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Lizard Elder

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Lizard Elder
Lizard ElderSquare.png
Bounty
Gold Gain60 (+0.342 per minute)
Experience Gain260 (+2.5 per minute)
Statistics

Health
1,500 (+90 per minute)

Movespeed
330

Attack Dmg
60 (+1.825 per minute)

Attack Spd
0.625

Range
100 (estimate)

Armor
20

Magic Resist
0
Timers
Initial1:55
Respawn5:00

Overview

The Lizard Elder is a neutral monster found on Summoner's Rift. It is described in-game as "a melee monster with large amounts of health. Killing this foe grants a slowing attack that deals damage over time." It spawns along with two Young Lizards.

When killed, the Lizard Elder grants his killer the 'Blessing of the Lizard Elder buff, where every hit deals bonus true damage (3 x Champion Level damage per second, ticks 3 times) and slows enemies (8 / 16 / 24% for melee, 5 / 10 / 15% for ranged). This is the same buff as Grez grants on Twisted Treeline, although Grez is significantly stronger than his counterpart.

Strategy

  • Controlling the Lizard buffs can give your team an advantage in the match. Most jungler will attempt to control not only their own but also the opposing team's buff because it also gives a lot of XP.
  • The Lizard Elder will not respawn if both of the Young Lizards are not killed. This can be used against the enemy when stealing their buffs, as it robs them from potential buffs until they kill the remaining creeps and it respawns.
  • Some junglers may start at the Elder Lizard as opposed to the Ancient Golem. This usually indicates that they may want to do an early gank in an attempt to get a lane a quick lead. Lee SinSquare.png Lee Sin and ShacoSquare.png Shaco are two of the most common junglers to start at Red buff.
  • If a champion with the Crest of the Ancient Golem buff is killed, the buff will transfer to the killer (unless the player died to Minions, Monsters), or is killed by a turret immediately after receiving the buff.
  • In high-level play, the jungler tends to take the buff during the laning phase, but donates it to his team's Attack Damage Carry after the laning phase has ended.

Patch History

v3.15
  • Damage reduced to 60 (from 65)

v3.14

  • Health increased to 1500 from 1400
  • Gold reduced to 60 from 66

v3.10

  • Base experience granted reduced to 260 from 340
  • Base Health reduced to 1400 from 1500

v1.0.0.152

  • Base Health increased to 1,500 from 1,350