Champions in Season 2019
We have been hard at work at a whimsical new Support Champion. It's been a long time since we've released a more traditional Enchantress support, the last release being. Given this we thought that it was a puurfect opportunity to make a new Enchanter, one whose personality and theme will be a complete 180 from our last support, .
While the New Champion will be a more traditional support, it won't be completely by the books, so as always expect some new mechanics to get attached to as well.
Champion Roadmap: April 2019
Hey all, it’s that time of the year again when we get to talk about the awesome new champions and updates we’re working on right now. I won’t be talking about the new enchanter support today since I already talked about her in the last roadmap and she’s just around the corner. But there’s still plenty to share!
Let’s start off by talking broadly about our plans for champions in 2019.
Champion Reveal: Yuumi
- Bop 'n' Block
Every so often, Yuumi’s next attack against an opponent restores mana and grants her a shield. If Yuumi is Attached, the shield protects her ally. The shield protects Yuumi or her ally until it’s broken.
- Prowling Projectile
Yuumi fires a missile that deals magic damage to the first enemy hit. If the missile is in flight long enough, it deals bonus damage and slows enemies. While Attached, Yuumi fires a missile from her ally’s position and can direct the missile’s flight path with her mouse.
- You and Me!
Passive: While Attached, Yuumi and her ally gain a percent of each other’s AD or AP converted to Adaptive Force. Active: Yuumi starts with a point in her W. She dashes to an ally champion and attaches to them. While Attached, she follows her partner’s movement and is untargetable by everything except tower damage. Yuumi’s abilities fire from her ally’s location, and she can’t attack enemies. She can Unattach after a cooldown or Attach to another teammate with no cooldown.
Yuumi heals and gains a burst of movement speed. If Attached, her ally is targeted by the spell instead. This spell has two charges.
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