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Wunder thinks G2 squad for 2022 doesn’t ‘look so strong’

Fnatic’s Wunder had harsh words for his former team during a live Q&A session.

Fnatic went live on Twitch on December 13 with Wunder, Razork, Upset, and Hylissang to answer some of the most frequently asked questions from fans about the team’s new lineup for 2022. Among the new faces joining the team, are Wunder, G2’s top laner, who left the team after four years.

During the live stream, Wunder was asked Which team he looks forward to playing against next year, “and why G2.” He replied that wanting to “beat” G2 was one of the two reasons why he stayed in Europe for another year. The other reason was that he wanted to “win Europe,” and he ended up with the same team that could win the LEC and beat G2 in the process.

“I didn’t think G2’s team was that strong, at least this year’s player.” Wunder said. “I think there’s a lot of things that they’re definitely going to have to do.” He then said it would be surprising to see his former team “play as number one” next spring.

Wunder left behind some teammates and “very good friends” at G2, like Caps and Jankos, and he knows “what they are capable of.” But even as they “internally” communicate with each other and joke about their team’s results, the top laner said he still wants to beat them.

With LEC Spring Split Starts Jan 14, League Fans can witness the battle between the two historic rivals from the very first week of competition. But for now, they will need to wait for the full reveal of the schedule from Riot Games.


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Riot Games has revealed an extensive list of upcoming updates and details League of Legends Patch 11.24b earlier today.

The patch includes balance updates for 10 different champions, with summoner spells for 5 champions and nerf down to five other people. Patch 11.24b is out tomorrow, December 15, serving as a micro-roll for the last major update of the calendar year 2021.

The five champions buffed in Patch 11.24b are Gwen, Olaf, Kai’Sa, Varus, and Pyke. Gwen will get the simplest support in the patch as her max hit is set to increase from 550 to 590. However, aside from her, the other four champions on the table will receive multiple buffs more complex.

Olaf is set to gain extra attack speed from his passive, Berserker Rage. The maximum attack speed he can get from this skill will increase from 75% bonus to 100%.

Varus will also gain attack speed from his passive ability, Living Vengeance. Patch 11.24b will change his passive to cause Varus to gain bonus attack speed from this ability at levels one, six, 11, and 16. Additionally, Varus’ Blighted Quiver’s (W) on-hit damage ) is set to be buffed, meaning that Varus will deal more damage with auto attacks at an even faster rate in the new update.

In addition to Varus, another prominent Kai’Sa marksman will be supported in Patch 11.24, with bonus damage coming to Second Skin (P) and Icathian Rain (Q). Finally, Pyke will also gain summoner spells in the form of healing for his passive ability, as well as increased damage to his Bone Scythe (Q).

These changes and more will be rolled out when League Patch 11.24b is out tomorrow, December 15th. The patch will be the last balance update for League until 2022. The next ranked season of League will begin on January 7, 2022.


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