Nexus Ambiguity

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Ae5op

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12-04-2013

1. Are Nexus stones common place on Runeterra?
2. were the Nexus stones found at Kalamanda, the same ones we see each time at Summoner Rift?
3. when a team destroys a Nexus, (in the lore) is the Nexus gone forever or is it 're-forged' with magic? (eg. are there only 2 Nexus stones).

please answer any or all of these questions about Nexus stones... tyfyt


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Ebonmaw Dragon

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12-04-2013

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Originally Posted by Ae5op View Post
1. Are Nexus stones common place on Runeterra?
2. were the Nexus stones found at Kalamanda, the same ones we see each time at Summoner Rift?
3. when a team destroys a Nexus, (in the lore) is the Nexus gone forever or is it 're-forged' with magic? (eg. are there only 2 Nexus stones).

please answer any or all of these questions about Nexus stones... tyfyt
  1. The Nexus are rare sources of magical energy. (I guess that the most of them were destroyed during the Runewars). The League also owns fragments of Nexus and entire Nexuses(what is the plural word for Nexus?).
  2. The Nexus at Kalamanda are the same Nexus that are used at "The Cristal Scar" (Dominion). (In fact, The Cristal Scar is part of Kalamanda)
  3. The team destroys a "illusory representation" of the Nexus. Almost nothing is actually real at the fields of Justice (the champions, structures and monsters are just copies) (Im not sure of this)

PS:
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They (The summoners) bound him (Nocturne) to a nexus fragment, trapping him in the physical world.


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Ae5op

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12-04-2013

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The team destroys a "illusory representation" of the Nexus. Almost nothing is actually real at the fields of Justice (the champions, structures and monsters are just copies) (Im not sure of this)
Interesting. Is this your own idea, or where did you get this idea?


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Ebonmaw Dragon

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12-04-2013

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Originally Posted by Ae5op View Post
Interesting. Is this your own idea, or where did you get this idea?
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The many neutral monsters on the Fields of Justice are constructs inspired by real creatures from Runeterra. The Baron Nashor you see on the map is actually an incomplete facsimile of the true Baron Nashor, who is now the subject of myth and legend. The story goes that Baron Nashor was a ferocious worm that ruled the Serpentine River, which flows through Summoner’s Rift. He was such a fearsome and powerful beast that even the armies of Demacia and Noxus steered clear of the river, unwilling to chance an encounter with the Baron.
http://leagueoflegends.wikia.com/wiki/Baron

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Minions are constructs of the League, used specifically for battle arenas. They aren't sentient. In the earliest days of the League – during their extensive testing phase – there was a rumor that they were using sentient beings as minions. They even supposedly used necromancy to summon skeletal minions to fight as the minions of today do. Such rumors are generally thought to be unsubstantiated.
http://leagueoflegends.wikia.com/wiki/Minion

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If they can do things like that, i suppose that they do the same for the buildings.