- Nocturne was designed by Ezreal (person).
- Nocturne is voiced by Jason Wishnov.
- "Nocturne" is a Latin word derived from "nox, noctis" meaning "night". Nocturne can be loosely translated to "by the night".
- In French, a nocturne is usually a musical composition that is inspired by, or evocative of, the night. Historically, nocturne is a very old term applied to Night Offices and, since the Mid Ages, to divisions in the canonical hour of Matins.
- In French, nocturne is also an adjective to describe living entities who are active at night.
- Umbra, the Latin word for "shadow", is the darkest part of the shadow, where the light source is completely blocked by the occluding body. An observer in the umbra experiences a total eclipse.
- Nocturne was the first champion to be previewed on a popular event prior to its release, namely at the PAX East 2011.
- He was also given a small sneak peek on the website IGN before release.
- Nocturne's ultimate was the name of original passive, which caused enemies nearby to miss their attacks.
- Nocturne's quote: "Afraid of the dark?" is similar to quote: "Afraid of the dark? Wise...".
- Nocturne's quote: "Embrace the darkness!" is a reference to The Darkness game.
- Eternum Nocturne joke "We have learned of spin to win. None can stop... it's a trick!"? Is a reference to the popular League of Legends meme "Spin to Win"
interacts with Nocturne. If an enemy Nocturne is hit by , will say "I've got your darkness" or "Who's in the dark now?".
- This was the first example of unique dialogue triggered by interactions between champions.
- Two of Nocturne's skins changes the particle of his
- Frozen Terror Nocturne changes the particles of his and abilities to light blue instead of the original's black.
- Haunting Nocturne had its here. and ability particles changed from the original's black to slime green after a petition on the League of Legends forum by players as seen
- Haunting Nocturne's art was used for the log in screen during The Harrowing of 2011.
- Nocturne's general theme bears some resemblence to the Necron Wraith and one of the Necron's Star Gods, the Nightbringer. This is particularly prevalent in his Eternum skin, where he also also draws some similarities to another Star God, the Deceiver.
- Eternum Nocturne's color pallet and somewhat electronic spell effects resemble the Battlecast skins.
- Eternum Nocturne's voice and demeanor are similar to Harbinger from the Mass Effect series.
- He also bears some resemblance to the Human-Reaper, although it might be more appropriate to say both the Human-Reaper and Nocturne resembles half a human skeleton.