Originally Posted by Anrel
I must say first and foremost it has been an honour summoning you to the fields of justice, your prowess and might fit the tactics I employ perfectly and with you as my chosen my champion, I rarely see a loss! I'm keen to see your mind is just as strong as your presence on the battlefield and as beautiful as your features.
So my problem is thus, I have been saving my earnings for quite some time now, and it's come that I must make a choice. I have three options in mind to put this money toward, one is for convience, another is to improve myself and the third is for pleasure. The choices are learning how to drive the famous hex-tech conveyance, this will help in day to day life and make things a lot easier, the other is to learn piano, something I've wanted to do for sometime, since I find it a beautiful instrument, there would probably be little gain out of this however. The third is of course to spend all the money on a long holiday, possibly visit some friends abroad. What would you pick, given the choice?
I look forward to any advice you are willing to give,
I'm glad I merge well with your style. It's infuriating when a Summoner who doesn't like a relentless attack strategy tries to make use of my skills. Thankfully, now that I've been a member of the League for a while, most Summoners know what I'm all about, and don't try summoning me if they prefer a more passive strategy.
I would choose improving myself. If you saved all that money, you shouldn't waste it. Memories are nice to have, but skills are far more valuable. Now, I hate laziness, but learning to drive the conveyance is a skill itself. I wouldn't utilize the conveyance, but any skill is a skill worth having.
On the other hand, I'm no musician, and with Sona being the only musician I know, I can't exactly talk to anyone who can educate me on the subject. But, as far as I know, learning to play an instrument makes you more talented in just about every other area of life.
So, between the choice of learning a tangible skill, or learning an artistic skill that could also improve you in more useful areas... I'd choose the instrument. The conveyance option is just too lazy for my liking.
Originally Posted by Samiam22
Why exactly do you wear those dragon things on your hands? What purpose do they achieve?
The 'dragon things' are gauntlets. You'll notice both of the are lined with razor sharp teeth. As a half-dragon, I have sharp claws, but they're nothing compared to a fistful of steel. One swipe with these, and I'll show the world everything you had to eat that day.
Since I'm sure you'll ask where I got them, they were a gift from Jarvan IV. He had them commissioned for me when I joined the Demacian military. Many people and dragons alike want me dead for what I am. He gave them to me to encourage me to not try to hide what I am, but to embrace it, and use it to strike fear in the hearts of anyone who'd have me dead.
Originally Posted by Summoner Abyss
I'm a big fan of your work being a fellow Demacian, and as such being a summoner I tend to summon you or your comrades every possible chance.
My question is i notice you have a nice array of armor you wear for fighting, What one is your favorite, and are they enchanted so that you can change and not ruin your armor?
Hello, Abyss. Nice name, I must say. Intimidating.
Good, I'm glad you prefer to summon Demacians. Victory for our allies, defeat for our enemies, and justice for all.
My favorite armor depends on my mood. The one you Summoners refer to as 'classic' is an armor that proudly pays tribute to who and what I am. 'Ironscale' is an armor I wear when maintaining the most human shape I can take, so it's what I use when I'd prefer to show that, though I am a half-dragon, my loyalty lies with humanity and Demacia. 'Boneclaw' is a primal armor, one that I use for intimidation. It's the opposite of Ironscale - it's what I use when I want my enemies to know exactly what I am, what my father was, and what happens to anyone who dares cross blades with me.
They are indeed enchanted. When half-dragons shapeshift, only the tightest fitting clothes can survive the transformation. In dragon form, it becomes enveloped in our bodies. Loose, or thick, clothing is shredded. Since armor is thick, it would be destroyed if I tried to shapeshift while wearing it. So, Jarvan IV commissioned the College of Magic to enchant my armors and gauntlets, allowing them to grow with my form.