Faker has up to 3 Honor skins and surely his League of Legends nick doesn’t lack any skins, but he “criticizes”, so does BeryL.
Most League of Legends players will own a “genuine” LoL acc with all kinds of the best and rarest skins and almost never hit any champion but have to leave it as default. But Faker is one of the few players that likes to use the default skin when hitting any champion.
Faker has 3 honor skins and BeryL also has 2 honor skins, but both follow the “default is best” concept. Specifically, in a recent stream, BeryL said: “Although the new outfits are really nice, they don’t help much. And it seems that I’m getting older too, I feel like I’m growing up. More and more like Faker. Like I feel like if I didn’t bring skins to my champion, I would be able to play better.”
Faker has become a “brand” of never touching his skin even his Honor skin. Even Faker’s forte champions like Ryze or LeBlanc don’t have any skins he uses.
Costumes designed for each champion according to different themes are inherently a “specialty” of League of Legends and many gamers pour “a mountain of money” for League of Legends costume events, but really, skins are just for experience. Playing the game is more interesting, but it does not increase the strength of the champion. There are even people who collect the most beautiful, most expensive skins just to look at, but not touch that champion very often.
In fact, there are still some skins in League of Legends that make players feel more excited, bringing better experiences than usual, such as Cowboy Lucian, Dark Star Jhin or Ten Great Elemental Lux. .. However, just as BeryL or formerly Faker commented, the costume is an important factor but certainly will not be effective if the player does not practice his own skills.