Riot has introduced a new Support Mythic “Imperial Mandate” to enable ally aggression

Ali Ahmed Akib
By Ali Ahmed Akib
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Imperial Mandate a new Mythic item is set to join Shurelya’s Battlesong, Locket of the Iron Solari, and Moonstone Renewer as Support Mythic.

For the upcoming season 11 preseason, Riot announced that they are bringing in new item updates, new item class, and item system overhaul. In the meantime, they have already announced 22 new Mythic items for different roles. Additionally, Riot has also revealed all the new and removed Legendary items for the 2021 preseason as well.

And now, League of Legends’ lead gameplay designer Mark “Scruffy” Yetter has introduced a new Mythic item Imperial Mandate for Supports.

“Adding a new enchanter mythic for enabling ally aggression (theme is WIP),” Riot Scruffy on the new Support Mythic.

Imperial Mandate

Imperial Mandate
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Price: 2700 gold

  • +40 Ability Power
  • +200 Health
  • +25 Ability Haste
  • +100% Base Mana Regen

Coordinated Fire: Abilities that Slow or Immobilize a champion deals bonus magic damage and mark them for 4 seconds. Ally champion damage detonates the mark, dealing bonus magic damage and grant movement speed for 2s.

Mythic Passive: Grants all other legendary items +15 Ability Power.

Imperial Mandate will be a great item for champions like Leona, Nautilus, Rakan, and others who have heavy CC and that extra bonus magic damage will definitely come in handy in the team fights. Because of the 100% base mana regen, mage supports will be able to utilize it properly as well.

In addition to the Imperial Mandate, Riot is also bringing in stat adjustment on Moonstone Renewer for enchanters. However, Locket and Shurelya are mostly unchanged, and they are now usable by both tank and enchanter supports.

All the new changes and the Support Mythic Imperial Mandate is currently on the PBE for testing.

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