League of Legends Skins

Vladimir Skins in League of Legends! (LoL!)

Are you interested in purchasing Vladimir skins in League of Legends? Then look at the various bloodcurdling skins to choose from!

Looking for Vladimir Skins in League of Legends? There are five different skins available at the moment from the lol store, Count Vladimir, Marquis Vladimir, Vandal Vladimir, Nosferatu Vladimir, and Blood Lord Vladimir. Additionally, there are Custom skins available from other players user-submitted content. Custom Skins are free, yet original skins cost Riot Points, which are a currency that you must buy with real money. (Looking for where to find custom Vladimir skins? Want to know what custom skins are?  Go here to find out what they are and where to get them!)

Count Vladimir – 520 RP

Count Vladimir is a really cool skin for Vlad, it turns the bright red coat of the regular Vlad into a more sinister black, and changes his hair color to black as well. For only 520 RP, this is a quick and easy way into turning Vlad into even more of a Vampire than he was before! 



Vampire Vladimir Skin


I really like Count Vladimir, it’s cheap, and very effective. In fact, it’s the cheapest skin of the five Vladimir skins in League of Legends. With champions like Vladimir, They already look cool, so there’s no need for the more flashy skins honestly, this is a great choice in skin for anyone who is wanting to be a bit unique with Vladimir.


Marquis Vladimir – 975 RP

Marquis Vladimir turns Vladimir into an aristocrat, I really don’t know if I like this skin, it really goes against Vladimir’s aura but I guess it would appeal to the people who like more bright colors instead of the normal red/black vampirish ones. 

Vladimir Marquis Skin

Marquis Vladimir is for the players who don’t want to play Vladimir as an obvious vampire, just a more subtle vampire. :) His clothing is alot more colorful, and he’s alot more noticeable than the other skins. It’s a great skin if you’re wanting to be unique, I don’t think I’ve ever seen another person play this skin in my League of Legends games!


Vandal Vladimir – 975 RP

Vandal Vladimir looks really, really cool. In my opinion, his artwork makes him look a bit homosexual, but that’s just my opinion. He looks very cool in game, his hair is shaved on one side, and extremely long on the other. He’s pretty cool, yet he doesn’t ride around on a motorcycle in game! :)

Vladimir Vandal Skin

Vandal Vladimir is more of the punk-rockish vampire. He looks great, and costs a large sum of 975 RP to go along with it. If you want to make people a bit confused on what champion your playing, go with this skin, because it’s really hard to tell it’s Vlad unless you focus really hard or see the animations. :)


Nosferatu Vladimir – 975 RP (Limited Edition Halloween)

Nosferatu Vladimir is no longer available, but looks very cool nonetheless! If you were one of the lucky people who purchased this skin, I’m jealous! It looks great in game, and is very, very rare. 

Vladimir Nosferatu Skin

Nosferatu Vladimir looks really cool in game, he’s bald, and is your stereotypical Vampire. Hopefully they re-release it so that all us unlucky people that didn’t purchase it back then, will be able to get this! I really, really like this skin!


Blood Lord Vladimir – 1820 RP

Blood Lord Vladimir is the cream of the crop of the Vladmir skins in League of Legends. His graphics in game are AMAZING, he has new spell effects, even his bloody ball he carries around with him has been upgrade to look 100x cooler. All around, you’re paying 1820 RP for perfection.

Vladimir Blood Lord Skin

This skin blows away all of the other Vladimir skins, which it should, of course, because you’re paying 1820 RP for it. Check out this Youtube video by Riot: League of Legends: Blood Lord Vladimir Trailer that shows this skin in action!

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