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League of Legends September 14th Update, Briar Gets Tuned and Bard’s Bugs Squashed

The world of Summoner’s Rift has witnessed a fresh update on September 14, 2023. Riot Games, always keen on maintaining the balance of power among champions, has introduced some adjustments to the winner Briar and fixed a pesky bug affecting Bard.

Briar, a champion known for his resilience and durability in battles, has seen some impressive tweaks this update. With an increase in base health from 590 to 610, Briar is undoubtedly going to be even more of a menace in the lane. This change is subtle yet impactful, ensuring Briar can sustain more in those skirmishes and trades.

Bard, the wandering caretaker of the Rift, encountered a frustrating bug where his W ability, the Caretaker’s Shrine, would get canceled if cast out of range. This error resulted in a charge being consumed without actually placing a shrine. It’s an inconvenience, especially in tight situations where Bard’s allies rely on the healing from these shrines. With this update, the bug has been fixed, ensuring that Bard mains can place their shrines with confidence once again.

For the complete patch notes, check below.

League of Legends September 14 Patch Notes

9/14/2023 Briar Adjustments and Bard Bugfix


  • Base Health: 590 ⇒ 610
  • E Damage Reduction: 35% ⇒ 40%
  • E Cooldown: 18 seconds ⇒ 16 seconds
  • Ability Leveling Recommendations: Updated to the correct ability leveling order.

Bard Bugfix

  • Shrine Shenanigans: Fixed a bug where W – Caretaker’s Shrine was cancelable when cast out of range, causing it to consume a charge without actually placing a shrine.
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