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LoL Players React to Aurelion Sol Rework: Is the Celestial Dragons Makeover a Complete Failure?

Simply put, Aurelio Sol still wants to wave clear as soon as possible and after that head to either the bot or the top side of the map to bank the overextended opponent.

the celestial dragon that is as old as time itself has, after four years of not tasting a single buff, gotten a makeover from Riot Games. Aurelio Sols remodel went live the other day, and League of Legends players have a lot to state about the modifications.

Some might disagree, others still call it a success as the rework significantly increased the champions play rate stats with his choice rate jumping from 0.5 percent to nearly 20 percent in Spot 13.3, according to League statistics website U.GG.


He fundamentally suffers from the very same play pattern that made him problematic, except his set is now packed with unlimited scaling and high AP scaling, and he has access to items that make him tanker than previous versions, one player said.

Other players believe the champ is not a failure at all, but simply overturned, making it near impossible to lose a team fight if you have Aurelio Sol in your corner because of his strong scaling numbers and incredibly easy-to-hit spells that have a big hatbox.

League gamers have currently shared their viewpoints on Leagues Subreddit that Aurelio Sols remodel might be a complete failure. In a post, gamers described how the champions play style has actually basically stayed the same today has unlimited scaling and access to products that make him tanker– specifically Crown of the Shattered Queen.

It’s still difficult to evaluate the total state of Aurelio Sol considering that its only been a single day since the release of the rework, but the champion does appear to be overturned and in line for a hotfix nerf or more.