Teamfight Tactics Little Legends – Skins List, How-to Get Them, Eggs

We're taking a look at all of the Little Legends cosmetics you can find in Teamfight Tactics!

Our Teamfight Tactics Little Legends List Guide features each and every one you can collect in TFT! We've got a full look at how-to obtain these critters/avatars/skins, as well as in-game and promo shots of them. We'll also take a look at what Egg options are available, and how-to upgrade a specific variant and type!

What is a Little Legend?

Little Legends are the small little character you can control in the game while your units are doing battle against your opponents! You also use this character to pick out your champions in the draft/carousel rounds. Your character will emote and even dab on your fallen foes when you get a victory. Basically, it's a small cosmetic that can be customized and changed. You can collect different types and styles, and each one has multiple tiers. There are currently six different types: Silverwing, Furyhorn, Runespirit, Hauntling, Molediver, and Featherknight. You can find more details about how they were created in Riot's post about them.

How-to Get Little Legends

You start out with the River Sprite for free as your default avatar! There's also going to be a free one included in the upcoming TFT Beta Pass. After you play a few games, you'll be able to select from Silverwing, Runespirit, or Molediver as an option. After that, however, it looks like you will need to pay some cash to get the ones you want. These are unlocked via Eggs (Loot Boxes). You can purchase eggs of a series that will contain one of three of the currently six available types. Each of those types has six different variants that you might get. You can narrow down the variant buy purchasing a specific egg of the one you might want, but they aren't all available to purchase in that way.


  • Series 1 Rare Egg (Random Furyhorn, Hauntling, or Silverwing) - 490 Riot Points
  • Series 2 Rare Egg (Random Featherknight, Molvediver, or Runespirit) - 490 Riot Points
  • Little Legend Egg (Specific Type) - 750 Riot Points
  • 10+1 Little Legends Series 1 Rare Eggs - 4,900 Riot Points
  • 10+1 Little Legends Series 2 Rare Eggs - 4,900 Riot Points

How-to Get Riot Points

The only real way to get Riot Points is to purchase them with real money. Here's a break out of how much they cost:

  • 650 RP - $5.00 USD
  • 1,380 RP - $10.00 USD
  • 2,800 RP - $20.00 USD
  • 5,000 RP - $35.00 USD
  • 7,200 RP - $50.00 USD
  • 15,000 RP - $100.00 USD

How-to Upgrade

Each one currently has three tiers, just like the champions in game have stars. To upgrade one of these, you have to have a particular variant, and then obtain that same variant from an egg. That will level it up to the next tier! So, if you were to purchase three Molten Furyhorn Eggs, it would tier up each time you opened one. The good news is that if you have a specific variant fully leveled up, you will NOT receive it in a random Egg again. That means, you should always get a unique variant you don't already own, or an upgrade to one that isn't maxed out.

Little Legends List

Here's a full list of all the Little Legends you can collect in the game. Each one of them has three tiers, you'll start at tier one, and if you open up the same one via an egg, it will level up to the next tier! Once you have one fully tiered, you will no longer receive them in eggs.

Here's a good video that shows off all of them with their emotes (there's images of them all below):



Pengu Featherknight In-Game
Pengu Featherknight Promo


Ravenlord Featherknight In-Game
Ravenlord Featherknight Promo

True Ice

True Ice Featherknight In-Game
True Ice Featherknight Promo

Extra Spicy

Extra Spicy Featherknight In-Game
Extra Spicy Featherknight Promo


Cheeper Featherknight In-Game
Cheeper Featherknight Promo


Sakura Featherknight In-Game
Sakura Featherknight Promo



Molten Furyhorn In-Game
Molten Furyhorn Promo


Void-Marked Furyhorn In-Game
Void-Marked Furyhorn Promo


Willowbark Furyhorn In-Game
Willowbark Furyhorn Promo


Lionheart Furyhorn In-Game
Lionheart Furyhorn Promo


Sugarcone Furyhorn In-Game
Sugarcone Furyhorn Promo


Tundra Furyhorn In-Game
Tundra Furyhorn Promo



Demacian Silverwing In-Game
Demacian Silverwing Promo


Lost Silverwing In-Game
Lost Silverwing Promo


Tropical Silverwing In-Game
Tropical Silverwing Promo


Rosebloom Silverwing In-Game
Rosebloom Silverwing Promo


Dawnglow Silverwing In-Game
Dawnglow Silverwing Promo

Snow Cherry

Snow Cherry Silverwing In-Game
Snow Cherry Silverwing Promo



Shadowmask Hauntling In-Game
Shadowmask Hauntling Promo

Dark Matter

Dark Matter Hauntling In-Game
Dark Matter Hauntling Promo


Toxic Hauntling In-Game
Toxic Hauntling Promo

Lunar Claw

Lunar Claw Hauntling In-Game
Lunar Claw Hauntling Promo


Fireborn Hauntling In-Game
Fireborn Hauntling Promo



Toxic Molvediver In-Game
Toxic Molvediver Promo


Clumsy Molvediver In-Game
Clumsy Molvediver Promo

Fresh Water

Fresh Water Molvediver In-Game
Fresh Water Molvediver Promo


Skydance Molvediver In-Game
Skydance Molvediver Promo


Blazebattle Molediver In-Game
Blazebattle Molediver Promo


Soft-Nosed Molediver In-Game
Soft-Nosed Molediver Promo



Sakura Runespirit In-Game
Sakura Runespirit Promo


Glacial Runespirit In-Game
Glacial Runespirit Promo

Black Mist

Black Mist Runespirit In-Game
Black Mist Runespirit Promo


Seedling Runespirit In-Game
Seedling Runespirit Promo


Brambleback Runespirit In-Game
Brambleback Runespirit Promo


Sentinel Runespirit In-Game
Sentinel Runespirit Promo
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