||11-28-2012 03:55 PM
Petition - One last Teemo skin, in the honor of Hunter
E Nomine posted a thread a little while ago about a kid named Hunter. Long story short, the kid was E Nomine's friend and kiddo died from aggressive brain cancer. His last time in life was made liveable by playing Leagues with E Nomine, and his favorite champion was Teemo.
The thread can be found here: http://na.leagueoflegends.com/board/....php?t=2845141
Now I know that Teemo as a champion is hated by many and that a lot of people think he has enough skins as is even if they don't hate him, but if there was ever an occasion for a Teemo skin, this is it, in honor of Hunter. At least that's what I think.
With the current total majority of 95 % in favor of Hunter Teemo (At the time of me writing this), I believe it's safe to do this
Iron Stylus, I summon you, that you may see this petition and be moved to manly tears by the story behind it and aid us in erecting a very special kind of monument in memory of Hunter who, even though he was but 13 summers when he passed, had a strength of spirit the likes of which is rarely seen upon the Fields of Justice.
Originally Posted by Prof Nekko
I will begin the summoning procedure for IronStylus
I beeseech the spirit of the great parrot
grace this thread with your presence
We bring you offerings of crackers
And thoughs of Leona and Diana making out in a hot spring while naked
Something that it appears I haven't been sufficiently clear on at the start. This petition is inspired by Hunter and is in Hunter's honor, but as touching as his story is, this idea is about much much more than Hunter's tale, because there are millions of these tales worldwide every year. While I did this inspired by Hunter's story, the idea and the petition is about all those stories, and it is about voicing our support for all of the people suffering through the hell that cancer is, it is about erecting a symbol that says "You are not alone. We support you, we stand by you, we fight with you.", a symbol that those suffering thus can look to for strength when the doubts rise. Will this be seen and gains strength from by every cancer victim? No. Will this be the deciding factor in all of those who see it being able to retain their will to fight? No. But I believe that if it can be a pillar of support for even just a small faction of the millions of millions of people who are diagnosed with cancer each year, then it is worth it. More
than worth it.