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So at the moment i know that we can get 5 free champions:

  • Alistar with skin Unchained (Subscribe LoL on Youtube)

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  • Tristana with skin Riot Girl (Like LoL on Facebook)

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  • Garen with skin DreadKnight (follow LoL on Twitter)

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  • Warwick with skin Grey (Refer 3 friends (they much reach lvl10))

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  • Twitch with skin Medieval (Refer 5 friends (they musch reach lvl10))

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Question

Are these the only champions/skins you can have for free?

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    I think these 5 are the only ones currently available. Pool party is going though, and if we reach enough points we will get a mystery champion and Mundo + skin for free. – Izzo Jun 17 '15 at 10:49
  • @Izzo reach enought points? which points? – msm.oliveira Jun 17 '15 at 10:51
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    You currently obtain points by winning premade matches with 5 people, and also by gifting things to others. na.leagueoflegends.com/en/page/features/team-up-pool-party – Izzo Jun 17 '15 at 10:53
  • Riot gave out Kayle in season 1, so it was free for me. In general, any time you get a skin and don't have the champion, you will get the champion as well. Mystery skins cannot give you a skin for a champion you don't own, though. – mbomb007 Dec 16 '16 at 18:12
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Those are the only skins (and champions) you can get for free at any time. There are however some skins that are gifted at certain events. Right now there is a community event that rewards every player with a Pool Party Mundo skins if the community reaches 55 Million points through winning matches and gifting skins.

Other than that Riot skins exist that are often given away for free at major events where Riot is participating (Gamescom, Pax, etc.).

For ranked players above gold there has been a Victorious skin every season so far and it's almost certain that this season it will be the same but the champion hasn't been confirmed yet.

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