: Wait what do Vlads butterflies imply? I feel like I missed something in that story
A lot of cruelty and sexual perversion, some of it quite sickening.
: Whatever your beliefs, Leona and Diana has hands down the best potential relationship in League
No it's Vlad and Vayne. Now they can bond over collecting insects too (she did it as a kid, before she moved on to collecting monsters and thaumaturges, and of course Vlad's butterfly collection is an allegory for something more sinister).
Jarring (NA)
: If Azir is Osiris, is Xerath Set? If Nasus is Anubis, is Renekton Ammit?
Ammit isn't just a crocodile- she's a crocodile-hippo-lion. I'm pretty sure Renekton is meant to be some crazy Sobek?
: Dark Water Vladimir and Program LeBlanc Head Portion Look Similar
I mean, Vlad x LeBlanc became canon just two weeks ago... And I'm not even the writer who started shipping it first. {{sticker:vlad-salute}} {{sticker:leblanc-funny}}
: DUDE THE SPLASH ARTISTS ARE ON FIRE
I hope not, I need them to live very long and fulfilling lives.
Rioter Comments
: Three. Varus.
Also Vlaa½dimir, sort of.
: Apparent "leaks" about Riot's upcoming plans for champs and skins
Reav3 (NA)
: No, these don't effect that schedule at all
If Vlad isn't getting anything (VO, model, etc) soon can you please fix a few polygons on his hair and coat so he at least isn't painful to look at? I am ready to fund this out of my own pocket at this point.
The Iceborn (EUNE)
: Lissandras new darkened Model?
Dang I might main her again.
: Look at dat swagger Viktor walking animation update
: You made only his bio right? Not the story too.
: I understand that the lore is full of unreliable narrators, but I find it condescending to be asked to read between the lines when I trust the writer not lie to me without a reason. It’s a tonal shift from not only the old lore, but the early retconned lore as well. I get that it’s a thing for LeBlanc, and I guess Vladimir now, but I hope deceitful storytelling isn’t a thing for every character. Otherwise I’ll only be able to relate to monsters and brutal characters like Urgot or Darius.
I don't think there are any lies without reason, but there is a lot of foreshadowing and allegories and references. And sometimes this is the only way. Vlad is one of those champions who push the T rating quite a bit, so to truly express the depths of his depravity one must resort to less direct methods... Anyway I should stop posting for a while. It's unfair to speculate and discuss alongside you guys because I know way too much. I shouldn't deprive you of the joy of tinfoil - and there's plenty of tinfoil material in the Vlad lore release :)
: Do you think there are any super secret lore easter eggs or secrets on the map we need to figure out
: Could you dumb it down for people who don't watch Rick and Morty? The only characters that have unnerved me so far are Vel'Koz, Urgot, and Thresh.
Rick and Morty is a bit too loud, obnoxious and obvious for my tastes, Bojack is my go-to adult cartoon :)
: > [{quoted}](name=Blood Magicks,realm=EUW,application-id=6kFXY1kR,discussion-id=iw8AXqvc,comment-id=00000002000100000000,timestamp=2018-10-26T20:33:49.955+0000) > > Talking in Maura's head, making shadows move without being in the room, destroying an entire butterfly collection just by blowing wind at it... sure it can be some elaborate trickery/machines, but when you're a magical prodigy who can control minds and has learned from the best illusion mage... why bother? Why are you assuming he's learned LeBlanc's craft? There's nothing written that would give us an indication that he bothered to learn her illusion magic or even that she was willing to teach it to him. Even the bio you wrote speaks nothing of Vlad learning her craft. And again, you're claiming he has mind control - where is this established? It's not in your lore you wrote, and it wasn't in the story. Everything we ascertained from the story was that Maura had every opportunity she wanted to turn back, but kept choosing of her own volition to move forward and paint for Vladimir. And everything Vlad did can be explained by trickery and echoes in his own house, or simply his own moving around under the veil of darkness. After all, he can turn himself into a pool of blood, so moving about mostly unnoticed on an unlit mezzanine and lighting sconces and talking where it will echo the most around his foyer is entirely within his powers without resorting to magical illusions. Furthermore, the bio states he was driven to madness by murdering his master, and if you're immortal and mentally unstable, it's not "why bother?" it's "why not?" A bored, possibly insane immortal with immense power and delusions of grandeur can do whatever he wants, so it's not beyond him to orchestrate parlor tricks and theatrics to impress mortals, especially mortals he's trying to get something out of.
The mind control part is stated straightforwardly in his short bio, and the fact that he keeps people in thrall is hinted in LeBlanc's bio. Anyway you're free to have your own interpretation.
: > [{quoted}](name=Blood Magicks,realm=EUW,application-id=6kFXY1kR,discussion-id=iw8AXqvc,comment-id=000000020001,timestamp=2018-10-26T16:34:48.947+0000) > > He can only affect a tiny number of people for a limited time, nowhere near as powerful as LeBlanc's illusions, which can confuse all of Noxus. > > It's also normal to expect he learned a thing or two from LeBlanc over the centuries, for example the ability to craft hallucinations. His abilities are not limited to blood magic - in the story he seems to manipulate light and shadow. Either this is also a hallucination or he's now a shadow mage? > > About the corridor: I can understand one of them falling apart, but all of them? This is the corridor that leads to his tower, surely he goes there once or twice daily. It doesn't necessarily state he used magic to cause the light to fade or grow stronger. This is something that can be achieved by simply lighting candles more candles near mirrored scones. When the butterflies disintegrated, it is stated in the story that a chill wind blew down the hallway, causing the bugs to crumble and dust Maura with them. Vlad can _easily_ achieve a wind tunnel by opening a window at each end of the hall if there's a breeze blowing outside. They wouldn't disintegrate on a normal day for him if he's going back and forth, because he wouldn't have a wind blowing in the hall.
Talking in Maura's head, making shadows move without being in the room, destroying an entire butterfly collection just by blowing wind at it... sure it can be some elaborate trickery/machines, but when you're a magical prodigy who can control minds and has learned from the best illusion mage... why bother?
tamaya (NA)
: aah!,I really love Slavic art! And, I was impressed with this novel. But in other words, did you write this story without being conscious of it? (English is not my mother tongue. To tell the truth… I could not understand your nuance of reply. I'm sorry if I was saying something wrong.)
Graham wrote it, and I'm pretty sure he thought of Dorian Gray, yeah.
tamaya (NA)
: I felt the beauty of sorrow from Vladimir´s story coming from repression like slav art. However, I think that decadent art/”Fin de siècle(literally)” like Oscar Wilde's work go well with him too.
Well, I am a slav to the bone, so I had to.
: That's true, though the lore is selling her pretty short in terms of power and intelligence.
Well, Vlad and LeBlanc are the founding members. Elise joined later on: "...beings darker still".
: Vlad's story reminded of me the "Picture of Dorian Gray"
I didn't write that story - Graham McNeill did, and it is superb. He had the idea long before he spoke to me. I speculate the title is based on a quote by Oscar Wilde: >"Life imitates Art far more than Art imitates Life"
: Should Elise be retconned? (it's pretty big, huh?)
Don't worry - Vlad and Elise's approaches to immortality are extremely different. Their cults, too, have little to do with each other. While Elise's resembles a religious sect, Vlad's is more like a crowd of obsessed fans (me x 100).
Ifneth (NA)
: ~~I just read the story, and it’s pretty standard vampire stuff, only this one wants to take over the world. Even trying to read between the lines, it’s nothing interesting. You were probably just talking the story up to get views. :/~~ Edit: Wrong story! Edit: Holy cow. Vlad is running Noxus from behind the scenes and is controlling life and death at least within his castle, if not also outside it, and seems totally aware all the time. He consumes artists and turns them into paintings. And he wants to take Noxus for himself.
Oh, honey... sweet summer child... baby...
Atgo (EUW)
: I would be so sad if the buttlerflies werent real, because of this: > “The butterflies you saw in the garden? They exist nowhere else in nature. They are unique because I made them so. With will and knowledge, I have wrought entire species into being.” Imagine Vladimir experimenting his blood magic in the blutterflies until he reachs to the creation of a new species though a type of Darwinistic process. That's an extremely cool concept.
I mean, you can take this literally and assume he's definitely talking about butterflies, or consider the far creepier option...
: > [{quoted}](name=Blood Magicks,realm=EUW,application-id=6kFXY1kR,discussion-id=iw8AXqvc,comment-id=0000,timestamp=2018-10-26T14:41:49.742+0000) > > I'm not sure the butterflies are real :) > > Let me clarify: he has some mind control abilities and may or may not have shown Maura elaborate visions to illustrate his point: > > The scene in the second room where the entire collection turns to dust is specifically hard to believe. > > In conclusion, I think people should trip balls when he ults them, and see butterflies/flowers/whatnot. I think the butterflies are very much real. I don't think Vlad has the powers to cause people to hallucinate or change their perceptions, because if he did, he wouldn't need to disappear from the public eye for decades so people will forget his face. He'd simply make people not see what he truly looked like. I think his mind control only extends to compelling people to move or making their brains sluggish and foggy by slowing their bloodflow, roughly just about any act you could do by controlling the blood flowing in someone else's veins. https://vignette.wikia.nocookie.net/villains/images/3/3f/Hama1.png/revision/latest?cb=20170727022906 And about that hallway with the butterflies mounted on the plaques, that's a believable turn of events. If you have anything like dead bugs pinned to a board or paper, that has remained in such a state for years so that it dries out with age, it's not an absurd notion that such things would crumble to dust when exposed to touch or wind. It was a hallway, so it's not terribly hard to cause it to become a wind tunnel with the opening and closing of doors to the outside. Vlad just has a flair for the dramatic, so it wouldn't be entirely out of the question that he would have orchestrated such a scene to impress visitors.
He can only affect a tiny number of people for a limited time, nowhere near as powerful as LeBlanc's illusions, which can confuse all of Noxus. It's also normal to expect he learned a thing or two from LeBlanc over the centuries, for example the ability to craft hallucinations. His abilities are not limited to blood magic - in the story he seems to manipulate light and shadow. Either this is also a hallucination or he's now a shadow mage? About the corridor: I can understand one of them falling apart, but all of them? This is the corridor that leads to his tower, surely he goes there once or twice daily.
: So basically you want this playing when Vlad ults. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5b2fdeaeX40
I mean it more in the sense of Urgot chains and Evelynn pink fog, only appears to the afflicted person.
: Vlad's Butterflies
I'm not sure the butterflies are real :) Let me clarify: he has some mind control abilities and may or may not have shown Maura elaborate visions to illustrate his point(quoting his short bio): >A fiend with a thirst for mortal blood, Vladimir has influenced the affairs of Noxus since the empire’s earliest days. In addition to unnaturally extending his life, his mastery of hemomancy allows him to _**control the minds**_ and bodies of others as easily as his own. The scene in the second room where the entire collection turns to dust is specifically hard to believe. In conclusion, I think people should trip balls when he ults them, and see butterflies/flowers/whatnot.
: Any chance Dorian Gray inspired Vlad? There's quite a few of similarities,but still different ( wealth, hedonism, melancholy. immortality and paintings).
Very much yes, in fact I believe the title is a reference to an Oscar Wilde quote: >"Life imitates Art far more than Art imitates Life"
Ahpe (NA)
: Dunno why {{champion:8}} would need a VGU but just do that now and get rid of his clown pants.
: If Vlad ever gets a VGU can his Splash arts resemble paintings?
[I suggested something similar 10 months ago, when skin lore debuted :D](https://boards.na.leagueoflegends.com/en/c/story-art/yu36mIha-some-of-vlads-skin-lore-can-be-random-bits-of-noxian-history) Fun fact, we discussed that thread in a Riot writing room. PS But PLEASE DO NOT touch that perfect Marquis splash art, it's the most beautiful thing in the world.
Atgo (EUW)
: Ok. Wow. I am suprised...and impressed. First, congralutions. His bio was so good, I loved it. Second I'm jealousos of you, Riot senpai should have noticed my talent! Jokes apart, since I'm talking with the writer himself, I will tell you the points that I most loved in the bio. I really liked it! > A master of ancient, forbidden sorcery, Vladimir is among the oldest enigmas of Noxus. He was present at the dawn of the empire, and has since woven his influence deep into its foundations… but he remembers little of those days. His mind is mortal, and so most of his unnaturally extended life endures not in his memory, but in his chronicles. I really loved the fact that he cant remember everything he went though. I can imagine Vladmir hearing tales about himself, trying to remember it himself, but encountering a limitation that, even after all this time with godly powers, still remember hims that he is just a human using the powers of gods. This also give him a reason to be more public than some people want him to be, I really doubt that Vladmir want to forgert his previous lives, he want his tales to be told, so that he can hear the tales himself. I alsoliked how the entire bio mentions that blood magic is forbidden, terrifting and dark. Just like Vladimir. > History has lost track of Vladimir on many occasions, though its pages are littered with figures suspected to have been him. Legend once told of a prince in a kingdom threatened by the infamous darkin, as their great war spilled into Valoran. With his father’s crown at stake, and many more heirs ahead of him in the line of succession, the unfortunate youth was traded to the fallen god-warriors as a hostage. I like how Vladmir can just dissaperas whenever he wants. He isnt always present, but when he is, its because he will do something really important - at least after time left him wiser, as it was said in Art is Life: > “The paintings around you are moments of my many lives. Not all great moments, I have come to realize, and captured by journeymen for the most part. In the earliest days of my existence I was arrogant enough to believe my every deed was worthy of such commemoration, but now…” > > “But now?” asked Maura, when he didn’t continue. > > “Now I only commit the renewal of my life to canvas amid events that mark turning points in the affairs of the world... When Vladmir is there, he is a figure important enough to be in the pages of history. As I mentioned before, I believe that he wishes it. I also like how his early life made him feel fragile and maybe even _inferior_ than others. He was a royal, but never would receive the throne, in truth, his position lead him to be nothing but a product to be traded. Isnt it ironic what this unlucky boy would turn in? > Mortals were little more than cattle under the tyranny of the darkin, their supremacy apparent in the sorceries they had conceived—the arts of crafting flesh and transmuting blood, granting them mastery over life itself. Again, everything told him that he was lesser than others. This description of blood magic was incredibly good, the "mastery over life itself" gives a big imapct in the reader, it leaves clear the potential of such magic. > Believing himself above other mortal vassals, and therefore worthy of such power, Vladimir was the first of his kind permitted to study this terrifying magic. His devotion earned him a place of favor in his patron’s warhost, and the right to practice hemomancy and enforce the darkin’s will on lesser beings. Over time, the god-warrior watched with amusement as Vladimir came to govern his subjects with as little mercy as the darkin themselves. Then, for the first time in his entire life, Vladmir finally was able to feel superioty. A boy humilated all his life he recieved power, power that was his by right of _blood_. And well, Vlad loved it, he embraced the work without any mercy, and it wasnt just the work that made him superior but the also his mastery over magic never used by men before, at this time his arrongace probally was at the top. I believe that this mark the beggining of the build-up of his personality, its when the tale of an unlucky prince ends and the legend of the monster begins. > The fall of these cruel tyrants is, likewise, the stuff of legend. An account of it, written in the dead High Shuriman language, is kept hidden within the Immortal Bastion. It speculates that Vladimir’s master was not imprisoned like so many of his kin, but instead died at the hands of his own warhost. The few surviving mortals fled, taking what knowledge they had of blood magic with them. Well not so much here, just historical information. Though, the legend bit is nice, since it concur with the first line of his lore. > Unknown to all but Vladimir himself, it was he who struck the killing blow. Scarred, blinded, driven mad by the radiance of a darkin’s undoing, he absorbed enough power to renew flesh that was never meant to last beyond a mortal lifespan. > > And he has done this countless times since, through rituals too vile to speak of. I'm kinda confused by what happened when the Darkin died, Twilight of the Gods mentions celestial energies fleeing the corpse of a dead Ascended, but I didnt think it could hurt or "blind"(not sure if it was literal or no) a human. The line saying that his rituals are too vile to speak of is really good, I like every mention of how his magic is dark and malicious. IMO blood magic being this terrifying and horrible type of magic is a core part of his caracther. > At the height of Mordekaiser’s dark reign, it was said that a mythic and bloodthirsty fiend haunted the coastal cliffs of eastern Valoran, demanding young lives and savage worship from the local tribes. Few were welcome in his lair, until the day a pale sorceress approached this barbarian god with an offer. The two feasted together as equals, weaving magic so dark that the wine at their table soured, and the roses withered, vibrant red turning to black. This. Last. Line. Is. Gold. Even though after all the dark things Vladimir made, even if his magic is so horrible and dark, even if he corrupts life itself. LB is an equal to him. Even if it isnt because of Le Blanc herself, this line fits her so much, and it has a vague mention of the Black Rose. I loved this line seriously, wonderfull caractherization with few words(if we not count the words describing Vladimir's magic). It can also be seen that even after so many time passed since Vladimir was only a unlucky prince, his desire of superioty still there, even though his previous work and this new way of "being above" are really different. > Thus began the pact between Vladimir and LeBlanc, rife with disputes, and games of politics and war. Over the centuries, others joined them—powerful nobles, exalted masters of magic, and beings darker still. This cabal grew into the hidden power that would guide the throne of Noxus for more than a thousand years, orchestrating many of the empire’s most ambitious campaigns. I find this "dispute" and "games" thing interesting. So are they like Swain and LB, just...a bit more friendly...you know, without send an assassin to fuck up one of your campaigns and try to kill you. Also "darker beings still"? HMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMM Tbh, I didnt like the idea of Vladimir being part of the Black Rose at first, but the description given in the story made me more interested. > Uniquely among the leaders of the Black Rose, Vladimir has rarely limited himself to scheming from the shadows. In the past, he deigned to join the Noxian noble courts during the most interesting of times, only to fade into seclusion decades later, his extreme age—and the atrocities his sorcery could wreak—a well-kept secret. Even so, under Vladimir’s tutelage, the art of hemomancy has found a place in the military of Noxus, and among scions of the old aristocracy. Among these diverse practitioners is the Crimson Circle, a youthful cult dedicated as much to Vladimir’s personality as to blood magic itself. This reinforces hwta I said before about Vladimir wanting tales to be told about him and appearing only to do something big. I liked how his cult is _really_ dedicated to blood magic, really cool. > With the death of the previous Grand General and the rise of Jericho Swain, the political landscape of the empire changed dramatically, and Vladimir has been forced to rouse himself once more. The using of "forced" kinda bother me. To me, Vladimir would find extremly exciting the idea of a new Noxus, the changes can bring much more fun after all cant it? > Wearing the guise of a benevolent socialite, he has returned to the public eye as a vocal opponent of the ruling Trifarix council… much to the concern of more cautious members of the Black Rose. Indeed, his reappearance may have come too soon, as time has not yet washed away all the stains of his previous lifetime, and it seems likely that Swain himself has begun to grasp Vladimir’s true nature. This paragraph really fits with Art is Life, this story kinda gives more context to why Vladimir comportament seems so "flawed". > As a new and darker conflict approaches Noxus, Vladimir drinks deeply from the renewed vitality of the empire, reminding himself of his past glories. To him, this life is a mere revelry, a masquerade spanning centuries, and the prologue to greatness—for though the darkin eventually fought amongst themselves and lost their immortal grip on the world, Vladimir knows he is strongest alone. First, _**the teases**_. Second, I like his independence, his servitude was only the beggining, he doesnt have master anymore. And well, I think that's it, I really liked the writing, congralutions ^^
Thank you so much! Having my writing analyzed like that is insanely amazing! I have to give credit where it's due thought, thank you to all the amazing Rioters who helped me through this (it was my writing debut in English). I agree with you about blood magic, I've developed the concept a lot - and essentially it's about playing God, messing with forces not meant for mortals, and putting yourself and others in danger to achieve your goals. I think this is the thematic core of Vladimir's character and perfectly explains his hubris and narcissism in juggling life and death, wielding power that inevitably and irreversibly corrupts... Anyway huge thanks for the kind words, I worked really hard towards this and it's so good to know it paid off!
Fasmodey (EUW)
: You really speak like Scathlocke. :) YEAH THAT'S REALLY ABSURD, DEFINITELY NOT THE CASE. Vladimir killing a darkin is still my number one question in his entire update. Just how...
You can find that out yourself, I am not making it that easy for you.
Fasmodey (EUW)
: Wait, wtf? Really?! Are you working with Riot now? Really interesting. Tell me more about this. So Vladimir is a terrifying monster, a kind one, _for a moment_, destroying people? How reliable narrator is he? His darkin master should have killed him at first sight...
Or maybe, MAYBE... the impressionable youth took the Darkin as his role models, and came to see all signs of humanity as weakness?
: > I mean I talked to GM at various points of the story's development since **I'm the author of Vlad's bio** You _what_? What in the fuck? I don't care about your innocence. Reveal your secrets to me.
I'm the winner of Riot's Narrative contest so naturally I took the opportunity they offered me...
Fasmodey (EUW)
: I am really not that clever so I would like it listening from you more lol. What are the masked things? Are you even serious? And what do you mean with 2 weeks ago?
I mean I talked to GM at various points of the story's development since I'm the author of Vlad's bio {{sticker:vlad-salute}} And please, please don't make me analyse this story, I'm too innocent for this.
: I have to say I really really enjoyed reading "Art is life"
This story is honestly the most fucked up thing Riot has ever released and the fact that people are taking so long to notice makes me slow clap at the author. I will sit here and wait, precious darlings - enjoy the beautiful imagery of this story, the flow, the wonder - but don't read between the lines. Those butterflies are totally real and the collection has nothing to do with Vlad's sexual perversions... To glimpse at the subtext of this story is to open your mind to a torrent of terrors you will want to unsee, unread, un-fathom. Read in combination with the short and long bio for maximum mindfuck. Graham you are a beast.
Fasmodey (EUW)
: My personal part was Vladimir not killing her. I expected her death since the beginning, I was actually surprised he let her even in. He was kind and open, it made him a lot less monstrous. Maybe he is not terribly malicious after all? With what I have read, I would choose Vladimir over LeBlanc in blink of an eye.
What no? He's easily the most fucked up monster in all of Runeterra, he makes Jhin look like a sane vanilla child. Read between the lines, the Halloween-esque true horror lies in the implications of this story, and they're numerous and terrible. But be warned, it is disturbing. I read this story two weeks ago and am still sitting in a corner, rocking back and forth and whispering "My Virgin Mind" to myself. The fact that Graham masked Vlad's twistedness under so many layers of subtext is just proof of his skill.
: I have some questions about the new story revelations.
1. I'm sure you will find the answer to this one if you revisit the darkin lore update... there's even a nice picture :^) 2. Not that I know of. 3. Having a good time, adventuring, probably. 4. Ask Graham.
: My Husbando is better than yours! Fite me!
A great woman once chose... https://i.imgur.com/4kgVIJJ.png
: Vladimir (hey Blood Magicks), Nocturne and Veigar lore updates
Deep breath... Graham, Odin, I'm sorry... I can't hold it... I have to... 3 2 1 {{champion:8}} x {{champion:202}}
Lewanor (NA)
: If he was a fanboy than we would be actually getting Noxus lore. He probably thinks Noxus is the strongest because of their state right now. When you have a man like Swain at the top of a country, everything is possible.
: You mis-spelled Noxus.
Lead Narrative editor is a Noxus/Void fanboy, truly great times ahead of us.
: My son finally has his own icon. Swain icon when?
You used to be a Vlad purist. Clean the mortal stain from your boots and join me in a feast of crimson! Shed your wormlike mortal coil and fly to me.
Rioter Comments
: Dear Riot's Story Department
Real talk: coordinating canon and future development is hard already inside Riot HQ with all the teams doing different things: See the Varus update which had the Darkin as space aliens even though the lore team already wanted to make them fallen Sunborn. Imagine if they had to coordinate entire novels with fans, the canon would explode. They are hiring increasing numbers of editors to better regulate canon, but it takes time and some things will be beyond their capabilities.
: Rhaast literally JUST woke up, in comparison to Aatrox (who has been active for centuries) and Varus (who has been active for about a decade). Give him a chance. He's not even dominated his host, yet! :-P
Is it just me or are handsome edgelords Rhaast's kryptonite?
Kazo Kurosu (EUNE)
: So how's that Noxus lore going Riot?
Have you ever wondered how noisy nights in Noxus are? What if they suddenly go silent? {{sticker:vlad-salute}} I welcome speculation.
: As we know the Harrowing isn't actually an annual "event" instead it's simply a plot device for stories to feature if ever required, and I'd say we're unlikely to see anything of that nature unless there was a new or reworked Shadow Isles champ on the horizon. I think it would be amazing if Narrative were actually allowed to do a completely spontaneous Harrowing story, even if it was still released in the month of October, but I wouldn't hold my breath for such a thing. Honestly, if you're desperate to see some Black Mist macabre, then pray for Morde's rework to see a quick release because he's our best chance for such things.
>I think it would be amazing if Narrative were actually allowed to do a completely spontaneous Harrowing story That would be disturbing. {{sticker:leblanc-funny}}
: Lack of Zyra content, skins, lore....disappointed
Damn I'd love if she can get another skin, she's actually a really pretty champion with lots of potential for cool visuals.
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