Caitlyn is voiced by Kirsten Potter, who also voices .
Caitlyn was the first champion released in 2011.
Caitlyn's name comes ultimately from Greek Αἰκατερίνα/η.
Caitlyn and , likely as well, shared the same namesake, possibly Pre-Greek goddess .
Hecate Caitlyn's accent is a spoken in south of Received Pronunciation .
England Caitlyn is one of a handful of champions who can apply crowd control on themselves, the others being , , , , , , and .
Caitlyn's rifle can be seen in the trailer for the game's Mac version.
A can be seen shortly after.
Caitlyn has the longest base basic attack range in the game at .
Her dance and taunts resemble several rifle moves in modern corps.
Color guard actually fires at the target's head; this is most noticeable with large targets like .
During development she was called Emeria.
Early explorations had her be an ability that could spawn brushes. This was however avoided for weird interactions in lane, with monsters, and more... Later implemented in .
Caitlyn's appears to be a bear trap with a for bait.
calling her 'Cupcake' might allude to Caitlyn's choice for Yordle bait.
When Caitlyn and Vi are on the same team, they are granted the cosmetic buff . This buff gives them extra when they score a gold together.
If there is a on the enemy team, Caitlyn gets the cosmetic debuff This debuff displays a counter of 'criminals apprehended' (kills/assists scored against Jinx).
"My my, does your dear grandniece know what ' implies that Camille is Caitlyn's arch-nemesis.
' has been up to?"
Caitlyn has multiple quotes that reference films/TV shows/music:
Caitlyn constantly references The Remembrances, a possible hint to .
Minority Report "Alright you primitives, listen up. This is my Boomstick." references ( Army of Darkness "Alright you Primitive Screwheads, listen up! You see this? This... is my Boomstick!").
"If faulty, please return to the Ministry of Love." references , also known as Nineteen Eighty-Four by 1984 .
George Orwell "I'm the pun police, and you're under arrest." references .
Sonic SatAM "Do you feel lucky, punk?" references .
Dirty Harry "Where I'm going, I don't need roads.", "Where I'm going, I don't need hats.", and "I dont want to talk about time travel. It always ends in diagrams." reference .
Back to the Future "This truly is their darkest timeline." references the episode " Remedial Chaos Theory" from the sitcom .
Community "It's just a jump to the left." references the song " The Time Warp" from the rock musical .
The Rocky Horror Picture Show "Time waits for no-one." references an old saying, "Time and tide waits for no man," which predates modern English, with its exact origins unknown.
The simplified version (the one used by Caitlyn) has been referenced in media frequently, from films to music, such as ' The Rolling Stones by the same name.
"Happiness is a thermally active temporal blaster." is a play on the quote " Happiness is a warm gun." which in itself is a reference to a Beatles song.
"Set weapon power to 360. Disable scope." references first person shooter trick-shots, namely the 360 no-scope.
"Are references Ryze's several reworks.
version six or seven? I've lost count." "Now references belongs in a museum." "You belong in a museum!".
"Love me some is a play on ." Marc 'Tryndamere' Merrill comment 'Love me some Regi'.
She shares this quote with Nunu and Willump Bot.
"This is the sound of inevitability." quotes .
She shares this quote with:
"Who needs a warrant?" resembles "Who needs a map?!".
shares quotes with:
Caitlyn appears to be . The hand she pulls the trigger with alternates from her left hand and her right hand in the artwork of her skins.
Examples of her pulling it with her left hand are the art for and .
Examples of her pulling it with her right hand are the art for and .
This skin was a special gift for those who pre-purchased the November 2011 US issue of the magazine in September 2011.
It was available to the general public on 29-Dec-2011.
This skin might be inspired by a series of sniper rifles known as 'Arctic Warfare' developed and manufactured by Accuracy International in the 1980s.
She shares this theme with
This skin was reworked from a concept for a "Futuristic Caitlyn" skin shown at .
PAX Aus 2013 She references Chell from the Portal series, based on the white theme of her outfit, the design of the rifle and the recall animation.
Her splash art may reference Oblivia from Xenoblade Chronicles X.
Elements of her outfit and weaponry may also have been inspired by items from the same game.
This is Caitlyn's first skin where she isn't wearing any kind of headwear but in her recall animation she will wear one of these: hat, tricorne, a medieval helm, a cowboy hat and her own classic top hat.
Her dance has her projecting a hologram of herself in cowgirl attire dancing.
She shares this theme with:
She was released along with:
She shares this theme with:
In her splash art, along with , , , and can be seen inside the pool.
uncle Lyte knew Caitlyn's mother.
Caitlyn and are partners-in-law-enforcement and collectively known .
They've been chasing after , a dangerous criminal who's been wreaking havoc for apparently no reason.
Caitlyn is also close friends with and .