New Skins

The following skins were released along with this patch.

The following skins were released along with this patch, but were not available for purchase until Monday, April 4.

League of Legends V1.0.0.114


Note: Lee Sin's release was delayed until April 1 on a separate update due to April's Fools.

Lee Sin Lee Sin, the Blind Monk
  • Sonic Wave.png Sonic Wave: Lee Sin projects a discordant wave of sound to locate his enemies, dealing physical damage to the first enemy it encounters. If Sonic Wave hits, Lee Sin can cast Resonating Strike for the next 3 seconds.
    • Resonating Strike.png Resonating Strike: Lee Sin dashes to the enemy hit by Sonic Wave, dealing physical damage plus 10% of their missing health.
  • Safeguard.png Safeguard: Lee Sin rushes towards a target ally, shielding them both from damage. If a shield is broken, half the energy cost is returned. After using Safeguard, Lee Sin can cast Iron Will for the next 3 seconds.
    • Iron Will.png Iron Will: Lee Sin's intense training allows him to thrive in battle. For 5 seconds, Lee Sin gains lifesteal, spell vamp, and armor.
  • Tempest.png Tempest: Lee Sin smashes the ground sending out a shockwave that deals magic damage and reveals enemy units hit. If Tempest hits an enemy, Lee Sin can cast Cripple for the next 3 seconds.
    • Cripple.png Cripple: Lee Sin cripples nearby enemies revealed by Tempest, reducing their Movement and Attack Speed for 4 seconds. Movement and Attack Speed recover gradually over the duration.
  • Dragon's Rage.png Dragon's Rage (Ultimate): Lee Sin performs a powerful roundhouse kick launching his target back, dealing physical damage to the target and any enemies they collide with. Enemies the target collides with are knocked into the air for a short duration.
  • Flurry.png Flurry (Innate): After Lee Sin uses an ability, his next 2 basic attacks gain 50% Attack Speed and return 10 energy each.
Caitlyn Caitlyn
  • Stats
    • Attack speed per level increased to 3% from 2.6%.
  • Yordle Snap Trap.png Yordle Snap Trap
    • Max trap count increased to 3 from 2.
Dr. Mundo Dr. Mundo
  • Infected Cleaver.png Infected Cleaver
    • Fixed a bug where targets were being slowed additively instead of multiplicatively.

Ezreal Ezreal

  • Arcane Shift.png Arcane Shift
    • Fixed a bug where it could target unseen minions such as wards.
Galio Galio

Garen Garen

  • Movement speed increased to 320 from 315.
  • Courage.png Courage: damage reduction increased to 20/24/28/32/36% from 10/15/20/25/30%.
Jax Jax
  • Leap Strike.png Leap Strike
    • Now prefers to target enemies over allies when your cursor overlaps both.

Karma Karma

  • Spirit Bond.png Spirit Bond: leash range has been increased by a small amount.
  • Mantra.png Mantra: charge reload time now scales with level. It has been changed to a 30 / 25 / 20 cooldown from a 25 cooldown at all levels.
  • Fixed a bug where the Mantra.png Mantra: Heavenly Wave.png Heavenly Wave was not granting assists for healing allies.

Katarina Katarina

  • Shunpo.png Shunpo now prefers to target enemies over allies when your cursor overlaps both.

LeBlanc LeBlanc

  • Fixed a bug where Distortion.png Distortion and its Mimic.png Mimic version would break the target's spell shield and still deal damage.

Maokai Maokai

Nocturne Nocturne

Pantheon Pantheon

  • Fixed a bug where Aegis Protection.png Aegis Protection triggered after every 4 attacks, but every 5 spell casts instead of 4 as it was intended.
Poppy Poppy
  • Paragon of Demacia.png Paragon of Demacia
    • Updated shield texture.
  • Heroic Charge.png Heroic Charge
    • Fixed several unintended interactions with and spell shields. Notably, Poppy won't push herself past the target anymore.
Shen Shen
  • Ki Strike.png Ki Strike
    • It can now be cancelled mid-attack (and will not say 'Cannot Move While Casting').
    • Fixed a bug where it could kill a target and not trigger Vorpal Blade.png Vorpal Blade's heal effect.
  • Feint.png Feint
    • Updated tooltips to properly match the functionality and adjusted the playing tips referencing it.
  • Shadow Dash.png Shadow Dash
    • Fixed a bug where it could move a shorter distance than intended if Shen was greatly slowed.

Sivir Sivir

  • Fixed a bug where some of her tooltips referred to 'Spiral Blade' instead of 'Boomerang Blade.png Boomerang Blade'.
Soraka Soraka
  • Infuse.png Infuse
    • Now prefers to target enemies over allies when your cursor overlaps both.

Urgot Urgot

Veigar Veigar


Deathfire Grasp item.png Deathfire Grasp
  • Fixed a tooltip bug.
Madred's Razors item.png Madred's Razors
  • Fixed a bug where a clone with Madred's Razors could deny its owner of monster buffs if it dealt the killing blow to the monster.
Wriggle's Lantern item.png Wriggle's Lantern
  • Fixed a bug where a clone with Wriggle's Lantern could deny its owner of monster buffs if it dealt the killing blow to the monster.


  • Fixed a bug where normal Golems were improperly labeled "Neutral Monsters" instead of "Monsters".
  • Slow stacking penalty increased to 65% from 50%.


  • Base turret attack speed increased to +30% from 20%.
  • Turret base armor and magic resist increased by 10.
  • Turrets no longer gain up to 25% attack speed and 25 armor and magic resist for having a nearby defending champion.
  • Turret to champion damage increased by 5%.


  • Fixed a bug where Greater Mark of Might's tooltip was incorrect.


A hotfix for this patch went live on the 5th of April, with the aim of adjusting Lee Sin Lee Sin, who was considered underpowered by the majority of the community. The hotfix contains the following changes [1]:

  • Flurry.png Flurry
    • Energy restoration per hit increased to 15 from 10.
  • Sonic Wave.png Sonic Wave / Resonating Strike.png Resonating Strike
    • Attack damage scaling increased to 100% from 80%.
  • Tempest.png Tempest
    • Attack damage scaling increased to 100% from 60%.
  • Dragon's Rage.png Dragon's Rage
    • Attack damage scaling increased to 200% from 150%.

Other changes to Lee Sin Lee Sin that couldn't be done via hotfix, including tooltip changes for the abilities above, were released in V1.0.0.115.

Undocumented changes


Pantheon Pantheon

  • Walking animation has been updated.
  • Grand Skyfall.png Grand Skyfall: fixed a bug where AoE circle wasn't showing for some users.

Nasus Nasus

Patch preview

For this patch, we’re mainly focusing on bug fixes, as well as some more buffs to several champions. The reason we went for this focus was to prepare for the upcoming patch, in which we’re preparing some interesting solutions to damage-vs-defense, counters to tank-stacked teams, and other larger balance changes.

We added an extra maximum Yordle Snap Trap.png Yordle Snap Trap to Caitlyn Caitlyn, which will improve her team utility presence, along with an attack speed boost to give her a little more ability to scale into late-game damage.

Garen Garen’s movement speed was increased to 320, and gave a massive early game increase to the damage reduction on Courage.png Courage. This ability needs to be more reliable in the laning phase to allow Garen to close and be effective. Doubling the rank 1 value should be a big help in this regard.

Galio Galio’s ultimate has had it range increased by 50, to give it some additional value in more spread out fights. We plan to continue adjusting Galio.

Finally, we’ve changed turrets to protect better against unattended minion waves, but less against coordinated pushes. We wanted to avoid lengthening game times, but at the same time want to make it so leaving minion waves unattended isn’t quite so punishing. This change aims to accomplish that.