5 Things We Don't Want in League of Legends Patch 10.25

5 Things We Don't Want in League of Legends Patch 10.25
5 Things We Don't Want in League of Legends Patch 10.25 / Photo Courtesy of Riot Games

League of Legends Patch 10.25 is right around the corner. Some players are excited for the new changes coming in this patch. Others however, are disheartened by the changes. Here are the five things we don't want in League of Legends Patch 10.25.

Pantheon Nerf

Pantheon is still a good champion despite the nerfs. However, changes to his Aegis Assault make him less support viable. His shield used to be able to block tower shots, which was massive. With that shield removed, he now gains an ability that grants him movement speed temporarily. On top of that, his empowered Comet Spear no longer slows enemies that it hits.

Warwick Buff

There was a focus this patch on characters that don't typically get a lot use. Warwick, being one of those champions, received the buff of doing more damage on hit. This is good, but Warwick already does massive amounts of damage. Making his damage output faster is good, but it doesn't necessarily make Warwick more viable.

Wukong Buff

Wukong getting a buff is nice, but there are so many top laners that just tank through Wukong's abilites. Wukong does have an ability that breaks through armor, but at max health it won't make much of a difference. Wukong's Nimbus Strike will now do more damage, but the ability is more directed towards clearing minion waves quickly.

Rell's Magnetic Storm

Magnetic Storm is the name of Rell's ultimate ability. Magnetic Storm pulls enemies to Rell and traps them in her area for a few seconds. This wouldn't be as terrifying, except for the fact that Rell can still move around while the ability is active. Meaning she can just pull players along for the ride, whether they like it or not.

Nexus Blitz

Nexus Blitz makes it's return in patch 10.25, but with a few changes. This game mode is fast paced, and plays fairly differently from traditional League of Legends. The reason we're not looking forward to it though, is because that fast paced action is still hard to track. If you enjoy pure chaos, then you'll love this game mode. A regular game of League can be hard to track as is.