The latest cosplay by Cloud9 League of Legends pro Zachary ‘Sneaky’ Scuderi sees him portraying LoL champion Kai’Sa in her “K/DA” outfit.
As well as being one of the most storied and popular players in North American League of Legends, Sneaky has developed a reputation as a cosplayer. In particular, he’s known for his remarkably convincing cosplays of female game characters, typically League of Legends champions.
Some of his previous renditions include the “Pizza Party” version of Sivir, “Dark Elementalist” Lux, and a dual cosplay of the “lovers duo” – Xayah and Rakan – alongside Bae ‘Bang’ Jun-sik, with Sneaky portraying the former.
Sneaky and Bang as Xayah and Rakan at the 2018 All-Stars event.
Sneaky’s latest look sees him taking on the K/DA version of Kai’Sa. K/DA are the fictional K-pop group made up of Kai’Sa, Ahri, Evelynn, and Akali, responsible for the “Pop/Stars” song that Riot debuted at the 2018 World Championship.
Sneaky joins girlfriend Esther Lynn, a professional cosplayer who’s also responsible for Sneaky’s own outfits, and Hana Bunny, who appear as K/DA Ahri and Evelynn respectively.
Sneaky as K/DA Kai’Sa (L) with Esther Lynn as K/DA Ahri (R)
Hana Bunny as K/DA Evelynn (L) with Esther Lynn as K/DA Ahri (R)
With the LCS having returned for the 2019 season, Sneaky is also now back to competing on stage. Cloud9 had a reasonable opening week, trading 1-1 over their first two games, while Sneaky himself also entertained viewers with a rather bizarre moment that even left the referee lost for words.
The latest Teamfight Tactics update is upon us, ushering in a ton of new balancing updates to fan-favorite Champions alongside fresh reworks for various Traits in patch 10.21.
While Riot Games appeared comfortable with the state of TFT prior to the 10.20 patch, the latest update shakes things up once again.
A handful of Traits, Champions, and Runes have been adjusted in the 10.21 update to shake up the state of the game.
Expect the meta to be in flux as usual with new overhauls, as it could take a while to get comfortable with the new balance. Get caught up to speed with our complete overview of the patch down below.
Champions changed in TFT 10.21 patch
Azir has been buffed quite significantly in the latest update.
First up, when it comes to Champions, multiple have been adjusted in every tier. Most tweaks are quite small in the grand scheme of things, though some have been changed drastically.
In Tier 4, Ahri has taken quite a hit. Ability damage has been dropped massively, so you’ll need to take that into consideration in your next games. Similar can be said for all of Jhin’s abilities too, though to a lesser extent.