Originally Posted by Paltala
Christina quickly stepped forward, beaming happily at being the first, She quickly asked without hesitation, "Kha'zix, what is your breakfast of champions?"
"Oooohhh..... If only I could....." He said. Images began swirling through his mind. Tryndamere cooked and served on a platter, Leona sprawled on the ground dead as he could feast on her effulgent powers. Or perhaps just a little midnight snack of Annie, or Teemo... No, no too hairy... The grand meal of them all... Rengar... Covered in blood, mouth gaped open and eye widened as he died screaming. He imagined him there, cut open, and ready for him to sink his teeth into. Oh how delicious he would be. The taste, the texture, the sheer powe-
"Ummm... Kha'Zix?" Summoner Tim said snapping him back into reality. Kha'Zix turned to him and growled
. "Be gone weakling!" He said as Summoner Tim just went back to standing at the door. He looked at Christina.
"Yes... Morning meals... The High Summoners have finally given me permission to go out in the morning to get food. Anything I find in the wilderness could be breakfast. Whether it be a large predator, or a small helpless animal if I do not feel that hungry in the morning... Speaking of hunger..." He said as his stomach growled.
"Seems I used up all the food I had left from Katie... I will need to get more soon......."
Originally Posted by Ask the Defender
Do you like cute, innocent bear cubs like Rengar?
"I'm sorry, you may have mistaken your Rengars. Then again you are an idiot." He said as he rolled his eyes. "Rengar is not an innocent bear cub. He has fought and killed. I've seen him in the battles. He fights like no other. He doesn't hold back, and I know he wants the kill when he's aiming for your neck.... Oh your screams...." He said as he rubbed his claws together smiling. He couldn't wait for the day he would hear the Defender's scream by his claws
. "And no I don't like bear cubs. I usually don't eat young animals. They don't have much meat on them and I prefer for them to grow up a bit more. The older they are, the stronger, and the stronger they are, the better."