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  • Lulu is the first champion to:
    • Be announced directly through an 'Art Spotlight'.
    • Be available for play on the PBE before her official release.
    • Have her own login screen and dedicated theme.
    • Use Silence iconDisarm icon polymorph (and so far the only one)
  • Lulu was the last champion to release with 2 skins alongside her Classic one.
  • Whimsy WhimsyHelp, Pix! Help, Pix!Lamb's Respite Lamb's Respite and  Tempered Fate Tempered Fate's are the only abilities in the game that can affect themselves, allies, and enemies.
  • Lulu's abilities grant debuffs whose text changes depending if her target is an ally or an enemy.
  • Lulu grabs her hat and flies on her staff when she casts Whimsy Whimsy on herself.
  • Lulu's production name was 'Waena the Suppordle' (a Support + Yordle portmanteau) [1].
    • Lulu is the diminutive of real-life Germanic name-element *hlūdaz "loud > famous".[2]
    • Pix is the diminutive of *puko from Germanic folklore (cf. spook).
  • Lulu and AnnieSquare Annie are the only champions to originate from a place only they come from (the The Glade and the Voodoo Lands respectively)


  • "Yup, that tasted purple" might be referencing Philip J. Fry from Futurama ("Did everything just taste purple for a second?")
  • In Polish localization she says "Po oczach ich, Help, Pix! Pix, po oczach!" ("Go for the eyes, Pix, for the eyes!") referencing Minsc and Boo from Baldur's Gate.


LuluSquare Classic Lulu [S|L]
  • She might be referencing Schierke from Berserk.
  • Whimsy Whimsy turns her enemies into two tailed squirrels known as Squills.
LuluSquare Bittersweet Lulu [S|L]
LuluSquare Wicked Lulu [S|L]
LuluSquare Dragon Trainer Lulu [S|L]
LuluSquare Winter Wonder Lulu [S|L]
LuluSquare Pool Party Lulu [S|L]
LuluSquare Star Guardian Lulu [S|L]


  • Lulu and VeigarSquare Veigar's friendship is based on both being outcast Yordle magicians.
  • Lulu and GnarSquare Gnar's friendship is based on their kind and playful nature.


  1. Grumpy Monkey reveals Lulu's previous name
  2. Orel, V. A Handbook of Germanic Etymology, p. 178