ANNIE IN WONDERLAND SKIN REVIEW
Let’s forget, for a moment, the flames that Annie wields.
As far as looks go, it’s a reasonable and lean model for Annie that effectively captures the essence of Alice’s look.
On the other hand, Tibbers is forcefully stuffed into a rabbit suit; which isn’t any different from Annie’s usual treatment of the bear.
Tibber’s suit looks fine, with visible patches, seams and a zipper which realizes the bear costumed as the White Rabbit.
Moreover, Annie’s rucksack and teddy bear are also nicely adapted to reflect the Cheshire cat and the White Rabbit, respectively.
Consequently the skin, in looks alone, is quite good.
However, the flames are a necessary evil that doesn’t make much sense considering the source material.
Furthermore, aside from the re-models, there aren’t any further changes; which are to be expected considering its former legendary label.
In conclusion, it’s an appealing re-model for Annie but not a true legendary skin in any sense.
However, if you catch it on sale then it’s not a bad option for Annie’s fans.
ANNIE IN WONDERLAND SKIN INFO
- Annie in Wonderland is a reference to Alice in Wonderland, with Annie dressed as the titular Alice and Tibbers taking the place of the White Rabbit.
- It was a response to players' request to change Tibbers' skin. Annie in Wonderland is classified as a Legendary Skin, but players should note that Riot's design standards have greatly increased since Annie in Wonderland's release, and most elements that are now considered definitive parts of a legendary skin (modified ability particles, different emotes or recall animations, new voiceovers) are absent from Annie in Wonderland.
- She shares this theme with Shaco.
ANNIE IN WONDERLAND SPLASH ART
- The rough quality of the piece allows it to harken back to old style pictures often included in children’s books; like Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland.
- Unfortunately, it doesn’t seem like an intentional feature when considering the individual elements.
- The background quickly fades to black on the left and while it displays relevant items, a hatter’s hat and tea cups, it’s rather diffuse and unclear.
- Annie and Tibbers are better depicted, not only are they fully visible but they also are reasonably posing.
- Still, the shading isn’t very good and they appear rather murky.
- Overall, a good representation of the source material and the in-game look of Annie and Tibbers but a disappointing splash art.