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Will Legendary skins ever been on sale?

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LovesRachaelRay

Senior Member

01-05-2011

I am sorry if I missed the memo on them not being on sale do to them being so unique, but I was wondering do legendary skins (contemplating on buying Gentleman Cho'gath) ever go on sale. Thank you for the reply.


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nutCollectoR

Senior Member

01-05-2011

They wouldn't be very legendary if they were subject to things like sales. (Although I guess you could say the same for the champions who go on sale - League of Sorta-Legends?)


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Metadigital

Senior Member

01-05-2011

In the past, the community didn't seem to like the idea of that happening.


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EmissaryShadow

Recruiter

01-05-2011

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Will Legendary skins ever been on sale?

You've got that rare future past tense going on there.
In answer to the question though, with exceptions like Red Baron Corki, no they do not usually go on sale.
I haven't seen a marketing guy say so, but other reds have guessed they want to preserve the rarity and exclusive feel by not discounting.


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KillinUrDoodz

Senior Member

01-05-2011

Quote:
EncasedShadow:
You've got that rare future past tense going on there.
In answer to the question though, with exceptions like Red Baron Corki, no they do not usually go on sale.
I haven't seen a marketing guy say so, but other reds have guessed they want to preserve the rarity and exclusive feel by not discounting.


It's called the future perfect

Also, the thread title is ungrammatical.


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