Milio, an Ixal enchanter, and Naafiri, a Darkin assassin, are the next League of Legends champions to be released on the Rift by Riot Games this year.
Riot has unveiled every new addition coming in League of Legends season 13 as the season approaches. In terms of new champions, Riot has confirmed four new champions for Season 13 in the newest Dev vid for Season 2023, and we can officially confirm the first two champions, Milio and Naafiri.
Milio, the Ixal enchanter
Milio, the new male enchanter champion, arrives from the remote city of Ixtal. Milio travels from his home to Ixtal’s cardinal ackn with his trusty bag and the hopes and dreams of his family on his back.
Milio is skilled in elemental magic, and in particular, he has a profound knowledge of the fire precept, employing the element to heal and buff allies rather than hurt.
Ixtal is well-known for the mastery of elemental magic. Ixtali grew apart from the rest of the world after surviving several conflicts in Runeterra, such as the Void and the Darkin War.
Naafiri, the Darkin assassin
The new Darkin, Naafiri, will be a mid-lane assassin designed for players that like to focus on the game’s macro play rather than complicated tactics. Naafiri and her dagger will very certainly be a difficult opponent for both gamers and Darkin alike.
Naafiri’s first reaction after waking up is to seek out her brothers and sisters. But she won’t be alone in her search, since Riot alluded of Naafiri having several bodies and utilizing them to find more Darkin as well as a source of knowledge.
From many previous leaks, the champion will have the form of a hound dog. Till now, we don’t know for sure about this information, but we can be certain that she will have a high level of omnivamp or healing skills.
Although it is unclear when the two champions will be introduced, players may expect to see either Milio or Naafiri in a few months when the next event is scheduled to begin.