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What Can LoL Account Owners Expect for the 13.2 Update



The 13.2 update for LoL promises improvements for the ADC role, but we may have to wait a bit longer for it to release.

The League of Legends 13.2 patch update will release soon. The developers have already revealed some information about the changes coming to the MOBA. When Riot Games revealed in 2022 that Ahri would be getting an ASU, the crowd went wild. Now that we’re in the first quarter of 2023, the sustainability and art update will finally materialize. Of course, that’s not the only update for the patch either; Riot Games also has other plans, such as champion buffs and nerfs for League of Legends account holders. So what will Riot update in League of Legends for the 13.2 update? Let’s find out.


The Much-Awaited Ahri ASU Update

As mentioned, Ahri is slated to get her ASU update for patch 13.2. Released way back in 2011, she’s become one of the oldest champions in the game. As a result, her model isn’t as up-to-date as the other champions, and while she has many skins, most of them don’t suit her outdated model anymore.

Ahri’s ASU update is one of the two most sought-after changes players have wanted for years, with Aurelion Sol’s upcoming CGU coming second. Thanks to the art and sustainability update, Riot Games could change players’ thoughts about Ahri being outdated by cleaning up her abilities, art, and model. Riot will introduce significant quality-of-life changes to keep the champion easier to maintain in the coming years. They will also update her code along with her splash art. You can check out Ahri’s ASU when it releases on the PBE server; note that you’ll need a PBE account to access it.


Mana Scaling and Regen Buffs for Marksmen

In recent times, Marksmen have suffered due to the ADC role being brought down to its lowest point. Right now, it’s one of the least-played roles in League of Legends.  Many ADC mains are unhappy with the state of the game, which is why Riot Games decided to make some changes.

Here are the changes coming for ADCs in the upcoming 13.2 patch:


Champion Buffs
Caitlyn Mana Scaling: 35 to 40

Mana Regen: .55 to .7

Ashe Mana Scaling: 32 to 35

Mana Regen: .4 to .65

Xayah Mana Regen Scaling: .75 to .8
Ezreal Mana Regen Scaling: .65 to 1
Twitch Base Mana: 287.2 to 300

Mana Regen Scaling: .45 to .7

Sivir Mana Scaling: 40 to 75

Mana Cost: 60*80 to 60 (Ricochet)

Jhin Mana Cost: 50-90 to 50-70 (Deadly Flourish)

Mana Cost: 35-50 to 30 (Captive Audience)

Kai’Sa Mana Scaling: 38 to 40

Base Mana: 344.88 to 345

Mana Regen: 50-90 to 50-70

Miss Fortune Mana Regen: 8.05 to 8

Mana Growth: 35 to 40

Mana Regen Growth: .65 to .8

Jinx Mana Cost: 50-90 to 50-70 (Zap!)

Base Mana: 345 to 260

Mana Growth: 45 to 50

Senna Mana Regen Growth: .4 to .7
Lucian Mana Regen Growth: .7 to .85

Base Mana: 349 to 340

Base Mana Regen: 8.18 to 8

Mana Growth: 38 to 45


These changes—along with system updates—should improve the state of the ADCs in the bot lane, but further testing with a PBE account  should check as to whether Riot Games have overdone it with these adjustments.


Champion Buffs Incoming

The previous patches we’ve had were all Worlds-focused. Granted, it was a time when the Worlds event was taking place. But now, the upcoming patch will have numerous changes that deal with champions that have low victory rates. A few champions will receive minor improvements in patch 13.2, such as:

  • Zoe
  • Annie
  • Orianna
  • Lillia

Since Season 13, Zoe and Annie have been experiencing difficulties in the mid-lane, but the modifications in patch 13.2 should address this issue and make it easier for them to compete in all sorts of matchups.


With Buffs Comes the Nerfs

It’s not a patch update with the yin and yang—the buffs and nerfs. Along with the adjustments for the ADC champions, we’re also getting the usual nerfs for champions that have just been way too OP in recent times. The champions slated to receive nerfs in patch 13.2 are the following:

  • Kassadin
  • Yuumi
  • Nami
  • Gangplank
  • Kindred
  • Maokai
  • Ryze
  • Udyr
  • Heimerdinger

Ryze and Kassasin, in particular, are having a reign of terror in Summoner’s Rift for a while now thanks to the current mid-lane meta, but thankfully, their time is up for those who are dreading for face these champions. And since Maokai is currently the strongest jungler in LoL, he’s scheduled to receive a double nerf.


Don’t Forget the Skins

While skins aren’t necessarily part of the chunkier updates in 13.2, they’re a part of League of Legends. We will be getting Lunar God skins to celebrate the Lunar New Year. Here are the champions getting the themed cosmetics:

  • Lunar Empress Qiyana
  • Lunar Empress Ashe
  • Lunar Emperor Thresh
  • Lunar Guardian Malphite
  • Lunar Guardian Kha’Zix


Release for 13.2 Update Delayed

Unfortunately, we may have to wait a bit longer before players with League accounts get a taste of what the 13.2 update offers. The patch was scheduled to release on January 24, but Riot revealed they’d suffered a security breach a few days prior. For this reason, the internal development process has been heavily affected. Riot ensured that the attackers obtained no player data/personal details, but it has temporarily impacted their ability to release content. As such, we can expect the delay of various patches for their games, including the 13.2 update for League of Legends.

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