Period: 25th to 28th of November, 2014
Skins: Dragonslayer Vayne, Bear Cavalry Sejuani and Freljord Rammus
Champions: Rengar, Shyvana and Blitzcrank
This week we have dragon armour, bear mounts and icy decorations for an affordable price. Come and check another sale of essential products for the discerning adventurer.
As a fantastic take on dragon hunting Dragonslayer Vayne is attractive. The skin is centred on delivering good looks and it succeeds at that. If you can accept it for what it is then it’s a nice option for the Night Hunter.
With an interesting and unique appearance Bear Cavalry Sejuani is a skin that stands apart from the norm. Backed by distinct particles and sounds the skin delivers a different and appealing feel for the Winter’s Wrath. If you like the idea behind the skin then it won’t disappoint despite the high price.
For fans of ice Freljord Rammus delivers with modest but, more or less, serviceable model changes. Powerball also looks different to aid consistency. It’s a simple and straightforward skin that manages to offer a frosted Armordillo.
This week most of the champions can help save a good bit of IP. Rengar’ feline instinct is the ideal, lethal choice. Shyvana’s draconic might comes quite close but is just a little less effective. Blitzcrank’s automatic will can also be an option but his IP price is reasonable so it can be reached without too much trouble.
Stalking in the jungle Regnar doesn’t have much time or interest in fashion. However, if we are talking about hunting gear he has much to say on the matter. Unfortunately, his passion isn’t well reflected on sales: his Night Hunter outfit will take a while to be discounted and his Headhunter armour hasn’t been seen since July, 2013.
Even a dragon-lady needs good protection in the battlefield. Shyvana has found that variety helps to adapt to the situation. Therefore, she has different armours tailored for each environment. She displayed them to us: Ironscale in July, Ice Drake in June and Darkflame in January. All that is left for the year is for her Boneclaw to appear, last seen on July 2013, and we are set.
Just as Shyvana, Blitzcrank recognizes the importance of adapting to the situation. However, he prefers to modify his own body to suit his needs as he showed on the ring, in October, with his Boom Boom version. In September his advanced iBlitzcrank version delighted technology fans and in January fans of engines could hear his Piltover Customs’ engine roar. It seems then that there’s nothing left for the rest of the year but, at least, we are sure it was definitely Blitzcrank.