Everything We Know About League’s Upcoming Void Jungler, Bel’Veth

Everything We Know About League’s Upcoming Void Jungler, Bel’Veth

Born from the 'raw material' of a city entirely consumed by her, Bel'Veth emerges as League's 180th champion. Earlier teased in a variety of ways, the void jungler was also the subject of a slew of leaks that gave eager fans a glimpse at her kit.

Here's everything revealed so far about League's upcoming Empress of the Void, including her date of arrival to live servers.

Source: Riot Games

Bel’Veth’s entire kit revealed

  • Passive - Death in Lavender: Bel’Veth’s next two attacks have increased attack speed, after using an ability. Additionally, whenever Bel’Veth takes down a large monster or champion she gains permanent bonus attack speed in the form of Lavender stacks. The Empress attacks faster with no cap on the attack speed, but her attacks and on-hit effects deal reduced damage and upon leveling up, no attack speed is gained.Q - Void Surge: Bel'Veth dashes in one of four directions, dealing considerable damage to all enemies she passes through, applying on-hit effects. Each direction has its own specific cooldown that scales with attack speed.
  • W - Above and Below: Her W causes Bel’Veth to slam her tail down, deal damage, knock up, and slows enemies hit. Upon hitting an enemy champion, this ability would, however, reduce her Q - Void Surge’s dash cooldown in the direction of the champion hit.
  • E - Royal Maelstrom: The Empress of the Void channels a storm of slashes around her, and gains damage reduction with an increased life steal. Each slash strikes the lowest health enemy within her Maelstrom, dealing damage depending on their missing health. The amount of slashes scales with Bel'Veth's attack speed.

R - Endless Banquet         

  1. Passive: Every second attack against the same target would deal additional True Damage, stacking infinitely. Takedowns against Epic Monsters and Champions leave behind a piece of Void Coral. On the other hand, Epic Monsters from the Void like Rift Herald and Baron Nashor drop Coral
  2. Active: Her Active causes her to consume a piece of Void Coral and explode, slowing and dealing True Damage to nearby enemies based on their missing health. Upon consuming Void Coral, Bel’Veth temporarily changes into her True Form. Consuming Void Coral left by Rift Herald and Baron Nashor grants Bel'Veth her true form for an extended duration and causes minions slain minions to be reborn as faithful Voidlings. Voidlings are small minions that march down the same lane in which they were spawned, in an effort to serve their Empress, Bel'Veth.
  3. True Form: When the Royal Empress unleashes her True Form, she gains increased max health, out-of-combat move speed, total attack speed, and attack range. While in her True Form, she gains the ability to dash through walls when combined with her Q - Void Surge.

When does Bel'Veth release in League of Legends?

First revealed in League's September 2021 roadmap, the 'omnipotent threat' was also teased in the Season 12 Cinematic.

After countless teasers and fan speculation, League's upcoming void jungler would finally be available on live servers with Patch 12.11, slated for a June 9 release.

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