In theory, the idea of having a healer styled as the Grim Reaper seems original and innovative.
Conversely, maybe there’s a reason why it hasn’t been done before.
It could be because the task of a healer and a reaper are diametrically opposite.
To say that Soraka doesn’t look good and different would be amiss.
However, the idea of a reaper seems imposed on her and, ultimately, doesn’t fit her nature at all. Visually, the appearance is sensible and well ...
Divine Soraka pretends to display Soraka completely devoted to her stellar union, as such she doesn’t exhibit any primitive traits: she’s a unique being blessed by the stars.
In fact, the concept of a healer chosen by the stars is quite exciting but none of that astral essence is reflected on her look.
At a glimpse, she’s just a tattooed girl, wearing a dress and wielding a staff.
That doesn’t mean that she doesn’t look good, on the contrary: the dress is ...
Celestine Soraka is essentially the classic cleric ready to unleash healing magic to keep the party in good health.
As such, the robe and moderate yet elegant decorations are effective at portraying the role.
The clothes look good due to the patterns and refined style, all without compromising its suitability for a battlefield.
The staff, in contrast, is certainly more flamboyant but manages to stay practical despite its elaborate ornamentation.
Its added ...
Although enticing, Order of the Banana Soraka is a simplistic skin.
All the potential of the concept remains in the name and staff because the Starchild only wears some clothes fit for going to the beach.
Of course, the skirt is elegant, the hat classy and the top quite sexy yet it all fails at adding up to an interesting concept.
In a few words: it’s just sexy humanoid Soraka.
The Order of the Banana idea is only thinly displayed in the fruits on her hat ...
New staff, new clothes and a more human-like aspect are what Dryad Soraka actually delivers.
Her in-human features do convey the tree nymph aspect but in comparison to her classic self the changes make her less astral and more earthly.
These changes are, indeed, small but they are effective nonetheless.
Not all is good as the skin tends to look a bit monochromatic due to the restricted colour palette used.
Still, it’s a nice aesthetic that, while based on her ...