Come up with Super Serious Explanations or Lore to explain Gameplay features!

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Combatheaven

Senior Member

08-30-2012

Warwick, due to his curse, is actually able, for a split second, to move his claws to close to the speed of light as he calculates the distance between him and his foe. By doing this, he is able to strike his foe due to the shortened length between his claws and its mark due to length distortion. Furthermore, following up with Heimerdinger's theory of relativity, time also, slows down for his claws that are moving close to the speed of light.

Why does Nidalee's spear deal much more damage as it travels further even though it is not accelerating?


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ThyHoneynut

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08-30-2012

Nidalee is actually able to do more damage, not based on how far they are, but how much spin is being put in to the spear, aergo, deeper into the champion's skin. The farther she is, the velocity of her spin increases. That much of a pitcher in baseball, when he throws a curve ball. A pitcher throws the ball with the spin, but it doesn't actually curve until it hits near the mount.

Who is Urf? and why does Urf's ghost remain in Summoner's Rift? (autumn theme)


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TurboMeh

Junior Member

08-30-2012

Urf is one of Soraka's friends. Seeing her in the League made him want to join, but before he was able to ever enter the battlefield, he was killed by Warwick. As a result, his ghost forever haunts Summoner's Rift.

Why is it that casting spells reduces the cooldown of Ryze's other spells?


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CrimsonClaymore

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08-30-2012

Ryzes understanding of magic improves the more he uses magic, Ryze is able to cast his spells more frequently when using other spells.

How is Gangplanks crew able to accurately launch a series cannonballs millions of miles inland and at the target location correctly, based solely off of Ganglpank firing a few flares.

(Also according to lore, Urf wanted to join the league because of his admiration of Jax)


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PizzaRice

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08-30-2012

The canon balls that gankplank's crew uses are like heat seeking missles, being attracted to the flares gangplank shoots off. When the cannonballs reach where the flares disappear, they immediatly fall from the sky.

So why does Skarner feel the need to repeat his name 3 times while in a bush?


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Erraticus

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08-30-2012

Skarner is self-centered, so much so that he feels repeating his name over and over not only makes it sound cooler, but it also pumps him up to do better in any battles to come. Whether he actually does or not is irrelevant - he still feels self satisfied to just hear his own name, even if he's the one saying it.

Why do turrets prioritize minions over enemy champions if said enemy champions aren't attacking allied champions?


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Melanchior

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08-30-2012

All turrets we see have passed through Turret Academy, where all recruits were indoctrinated with anti-minion propaganda and rhetoric. They are constantly reminded of how minions have killed all their parents.
And since council of the League funded Turret Academy, deals were made behind closed doors, that Champions, being valuable commodities, were to be targeted last, though not entirely ignored, so as not to look suspiciously unfair.


How do Shaco and LeBlanc REALLY split into two?


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Drakylon

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08-30-2012

Shaco and LeBlanc don't actually split in two, but rather create clones of themselves that function much like themselves. However, the clones' limited power lowers their battle abilities, hence they deal less damage and Shaco's clone takes more damage.

Why does Anivia move slower than Garen?


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PizzaRice

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08-30-2012

Anivia, as you might have noticed, is a bird of ice. The molecules that make up ice barely (if nvr) move, making it difficult for the freezing person to move. Hence why your fingers become numb and hard to move when they get well.. numb from the cold.... or why water (a liquid) can turn into a solid block of ice)

Why does your screen go colorless when your champ dies? Your the summoner, not the champ.


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DoomScar

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08-30-2012

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Originally Posted by PizzaRice View Post
Anivia, as you might have noticed, is a bird of ice. The molecules that make up ice barely (if nvr) move, making it difficult for the freezing person to move. Hence why your fingers become numb and hard to move when they get well.. numb from the cold.... or why water (a liquid) can turn into a solid block of ice)

Why does your screen go colorless when your champ dies? Your the summoner, not the champ.
As we all know, there is no direct contact between the Summoners and Champions other than communication through the Summoner Sphere. The Summoner Sphere's changing of color is a system of notifying the Summoner that his champion has been killed in the Summoning Grounds.

(if you don't get what a Summoner Sphere is, .watch the Season 1 trailer again. I just made up the name though)

There are a lot of causes how "Scurvy" disease can be caught. How do you think Gangplank caught it?