5 Things We Don't Want in League of Legends Patch 10.19

League of Legends Patch 10.19 will release on Sept. 16.
League of Legends Patch 10.19 will release on Sept. 16. / Photo Courtesy of Riot Games

League of Legends Patch 10.19, similar to League of Legends Patch 10.18 will make adjustments to several junglers. But there are a few champs that are already strong and are receiving buffs.

Here are five things we don't want in League of Legends Patch 10.19.

5 Things we Don't Want in League of Legends Patch 10.19

1. Vayne Buffs

Although Mark Yetter, the Lead Gameplay Designer for League of Legends, has already confirmed the Vayne buffs, hopefully, the isn't a significant one. We may see a reduction in movement speed in her Passive, Night Hunter as she is great and chasing champs down.

2. Twisted Fate Changes to Yellow Card

Twisted Fate is one of few champs with a global ultimate. Paired with his burst damage and stun, he is extremely dangerous. Landing his yellow stun card allows teammates to punish anybody caught by them. League of Legends Patch 10.19 could introduce a direct nerf to his yellow card as a result.

3. Big Caitlyn Nerf

Caitlyn has been one of the most changed champs in the past few patches and even after all the changes, she is still a powerful AD Carry. But when are the changes too much? Clearly Riot Games is still not satisfied with how powerful Caitlyn is so there could be changes to her non damage dealing abilities such as her trap (W) or her net (E).

4. Over Adjustment for Sylas

Even though Sylas has became irrelevant in the jungle and less viable in the mid lane, over adjustment from Riot could lead to an imbalance of power. Figuring out ways to adjust champs without taking away from their identity is crucial so if Riot were to drastically change his movement speed or damage, that could lead to a hasty mid patch change.

5. Ignorance of other Overpowered Champs

While this may not directly relate to any immediate nerfs or buffs, there are several other champs such as Garen or Hecarim who are strong right now that could use some changes. Understandably, making changes to Udyr for example is much needed but instead of making incremental changes to Talon, perhaps nerf Hecarim's movement speed.