Part of the Warring Kingdoms series, this is one of the many skins in the Warring Kingdoms skin series. The skin was originally released all the way back in 2013, during the time League of Legends gained popularity. The Warring Kingdoms skins generally have a “medieval” like style to them. Despite the medieval skins being quite overused in League of Legends, the Warring Kingdoms skins all look amazing and have excellent designs.
Warring Kingdoms Jarvan IV in detail
Within the League of Legends store, you can find Kingdoms Jarven IV on sale for 1350 RP. Yes, this price is quite high considering most of the Warren Kingdom skins are fairly priced, however, this is an epic skin, so this price tag makes sense. I would definetly say that the 1350 RP is definetly worth the trade-off, as you get several new features like new animations, a brand new model, new particles, and so much more. The brand new particles exclusive to this skin consist of new particles for Dragon Strike, Golden Aegis, Demacian Standard, and Cataclysm. Interestingly enough, he also gets a brand new quote for his Cataclysm which is quite cool in my opinion.
Kingdoms at War Jarvan IV is an intriguing skin that adds volcanic effects to the Romance of the Three Kingdoms theme. The armour appears to be a touch too showy for the prince’s tastes, but it is certainly eye-catching. The lance is in the same boat, yet it is nonetheless useful and lethal. Furthermore, the combination of these parts creates a level of intensity and aggression that is quite appropriate for Jarvan. Furthermore, the new particles and sound enhance the impact of his assaults, making him appear more lethal; notably Cataclysm, who appears to be remarkable. In the end, it’s a skin that manages to give Jarvan’s mild nature visual power.
Is Warring Kingdoms Jarvan IV worth it?
If you can forgive the heavy price tag, then this skin overall is pretty good. I really like the design of this skin, I think it fits the Warring Kingdoms series of skins very well, and it is really well made. The abundance of new features are also a plus for this skin, so I applaud Riot for doing a great job on this skin.
Another reason to consider purchasing this skin is if you weren’t a fan of default Jarvan, and you’re looking for a paint job. If these apply to you, then this skin may be for you.
Overall I do like this skin a lot, though I can see why it may not appeal to everyone. League of Legends is heavy on microtransactions and in-game purchases, and the heavy price tag of 1350 RP might intimidate League of Legends players who are looking for a cheap and affordable skin. Due to his epic rarity, however, this heavy price tag makes sense, though it still seems a bit overpriced in my opinion.
If you are still unsure as to whether or not this skin is worth your time and money, then please check the PBE (Public Beta Enviornment) for more details.