Krabohod (NA)
: Hello! Are comics reliable narrator? I mean the way Ashe found her bow is truly what happened? Or truth may differ? Also, are Swain's and Taric's quotes toward Ashe still canon? I mean Taric's > "That bow is of the stars, as is its mistress." and Swain's > "She claimed it was the Frost Queen's grave. They believed her."
Comics are just as reliable as all the stories are. Though in game interactions are often misleading (sorry can't think of an example at the moment but there are a few at least). It is so because Summoner's Rift doesn't exsist in the world of Runterra and the champions (that normally [story-wise] wouldn't meet each other) meet there. How can Swain possibly know that Ashe found the mythical bow? As far as we know she never fought against Noxians and Swain never mentioned a war campaign in Freljord. But Tric may be onto something. Because we know Avarosa went to fight the Void below, Serylda didn't like the authority of celestials so she found a way to get there and fight them above and Lissandra stayed between to try and make peace (force her supremacy) among humans. Maybe before Serylda went on her crusade, celestials gave 3 sisters weapons to fight back the Void or as a symbol of them being leaders chosen by heavens. We don't know yet.
The Iceborn (EUNE)
: Ashe: Warmother Comic Nr. 3 Feedback and Character Discussion; CONTAINS SPOILERS!
Now I also wonder how did Sejuani get her "main" weapon that we see in her splash art.
: Thanks for making this post. I also got one question to add: How did Ashe get to the Ursine territory? > I walked into the ice sea, knowing my tribe was dead. This suggests the sea was frozen, but why did she go there in the first place?
As she mentioned: She never saw a Ursine. Before starving to death she simply wanted to check if what legends said was true :D But in all seriousness that's a good question, she definitely wasn't lost, she knew where she was about to go.
: WHAT THE!! IT'S A PERFECT FIT
Reminds me of {{champion:63}} and {{champion:236}} splash arts... But that's in the past now, noone remembers that...
: 2018 Lore Tournament! (Vote for your favorite stories of the year)
Any chances we'll be able to vote for other stories anytime soon? For me the voting is stuck on Frozen Hearts VS An Explorer's Journey for 4 days.
Elen (EUNE)
: I really love stories that bring more than just main character to it and also tie somehow to existing stories. So here's what I come up with: Nautilus was once a admired treasure hunter in Bligewater, a captain and traveler like many others. He had own ship and a crew that's been replaced very often due to the fact searching for some artifacts was not always safe. Once he's been contacted by priestess Illaoi shortly before Burning Tides event. She had a special task for him. There's been a legend of an item with a special powers/magic that could possibly protect Bilgewater from the Black Mist when it comes. There was an expedition to Blessed Isles long time ago, but noone returned. Rumours spoke that entire ship drowned along with it's cargo. Illaoi wanted Nautilus to find the shipwreck and retrieve mentioned item from the bottom of the sea as they needed it because Black Mist returns stronger each year. And so he agreed. The mission took him longer than he thought. In the meantime Gankplank vs Miss Fortune conflict happened. And that's where it gets more interesting. Nautilus and his crew had to renew some supplies before getting back to search again. As they were slowly drifting (2 days from Bligewater) they found a man floating on a plank. The man had no arm and his face was terribly scared almost like he had survived an explosion. They took him on board. For few days he was unconscious and everyone was interested in his identity because they weren't aware of recent gang-war that happened in their city. When he finally woke up he demanded a seeing with a captain. Gangplank tried to convince Nautilus that recent events in Bligewater affected and weaken each pirate-gang and that he with his crew could take control over the city as there were no casualties amongst his crew making it the most powerful (of course Gangplank introduced himself as a survivour bearing a name that he made up). Nautilus didn't agree on that because he realized there will be nothing to rule if the Black Mist consumes entire city. So instead he decided to fulfill his mission intrusted by Illaoi. But Gangplank didn't give up. He convinced the crew and they all rebelled against Nautilus. They trapped him in a diving suit (? I'm not native english speaker so please name that thing for me :) ) and threw him overboard tying an anchor to his legs. [It's a story of Gangplank's survival that noone ever get to know]. For a long time he remained unconscious. He knew he was running out of oxygen to breathe but his rage pushed him forward. All he wanted was a revenge on his crew and a stranger who's poor decisions might've brought an annihilation of a whole Bilgewater (if not Runterra) if Nautilius didn't find a mysterious item. And so he was crawling forward on the bottom of the sea. And when he was close to dying he cursed all people responsible for his fate. In that moment a Spear of Vengance appeared before Nautilus. She told him that the price is his soul. He agreed on that but only if he could dish out a revenge by himself. Kalista saw his rage and agreed on his terms but secretly decided she will take his soul away at the moment when his rage will reach it's top, when he'll be about to deal a fatal strike on those who betrayed him. So she gave him an essence of the Dark Mist which filled his suit. He became the part of it and followed the undead army back to Bilgewater where traitors were about to pay their prize... The man who could be a saviour of Bligewater will become it's demise... What do you think? I'd really like to hear your thoughts. :)
I was writing it at 1 am, so few things don't fit that story. > -Nautilus and his crew had to renew some supplies before getting back to search again. As they were slowly drifting (2 days from Bligewater) they found a man floating on a plank. Well, a man on a plank couldn't possibly outrun a full-sailed ship. SO maybe it should be like this. Nautilus was running out of supplies so he decided to return to Bilgewater to renew them. When his ship was about 3 days from it's destination they found a man floating on a plank. > -Nautilus didn't agree on that because he realized there will be nothing to rule if the Black Mist consumes entire city. He also decided that they should look for another port to renew supplies. He simply loved Bligewater and for 2 resons he refused to return there. 1st: he didn't want to see the city in chaos, where the 1st random person you see could be a killer of yours. [We know that from Gangplak's story, that without his rule over the city everyone was stealing, murdering etc.]. 2nd: he wanted to remain neutral in the conflict that happened. His intervention could only make things worse. > -They trapped him in a diving suit They most likely did it when they were searching through another shipwreck for the ancient item. They tied an anchor to the cut side of the rope/chain that he was attached to. > -but secretly decided she will take his soul away at the moment when his rage will reach it's top Little did she know Gangplank already got rid off all the crew members because they were unhandy witnesses. Besides he thought his own mates survived Miss Fortune's purge. That also leaves Nautilus still alive as Kalista cannot take his soul until he gets his revenge, which is killing GP. That may never happen... > -So she gave him an essence of the Dark Mist which filled his suit. He was the only living amongst undead. But Black Mist mutated his body. It became bigger so he had to use some rusted parts of shipwrecks to caulk his suit in order to keep inside the Black Essence. That's how he became the Titan of the Depths. > -where traitors were about to pay their prize... That being only GP, as he earlier killed Naut's crew. I don't know about how will the lore evolve in the future. But that may be the reason GP fears Harrowing, as he heard the story of a Titan (maybe from Illaoi) waiting on the bottom of the sea to come out when the Black Mist comes and make those who betrayed him pay for their mistake. And GP is the only 1 alive who knows what happened. I think I fixed that story a bit. Feel free to fix it further if you liked it. ^^
: Nautilus lore - what's most important to you?
I really love stories that bring more than just main character to it and also tie somehow to existing stories. So here's what I come up with: Nautilus was once a admired treasure hunter in Bligewater, a captain and traveler like many others. He had own ship and a crew that's been replaced very often due to the fact searching for some artifacts was not always safe. Once he's been contacted by priestess Illaoi shortly before Burning Tides event. She had a special task for him. There's been a legend of an item with a special powers/magic that could possibly protect Bilgewater from the Black Mist when it comes. There was an expedition to Blessed Isles long time ago, but noone returned. Rumours spoke that entire ship drowned along with it's cargo. Illaoi wanted Nautilus to find the shipwreck and retrieve mentioned item from the bottom of the sea as they needed it because Black Mist returns stronger each year. And so he agreed. The mission took him longer than he thought. In the meantime Gankplank vs Miss Fortune conflict happened. And that's where it gets more interesting. Nautilus and his crew had to renew some supplies before getting back to search again. As they were slowly drifting (2 days from Bligewater) they found a man floating on a plank. The man had no arm and his face was terribly scared almost like he had survived an explosion. They took him on board. For few days he was unconscious and everyone was interested in his identity because they weren't aware of recent gang-war that happened in their city. When he finally woke up he demanded a seeing with a captain. Gangplank tried to convince Nautilus that recent events in Bligewater affected and weaken each pirate-gang and that he with his crew could take control over the city as there were no casualties amongst his crew making it the most powerful (of course Gangplank introduced himself as a survivour bearing a name that he made up). Nautilus didn't agree on that because he realized there will be nothing to rule if the Black Mist consumes entire city. So instead he decided to fulfill his mission intrusted by Illaoi. But Gangplank didn't give up. He convinced the crew and they all rebelled against Nautilus. They trapped him in a diving suit (? I'm not native english speaker so please name that thing for me :) ) and threw him overboard tying an anchor to his legs. [It's a story of Gangplank's survival that noone ever get to know]. For a long time he remained unconscious. He knew he was running out of oxygen to breathe but his rage pushed him forward. All he wanted was a revenge on his crew and a stranger who's poor decisions might've brought an annihilation of a whole Bilgewater (if not Runterra) if Nautilius didn't find a mysterious item. And so he was crawling forward on the bottom of the sea. And when he was close to dying he cursed all people responsible for his fate. In that moment a Spear of Vengance appeared before Nautilus. She told him that the price is his soul. He agreed on that but only if he could dish out a revenge by himself. Kalista saw his rage and agreed on his terms but secretly decided she will take his soul away at the moment when his rage will reach it's top, when he'll be about to deal a fatal strike on those who betrayed him. So she gave him an essence of the Dark Mist which filled his suit. He became the part of it and followed the undead army back to Bilgewater where traitors were about to pay their prize... The man who could be a saviour of Bligewater will become it's demise... What do you think? I'd really like to hear your thoughts. :)
: I feel ya but to be super real with you we've just gotta be able to make positive improvements to pricing/reward systems without also being forced to do a bunch of work retroactively applying systems/prices. We're trying to set really clear precedents with stuff like this: when we announce price drops on other stuff in the store, we announce it at least a couple weeks in advance so people are given a decent heads up—but we don't do refunds or, like, retroactive reparations in those cases either. Hope that makes sense (I know it feels like less of a homerun than the other parts of the announcement though)
So 1st of all why did Riot lower skin shards value (a while ago, it's been done when Blue Essence replaced IP), if earlier they stated that they're not gonna do it... Everyone was caught up by surprise logging in after a certain patch to see that they cannot unlock a skin anymore because disenchant-value has been lowered...
: Feature/QoL change/Idea Generator for 2018 and beyond!
Feature/Suggestion Name: Skin Shards Exchange Opportunity/Problem Statement: Currently, we can only use shards that we have in ‘Loot’ to unlock a certain skin or re-roll into a random skin using 3 shards. It doesn’t feel so rewarding especially for players who have a certain (small) pool of champions that they enjoy playing. Personally, I have many skin shards for champions that I have never played and I’m not planning on doing that simply because they don’t fit my playstyle. Sure, I can just disenchant them into essence but that’s not the point. I bet there are some players who'd really like a certain skin for their main champion that I have a shard of and vice versa. Brief Description: Allow players to exchange skin shards of the same value (legendary for legendary; epic for epic; mythic skin shards would be excluded from these transactions mainly because they are rare and it feels great to get a shard of that value with some extra help of luck ;) Let’s say we would be allowed to exchange 1 skin shard per month or two (to start it off: with players from our friends list; maybe in the future you could create a ‘Cantina’ where players from each server can search for a skin shard someone wants to trade and is willing to accept one of 5 skin shards mentioned by him in return). Because everyone knows skins are the main source of income for Riot Company in my opinion that limitation is necessary and seems reasonable. We can get up to 4 chests per month, let's assume each month we receive: 1 legendary, 1 epic,1 shard valued 975 RP and 1 champion shard. After taking essence out of these 3 skins shards we get: 829 orange essensce. It is still not enough to unlock a legendary skin shard. After 2 months we will get: 2x 829 oe = 1658 oe and this is enough to craft the skin. So 2 or 3 months 'cooldown' on the exchange option sounds fair. [](https://zapodaj.net/5f05bc37ea904.jpg.html) Target Audience: Everyone who’s unhappy with chests content and who’d like to finally put their hands on a certain skin.
: Attn Rocksurfers: Seismic shove changes in internal testing
Can you please make her W a solid rock wall that absorbs some dmg and then crashes to pieces or if she uses her E on an enemy and throw him on her W (rock solid wall) enemy get stunned and again wall would be crashed. She would feel more like a stone mage with that ability that can proctect her.

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