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Janna and Miss Fortune’s designs in Wild Rift may have been intended as censorship, but they kinda look better and should be adapted to the PC version

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Now, let me start here by saying that no, I don't like censorship, I hate how Evelynn, which is pretty much a fucking succubus, is covered in some of her splash arts in other regions (covered by shadows, but still) and I still think Graves losing his cigar for as long as he did was absolutely stupid. As such, please understand that I'm not asking for every character that has skin exposed to suddenly start being completely covered, okay?

Now, with that disclaimer out of the way, here are
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Janna and
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Miss Fortune in LoL Wild Rift, and keep in mind that these models are used only as a way to show off, and they are not actually the ones used in gameplay, however, the ones used in gameplay have been altered to use the same costume, so I'm showing them more for reference. Also, keep in mind that I'm only suggesting these adaptations because they're minor changes from the current model, because I actually think both characters could really use a major visual and voiceover update.

Honestly, I never really liked Janna's model in particular. She is an a spirit of wind, but her costume doesn't really give the idea of a spirit. Now, don't get me wrong, I'm not talking about nudity here, because, realistically, nudity makes a lot more sense in a spirit character than clothes, simply because spirits generally don't give a crap about society's rules, however, this is a game played by kids, so we can't have Janna showing off her human private parts. The thing is, the dress not only looks a lot more elegant, which is more fitting for a character like Janna (ignoring her stupid joke lines), but it makes sense for the idea of a wind enchanter as well, since the dress would move with the wind. I know Janna has those pieces of cloth attached to her bikini, but they feel so random, like they were slapped there for that reference, but even then, it still feels just like a bikini.

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Now, for Miss Fortune, I don't really have much to comment aside from just being more logical, her current design doesn't really fit her current lore. Despite what LoR's voicelines may indicate, she is a quite serious character, and considering she is basically the boss in Bilgewater, as well as the captain of a ship, I think the shirt makes her look a little more serious than her current top. Hell, I actually would prefer if her Captain Fortune skin was her default one, because that is the one they used in the LoR cinematic and its kinda fitting for her job, but I doubt Riot would give that skin away like that.

They probably meant for those characters to be censored, but I think, in these cases, at least, that actual improvements were made and that both of them look much better in Wild Rift, even if we ignore the "show off" models. And considering how similar they are, I think they could be adapted to the main PC game quite easily if the response from the community is positive.

EDIT: This video makes good comparisons between the models, keep in mind that it's comparing the LoL gameplay models to the Wild Rift "show off" models. Janna appears at 1:07 and Miss Fortune at 1:40.

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