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Regarding the new champion's name...

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NeonSpotlight

Recruiter

10-26-2010

If you don't think Leblanc sounds feminine then you've never played FFX-2


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Elhehir

Senior Member

10-26-2010

Quote:
LoveBrian:
As far as I know, Last Names dont depend on Gender?


They don't ! However, the last name just sounds a whole lot more masculine than feminine (and Lablanche which would be the feminine equivalent is not really used much if at all).


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Skorp

Recruiter

10-26-2010

Quote:
Elhehir:
Besides, most champions in the League are also principally named by their first name instead of their last name.


With Sarah Fortune being the main exception.


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TPM Manhattan

Senior Member

10-26-2010

I don't know, I thought it was a cool sounding name.


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HGT Lancelen

Senior Member

10-26-2010

Quote:
Skorp:
With Sarah Fortune being the main exception.


Jericho Swain, in this case, Swain sound much better.

But I agreed with OP, I prefer Emilia over LeBlanc, simply because it easier to type and in-game, that could make a different.


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legens

Member

10-26-2010

Should be writed Le Blanc or Leblanc but who cares anyway


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quai x3

Senior Member

10-26-2010

oh please, it was enough that they changed Mal'Zahar.


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RichardHead

Senior Member

10-26-2010

i personally wont be calling her Leblanc. Emilia isnt even a french sounding name, but at least its femme.


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Foxflare

Senior Member

10-26-2010

Emelia. I am now the third person with a different spelling of her first name in this thread.


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embl3m

Senior Member

10-26-2010

Quote:
LoveBrian:
As far as I know, Last Names dont depend on Gender?


I imagine he means gender as in the case of the noun, like in Latin. Granted, I don't know anything about French so I could be completely wrong.


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