Best Soraka Skins | LoL
The Starchild, Soraka, is one of the easiest and cheapest champions in League of Legends. She is so straightforward that even non-support players can pick her up and understand how she plays in just a few minutes. And for this sole reason, Soraka is a viable pick in all ranks in League of Legends. Not only that, but the Starchild also has tons of skins available in the game. If you are a new and upcoming Soraka main, here are her best cosmetics so that you can win with style and vibrance.
Have you ever played role-playing games (RPGs)? Because this lol skin gives that battle healer vibes from the usual RPG games. And to make things better, Celestine Soraka still has the same divine feeling similar to her classic skin. It will now be more fun to heal your teammates with a knight-looking healer.
As mentioned previously, Celestine Soraka closely resembles a battle healer character. She has a cool-looking gold armor and white dress that enhances the vibrance and awesomeness of the whole concept. Not only that, but her staff is also a more detailed and powerful version of the original one.
The animations and particles of Celestine Soraka's abilities follow the gold and white colors of the skin. It is clean and relaxing to look at. However, the sounds are the same as the classic cosmetic, which some Soraka mains will be disappointed with. Nevertheless, being priced at 975 Riot Points, it is one of Starchild's cheapest skins and definitely worth it considering the subtle changes.
Celestine Soraka, released on March 5, 2013, is one of her earliest skin releases. If you are wondering, it is currently available in the League shop for the price mentioned above.
Pajama Guardian Soraka
Riot Games releases cute and charming galaxy protector skins, called Star Guardians, every once in a while. Released on November 21, 2018 and priced at 1350 Riot Points, this League of Legends skin is a cuter version of the original Star Guardian Soraka skin. On top of that, the whole background and story of this skin will make everything about Soraka and her friends more wonderful.
The whole pajama and cosplay concept is adorable. Not only that, but the whole green and white color choice for her outfit and hair suit Soraka as a relaxing Star Guardian. After all, even the best heroes of the universe need a break from all the fighting. Pajama Guardian Soraka's model might not be flashy, but it is lovely and refreshing.
All of Pajama Guardian Soraka's abilities are green and starry-inspired, just like her concept. I loved how Riot integrated the whole star shapes in all of her skills. For example, there is a star underneath an ally champion whenever Star Guardian Soraka heals them. On top of that, the sounds are galaxy-themed too, which will definitely appeal to Soraka mains and Star Guardian fans. If you want to have this skin, do not wait because you can get it in the LoL shop as of this moment.
This skin has probably the most unique concept out of all the Soraka skins. No one would have thought of a robot that would heal all of her allies. It also has a little bit of cyberpunk touch to it, which is well-loved by the gaming community.
Program Soraka's model is straight up a green futuristic robot. I never really thought this kind of cometic would suit her, but the simple armor and holographic details suit are tough to beat when it comes to skin models. I also like how the staff was made, the simple but catchy look definitely leaves a solid statement to her players.
The triangular particles will appear whenever she casts her abilities, and I would say that this is a never-before-seen concept. Not only that, but the holographic artwork of her Astral Infusion and Equinox makes this cosmetic even better. If you were to ask me, the best part of this skin is still the new robotic voice filter that is well-loved by the League community.
This robotic version of Soraka was released on April 6, 2016 and priced at 1350 Riot Points, you can still get it in the League shop today. Program Soraka is also available in Wild Rift for 990 Wild Cores.
Dawnbringer Soraka/Nightbringer Soraka
Released on December 19, 2019 and priced at 1820 Riot Points, these are the most expensive Soraka skins ever. It follows the Chaos and Order storyline set in an alternate universe of Runeterra. It is now your time to either unleash light or darkness to the world by choosing either of these skins.
Based on the story, Dawnbringer Soraka/Nightbringer Soraka is a child of the Gods that gave Dawnbringer Riven and Nightbringer Yasuo the power that they currently have. If you look at the splash art above, her spike armor, long hair, face paint, crown, and astral body, totally give off the whole "child of God" concept.
Using these skins will definitely make you feel more powerful. Every ability, animation, and particle has different details that follow the concept of Soraka having godlike powers. For instance, a sword will appear after casting starcall, and she will also grant her allies wings after casting her ultimate. Riot used explosive sounds for all of her abilities to top it all off.
Both of these skins are essentially the same, and the only difference is the color Dawnbringer is blue, while Nightbringer is red. You can get both by purchasing it in the League shop today!
Time to search for a Soraka build because you have reached the end of the best Soraka skins list. One might say that Soraka is one of Riot's favorites because of the number of skins that she has, like Reaper Soraka, Divine Soraka, Dryad Soraka, and Winter Wonder Soraka. Still, I suggest not looking further because the choices above are the best that she currently has.
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