Open Beta Patch Notes
Improved Leaver Buster – PVP.net will now automaticaly ban leavers. This works similar to a ‘driving points” system for driver’s licenses.
-You gain ‘leave points’ by leaving games, and if you have enough leave points, you will be suspended or banned.
-You lose ‘leave points’ by having good behavior – by completing your games, and not leaving over a long period of time.
Mastery saving has been improved
Repseccing your masteries no longer saves an empty mastery page to the server. This means you’ll never accidentally enter the game with no masteries.
You can now remove saved mastery points individually without having to return all your points.
When you have unsaved changes in your rune page or mastery page, you will now be prompted to save when navigating away.
Lowered the volume level of audio in PVP.net at all slider positions. You may want to adjust the audio levels in PVP.net as a result.
Fixed a bug where viewing another users Champions would display your own Champions instead. This option is now greyed out when viewing another users profile.
Fixed a bug where the “Play Again” button would not work at the End of Game screen for arranged teams
Fixed a bug where you could not select the “Random” marker in Champion Selection
Fixed a bug where PVP.net would crash at certain resolutions
Trundle, The Cursed Troll (January)
Rabid Bite: Trundle bites his opponent, dealing damage and sapping some of their attack damage.
Contaminate: Trundle infects a target location with his curse, gaining attack speed, movement speed, and crowd control reduction while on it.
Pillar of Filth: Trundle creates a plagued beacon at a target location, which becomes impassable terrain and slows all nearby enemy units.
Agony (Ultimate): Trundle immediately steals his target’s health and a percentage of their armor and magic resistance. Over the next six seconds the amount of health, armor, and magic resistance stolen is doubled.
Decompose (Passive): Whenever an enemy unit near Trundle dies, he heals for a percentage of their maximum health.
Cassiopeia, the Serpent’s Embrace (February)
Noxious Blast – Cassiopeia blasts an area with a delayed high damage poison, granting her increased Movement Speed if she hits a champion.
Miasma – Cassiopeia releases a growing cloud of poison, lightly damaging and slowing any enemy that happens to pass through it.
Twin Fang – Cassiopeia lets loose a damaging attack at her target. If the target is poisoned the cooldown of this spell is refreshed.
Petrifying Gaze (Ultimate) – Cassiopeia releases a swirl of magical energy from her eyes, stunning any enemies in front of her that are facing her and slowing any others with their back turned.
Deadly Cadence (Passive) – After casting a spell any subsequent spellcasts will cost 10% less for 5 seconds. This ability stacks up to 5 times.