2021 is getting ready to be a big one for League of Legends’ mobile-based cousin, Wild Rift.

Not only will the MOBA see its very first official ranked season this year, but Wild Rift will finally be preparing for a professional esports scene also.

Furthermore, the recently-launched title will witness 2 champion releases monthly. With the launch of the Yordle Expedition, Lulu is all set to strike the rift as a support/sorcerer.

Lulu’s package is basically the same in Wild Rift, and her shift from League of Legends has been a rather smooth one.

Furthermore, Lulu will be concerning Wild Rift with 2 additional skins, consisting of Dragon Trainer Lulu and Wicked Lulu.

Pix fires wonderful bolts of energy whenever the champ he’s following attacks another enemy system. These bolts are homing however can be obstructed by other units.

Pix and Lulu each fire a bolt of wonderful energy that greatly slows all opponents it strikes. An enemy can only be damaged by one bolt.

If cast on an ally grants them Assault Speed and Movement Speed for a brief time. If cast on an opponent turns them into a charming animal that can’t attack or cast spells.

If cast on an ally, commands Pix to jump to an ally and shield them. He then follows them and aids their attacks. If cast on an enemy, commands Pix to jump to an opponent and harm them. He then follows them and grants you vision of that opponent.

Lulu enlarges an ally, knocking neighboring opponents into the air and granting the ally a large quantity of reward health. For the next few seconds, that ally gains an aura that slows close-by opponents.