Paragon releases a new skin for Serath, the game's latest hero, as well as hero adjustments and new emotes in today's patch.

Video overview:

Complete patch notes (source):

Hero Adjustments
As a part of our ongoing Hero balance changes, we are taking a look at Greystone, Steel and Sparrow based on live gameplay data.  

We are making adjustments to Greystone’s Reforged, reducing the base damage/slow on the ability and reducing the health provided by his Stoic ability.

In addition, we are making adjustments to Steel and Sparrow. Reducing the damage/scaling on Steel’s Shield Slam and increasing Sparrow’s attack speed per level.

Emotes/Skin
Several emotes are being added as well as a skin for Serath. Show your opponents some personality with the Rampage “Meaning of life," Khaimera “Jungle Jog” emotes, and carry in style with Morning Star Serath.

Monolith

  • Fixed visual bugs associated with buff orbs.

Cards

  • Weekly Card Pack
    • Offensive Maneuvers
    • Blight Bones
    • Mind Flow

All Heroes

  • Fixed various animation bugs on Heroes.

Greystone

  • Reforged
    • Base damage reduced to 180/260/340 from 220/320/420.
    • Slow reduced to 550(inner)/125(outer) from 650(inner)/175(outer).
    • No longer refills Mana.
    • Fixed a bug where Reforged did not gain card scaling.
      •  EDIT: Now 0.5.
  • Stoic
    • Health reduced to 70/140/210/280 from 85/170/255/340.

Khaimera

  • Added “Jungle Jog” emote to in-game store.

Rampage

  • Added “Meaning of Life” emote to in-game store.

Serath

  • Added Morning Star Serath to in-game store.

Steel

  • Shield Slam
    • Base damage reduced to 210/320/430 from 230/350/470.
    • Card scaling reduced to 0.9 from 1.2

Sparrow

  • Attack speed per level to 2.8 from 0.

 


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Last Updated: Jan 17, 2017

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