League of Legends: Diana Skins’ Review – StrategyZero
Diana, Scorn of the Moon is a reasonably dressed assassin with practical and realistic armour as well as a plausible crescent blade on hand. Contrary to this, her skins choose to display her wearing more fantastic and revealing apparel. Read further on this review to find out how well Diana adapts to such a drastic style departure. Taking that into account Dark Valkyrie Diana is the best option as darkness and moonlight go together.
Diana as a character is bathed on a dim light and Dark Valkyrie makes her look more eloquent about it. Everything is recognisable under a darker shade but the change is attractive. A more expensive but still recommended skin is Infernal Diana. The result is nothing short of attractive with golden visuals and measured flames. It lacks the raw power of fire but has the intense focus of a controlled flame and that makes it a unique skin among the many fire alternatives in existence.
Also worth recommending despite the price is Blood Moon Diana. However, the theme is communicated in an effective and elegant way. Elements tend to feel familiar but the treatment exhibits a care that transcends it limitations. Because of its appealing concept and fine execution, this is the supernatural skin that the Scorn of the Moon has been waiting for. When will it be released is unknown.
Any chance of a Blood Moon Diana skin? It seems like some additional changes are possible though not confirmed. Hey strat zero nagi here a fan: Actually we take into account all of those factors. However, the concept and implementation: Taking those features in consideration with regards to the price we can get an idea of the value of the skin. Ideally, five stars skins would have a good amount of features for the price along an appealing concept.
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A skin with such looks along golden particles sounds like a great idea. No problem, I was really taken with it when I saw it and thanks for sparing some time to look at it. And if not, when will it be on sale? I am stck between choosing which diana skin to get, I mainly go for the skin which changes the most, can you help me on that.
Im also wondering which has the best splash art. As lunar goddess diana is on sale im leaning towards that, but will DV diana get a sale soon? Thanks for ur help! Dark Valkyrie makes her a sexy, gloomy assassin while Lunar Goddess fails at representing the Chinese Moon Goddess even if the lotus particles are nice. Dark Valkyrie is more conventional but also consistent. Lunar Goddess has a an uninteresting model but attractive particles. Depending on whether you can tolerate an uneven skin or not and which theme you prefer you can choose which skin to get.
At any rate, try to get them on sale, especially Lunar Goddess, as both skins have some issues. How do you feel about the upcoming Infernal Diana skin? We agree, Infernal Diana seem rather quiet and collected for a hellish demon.
It gives more the image of a focused and disciplined fire-mage than a demon. Thank you for your reply, though! Fire is suppossed to be unpredictable and uncontrollable. In Infernal Diana everything seems subtle and discreet. A pre-release video was recently uploaded.
It gives the idea of a well trained fire-sorceress than a hellish being. You know, it just occurred to me how hypocritical you are when I compare your review of Infernal Diana and Siren Cassiopeia. On Infernal Diana you mention how she does not fit her name but are rather gentle about it, I assume because of the particle and sound work.
On Siren Cassiopeia you are really harsh about her not living up to her name, but that skin is so of course it would not have new particles. However, the tame and collected approach it has makes it different to the usual overwhelming display of flames.
We agree that as a RP skin mistakes are more forgivable. However, we have to evaluate what the final feel of the skin is after all the different aspects have been added together.
Perhaps the review of Siren Cassiopeia is a bit too harsh. Different skins are to be assessed differently. We try to be consistent but we are fallible like anybody else. We appreciate your corrections and help in improving the reviews.
Yet, do take into account that our aim with the reviews is to help people and not to be proven right. We have no problem in accepting we are wrong and changing our mind. I just always keep in mind this as your general reasoning: The only way to know if they hold is to challenge them. You nailed the idea of the reviews very well. The reviews are meant to guide not to tell people what to like or purchase.
The idea is that you have an evaluation with which you can agree or disagree but that, ultimately, will help you in forming your own opinion and allow you to make the best choice for you.
We all have different tastes and rate different characteristics with different weight. I feel like a couple of them shore up some of the weaknesses of the original skin by incorporating more somber and metallic tones turning what currently looks like pure costume into something more along the line of ornamental armor. Glad that you find the reviews useful. We work hard to make them a good guide for the prospective buyer. We have separate reviews for the base and skins chromas. As chromas increase the quality of the textures the ratings will reflect it.
We specifically made the reviews in view of the IP sales. When all are unpacked we might have to offer individual ratings for the chromas but for now the pack reviews work. As far as supernatural skins go for Diana, Blood Moon is the best. Instead it relies on previous skins but, more importantly, can be just a superficial as other skins. I hoped that the Blood Moon Diana would bring some new flavour to our ever bland pot of skins, but I was soon to be disappointed.
We agree, the explosive feel of how Diana attacks is often absent from her skins. The skin is good still but because of its calm, smoldering personality rather than her explosive charm. Blood Moon is similar, instead of gushes of blood we get subtle mists of crimson. You may use these HTML tags and attributes: July 30, at August 13, at October 1, at December 18, at December 19, at January 9, at January 10, at January 16, at January 18, at January 20, at December 27, at December 29, at February 25, at February 26, at May 11, at May 12, at April 18, at April 19, at June 20, at September 15, at September 16, at February 11, at February 12, at February 14, at