The final patch of the current season, 10.22, aims to balance out a few more stones in what appears to be one of the most stable League of Legends seasons we’ve had so far. While there have only been four names on Riot Games’ banhammer radar, five champions will be in for a treat as Riot wraps up the season. Last patch of the season and things are pretty stable. This includes some of the champion tweaks we started working on last week. pic.twitter.com/pk7tJcvgsB – Mark Yetter (@MarkYetter) October 19, 2020 Xayah, LeBlanc, Sejuani, Nasus, and Brand all have win rates of around 50% or less. While these champions are certainly not at the bottom of the rankings in terms of power rankings, there have been other contenders who can do what they do best. Riot did not reveal the details of the buffs that Xayah, LeBlanc and Sejuani would do. receive, but gave a glimpse into the future of the two remaining champions. Nasus’ ultimate, Fury of the Sands, will grant him more bonus resistance. The old version of the Ultimate would open the doors of resistance from 15 and cap at 55, while the new one will start from 40 and end at a total resistance of 70. It will no longer gain one to three resistance. per second, however while the buff may look like a simple number adjustment, it can change the way Nasus is traditionally played in almost any skill level. Rushing a Magic Resist item against heavy mage lineups slowed Nasus to take off, and he may even begin to contribute more to early team fights with his increased tankiness. Overall, the buff is decent enough to make Nasus stronger early in the game, which may be all he needs to get some light in the meta. The Champion’s Kit provides everything you need to support a match, but it takes too long to get online, and there are Champions who can outdo each other on any day of the week if a match goes on. the explosive damage of the passive at 10-14 percent from 12 to 14 percent, but will increase its scale rate by 0.5 percent. Despite being a nerf at the start of Brand’s game, this change could pave the way for him to stand tall in the later stages of the game, and his E, Conflagration, will still spread to nearby enemies starting with the new patch, but the spread range will be reduced from 375 to 300. The flame effect will double the spread range to 600, and his ultimate cannot bounce off Brand himself. While it’s unclear whether Brand will be affected by his own ultimate, he can certainly increase the champion’s solo. kill potential higher than it has ever been. Brand needed the help of minions and a bit of luck to pull off some solo lane kills, but now he can easily do that to any champion he does manage to win. Brand certainly have the potential to bring him back into the world. Image via Riot Games Image via Riot GamesRiot may not have listed the changes to Ashe and Jinx in the buff column, but these may be dormant adjustments from the next patch since the two changes allow both champions to surpass more. Ashe’s Volley, which used to fire nine shots at all levels, will now start firing seven shots at level one. Volleyball will cap at 11 Slow Arrows when at maximum, which can increase Ashe’s effectiveness in mid-game team fights. His laning may suffer, however, but it can end up being a good compromise; Jinx, on the other hand, will have access to another source of burst damage as his traps are ready to deal immediate damage upon activation. The Champion’s immobilizing traps dealt their damage over 1.5 seconds, removing their burst potential. Enemies may start to feel a little more secure about entering Jinx’s traps after the patch, as they will have less HP to react.