League of Legends Wild Rift: New Runes And Keystones

WIld Rife New Runes And Keystones

Riot Games released their Time and Tide update in May 2022 (Patch 3.2) and introduced some new runes and keystones to League of Legends: Wild Rift.

League of Legends: Wild Rift is a multiplayer online battle arena mobile game that was developed for both Android and iOS.

The addition of two keystones and six minor runes to the update is a major element that will provide players with an advantage.

The developer also stated that it will pay close attention to each of them and may make changes as needed. It also requested that players provide input on the new runes.

Below is everything you need to know about the added runes and keystones.

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Domination Runes

The Domination rune is one of the five pathways. It is ideal for champions like Jungler assassins and burst mages that prefer to roam for kills and stay proactive on the map.

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Giant Slayer

As the name implies, Giant Slayer cuts down giants. With this ruin, you’ll be able to do more damage the more bonus health a target has. For example, when the enemy has 1,000 bonus health, this can be up to 10 percent bonus damage.

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Scorch is perfect for harassing early in the game. It has a 10-second cooldown and players will be able to deal an additional 21 to 25 magic damage to enemy champions after one second with this rune.

Inspiration Runes

The Inspiration Rune Path  is mostly focused on the creation of unique tools, objects, and gold.

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Demolish allows you to charge up an attack that will do major damage and push through any turret in your path. You’ll now be able to push a lane faster than ever with this rune and all the other choices available to you. Once players get within 550 range of a turret, an attack will be charged. This can be discharged on the turret to deal 200 (+25 percent maximum health) bonus adaptive damage. This rune has a cooldown of 30 seconds.

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Nimbus Cloak

Nimbus cloak allows you to ghost through any units and has a burst of movespeed when you use your summoner spell. It’s the perfect rune for when you need a better chance to escape or for planning a surprise attack as you race towards your enemy.

Resolve Runes

Resistances, health, and healing are all important aspects of the Resolve Rune Path.

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Nullifying Orb

Nullifying Orb provides you with protection when your health takes a big hit and has a cooldown of 60 seconds. If you take a hit that causes your champion’s health to fall below 35 percent, you’ll gain a shield that absorbs 80 + 50 percent bonus AD + 30 percent AP for four seconds.

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Ultimate Shield

For players wanting to jump right into fights, Ultimate Shield is the one for you because it grants you a scaling shield after casting your ultimate. You’ll gain a shield for 90 to 300 (75 + 15 x level) for three seconds when you cast your ultimate with this rune equipped.


In League of Legends: Wild Rift, Keystone Runes are elements that help the champion.

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Lethal Tempo

Lethal Tempo has been added to break up the conqueror’s dominance. Players are granted a stack of attack speed when they attack enemy champions. This makes it perfect for consistent attackers like Kayle or Ashe. You’re granted six to 12 percent attack speed per stack for melee champions and three to nine percent of extra attack speed for ranged champions.

Players are allowed to have a maximum of six stacks. The keystone will then give a further 30 percent bonus attack speed at maximum stacks. This attack speed is refreshable and will last for six seconds.

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Kraken Slayer

Kraken Slayer is good for marksmen and other champions to cut into tanks and other meaty enemies. Every third attack on an enemy champion will deal 28 to 70 (depending on level) + 30 percent bonus AD + 20 percent AP bonus true damage.

The Kraken Slayer doesn’t have a cooldown. Hit effects won’t add a stack but can trigger full stack damage, and this stack lasts for three seconds.

Wild Rift has gotten better with Patch 3.2 and players can look forward to the added features mentioned above.

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