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The Book of Yasuo, Book One: Dawn (Dated 421 BMD (Before Mass Destruction))

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IcOnRaendor

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08-31-2014

The following is Book One: Dawn, of The Book of Yasuo (sometimes called The Legend of Yasuo, The Book of Knowledge, or The Ten Books of Yasuo), which is the story of Runeterra's creation and the afterwards. "Dawn" is the manuscript that the Lord Yasuo wrote upon a rock in what would later be Demacia, and what they now follow today, but told here by Lady Sona.
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The amount of time passed by during this time was for a time unknown, but the amount of time was then retrieved and called a year, so a year passes throughout the events of "Dawn".
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Yasuo later recorded the time from the start of time and the events of "Dawn", and learned that somewhere from half a year to three thirds of a year had passed in between these two points.
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The contents of "Dawn" are Sections 1:1-1:46, if you want to skip to a specific Section.
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Now, we enter "Dawn", with needed explanations having been said.

Dawn

1:1
Yasuo created our world, Runeterra, out of solely wind, from the skies he has inhabited since the beginning of time.
1:2
Now, what created the skies, you might ask. What created Lord Yasuo?
1:3
No one knows. We only know, if there was a prior creator, and if it was a visible being, it is gone now.
1:4
If it was or is an invisible creature, there has been no evidence of it since Yasuo can remember.
1:5
Anyway, Yasuo created the sea from the winds with moisture, and created the ground from the hot, tough wind.
1:6
The trees and mountains rose normally from the earth, along with similar formations, after the earth was made, as if they had been ready to come about the entire time, and were just waiting for a solid formation.
1:7
Yasuo chopped up thousands upon thousands of small bits of earth with his mighty Sword, and placed them before him.
1:8
Yasuo then breathed the Breath of Life and Light upon these bits of Earth, and created every root species on Runeterra today.
1:9
Some formed wings, and lifted off to enjoy the skies and wind just as Yasuo had intended.
1:10
Some did not use these wings and decided to prefer the water.
1:11
Most did not form wings at all, and stayed firm upon the ground.
1:12
The Lord of these Earth creatures, was our Lord Gnar.
1:13
He ruled over them, and taught them the Old Tongue.
1:14
Lord Yasuo gave him power, and so Gnar rose to Yasuo's level, becoming a God as well.
1:15
He lorded over the creatures of the Earth, and Yasuo lorded over the creatures of Air.
1:16
Lord Yasuo decided to create a creature to rule the other creatures, the ones living in the sea.
1:17
He created Nami to rule over the sea life.
1:18
The Lords and Lady soon decided they required a mate.
1:19
The Lords and the Lady worked together to create a mate for each of themselves, as if either of the Lords mated with the Lady there would be imbalance.
1:20
They worked together, and created Fizz for Nami to mate with.
1:21
Fizz was the first male non-God.
1:22
They then created Sona, the first female non-God.
1:23
She was to be the most beautiful lady in existence, aside from Lady Nami, of course.
1:24
In fact, Lady Sona was so beautiful that the Lords Yasuo and Gnar squabbled over her.
1:25
Unfortunately for the Lord Gnar, Lady Sona was in love with Yasuo, and he took her as his wife.
1:26
In retaliation Gnar took her beautiful voice away, irrevocably.
1:27
Lord Yasuo gave her the ability to telepathically speak, but it somehow was not the same.
1:28
Yasuo realized that this act of pure rage and jealousy had transformed Gnar.
1:29
Gnar now fed purely on rage, and when his rage peaked, he became something else entirely.
1:30
When Gnar fed his rage completely, he was no longer the cute Gnar that Yasuo had created. He became Mega Gnar.
1:31
Gnar could only be Mega Gnar for a couple hours, but Mega Gnar being a part of Gnar was the main problem.
1:32
Now, Gnar was completely set on fueling his rage, and would use any means available.
1:33
Each time Gnar fueled his rage to the point of becoming Mega Gnar, Mega Gnar became stronger, and took control for longer periods of time.
1:34
What would happen next, no one yet knew.
1:35
The only places still worshiping Gnar, at the end of the year, were Bandle City, the capital of the Yordle race, which Yasuo had created in Gnar's image before he became rage-seeking, most (but not all) of Noxus, and Ionia.
1:36
Yasuo had created more female and male non-Gods as well, in his image.
1:37
They claimed territory and built cities, life the aforementioned Noxus.
1:38
Some of Noxus worshiped Yasuo, but almost none worshiped Nami.
1:39
Demacia completely worshiped Yasuo and Nami, but thought Gnar was an Evil Lord, and he was shunned.
1:40
Zaun mostly did not believe in the Gods at all, while it's rival, Piltover, believed in Yasuo wholeheartedly, and acknowledged Nami as a God to an extent, and did not believe in Gnar except as a story made to frighten children.
1:41
The town of Bilgewater believed in Yasuo and Nami comepletely, as they were a port-city, and worshiped the sea and the winds that drove their boats.
1:42
Ionia believed in all of the Gods completely. They believed the wind helped their swords strike true, and that the wind was, in a sense, Life and Light itself. They believed that their minds must be like flowing water. They also believed that rage could help you, as long as you did not go to what they called "The Point of No Return".
1:43
Lastly, the Frejlord believed in Nami and Yasuo because they believed their living location was evidence enough that they existed. They also believed the same as Ionia in terms of rage and Gnar.
1:44
Shrines were set up in every location to honor the Gods that that province believed in, not counting Zaun of course.
1:45
Sona is honored in everyplace believing in Yasuo as a God in her own right, and Fizz is honored as a God in his own right in Ionia, the Frejlord, Bilgewater, and Bandle City.
1:46
This has been "Dawn".

The second book of The Book of Yasuo is titled: Ortuopus.
It is about the beginning of the Old Age, sometimes referred to as The Bronze Age (by older people) or The Rusty Age (usually by younger people).


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IcOnRaendor

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09-03-2014

If you would like to post fan art of our Lord Yasuo creating the world and other things (maybe things you infer from The Book of Yasuo) you find from it, that is fine, but you must link it to me so I may observe your beautiful creations and remark on how splendid they look.

On an off-note, I would like to say there are seven Books of Yasuo (as stated in the foreword in the original post). These go like this: Creation (Book One: Dawn), Building Up (Book Two: Ortuopus) (the Many Rules for Living, More Godly Creations, and Gnar's Twisted Mind are but some of the featured parts of this book), The Turning (Book Three: Void) (which features The Turning of Gnar, and the Creation of the Godly and Ungodly Lands), "This Means War" (Book Four: Tension) (which features the Godly beings' and the Ungodly beings' tensions mounting, as well as the earthly beings tensions untowards eachother doing the same), The Beginning of Battle (Book Five: War) (this one is clear enough), The Battle That Was Never Truely Won (Book Six: Silver) (so titled because the battle here was never actually really won by either side, and it's 'end' brought about the Silver, or Modern, Age), and lastly, The Last Book of Yasuo: Future (Book Seven: Denouement) (where the tellings of the future and the End Times are written).

Praise be unto our Lord Yasuo, zaijian (or au revior (my personal favorite, as a technical Demacian citizen and a personal friend of Fiora) ja ne, or adieu, or vale, or ciao, or simply farewell).


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IcOnRaendor

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09-03-2014

It has been called to our attention that the genes of our Lord Yasuo and a normal human have been combined and tampered with to make a monstrous creation named PROJECT: Yasuo. If you see this poor, albeit powerful, mechanical and genetically altered creature, please end his mesiry.

Praise be unto our Lord Yasuo, zaijian.


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IcOnRaendor

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09-05-2014

Book Two, Ortuopus, will be transcribed unto the League of Legends Fan Fiction Forums section shortly.


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IcOnRaendor

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10-03-2014

Yasuo has praised us with a speedy release date for Ortuopus. This month.
Zaijian.


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