Best Mad Maggie Skins in Apex Legends That Make You Stand Out

Enjoy our collection of the top Mad Maggie Skins in Apex Legends!
Best Mad Maggie Skins in Apex Legends That Make You Stand Out

Mad Maggie was introduced as an offensive legend, which came as no surprise given her abilities and general aesthetic. Her tactical and ultimate abilities are insane. In addition to moving faster with a shotgun and highlighting her enemies, she can attach her “Riot Drill” to any obstacle and burn people on the other side. Moving on, she can also deploy her ultimate called the “Wrecking Ball”. When deployed, this ball shoots out speed-pads that increase your movement speed, with the ball itself detonating in the distance. Given how recent her introduction was, there aren’t a lot of skins for her, but the ones that did release look stunning.

Mob Boss

The “Mob Boss” skin for Mad Maggie is not part of a specific Apex Legends Battle Pass or Event. It’s a legendary skin that can be crafted for 1200 Crafting Materials, or unboxed through an Apex Pack.

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Although there aren’t many skins to choose from, the Mob Boss skin is one of the best out of the starter legendary skins. The outfit’s design suits someone like Mad Maggie really well, and the contrast between the vibrant yellow jacket and darker colors fits nicely. The shades are also a complementary addition and finish the design in a proper way. We highly recommend this skin if you’ve been playing Mad Maggie a lot recently. You can simply craft it via the Legends Menu. 

Māori Warrior

The Māori Warrior skin for Mad Maggie was part of the exclusive ‘Mad Maggie Launch Bundle’ that was released alongside her in February of 2022. It’s a legendary skin that could’ve been bought for 3000 Apex Coins. 

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This skin seems to have been designed after the culture and style of the indigenous Polynesian Māori people from mainland New Zealand. The Māori are known for many things, but their Warriors are what this particular skin references. Although Maggie doesn’t look like an authentic Māori Warrior in this skin, the clothing was themed accordingly. This skin was made in honor of Mad Maggie’s voice actor, Nicola Kawana, who is from New Zealand.

Chaotic Coral 

The “Chaotic Coral” skin for Mad Maggie was released as part of the Twitch Prime Gaming Bundle for Mad Maggie. It’s an epic skin that can be claimed as a Prime Gaming subscriber between March 17th – April 21st, 2022. 

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The Chaotic Coral skin takes a bit of a different approach when it comes to Mad Maggie. Firstly, the color scheme is way more colorful than the rest of her skins. The pink really stands out among the black. The design however is in tune with her original aesthetic, which is always a plus. This is an exclusive skin that you can still get, so we urge you to claim it if you’re subscribed to Twitch’s Prime service.

Mad Metal

The “Mad Metal” skin for Mad Maggie is not part of a specific Apex Legends Battle Pass or Event. It’s a legendary skin that can be crafted for 1200 Crafting Materials, or unboxed through an Apex Pack.

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The Mad Metal skin is one of two similarly designed skins that were released for Mad Maggie. The other is called “Steamed” and it has the same style just with a different, more bland color scheme. This skin on the other hand has a more colorful color scheme, one that gives it more character per se. It definitely comes down to individual preference, and you can check both of these out in the Mad Maggie legends menu. 

Blood and Plunder

The “Blood and Plunder” skin for Mad Maggie was released as part of the Apex Legends Season 12 Anniversary Collection Event in 2022. It’s a legendary skin that could’ve been crafted for 2400 Crafting Materials, or bought for 1800 Apex Coins.

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We believe this is one of the only event skins that have been released for Mad Maggie as of now. As you can see and the name suggests, this skin is themed after pirates and pirate culture. It looks like something straight out of the Pirates of the Caribbean movies. We’re not sure if this fits Maggie’s character, but the concept artists over at Respawn Entertainment made it work, as they always do. We’re not sure when it will return to the in-game shop. 

Daemon Hunter 

The “Daemon Hunter” skin for Mad Maggie is not part of a specific Apex Legends Season Battle Pass or Event. It’s an epic skin that can be crafted for 400 Crafting Materials.

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Out of all of the Epic skins for Mad Maggie, the “Daemon Hunter” skin fits her the best, and this is the case for most of the legends in the game. This skin manages to enhance the default looks of any given character that it touches. The animated red and black combination that this skin brings to the table will always be the go-to for many people. It also only requires 400 Crafting Materials to craft, so if you’re unsure about any of the skins above - we highly recommend this.

Heat Sync

The “Heat Sync” skin for Mad Maggie is not part of a specific Apex Legends Season Battle Pass or Event. It’s an epic skin that can be crafted for 400 Crafting Materials.

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All of the starter epic skins are identical in style, and this skin is very similar to its counterpart the “Daemon Hunter” skin that we covered earlier. The reason why we decided to add this skin was because of how well the orange color fits Mad Maggie and her reputation as a rebel warlord. This is another skin that you can easily craft if you don’t have enough crafting materials for a legendary skin. 

Mad Maggie might not have enough skins to let her compete with the older legends, but she definitely has some that stand out. Now, if you’re interested in other offensive legends, we’ve made a couple of similar articles. These are - the best looking Fuse skins in Apex, the best looking Revenant skins in Apex, the best looking Mirage skins in Apex, and last but not least, the best looking Octane skins in Apex. If you’re interested in the best skins for each legend, we also made an article that gives you an overview of the absolute best skins in Apex Legends. 

All in all, there’s definitely more room for Mad Maggie to shine, and we can’t wait for future events to give her the spotlight she deserves. Haere rā!

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