The Starchild

Soraka INFO

  • Soraka was released on 21 February 2009 and can be purchased from the Riot Store for 450 IP or 260 RP.
  • Soraka was one of the champions available in the Ionian pool during the Ionia vs. Noxus match. She was one of the selected champions. Soraka was in the previous Ionian versus Noxus match and had apparently performed quite poorly.
  • Soraka was in the previous Ionian versus Noxus match and had apparently performed quite poorly.
  • In the Mac launch video, there is a banana in the weapons cabinet. This is a homage to Soraka's autoattack particle, whose look has often been compared to a banana.
  • Soraka's dance is a reference to a commercial for Chiquita bananas, as seen here.
  • In the U.R.F game mode (available in April 2014), Soraka was deemed overpowered/obnoxious, and was ultimately disabled in non-custom games.

Soraka Skins

Soraka Pros

  • Essential for heal composition team comps.
  • Long sustain in bottom lane, better than most other supports.
  • Can nullify an AP Caster during team fights for 3 seconds with silence.
  • Really fun to play AP Mid and max starfall.
  • Good for grouping up early and siege compositions.

Soraka Cons

  • Very squishy.
  • No built in escape.
  • No built in crowd control.
  • Not aggresive lane, low damage output.

Soraka Counter Tips

  • Always keep in mind that Soraka is able to cure all her allies in an instant. Don't get baited by this!.
  • Soraka is usually really squishy, especially after she uses her burst healing on her allies. If possible, try to target her before she's able to heal anything.
  • While Soraka no longer shreds magic resist with her Q, you still want to avoid getting hit by it as it will give her more health to use on her teammates. Always be aware of where she's aiming.
  • Sometimes, its a smarter move to drop your target and shif focus to Soraka, since she have more ways to save allies than to save herself.


  • Soraka is voiced by Lisa Lindsley, who also voices Kayle.
  • Soraka's name is derived from the Japanese word "sora," which means "sky," a reference to Soraka's celestial nature.
  • Soraka's ability icons have been changed twice, the first time for her visual update and the second time for her gameplay update.




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A healer gifted with the magic of the stars, Soraka holds all living creatures close to her heart. She was once a celestial being, but she sacrificed her immortality and entered the world of mortals. So long as evil threatens life in Valoran, Soraka will not allow herself peace.

Soraka lived for centuries in an enchanted grove. A being of the stars, she healed the wounded and sick that sought her out. One man called Warwick came to her grove and begged her to heal his wife, who lay lifeless in his arms. His despair touched Soraka’s heart. Though it was too late to save his wife, she offered to help heal the pain of his loss. Unwilling to let go of his grief Warwick ran from the grove, but returned over the following days to hear Soraka’s guidance. She began to grow attached to the grieving man. One day Warwick told her he had found the men who killed his wife. He believed revenge would heal his pain – and if he died fighting, he would at least find peace. Though she pleaded with him, Warwick ignored her and left the grove. The voices of the stars warned her not to follow him, but Soraka had to intervene.

She stepped into the mortal world for the first time, and soon found Warwick desperately fighting a group of men. She tried to heal him, but for every wound she closed, the men inflicted two more. Soraka realized that she would have to fight to save her friend. The stars screamed in her mind, telling her not to use her powers for harm. Ignoring their warning, she struck the attackers with a flash of brilliant light. Crying out in terror and shielding their eyes from her divine radiance, they fled. Soraka’s celestial form faded and the stars fell silent – for her transgression, she became mortal. She still felt the power of the stars within her, but they no longer offered her guidance. She took comfort in Warwick’s safety, gently healing his wounds, but the man she had called her friend slipped a dagger between her ribs. As her blood spilled, Soraka realized he had fooled her, and everything he had done was a complicated ruse. Feeling humiliated and betrayed she called once more on the power of the stars, searing his flesh and cursing his cruelty. He retreated with an agonized howl, leaving Soraka to reflect upon her fate. Though her life had changed, she felt empowered and renewed with a singular purpose. No longer bound to the grove, Soraka set out into the mortal world, vowing to heal the wounded and protect the helpless.

“The cruelty of one will not blind me to the suffering of many.”
— Soraka

Soraka Abilities


Soraka runs faster towards nearby low health allies.


A star falls from the sky at the target location dealing magic damage and slowing enemies in the center of effect.

Astral Infusion

Soraka sacrifices a portion of her own Health to heal another friendly unit. Passively heals Soraka when she lands Starcall on an enemy Champion.


Creates a zone at a location that silences all enemies inside. When the zone expires, all enemies still inside are rooted.


Soraka fills her allies with hope, instantly restoring health to herself and all friendly champions.