Which Champion's philosophy fits the closest to your own?

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WizzadDeBz

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11-07-2013

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I have to say, It will probably be Akali and Lee Sin.

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"Hesitation is the Seed of Defeat" - Akali
I always went with the idea that Akali did what was necessary to hold balance, even if it sometimes means the morally incorrect decision.

"Master Yourself, Master the enemy" - Lee Sin
Lee Sin's purpose is to atone for the people he killed while being overzealous about his own abilities. He also understands that the only way to understand anyone else is to understand himself.

These are the ones that I can feel I relate to overall. At least, right now

Opinions end!
So what you're saying is that you need to atone for those murders the other day?


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Cuix

Senior Member

11-07-2013

Viktor and Xerath. As a staunch transhumanist and one who believes that power is amoral, not intrinsically corrupting, I find their philosophies to be extremely relateable. I'm glad they're in the game largely because of this.

Lulu is also fun, in her "everything is magic and why aren't you having ecstatic about that" attitude, and in a similar way I find myself really enjoying Lux's voice when playing.


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Weirding

Senior Member

11-07-2013

Lee Sin.

I'm seriously zen man.

Too bad I'm not skilled enough to play him well.


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Red Ryu

Senior Member

11-07-2013

Leona.

"I shall protect you"


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NateTheDinosaur

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11-07-2013

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And your favorite line from that champion?


I'm going with Sejuani.
"Deeds, not words"


EDIT: inb4rammus
oddly enough thought of it b4 i read this


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AnathemaMonstrum

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11-07-2013

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Viktor and Xerath. As a staunch transhumanist and one who believes that power is amoral, not intrinsically corrupting, I find their philosophies to be extremely relateable. I'm glad they're in the game largely because of this.

Lulu is also fun, in her "everything is magic and why aren't you having ecstatic about that" attitude, and in a similar way I find myself really enjoying Lux's voice when playing.

Hi5


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DrOinkleBerry

Senior Member

11-07-2013

"Such hatred in their hearts..." -Soraka

Yeah I think I'm the soft hearted Bambi type for the most part.


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IronStylus

Sr. Concept Artist

11-07-2013
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Ask not the sun why she sets
Why she shrouds her light away
Or why she hides her glowing gaze
When night turns crimson gold to grey

For silent falls the guilty sun
As day to dark does turn
One simple truth she dare not speak:
Her light can only blind and burn

No mercy for the guilty
Bring down their lying sun
Blood so silver black by night
Upon their faces pale white

Cruel moon, bring the end
The dawn will never rise again.


Not exactly a line..

The obvious, the orthodox, the authority, though it be bright and held high as a standard to obey, can itself be one giant sky-filling lie. Follow no false light, even if it's the biggest in the sky. Look upon it and question. The light must have a dark. The day must have a night. Even that which glistens with purity can cover blood, or hatred, or agendas.

Authority must be questioned, ceaselessly. If it is one that blinds and burns, it must be brought down.


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Mynt

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11-07-2013

Malzahar. .__.

It's getting to the point where I'm having visual hallucinations on a daily basis. It's only a matter a matter of time before it's 24/7.

Not that I mind. I think it's ****ing great the the floors shift beneath my feet. Sure makes the world a more interesting place, and as long as there is always floor where it should be, then it doesn't really bother me which section it decides to be the moment I put my foot down.


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Linna Excel

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11-07-2013

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Authority must be questioned, ceaselessly.
I find that most people telling you to question authority tend to want to set up a new but different authority.