Firefox Ahri cosplay lights up the League of Legends night

Dustin Steiner
Riot Games

If there’s one thing that always sets the League of Legends community on fire, it’s a good cosplay. This impressive effort from cosplayer Kitsuneaposa nails Firefox Ahri, one of the kitsune assassin’s classic skins. 

While Kistuneraposa has been a cosplayer since 2011, her latest creation will be of extreme interest to Ahri fans and fans of League of Legends in general.

The skilled cosplayer also plans to make Arcade Ahri, as well as Ahri’s classic look, come to life next.

“As soon as I have time, I already intend to take photos of classic Ahri, and bring her back to live events,” she said in an Instagram post. “I’ve already remade pretty much all of it.”

Firefox Ahri was one of the kitsune assassins first skins introduced to League of Legends when she debuted back in December of 2011. Since then, the skin has gone on to become one of the most popular choices for streamers and casual players alike, especially for those with a firey disposition.

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The skin retails for 975 RP through the Riot shop and is also available through random drops in League of Legends’ Hextech chest system.

The skin features new flame particles for her orb and tails, new particles for her auto-attack, Orb of Deception, Fox-Fire, and Spirit Rush.

Kitsuneaposa specializes in Ahri looks, but she has also has taken to the stage as Overwatch’s D.Va with an impressive effort bringing to life the pro gamer turned defender of Seoul:

The second edition of her Tifa Lockhart cosplay from Final Fantasy 7 also got cheers during a recent cosplay contest, according to her Instagram feed:

Kitsuneraposa will surely be a cosplayer to watch as we move into 2020, especially for fans of Ahri, if her Instagram feed is anything to judge by. The question is, will she be able to hold on to her title of the Queen of Ahri before the year is out?

About The Author

Dustin joined Dexerto as the US Content manager, bringing a wealth of experience in esports journalism and leading the US editorial team. During his time with Dexerto, the website won esports coverage site of the year for 2019.