League of Legends’ upcoming new void jungler, Bel’Veth, has been revealed.
Riot already introduced Zeri and Renata Glasc in season 12 of League of Legends. Zeri is an electrifying ADC with a unique kit, and Renata Glasc is a support who quickly became one of the best supports in the League after her release. These two champions are very well designed and don’t feel obnoxious to play against.
After an ADC and a Support, it’s time for a jungle champion. The Void Empress, Bel’Veth, will be a skirmisher in the jungle. There have been many speculations about Bel’Veth as it has been over five years since a proper void champion was released. Fans have already got a first glance of the champion through various leaks.
Now, Riot has officially unveiled Bel’Veth, League’s new void jungler for 2022.
Here’s everything you need to know about League of Legends’ 160th champion Bel’Veth.
Passive – Death in Lavender
After using an ability, Bel’Veth’s next 2 attacks have increased attack speed. Additionally, whenever Bel’veth takes down a large monster or champion she gains permanent bonus Attack speed in the form of Lavender stacks. Bel’Veth attacks faster than normal and does not have an attack speed cap, however, her attacks and on-hit effects deal reduced damage and she does not gain attack speed on level up.
Q – Void Surge
Bel’Veth dashes in one of four directions, dealing damage to all enemies she passes through and applying on-hit effects. Each direction has its own unique cooldown that scales with attack speed.
W – Above and Below
Bel’Veth slams her tail down, dealing damage, knocking up, and slowing enemies hit. Upon hitting an enemy champion, this ability reduces Q – Void Surge’s dash cooldown in the direction of the champion hit.
E – Royal Maelstrom
Bel’Veth channels a storm of slashes around her, gaining damage reduction and increased life steal. Each slash strikes the lowest health enemy within her Maelstrom, dealing more damage the more health they are missing. The amount of slashes scales with her attack speed.
R – Endless Banquet
Passive: Every second attack against the same target deals additional True Damage, stacking infinitely. Takedowns against Epic Monsters and Champions leave behind a piece of Void Coral. Epic Monsters from the Void like Rift Herald and Baron Nashor drop special, voidier Void Coral.
Active: Bel’veth consumes a piece of Void Coral and explodes, 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 Epic Monsters from the Void (Rift Herald and Baron Nashor) grants Bel’Veth her true form for an extended duration and causes minions that die in her presence to be reborn as faithful Voidlings. Voidlings are small minions that will serve Bel’Veth by marching down the lane in which they were spawned.
True Form: When Bel’Veth unleashes her True Form, she gains increased max health, out-of-combat move speed, attack range, and total attack speed. While in her True Form, she also gains the ability to dash through walls with Q – Void Surge.
Bel’Veth Release Date
Bel’Veth was scheduled to be already released on the live servers. But she got delayed for some reason. However, considering Riot shared her gameplay footage and a trailer, the void empress should be hitting the Rift on League of Legends patch 12.11 on Thursday, June 9, 2022.
“Though Bel’Veth is new to Runeterra, her birth is untold millennia in the making—the end result of an allergic reaction between the Void and a nascent reality. The once-pristine dimension of peaceful nothingness was irrevocably shattered when existence came into being, and forcefully individualized Void entities lashed out for eons in an attempt to defend themselves from the shock and pain. Erasing everything they consumed, they were named by virtue of what they left behind—a void. But the beings within were changed each time they touched the world, mutating from their once-perfect forms into hedonistic, violent animals.”
Check out the full Biography from here.