League of Legends Patch Notes: Update 13.13 Everything You Need To Know


Welcome to our comprehensive overview of the latest League of Legends patch, update 13.13. In this article, we delve deep into the changes, improvements, and exciting new features that this update brings to the game. As your go-to source for all things League of Legends, we aim to provide you with detailed insights that will help you navigate through the intricacies of this patch.


League of Legends Champion Updates

In update 13.13, Riot Games has focused on enhancing the gameplay experience by introducing significant changes to several champions. Let's take a closer look at some of the notable updates:

1.( Annie)


Dangerous, yet disarmingly precocious, Annie is a child mage with immense pyromantic power. Even in the shadows of the mountains north of Noxus, she is a magical outlier. Her natural affinity for fire manifested early in life through unpredictable, emotional outbursts, though she eventually learned to control these “playful tricks.” Her favorite includes the summoning of her beloved teddy bear, Tibbers, as a fiery protector. Lost in the perpetual innocence of childhood, Annie wanders the dark forests, always looking for someone to play with

2. (Aphelios)


 Aphelios is the #1 bot laner in pro play by a long shot and has been a top performer since March. As such, we want to act in order to create more variety in the bottom lane. We know it sucks for players at home to catch strays like this, but he’s still in a much stronger spot than he was at the start of the year. This time around, we’re targeting some of his biggest ability outliers that provide frustrating levels of power: His turret deals too much DPS for a basic ability, Infernum Q provides him best-in-class sustain by a large margin, and Gravitum’s gank setup is very high for a basic ability. 

3. (Ivern)


Ivern has been taking root across all skill levels after his 13.11 updates which have resulted in one terrifying tree that makes Maokai look like a Meowkai. We feel that his ability to poke down targets at a safe distance and chase down enemies with Daisy are out of line, so we're pulling back on some of Daisy's damage and mobility while also toning down the on-hit damage he gains from Brushmaker. 

League of Legends ARAM Adjustments

Patch 13.13 brings with it a range of itemization adjustments that will shake up the meta and provide fresh strategies for players to explore. Here are some of the key item changes:

For this patch we'll mainly be reducing the buffs or nerfs on champions who no longer need them. Some of the modifier reductions are on champions who are below a 50% win rate, such as Zed or Qiyana, as they are generally harder to play (especially on ARAM) and we want to ensure that their buffs aren't too oppressive in the right hands.

We'd like champion expectation to more closely reflect Summoner's Rift, so we'll be continuing to reduce modifiers on champions when it's reasonable to do so—even if they are sometimes below a 50% win rate because win rate doesn't really tell the full story. 


  • Aatrox: 100% Damage Dealt ⇒ 105% Damage Dealt
  • Caitlyn: 95% Damage Dealt ⇒ 100% Damage Dealt
  • Jinx: 90% Damage Dealt ⇒ 95% Damage Dealt
  • Karma: 100% Shielding ⇒ 110% Shielding


  • Azir: 105% Damage Dealt ⇒ 100% Damage Dealt
  • Rumble: 105% Damage Dealt ⇒ 100% Damage Dealt
  • Qiyana: 80% Damage Taken ⇒ 90% Damage Taken
  • Evelynn: 85% Damage Taken ⇒ 90% Damage Taken
  • Zed: 90% Damage Taken ⇒ 95% Damage Taken

Bug Fixes and Quality of Life Changes

Riot Games has addressed several bugs and implemented quality of life changes to enhance the overall gameplay experience. Some notable bug fixes and quality of life changes in patch 13.13 include:

  • Fixed a bug where Akshan's R - Comeuppance would fail to reveal invisible champions.
  • Fixed a bug where Vladimir's R - Hemoplague range indicator size would be different before and after leveling up his R.
  • Fixed a bug where Anivia would not regain her non-Eggnivia armor and MR stats immediately after reviving
  • Fixed a bug where the amount of chain shield granted by Moonstone Renewer was based on number of shields per spell cast and not allies shielded.
  • Fixed a bug where the League client would sometimes crash when checking the client version.
  • Fixed a bug where Vex's Passive - Doom and Gloom would not be applied against a Galio casting his E while near Vex.
  • Fixed a bug where jungle companion proc damage would sometimes be able to aggro new camps.
  • Fixed a bug where jungle companions could sometimes perform an attack when monsters spawned which would then start combat with said camp without the player champion attacking the camp.
  • Fixed a bug where Bel'Veth would lose stacks on her R by casting her Q and E on different targets.
  • Fixed a bug where Kled could not cast an untargeted heal while casting his R - Chaaaaaaaarge!!!
  • Fixed a bug where Shyvana's Q - Twin Bite would have a slightly longer cooldown in Dragon form than in Human form.
  • Fixed a bug where Shyvana's Q - Twin Bite would only grant Fury on the second hit.
  • Fixed a bug where Lucian's Passive - Vigilance would sometimes repeat its visual effects on the target.
  • Fixed a bug where Lucian's W - Ardent Blaze would sometimes not grant him movement speed.
  • Fixed a bug where when Neeko transformed into a Totem Ward, Farsight Ward, or Control Ward she could not attack.
  • Fixed a bug where upgrading Dark Seal to Mejai's and refunding the purchase would sometimes result in the loss of all Dark Seal stacks.
  • Fixed a bug where when Sona used W - Aria of Perseverance the chain shield from Moonstone Renewer would not time out.
  • Fixed a bug where Maw of Malmortius' cooldown would reset upon death


In conclusion, League of Legends patch update 13.13 brings a plethora of exciting changes to the game. From champion updates to itemization adjustments and map updates, Riot Games continues to evolve and refine the gameplay experience. Stay ahead of the competition by adapting your strategies and exploring new possibilities within the League of Legends universe.

Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ) - League of Legends

Q: What is League of Legends?

A: League of Legends (LoL) is a popular online multiplayer game developed and published by Riot Games. It is a fast-paced, team-based strategy game where players control unique champions with various abilities and compete against each other in exciting matches.

Q: How do I play League of Legends?

A: To play League of Legends, you need to download the game client from the official website. Once installed, create an account, choose a summoner name, and you're ready to start. The game consists of two teams, each aiming to destroy the enemy's Nexus while defending their own.

Q: What are champions?

A: Champions are the playable characters in League of Legends. Each champion has their own set of abilities and playstyle, offering a diverse range of gameplay experiences. There are over 150 champions to choose from, each with their unique strengths and weaknesses.

Q: How do I unlock champions?

A: Champions can be unlocked in League of Legends using in-game currency called Blue Essence (BE) or Riot Points (RP). BE can be earned by playing matches and leveling up, while RP can be purchased with real money. Both currencies can be used to unlock champions, skins, and other cosmetic items.

Q: What is the Summoner's Rift?

A: The Summoner's Rift is the primary map in League of Legends where the majority of matches take place. It features three lanes: top, middle, and bottom, along with a jungle area. Each team aims to strategically push these lanes, control objectives, and ultimately destroy the enemy's Nexus to achieve victory.

Q: What are ranked games?

A: Ranked games in League of Legends provide a more competitive environment where players can test their skills and climb the ranked ladder. By winning ranked matches, players earn LP (League Points) and can advance through various divisions and tiers, striving to reach the top rank of Challenger.

Q: How often does League of Legends release updates?

A: League of Legends receives regular updates in the form of patches, which usually occur every two weeks. These updates bring balance changes to champions, item adjustments, bug fixes, and occasionally introduce new features, game modes, or even new champions.

Q: Can I play League of Legends with friends?

A: Yes, League of Legends offers a variety of multiplayer options to play with friends. You can form a premade team and compete together in ranked or normal matches, or join forces in various game modes such as ARAM (All Random All Mid) or Clash, a competitive tournament-style mode.

Q: Are there esports competitions for League of Legends?

A: Yes, League of Legends has a thriving esports scene with various professional leagues and international tournaments. The most prestigious event is the annual World Championship, where teams from around the world compete for the title of world champions and a substantial prize pool.

Q: How can I improve at League of Legends?

A: Improving at League of Legends requires practice, game knowledge, and a willingness to learn. Some tips to enhance your gameplay include studying champion abilities, watching professional matches, analyzing your own replays, and actively communicating and coordinating with your team.

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