**[Edit] And with that - the Edge of the World wins with 69 votes to The Girl Who Came Back's 33. Congrats to a tale of misery, hubris, and betrayal! Yay!**
#2018 Lore Tournament: Day 3
Welcome to day 3 of the 2018 [Lore Tournament](https://boards.na.leagueoflegends.com/en/c/story-art/NElv7TLw-megathread-2018-lore-tournament)!
We've seen Nunu's mum tell us a story, Ezreal try to convince us (or maybe himself?) of the greatness of his explorations, seen Swain handle a minor inconvenience on the front lines, and watched Nidalee lay down some stone cold payback!
Today we'll decide if we prefer the story of Kai'Sa teaching a young girl how to deal with the Void, or the tale of a hyper ambitious Noxian commander bringing the Empire to the jungle.
[The Girl Who Came Back](https://universe.leagueoflegends.com/en_US/story/kaisa-color-story/) _by Michael McCarthy_
Kai'Sa meets a plucky young Shuriman girl who is armed to the teeth and ready to make her family proud.
[At the Edge of the World](https://universe.leagueoflegends.com/en_US/story/at-the-edge-of-the-world/) _by Ian St. Martin_
Ysard Tomyri commands the ship Ardentius for the glory of the Noxian Empire, and hopefully the glory of her own name.
I can recommend taking a re-read of the Kai'Sa story - it feels like it was released so very long ago (2018, eh? Crazy.) At the Edge of the World, on the other hand, was only released a few days ago, and may still be fresh! Fresh and bloody. So which is your fave? Both feature determined main characters in seemingly impossible environments - wrestling with fear and its consequences. One has a little girl sidekick, Illi, and the other a grizzled beast master, Ordylon. Both concern themselves with monsters :)