League of Legends Aurelion Sol ult spawns Lee Sin, because why not

With Riot's huge League of Legends Aurelion Sol rework dropping in patch 13.3, the MOBA's players have spotted that one of his skins casually summons Lee Sin.

League of Legends Aurelion Sol ult spawns Lee Sin, because why not: A shirtless man with choppy white hair wearing a golden mask charges up a punch using the spirit of a clue Chinese dragon that is coiled around him

Yes, you read that right folks, following the League of Legends Aurelion Sol rework players can now spawn a Lee Sin if they’ve equipped the right skin. I too thought this was a joke upon first glance, but this is actually an amazing easter egg that will make avid fans of the MOBA crack a smile.

As dedicated LoL players know, Riot is very careful when it comes to weaving its different in-game universes together. Characters donning the Wild West-themed High Noon skins will challenge each other to a good ol’ showdown amidst the non-existent tumbleweed, and the lovable Star Guardians will greet their fellow teammates with a smile.

With the new Aurelion Sol rework, Riot has added a new interaction between Storm Dragon Aurelion Sol and Storm Dragon Lee Sin, but it’s not just a casual conversation or snippy exchange of words – it’s probably one of the best additions to the game I’ve seen in a long time.

When casting Aurelion Sol’s new ultimate, Falling Star / The Skies Descend, there’s a 1% chance that Storm Dragon Lee Sin will spawn in the sky, crashing down upon the space puppy’s enemies and obliterating anyone unfortunate enough to within range.

As seen in SkinSpotlights’ video below, if he fails to hit anyone he hits the ground with force, splattering into a tangled set of limbs before fading into the earth. Ouch.

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As a secret Aurelion Sol fan (I love him, but can’t play mid) I am absolutely obsessed with this fun little addition. Given that one of his ultimate voice lines is “I’m going to throw a star at you now, good luck,” this playful little easter egg perfectly encapsulates the spirit of the sassy Star Forger, giving him more personality than he had before – and he had bags of it.

I don’t own the Storm Dragon skin, but I may just have add it to my collection – yet another reason for me not to check how much I’ve spent on League of Legends. It’s worth collecting the last of the current League of Legends Prime Gaming rewards, though – after all, you may get lucky and scoop up the skin.