TFT patch 12.10 has arrived as Riot gets ready to say goodbye to Gizmos & Gadgets. A couple of balance changes are on their way, focused on four-cost carries like Ahri, Irelia, and Orianna, as attention turns to Set 7 and Dragonlands. Here’s the full patch notes.
It’s that time of a TFT Set where balance can go out the window. As Riot winds down Gizmos & Gadgets in TFT patch 12.10 though, the status quo will be maintained with a few fresh balance changes to keep things interesting.
However, if you’re still keen to play on live servers in that final ranked push, you’ll want to know exactly what’s changing in the upcoming update. Here’s what you need to know about TFT patch 12.10.
What’s changed in TFT patch 12.10?
Riot adjusts six four-cost carries including Ahri, Irelia, Orianna
Developer Stephen ‘Mortdog’ Mortimer said the current version of TFT was arguably the most balanced of Set 6 despite patch 12.9’s wild changes. So, in trying to not rock the ship too much but giving Gizmos & Gadgets a proper send-off, Riot is freshening up four-costs again.
Six four-cost carries are in their sights. Four are being buffed, including the dreaded Irelia. She’s getting an attack damage scaling buff on her Bladesurge. Ahri, Kha’Zix, and Renata Glasc are also getting improvements at all star levels.
On the flip side, Draven and Orianna face nerfs. Draven is getting yet another base AD nerf while Orianna’s carry-focused buffs from last patch are being reined in slightly.
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Nerfs to Ekko and buffs to Viktor are also planned, as well as changes to nine traits.
TFT Set 7, Dragonlands, goes live on PBE
The main event of TFT patch 12.10 is not the update itself — it’s the preview of the one coming after. TFT Set 7, Dragonlands, will be replacing Gizmos & Gadgets in two weeks, and a first look at the update will go live on the PBE at the same time as patch 12.10.
There are 58 new units — including 53 champions and five all-new Dragons — as the Convergence moves back in time to a pre-Hextech era. There are seven Dragons as part of the new set mechanic (if you think we can’t count, two of them are League champions too), all leading a different nation with mega trait buffs to align with that.
You can find the full TFT patch 12.10 notes below.
TFT patch 12.10 notes
- Parallel Convergence damage: 150/200/400 ⇒ 125/200/400
- Parallel Convergence bonus attack speed: 35/40/50% ⇒ 30/40/50%
- Orb of Deception damage: 135/200/450 ⇒ 140/210/500
- Attack damage: 90 ⇒ 85
- Bladesurge attack damage scaling: 185% ⇒ 190%
- Attack damage: 85 ⇒ 90
- Mana: 30/90 ⇒ 40/100
- Command: Shockwave shield: 140/200/700 ⇒ 125/200/700
- Command: Shockwave damage: 325/450/1500 ⇒ 300/425/1500
- Toxic Wavedamage: 40/65/240 ⇒ 50/75/250
- Chaos Rays destruction of remaining shields: 25/33/100% ⇒ 40/50/200%
- Total Ability Power: 20/50/90/135 ⇒ 20/50/100/150
- Bonus shield: 200/400/800/2000 ⇒ 200/400/800/1800
- Bonus health: 800/1600 ⇒ 800/1888
- 5 Enforcer attack speed: 80% ⇒ 100%
- Base shield: 100/150/275/375 ⇒ 100/175/300/425
- 3 Innovator Mechanical Scarab base health: 475 ⇒ 450
- 5 Innovator Mechanical Bear base health: 775 ⇒ 725
- 5 Innovator Mechanical Bear armor and magic resist: 55 ⇒ 50
- 7 Innovator Mechanical Dragon base health: 1025 ⇒ 925
- Mana regen: 5/15/25 ⇒ 5/15/30
- Bonus attack damage: 10/25/40/70 ⇒ 10/25/50/80
- Chance for attacks and abilities to trigger twice: 40/55/70/100% ⇒ 40/55/75/100%
- 6 Yordle mana reduction: 33% ⇒ 40%