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Faker of T1 on stage poses with trophy after victory at League of Legends World Championship 2023 Finals at Gocheok Sky Dome on November 19, 2023 in Seoul, South Korea.
Photo by Colin Young-Wolff via Riot Games

All Faker skins in League of Legends

The legend has been honored with more skins than any other player in LoL history.

There is no greater player in the history of League of Legends than Faker. And when you win as much as Faker does, you get commemorated in-game with plenty of skins honoring your achievements. 

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One of the oldest traditions in League esports is the practice of allowing Worlds-winning players to design their own skin for a champion of their choice. Since his rookie season in 2013, Faker has won the Summoner’s Cup four times, meaning he’s got almost a full team’s worth of skins based on his Worlds wins alone. But in 2024, Faker is being inducted as the first member of League’s new Hall of Legends, which will also come with personal skins that pay homage to players’ efforts. 

Here are all of the skins in League of Legends that honor Faker, both unreleased and of limited availability, including the upcoming Risen Legend and Immortalized Legend skins that will serve as a tribute to his induction into the Hall of Legends.

Immortalized Legend Ahri (Hall of Legends) 

The newest skin that honors Faker is Immortalized Legend Ahri, a skin that will honor Faker solely as opposed to the Worlds skins he’s earned throughout his career, which honor his team-wide efforts on the international stage. This skin was granted to Faker after he became the first inductee into the League Hall of Legends.

Immortalized Legend Ahri has a white-red-gold color scheme—perfect for Faker’s team, T1. 

Players who are honored in the official League Hall of Legends will receive their own commemorative skin in-game. It only makes sense that Faker is the first inductee of the Hall of Legends considering he’s the unanimous greatest player of all time, regardless of who you ask. His Immortalized Legend skin is for Ahri, a champion that he’s practically perfected over the course of his career—though that can be said for Faker when it comes to countless champions.

Risen Legend LeBlanc (Hall of Legends)

Splash art for Hall of Legends LeBlanc skin in League of Legends
LeBlanc and Faker have gone hand-in-hand for over a decade. Image via Riot Games

If you’re not willing to dish out the hefty RP price that’s attached to the Immortalized Legend Ahri skin, a secondary and cheaper option in the form of Risen Legend LeBlanc was also made available. It makes perfect sense that Ahri and LeBlanc were given the honors for Faker’s Hall of Legends skins considering those two champions became synonymous with some of his greatest achievements throughout his career. Faker’s LeBlanc had remained undefeated for nearly the first three seasons of his time as a pro, and the champion remains extremely formidable in his hands.

T1 Orianna (Worlds 2023)

Although it’s unconfirmed at this time, it’s extremely likely that Faker’s skin from T1’s Worlds 2023 victory will go to Orianna. He announced his decision to pick Orianna at the end of 2023 after initially getting fans’ hopes up for an Ahri skin. 

SKT T1 Syndra (Worlds 2016)

SKT T1's Worlds skins commemorating the team's victory at Worlds 2016
SKT remain the only team to ever win back-to-back World Championships. Image via Riot Games

Faker’s 2016 World Championship was commemorated with a skin for a champion that he’s not really known for: Syndra. He only played the champion twice at Worlds 2016 and has just one game on the champion in the last six years.

SKT T1 Ryze (Worlds 2015) 

Faker's SKT Ryze skin in League of Legends
SKT’s 2015 Worlds run is often considered the most dominant of all time. Image via Riot Games

Faker’s Ryze is the stuff of legend, and when he won his second World Championship in 2015, he made sure to cement himself as a synonymous name with the champion. Despite how many reworks Ryze has endured over the years, Faker remains one of the best of all-time on the champion. He holds a record of 43-24 with Ryze, as well as a career KDA of 4.0, according to League stats site Games of Legends.

SKT T1 Zed (Worlds 2013)

2013 SKT World Championship skins
SKT won their first World Championship back in season three. Image via Riot Games

It’s extremely appropriate that Faker’s first League skin was for Zed. In 2013, he won his first World Championship, using the then-broken champion throughout the entirety of that season. Most notably, he used Zed in a blind pick game against the KT Bullets, outplaying veteran mid laner Ryu in what’s still viewed as one of the best League plays ever.

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Staff Writer covering World of Warcraft and League of Legends, among others. Mike's been with Dot since 2020, and has been covering esports since 2018.