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TFT Patch 10.21 to feature Moonlight & Divine rework, Cultist nerf, more

Published: 1/Oct/2020 3:49 Updated: 12/Oct/2020 0:32

by Andrew Amos

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Riot kept things measured for the last update, but in TFT Patch 10.21, some bigger changes are on the way. Moonlight and Divine are getting mini reworks, and a host of other traits like Cultist, Shade, and Vanguard are getting changed.

TFT Fates is currently in a pretty good spot of balance. Riot remarked before the release of TFT Patch 10.20 that they are looking to just make small changes to not throw the balance of power out.

However, TFT Patch 10.21 will definitely shake things up on the face of it. Two trait reworks, a lot of buffs, and more ⁠— the meta could shift when the update drops on October 14.

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You will be able to get two four-stars with this Moonlight buff in TFT Patch 10.21.

Moonlight now gives two four-star champions

You can currently get Moonlight Chosen to help set up your composition with two units instead of three. However, there’s four Moonlight units, so getting any more is a bit of a waste considering the trait caps out at three units.

In TFT Patch 10.21 though, you might actually have a reason to pursue a five Moonlight composition. The trait is getting a five-unit buff, where it stars up two units instead of one. This means you can actually get two four-star champions.

However, it raises the dilemma. Do you pursue two four-stars ⁠— especially with Diana nerfs also in the pipeline ⁠— or do you build out into more useful traits? If you land the early three-stars it’ll be worth, but be careful pushing for it too hard.

God Fist Lee Sin in League of Legends
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Divine units will now have a CC cleanse inbuilt into their trait.

Divine to give more powerful, but temporary buff

Divine currently in TFT is a bit underutilized. While the buff is powerful with the bonus true damage, it lurks in the shadows of other powerful traits like Dusk and Spirit. However, that might chance in TFT Patch 10.21.

The new Divine trait will give a more powerful buff, but it’ll only be temporary. It’ll have the same activation ⁠— six attacks, or dropping below 50% health ⁠— but activating it will instantly cleanse all crowd control.

Divine champions will then take 80% reduced damage and deal 50% bonus true damage. The buff duration will increase in length from three to 15 seconds depending on the number of Divine units you have. This more powerful buff might be enough to make Divine worth pursuing.

Kayn in TFT
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Scared of Shade carry already? It’s getting buffed in TFT Patch 10.21.

Cultist nerfed as Galio now scales on unit star levels

With Spirit now taken care of, Riot have turned their attention to Cultist. The Galio-spawning trait is incredibly strong in the early game, where you can splash it in at either three or six-units for a hugely powerful buff.

However, they’re making it less of a splashable trait and something you have to invest in. Galio will now scale based on his Cultist allies star levels. His base AD and health have been tanked to encourage players to commit to Cultist or pivot.

Looking elsewhere, Shade is also getting extra damage at all levels, while there’s a new Vanguard eight-unit bonus giving units 2,000 armor ⁠— good luck shredding through that. Ninja is getting a buff at four units too to hopefully drag the underpowered trait up.

Champions-wise, Elise, Jarvan IV, Azir, Lillia, Zilean, Nidalee, Teemo, and Kennen are set to get buffs, mostly to their ability damage.

Diana, as we mentioned earlier, is getting a nerf after her recent buff though. She will have less orbs at four stars, meaning her ability is less of a nuke. Kayn, Jax, Veigar, Riven, Jhin, Talon, and Ahri are on the nerf list too.

Spirit Blossom Ahri in TFT Fates
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Ahri has finally been nerfed in TFT Fates.

You can find the full TFT Patch 10.21 preview below, courtesy of Surrender@20. We will keep this updated as more changes hit the PBE.

TFT Patch 10.21 preview notes

Champions

Tier 1

Diana

  • Ability orbs lowered from 4/5/6/10 to 4/5/6/9

Elise

  • Ability health on hit increased from 40/80/120 to 40/80/160

Nidalee

  • Ability damage amp per hex increased from 10% to 20%

Tier 2

Aphelios

  • Turrets will now stop firing when Aphelios is disabled

Jarvan IV

  • Ability damage increased from 175/250/500 to 175/250/750

Jax

  • Mana increased from 50/100 to 60/110

Teemo

  • Ability damage increased from 200/300/600 to 300/450/900

Tier 3

Kennen

  • Ability damage increased from 300/450/900 to 300/450/1350

Tier 4

Ahri

  • HP lowered from 650 to 600
  • Ability damage lowered from 500/800/4000 to 500/750/3000

Jhin

  • Ability damage lowered from 444/500/4444% to 444/500/1234%

Riven

  • Ability wave damage lowered from 300/450/1500 to 300/450/1350

Talon

  • Ability AD bonus % lowered from 200/225/300 to 200/225/250

Tier 5

Azir

  • Ability damage increased from 200/350/2000 to 200/350/8888

Kayn

  • Shadow assassin: Extra damage lowered from 75% to 65%
  • Spell damage lowered from 450/600/6666 to 400/600/6666

Lillia

  • Ability sleep duration changed from 3.5/3.5/8 to 3/4/8

Zilean

  • Ability targets increased from 2/2/10 to 2/3/10
  • Ability health restored lowered from 350/700/3000 to 350/500/3000

Traits

Adept

  • 2 unit duration increased from 2 to 2.5
  • 3 unit duration increased from 3 to 4
  • 4 unit duration increased from 5 to 7

Cultist

  • Galio’s base HP and AD now scales off the Cultists’ total star levels
  • Galio base HP lowered from 1600/3800/6666 to 1000/1750/2500
  • Galio base AD lowered from 125/400/1000 to 80/180/400

Divine

Changed effect: Upon attacking 6 times of dropping below 50% health, Divine champions remove all crowd control and ascend, taking 66% reduced damage and dealing 50% bonus true damage for the duration.

  • 2 units: 4 seconds
  • 4 units: 7 seconds
  • 6 units: 10 seconds
  • 8 units: 14 seconds

Fortune

  • Fortune 3 loot table reduced from 0 to 4 losses
  • Fortune 6 loot average value buffed from 10.25g to 11.65g

Hunter

  • Bonus damage changed:
    • 2 units lowered from 175% to 150%
    • 4 units increased from 175% to 200%
    • 5 units increased from 175% to 225%

Moonlight

Changed effect: At the start of combat, the lowest star-level Moonlight Champions star up until combat ends. (If tied, the champion with the most items is chosen.)

  • 3 units: 1 champion
  • 5 units: 2 champions

Mystic

  • 2 unit MR increased from 35 to 40
  • 4 unit MR increased from 95 to 100
  • 6 unit MR increased from 175 to 200

Ninja

  • 4 unit AD increased from 120 to 150
  • 4 unit Spell Power increased from 120% to 150%

Shade

  • Now requires 4 auto attacks to proc instead of 3
  • 2 unit bonus damage increased from 100 to 150
  • 3 unit bonus damage increased from 325 to 400
  • 4 unit bonus damage increased from 650 to 750

Vanguard

  • 6 unit armor increased from 500 to 600
  • Added 8 unit bonus: 1500 armor

Items

Chalice of Power

  • Spell power buff increased from 30% to 40%

Gargoyle Stoneplate

  • Armor and MR buff increased from 12 to 15

Locket of the Iron Solari

  • Shield increased from 250/300/375/500 to 350/450/600/800

Luden’s Echo

  • Spell damage decreased from 200 to 180
  • Now does 180 bonus damage to shielded or crowd controlled champions

Quicksilver

  • CC blocking duration lowered from 12 to 10 seconds

Statikk Shiv

  • Base damage lowered from 85 to 75
  • Bonus damage to shielded or stunned units increased from 85 to 175

Zeke’s Herald

  • Attack speed buff increased from 30% to 40%

Zz’Rot Portal

  • Minion base AD increased from 70 to 150
  • Now taunts all enemies at the start of combat to the wearer for 2 seconds

Systems

Chosen

  • Modified Chosen appearance rate to reduce some of the worst luck cases and streakiness
  • Guaranteed you’re shown at least one Chosen by 2-2

Shop

  • Removed change that prohibited unbought champions from repeating in consecutive shops.

Bug fixes

  • Fixed a typo in Fortune
  • Clarified Morellonomicon tooltip (item applies effect when the holder deals magic damage with their spell)
  • Fixed an issue where the following units would show the wrong color on their spell’s tooltip when given spell power: Tahm Kench, Hecarim, Nunu, Azir, Kayn
  • Pyke’s ability now hits slightly in front of him, allowing him to hit cornered units
  • Fixed a rare issue where strange Chosens could appear in the shop, but buying them would give you a one-star copy of a different unit.
  • Kayn no longer casts if there are no enemies in range that he could hit
  • Sett can no long cast Showstopper on an enemy Sett who is out of combat due to The Boss
  • Fixed some bugs with specific Fortune loot tables that were dropping a bit more than intended
FIFA

How to complete FIFA 21 Marquee Matchups SBC Week 4: solutions, cost

Published: 23/Oct/2020 14:43

by Connor Bennett

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Marquee Matchups are back once again in FIFA 21, with two of Europe’s biggest derbies taking centre stage – Barcelona vs Real Madrid and Schalke vs Borussia Dortmund. 

Ever since the Marquee Matchups SBCs were added to FIFA, they’ve typically focused on the biggest games of the weeks. Though, sometimes like in Week 3, you’ve got to look elsewhere. 

After many clubs across the globe let their players depart for international duty, and the Marquee Matchups focused on four European matchups, club action is back for Week 4 – with the focus on some interesting clashes.

These include the first El Clasico of the season between Barcelona and Real Madrid, as well as the first Revierderby between Schalke and Borussia Dortmund. So, let’s get right into it. 

Barcelona vs Real Madrid

First off, the standout game from this round of Marquee Matchups is undoubtedly the Clasico but don’t worry, you won’t need to give up a Messi, Benzema, Hazard, or Ansu Fati to complete this SBC.

No, instead, you just need a player from either club, as well as some others from La Liga to get you to a squad rating of 75. According to FUTBin, this part of the SBC group will cost between 4,000 and 8,000 coins. 

  • Min #1 player from Barcelona or Real Madrid
  • Min #2 players from La Liga Santander 
  • Max 3 leagues
  • Min 75 Squad Rating 
  • Min 85 Team Chemistry

Schalke vs Borussia Dortmund

Moving on and sticking with the other derby – Schalke and Borussia Dortmund. Again, for this SBC, you’ll need a player from either side.

You’ll also need to use players from at least four different clubs while also achieving a Team Chemistry of at least 80. Again, it’s not too expensive, and should set you back between 5,000 and 9,000 coins if you need to start from scratch.

  • Min #1 player from Schalke or Dortmund
  • Min #4 different clubs
  • Max 3 in same league count
  • Min 75 Squad Rating 
  • Min 80 Team Chemistry

Southampton vs Everton

Aside from those two games, there is also an SBC for the matchup between Everton and Southampton – seeing as the Blues are, as of writing, topping the Premier League table. 

You don’t need players from either side, however, for this one – just players from the Premier League and one other league. Yet, you are limited to a maximum of six players from the same club.

Again, it won’t cost all that much. According to FUTBin estimates, it’ll set you back between 5,000 and 8,000 coins if you need to build the whole thing from scratch.

  • Min #2 players from La Liga Santander 
  • Min #2 leagues
  • Max 6 in players from same club
  • Min 74 Squad Rating 
  • Min 75 Team Chemistry

Galatasary vs Trabzonspor

Last but not least, the final game in this SBC group is a matchup between two Turkish sides – Galatasary and Trabzonspor. For this, you’ll need at least one Turkish player, but he doesn’t have to play for either team.

In addition to one Turkish player, you’ll also need at least eight silver players and a minimum of 75 when it comes to Team Chemistry. Like the other three, its pretty cheap, as FUTBin suggests it’ll cost between 5,000 and 9,000 coins.

  • Min #1 player from Turkey
  • Min #8 Silver players
  • Max 5 nations
  • Min 2 rares
  • Min 75 Team Chemistry


All in all, its another set of Marquee Matchups that aren’t incredibly difficult or expensive to complete, and have some nice rewards in store.

If you manage to grab anything nice from your packs, be sure to let us know by tweeting us @UltimateTeamUK.