Best Lucian Skins | LoL
The dark and broody type, Lucian has been the epitome of League of Legends action hero. Now that he has saved his wife, he can fully continue his duty.
From early childhood, Lucian heard stories of his father’s missions as part of the Sentinels of Light. His only desire in life was to follow in his father's footsteps. Fate, however, made his path a winding one. Through trials and tribulations in his quests, he became a broken man and is now working on clawing back the person he used to be.
High Noon Lucian
Wild west meets the Ghost Rider with the High Noon Lucian skin. A former federal marshal and gunslinger for hire, Lucian’s soul was corrupted when he made a deal with the devil in order to spare the life of his one true love. Double-crossed, and cursed with the power of hell, he now hunts this devil across the high frontier, seeking revenge.
High Noon Lucian was released on August 30, 2018, with a price of 1820 RP. In Wild Rift, High Noon Lucian can be purchased for 1350 Wild Cores, befitting of the skin’s Legendary rating.
As a Legendary-rated skin, High Noon Lucian is a complete visual and audio rehaul of the champion. As one of the best League of Legends skins and skin lines, it updates all of Lucian’s animations, with special particle effects and sounds. To quote McCree from Overwatch: “It’s High Noon”.
Hired Gun Lucian
If you’re a fan of cyberpunk-style aesthetics, Hired Gun Lucian is a skin for you. As a futuristic mercenary, Hired Gun Lucian is a new take on the default Lucian lore, where he protects the weak and pushes back the scourge of the Ruined King and his Black Mist. The Hired Gun Lucian skin keeps his stoic personality but makes him a man whose only concern is earning his pay.
Hired Gun Lucian was released on August 21, 2013, and is the first Lucian skin in League of Legends. In League of Legends, this skin is priced at 975 RP, while in WIld Rift the skin’s price is at 725 Wild Cores.
As a Normal-rated skin, albeit one with a higher-end price for that rating, Hired Gun Lucian updates his animations, particle effects, and sounds, with a special focus given to his abilities Piercing Light and The Culling. Hired Gun Lucian is, perhaps, more suited to the cutthroat world of League of Legends’ Summoners Rift than the default one.
League of Legends’ champion Lucian has two skins placed in his Legacy Vault. The first is his Heartseeker Lucian skin, which earned its place there as most Legacy vault skins do. The Striker Lucian skin, on the other hand, got there due to some drama and legal issues, which make it even more interesting to possess and play.
Striker Lucian was released on June 18, 2014, and is priced at 750 RP. The skin can no longer be bought in League of Legends unless the Legacy Vault opens, which is unlikely due to the skins’ design, and the skin will, likely, never find its way to Wild RIft either, for the same reasons.
Striker Lucian is a skin that portrays Lucian as a football forward player. It also resembles the professional football player Edgar Davids, who sued Riot for using his likeness for the skin’s design and won the lawsuit. In response, Riot have placed the skin in the Legacy Vault, as part of the proceeds of the skin’s sale go to the player. Playing with this skin in-game will earn you a red card for sure.
Two of Lucian’s futuristic, and heroic, skins battle for supremacy. Those are his PROJECT: Lucian skin, and Pulsfire Lucian. As his only skin with a Prestige Edition, Pulsefire Lucian wins that battle.
Pulsefire Lucian joined League of Legends, and its expanded universe, May 14, 2020. As an Epic-rated skin, it brings Lucian new animations, sounds, and particle effects, all for the price of 1350 RP.
The expanded League of Legends universe contains the parallel reality in which the Pulsefire skins reside. A futuristic world, where champions are quipped with cybernetics and Chrono gear, this universe revolves around time travel. As it is his core characteristic, Pulsefire Lucian joins the Remembrances, the Pulsefire equivalent of Sentinels of Light, to save his lost wife.
Where Draven is the embodiment of toxic masculinity in League of Legends, Lucian is an example of the exact opposite. As a strong, silent, and empathetic man, head over heels in love with his wife, Lucian’s strengths lie in more than just his oppressive early and mid-game.
His skins put him in all sorts of surroundings, just as he always dreamed of as a child, yet his nature remains unchanged. If Lucian was not an ADC, he would be The Hero, to The Enemy, as Aatrox calls himself.
As the female version of Lucian, we have Lissandra. A powerful sorceress, that will do anything to make up for her past mistakes and protect the world from the void. Her skins protect the culture of the ancient Freljord, and you can find a list of the best ones right here.
If you’re looking for someone more silly, or perhaps someone just plain evil, you can find plenty of those, as well as a list of their best skins, by going back to our main hub.