Noxus Poppy Information
Noxus Poppy is a legacy skin that was released in February 2010.
Possibly inspired by the hard rock band KISS, the skin features Poppy as a goth-like character which is a far cry from her default skin color and theme. She’s still the keep of the hammer, just a really sad one.
The skin itself features Poppy as a dark Yordle with black hair and noticeably darker skin. Her armor has been changed from her classic gold color to a dark black and red style. Poppy still has her trusty golden shield which really stands as it’s the brightest thing on this skin. In addition to these texture changes, Poppy now has a new hammer which is even more threatening than her normal one!
Although the skin looks completely different with new texture and models, there are actually no new particles, animations or sounds included with the skin. This might sound disappointing, but the skin was very cheap when released. Normally skins that are 975 RP and above feature new animations and sounds.
Originally released in the store for 520 RP upon launch, the skin has since been removed from the store and is no longer available. If you want to add this gothic skin to your collection, then the only way to get it is by buying an account with it already enabled.
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Poppy might look like a small and unhelpful Yordle, but when in the right hands this little champion can be unstoppable. With her strong tankiness and high damage, Poppy can take on multiple opponents with ease… if played correctly.
Thankfully we’ve got an awesome Poppy guide full of everything you need to know on how to master the Keeper of the Hammer. Featuring an in-depth look at Poppy, the guide includes:
Summoners spells, Masteries & Runes, Item builds, Ability level sequence, Tips and tricks, In game strategy, Champion matchup appendix, Quick reference tables,
Once you’ve read this guide, you’ll know exactly how to counter any player you come up against in the top lane! Written by an experienced player who reached Challenger tier in Season 6, it’s safe to say you have skilled mentor teaching you.