Vandal Brand – skin released on April 11, 2011. He shares his line with skins such as:

– Spirit Fire Brand
– Battle Boss Brand
– Zombie Brand
– Cryocore Brand
– Apocalyptic Brand
– Classic Brand
– Arclight Brand

Vandal Brand is the image of a fiery biker! He is a member of a gang of bikers and keeps the whole district at bay. Thanks to the incredible abilities of Vandal Brand, his gang is never left without orders. If someone is in big trouble, always turn to Brand and his fiery abilities. On splash art, you can watch Brand sitting in a bar during the next break between orders. Underneath the floor, the liquid in his glass caught fire, so you can imagine how other visitors feel. Brand looks incredibly cool in a biker suit and one look can scare all enemies. His visual style is definitely a reference to the Ghost Rider, the iconic anti-hero from the Marvel universe. Like the Phantom Racer, Vandal Brand is dressed in a black spiked biker jacket and it also emits fire. On his back you can see the logo of his gang, which looks like a skull with red eyes and a mask. You can also see the inscription – The Vandals, which indicates a high degree of elaboration of the skin.

In general, the visual style of Brand itself looks the same; it still looks like a cinder golem, with its head and hands burning. The developers did a lot of work on textures, but the particles and animations remained the same. It would be incredibly cool to watch the new biker-related recall animation, however Riot haven’t gotten to that yet. Well, this is a regular skin for 520 RP and for such a low price you still get a beautiful skin with incredible style.

How to get Vandal Brand in 2022?
At the moment, the skin is in Legacy Vault, access to which Riot Games opens 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 Vandal Brand already activated on it in our store.

Vandal Brand is an uninteresting skin that just provides him with some leather clothing. On the one hand, the attire is acceptable and conveys the desired appearance. It even passes for a Ghost Rider homage, which may be a bonus. On the other hand, he doesn’t look to be that striking: he’s simply a dressed-up Brand. In conclusion, a simple concept is combined with a lacklustre execution, resulting in a fairly uninteresting skin. Overall, it’s a decent portrayal of Brand in a respectable setting. Even while Brand may deter clients from remaining, the background is too barren, and the environment ends up seeming dead.

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