Once one has lived through what I have, they can no longer be called a child.
I wondered why the Sun was so revered and praised, when the Moon can do everything it can, without burning or blinding. I have always felt strengthened during the night, and when the silver light shines, I simply felt at peace. So in a way, I have always known that the tingle of ennui when the dawn arrives was not natural, yet right.
But curiosity begets curiosity. I was forced to learn that if it was not natural, then it was not right.
As for my power, I don't see where you're going with that. My weapon has been infused with the influence of the Lunari. I can embody it, and I can pull my foes in the way the moon controls the tides. It works with the flow of the inevitable night.[/INDENT]
You have no idea of what I lived through or my age, and you make a comment like that? You truly are childish and ignorant.
Your response is interesting, I assume you mean to say it came naturally. Though the sun may set, is it not true that the moon does so as well? Does the sun not shine bright and support life? Is the night not a place where criminals and predators lurk? You should think things through more carefully before you level blind hatred. You have been blinded in a metaphorical sense by your reverence of the moon. As Kassadin says, balance above all else.