Elephant

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Lightsaber

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07-26-2012

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I think a group of elephants are usually called a herd? A pride is a group of lions usually.
Oh, yes! You are correct. Thank you.


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BerserkInferno

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07-26-2012

xD


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Tellua

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07-26-2012

yes


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MathWizardPimp

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07-26-2012

Haha. This is terrific. Honestly it would be awesome to have an elephant champion. I'd buy it. Wouldn't you?


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Nysskel

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07-26-2012

This needs to happen! We need more anthromorphic champions like Volibear!


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NotoriousBLT

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07-26-2012

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uGHPvW3sq_g

Video is related. WOO! ELEPHANTS YEAH!


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akaRaven

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07-26-2012

Stampede should also do damage similar to what Ali has.


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rafaestranho

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07-26-2012

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1nc0nc13vabl3

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07-26-2012

do it.


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ZehNetoBR

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07-26-2012

Why not make an elephant champion on the likes of Nasus and Renekton? After all, there is Elephantine Island, aka Abu, which is located by the Nile River...for further info, I'll start copy-pasta'ing what Wikipedia tells about it:

It stood at the border between Egypt and Nubia. It was an excellent defensive site for a city and its location made it a natural cargo transfer point for river trade. This border is near the Tropic of Cancer, the most northerly latitude at which the sun can appear directly overhead at noon and from which it appears to reverse direction or "turn back" at the solstices.

Elephantine was a fort that stood just before the first cataract of the Nile. During the Second Intermediate Period (1650 - 1550 BC), the fort marked the southern border of Egypt.[1]
According to Egyptian mythology, here was the dwelling place of Khnum, the ram-headed god of the cataracts, who guarded and controlled the waters of the Nile from caves beneath the island. He was worshipped here as part of a late triad among the Egyptian pantheon of deities. The Elephantine Triad included Satis and Anuket. Satis was worshipped from very early times as a war goddess and protector of this strategic region of Egypt. When seen as a fertility goddess, she personified the bountiful annual flooding of the Nile, which was identified as her daughter, Anuket. The cult of Satis originated in the ancient city of Swenet. Later, when the triad was formed, Khnum became identified as her consort and, thereby, was thought of as the father of Anuket. His role in myths changed later and another deity was assigned his duties with the river. At that time his role as a potter enabled him to be assigned a duty in the creation of human bodies.

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Elephantine

So, with that in mind...why not?


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