Below we explain what Buffs and effects your team will receive from killing the Rift Herald, Baron Nasher, Ocean Drake, Infernal Drake, Mountain Drake, Cloud Drake, and even the Elder Drake in Wild Rift. These Epic Monster objective Buffs will work slightly differently than the regular PC versions of the game.
What do dragons do in Wild Rift?
There is 5 Dragons total in Wild Rift; early in the game 4 (Ocean, Infernal, Mountain, Cloud), Dragons each have a random chance to spawn. After players have slain at least 4 Dragons, the game will begin to spawn Elemental Elder Dragons, which grants even stronger buffs.
- First Dragon Spawns at 4:00
- Non-Epic Monsters (Regular Jungle Camps) Spawn at 0:20
|Grants 6% of maximum health as a shield after 5 seconds of not taking damage.|
|Grants 7.5% bonus movement speed, doubled to 15% when out-of-combat.|
|Grants 8% Physical Vamp and Magical Vamp.|
|Grants 8% increased damage.|
|Grants 9% of maximum health as a shield after 5 seconds of not taking damage.|
|Grants 11.25% bonus movement speed, doubled to 22.5% when out-of-combat.|
|Grants 12% Physical Vamp and Magical Vamp.|
|Grants 12% increased damage.|
Elder Bonus Buff
|Attacks burn enemies dealing true damage.|
What does Baron Nasher and Rift Herald do in Wild Rift?
The Rift Herald and Baron Nasher are used to speed up the game, and when using the Rift Herald, players can destroy enemy tower early in the game. Baron Nasher Buff allows players to push into the enemy base and destroy the enemy nexus with powered up lane minions.
- Rift Herald Spawns at 6:00 (Can only be slain ONCE)
- Baron Nasher Spawns at 10:00
|After slaying the Baron Nasher, all alive ally champions will receive the Hand Baron Buff which will empower ally lane minions. They will also receive Empowered Recall Buff.|
|The Rift Herald will drop an Eye of the Herald buff, which can be picked up and used to summon the Rift Herald to ram enemy Tower within Range.|