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Miss Fortune
The Bounty Hunter
Real Name:Sarah Fortune
Release Date:September 8, 2010
Cost:3150 BE
790 RP
Health Regen HealthRegen Mini Icon.png :530 (+ 0.65)
Mana Mana Mini Icon.png :325.84 (+ 35)
Mana Regen ManaRegen Mini Icon.png :8.04 (+ 0.65)
Movespeed MovementSpeed Mini Icon.png :325
Attack Damage AttackDamage Mini Icon.png :46 (+ 1)
Attack Speed AttackSpeed Mini Icon.png :0.656 (+ 3.01%)
Range Range Mini Icon.png :550
Armor Armor Mini Icon.png :24.04 (+ 3)
Magic Resist MagicResist Mini Icon.png :30 (+ 0)


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“The bigger the risk, the bigger the bounty.”

Beauty and danger: There are few who can match Miss Fortune in either. One of Bilgewater's most infamous bounty hunters, she built her legend upon a swathe of bullet-riddled corpses and captured ne'er-do-wells. The booming echoes of her twin pistols in the port city's reeking wharfs and scavenger shanties are sure signs of another warrant from the Bounty Board being settled.

Like most who rise to notoriety in the twisting, salt-encrusted labyrinth of Bilgewater, Miss Fortune has no shortage of blood on her hands. Yet, it was not always this way, for she was once known as Sarah, the beloved daughter of a renowned gun-dame who lived peacefully at her isolated island workshop. Young Sarah helped her mother in the forge, filing wheel locks, calibrating trigger pulls, or casting custom pistol shot. Her mother's skill in crafting firearms was legendary, and her bespoke handguns were to be found in the collections of many a wealthy noble. But ofttimes, they were desired by those with more meager means and darker hearts.

One who desired such a weapon was an up-and-coming reaver of Bilgewater called Gangplank. Cocksure and certain of his power, he demanded Sarah's mother fashion a pair of pistols the likes of which no other man possessed. A reluctant deal was struck, and a year later to the day, Gangplank returned for his weapons. He had donned a red scarf face-mask and had no intention of paying for the guns – he was there to take them by force.

The pistols Sarah's mother had crafted were masterpieces, twin hand cannons of pinpoint lethality and exquisite beauty. Too fine for the likes of him, declared Sarah's mother, seeing the brutish pirate that Gangplank had become. Enraged, Gangplank seized the pistols and gunned her down with her own creations before turning them on her husband and Sarah herself. Then, for spite's sake, he set the workshop ablaze and smashed both pistols on the ground, declaring that if they were too good for the likes of him, then no one would have them.

Sarah awoke to agony, straw-colored hair stained red with her mother's blood and bullets lodged on either side of her heart. She crawled from the burning ruins of her home with the broken remains of the two pistols clutched to her bleeding chest. Her body healed, but a part of her mind remained trapped in her mother's burning workshop, and no amount of soap could wash the vivid red from Sarah's hair – or at least, so the story is told. Waking nightmares and night terrors would forever torment her, but Sarah endured them with an all-consuming obsession with vengeance. She rebuilt her mother's pistols and learned all she could of the red-masked reaver during his rise to power, preparing for the day when she would be ready to slay him.

Taking ship to Bilgewater, Sarah killed her first man within minutes of setting foot on the crooked timbers of the quayside, a drunken pirate with a gallon of Myron's Dark in his gut and a bounty on his head. Sarah shot him in his stupor and dragged his corpse to the Bounty Board, before tearing off a dozen more warrants.

Within a week, every one of them was settled, and those criminals who'd had the misfortune to be hunted by Sarah were either dead or in chains. She quickly earned a fearsome reputation in the taverns and gambling dens of Bilgewater, becoming Miss Fortune to inspire fear in those she hunted and to mask her true intent with flamboyant exploits. Gangplank would never see her coming; she would be just another bounty hunter among many in the crowded streets of Bilgewater.

In the years that followed, tales of Miss Fortune spread far and wide, each more fanciful than the last. She captured the Syren from a captain who learned the hard way what it meant to slip a hand where it wasn't wanted, drowned the master of the Silk-Knife Corsairs in a barrel of her own rum, and dragged the insane Doxy-Ripper from his lair in the belly of a half-dismembered leviathan in the slaughter docks.

Gangplank was still too powerful to confront openly, so Miss Fortune spent the years wisely, surrounding herself with a small but loyal cadre of allies and lovers she would eventually use to lay her demons to rest. But just killing Gangplank would never be enough for Miss Fortune. Only his abject humiliation and the burning to ash of all he cared for would satisfy the bloody-haired bounty hunter.

And that day has come at last.

Miss Fortune has risked everything to make her opening move against Gangplank. Plots within plots have seen the Dead Pool blown to flaming wreckage at the quayside and the self-professed King of Bilgewater overthrown. Best of all, everyone in Bilgewater saw him fall.

Now, with Gangplank deposed, every reaver captain and ganglord in the port city is vying to take his position.

The battle for Bilgewater has begun.

Bilgewater's White Wharf had earned its name thanks to the layer of bird waste covering it from end to end, which was only to be expected at a resting place for the dead. Folk here didn't bury corpses; they returned them to the sea. A grave of the sunken dead hung suspended in the cold depths, marked by hundreds of bobbing grave-buoys. Some were merely name posts, while others were elaborate tomb markers carved to resemble rearing krakens or buxom sea wenches.

Miss Fortune sat on an empty crate of Rapture Rum at the end of the wharf, legs crossed and a noxious cheroot dangling from her bottom lip. In one hand, she held a length of breathing tube connected to a half-submerged coffin floating low in the water. In the other, she grasped a length of frayed rope running through a rusted pulley block and tied to the coffin lid. Both her pistols were holstered within easy reach.

Moonlight cast a weak glow through the mist rolling in from the sea, staining the water's scummed surface tobacco yellow. Cawing carrion gulls lined every swaybacked roof on the quayside, which was always a good omen. They knew better than any the signs of fresh pickings.

“About time,” she whispered, as a shaven-headed man in a drake-scale frock coat emerged from the narrow, debris-choked alley. A pack of needle-toothed wharf-rats stalked him, hoping he was drunk and might pass out to become easy meat. The man's name was Jakmunt Zyglos, one of the Painted Brothers. Any corsair worth his salt had tattoos, but every inch of Zyglos was inked with clawed serpents, lovers' names, and a record of every boat he'd sunk, every man he'd murdered. His skin was as good a confession as any she'd known.

He marched purposefully along the wharf, but his eyes darting warily from side to side gave the lie to his confidence. His hand gripped a long cutlass with a shark-toothed edge that hung low on his hip. He too boasted a firearm, a stubby carbine with glassy pipes running the length of its barrel.

“Where is he?” demanded Zyglos. “You said you'd bring him.”

“That a Piltover hex-carbine?” she asked, ignoring his question.

“Answer me, damn you!”

“You first,” said Miss Fortune, letting some rope out through the pulley and allowing the coffin to sink a little more. “After all, I'm not sure how long this breathing tube is, and you wouldn't want your brother to go without air, would you?”

Zyglos took a breath, and she saw the tension go out of him.

“Yes, damn you, it's from Piltover,” he said, drawing the weapon and holding it out by the trigger guard.

“Pricy,” said Miss Fortune.

“I guess you'd know,” he sneered.

She let out even more rope. Bubbles of air escaped the now fully submerged coffin. Zyglos held up his hands, instantly contrite.

“Alright! Alright!” he pleaded. “It's yours. Pull him up. Please.”

“You'll come quietly?”

Zyglos gave a bark of fatalistic laughter.

“What choice do I have?” he asked. “You sank my ships and killed all my men. You've sent my kin to the poorhouse or the gaol, and for what? A stolen hex-gun? A bounty?”

“A little of both and then some?”

“So how much am I worth to you, bitch?”

“Coin? Five hundred silver serpents.”

“All this mayhem for a lousy five hundred serpents?”

“It's not the money that's got you killed. It's the fact that you're one of Gangplank's sworn men,” said Miss Fortune. “ That ' s why I want you dead.”

“Dead? Wait, the warrant says alive!”

“True, but I've never been very good at following instructions,” said Miss Fortune, releasing the rope and the breathing tube. The coffin plunged into the darkness of the sunken dead, trailing a froth of frantic bubbles. Zyglos screamed his brother's name and ran at her, drawing his serrated sword. She let him get within spitting distance before drawing her pistols and blasting him with both barrels, one through the eye, one in the heart.

Miss Fortune spat her cheroot into the sea and blew the smoke from each muzzle.

“Self defense,” she said with a smile, rehearsing her lie for the bounty pursers. “Crazy fool came at me with that fang-sword of his. I didn't have a choice.”

Miss Fortune bent to retrieve the fallen hex-carbine. She turned the weapon over in her hands. Too light for her tastes, but artfully made and absurdly lethal. The ghost of a smile twitched the corner of her mouth as she thought back to the warmth of the old workshop, the smell of gun oil, and the touch of her mother's hand on her shoulder. Miss Fortune sighed and shook off the memory before it turned sour. She threw the pistol out over the water, sending it down to the dead. The sea demanded its due, after all, and she'd not lied; the weapon was worth a small fortune.

She stood and strolled back into Bilgewater. She knew she ought to throw Zyglos's corpse into the water too, but the wharf-rats and the carrion gulls had to eat, didn't they?

And fresh meat was a rare delicacy on the White Wharf.

For those who brave the harsh seas of Runeterra, attaining one's own ship and crew is the pinnacle of success. Sarah Fortune, a well-respected (some would say legendary) bounty hunter from Bilgewater, was able to achieve this feat just after her sixteenth birthday, etching out her name as the go-to gal for resolving special troubles. No bounty was too difficult or too dangerous for her feminine charm and her renowned use of her twin pistols, Shock and Awe. Her success gave her the means to legitimately purchase her own ship... with a little flirtatious haggling, of course. Things weren't always so fortunate for Miss Fortune, though. When she was young, trade ships began to dot the horizon of her quiet home in the northern shores of Blue Flame Island's largest chunk. Trade routes brought piracy, and the inhabitants soon found themselves caught in a frenzy of pillage.

One day, young Sarah returned home to hear gunshots and screaming. Her front door was smashed open; inside, she saw her mother lying in a pool of blood. A sudden blow to her head made her collapse next to her slain mother. The last thing she could remember were her attacker's red eyes, as his face was blocked by a rogue's bandana. Miss Fortune has a strong distrust for pirates and she finds herself constantly bickering with the infamous Gangplank (the only captain to resist her charms) over the direction of Bilgewater politics. Her two goals: to unite the people of Bilgewater, making them into a strong and independent society, and to find the pirate who killed her mother. To that end, she has entered the League of Legends as a champion, trading her skills for the wealth and influence that will help her accomplish both.

More men have voluntarily surrendered to the care of Miss Fortune than any other bounty hunter.

- Grinnick Torip, Bilgewater Bonds

Candidate: Miss Fortune

Date: 31 August, 20 CLE


Miss Fortune spills into the Great Hallway with the same tenacity that she spills into her silk blouse, both taxed to contain her. She is cramped inside any structure not bobbing across the salt ocean. Her eyes pan across the recessed ceiling's filigree with disdain, the toil of Valoran's finest artisans a pitiful substitute for the night sky's celestial collage. The disapproving shake of her head would be imperceptible, if not exaggerated by the wag of her ornamented tricorne, the defining accessory of a captain. An avalanche of cherry locks tumbles from the hat, engulfing her shoulders in scarlet waves. Her every feature seduces attention, a weapon as – or perhaps more – potent than the enormous gilded muskets clinging to her hips.

She bounds across the tiles. The impact of every footfall ripples up the curves of her figure; the distraction of her beauty magnified in motion. One can practically see the hearts of those who've beheld her trailing in her wake.

An inscription looms overhead: The truest opponent lies within.

The corner of her lips twitch, almost a smile. With uncanny grace, she plucks a musket from its holster, twirls it once round her finger and brings it to rest with the word "opponent" in its crosshair. Her lips mouth a silent pop, and the firearm is re-holstered. She dawdles no longer.


Hands on her hips, Miss Fortune tapped her foot impatiently in the dark. This was a juvenile tactic. If the League resorted to gimmicks like black smoke for its trials, perhaps she never should have made landfall. Her foot sank mid-thought. She intended to recoil, but a familiar sensation pressed her on all sides.

She didn't hear herself cry, but she watched bubbles carry the sound away. Water? She flailed, her limbs searching for something solid. Yards above, she saw the surface's dancing prism of light. She paddled furiously, but the light remained distant - something was wrong. More bubbles. The skin of her leg crawled, begging attention. Precious air waning, she risked a glance and found the problem. Rooted seaweed clutched her ankle tightly, apparently aware of its catch. She tore at it, but its slimy grip would not relent. Out of time, Sarah Fortune watched the last bubbles drift merrily upward, growing smaller and smaller, until salt stung her lungs. She felt strangely peaceful when her vision faded.

I'm on my way, Mom.

Sarah's sides wrenched in misery. A torrent poured from her mouth. Expecting entrails, she pried her eyes open. She grasped for focus; the escaping deluge lacked the visceral color she'd expected. Blurry vines framing her field of vision coalesced into defeated strands of hair, dangling limply around her face. Her hands dug into the sand. Her mind filled the gaps: she was kneeling on the beach and the puddle in front of her consisted of frothy seawater, as opposed to innards. Her lungs, battling her stomach, forced an inhale before the next heave.

"A sure ugly sight ye be fer a young wench. Thought yeh might be shark bait fer a turn."

A sputter of briny droplets was the best retort Sarah could articulate. Her eyes locked on the source, a garish boy, and she fell backward. His onyx hair and leering grin were unmistakable, but he was too young.


"Ye be a lucky one. I was huntin' fer mermaids. Fancy me letdown when I spied yer kickers."

Her breath found rhythm. "They don't disappoint many."

"They got some shape to be sure, but I seen better."

Sarah stumbled to her feet, wet clothes matted to her body. "There are none better."

The boy chortled. "So what be the reward fer fishin ye from the drink?"


"A fine thanks I'll wager, but no reward I assure ye." He pointed at her head. "How bout ‘at?"

She touched her hair, and her fingers grasped a smooth object. She extracted a pearlescent comb, fashioned from a conch. Mother's comb? She examined it dubiously; an epiphany clawed at the back of her mind. She opened her mouth, but before she could speak, the boy closed the distance and stole a lingering kiss. Her nagging subconscious burst, realization surging forth. This beach, this boy...the day her mother died.

She'd wandered from her house, drenched in her mother's blood. Wading into the surf, she was vaguely aware of the crimson wisps stretching from her garments. She dipped below the surface and screamed, attempting to shock her mind back to rationality. Beneath the waves, her tears either joined or comprised the ocean around her, she couldn't tell.

That day, the boy was waiting on the banks. Under other circumstances, she'd have wondered how long he had been there; she may have even blushed. But she only stared, too exhausted to ponder his presence. His mouth moved, but her ears denied the sound. Then he joined her amongst the waves and kissed her, a confounding loop added to the dizzying course of her emotions.

He pulled away with her mother's comb in hand, cackling. One day he'd make a ruthless pirate. Prize in tow, he sauntered off, jack boots stamping the sand. He turned once, comb held high, and bellowed, "Come an' get it!" He then laughed, disappearing beneath black sails which dotted the distant shoreline.

Strangely inspired, Sarah welled with new found purpose. Once she'd buried her mother, and burned her house to the ground, she would enjoy getting her comb back.

As the memory receded, Miss Fortune jerked away from the boy's embrace.

"Who are you?!"

"Why do you want to join the League, Miss Fortune?" The seadog timbre was gone.


"Why do you want to join the League?"

"I...for power and plunder." She doubted her own words.

"Why do you want to join the League?" Frost bit every syllable.

Crashing waves filled the silence.

"I need to find him."

"How does it feel, exposing your mind?"

Miss Fortune let his inquiry hang in the air. Drowned and drained, questions brimming, she felt somehow revitalized.

"Thank you."

Light filled her view, and the hallway beckoned. The marble doors behind her offered retreat. She laughed at the thought. No matter what, Miss Fortune always gets her man.


PassiveLove Tap
Love Tap.png
(Innate) Miss Fortune deals bonus physical damage whenever she attacks a new target. Deals half damage to minions.
Damage: (+50-100% of total Attack Damage)

QDouble UpBanshee's Veil.png
(Active) Miss Fortune fires a bouncing shot through an enemy, dealing physical damage to the first target and damage to the second. Both apply on-hit effects.

If the first target is killed, the second deals 50% increased damage.

Cost: 43 / 46 / 49 / 52 / 55 Mana
Cooldown: 7 / 6 / 5 / 4 / 3 seconds
First Target Physical Damage: 20 / 35 / 50 / 65 / 80 (+85% of Attack Damage)
(+35% of Ability Power)
Second Target Physical Damage: 40 / 70 / 100 / 130 / 160 (+100% of Attack Damage) (+50% of Ability Power)

WStrutBanshee's Veil Grey.pngQuicksilver Sash.png
(Passive) After 5 seconds of not taking direct damage, Miss Fortune gains 25 Movement Speed. After another 5 seconds, this bonus is increased.

(Active) Fully activates Strut's Movement Speed and grants Attack Speed for 4 seconds.

While Strut is on cooldown, applying Love Tap reduces its remaining cooldown by 2 seconds.

Cost: 30 Mana
Cooldown: 12 seconds
Passive Bonus: 60 / 70 / 80 / 90 / 100
Attack Speed: 40 / 55 / 70 / 85 / 100%

EMake It RainBanshee's Veil Grey.pngCleanseQss.png
Make It Rain.png
(Active) Miss Fortune rains down bullets at a location, dealing magic damage over 2 seconds and slowing enemies hit.
Cost: 80 Mana
Cooldown: 14 / 13 / 12 / 11 / 10 seconds
Total Magic Damage: 80 / 115 / 150 / 185 / 220 (+80% of Ability Power)
Slow: 28 / 36 / 44 / 52 / 60%

Additional Information about the Skill:

  • Cleanse and Quicksilver Sash will remove the lingering slow effect from Make It Rain.

RBullet TimeBanshee's Veil Grey.png
Bullet Time.png
Miss Fortune channels a barrage of bullets for 3 seconds, dealing (+75% of Total Attack Damage) (+20% of Ability Power) physical damage per wave.

Bullet Time can critically strike for 120% damage.

Cost: 100 Mana
Cooldown: 120 / 110 / 100 seconds
Number of Waves: 12 / 14 / 16

Competitive Usage

In Premier Tournaments
Event Bans Picks Wins Losses Win % Picked/Banned in % of Games
Ogn logo.png HOT6iX Champions Spring 2014 0 3 2 1 66.7 3.5
GPL logo small.png 2014 GPL Winter 0 2 0 2 0 2.3
Riot 2019 logo small.png Season 3 World Championship 0 1 0 1 0 1.6
LCS logo small.png EU LCS - Summer Playoffs 2 7 3 4 42.9 47.4
Riot 2019 logo small.png International Wildcard Tournament 0 1 0 1 0 5.9

Patch History


W duration and cooldown up. Love Tap no longer extends W’s duration, but now reduces its cooldown.

Ever since Miss Fortune’s dominating preseason performance, the Bounty Hunter’s business seems to be anything but booming. Her contributions to clustered fights are still worth a pretty silver serpent, but MF’s ability to compete alongside her marksman siblings outside of that best-case scenario is lacking. Retuning Strut for higher potential uptime should bring Miss Fortune’s baseline a little closer to the expectations of her class, without hindering the unique bullet-hell style of teamfighting she’s known for.

25px W - Strut

ATTACK SPEED DURATION : 3 seconds 4 seconds
COOLDOWN : 8 seconds 12 seconds
REMOVED TAP DANCING : Applying Love Tap no longer extends the duration
NEW STRUT YOUR STUFF : Cooldown now begins on-cast instead of when the buff expires
NEW GUNS BLAZING : While Strut is on cooldown, applying Love Tap reduces its remaining cooldown by 2 seconds (scales down with cooldown reduction)

Passive ratio down. E damage down.

The bottom line is this: Miss Fortune's doing too much damage. While most of it is warranted (especially when aided by allies to combo some amazing Bullet Times), Make It Rain's increased range and synergy with Thunderlord's Decree have turned it from an area control spell to just another way to bully her opponents. That said, MF's not far off from where we'd like her laning phase to sit, so we'll be watching her this patch to make sure she hasn't walked the plank entirely.

25px W - Strut

RATIO : 0.6 - 1.0 total attack damage (at levels 1-18) 0.5 - 1.0 total attack damage (at levels 1-18)

Make It Rain.png E - Make It Rain

DAMAGE : 90/145/200/255/310 80/115/150/185/220

Early ranks of W’s attack speed and E’s slow down.

Miss Fortune’s still ruling the laning phase with an iron fist, so we’re taking a crack at draining early power. Specifically targeted at the initial ranks, these changes reduce her raw effectiveness in trades (unless making good use of Love Tap) while adding a level of choice as to which you’d want to max second.

25px W - Strut

ATTACK speed : 60/70/80/90/100% 40/55/70/85/100%

Make It Rain.png E - Make It Rain

SLOW : 40/45/50/55/60% 28/36/44/52/60%

Health down. W's attack speed lowered.

Just a light tuning for Miss Fortune. We feel like her profile of strengths and weaknesses are playing out nicely (great in trades and aoe fights, poor sustained single target damage), but her ability to brute-force trades without much thought was too overbearing for most to compete with.


BASE HEALTH : 578 530

25px W - Strut

ATTACK SPEED : 60/75/90/105/120% 60/70/80/90/100%


Once the 'Queen of Combo', Miss Fortune's taking back her throne faster than she took Bilgewater (and just as forcefully). Armed with new crit scaling on her Bullet Time and a brand new passive, MF's the markswoman to call when you want to spread the love (as long as 'love' means 'lots of face-melting bullets'). Though her shots aren't as impure as they used to be, Miss Fortune's attack speed steroid lasts as long as there are new targets to switch to, letting her juggle her attention between as many bad guys as there are bounties to collect.


BASE MANA : 275.84 325.84

NEWLove Tap.png Passive - Love Tap
Whenever Miss Fortune basic attacks a new target, she deals bonus physical damage.

DAMAGE : 0.6 - 1.0 total attack damage (at levels 1-18)
NO LOVE FOR MINIONS : Deals 50% damage to minions
OR BUILDINGS : Deals 50% damage to turrets

NEW25px W - Strut

REMOVED IMPURE SHOTS : No longer passively deals ramping magic damage per basic attack
ACTIVE COOLDOWN : 12 seconds 8 seconds
COOLDOWN START : On cast On buff expiration
PASSIVE MOVEMENT SPEED : After 5 seconds of not taking direct damage, gain 25 movement speed, ramping up to 70 ⇒ 60/70/80/90/100 after 5 additional seconds
MADE FOR WALKING : When activated, Strut now instantly grants the maximum movement speed value instead of ramping up over time.
ATTACK SPEED DURATION : 6 seconds 3 seconds
ATTACK SPEED : 20/30/40/50/60% 60/75/90/105/120%
GETTING IN THE GROOVE : Love Tapping increases Strut's attack speed duration by 1 second (2 seconds against champions)

Make It Rain.png E - Make It Rain

RANGE : 800 1000

Bullet Time.png R - Bullet Time

DURATION : 2 seconds 3 seconds
REMOVED PURIFIED : No longer applies Impure Shots
DAMAGE PER WAVE : 50/75/125 (+.1/.175/.25 bonus attack damage) (+0.2 ability power) (+0.75 total attack damage) (+0.2 ability power)
NUMBER OF WAVES : 8 12/14/16
BULLET HELL : Bullet Time can now critically strike, dealing 120% damage per wave

R has a scaling bonus AD ratio.

Though the days of Miss Fortune’s dominance have long passed, she’s still a natural pick when looking to combo tons of bullets into an enemy team. We’re looking to push the relevance of Miss Fortune in the team-fighting compositions she’s already good in, rendering the recipients of a well-placed Bullet Time into nothin’ but powder monkeys.

Bullet Time.png R - Bullet Time

NEW RATIO PER WAVE : Now additionally scales with 0.1 / 0.175 / 0.25 bonus attack damage per wave
NEW TOTAL RATIO : 0.8 / 1.4 / 2.0 bonus attack damage


"Miss Fortune's been updated! Head to her update article for a preview of her new visuals and check below for details on her balance updates."
  • General
    • VISUAL UPDATE : Miss Fortune and her skins have received a visual update, including new models and textures (except for Arcade Miss Fortune), new VFX and animations, new spell icons and an updated base splash!
  • 25px Q - Double Up
    • DOUBLED DOWN : Now deals 150% damage if the first shot kills an enemy unit
    • DOESN'T FAVOR FOOLS : Bounce logic is now more predictable; Double Up will attempt to find a target directly behind the first. If no target is found, will go to the closest target in a 60 degree angle.
    • BOUNCE ANGLE : 100 degrees 60 degrees
  • Impure Shots.png W - Impure Shots
    • GROG-SOAKED BULLETS : No longer applies Grievous Wounds
    • SET SAIL : On activation grants Strut's Movespeed bonus
  • Make It Rain.png E - Make It Rain
    • SLOW : 25/35/45/55/65% 40/45/50/55/60%

Strut is no longer broken by non-damaging crowd control effects, like Nasus' Wither, Lulu's Whimsy, or... the aura from Frozen Heart (sorry!).

"Miss Fortune's Strut was always meant to be broken by damage (and the tooltip says this) but, for some time now, Strut also considered non-damaging forms of crowd control to be valid ways to break (like Nasus' Wither, Lulu's Whimsy or... Frozen Heart's aura (sorry!)). We've fixed that. "
  • Strut.jpg Passive - Strut
    • STEP TO Strut is no longer broken by non-damaging effects

More like Mage Fortune amirite?

"We saw a unique opportunity to support Miss Fortune's off-builds without impacting her game health and play patterns. This is a fancy way of saying we added AP ratios to Double Up."

  • 20px Q - Double Up

Miss Fortune now has a meaningful mid to late game where she can deal more damage and scale harder (via Impure Shots and Bullet Time) from her early lane advantages. In exchange, MF's lost some of her lane bully power (reduced Double Up damage and lower early damage from Impure Shots).

"In the past, Miss Fortune's been seen as the go-to markswoman with a strong early game presence who transitions to high AoE power. As the landscape of League has changed, however, she's been left in the dust for both strengths, so we wanted to give her something of her own to get excited about. So while we did need to tune down some of MF's early game bullying, we did so to further highlight the shock and awe factor of Bullet Time and Impure Shots."

  • Strut.jpg Passive - Strut
    • "NEW" UTILITY: Bonus movement speed now displayed on buff icon
  • 20px Q - Double Up
    • COOLDOWN: 9/8/7/6/5 ⇒ 7/6/5/4/3
    • MANA COST: 70/75/80/85/90 ⇒ 43/46/49/52/55
    • 1ST TARGET BASE DAMAGE: 25/60/95/130/165 ⇒ 20/35/50/65/80
    • 2ND TARGET BASE DAMAGE: 30/72/114/156/198 ⇒ 40/70/100/130/160
  • ImpureShots.jpg W - Impure Shots
    • MANA COST: 50 at all ranks ⇒ 30/35/40/45/50
    • BONUS DAMAGE PER STACK: 4/6/8/10/12 (+0.05 ability power) ⇒ 0.06 attack damage
    • ATTACK SPEED BUFF: +30/35/40/45/50% attack speed ⇒ +20/30/40/50/60% attack speed
    • GRIEVOUS WOUNDS DURATION: 3 seconds ⇒ 2 seconds
  • MakeItRain.jpg E - Make It Rain
    • COOLDOWN: 15 at all ranks ⇒ 14/13/12/11/10
    • MOVEMENT SPEED SLOW: 20/28/36/44/52% ⇒ 25/35/45/55/65%
    • VISION: More closely matches the area of effect
  • BulletTime.jpg R - Bullet Time
    • "NEW" UTILITY: Passively increases the stack cap of Impure Shots to 6/7/8
    • BASE DAMAGE: 65/95/125 per bullet ⇒ 50/75/125 per bullet
    • TOTAL BASE DAMAGE: 520/760/1000 ⇒ 400/600/1000
    • "NEW" UTILITY: Each bullet applies a stack and procs the damage of Impure Shots (but does not apply Grievous Wounds)

Miss Fortune excels at trading in lanes, but her Impure Shots were building too quickly and dealing too much burst damage with the use of Double Up. With this change, Miss Fortune loses some of her burst potential, but will do around the same damage in extended trades.

  • Impure Shots
    • Passive
      • Max stacks increased to 5 from 4
      • Damage per stack reduced to 4 / 6 / 8 / 10 / 12 from 6 / 8 / 10 / 12 / 14


  • Bullet Time
    • Bonus attack damage ratio reduced to 0.35 from 0.45
    • Targeting cone is now attached to  Miss Fortune


  • Base Movement Speed increased by 25.

September 18th - World Championship Hotfix

  • Strut
    • Out-of-combat activation time reduced to 5 seconds from 7
    • Ramp-up time to reach max speed reduced to 5 seconds from 13
  • Bullet Time
    • Windup time significantly reduced
    • Mana cost reduced to 100 from 150


  • Double Up range increased to better match her attack damage
  • Make It Rain
    • Slow increased to 20 / 28 / 36 / 44 / 52% from 20 / 25 / 30 / 35 / 40%
    • Mana cost reduced to 80 at all levels from 80 / 85 / 90 / 95 / 100


  • Bullet Time now deals physical damage
  • Double Up secondary target damage increased to 120% from 115%


  • Fixed a bug where effects like Guardian Angel broke Strut until she died and respawned


  • Strut now shows a cooldown timer


  • Bullet Time base damage increased to 65 / 95 / 125 from 60 / 85 / 110


  • Bullet Time attack damage ratio increased to 0.45 from 0.4


  • Bullet Time now scales with attack damage and ability power


  • Damage that is absorbed by a shield now properly removes Strut


  • Impure Shots healing reduction debuff duration reduced to 3 seconds from 8


  • Fixed a bug where Strut sometimes wouldn't show a particle while active
  • Fixed a bug with Bullet Time where it would occasionally scale off of ability power instead of attack damage even though attack damage provided slightly more overall damage


  • Fixed audio timing of Make it Rain and fixed a bug that caused the audio not to play at certain distances


  • Base movement speed reduced to 300 from 310
  • Double Up base damage reduced to 25 / 60 / 95 / 130 / 165 from 35 / 70 / 105 / 140 / 175


  • Standard attack missile speed reduced to 2,000 from 2,250
  • Bullet Time
    • Fixed a bug where the bullets sometimes dealt too much damage
    • Fixed a bug where the tooltip was calculating bonus damage form attack damage incorrectly (at 45% instead of 40%)
    • Lowered cone width by about 25%
  • Fixed a bug with Strut where the bonus movement speed could go slightly about 70
  • Make it Rain base damage reduced to 90 / 145 / 200 / 255 / 310 from 95 / 155 / 215 / 275 / 335


  • Ricochet Shot damage dealt to the secondary target reduced to 115% from 120%
  • Make It Rain slow duration reduced to 1 second from 1.5 seconds


  • Bullet Time
    • Range reduced to 1,400 from 1,500
    • Scaling reduced to 40% of damage per shot from 45%
  • Strut maximum movement speed bonus reduced to 70 from 80
  • Double Up bounce range reduced to 500 from 575

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