FIREFANG WARWICK SKIN REVIEW
Firefang Warwick is a skin that gives a great first impression that is able to hide most of its flaws.
The first noticeable thing is the flames over Warwick’s body.
They are a pleasant addition that masks the fact that Warwick’s body is unchanged from the waist down, except for textures, and that his chest is quite strange: his pectoral muscles seem flattened and extended in an unnatural way by the armour.
At least the skin furthers the fire theme with a new lava-like effect for Hungering Strike.
Overall, the flaws are not visible enough to disvalue the skin, especially considering the new particles.
Still, the whole execution isn’t that exciting anyway: it’s red Warwick wearing different armour.
Consequently, if you can ignore the flaws, Firefang Warwick is a nice looking skin with an adequate classic theme.
FIREFANG WARWICK SKIN INFO
- Firefang Warwick is a possible reference to the mythical creature Ifrit, which is said to be a fire demon that takes the shape of a giant wolf-like creature.
FIREFANG WARWICK SPLASH ART
- As a splash art Firefang Warwick produces mixed results.
- The background is almost non-existent, some rocks seem to surround Warwick but for the most part it’s just Warwick and the fire.
- Fortunately, Warwick and the flames cover most of the piece.
- Warwick depiction is good: he’s well drawn and the colours are fine.
- However the fur looks too solid, the armour doesn’t reflect much light, considering the amount of fire around, and the flames look thready and unsubstantial.
- Consequently, this piece puts forth an attractive fire concept that isn’t effectively executed and feels like a letdown.