League of Legends: Dragonmancer Skins Arriving on Patch 10.20

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Dragonmancer skins are to be added to League of Legends on Patch 10.20

Not long after adding a second wave of PsyOps skins, the League of Legends cosmetics team are back at it again. On this occasion, a new Dragonmancer skin line will be added to the game which features five base skins and one Prestige skin.

The first skin in the Dragonmancer line is Fae Dragon Ashe, a bright green and purple skin with a number of high quality animations and visual effects. Players can purchase this skin for just 1350  RP and there are eight chromas available as well.

Storm Dragon Aurelion Sol is the second skin of the bunch. This skin offers much improved visuals and a sharper blue color scheme for the Star Forger. Storm Dragon Aurelion Sol will be available for 1350 RP and will come with eight chromas.

The third skin to be released as part of the Dragonmancer line is Eternal Dragon Brand, a unique skin for the Burning Vengeance as it swaps out the firey red-colored visual effects for a Dark Star-like purple. This skin will have eight chromas and be available for 1350 RP.

Storm Dragon Lee Sin is the fourth skin in the Dragonmancer line. This is a legendary skin with a price tag of 1820 RP, the most expensive cosmetic of the bunch.

Storm Dragon is an entirely different look for Lee Sin who now has a full head of white hair which is unusual for Lee Sin. His right arm has been replaced with a spirit dragon and the visual effects and animations are incredbile. Storm Dragon Lee Sin will have six chromas.

The final skin in the new League of Legends skin line is Obsidian Dragon Sett, available for 1350 RP and comes with a Prestige Edition. This skin has crazy visual effects and a bunch of sharp, bright red colors included. The Prestige Edition swaps these colors out for a gold and blue scheme instead.

The skins can be found on the Surrender at 20 PBE update here: Link

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Overall, this is a very high quality set of skins and it could be argued that there isn’t a poorly made skin in the bunch. Although the RP costs are high, the improved animations and VFX are more than worth the price.