10 of the Most Expensive Skins in League of Legends

Most expensive Skins in League of Legends Played in Gaming Laptop

If you’re an avid player of League of Legends then you basically know that similar to DotA 2, players can acquire skins or costumes to make their champions look cooler or way more heroic than their original look. But aside from this, some skins also changed the graphics of the champions’ skills that makes each gameplay way more exciting even when you’re playing in a gaming laptop.

Skins come in a variety; some can only be acquired for a limited time and are considered to be rare. While there are skins that are considered as legendary and ultimate and they can also be expensive. We

Spirit Guard Udyr

Type: Ultimate
3250 RP

Udyr, the Spirit Walker, couldn’t look way cooler with his Spirit Guard skin which features his four model evolutions, one for each stance. This ultimate skin also features all-new spell effects and animations, and has kill effects.

Pulsefire Ezreal

Type: Ultimate
3250 RP

Pulsefire Ezreal is the Prodigal Explorer’s ultimate skin which gives him a futuristic Iron Man look complete with his laser beam. It has new spell effects and animations, and has four stage evolving model. Pulsefire Ezreal also has a different voice and AI voices. It also has a custom effect on killing blows. Buying this ultimate skin also comes with a free summoner icon and profile banner.

DJ Sona

Type: Ultimate
3250 RP

As a support main, I couldn’t help but drool upon the release of this ultimate skin last year. The skin features Sona, the Maven of Strings, in futuristic tight-fitting clothes that comes with a DJ headgear quite similar to Daft Punk. The skin comes with a trio of music styles, which the player can change time to time, changing Sona’s color themes as well. It also has show-stopping moves, light-show effects and a feature that allows music-sharing with teammates.

Final Boss Veigar

Type: Legendary
1820 RP

Upon the release of their Arcade-Theme skins, Final Boss Veigar was the legendary skin that was offered to the players. The Tiny Master of Evil all of a sudden transformed into this cute arcade villain that drops pixelated dark magic all over the Summoner’s Rift. We just couldn’t help not buy it for it’s cuteness.

Forecast Janna

Type: Legendary
1820 RP

Forecast Janna is another legendary skin shows us what Janna, the Storm’s Fury, looks like as a reporter. She also have an RGN News tag on her neck to start with. In this skin, Urf can be seen floating in Janna’s first skill, the Howling Gale. And Zephyr shows up as a smiling cloud instead of the usual flapping bird. You can even hear the popular breaking news tune when she casts her third skill, Eye Of The Storm.

Aether Wing Kayle

Type: Legendary
1820 RP

Aether Wing Kayle is actually a legendary skin that was based on an alternate fantasy where Kayle loss her wings for some unknown reason. Upon discovering the secrets of the ancient craftsmen that once inhabited her planet, Kayle forged a new pair of transcendent ailerons and once again saved his people, putting an end to the ancient war.

Bloodlord Vladimir

Type: Legendary
1820 RP

Bloodlord Vladimir is the second non-comical legendary skin to be released by LoL after Trydamere’s Demonblade skin. It shows Vladimir, the Crimson Reaper, in all his blood demon glory complete with the cape made of blood. And you’d probably prefer this skin out of all the other Vladimir skin offered in the market.

Infernal Nasus

Type: Legendary
1820 RP

Infernal Nasus provides us with a scarier and demonic version of Nasus, the Curator of the Sands. His ultimate form in this skin resembles those of Cerberus, the three-headed dog from Greek mythology that guarded and protects the gates of the Underworld. But the best thing about this skin is his dance which shows a direct reference to Snoop Dogg’s “Drop it like it’s hot”.

Super Galaxy Rumble

Type: Legendary
1820 RP

Super Galaxy Rumble provides us with a super-hero look at one of our favorite yordles. Instead of riding in his mechanize machine, he is now riding a futuristic and more advice robot. Oh, and did I mention, his suit also comes with a superhero headgear and a cape?

Demonblade Tryndamere

Type: Legendary
1820 RP

Demonblade Tryndamere is said to be a reference of Nightmare from the Soul Calibur series. According to some, it might also be a reference to Haru Glory’s sword from the Rave Master. One of Haru’s sword claims the wielder’s soul in exchange for inhuman strength, fusing with his arm during the process. It is also the first non-comical legendary skin that was released in the market.

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