Nashor's Tooth grants a minimum of +27 on-hit magic damage because its passive scales with the 80 ability power obtained from itself, granting +12 extra bonus magic damage along with the 15 base magic damage.
Nashor's Tooth's on-hit damage does not affect structures.
We took a look at Stinger while making the Trinity Force changes above. Its cost efficiency was higher than average for a component item, so we’re bringing it in line with other items around its price point.
COST :[1200 gold]⇒ 1100 gold
ATTACK SPEED :[50%]⇒ 35%
"We also adjusted the combine costs of Stinger’s upgrades to keep their total costs the same. "
v5.13 Cost and ability power increased. Attack speed decreased.
"In addition to pushing a number of items into the 100 AP tier, we're doing the same for the 80 AP tier below. For Nashor's Tooth specifically, while it's always been a great pickup for auto-attacking mages, that attack speed to ability power ratio meant you had to be pretty invested in your on-hit procs to even consider the Tooth. We're hoping this change will make it a little more enticing as a niche pickup for people not… Kayle. "
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