaving the planet behind with Xayah and the other Star Guardians, Soraka's full powers have been unlocked by her undying love for her friends—in the hopes that one day they will find their companion lost in the final battle with the Twilight Star, and be a family once again.
Good food can be healing, and Soraka works hard to imbue every single pastry she makes with delicious magic that leaves her customers feeling more spritely than when they first walked in. Though her origins are mysterious, the whole cafe agrees: Soraka's work is out of this world!
New Effect: Striking at least one enemy champion grants Rejuvenation for 4 seconds. This buff is non-stacking.
Rejuvenation: Restores 14 / 16 / 18 / 20 / 22 (+ 10% AP) health per second for a total of 56 / 64 / 72 / 80 / 88 (+ 40% AP), and grants 15% bonus movement speed when not moving towards enemy champions.
New Innate: Soraka gains 70% bonus movement speed while moving toward allied champions below 40% of their maximum health who are outside of Astral Infusion's range. (Allies must be within 2500 range of Soraka.)
Revised Active: Soraka calls down a star at a target location, dealing damage to enemies at the point of impact. The drop speed is longer the further away the ability is cast. Enemies hit directly take 50% increased damage and are slowed by 30 / 35 / 40 / 45 / 50% for 2 seconds.
Now costs 10% of Soraka's maximum health in addition to mana.
Mana cost reduced to 20 / 25 / 30 / 35 / 40 from 80 / 100 / 120 / 140 / 160.
Remember that health costs cannot kill, and will always leave the caster on at least 1 health.
Cannot be cast while below 5% of her maximum health.
Cooldown reduced to 4 / 3.5 / 3 / 2.5 / 2 seconds from 20.
Range reduced to 450 from 750.
New passive: For each enemy champion hit by Starcall, Soraka restores 25 / 35 / 45 / 55 / 65 (+ 20% AP) health. The amount is increased by 1% for every 1% of Soraka's missing health to a maximum of 50 / 70 / 90 / 110 / 130 (+ 40% AP).
New Active: Soraka creates a zone at the target location for 1.5 seconds, dealing 70 / 110 / 150 / 190 / 230 (+ 40% AP) magic damage to the enemy Champions in the cast radius. Enemies standing in the zone are silenced till they leave. When the zone disappears all enemy Champions still standing on the zone are rooted for 1 / 1.25 / 1.5 / 1.75 / 2 seconds and are dealt 70 / 110 / 150 / 190 / 230 (+ 40% AP) magic damage.
In the Ultra Rapid Fire game mode (available in April 2014), Soraka was deemed overpowered/obnoxious, and was ultimately disabled in non-custom games. However, she was enabled in future URF and ARURF events.
Wish could be a reference to the high-level mage spell "Wish" in Dungeons & Dragons. One of the functions of the Wish spell is to heal the entire party, which is very much alike to Soraka's ability.