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Team Liquid LoL Player Pobelter Asks Fans to Stop Twisting His Nipples

Published: 5/Aug/2018 19:15 Updated: 5/Aug/2018 19:27

by Calum Patterson

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In possibly the weirdest PSA in the history of esports, Team Liquid’s Eugene “Pobelter” Park has had to ask fans to stop “twisting our nipples” in LCS post match meet-ups.

The player took to social media to make the request, after a fan or fan(s) were apparently targeting the professionals in what was presumably some weird prank.

The LCS is currently in its summer season, and to kick off week 7, Team Liquid’s faced 100 Thieves, with Liquid coming out on top to increase their lead at the top of standings

But, in the post match meet-up, it seems some fans got a bit too excited in the presence of their favorite LoL stars, so Pobelter made a request he likely never though he would have to.

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And according to the replies to Pobelter’s request, he wasn’t the only player who was targeted by this strange nipple-twisting fan – apparently 100 Thieves’ Zaqueri “aphromoo” Black was also a victim.

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Because it took place behind the scenes, there doesn’t appear to be any footage of the incident, so it will be difficult to identify those responsible.

Fnatic’s Mateusz “Kikis” Szkudlarek called for the fans involved to be banned permanently from attending future matches.

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Fan meet-ups post matches take place regularly in the LCS season, as an opportunity for they paying attendents to get a picture and autograph with their favorite players. But player safety needs to be ensured, even from a nipple-twist.

Team Liquid play their second match of week 7 on Sunday August 5, up against FlyQuest. Hopefully there will be some security of some kind on hand to prevent any repeats of nipple-gate.

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TFT Patch 10.22 hotfix nerfs Morgana after “accidental” buff

Published: 31/Oct/2020 0:36

by Andrew Amos

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First it was Warwick, now it’s Morgana. Riot have had to tone back the Enlightened-Dazzler’s power in an October 30 hotfix after TFT Patch 10.22 gave her some “accidental” buffs.

Morgana reigned supreme after TFT Patch 10.22 as one of the best champions in the game. The Dazzler changes, as well as buffs to her spell damage, made the four-cost unit near unstoppable.

It was by pure accident though. TFT lead developer Stephen ‘Mortdog’ Mortimer revealed the Morgana changes weren’t meant to be shipped. However, Riot were keeping an eye on it instead of instantly reverting it.

“We accidentally shipped the [Morgana] change [in TFT Patch 10.22]. This was not intended and due to an error, but we’re going to leave it for now. Will keep an eye on things and undo via a B-Patch next week if necessary,” Mortdog told players on October 28.

However, the buff was too broken. The Morgana changes didn’t even make the weekend after the patch. Riot pulled the changes almost immediately, shipping a hotfix on October 30 ⁠— two days after the update launched.

It was a total revert of the spell damage buff Morgana received on TFT Patch 10.22, back to 250/400/2000 from 325/525/2000.

Morgana wasn’t the only thing touched in the October 30 TFT hotfix. AP items Chalice of Harmony, Jeweled Gauntlet, and Rabadon’s Deathcap were also changed.

Chalice of Harmony and Jeweled Gauntlet stacking has been a popular choice for Ahri compositions, as well as general Mage builds. However, nerfs to Jeweled Gauntlet’s bonus crit damage and Chalice’s bonus spell power should make them a little less appealing.

The big winner of this is the double-rod Rabadon’s Deathcap. It’s receiving a buff to its total spell power, which might make it a bit more appetizing to players.

There’s still potential for a further TFT Patch 10.22 update next week as part of a b-patch. However, it’s likely there won’t be any changes until November 4’s TFT Patch 10.23.

You can find the full TFT Patch 10.22 hotfix notes below.

TFT Patch 10.22 October 30 hotfix notes

Champions

  • Morgana Spell Damage: 325/525/2000 > 250/400/2000

Items

  • Chalice of Harmony Bonus Spell Power: 40 > 35
  • Jeweled Gauntlet Crit Damage: 50% > 40%
  • Rabadon’s Deathcap Total Spell Power: 75 > 80