: > [{quoted}](name=martincastillo2,realm=EUW,application-id=LqLKtMpN,discussion-id=WqEZyxTR,comment-id=00160001,timestamp=2018-11-08T06:29:20.982+0000) > > Pls Ranger at least the leap sound and the Q sound, the current omes are horrible... Just get rid of the stupid metal sound. If you guys dont do it know who will? We had our hopes up on you guys I'll have someone look at it as I just got an audio person to help out :) But no promises on things outside the list.
> [{quoted}](name=Riot Ranger XIV,realm=NA,application-id=LqLKtMpN,discussion-id=WqEZyxTR,comment-id=001600010000,timestamp=2018-11-08T17:36:44.514+0000) > > I'll have someone look at it as I just got an audio person to help out :) But no promises on things outside the list. Hi, thank you for helping us work on Rengar's particles and sounds. I just wanted to talk with you about sounds for just a moment, to kinda go into a bit more of an in-depth explanation than most other posts here. Back when Rengar was still on PBE I made a video here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RNU4Y9FcB9w This goes over why the q sounds different/worse to many of us, the issue actually isn't the stab sound itself but a new sound that plays over it during the stab animation. Sounds don't even need to be reverted/changed, just certain files need to be rid of to make it sound like the old q again. The q stab sound by itself is almost the exact same as the old one. Also, while the q sounds are important I think most of us would agree that the leap sound is the worst offender. The old jump sound would actually change based on if you jump at full ferocity or not, no such distinction exists anymore. In general it just sounds so much less satisfying to jump, he sounds more like a tiger now instead of a predator mixed with lion beast like he used to. Also, there is NO sound difference between w and empowered w, which is also quite odd as every other ability has sound differences between the normal and empowered ability, and one of the reasons we were denied having sounds changed in the past was "clarity" when there literally isn't a distinction between some of his abilities sounds like there used to be. Anywho, even if you guys just work on the particles in the end it still means a lot to us, thank you again for helping us, and sorry for any assholes who rage at you if not everything is completely reverted.
: Yo! Caught up with my good friend Riot Ranger XIV (who is helping me with LeBlanc stuff!) I'm gonna sync with him in person next week and hammer out a game plan to tackle knife cat, too! (:
> [{quoted}](name=Riot KateyKhaos,realm=NA,application-id=LqLKtMpN,discussion-id=WqEZyxTR,comment-id=000f,timestamp=2018-11-03T19:29:58.689+0000) > > Yo! > > Caught up with my good friend Riot Ranger XIV (who is helping me with LeBlanc stuff!) I'm gonna sync with him in person next week and hammer out a game plan to tackle knife cat, too! (: Is the current plan to just look at particles? Or to look at particles AND sounds? Rengar technically has sounds that are missing too, like the above mentioned ferocity sfx when you get 4 stacks, healing sound on w gone, and many people also prefer the older sounds for bola/leap over the current ones.
Meddler (NA)
: Quick Gameplay Thoughts: May 11
Is the current iteration of stormrazor on PBE the one that will stay? Or are there other iterations to test?
Meddler (NA)
: Quick Gameplay Thoughts: May 9
What about other melee champions who take fleet footwork? I remember from some comment before they said you guys were looking into maybe splitting footwork into ranged/melee differences, as its pretty nice on a couple melee champs (Rengar top is amazing with fleet/Dekar build) and the nerfs on PBE would probably kill it being taken on them.
: PBE Chat with the Playtest Team - 8.10
What about other melee champions who take fleet footwork? I remember from some comment before they said you guys were looking into maybe splitting footwork into ranged/melee differences, as its pretty nice on a couple melee champs (Rengar top is amazing with fleet/Dekar build) and the nerfs on PBE would probably kill it being taken on them.
Meddler (NA)
: Quick Gameplay Thoughts: April 27
Will any of the ADC changes make it out to 8.10? Or will they all stay on PBE till 8.11? Also, when/what are the fighter item changes coming on PBE?
: Hello everyone~! The timing of this topic actually couldn't be any better as the Warden program just released a whole bunch of us into the fray. There should be a proper introduction thread soon, but for now I am 1/4th of your new Gameplay board specific Wardens and this particular issue is something we've had quite a few days of discussion about. Allow me just a tiny bit of banner raising to pin this comment so more people can see that plans are indeed in motion. And for all you TL;DR people, feel free to Control + F down to the "Plan of the Week" {{sticker:slayer-jinx-wink}} Now for the meat of things. Just _what_ can we do/want to do about high influx of subjects like 'Rengar' that, while obviously having a very strongly passionate community behind them, tend to bog down the boards in a lot of similar, low-impact, topic spam. First, we need to look at 'why' this tends to happen. Over time there's this general 'history' in the community, even going back to the days of the original Forum system, that in order to gain Riot's attention you need to be loud, boisterous, if not downright aggressive to get the coveted 'Red Post' confirming that your topic has indeed gotten attention. While, admittedly, this has worked in a few rare cases; we've noticed this has led to a more aggressive environment over time with less and less constructive-styled feedback popping up. In tandem with this, Riot posts have turned up less commonly as well. Then of course you have the side 'whys' like bandwagoning, 5 seconds-in-spotlight-ect. So what can be done/what do we plan to do about it? Well, as they say in the old Western movies: _There's a new sheriff in town._ Now, before we give off the wrong idea here, we're talked this through quite a bit and none of us want to take the 'purify by flames' approach at all. In fact just discouraging and/or deleting posts left, right, and center wound end badly for everyone. We're quite well studied on the 'Us vs the Mods' era back when Boards first began. Instead we'd like to try a few 'reward' systems on top of just simply enforcing the rules on a fundamental level. Here's the two biggest points of action we're focusing on right now. **"Plan of the Week"** _Megathreads_ So what 'is' a Megathread? A Megathread is a combination of, what normally is dozens of different ideas scattered across individual threads, all wrapped up into a singular post. With proper formatting (and a ToC list) people can quickly see if their point has been made, offer new points, content current points, ect. All in the comment's section of a single thread. We would like to think this could have three great side effect for the community here as a whole. -Those who go to the effort to maintain Megathreads, on issues that come and go such as this Rengar moment, can potentially see their threads Pinned for maximum Riot visibility. We're still discussing the 'qualifications' for what hits this critical mass point, but be assured it is a hotbed issue in our minds at the moment. -With a pinned discussion, containing a LOT of constructive critique of an issue, we're hoping this will more positively encourage Rioters to have a spot to leave feedback on the issues you, the community, feel need some form of addressing. -Additionally, this incentive should help give people reasons to gravitate towards centralized threads; rather than spinning out as many clone-topics as possible. _Enforcement of the Universal Rules_ Now, for the sake of clarity and sanity, we know that even the most Positive minded of solutions isn't going to be a 100% fix. People will still want to make their own topics (which is fine in and of itself!), people will still bandwagon. However, at least half of the current issue we and the community have with this can be addressed by applying the Universal Rules themselves. You will likely see these ones in particular enforced quite a bit in the near future. **Spamming / Trolling** _-Posting designed to bait conversation or falsify content_ _-Making repetitive non-constructive or low effort content_ _-Bumping of discussions with no additional context_ Let's be honest on both ends, there are quite a few posts containing merely a few lines, of things already more constructively covered in other threads or said purely just to anger people into replying. In recent history these have simply slid through due to being 'topic of the moment' relevant and Upvoted highly enough to stick around far longer than they should. Aside from directly reported topics, these will likely be the ones most likely to be sealed up by us. Together we're hoping these two approaches will help with quite a few of the issues you've brought up in this thread and discussion! Please, if you have any feedback, questions, concerns fire away! The Wardens are all ears for things the Community would like to see happen as well; as we're going to do everything in our power to make our transition a two-way street. Regards~ http://i1152.photobucket.com/albums/p495/SakuriOno/signature_zpsxvarnhru.jpg
> [{quoted}](name=Sakuri Ono,realm=NA,application-id=3ErqAdtq,discussion-id=BxEKasOU,comment-id=0025,timestamp=2017-06-16T02:03:20.900+0000) > > Hello everyone~! The timing of this topic actually couldn't be any better as the Warden program just released a whole bunch of us into the fray. > > There should be a proper introduction thread soon, but for now I am 1/4th of your new Gameplay board specific Wardens and this particular issue is something we've had quite a few days of discussion about. Allow me just a tiny bit of banner raising to pin this comment so more people can see that plans are indeed in motion. > > And for all you TL;DR people, feel free to Control + F down to the "Plan of the Week" > > {{sticker:slayer-jinx-wink}} > > Now for the meat of things. Just _what_ can we do/want to do about high influx of subjects like 'Rengar' that, while obviously having a very strongly passionate community behind them, tend to bog down the boards in a lot of similar, low-impact, topic spam. > > First, we need to look at 'why' this tends to happen. Over time there's this general 'history' in the community, even going back to the days of the original Forum system, that in order to gain Riot's attention you need to be loud, boisterous, if not downright aggressive to get the coveted 'Red Post' confirming that your topic has indeed gotten attention. While, admittedly, this has worked in a few rare cases; we've noticed this has led to a more aggressive environment over time with less and less constructive-styled feedback popping up. In tandem with this, Riot posts have turned up less commonly as well. > > Then of course you have the side 'whys' like bandwagoning, 5 seconds-in-spotlight-ect. > > So what can be done/what do we plan to do about it? > > Well, as they say in the old Western movies: _There's a new sheriff in town._ > > Now, before we give off the wrong idea here, we're talked this through quite a bit and none of us want to take the 'purify by flames' approach at all. In fact just discouraging and/or deleting posts left, right, and center wound end badly for everyone. We're quite well studied on the 'Us vs the Mods' era back when Boards first began. Instead we'd like to try a few 'reward' systems on top of just simply enforcing the rules on a fundamental level. Here's the two biggest points of action we're focusing on right now. > > **"Plan of the Week"** > > _Megathreads_ > > So what 'is' a Megathread? A Megathread is a combination of, what normally is dozens of different ideas scattered across individual threads, all wrapped up into a singular post. With proper formatting (and a ToC list) people can quickly see if their point has been made, offer new points, content current points, ect. All in the comment's section of a single thread. > > We would like to think this could have three great side effect for the community here as a whole. > > -Those who go to the effort to maintain Megathreads, on issues that come and go such as this Rengar moment, can potentially see their threads Pinned for maximum Riot visibility. We're still discussing the 'qualifications' for what hits this critical mass point, but be assured it is a hotbed issue in our minds at the moment. > > -With a pinned discussion, containing a LOT of constructive critique of an issue, we're hoping this will more positively encourage Rioters to have a spot to leave feedback on the issues you, the community, feel need some form of addressing. > > -Additionally, this incentive should help give people reasons to gravitate towards centralized threads; rather than spinning out as many clone-topics as possible. > > _Enforcement of the Universal Rules_ > > Now, for the sake of clarity and sanity, we know that even the most Positive minded of solutions isn't going to be a 100% fix. People will still want to make their own topics (which is fine in and of itself!), people will still bandwagon. However, at least half of the current issue we and the community have with this can be addressed by applying the Universal Rules themselves. You will likely see these ones in particular enforced quite a bit in the near future. > > **Spamming / Trolling** > _-Posting designed to bait conversation or falsify content_ > _-Making repetitive non-constructive or low effort content_ > _-Bumping of discussions with no additional context_ > > Let's be honest on both ends, there are quite a few posts containing merely a few lines, of things already more constructively covered in other threads or said purely just to anger people into replying. In recent history these have simply slid through due to being 'topic of the moment' relevant and Upvoted highly enough to stick around far longer than they should. > > Aside from directly reported topics, these will likely be the ones most likely to be sealed up by us. > > Together we're hoping these two approaches will help with quite a few of the issues you've brought up in this thread and discussion! > > Please, if you have any feedback, questions, concerns fire away! The Wardens are all ears for things the Community would like to see happen as well; as we're going to do everything in our power to make our transition a two-way street. > > Regards~ > > > http://i1152.photobucket.com/albums/p495/SakuriOno/signature_zpsxvarnhru.jpg Hi, I am one of the people from Rengarmains. Is the ability to make a megathread already available? If so, I'm sure we would make one big post, that lists a bunch of our ideas, hoping it gets pinned instead of making a bunch of different posts. Thanks!
: If the maximal possible range balance-wise is the one counting the walking out of the bush, they'll increase the range, else they'll leave it at this.
> [{quoted}](name=Photos of Ghosts,realm=EUW,application-id=A7LBtoKc,discussion-id=hYn5EO3E,comment-id=0056000000000000,timestamp=2016-08-09T10:07:17.231+0000) > > If the maximal possible range balance-wise is the one counting the walking out of the bush, they'll increase the range, else they'll leave it at this. The problem is, its limited only to that half second of being out of a bush, so the more movespeed you have, the further you can jump after leaving the bush.
Tantarboy (EUNE)
: Will he still be able to leap after exiting the brush? I prrsonally see it as a bug exploit and feel cheated when he catches me through it.
> [{quoted}](name=Tantarboy,realm=EUNE,application-id=A7LBtoKc,discussion-id=hYn5EO3E,comment-id=006c,timestamp=2016-08-09T07:25:00.685+0000) > > Will he still be able to leap after exiting the brush? I prrsonally see it as a bug exploit and feel cheated when he catches me through it. Its intentional currently, and if you read his comments prior, he said that they would probably be removing it during the rework but may change jump size to compensate.
: Ideally, no. We should just make his Leap range whatever length is appropriate, and not let it trigger after stepping outside of brush.
> [{quoted}](name=RiotRepertoir,realm=NA,application-id=A7LBtoKc,discussion-id=hYn5EO3E,comment-id=00560000,timestamp=2016-08-09T06:00:20.647+0000) > > Ideally, no. We should just make his Leap range whatever length is appropriate, and not let it trigger after stepping outside of brush. By that do you mean increasing his jump range to whatever he can walk out of a bush to jump to? Right now you have .5 a second once out of a bush to still jump, if that is removed, are you saying that the jump size would be increased to match the difference?
: Assassin Roster Update - Rengar Direction
Something that I am very interested in, is that how are Rengar's cd's going to be effected? Currently it feels pretty nice, as his q is a low cd at 40-45 cdr and he can build up stacks somewhat quickly, and I am concerned that after the changes it might take longer to build up those stack then previously. Also something else I am concerned about is that you mentioned earlier that you currently plan to have him only be able to use one spell mid air, but this makes me think (as an obvious Rengar main from my username :P) that I would now always use bola mid air, so I can have that instantaneous cc, instead of a delayed one by only being able to use w or q mid air, which kind of defeats the point of the balance of usage of fero skills you guys seem to be aiming for.
: > [{quoted}](name=Why Is Talon Fed,realm=NA,application-id=jxzFAe03,discussion-id=ZMuFnoGJ,comment-id=000c0000000000000000,timestamp=2016-01-22T07:21:19.987+0000) > > Taber > (( Very sorry for replying so late, new school semester happened this week and its been a bit of a chaos. Should be able to post within two days now that its calmed down. )) (( Aye, I know how that feels. )) Teemo simply listened, a bit suspicious at Taber's first statement. Teemo definitely had an arsenal of poisons mostly arranged in his cabinets for specific purposes. Of course, going to the League involved the best poison: his own. After listening to Taber, Teemo was sure that he was worried. He decided to take in a quick response. "Well," He said slowly. The Scout tried his best to give a quick and satisfying answer. "There are a variety of different plants that can be harvested into poisons or sedatives scattered in the Kumungu jungle. I use my own mixture, so I'm afraid I can't give you too much information. It should be easy enough to figure out for yourself, since these plants can have its purpose told mostly by smell and taste, but not so much as to affect yourself depending on how much you take in. You get what I'm saying, right?" Of course, some plants don't have any smell, nor taste like anything until it's either too late, or it's fully digested. At least most of the poisons Taber was likely looking for fit in Teemo's list.
> "Well," He said slowly. The Scout tried his best to give a quick and satisfying answer. "There are a variety of different plants that can be harvested into poisons or sedatives scattered in the Kumungu jungle. I use my own mixture, so I'm afraid I can't give you too much information. It should be easy enough to figure out for yourself, since these plants can have its purpose told mostly by smell and taste, but not so much as to affect yourself depending on how much you take in. You get what I'm saying, right?" Taber digested the information Teemo had just given him, making a mental note in his head. It wasn't exactly what he was hoping for, but it should be good enough information for him to travel into the Kumungu jungle. He was pretty inexperienced with poisons, and one had to have a good reason to get into the Noxus archives to find books on the subject, which was kept under heavy guard. He very roughly had an idea before coming here what poisonous plants tended to look like, although he was hoping to get exact names. Still, knowing what he knew before he came here and knowing the info obtained here, he was rather sure he should be able to get what he needed. Taber replied to the Scout: "Yeah I think I understand what you are saying." Taber stood up from the chair "I think I should be able to find the poisons I'm looking for.Thanks for telling me, and please don't tell anyone I was here. Good luck on the Rift, I'll send you a letter when I get it. Seeya." He hoped he would get it, as it was vital to his mission. He waved goodbye to the yordle, and pulled his hood back up, then walked back out of the room, hitting his head on the top of the doorway going out. He bent down for a second, rubbing his head, then leaned over once more and went back to retrieve his weapons and leave the Institution. He would gather supplies then head to the Kumungu jungle the next day if the weather permitted. He was feeling somewhat anxious and nervous at the same time on his way back home. Anxious to get the poison, yet he had heard legends of a certain large cat creature that lived in the Kumungu jungle, and he had an idea in his head of who it was... (( Thanks for RPing with me, twas fun! Sorry for taking so long with this response, lol. Time to mess with the kitty kat. He just got nerfed so he shouldn't be able to oneshot me! [Kappa] )) EDIT: (( Just realized that Rengar got taken down, guess I'll have to interact with nid ;( ))
: > [{quoted}](name=HolyVentus,realm=NA,application-id=jxzFAe03,discussion-id=ZMuFnoGJ,comment-id=000d,timestamp=2016-01-15T20:45:25.292+0000) > > [Zelnite](https://docs.google.com/document/d/1yc_HCukDhS-sKtRAOBuD5YAjKYRacj2Tu3_8KVg5vXE/edit?usp=sharing) (( fake, i was just admired report )) Another letter for the one and only Swift Scout. His day was off at the moment, and he was available for the entire day. He found a letter sitting in wait for him on the nearby desk in his room. He read it, and he wasn't hesitant on what techniques came to mind. Teemo went ahead to reply with a quick letter. He was planning on making some dinner after he was done looking and responding to the letter sent to him, so he decided to jot down a good response, in the hopes that it was satisfactory. Pulling out a letter to send to "Zelnite", he wrote down in a kind of sloppy handwriting: >Dear Zelnite, >When it comes to survival, there's always a way. One of the more simpler ways is making sure you're in a good site to set your camp in. High and dry is usually what you should aim for. Finding clean water is definitely good too. Obviously, making a fire with two dry pieces of wood, all your fundamentals. I'm not too sure what kind of techniques you're looking for, so sorry if I'm being a little vague. >~Teemo Teemo soon went to send the letter, and a few hours later, he was about to making some scrambled eggs when he heard a knock on his door. > [{quoted}](name=Why Is Talon Fed,realm=NA,application-id=jxzFAe03,discussion-id=ZMuFnoGJ,comment-id=000c00000000,timestamp=2016-01-15T00:01:52.868+0000) > > [Taber](https://docs.google.com/document/d/130ff0rLsnbSDKxBrJSpYQsqe28WbjWe_nWbigYFKn7Y/edit?usp=sharing) (( Kappa )) Teemo was about to get some scrambled eggs and vegetables for dinner, but then was quickly alarmed by the knock on his door. He decided that it was the Vigilante, and waddled over to the door. He would've opened the door, revealing the man standing before him. Or...crouching, at the very least. Teemo would've responded with a greeting. "Hello!" A simple introduction from the Scout. No other was needed. After all, what else can you say? After hearing Taber's response, Teemo would likely motion Taber to enter the room, the room managing to fit Taber's height, surprisingly enough.
> He would've opened the door, revealing the man standing before him. Or...crouching, at the very least. Teemo would've responded with a greeting. > > "Hello!" A simple introduction from the Scout. No other was needed. After all, what else can you say? After hearing Taber's response, Teemo would likely motion Taber to enter the room, the room managing to fit Taber's height, surprisingly enough. Taber replied to Teemo's greeting with a nod of the head and a quick hi. He entered and looked around the small yordle's room, it was a little cluttered with maps and such, but was mostly neat and tidy. All he cared about was that he could stop bending his head so far. Standing straight and stretching his back for a moment, he spied a human sized guest chair, which he decided to sit in before he began. Teemo motioned for him to say whatever he had come for, so he started: "Thanks Teemo, for letting me come here on such short notice. I hate to bother you with this, however I was afraid of the letter that I sent being intercepted by a Noxian spy. You see, my reason for coming here is to ask if you knew some sort of poison from the Kumungu jungles that would knock someone out, instead of killing them." He paused for a moment, realizing how conspicuous sounding that was. He continued: "You see I am trying to get rid of the more corrupt aristocrats in Noxus, to bring down the crime rate there. Their bad decisions and greed lead many to become thieves and murderers. I want to stop this at the source, and to achieve that I want to have as little bloodshed as possible. I have no knowledge of any sleeping poison however, so I was curious if you had any clue of where I could find some plant or animal that would help me make sleep darts to knockout guards." "I know that the darts that you use are just laced with lethal poison, but I figured that you had probably come across many different types of poisons while you were getting the ingredients for your dart poison in the Kumungu jungle. I realize that this is none of your concern, so you don't have to tell me of course. Coming to you just seemed like it would have the most probable chance of me getting what I'm after. I'm sorry to inconvenience you like this, but I don't have very many options left and I'm running out of time." Taber sounded a bit more desperate than he had wanted to, but his look into the subject himself wasn't yielding very much. The longer he waited, the more innocent people that would die. (( Very sorry for replying so late, new school semester happened this week and its been a bit of a chaos. Should be able to post within two days now that its calmed down. ))
: > [{quoted}](name=Why Is Talon Fed,realm=NA,application-id=jxzFAe03,discussion-id=ZMuFnoGJ,comment-id=000c,timestamp=2016-01-14T00:16:33.093+0000) > > (( Hi I'm new to roleplaying, so if I do something stupid bare with me, but I look forward to (hopefully) roleplaying with you! )) (( Welcome to the boards! I look forward to the same. Also, can't read your doc, it's locked at the moment, but I'm asking permission if that's okay. )) Another day, another time to be scouting. The Swift Scout himself was slowly getting lured into exhaustion, and he was happy with the little free-time he had at the moment. He was about to pass out onto his bed when a letter had appeared on the front door. His feelings of exhaustion quickly dissipating, he picked up the letter, reading it all. > [{quoted}](name=Why Is Talon Fed,realm=NA,application-id=jxzFAe03,discussion-id=ZMuFnoGJ,comment-id=000c,timestamp=2016-01-14T00:16:33.093+0000) > > Dear Teemo, > I have seen you ask several other champions what their favorite breakfast of champions is. I can't help but wonder, what is your favorite supper of champions? Secondly (and more importantly) I was wondering if I could visit you to ask you a couple questions as I am afraid of this letter falling into the wrong hands if I were to write my real reason for writing this letter to you. This of course all depends on your discretion. > ~Sincerely Taber He was getting slightly irritated since he was asked this question twice, now counting to three, but it quickly disappeared when "Taber" asked to visit the Scout. He didn't see too much of a problem, so he decided to quickly send a letter back. The letter sent to "Taber" would be read in a somewhat sloppy handwriting: >Dear Taber, >Scrambled eggs and good vegetables. For an actual meal, anyway. I'd be happy to let you visit me. I will be available the day after this letter is sent to you, who is reading this.
[Taber](https://docs.google.com/document/d/130ff0rLsnbSDKxBrJSpYQsqe28WbjWe_nWbigYFKn7Y/edit?usp=sharing) just finished his late morning training and went back inside when he saw the letter laying on his desk. He sat down on the chair and opened the letter, noting the abysmal handwriting, squinting his eyes he read: > Dear Taber, > Scrambled eggs and good vegetables. For an actual meal, anyway. I'd be happy to let you visit me. I will be available the day after this letter is sent to you, who is reading this. Taber kneaded his eyebrows, curious if Teemo misunderstood him asking what his favorite supper of champions was, and thought that he was asking him what his favorite breakfast of champions was. Oh well, he could address that once he met him. He put on his traveling clothes and began his way to meet the yordle. ~3 hours later Taber finally reached the Institute of War, although he saw it long before he got there, the place was absolutely huge. He put down his hood and the cloth covering his face, and walked up into the place, and was greeted by what he guessed was a summoner on greeting duty. He asked him if he knew where he could find Teemo, and the summoner pointed him over to an area that housed some of the yordle champions and told him the room number after making him leave his weapons behind. Walking into the yordle side of the Institute greeted him with some immediate problems. He was already pretty tall for the average human, and the height of the hallways were shorter here. He had to bend his head rather far to proceed forward. Taber finally saw the door labeled #Y3, (noting its shortness of height) and knocked on the door, not knowing what to expect. (( Fwoops didn't realize it was locked, the profile page should be unlocked now. ))
: Ask Teemo, the Swift Scout! (Open RP)
[**Taber**](https://docs.google.com/document/d/130ff0rLsnbSDKxBrJSpYQsqe28WbjWe_nWbigYFKn7Y/edit#) sat at the table, drumming his foot on the floor as he was staring out the window trying to think of what to write. He had never written to a Champion of the League before, so this would be a first for him. A breeze came through the window, giving him a small shiver, he stood up, and turned his lantern on, then walked over and closed the shutters. Taber walked back to his desk and got out a sheet of paper and began to write: > Dear Teemo, > I have seen you ask several other champions what their favorite breakfast of champions is. I can't help but wonder, what is your favorite supper of champions? Secondly (and more importantly) I was wondering if I could visit you to ask you a couple questions as I am afraid of this letter falling into the wrong hands if I were to write my real reason for writing this letter to you. This of course all depends on your discretion. > ~Sincerely Taber Satisfied with the letter, Taber turned his lantern off and walked over to his bed and fell to sleep. He sent the letter to Teemo in the morning, anxious to see what the yordle would reply. (( Hi I'm new to roleplaying, so if I do something stupid bare with me, but I look forward to (hopefully) roleplaying with you! ))
: Guys Guys Guys, {{champion:40}} is literately a prostitute if you listen to her joke. Gentlemen {{champion:31}} has a pipe. Gragas Esquire drinks alcohol and has a cigar and no one complains. Unbelievable.
Actually janna's joke is like one of those things where you call a number and you talk to some hot chick on the other end of the phone, not paying to have sex ^-^
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