11 Rarest Apex Legends Wraith Skins Ever

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Apex Legends is a free-to-play battle royale hero-shooter game released in 2019 by Respawn Entertainment. Before starting the match, players establish squads with two or three persons and choose one of the pre-designed characters. 

Every Legend is diverse and has unique abilities, such as throwing a spinning snare, calling in an airstrike, or setting off an EMP to slow down enemies. This cross-platformer game unfolds in the same universe as the Titanfall series (made by the same developers). 

Apex Legends had over 100 million players by April 2021, making it one of the most played video games ever based on the player count. Many people love Apex Legends because it has flexible controls and distinctive characters and cares more about quality than quantity. 

However, players also enjoy this game because it uses stellar designs to entice them to continue playing. Wraith, the offensive Legend, combines stellar character development and 82 epic skins. 

This list will dive into these cosmetic items and discover what the rarest Apex Legends Wraith Skins are. 

11. Emerald Enchantress

Rarity: Common
Availability: Inactive
Apex Coins: 6000
Legend Tokens: N/A
Emerald Enchantress
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Emerald Enchantress is a recolor of Mistress of Evil. Even though this skin is quite common in the Legendary category, it is rare on a large scale. 

It belonged to the Wicked Wraith bundle, and players could acquire it during the Fight or Fright 2020 Event. However, Emerald Enchantress made a comeback in 2021, but fans expected that the skin would be more distinctive (e.g., the hat looks the same as the original one).

Did you know?

Apex Legends has diverse characters, but the player demographic is more homogeneous. The majority are male and under 35, and the youngest professional player is 16-years old. 


10. Final Sunset

Rarity: Common
Availability: It requires the Liberator to craft, and it made a comeback in March 2022
Apex Coins: 1800
Legend Tokens: 10500
Final Sunset
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Final Sunset belongs to the Legendary Exclusive category, making it one of the rarer skins in Apex Legends. The developers introduced it in 2019 in the Apex Item Store, and players required the Liberator and 10500 tokens to craft it.

After it became inactive, fans expressed their wish to see it back. Even though the Final Sunset skin has been available since March 2022, it’s unknown how long that will last.

Did you know?

Respawn Entertainment surprised the world with the release of Apex Legends in 2019. Everyone thought the devs were actually working on the third entry in the Titanfall franchise.


9. High Class

Rarity: Quite rare
Availability: Inactive since February 2021
Apex Coins: 950
Legend Tokens: N/A
High Class
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The skin wardrobe of this resilient character is highly diverse, and High Class proves it. This skin portrays Wraith as a high society member and enables her to stay dressed elegantly for as long as she wants, even if the battle is challenging. 

Apex Legends introduced the High Class in season seven to reward the players who passed level 25. Although the color scheme is minimalist, this is still the classiest skin in the game and is currently not active. 

Did you know?

Apex Legends follows the monetization approach called the battle pass, just like other battle royale games, including the Fortnite. Once players obtain the time-limited battle pass, they get rewards in the form of new cosmetic items, map changes, and additional gameplay elements.


8. Marble Goddess

Rarity: Quite rare
Availability: It returned in May 2022 in a bundle
Apex Coins: 1800
Legend Tokens: N/A
Marble Goddess
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Marble Goddess is a unique skin, and Apex Legends introduced it in 2020 during the season five Lost Treasures Collection Event. However, it made a comeback to the Apex Item Store in September 2021 and then in May 2022. 

Wraith looks different from all the other legends when she wears this skin. The combination of gold and white elements makes the Marble Goddess look high-end and menacing simultaneously. 

Did you know?

The Apex Legends development started in the spring of 2017, although the designers made the first sketches in 2016. This video game was Respawn Entertainment’s most labor-intensive project, requiring 115 developers compared to the Titanfall, which had only 85. 


7. Ringside

Rarity: Quite rare
Availability: Inactive
Apex Coins: 1800
Legend Tokens: N/A
Ringside
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The developers released Ringside during the Apex Legends X Market Store in November 2021. This feisty-looking skin was a part of a bundle and received mixed critics.

Some players believe it’s powerful and has a different flair due to being inspired by streetwear. However, others think this skin looks odd and that it doesn’t flatter Wraith’s physique. 

Did you know?

Every video game attracts people for a different reason. According to a 2019 survey, the majority (35 percent) play Apex Legends because they want to improve themselves, and 24 percent wish to earn more recognition.


6. Perfect Soldier

Rarity: Rare
Availability: Inactive since May 2020
Apex Coins: 950
Legend Tokens: N/A
Perfect Soldier
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Respawn Entertainment released the Perfect Solider as a part of the season four battle pass in 2020. This skin would turn Wraith into a skilled cyborg assassin and shares many similarities with Ash and Revenant, both simulacrums. 

Even though it might come across as simple at first sight, the Perfect Soldier has various fine details, and it can instill fear into Wraith’s enemies. This skin made it to the list due to no longer being available, and there’s no information about whether it will return.

Did you know?

Apex Legends reached the billion-dollar-game status long before its publisher, EA, expected. It passed the one-billion threshold in two years, but the 2022 stats show it made over two billion dollars. 


5. Airship Assassin

Rarity: Rare
Availability: It returned in May 2022
Apex Coins: 1800
Legend Tokens: 6500/10500
Airship Assassin
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Even though the Airship Assassin returned to the Apex Legends Item Store in May 2022, it was the most sought-after Legendary skin for a long time. Respawn Entertainment introduced it in June 2019 as an alternative color scheme to Void Specialist Wraith.

However, the game was still new, and players weren’t willing to spend $20 on a skin, forcing developers to remove the Airship Assassin. They reintroduced it during the 2020’s Black Friday sales and again two years later, but it’s unknown how long it will be available.

Did you know?

Apex Legends has received over 50 awards and nominations in the past three years. However, being awarded the Best Multiplayer Game in 2019 stays the most notable achievement.


4. Mistress of Evil

Rarity: Rare
Availability: Inactive
Apex Coins: 1800
Legend Tokens: N/A
Mistress of Evil
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The developers released this skin as a part of the 2019 Fight or Fright Event and later featured it in the same event in 2020 in a bundle. Mistress of Evil returned for a limited-time event in 2021 but is no longer active. 

This skin depicts Wraith as a witch and has a Halloween flair. Neither Mistress of Evil nor its skin recolor, Emerald Enchantress, are available, but they might come back in the future. 

Did you know?

The United States has the most significant Apex Legends player base (over 38 percent). Great Britain comes second with seven percent, and Russia takes third place with nearly six percent. 


3. Voidwalker

Rarity: Very rare
Availability: Inactive
Apex Coins: 1800
Legend Tokens: N/A
Voidwalker
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Apex Legends released the Voidwalker as a part of the Voidwalker Event in 2019, but it was called the Ghostwraith. This unique skin returned during the Summer of Plunder Sale in 2020 and again during the Summer Splash Sales 2021. 

Moreover, the developers introduced its skin recolor, Phasewalker, during the 2020 End of Year Sale. The Voidwalker has a Sci-Fi style, and its aesthetics differ from other Legendary skins.

Did you know?

Lifeline is the best character in the Top 100 Predators in Arenas and has a win rate of over 65 percent. Horizon comes second with 63.5 percent. 


2. Night Terror

Rarity: Very rare
Availability: Inactive
Apex Coins: N/A
Legend Tokens: N/A
Night Terror
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Apex Legends released the Night Terror during the special time-limited event called The Legendary Hunt in 2019. Players who could obtain it were the ones who owned the Wild Frontier Pass.

But they could also unlock the Night Terror if they reached level 15 before the end of the said 2019 event. This skin has a tribal warrior vibe and is no longer available, making it unique.

Did you know?

Crypto is the most efficient in the Top 100 Predators in Battle Royales, with a win rate of 18.9 percent. Rampart takes the second position, with a win rate of 18.8, making it a hardly noticeable difference.


1. Protector of the Void

Rarity: Very rare
Availability: Inactive
Apex Coins: 1800
Legend Tokens: N/A
Protector of the Void
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Respawn Entertainment released Protector of the Void during the Iron Crown Event in season two in 2019. The skin was available until August 2019 but returned to the shop during the Dark Depths Event in January 2022. 

Protector of the Void is no longer available, and most players consider it one of the rarest Apex Legends Wraith skins. This skin has a steampunk flair, and designers likely used the Vikings as inspiration.

Did you know?

Octane is the most popular character among players and has a pick rate of 11.6 percent. Wraith is the second favorite (11.3 percent), but the difference in the pick rate is rather insignificant. 

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