The Arcana skins are the next line to come to League of Legends, these skins are heavily influenced by tarot cards, with their fortune-telling theme and the cards for their recalls. Tarot cards are also referred to as arcana, with a full deck of 22 known as the major arcana, hence the name of the skin line.
Arcana Camille - 1350 RP
Poised precariously above the city, on the edge of High Arcana, Camille's power comes from surprise and defying expectations. Her patterns seem confusing and alarming-- even perilous-- to those who cross her path, but they always resolve to her benefit. When burdened on the brink, Camille is at her strongest, but no one truly knows what she plans to use all that strength for...
Arcana Camille's splash art isn't on the PBE yet
Arcana Lucian - 1350 RP
Lucian believes in balance: that no one Archetype should have excessive influence on the world. With one gun amplifying patterns and the other canceling them out, Lucian maintains the world's fragile order within the new power vacuum-- even as the likes of Tahm Kench move to fill it.
Arcana Tahm Kench - 1350 RP
The epitome of power and opulence, Tahm Kench's power drips from his tongue. Its ornate patterns captivate and cajole his listeners. He leverages those he rules, staking his power to ensure the patterns always shift in his favor-- "correcting" his subjects who have gone astray.
Arcana Xerath - 1350 RP
Ensnared by his own desires, Xerath leads citizens of Low Arcana to act on their basest urges. The more they are entranced by the forbidden, the more his power grows. But while Xerath believes their temptation will lead to his deliverance, he does not realize that the stronger he becomes, the more tightly his chains bind him.
All these skins have new models, VFX, and SFX. They all follow the same theme of gold and red colour schemes, mixed with mythic iconography.
Each of the Champions also have a recall, which turns them into a tarot card. Xerath seems to become Wheel of Fortune (Arcana X) and Lucian Justice (Arcana VIII). Camille hangs upside down, potentially representing The Hanged Man (Arcana XII), and Tahmn Kench sits on a throw, reminiscent of The Emperor (Arcana IV).
Each skin comes with eight Chromas too – we do not have a release date yet.
Previously slated for a 2020 release, the series was delayed due to the COVID-19 outbreak. We now have a trailer as well as when to expect it.