Patch 12 [UPD]
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After we've only received minor buffs and nerfs for champions over the first preseason patches, Riot decided it's now time to ramp it up again! So let's go lver all the balance changes this League of Legends patch.
Riot is focusing on champion balance with this patch. This doesn't mean that they won't act on items over- or underperforming in the current meta. Sunfire Aegis will be buffed after being subject to a rework during the Preseason item changes.
On the other hand, Ravenous Hydra will be nerfed. It's safe to say that this item has been one of the highlights during the first Preseason patch, but it's time to tone it down a little. We'll see if Riot will be able to successfully balance this item.
Tahm Kench will also be receiving some updates this coming patch. It seems like Riot isn't sure how to balance this champion ever since his mini rework. He's just been a bit underwhelming, but the catfish could make his comeback to the scene. Will these proposed changes help him?
ARAM is getting huge changes in the coming patch. The map will change completely, with more brushes added, as well as hexgates now also being part of the map. You can now use these hexgates to move to the outermost turret of your team. So, if your outermost turret falls you can then hexgate to your second tower.
ARAM death timers are also getting some updates in the coming patch. Seriously guys, there is so much happening right now! The death timers will be longer, but with the added Hexgates you'll be with your team way faster than before, so these changes shouldn't impact your ARAM games too much.
As the League of Legends patch has gone live, Riot implemented a few hotfix patches to champions. Almost 20 champions will be getting buffed and nerfed in ARAM. For a full list of champions, make sure to check out our dedicated article for these ARAM hotfix adjustments:
These are some of the biggest changes heading into LoL Patch 12.23. If there are any other updates to the patch, we will be sure to update you guys, so you know what could go live just before Christmas. You want to make it through the holidays, right?
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A bundle patch is an official Oracle patch for Oracle Access Management components on baseline platforms. In a bundle patch release string, the fifth digit indicated the bundle patch number. Effective November 2015, the version numbering format has changed. The new format replaces the numeric fifth digit of the bundle version with a release date in the form "YYMMDD" where:
Each bundle patch includes the libraries and files that have been rebuilt to implement one or more fixes. All of the fixes in the bundle patch have been tested and are certified to work with one another.
Each bundle patch is cumulative: the latest bundle patch includes all fixes in earlier bundle patches for the same release and platform. Fixes delivered in bundle patches are rolled into the next release.
A bundle patch is an official Oracle patch mechanism for Access Manager components on baseline platforms. Each bundle patch includes the libraries and files that have been rebuilt to implement one or more fixes.
Each patch set provides the libraries and files that have been rebuilt to implement bug fixes (and new functions, if any). However, a patch set might not be a complete software distribution and might not include packages for every component on every platform.
This section introduces the Oracle patch mechanism (Opatch) and requirements that must be met before applying the bundle patch. Opatch is a Java-based utility that runs on all supported operating systems and requires installation of the Oracle Universal Installer.
Perform steps in the following procedure to prepare your environment and download the bundle patch. Due to formatting constraints in this document, some sample text lines wrap around. These line wraps should be ignored.
Unless explicitly identified as relevant to only a specific condition, all steps apply to all Opatch environments. Steps that relate to only a specific condition are identified with a bold condition.
This section describes how to install WebGate bundle patches on any platform using Oracle patch (Opatch). While individual command syntax might differ depending on your platform, the overall procedure is the same for all platforms.
The files in each bundle patch are installed into the destination ORACLE_HOME. This enables you to remove (roll back) the bundle patch even if you have deleted the original bundle patch files from the temporary directory you created.
Conflicts with subset patch already applied to the ORACLE_HOME. In this case, continue installation because the new patch contains all the fixes from the existing patch in the ORACLE_HOME. The subset patch is automatically rolled back before installation of the new patch begins.
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