First off, if the Rakkor were disappointed at not being given an invitation, odds are they would send someone to represent them as quickly as possible - prior to everything being fully set up. Was Pantheon not a member of the original group? It's likely that Pantheon showed up during the initial ceasefire if that's the case. At that point, with league representation, the Rakkor do not get a special "we still get to attack the Demacians and Noxians even though they're not allowed to attack anyone else or attack us" clause. Them getting extra-special-rules-just-for-them from the league isn't going to happen.
Didn't you just defeat your own point?
I think it depends on who you ask from Noxus. I think warriors like Darius and Riven have a great amount of respect for them since their skill in battle is without equal. However I doubt Mr. Swain respects them very much since he is a man of conquest. I think Riven especially must love the Rakkor since they are a lot like Noxus used to be, a place where strenght and honor is revered. While Talon must think of them as fools since he believs (along with many other Noxians) that this thing called "honor" is nothing more than bogus that will kill you one day.
Also, Noxus (and possibly Demacia as well) must be kind of... frustrated with the Rakkor. I mean imagine if Noxus won a HUGE battle against Demacia, forcing them to retreat after having suffered huge losses. Noxus now plans to invade Demacia itself... BUT! This random gang of crazy warmongers appears as from nowhere and says "If you wanna get to Demacia you have to get through us!" and then the Rakkor slaughters the Noxian army, resetting the conflict between Demacia and Noxus to a stale-mate. I for one would be really mad at that, especially since the Rakkor has no reason to do so, they simply do war because it's fun.
I think the reason no real winner was declared in the rune wars wars partly because no one probably could win. When either side got an advantage, the Rakkor showed up and spoiled it.
They probably think that they're a pretty cool bunch of dudes who live on a mountain and don't accomplish very much, and really wouldn't mind using them if they could ever get their hands on them.
I somehow doubt they worship them, though.
Y'know, pretty much what any city-state probably thinks of them.
What else is there? This entire time you were arguing that the Rakkor would get no respect from the Noxians, because something about never taking land, or air bombardments and gas attack or something. But he cleared it up right there. The Noxians respect strength, and the Rakkor are clearly strong. Fortunately for the Noxians, there aren't that many of them.
Lol, that's it. I got from the rioter that the Noxians do respect the Rakkor, but the Rakkor aren't a large enough population to cause the identity crisis I was outlining.
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