Two new Elderwood skins are coming to League of Legends
Jun 13, 2023
The Elderwood skin line is getting more champions turned forest creatures later this month.
The Elderwood thematic is a skin line that transforms champions into mysterious woodland monsters and mysteries, like Ahri becoming a flowery nymph, Azir becoming a feathery, armored bird, and Ornn sporting a glowing orc-like skin. A lot of these champions are not popular on the Rift but fans are happy to see them get a bit of love every time.
This time around, Karthus and Wukong are getting the Elderwood treatment.
New Elderwood skins in Patch 13.13
On June 28, 2023, we will be getting the Patch 13.13 update, which now includes two Elderwood skins — one for Karthus and one for Wukong.
Karthus is completely covered in rough tree roots and strategically placed orange leaves. Within all of the roots, Karthus appears to be glowing from the inside. It travels down to his hands, which are claw-like and seem to be building up power. His eyes are also glowing menacingly. This is actually the first time Karthus has been given a skin since Infernal Karthus was released in the summer of 2020.
The new Wukong appears to be a whimsical forest creature with a wide smile and fiery coloring. His fur has turned blue, and he is wearing an outfit made of tree bark. He’s glowing from within as well, including the blue glow seeming to drip from his chest and mouth.
What’s in patch 13.13?
Patch 13.13 won’t only add to the Elderwood skin collection. Players will also get Star Guardian Seraphine and Orianna. This is exciting news for players that were jealous of Wild Rift players who had the mobile exclusive skins. Star Guardian Senna is also coming to PC, but it won’t be until 13.14.