Some great mysteries about League of Legends are in the material canceled. The list of Skins or champions that never saw the light in the title of Riot Games is particularly extensive due to the inexperience of the developer during his early years in charge of the game. However, not all discarded projects went to fret for lack of quality. Some have much more curious stories: this is the case that was the most fun cosmetic that never started .
a Skin Troll canceled by a good reason
Browsing the game code to try to find out more about a trundle that was at the time the new champion, the community found a new cosmetic very particular. The champion who was going to receive it was Real and, although there were not many details that could indicate an imminent release, yes a palette appeared with all the textures of the Skin. In it, the different elements that should have formed the final appearance could be seen perfectly.
It is likely that in first instance the cosmetic does not remember anything and seem simply a more skin for an real that will soon receive its aspect number 16. However, the goal was to honor to Rick Ashley in his mythical song Never Going to Give You Up , a mythical theme in the history of the Internet that was already used for ‘trolling’ to people. There are enough evidence, since all clothing recreates the appearance of the singer in her famous video clip that exceeds one billion visits on YouTube.
The tests are consistent, since everything seemed to fit perfectly with the original model of the character. However, it also seems evident the reason why Riot Games could have ruled out and never saw the Light in League of Legends: the Demand for image rights could be seen from afar. It had to be prudent because by then it would have been difficult to assume, although Riot Games ended up committing that failure equally in a cosmetic that would arrive years later.