TFT 14.7 B-Patch: Twin Terror, Bard, and Yone Nerfs Explained

TFT 14.7 B-Patch: Twin Terror, Bard, and Yone Nerfs Explained

5. April 2024 by Valentin Pasetti

Riot Games has rolled out a Teamfight Tactics (TFT) 14.7 B-Patch, addressing various balance changes, bug fixes, and adjustments to key champions and traits. Among the targets of this patch are the Twin Terror Augment, Bard, and Yone, aimed at maintaining balance and diversity in Set 11 Inkborn Fables.

Nerfs to Top Comps


Following the release of Patch 14.7, certain compositions, including Twin Terror Porcelain, surged to prominence, prompting adjustments in the subsequent B-Patch. Notable changes include disabling the Twin Terror Augment and nerfing champions like Yone and Kobuko to address their dominance in the meta.

Disabling Twin Terror Augment

The Twin Terror Augment, integral to the Porcelain Twin Terror comp’s success, has been temporarily disabled to mitigate its overwhelming strength. Riot Games aims to fine-tune balance for future patches while addressing the power level of this augment.


Adjustments to Champions

Yone receives adjustments to his mana and ability shield, aiming to reduce his dominance while maintaining his viability as a carry option. Additionally, Bard sees a buff to his base attack speed, offering players more flexibility when incorporating him into their compositions.

Additional Changes

The B-Patch also includes re-enabling the Everything Must GO Augment, tweaking Lucky Paws ability damage, and rectifying a bug affecting Kog’Maw’s range increase.

TFT Set 11 Yone


With the implementation of the TFT 14.7 B-Patch, Riot Games demonstrates its commitment to balancing the meta and fostering diversity in Set 11 Inkborn Fables. Players can expect these adjustments to impact gameplay dynamics and strategic choices, promoting a more nuanced and engaging TFT experience.