Who would have thought that one day there would be a day when Hunter Stellaron Kafka would step into the world of League of Legends with the skill set of Bounty Hunter Samira.
Bounty hunter Samira in League of Legends is one of the famous generals with a key role in the team. Not only because of his shape, Samira is also popular with many players because of his ability to create mutations in extremely good combat.
However, did you know that somehow Samira’s skill set has a strange resemblance to a very popular character from the famous gacha game Honkai Star Rail?
League of Legends skin mod for Samira to become Kafka
Specifically, recently a Russian “designer” posted a video on his personal Youtube channel with the content of a costume mod for general Samira.In this mod, Samira will be transformed into The famous Hunter Stellaron Kafka comes from the turn-based game Honkai Star Rail.
In the video, the Stellaron Hunter image looks oddly suited to Samira. Characteristic animations such as Samira’s coin toss at the enemy also proved to be very suitable for Kafka’s image in Honkai Star Rail.
The most notable point in this Samira Kafka mod skin is the scene using her Ultimate. According to many players, the animation when using Samira’s Ultimate looks really well with Kafka when Kafka’s Ultimate is also a scene where she launches a series of shots while turning around in combat.
This skin mod has quickly attracted the attention of the community. Some League of Legends gamers think that, while out there, Riot Games is starting its purge on accounts that have mod skin behavior, here we are not modding the in-game skin, but we completely customize it. characters from other games.
The modding of skins like this is inherently not a strange thing in League of Legends. In fact, a long time ago, players were able to manually mod unique skins for champions in League of Legends in many ways.
Gamers can use third-party applications to apply skin mods to the game. In addition, they can also do manual skin mods by downloading the data files of the skin and then making some changes directly in the game’s files on the device.
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However, either way, the current skin modding is still one of the controversial categories in the community. In addition, the risk that comes with being scanned by Riot Games and permanently banned is completely possible, so gamers also need to be careful when modding any skin in League of Legends.
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