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Yorick

nullThese isles… How they scream.
The last survivor of a long-forgotten religious order, Yorick is both blessed and cursed with power over the dead. Trapped on the Shadow Isles, his only companions are the rotting corpses and shrieking spirits that he gathers to him. Yoricks monstrous actions belie his noble purpose: to free his home from the curse of the Ruination.
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Undertaker Yorick

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Following on the footsteps of the shared splash art of Iron Inquisitor Kayle, Cursed Nocturne and Black Plague Singed this splash art borrows the same conception. Considering how attractive and suitable it is there’s nothing to complain about. The sketch with magically burning borders giving way to a painting doesn’t get boring, yet, and presents a sensible graveyard for Yorick to roam at night. With a full moon and all kinds of gravestones and vaults there’s a varied territory to cover as well as the odd corpse that refuses to stay dead.
Shrouded in a mantle of mist we find Yorick carrying his heavy burden. The great shading which, reveals many details like folds and twirls on cloth and cape alike, catches the eye. The great use of moonlight is also appreciated though the lamp’s light seems to have too localised an effect. The metal doesn’t always glint under the light as expected, like his partially visible spade, so it can look sketchy. The gravestone on his back is also too polished and can be mistaken for metal which is a peculiar mix-up. The mask doesn’t completely resemble metal but looks thick as to offer good protection. Still, the ambiguity adds a bit of mystery in this specific case. That indecisiveness at displaying materials doesn’t work with the cloth and leather as they aren’t clearly identifiable despite all the detail. Nevertheless, it’s quite a good portrayal even if it isn’t that clear about his look; because of pose and mist.
All in all, this is a piece that presents a vivid portrayal against an attractive setup of a classic background. Even if there are borrowed successes the result is attractive. There are problems as the twisted pose doesn’t allow a good view of Yorick yet doesn’t say anything in particular either; the shroud of mist also does what it can to conceal further elements like the all-important spade. That said, the splash art surely manages to be a strong presentation card.
Less dark fantasy and more elegant with a dash of steampunk. The suit incorporated by Undertaker Yorick offers a rather elegant and clean style that is as classy as it is extravagant. It has to be admitted that the suit is nice and despite some exaggerated terminations and overabundance of folds it seems quite stylish and fitting. The spade seems to have been etched to resemble an axe which is a bit unexpected but more realistic as a weapon. Besides, undertakers don’t dig graves. The mask is a bit eccentric but suits the overall aesthetic of muted horror. The lamp hanging from his neck looks capricious even if its presence is understandable. The tombstone he carries on his back is a necessary exaggeration that is adapted into a demonic skull. It doesn’t match anything on the rest of the design, though, but is attractive and continues the general feel.
Ultimately, Undertaker Yorick is stylish to the point of being fanciful. However, given the classic legacy it needs to adapt it manages to be extravagant without being ridiculous. The sense of dread implicit in the design is a good touch that manages to tie up all ends and make for a rather attractive and elegant mortician. With such classy eccentricity, Undertaker Yorick is a skin well worth paying attention to.

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Pentakill Yorick

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As with other groups of skins, Pentakill has a splash art shared among its members. Realizing the consequences of such decision we find that the piece doesn’t really make up for it with astounding quality. The background is suggestive, at best, of twisted constructs between peaks. Add to that a rock platform with some engraved runes in some places and we have the whole of the setting. At the centre we find the famous metal band with all its members. As a poster their depiction is acceptable but nothing out of the ordinary. There’s the usual tough attitude and display of might but it all feels superficial. What might be serious is the arbitrary fog that diffuses parts of the bodies of the champions.
Concerning each champion we find that: Yorick seems strangely eager for an undead, Mordekaiser struggles to be noticed behind the other members and the flames, Karthus looks rather vivid and imposing, Sona aloof and distant while Olaf struggles like Mordekaiser at the back. For the most part, the portrayals don’t capture much of what makes each member unique in the band. Besides, in some cases, Sona in particular, they appear to be at odds with their natural personality. Ultimately, it serves as a band poster for Pentakill but as a splash art it doesn’t do much.
Pentakill Yorick adapts the Gravedigger into a guitarist rather well. The clothes are nothing groundbreaking but work well. There’re necessary accessories like a fanciful decorated top hat, adorning spiked wristbands, open jacket with ripped sleeves and the unavoidable arm-long tattoo. The spade looks quite good turned into an electric guitar. Its sharp and long design makes it look more like a bass but it’s an attractive shape. The face is mostly hidden by the top hat with a bit of beard on the chin and long hair on the sides. Overall, there’s nothing unexpected. The cloak of mist makes for an evocative cape which added to the Pentakill logo on the back brings a good dose of glam rock into the design. Even though preposterous, it’s suitable and rounds the adaptation effectively.
The fire particles also fit the theme but their brief use in the abilities feels like a missed opportunity. They don’t mesh well with the monstrous wall of Dark Procession, the ethereal Mist Walkers or the ominous Maiden of the Mist. These models are unmodified, sans some fire added to the Maiden, so their dark aesthetic clashes with the brighter fire. The new particles add a different style but the particle department feels unfinished. Given as the abilities rely much more on the Walkers and the Maiden rather than the particles, the changes feel partial: too much of the classic version is used. Flowing flames, instead of yellowish glows, would’ve better rounded the particle changes. Additionaly, the spiked bracers that Mist Walkers sport are too subtle a link to the theme.
The new music added to the dance is a small gesture that is welcomed yet seems insufficient in adding to the musical concept. The auto-attacks receive a strident sound of electric strings and a wild cry welcomes the Maiden. Those are the timid contributions to the explicit musical base of the skin so there’s ample room, mostly empty, to develop the concept.
In the end, Pentakill Yorick is effective in general but leaves a bad impression under closer inspection. Fans of Slash, hard rock or Pentakill may want to consider it but be advised to give it a good look to avoid any disappointments. The general concept is effectively presented but not in the best of ways.

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