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Riot Games outlined several balance changes today that are coming to League of Legends’ ARAM game mode in Patch 11.

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Several champions will be receiving buffs in ARAM in Patch 11.13, with notable increases in power coming to bursty assassins such as Gwen and Akali, as well as tanky frontliners like Udyr, Rammus, and Rek’Sai.

Akali, in particular, is seeing a boost to her throughput. She’ll deal an additional five percent damage in ARAM in Patch 11.13, in addition to a five percent damage reduction. Gwen is set to deal an extra five percent damage in ARAM too, while also taking five percent more damage in the upcoming patch. 

As far as the ARAM nerfs go, Camille, Trundle, Zyra, and the newly-reworked Dr. Mundo will all see their damage decreased and damage taken increased in Patch 11.13. Warmog’s Armor will also receive a substantial ARAM nerf in Patch 11.13. The cooldown of its effect against champions will be increased from six to eight seconds in the new patch.

Patch 11.13 will hit the live servers on June 23, according to the official League patch schedule.

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Antifa, Proud Boys Clash In Riot At Park Outside Portland

Members of Antifa and the Proud Boys clashed in a riot outside of Portland on Friday. 

The incident began with a flag wave event, attended by local community members and individuals associated with the Proud Boys, according to KOIN 6 News. After the arrival of Antifa, this flag wave quickly devolved into violence between the two groups. 

Breaking: A brawl has broken out between antifa and right-wing protesters at a park near Portland in Oregon City. The antifa called for comrades to go fight the flag waving rally attendees. Police declared a riot. pic.twitter.com/gOg7wUq7MN

— Andy Ngô (@MrAndyNgo) June 18, 2021

Attendees were gathering for the flag wave when confronted by left wing protestors, according to KOIN 6 News. After the two groups met, members of Antifa proceeded to burn an American flag.

This flag burning propelled the Proud Boys and Antifa into a violent conflict. Participants in the battle utilized pepper gas, batons, flagpoles, and makeshift shields, according to KOIN 6.

Participants attend a weekly flag wave in Oregon City.

The brawl was halted upon the arrival of state and local law enforcement, according to the Portland Tribune. (RELATED: Entire Portland Police Rapid Response Team Resigns)

Organizers of the flag wave had reserved Clackamette Park in Oregon City for their event, according to KOIN 6. This group had been gathering regularly alongside the highway and in the park, despite threats from Antifa. 

After the clash was dispersed, members of the flag wave moved along the highway, where they continued with their event. 

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