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Whether you’re fresh to the game or a veteran of 10+ years, it’s never a bad idea to freshen up your choice of skin.
Granted there’s nothing wrong with the classics (Steve and Alex), but they don’t exactly stand out amongst the crowd.
Sometimes you’re in need of something that can strike fear into your enemies – or just look plain cool striking down zombies.
So the next time you’re looking for a fierce aesthetic in Minecraft, just keep some of these warrior skins saved and ready to go.
1. Samurai Armor
Log into your Realms looking as frightening as ever with this Samurai Armor from creator Waylew.
The Samurai skin has been done over and over, but this variation features an awesome palette of blood reds striped with gold.
If the color choices aren’t enough of a selling point, the skin’s traditional mempo, or demon mask, might win you over.
Whether you’re shift-clicking around corners to sneak up on your friends, or diving right into battle, you can’t go wrong with this oni-masked Samurai design.
2. Celtic Warrior
Sometimes you don’t want to cover up your freshly-downloaded skin with the default diamond or Netherite armor.
And with this Celtic-style warrior skin, you can show off some bare skin too.
There’s not much to lose so why not try it on? You can don the digs of a shaggy-bearded Celtic warrior, then dive into your next PvP server clad in nothing but leather pants and vines.
With this skin wrapped in earthen hues, you can be ready to blend into the jungle for your next fight.
Or maybe just hang out and till the soil of your latest pumpkin farm.
3. Medieval Huntress
Creator Minxu_ provides this Medieval Huntress skin, fully equipped with off-shoulder leathers and a bow on her back.
The skin’s deep purple hood frames the fierce yet pixelated face of a trained bowman.
You’ll be looking poised to take out spider and innocent friend alike.
While I can’t promise a download will come with a fully enchanted bow and a stack of arrows, you can certainly fake it ‘til you make it with this skin.
Or you can also take a peek at our list of archery skins too, if you’re into that sorta thing.
4. Armored Rainbow Warrior
If you can tell whether this rainbow warrior design is a futuristic mech suit, or a dark grey medieval suit of armor, then props to you – because I can’t.
Truth be told, I don’t particularly care if it’s either.
Because it’s so darn cool.
Between cracks in layers of black and grey armory, an iridescent rainbow peaks through.
It’s not every day that a skin has this much character and kinetic motion to it.
So this skin comes highly recommended for a unique warrior design.
5. Medieval Warrior Girl
We all dream of diving into battle, diamond sword in hand, right?
Well, I do.
And even if you don’t, you can with this brilliant medieval-themed gal.
Cloaked beneath deep blues and a pulled-down hood, this warrior girl skin has everything you’d want in fighting female form – right down to a diamond sword strapped to her back.
*Disclaimer* The sword is only part of the skin, so don’t expect any handouts. You’re still going to have to get that iron pick and dig straight down.
But with the skin, you can look good doing it.
6. Spartan Warrior
If you watched the movie 300 and thought to yourself, “I wish I could be one of those crazy cool soldiers, kicking people off cliffs and fighting hordes of CGI villains,” well you probably can’t do that.
BUT you can download this Spartan skin in full bronze armor and have some fun in Minecraft.
Designed by Kefka, this spartan warrior gives you the chance to live out your dream of holding your ground against a sky blotted out with arrows, just in blocky textures with arrows fired from skeletons.
7. The Armored King
Skin creator liassss brings us this custom armor-clad King skin, fresh from the Middle Ages.
Whether you’re a scholar of the Round Table, or just a Tolkien fiend, you can don the skin of this king in battle-ready armor.
Face off against the legion of creepers at your door in everything you see here:
Unique plate armor, a blue surcoat, and golden crown.
Just be sure to put on actual armor over it too.
8. Mercy (Overwatch)
Facsimile is too real and too big of a word to describe a pixelated Minecraft skin.
But this skin by creator Efflorescence is as close to an exact copy of a character as you’ll find in Minecraft.
Barring everything but extendable wings (which you can put on with an elytra), this is a perfect copy of Mercy from Overwatch.
So put on this skin and an elytra to float down from the heavens and rain healing upon your allies.
Or show your PvP server what Mercy can do in battle.
9. Depth of the Nether
The 1.16 Nether update in Minecraft completely revamped the realm, adding whole new biomes and color palettes to dive into and explore.
While the Nether remains as dangerous a place as ever, you can blend in seamlessly with this Depth of the Nether skin, made by creator SoulStab.
You’ll be clad in all the deep reds, purples, and aquamarines of the updated Nether.
It would be the perfect visage for your next Nether base.
Or it could work great as the last thing your enemies ever see. Your call!
10. Templar of Righteousness
Here’s an oldie but a goodie by halucid.
The Templar of Righteousness is as quintessential as a warrior skin can get.
It features a bold color scheme, extensive textural detail, and a downright awesome suit of armor.
Stand out amongst the crowds of Deadpools and Steves with this Templar skin, fit for a pixelated crusade or ten.