Cosmetic Items are optional unlockable elements in Paladins that have no effect on gameplay and allow players to customize their experience with the game.
Most of these cosmetics can be directly purchased from the game's store either with Gold or Crystals, but there are also some that are unlocked through special promotions, events, rolled from Treasure Chests, or through daily bundles.
The Deal of the Day is a randomly generated set of 3 unowned cosmetic items of any kind sold with a price of 7.99$ that is replaced every 24 hours since the first time the player logged into the game. These bundles may contain some cosmetics from old promotions and events that can't be found anywhere else. Purchasing any of the items in a daily bundle individually will cancel the bundle.
Cosmetic Items can be equipped in the Customize tab in the champion's profile or in the Loadout tab in the player's profile, which is accessed by clicking the profile button at the bottom of the screen on the main lobby.
Categories[edit | edit source]
Cosmetic Items are categorized according to its rarity and obtainability.
Rarity[edit | edit source]
The Rarity indicates how rare a cosmetic item is. The rarer a cosmetic item the more expensive it will become, due to big changes of the item.
Obtainability[edit | edit source]
The Obtainability shows how easy it is to get the cosmetic item. Limited items can only be obtained in certain periods of time.
- These are regular cosmetics that are always available in the Store.
- These are unique cosmetics that are only available for a limited period of time, and once they are disabled, they can no longer be obtained through conventional means.
- These are unique cosmetics that are available for a limited time during an event, and, once the event ends, can be unlocked for the full event price.
Sprays[edit | edit source]
Sprays are a type of cosmetic item that are decals that players can apply to surfaces on any map, or 3D illusions that appear on top of the character's head. The spray function is bound to the Cosmetic Wheel.key by default. Players can choose which sprays their champions will use from the Loadout tab in the player's profile. The player can select up to four sprays with the
Avatars[edit | edit source]
Avatars are a type of cosmetic item that are small pictures for the player's profile which are displayed near the player name. Players can choose which Avatar is displayed from the Avatar tab in the player's profile.
Mount Skins[edit | edit source]
Mount Skins are a type of cosmetic item that will replace the look of the mount that a champion uses during matches. Players can choose what mount they'll use in a match at the champion selection screen.
Loading Frames[edit | edit source]
Loading Frames are a type of cosmetic item that allow players to customize the frame that surrounds their character during the match loading screen.
Death Stamps[edit | edit source]
Death Stamps are a type of cosmetic item that allow players to leave a Death Stamp, where they killed an enemy.
Titles[edit | edit source]
Titles are a type of cosmetic item that is equipped on the account profile screen. Once equipped, they will display a text under the player's name.
Music Packs[edit | edit source]
Music Packs are a type of cosmetic item that replace the default background music with a new one. Players can choose which music pack they want to use from the account profile screen.
Announcer Packs[edit | edit source]
Announcer Packs are a type of cosmetic item that replace all of the default announcer's non VGS lines with new ones. Players can choose which announcer pack they want to use from the account profile screen.
Champion specific Cosmetic Items[edit | edit source]
Champion Skins and Weapon Skins[edit | edit source]
Champion Skins allow players to customize the look of their Champions while weapon skins change the appearance of the weapon they use. These items can be equipped and changed through the Customize tab in the champion's profile. Weapons and champion skins can be mixed and matched.
These item pairs are generally bundled together into collections. Emotes, MVP poses or sprays associated with a collection will usually also be unlocked along with the champion and weapon skins.
A list of skin collections can be found here: Collections by champion
Rarity[edit | edit source]
Skins are separated in different tiers, each tier having more customized elements and higher cost than the previous one:
Voice Packs[edit | edit source]
Voice Packs are cosmetic items that replace the default announcer's VGS (Voice Guided System) voice lines when playing a Champion. Each Voice Pack is bound to each Champion and can't be used with any of the other ones.
Voice Packs cost 200 Crystals or 60,000 Gold per Champion and will unlock their current and future Voice Packs automatically. These Packs not only grant custom voice lines for the character, but if available, they also unlock the set of VGS voice lines for any Skins owned for that Champion in particular.
Prior to the removal of the Parts and Pieces system, Voice Packs could be used with any Skin associated with the Champion interchangeably. Today, players can choose which set of voice lines they'll use in a match at the champion selection screen, where they have the option to pick between "Default" (which uses the default announcer's voice), "Champion" (which uses the default voice set for that champion), or "Skin" (which uses the voice set for the champion skin chosen).
Owning the Founder's Pack automatically unlocks every Champion Voice Pack for all current and future Champions in the game.
Emotes[edit | edit source]
Emotes replace the default emotes of a champion. Each emote is exclusive to each champion and can't be equipped by any other one. Players can choose which emotes a champion will use from the Customize tab in the champion's profile. The player can select up to four Emotes with the Cosmetic Wheel.
MVP Poses[edit | edit source]
MVP (Most Valuable Player) poses replace the default pose used by a champion on the after match screen. It is also used on the player selection lobby for the 4 teammates' characters. Each MVP pose is exclusive to each champion and can't be equipped by any other one. Players can choose which MVP pose a champion will use from the Customize tab in the champion's profile.
Mastery Items[edit | edit source]
- Mastery MVP /
- Becomes available after reaching mastery level 5 or higher with a champion.
- Mastery Emote /
- Becomes available after reaching mastery level 9 or higher with a champion.
- Obsidian Collection /
- Becomes available after reaching mastery level 14 or higher with a champion.
- Cosmic Collection /
- Becomes available after reaching mastery level 20 or higher with a champion.
- Golden Collection
- These skin collections are rewarded after reaching mastery level 50 with a champion.
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