With Valentine’s season around the corner, we couldn’t help but pay our tribute to League of Legend’s theme skin for the month of February: the Sweetheart and the Heartseeker skins. With the additions of two new skins including Heartseeker Lucian and Heartseeker Quinn, we decided to round up all of them for you to decide which one is the best. Let’s check them out:
Sweetheart Annie was released in February 2015 and is available for 750 RP. Her looks are notably inspired by the young Shirley Temple, while Tibbers resembles Love-a-Lot Bear from the CareBears specialty celebration collection. Tibbers doesn’t appear to be menacing in this skin.
Aside from Annie, Sona shares the Sweetheart skin theme. Her skin was released last February 2016 along with Heartseeker Orianna. According to a trivia, the background of her skin splash art might actually be inspired by the interior of the Palace of Versailles in France.
Inspired by the Red Queen, Heartseeker Ashe was a skin released for 2014’s Valentines. Its background resembles the maze seen in the 1951 Alice in Wonderland movie. In its splash art background, a charmed Tryndamere is seen bowing to his queen.
Released for 2017 Valentine’s Day, Heartseeker Lucian will hit the store along with Heartseeker Quinn. Like the other champions, his costume is designed with red and purple undertones. His guns showcase a heart shaped muzzle, shiny silver body, and a heart-shaped cylinder release.
Heartseeker Orianna is the only one in the Heartseeker theme that is not a Marksman. She was released to celebrate Valentine’s last 2016. Her design and The Ball are shown as cake toppings for her Classic self as seen in her splash art.
Heartseeker Quinn is the latest Valentines skin to hit the League of Legends store along with Heartseeker Lucian. Her design follows the color theme of the Heartseeker skins which includes purple, red, and pink. Her pet Valor is now seen as a Love Bird holding a red rose in her skin splash art.
Heartseeker Varus became one of the most popular skins in League due to its notable reference to Cupid, the Roman god of love, attraction, and desire. The skin was released in 2015 and was a design proposed by SuperKusoKao from Deviantart.
Heartseeker Vayne was one of the first Valentine-themed skin released by Riot as it was introduced in February 2012. In its splash art, Dr. Mundo was shown in the background with a bouquet of roses, while Vayne is reading a macaroni card made by him. In the Chinese artwork, on the other hand, it was Twisted Fate Jack of Hearts she was with.
The Heartseeker and Sweetheart skins are now available. All you need to do is to load up Garena shells on your account and exchange them to Riot Points to buy these skins. League of Legends is a popular MOBA game for gaming PCs and laptops and is developed by Riot.