Sep 202012
 
Syndra, the Dark Sovereign
Syndra, the Dark Sovereign

Syndra, the Dark Sovereign has a distinctive look for a mage: she conveys power and seduction with her ornamented helmet and revealing dress. Her skins don’t forget the base and usually offer different takes on the same design. Just like with most things, there’s more than meets the eye so read on and discover what lies behind her uncontrollable power.

Justicar Syndra
Justicar Syndra Splash Art Justicar Syndra Model
Category: Regular
Price: 975 RP
Concept: Syndra wearing a golden armour and wielding light spheres.
Model: New model for Syndra and new Dark Spheres.
Particles: New light particles for her spheres and auto-attacks as well as her abilities with and without the Transcendent bonus and death.
Animations: No new animations.
Sounds: New light sounds for her abilities.
Splash Art: The splash art of Justicar Syndra is magnificent because it not only makes the new look attractive but it also nicely frames the action. The background displays a city or fortress being levelled behind Syndra. She darts through the air surrounded by her spheres allowing for a clear look at her astounding golden armour and helmet. The light spheres with the Ionian logo inside are a nice touch while the feathers around Syndra’s waist are unusual but acceptable. On the whole, the piece is impressive in every aspect providing an impactful portrayal of Justicar Syndra; one of League of Legends best pieces.
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Conclusion: Justicar Syndra appears to oppose Classic Syndra’s attractive aesthetic but it also reinforces the theme of ultimate power, with a twist. The golden armour and light spheres communicate an alternative vision of Syndra. Justicar Syndra could be considered as Syndra accepting her training and following another path through her Ionian life. This version of Syndra displays the Ionian logo inside her spheres, protects her body with exquisite armour and feels more detached as well as less emotional. As much a divergence in her path, Justicar Syndra also is a distilled way of showing her absolute power from a different angle. Actually, Justicar Syndra doesn’t oppose Classic Syndra, instead the skin complements her original look and together they provide a whole view of what is and what could be of the Dark Sovereign.

Atlantean Syndra
Atlantean Syndra Splash Art Atlantean Syndra Model
Category: Regular
Price: 975 RP
Concept: Syndra as an oceanic sorceress.
Model: New model for Syndra and new Dark Spheres.
Particles: New water particles for her spheres and auto-attacks as well as her abilities with and without the Transcendent bonus, recall and death.
Animations: New running and recall animations.
Sounds: New water sounds for her abilities, auto-attack, taunt, joke, laugh and recall.
Splash Art: A whirlwind of water is the sole background and setting of this piece. The water drops are nicely done though in places their colour is too saturated and they seem unusually solid. That’s particularly noticeable in the water spheres but it’s also fitting. Syndra floats amidst the watery chaos looking surprisingly dry. Still, the portrayal is attractive with great shading despite the depth of field effect making her hair fuzzy; among other areas. The stance deserves special mention because, while it hides most of her legs, it also suitably presents her as emerging from the water. All in all, this is a splash art with a great portrayal of Syndra but a background that leaves an underwhelming feeling; more could’ve been done with it.
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Conclusion: The first thing that strikes one when looking at Atlantean Syndra’s model is that it isn’t nearly as blue or as bright as the splash art. That is a problem as those are elements that expose the water theme in her appearance so, she looks unnaturally dry. Nevertheless, the model is rather nice even if unsurprising. The aesthetic incorporates features of a mermaid without forgetting the requisite sex appeal. The water orbs, though, are very good looking and, along the auto-attacks, add the essential dose of splashes in both visuals and audio. However, they lack impact as weapons and, despite having the right feel, they also appear inoffensive.
To be fair, Syndra surely looks attractive but the water theme gives the sense of being added on top of her persona instead of integrated into it. Ultimately, Atlantean Syndra seems like a superficial skin: it offers a new water theme for the Dark Sovereign but doesn’t fully transform her into a water sorceress. Nonetheless, it delivers its theme reasonably well and the visuals are distinct and attractive despite lacking impact. Considering the consistency of the skin and the visual as well as aural additions, it’s a charming option for fans of the Dark Sovereign despite its flaws.

Queen of Diamonds Syndra
Queen of Diamonds Syndra Splash Art Queen of Diamonds Syndra Model
Category: Regular
Price: 750 RP
Concept: Syndra dressed in a diamond suit motif.
Model: New model for Syndra.
Particles: No new particles.
Animations: No new animations.
Sounds: No new sounds.
Splash Art: In spite of the extremely blurry background one can get an idea of the setting. The throne room is inexplicably foggy and its architecture can only be guessed at but, at least, there’s a setting. In the throne we find the King of Clubs with his golden armour glinting under the sunlight. On the stairs, we find the elegant but distant Queen of Diamonds; not far from the sinister Joker. On the other side, in the darkness we find a knave discretely hiding his presence. In the foreground, a confident aristocrat greets us as we approach the room.
In general, each champion receives a portion of the spotlight and, mostly, characteristic traits are noticeable. Perhaps Shaco should’ve been in the darkness while Twisted Fate charmingly received the viewer or presented the court to us. Besides, Mordekaiser doesn’t say much sitting in the throne and doesn’t really strike as imposing; except for his title.
Ultimately, the splash art presents the champions in a rather clear way in an appropriate setting. The background could’ve been clearer and some champions could’ve been better presented. Still, considering how many champions vie for the viewer’s attention, this is a piece that manages to give each a relevant place that is supported by the others.
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Conclusion: The aesthetic presented by Queen of Diamonds Syndra has much in common with her classic style. The colours are brighter and more varied but the sexy Dark Sovereign is left intact. She does look more like a classic queen seen from a fantasy angle. That also means that some elements make her look more serious and cold. For instance, her crown and neckpiece give her a more detached air that is supported by her empty eyes. This contributes to the identity of the skin but not everything works. Although the upper body enjoys a classy designed dress the cloth pieces hanging from her waist would’ve been better made into a skirt so that the skin could have a more iconic style. The general sense of a Victorian dress is present but not accomplished due to the adherence to the classic lines. The boots have a nice pattern and follow the general style minimally but they aren’t really fitting for a queen.
Therefore, Queen of Diamonds Syndra is a skin that tries but not hard enough to give the Dark Sovereign a regal appearance. The idea is fitting but the implementation limits itself by keeping the classic elements instead of trying to be more daring. More than a full re-model the skin feel like the classic base was modified leaving the same elements but changing their look. As such, it’s a skin that wastes its potential and becomes only a passable alternative.

Snow Day Syndra
Snow Day Syndra Splash Art Snow Day Syndra Model
Category: Legacy
Price: 1350 RP
Concept: Syndra in winter clothes wielding ice magic.
Model: New model for Syndra and new Dark Spheres.
Particles: New snow particles for her spheres and auto-attacks as well as her abilities with and without the Transcendent bonus, recall and death.
Animations: New recall animation.
Sounds: New ice sounds for her abilities, auto-attack, taunt, joke, laugh and recall.
Splash Art: Blue sky, blue clouds, even the ice fortress looks blue. Without a doubt, blue is the main colour and few things contend with it. Some trees defy its domain with dark leaves and clear snow as well as some more of said element nearby. However, sans some penguins in and out of ice, there’re only champions to see. As a setting, the background is largely filler to give the snow day a place.
The depictions vary greatly in quality. Not only that but the champions stay independent of each other and there’s no integration or interaction between them or with the setting. They could each be on their own anywhere else and their generic pose wouldn’t pose any problem. There’re some exceptions but, at large, that’s the feeling the piece gives.
Going into specifics, Gnar is depicted with bright colours that get diffuse as easily as looking away from his hand and left glove. The dull colours make little sense but the chased penguin adds a nice setup for his appearance.
Bard sits with a hot cocoa cup in one hand and a penguin in another. The idea is simple but works though not much of his look can be seen. On top of that, the colours are a bit dull and so his portrayal isn’t as striking as it could be.
Syndra is in a league of her own: her portrayal looks like a sketch. It’s not just that the colours lack any vibrancy but it’s also that the proportions seem slightly amiss and the look strikes as flat and devoid of life. The idea that she may be readying to respond to a snowball attack does little for the lifeless depiction.
All in all, this is merely a functional splash art. It shows the three champions against a sensible backdrop and that’s it. There’s little that makes the spotlight exciting or that shows something different about the champions or shared theme. By and large, it’s a disappointment.
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Conclusion: Snow Day Syndra is a skin that gives a great first impression that is only reinforced afterwards with the spectacle it can provide. The winter clothes make Syndra look very elegant thanks to the simple but classic designs of her coat and boots which nicely contrast with the light-blue sweater and cap as well as her dark tights and gloves. The new hairstyle and hair colour add to the different personality but risk making her look like somebody else; her face seems different too. Regardless, even if conventional, the new appearance is appealing.
What starts good only gets even better once the impressive snow particles start exploding and their chilling sounds slash the air. The spheres by themselves look nice but don’t make eyes turn. They are just a change of element for Syndra’s magic. However, things change once they are put to work. There’s no doubt that a lot of work has gone into making her abilities and auto-attacks impactful as well as faithful representations of the snow theme. The complexity of the abilities’ visuals is palpable and the sounds make the cold aspect even more perceivable. It surely is a great example of how to make effective visuals supported with good audio. The recall is a fine addition that only serves to reiterate and underline the message that the whole skin has clamoured all along. Yet, it does so in such a fine and attractive way that it only can be a plus. Sadly, the animations department is devoid of any additions; recall excepted.
Without a doubt Snow Day is a skin with much to offer. The work that went into the particles is clear and yet Atlantean is also a skin with a wonderful presentation of its water theme. That’s why it seems strange that Snow Day offers just as much yet costs more. Syndra is no stranger to extraordinary displays of elemental magic and for a special occasion something exceptional is expected. It is delivered but at the same level as before.
All things said and done, Snow Day Syndra is a spectacular skin with a fine model, fabulous particles and exemplary sound. It’s a great demonstration of how much can be done with a traditional theme. It’s only the price that doesn’t seem to suit the skin. At 1350 RP, along a legacy tag, an extra effort is expected but that shouldn’t discard the fantastic features offered by Snow Day Syndra. Ultimately, it’s a great skin but expensive so fans should be aware that they’ll be paying more for the same amount of features as other skins of her. If it’s any consolation, it’s a set of features that is admirably done; as Syndra deserves.

Conclusion

Syndra’s wardrobe slowly extends with new alternatives. The themes are interesting but, so far, the concepts tend to be the deciding factors in how worthwhile they appear. With that in mind, Justicar Syndra is the recommended skin for fans of the Dark Sovereign. It’s a good example of the relevance of a good concept as the base for a skin.

Justicar Syndra is a success as far as release skins go. The distinct light-based look shows a different Syndra that coupled with Classic Syndra draw a full picture of the possibilities behind, but also ahead, of the Dark Sovereign. Ultimately, it may disappoint those that simply wanted more skin. However, those that liked Syndra for her display of power will appreciate the novel take on her persona.

The alternative is Atlantean Syndra with her interesting water theme. The main issue is that the implementation leaves the theme as a mere change of appearance. In fact, the water could’ve been further incorporated to make a more compelling water sorceress. As it stands, it offers a nice, watery look that’s hardly disappointing yet leaves the feeling that it could’ve been more.

Inspired by the winter season Snow Day Syndra is a wonderful skin. The model is elegant but the particles are amazing as they eloquently reflect the snow they are made of. The sounds provide an effective aural backdrop for the visuals and so the skin pleases at every turn; except one. The price is expensive when compared with her other options that offer just as much for less. Therefore, Snow Day is a marvel, like her best skins, but an expensive one so expect to pay extra for such a well done skin.

A cheaper option is Queen of Diamonds Syndra. The new dress has a nice look but its design is too close to the classic one so that it’s unable to define a new identity. It feels like a re-model that stopped short of doing something innovative so as to keep the classic lines. This makes it a letdown that offers a fine concept only partially executed.

  38 Responses to “League of Legends: Syndra Skins’ Review”

  1. Great skin review! Love this skin too, just wish that they could also change syndra’s voice so that it sounds less corrupted to reflect the theme.

    • Glad that you like the review, we completely agree: Justicar Syndra is very nice.

      A processed voice-over would’ve been a great addition. Maybe if there’s enough interest Riot could do the change; after all, Arclight Varus has a cleaner voice-over.

  2. I have to ask, doesn’t the Justicar skin have new sounds for when she moves a sphere (smashing it down with W or knocking it into someone with E)? I am not too sure but I am certain there are these new, “heavenly” sounds when I use this skin. Same with Archlight Varus and his Q.

    • We haven’t noticed but we’ll give them another look. Thanks for the notice.

      • I’m pretty sure thatjusticar syndra has new sounds. When se uses ther e on spheres or lands a sphere using her w *maxed* theres this overwhelming heavenly wave ish type of sound. Similiar to Arclight Varus. P.S Is is me or Atlantean Syndra like obese compared to her default and release skin. As i have both i constantly switched between them and I easily noticed that her Atlantean Syndra’s thighs is the size of Katarina’s waste. Just pointing it out by the way. Keep it up on the skin review! Was impressed with River Spirit Nami’s review ๐Ÿ˜€

        • Glad that you like the reviews.

          We checked and have played with both Justicar Syndra and Arclight Varus and haven’t been able to notice new sounds for their abilities. It’s possible that there’s only a subtle difference and it wouldn’t be the first time. We’ll give it another look just anyway.

          It does seem that Atlantean Syndra has a different silhouette to Justicar or Classic. It could be a matter of opinion but her body seems proportional in all cases.

  3. First 1350rp skin with five stars, I am impressed. Are they because of the skin on its full price or only until its discounted?

    • We just checked the release article and the store again to make sure and there’s no mention of the skin being on sale. If 975 RP is the actual price of Atlantean Syndra then the five stars are correct but if there’s some error we’ll have to adjust the rating.

  4. The Atlantean Syndra skin has a new walking (flying) animation, I am absolutely positive of it. Her arms are more spread out and it is more fluent. Please check it again.

  5. I find both of these skins pretty lame, irrespective of price. The themes aren’t too hot, with the whole water theme first having been claimed by a Cass skin, then being ‘stolen’ by Nami, and finally making its way to Syndra in the most unfitting way, combined with a Janna-esque splash art that again doesn’t fit Syndra…
    Justicar skins are a lot like Arclight skins, in that they’re just pointlessly bright and goldish. The splash art there looks more like Ahri, pose-wise. I’d give each three stars. Atlantean Syndra has very pretty water effects, so it’s a 4/5 visually (compared to the rather ugly initial PBE version), but one of the most powerful casters in the game suddenly hitting her enemies with … water? Come on.

    Syndra without a skin > Syndra with a skin.

    • We agree that the water spheres that Atlantean Syndra weilds lack serious impact and feel rather inoffensive as a weapon. We still think that the visuals along the new sounds are well done even if the concept isn’t very inspired; like her outfit.

      We think that Justicar Syndra has to be considered, like Arclight Varus, as bright and goldish because that’s the intention: a light based skin that counterbalances their classic darkness. It’s the day to their night and as such feel like an interesting couterpart.

      Of course, if you want something dark that enhances or continues their classic style, so far there’s nothing available.

  6. Hello, I think the new Atlantean Syndra skin has a new movement animation when moving. From what I can see, she sort of sways genitally left to right when moving. Please have another check, I could easily be wrong.

    Oh and great reviews keep up the work fella.

    • We’ll certainly keep working hard.

      We checked and she does have a subtle balancing to the sides when running. Thanks for the notice.

      • Glad to help…..ish ๐Ÿ™‚

        Quick question though….please may you name your favorite 3 skins? you don’t have to justify why, only the skins. I will read the reviews after. Of course you don’t have to answer this question I am just curious because of you wide knowledge, on what is a good skin and why it is. Please exclude sewn ori I already know you like/love? that skin. (oh yeah i didn’t see the other persons call about the new animation eek).

        • How did you know that we like Sewn Chaos Orianna? Psychics everywhere, there’s no privacy in one’s mind anymore.

          Don’t worry about reiterating something that we didn’t notice about a skin because it helps. The more people notice it the more sure we can be that we missed something. Besides, it helps to get as much information as possible.

          With regards to our three favourite skins it would be difficult to answer though you can be sure that we tend to like skins that reach five stars; Captain Obvious is always present. However, we also like some skins that don’t reach five stars.

          We do like skins that expand on the lore of a champion like, Sinful Succulence Morgana, Professor Ryze or Creator Viktor, even though they may not be the best skins available. Also, skins that enhance the style of a champion like Blade Mistress Morgana are quite nice.

          Come to think of it, it would be useful to have personal statistics in the LoL client about the most played champions and skins. That way it would be easier to know one’s preferences and how they change over time.

          • Gee thanks for the response, you are a great team with good knowledge of the subject. I want to ask so many questions and tap into your what feels like infinite knowledge! A last question if you will?

            How did the person ‘lkz’ get a cute little bunny as their picture? (They are up there somewhere ^^)

          • That would be a Gravatar, a Globally Recogniced Avatar. You go to gravatar.com and add an avatar along an e-mail address. Afterwards, whenever you post using that e-mail address you will get that avatar. If you want to change it you do so at the Gravatar site and it automatically updates everywhere. As far as we know the service is free.

            If you have more questions we’d be glad to answer them. We surely don’t have infinite knowledge but we do know a thing or two about some stuff that some people might find of interest; sometimes.

  7. Heya ! I am a fan of your Site/reviews and I’m an undecided skin seeker who only has enough to buy one more skin. I really want to make sure I make the right choise on my purchase and you seem like the man to ask, so here are my choises : Neon Strike Vi or Muay Thai Lee sin another problem is I play them both equally and enjoy them both. Any feed back is great, have good day/night/morning ๐Ÿ™‚

    • Glad that you like the site. The one you ask is not an easy question to answer. At a glance, Neon Strike Vi is more eye-catching and showy as well as fantastic. Muay Thai Lee Sin is more discrete and realistic as the animations are more subtle yet interesting nevertheless.

      You could choose one based on what you prefer: fiction or realism, great visual displays or sober shows of skill. An alternative is to wait for a sale on each skin and so get two for the normal price of one. However you’ll need to be patient as sales take time due to the huge amount of skins.

      Regardless of what you choose, both are great skins and chances are that you won’t regret purchasing any of them. The question might be, which one you want now and which one can wait a bit longer?

  8. hey, Zero, which skin do you prefer in the end? Justicar is gonna be on sale soon, should I get it instead of Atlantean? i like them both but not sure which is better

    • Both are great skins so it’s difficult to go wrong with any of them. If you are a Syndra fan getting both on sale, with a lot of patience, is the ideal option. Justicar has a better concept while Atlantean has a more elaborate execution yet both are quite good.

      Consider which concept you prefer and how much you expect from the execution. They are different skins that offer dissimilar but interesting elements. Personal preference should be your most trusted guide in this case.

  9. Hey Zero, can you do a review on the Winter Wonderland Syndra Skin? Thank you.

    • We’ll try to have a review soon. It may take a while as there’s been a lot of skins released lately but we’ll try to review the skins as soon as possible.

  10. Hey! Love your guys skin reviews!

    Was just looking over the new Snow Day Syndra, and at the 3 star rating.

    From the tone of your review, you consider the skin to generally be on the level of Atlantian and Justicar (both of which I own and love!), yet rate it as only 3 stars because of the price. I kinda agree, so I made sure to snag it while it’s on sale for the first couple day at 975, but was just wondering if it shouldn’t be 4-stars instead?

    You basically state that if it’d been 975, it could reasonably be a 5-star skin. So why rate it 3? Is it because of its legendary status and the fact that it SHOULD include more, but does not, that brings it down to 3 stars?

    Either way, great review! Can’t wait to take this skin on the Rift! ๐Ÿ™‚

    • Glad that you like the reviews.

      You got it right, it’s because it’s an expensive legacy skin and so it won’t go on many sales. It’s a skin that surely feels on the level of Atlantean or Justicar but is priced much higher. On top of that, this release sale may very well be the only sale it ever receives; perhaps an early sale some time or a bundle could add another discount but that’s speculation. Therefore, the skin has a higher than usual price so it should go farther than usual to be special.

      If the skin is going to stand at the same level as other 975 RP skins then that should be its price. The fact that it’s a legacy skin doesn’t help matters. Being, currently, discounted to 975 RP it’s a better option; you can add a star in that case. However, we just don’t like the fact of offering just as much as a cheaper skin and then adding a higher price and a legacy restriction on the skin. If that’s the case the skin should explain it with unusual additions.

      After all, it’s not as if that hasn’t happened before: Snow Day Ziggs and Dark Candy Fiddlesticks are two great examples that it’s possible. Both skins go beyond their price to be special and that, legacy tag and all, makes them excellent choices. We certainly expected the new Snow Day skins to be on that level but in any case they should be priced according to what they offer.

  11. I was reading your reviews and I was hoping you could help me make a decision. In your humble opinion, while Snow Day Syndra is discounted which is a better decision, Snow Day or Atlantean? Thank you!

    • Snow Day has a layer of modernity that makes it cross the fantasy stated by the game which Atlantean doesn’t. That is, Atlantean fits the water sorceress role but Snow Day doesn’t go the ice sorceress route and instead takes a bit of a funny angle; Lissandra may have something to say in that case. This may not bother everyone but it’s not the same seeing casual clothes as a fantasy sorceress outfit in a magical battlefield.

      Both are quite good skins with great particle work and nice sounds. Each has their own flaws but, being strict about what they offer, Atlantean does a better job. That’s not to say that Snow Day is bad, in fact it’s great, but treads aways from the fantasy realm and also has a rather high price for offering the same as Atlantean.

      If you are interested in Snow Day the best time to get it is while it’s on sale; you can add a star in that case. At its full price we don’t think it justifies the expense and Atlantean or Justicar become the recommended options. Of course, you can also wait for a sale on Atlantean to get it at a lower price. That way you can save a good amount of RP and, if you like Syndra a lot, get both skins or save for another champion’s skin.

  12. Hey zero Osmic here wanted to ask should i buy snow day syndra because she is going to be gone from next week. So yea…and can you give me the cons and duhhhh uhhh forgot what other one was but im pretty sure you know so please help me zero. ^w^

    • The pros and cons of Snow Day Syndra are, briefly, that it’s a skin with a nice, elegant look with wonderful particles and a price too high for doing just as much as Atlantean or Justicar on top of being a legacy skin. We recommended getting it during the release sale. That’s no longer possible so you may be better off with one of her other skins.

      There could be the fact that you already own them or you particularly like Snow Day’s ice theme. In that case, we still maintain that the price is too high. It could still be worthwhile to you despite the expense but that’s a more personal choice. Does it offer enough for its price? We aren’t convinced but if you like the skin a lot you may find the price not that high of an obstacle.

      Once Snowdown is over the skin will be buried in the Legacy Vault until next year. It may resurface within a bundle with a small discount when it does return. Regardless, with legacy skins discounts are hard to come by. Chances are that there won’t be any major discount for it but you never know for sure; consider Challenger’s Ahri’s recent sale.

      In the end, if you like it enough you may excuse the price. It’s not a bad skin, on the contrary, simply greedily priced. If you can wait a year you can see if there’s a better opportunity of getting it; though it’ll hardly be with a discount that goes beyond the release one; 28% off. It depends on how much you like it and whether you can wait to see if there’s a better chance. There may not be so it’s a bit of a wager.

  13. Thank you, zero for the help ^o^

  14. My guesses about the deadeye thing is about lunar revel.
    Or an event that you were saying, and if its a skin garen might have an emerald colored skin.
    Just my thought on the animated picture of garen.

    • For Lunar Revel it seems that Caitlyn, Morgana and Wukong are receiving new skins but it could be something related to it all the same. There’s so little information that only speculation is possible so it’s better to wait and see what’s it’s all about. Or, with some cynism, what they are going to sell us this time.

  15. Oh yea zero on the conclusion you said diamons not diamonds.

  16. ใ“ใซใกใฏ Zero, this might sound strange but i got syndra in the snowdown shop for 975 rp or it might of been a glitch.

    • If you got the champion then that’s something strange because the Snowdown Shop was supposed to offer only skins. If it was a skin then it should’ve been Snow Day to be discounted if not it was probably some sort of glitch. In the case of Snow Day Syndra at 975 RP it’s a fine price to get the skin as the regular price is simply too much for what it offers.

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