The Best League Of Legends Collectible Figures
With League of Legends being a free-to-play game, it's no wonder that the cosmetics and [...]
With League of Legends being a free-to-play game, it's no wonder that the cosmetics and collectibles are so impressive so as to entice players to spend a bit of money on their favorite aspects of the game. The skins are plentiful and varied, but they're limited to being in-game. Luckily, there's also a growing line of League of Legends collectible figures that provide a bit more physical representation of some of your favorite champions.
These League figures come in a couple of different forms and prices depending on what you're looking for. Basic figures, Nendoroids, Figmas, and much bigger statues are all options that you can browse through in the Riot Games merch shop. Not every champion has a figure to their name — though some have more than one — but the figures cover champs from all of the roles, so there's a good chance that you'll be able to find something worth adding to your collection.
Along with these figures, Riot has a deal going on right now where you can get a free mystery figure when you buy a figure yourself. If you've got more than one that you're looking to buy, or if you want to give the extra to your duo partner, now's the time to jump on the deal.
If you haven't seen any of the figures yet, we've got some of the best ones listed here. We'll stick to the basic $25 figures for fairness, and while these aren't ranked in any particular order, they're some of the best in the store.
To start things off, we've got a figure that's awesome to look at, though not quite as accessible now as people would like.
Listing the Baron figure is cheating the criteria just a bit as it was priced at $30 as opposed to the base $25 that most figures are, but it's impressive enough to deserve a spot. Part of the Series 2 line of figures, this one shows the Baron in all of his purple, multi-eyed ferociousness, created to commemorate the Battle for Baron event.
Unfortunately, if you're looking to pick up this figure now, you might have to look elsewhere on a third-party site like eBay since the figure has been retired. According to Riot's merch definitions, this means that it won't be sold again unless under special circumstances. The mystery figure that comes with the purchases isn't one of those opportunities either, as it explicitly says no retired figures will be included.prevnext
If a champion receives its second figure in the merch line that's based off a different skin, you can bet that it'll probably be one worth looking out for. A special edition figure and the second one that Jinx has received, this Firecracker Jinx figure shows off her explosive attitude with some crazy detail.
Featuring Jinx alongside her weapons that are painted in an antique style, this figure is impressive down to the smoky, swirling base.
As opposed to the Baron figure, you'll be happy to know that this one is very much available to buy. You might even have a chance to snag Jinx's other figure through the mystery figure option, or vice versa. If you're an ADC main on the fence about where to being your League collection, Firecracker Jinx is a prime place to start.prevnext
It should be no surprise that Gentleman Gnar makes this list, another champ that's received their second figure, the latest being based off the Gentleman skin line.
Another special edition figure, Gnar's sophomore addition to the merch line shows him in a more relaxed state, if that's ever even possible for the transforming Yordle. The comfortable chair he rests in actually has some signs of stress on the back in the form of claw marks that rake down the chair, a detail that shows both sides of Gnar.
Not too long ago, Riot released a promotional video for the figure to advertise it. It was creative, for sure, and is definitely worth the watch. Maybe if we get a third Gnar figure, they can show more of his wild side in his Mega Gnar state.prevnext
This big baldy would be the perfect support to keep nearby in your collection — imagine waking up each day and being able to see his smiling face and be reminded that the heart is the strongest muscle. It's almost impossible to see Braum in any way, especially as a figure, and not hear his voice that makes the champ who he is.
Aside from this figure having a fantastic mustache, Braum's shield is nothing to be ignored either. The shield looks like it can and already has taken a beating, and the detail on it is impressive.
Despite how great this Braum figure looks, there's one thing that looks like it could be added to make it perfect: A Poro companion. Regardless, if you're lacking a Freljord component to your collection, Braum will be more than happy to fill that role.prevnext
Plenty of other figures have impressive props to go with them, such as the previously shown shield that Braum wields, but for champs like Nami that have more creative props like water, a bit more flexibility is permitted in the figures.
The water that's included with the figure is somewhat translucent, and the all of the cool colors that Nami's known for having come together perfectly here. A bubble or two would've been nice to see coming out of the Tidecaller's weapon, but the water behind her could be the beginnings of a Tidal Wave, so she's got that going for her.
Sadly, like the Baron figure, this figure has been retired from the merch collection. It's still one of the best that the merch line offered, so it definitely deserves a mention here.
You can check out the full list of figures available from Riot Games' merch page by going here and finding one that works in your collection.prev