TPA Mundo – skin released on July 26, 2012. It shares line with skins such as:
-Toxic Dr. Mundo
-Pool Party Mundo
-Pool Party Mundo
-Frozen Prince Mundo
TPA Mundo is another skin from Riot, which was made in honor of one of the players from the team that won the World Championship. In this case, in honor of Lilballz’s excellent performance in 2012. The concept of the skin is not too original and repeats all other similar skins. Mundo is dressed in a palette that echoes the colors of TPA and consists of red and white. Also, the team logo is shown on the jersey. Incredibly, it is TPA Mundo who carries a goblet with him as a weapon, which looks really beautiful. The headphones he wears are of course worth mentioning. It is the undoubted attribute of this series of skins and an important detail. Splash art, in turn, shows us the whole team in the collection. The Champions are shining brightly, the entire arena is rejoicing! Each of them is located in its place and has its own personality. So Mundo himself holds the cup in his hands and clearly personifies strength, power and leadership. We can talk about everyone for a long time, but we have to admit that the combination of champions in this team turned out to be outstanding and simply excellent.
Riot again decided to limit itself to just a new model, and TPA Mundo has no new particles or animations. The developers have added new sounds for the auto-attack and Infected Cleaver, which is also great. In conclusion, the cost of the skin is 750 RP and if you are an insistent LoL fan and watch all the championships, then you will definitely like it.
How to get TPA Mundo in 2022?
The cost of this wonderful skin was 750 RP, but at the moment, the skin is in Legacy Vault. Riot Games opens access to it for a limited period of time in honor of an event. But now the skin is not available for purchase in the in-game store and the only way to get the skin now is to buy an account with TPA Mundo already activated on it in our store.
TPA Mundo gives off the sense of being a basic and unimaginative concept. Mundo is dressed casually and wields a cup rather than a cleaver. The gamer world gets a fair dose of Mundo savagery, but without a new decent voice-over, it remains just that. At the very least, the skin makes up for its lack of uniqueness with consistency: when you strike someone with the cup, the sound is hollow and metallic. Regardless, although not being horrible, it’s not a look that stands out. TPA Mundo isn’t a bad option, but its potential isn’t fully realized.