Like i cannot comprehend why people look on it fondly beyond nostalgia. Like it was really bad.
Remember that time Nidalee was dating some random summoner?
>The Bestial Huntress has long been an object of affection for the male fans of the League (and especially ones less mature than her, hubba hubba!). Let's face it - how can she lose with that jungle-toned body, animal passion, and a fur bikini? Nevertheless, Nidalee's recent tastes in companions have been, in this writer's opinion, questionable as she has been linked to - wait for it - Journal of Justice reporter Bob Nashahago.
Or how literally nothing was allowed to happen in lore, because of how big dick energy the summoners were.
> making most wonder how such a monster could be contained. Fortunately, the power of the League's summoning has confined Cho'Gath's presence exclusively to the League of Legends. It is here that summoners use Cho'Gath's Voidborn abilities to help decide the fate of Runeterra.
How about the ever coveted old aatrox lore
>Tales like these appear among the myths of many cultures. If they are all to be believed, Aatrox's presence has changed the course of some of the most important wars in history. Though these stories remember him as a savior in dark times, Aatrox's true legacy may be a world filled with conflict and strife.
Like he just shows up and wins fights, that's his backstory, it does not go deeper than that. Why did people like this over the current version?
What about old rammus lore and how he just kinda happened
>The dangerous magic that dominates the Plague Lands has an effect on all life within its confines. Rammus is a living example. No one is entirely certain how an armadillo from the Shurima Desert made his way through the Kumungu Jungle - much less unharmed - but he did just that.
Like new rammus lore doesn't explain either wtf he is, but they play into it. Rammus is a god, or maybe just a really jacked magic animal, who knows? HE didn't just appear one day. He has a place in the world now and belongs in it.
oh and heres a question. In old lore why were dangerous criminals allowed to not only be allowed in the league, but also still allowed to roam free?
>The plans of the mastermind behind the Horseshoe Heist and Balloon Burglary - none other than Veigar, the Tiny master of Evil himself - nearly came to fruition yesterday morning in a grand attempt to abduct Bandle City's beloved Mothership. While his plans were foiled by a migrating flock of geese, Veigar managed to escape the city following his defeat. The Mothership itself was unharmed by the ordeal.
Veigar is a league champion who jsut makes evil schemes, now you might say he's not a threat so the league doesnt care. Ok but Malzahar and zed and Syndra though.
Like old lore was really bad, like really bad guys.