League of Legends new champion: Renata Glasc ability kit

League of Legends will soon be getting a new champion called Renata Glasc.

credit: Riot Games

League of Legends will soon be getting a new champion called Renata Glasc. The Chem Baroness is an Enchanter support that belongs to a family of alchemists from Zaun. Riot teased the champion recently, giving the champion a new website dedicated to her company.

The champion’s kit is typical of Enchanters, but goes nicely with her darker theme. Her Leverage, Passive applies a mark that allies can detonate for extra damage, and her Q, Handshake, root enemies before throwing them off. Renata also comes with an ability to shield allies as her E, but her W, Bailout, is said to be a better basic ability.

The champion will arrive in the game with patch 12.4, which should be out soon. Before that, Renata will be available on the Public Beta Environment, where players will be able to test her as Riot makes changes to her kit. Renata Glasc’s basic attacks deal bonus damage on enemies.

Q — HANDSHAKE

The champion sends out a missile using her robotic arm. She is capable of reactivating the ability to throw the enemy in a target direction, which damages enemies hit and stunning them if it’s a champion who’s thrown.

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W — BAILOUT

Renata Glasc lets an allied champion or herself increasing Attack Speed and Move Speed toward opponents. If the ally gets a takedown on an opponent’s champion, the buff duration will be set back to square one. If the ally dies while Bailout is still active, their health becomes full but they begin burning to death over 3 seconds.

E — LOYALTY PROGRAM

The champion is capable of sending out chemtech rockets that shield allies and damage and slow enemies they get past. The rockets also apply tier effects around her on cast.

R — HOSTILE TAKEOVER

Renata Glasc sends out a cloud of chemicals that can cause problems for enemies, ramping their Attack Speed and forcing them to basic attack anything in their proximity. Enemies will prioritize attacking their own allies, then the champion herself and her team.

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