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Published: 1/Apr/2020 7:06 Updated: 1/Apr/2020 7:10by Isaac McIntyre
Philippino cosplayer Kitz Cua has made sure she’s ready for Easter in style, hopping into an amazing Battle Bunny Riven costume to make sure her chocolatey holidays are filled with a little League of Legends too.
Riven is one of the most popular champions in League of Legends. First released all the way back in 2011, the character known as “The Exile” is often seen as one of the key faces of the global MOBA sensation.
Combine Riven’s popularity with the fact the Easter holidays are on the horizon, and it makes perfect sense for cosplayers to hop into their recreations of the top laner’s Battle Bunny skin — which Kitz Cua has just done!
Cua shared her Noxus blademaster cosplay on Instagram in March, and it was soon met with bucket loads of praise. Fans were immediately impressed by the Twitch streamer’s attention to detail, as well as her super-accurate design.
Overall, the Riven cosplay shone when compared to the Battle Bunny splash art. Though Cua was missing a few of the minor details — the fighter’s ankle wrap, and her fluffy tail — nearly everything else was perfectly in-place.
Cua had even matched her stocking’s to Riven’s bright purple costume. The tight leather top was cut in the same way too. Her neck and tie was a perfect blend of white and black. She even boasted the cute white and pink bunny ears.
Perhaps the best details were the eye-catching centerpieces. The LoL cosplayer had made sure to bring Riven’s mega-sized carrot weapon — complete with the leafy hilt guard. She also donned the skin’s iconic bright red heels, just as sharp.
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The Philippino streamer’s take on one of The Exiles’ most popular skins isn’t the only time she’s delved into the world of League of Legends. She’s often found streaming the title on Twitch, and seems to have a major love for the world Riot has created.
Last month she produced a like-for-like costume of K/DA superstar Akali. Before that, Cua also unveiled a prestige Ahri cosplay, as well as a bright take on Lux’s ultimate Elementalist skin. She’s branched out into Disney characters too.