As we all know, in the last patch 12.4, a new Support champion named Renata Glasc was officially released and is considered a very strong champion. Perhaps the Fortress of Zaun will fall into the same situation as Zeri when possessing an extremely high win rate even as a new champion to receive consecutive nerfs afterwards. And in fact, Riot had to release a hot fix a few days ago to reduce the hegemony of this champion.
Renata Glasc was recently nerfed in the hot fix because the champion was too strong
However, perhaps Riot Games couldn’t count on the fact that its new champion possesses the ability to steal an unimaginable target with his ultimate Compound Madness. Specifically, when this champion unleashes his ultimate on an object with a Red buff, it is counted as damage from Renata Glasc. So even if that champion is defeated and changed to another champion, this damage is still counted for the “boss” mentioned above.
Only genius can guess who gets this Dragon and why…
For example, in the video below, Draven and Lee Sin (with Red buff) are hit by Renata Glasc’s ultimate. After Draven defeated Lee Sin and obtained the Red buff, the champion turned to attack the Dragon and in theory it should belong to the Blue team. However, because the Red buff is counted as the damage of Renata (Red team), when Draven finishes the Dragon, the game assumes that the “boss” is the one who robbed the target.
Draven hits Renata’s ultimate and kills Red buff Lee Sin
Damage dealt from Red Buff is counted as Renata’s and this champion can steal the target from that damage source
Obviously, this is a serious error and goes against the gameplay of League of Legends because once you own the buff, it belongs to that player. It makes no sense that the buff on this champion should be in the possession of another character, regardless of the effect of any skill. Hopefully Riot Games will soon remove this ridiculous feature when Renata Glasc herself is now a very strong Support champion.