Out for a walk.
The morning sun emerged from the horizon as the cities of Runeterra slowly awoke from their slumber… Except Noxus which seemed to quiet down in the presence of the light.
It was almost a week from when Kog’maw was brutally rejected by Morgana, but he still sat in his room holding the clay doll.
His eyes looked at the clay doll, not even blinking as he sat there motionless.
Suddenly a commotion was heard outside of his room, but Kog’maw did not react.
“What? This is not-“
“It’ll do little Koggy some good-”
“I personally think it’s a good idea.”
“No he is not some pet-”
Kog’maws door flung open and standing there Ahri.
Gentlemen Cho’gath was behind her smiling with approval and Malzahar put his face in the palm of his hands.
“It won’t work.” Stated Malzahar, “he refuses to move, he rarely even eats!”
“Well I think that’s why we should take him out for a walk!” Said Cho’gath, it’ll revitalize our ol’boy.
“I doubt it.”
“Well!” said Ahri joyfully, “Don’t know till we try! Come on Koggy! Let’s go for a walk!”
Kog’maw remained motionless, holding his doll close to him.
Ahri puffed up her cheeks and thought for a moment.
“Hmm… O I know!” She put on a seductive smile and gathered pink energy around her lips.
“Come to me Kog!” She declared in a seductive voice and blew a pink heart shaped energy ball at Kog’maw.
It hit the void beast square on the forehead, but it shimmered and turned grey, falling to the floor and hitting it with a splat.
“Oh… well that’s pretty bad.” Said Ahri as she raised her brow, at her second failed attempt.
“Well that’s why I brought THIS!” She said and she flipped up her skirt revealing a whip tied to her thigh.
“Dear Void!” Exclaimed Cho’gath as both he and Malzahar shut their eyes at Ahri’s boldness.
“Oh, whatever! I know you guys long enough, who cares!” Said Ahri untying the whip from her leg.
“A lady should not act that way!” Protested Cho’gath with his eyes still closed.
“I wouldn’t count her as a lady.” Said Malzahar with his own eyes closed as well.
“Pfft! Well this will do!”
“Malzahar and Gentlemen Cho’gath hesitatingly opened their eyes and saw that Ahri had tied her whip around Kog’maws neck like a leash.
“Ok! Let’s go for a walk!”
“What!?” Said Malzahar, “That- what- He isn’t a DOG!”
“What are you complaining about?” Said Ahri as she puffed up her cheeks, “I’m the one dragging him.”
She strode to the door dragging Kog’maw on his side while he still held the clay doll.
The two Void beings parted for the surprising strong Fox and followed her.
Ahri’s new dog.
The League courtyard was filled with activity. The sun shined into the courtyard and Champions were busy socializing. Then Ahri and her Void trio came into view.
It was an odd sight indeed, a Giant Beast with a top hat, a floating human wearing full cloth coverings in the sun, and a skimpy fox lady dragging a motionless lobster like beast with a-
“Oh my god Ahri are you dragging him with a whip.” Exclaimed Lux as she broke away the Demacian group.
“Oh, it’s ok, he has tough skin he’ll be fine!” Said Ahri without a care. “Is Morgana feeling any different?”
Kog’maw twitched as the name was mentioned
*Sigh* “Unfortunately no,” Said Lux as she looked down shaking her head, “She looks like she wants to see him, but she always gets so angry when we bring him up.”
“That’s so mean!” Said Ahri as she fussed with Lux, “How can she abandon this poor caring-”
Ahri looked at Kog’maw lying motionless behind her.
“It’s just too sad, they were adorable together!” Lux crouched down beside Kog’maw as he laid on his side. She extended her hand and stroked the top of his head.
“We’ll get her back, I promise!”
Ahri smiled and did the same. But a shadow over came them.
It was Jarvan, Shyvanna, and Garen.
“We heard the news.” Said Jarvan grimly.
“I’d find it funny if you didn’t catch wind of this.” Said Malzahar as he looked down on Kog’maw.
“This is nothing to be sorry about, it was not any of our faults.”
“Then whose fault is it?” Said Lux sadly, Morgana wants to see Kog’maw so bad but she still can’t seem to stop hating him.”
Malzahar took a deep breath and looked at Gentlemen Cho’gath.
The massive Void beast nodded, “Well, we might as well get all the information we require. Perhaps it will help our old friend.”
The group looked at him curiously.
“Have any of you heard of these things?” Said Malzahar as he pulled out the heart-shaped tome from his cloak. “I believe these things are the reason for Morgana’s behaviour.”
Jarvan narrowed his eyes.
“Aren’t they supposed to bring love on Valentine’s and good tidings to relations? They can’t possibly be the cause.” Said Lux with her eyebrows raised.
“No,” said Malzahar, “I believe that they have another reason to splitting the two up.”
The group listened intently.
“Both Morgana and Kog’maw are not beings of this plane of existence.” Explained Malzahar as Jarvan extended a hand for the book. Malzahar gave the book to him. “When these two creature’s fates intertwine, count the resulting event cause something that these things did not approve of? This is within their field of surveillance.”
Malzahar looked at Jarvan who was flipping through the book.
“I’m guessing that you know something?”
Jarvan sighed, “Yes, come, let us visit the Demacian Archives. I will grant you all passage.”
The group arrived at the Great Demacian Palace, and with a wave of his hand, the doors of the palace parted.
The group strode through marvelous golden corridors and shimmering fountains that reflected the sunlight onto the proud buildings.
“My word, what magnificent architecture!” Complimented Cho’gath as he adjusted his monocle.
“Yes,” Said Shyvanna, “These were built to symbolize the epitome of Valoran’s living space for every race.” She looked back at Ahri who was still dragging Kog’maw through the halls.
“Do you need help carrying him?” Asked Shyvanna.
“Oh, no.” Replied Ahri, “He is oddly very light weight.”
“Oh, right, I forgot that Kog’maw hasn’t been eating much.” Said Cho’gath.
“When was the last time he ate?”
“I don’t know,” Said Cho’gath scratching his chin with a massive talon, “3 days ago maybe?”
“Oh Gosh!” Said Lux and Ahri together, the rest of the group other then Cho’gath and Malzahar looked at Kog’maw in astonishment.
“Oh, don’t worry, he won’t die. Heck he rejects the food anyways.”
“This won’t do!” Jarvan, “No guest of the Demacian Palace goes hungry!”
He turned to Garen,”Could you please show Ahri and Kog’maw to the dining hall?”
“Sure thing.” Said Garen, “I never took to books very well.”
The group split as Cho’gath, and Malzahar followed Shyvanna, Lux, and Jarvan to the Archives deep below the palace.
Garen led Ahri to the dining hall in the center of the palace while she dragged Kog’maw along to try and get him to eat something.
Don’t say don’t tell
Deep into the Demacian Library, Lux led Jarven, Shyvanna, Gentlemen Cho’gath, and Malzahar through the main hall of the library.
Much like the outside, the inside of the library was a shining gold, with Demacian flags draped over the walls and poles. The book shelves were at least three stories high as the group walked past them.
Finally they came to a large round desk with a young librarian writing records and documents. She looked up and saw the group.
At first she gasped at the sight of Malzahar and Cho’gath, but she let out a sigh of relief when Jarvan held up his hand and smiled.
“Have no fear Miss,” Said Jarvan as he chuckled, “They wish the view the archives today.”
“Oh thank heavens.” Said The librarian, “Would you like a guide-”
“It’s alright,” Interrupted Lux, “Please have a rest, I will guide them through the Archives.”
“Yes, Miss Crownguard you do seem to go into the Archives a lot.”
“Well, knowledge is worth it!”
The librarian took out her keys and opened the door, the then turned and asked curiously.
“What are you looking for in the Archives?”
“Oh just a few things about cupids.”
The Librarian smiled craftily,”Oh ho!, looking for more ways to charm Mr, Ezreal Huh?”
“No-No~!” Said Lux as she puffed up her cheeks just like Ahri.
“Well then you just need to show more of this instead of covering it up with armour~!” Chirped the Librarian as she pointed to Lux’s Chest plate.
“NOOO!” Cried Lux as she leaned over the dedsk and put both hands on the Librarian’s mouth.
Behind them Shyvana tapped Jarvan’s shoulder and asked. “What kind of effects does showing one’s chest have on men?”
Jarvan was ridged and silent.
Malzahar said sarcastically, “Well you know when Ahri hits people with that annoying purple heart?”
“Yea… That happens, only it only works on men… and some women.”
“What are the conditions for it to affect wom-?”
“Enough! Cried Lux Interrupting everyone, “Let’s just go to the archives and get this over with.” She and the still giggling librarian held open the door for the rest of the group.
Shyvanna went in first followed by Malzahar and Cho’gath.
When Jarvan walked through Lux grabbed his hand. Jarvan looked down at her with a raised brow.
“Please, Please, Pleeaassse, don’t tell my brother about this.” Cried Lux with her eyes desperate.
The librarian fell to the floor laughing.
“Your brother can’t control you studying in the archives.” Said Jarvan simply.
“My Brother thinks I’m studying ancient battle bush tactics!”
“Oh… so you weren’t-”
“No, I wasn’t!”
“Thank you Thank you Thank you!” Cried Lux as she jumped in Jjoy
She and Jarvan went into the Archives while the librarian was still laughing on the ground.
At first the Archives were dark and dusky, there were outlines of shelves in the background and old brick and stone work on the walls. It was the opposite of the shining library above. But then Lux shot out a ball of light which directed itself towards the top-center of the Archives.
“My word!” Exclaimed Gentlemen Cho’gath as the light revealed a marvelous array of shelves and artifacts. There were scrolls and golden tomes filling the shelves. Globes and telescopes as well as ancient gadgets were displayed along the walls.
They followed Lux to a small opening in the mass of the Archive.
There was a desk and a crystal light as well as a few chairs. It was Lux’s little studing square. It was cosy and took away the coldness of the archives.
“If there is more info on cupids,” Said Lux as she descended down the stairs, “Then it should be here.”
“I’m sure it would be my dear girl.” Said Cho’gath amazed. “By the way, do you have any books on Old English?”
“Sure thing,” Said Lux as she skipped off.
“Lets not forget the reason we are here.” Reminded Malzahar as he and Shyvanna began to look at the books in Lux’s study.
Jarvan found a chair and sat down. His eye caught a globe at the corner of the study and he got up to take a look.
Meanwhile Shyvanna began looking through the books and scrolls on Lux’s table. She held them up reading the titles.
“How do charm the opposite gender.”
“Feminine appeal tactics of the original Demacian Lady.”
“How to sculpt your curves, by the Shurmia prophet.”
“What?!” Exclaimed Malzahar as he raised his brow in confusion. Shyvanna continued to read
“How to increase ones breast si-”
“STOP!” came a voice from the sides.
Shyvanna dropped the book and it hit the floor with a thud.
“Nonononononononono!” Squeaked Lux as she scampered over and piled her collection into a large drawer of the desk.
“That’s not mine I swear!” Said Lux.
“I was just taking a look at the breast enhancement book.”
“Yours are fine! You don’t need any more, I DO!” Whined Lux as she puffed up her cheeks.
“I swear if this becomes a thing with women I will flip.” Muttered Malzahar.
“Anyways, here is your book Mr. Cho.” Said Lux.
“Why thank you m’dear.” Cho’gath took the book and tucked it away in his large coat pocket.
“Did you find anything about the subject our guests need?” Came Jarvan’s voice as he returned from inspecting the globe.
“Yes, please follow me.” Said Lux.
The group got up and followed Lux through the shelves.
Finally they arrived at a shelve that stuck out from the other shelves like a sore thumb.
“Wow.” Said Malzahar sarcastically. “A pink heart-shaped shelf. How original.”
“Well it does contain everything you guys need.” Said Lux.
“Well then let’s not waste any more time.” Said Shyvanna as she started to take books and scrolls off the shelves.
The corridors of the Demacian Palace were shining gold, just like the outside. Garen took his two guests on a mini-tour while they made their way to the dining hall.
“The Demacian Palace is a place where some nobles live and discuss matters with the royal family.” Explained Garen as Ahri followed him dragging Kog’maw.
“Councils are held every week to listen to the concerns of the citizen’s of Demacia…”
Ahri followed Garen through the halls while showing off her beauty. There were Demacian nobles and guards all through the hall and Ahri’s strut didn’t go unnoticed.
Her figure put some of the noble women’s to shame as the noble men stared at her wide eyed.
Ahri’s smile and strut only grew more emphasized when she heard a slap from the noble crowds. She purposely threw out her chest as she walked resulting in the usually motionless palace guards to turn their heads ever so slightly.
Ahri was a bit disappointed that her charm didn’t seem to affect her tour guide. Garen seemed completely oblivious to her beauty. He was too busy looking at his own. Occasionally he would see his reflection in the golden walls of the halls and crack a pose and smile.
Finally they reached the dining hall. Ahri sniffed the air and sighed with pleasure. The air was filled with the smell of cooking and baking. Kog’maw caught a whiff of the baking and sniffled. He whimpered and held the clay doll tighter.
Ahri knelt down and stroked Kog’maw’s head.
“You okay Koggy?”
Kog’maw didn’t respond.
“Let’s eat something.”
Still no response.
Ahri sighed and stood up.
“So what can we get to eat?”
“Well you are League Champions as well as official guests of Prince Jarvan today. Anything you desire to eat is available.”
“Well I’m trying to get Koggy here to eat.”
“Oh…” Garen looked at Kog’maw lying on the ground with curiosity.
“What happened to him?”
“You didn’t hear?”
“To busy stalking your sister and Ezreal?”
Yea- I mean NO! Nope! Too busy! Just too busy!”
“Riight, well poor little Koggy here got thrown out.”
“Morgana? Why did she leave him? I thought-”
Kog’maw whimpered at the mention of the name.
Ahri knelt down and gave Kog’maw a hug.
“Awww. It’s okay, She still wuvs you” Pouted Ahri as she scratched Kog’maw's head.
“I know the best solution!” Said Garen.
“What’s that?” Asked Ahri, “Mind you we’re just trying to get him to eat.
“Well that’s it!”
“When I was rejected- uhhh I mean- AHEM- When I turned away love for my duties, I felt empty and devoid of life. I needed to fill it up with something.”
“Of course at first I didn’t feel like eating anything. I became thin and un-manly!”
“Well of course Lux wouldn’t have that, so she decided to force me to eat one single bite!”
“She did what?”
“Yes!” Garen said as he teared up, “My precious sister used her wand as a crowbar and pried open my lonesome jaws and deposited a single cookie.”
Ahri raised her brow at Garens growing dramatic speech.
“Then as if the universe roared to life in my stomach I developed a monstrous hunger that quenched my thirst for love. It shoved love aside and I began to gorge on pretty much anything I could find!”
Ahri made a face of disgust.
“The whole Demacian kitchen was at my disposal, and I crushed my thirst for love with the sweet and salty taste of FOOOOOD!
“Wow~” Said Ahri sarcastically, “it’s a wonder you didn’t get fat.”
“Well actually I did.”
“You got fat?”
“Real fat.” Said Garen, “You see this chest?” Said Garen as he pointed as his over-sized chest and shoulders.
“And do you see this torso?” Garen pointed at his much smaller torso under the massive upper body.”
“Well reverse the two and you can imagine how fat I got.”
Ahri pondered for a moment. “EW!”
“Yes! But I have to say it is better than starving.” Said Garen proudly, “It was my dear sister that saved my from my thin stick-like state and brought back the man inside me! *Sniff* And that’s why *Sniff* I refuse to let her loiter around with that hooligan boy! Always taking her to dangerous places and taking her away from the safety of Demacia!...”
Ahri wasn’t listening to Garen’s ranting. She was too focused on trying to shove a cupcake down Kog’maws throat.
It felt like trying to pry open a steel cage door.
Then Ahri remembered how Lux managed to get Garen to eat.
She rushed to doorway of the banquet hall where two guards were standing.
“Hey you two~” Said Ahri seductively, “Can you two do me a favour?” She said as she showed a bit of her legs.
The two guards were hesitant at first, but after a few seconds they could not resist.
“S-Sure thing madam.”’
“I need you two to help me open that thing’s mouth.” Ahri pointed at the spears the guards were holding, then at Kog’maw lying on the ground.
The two guards looked at Kog’maw with curiousity.
“What happened to him?”
“He got dumped.”
“Oh… Alright then let’s get some food into his stomach!”
Ahri raised her brow. “How did you know what I was planning to do?”
“We were here when the Dauntless Vanguard got dumped too.”
“Oh, well that makes things easier.”
The Chefs of the Demacian Dining hall were some of best in Valoran. And with access to many ingredients the average person can’t obtain. Whipping up something delectable and irresistible was elementary to them
The only problem now is that they had to get the food through the steel trap mouth of Kog’maw.
Ahri was sitting on one of the benches thinking. She had her chin in her right hand palm and was tapping her lips with her fingers.
“Are you ready to order miss?”
Ahri looked up to see a fat jolly chef smiling down at her. He wore slightly stained chef uniform and an apron with the Demacian crest on it. In his pudgy hands was a small pencil and a notepad.
Ahri got up and thought for a second.
“I hope you don’t mind, but what you do you usually serve to someone like that?” Said Ahri as she pointed at Kog’maw lying on the floor.
The chef bent over and took a good look at Kog’maw
Kog’maw remained motionless throughout the entire trip, there was a gloomy cold aura around him and it was as if it was sucking the joy out of the air.
“Oh my, well.” Said The Jolly Chef, “Are you pointing at the fact that he is a void being or the fact that he is pretty down in the dumps.”
“Well then I recommend everything.”
“Everything?” Said Ahri as she raised her bro.
“Well you see when a person is in this state of mind, when he begins gorging, nothing really tastes… bad.”
“I see.” Said Ahri as she knelt down to stoke the top of Kog’maws head, “I’m sorry but I don’t think we will have enough for everything.”
“Do not worry.” Said the jolly chef, “Garen has informed us that today you are personal guests in the palace. You do not have to pay a single piece of gold.”
“Thank you very much.” Said Ahri as she bowed.
“Don’t mention it, Ho Ho!” Said the jolly chef as he laughed, “This is in fact a perfect time to test out new recipes! I hope you don’t mind m’dear!”
“Certainly not.” Said Ahri.
When the Chef turned and left Ahri let out a great sigh.
“Jeez I’m not used to being so formal. Yeeeuuuk! Oh well at least the chef was nice.”
Ahri put her hands on her hips.
“Now, I just have to wait for those two to-“
Ahri turned, “Oh hey!”
The guards she requested help from had arrived with several other guards.
“How shall we go about this Madam?” Said one of the guards as the group stared at the motionless gloomy blob lying on the floor.
“I just need you all to open his jaws when the food arrives. One piece of food should be enough to get the stomach churning.
Finding the right book.
The records that were stocked upon the heart-shaped shelf were bursting with information on the cupids. The group spent their time taking down and sorting the books.
“Whew!” Said Lux as she let out a breath of relief, “That’s all of them.”
She had sorted the books out in piles according to the subjects they covered and the dates they were written.
“It is much appreciated.” Thanked Malzahar as he read through the piles at lightning speed.
His eyes glowed as he riffled through the pages.
“What’s concerning you m’dear boy?” Said Gentlemen Cho’gath as he took up a scroll.
“These texts are very descriptive and have a lot of information down to the fine detail.”
“When I conversed with Veigar he told me that the cupids are of Natural magic.”
“Wait, wait, wait.” Interrupted Shyvanna, “You were conversing with the Master of Evil?”
“No, we were conversing with the Tiny Master of Evil.” Replied Malzahar unconcerned.
Shyvanna turned to Jarvan who was sitting with his back to a book shelf reading.
“How are you just sitting here letting a man who has schemed with that evil yordle just go through our archives?!”
Jarvan looked up unconcerned, “I think Malzahar was right in consulting Veigar.”
“Well he is an expert in most fields of magic, and Malzahar no doubt suspected that it was black magic that manipulated Morgana into that state.”
“Quite correct.” Said Malzahar as he continued to skim through the books. “Also we didn’t scheme with him. If you haven’t noticed he has his own women problems as well which is partly why went to go talk to him as well.”
“Wait…What?” Exclaimed Shyvanna, “Veigar has women problems?”
“I thought everyone knew.” Said Lux as she joined the converstation.
“I don’t!” Said Shyvanna looking angry that she had been left out of the loop.
“Veigar and Tristana are together right now.”
“…” Shyvanna let the thought run through her head.
“Though Ziggs and Veigar are looking a bit competitive for her.”
“I give up.” Said Shyvanna as she sat herself down on one of the chairs. “I never seem to get wind of these ~feelings~.”
“Well you are always training or cooped up in your room.” Said Lux as she put a hand on Shyvanna’s shoulder.
“The civilians don’t take too kindly to a half dragon walking around socializing every day.”
“Whatever your mind comes too, we are digressing from the main point.” Interrupting Malzahar, “Veigar explained to me the abilities of natural magic.”
“And what about it?” Said Lux. Jarvan put down his book, curious to hear what the void prophet had to say.
Lux put her hand on her mouth.
“What?” Said Shyvanna as she saw Lux’s expression, “What’s wrong?”
“Does this present problems?” asked Jarvan.
“Well, you see M’dear prince, it means that the books and all the time we spent here may not even be a least bit meaningful.” Said Cho’gath.
“You see,” Explained Lux as she picked up a book and pointed at certain points of the charts it contained, “Natural Magic evolves to suit its needs, just like animals are guided by Natural selection.”
She pointed at a diagram of a tree that branched off to many other branches.
“If what Veigar said was true, then the books here are almost certainly out of date. The Cupid’s laws and magic potential may have changed or… evolved.”
“Let’s hope they have evolved.” Said Malzahar. “Almost all of the books here have mentioned the Cupid’s absolute refusals to take back any act they have committed. They are also said to bring hideous consequences to people who have disobeyed or strayed from their love plans.”
“Consequences like what?” Asked Jarvan who was concerned that such creatures exist.
“Records have linked cupids to minor accidents like burn accidents to faces, all the way to major accidents like magical explosions and full on natural disasters to separate the lovers.”
“Seperation by life and death. Tsk, Tsk.” Said Cho’gath.
“Well, enough of the morbid stuff, we should join up with Ahri and Garen to check up on Kog’maw” Said Lux Cheerfully as she stood up.
“Here, Here!” Said Cho’gath, “Quite a great idea I have to say, I am a bit hungry.”
Chug, Chug, Chug, Nom.
The group ascended the Archive stairs to the library.
Lux led the way as she dimmed the lights while they left. The librarian was outside cleaning up and returning to her post.
It was just after lunch time.
“How was the research?” The librarian asked as she brushed crumbs off her uniform, “Anymore love potions?” The librarian giggled
“Nooooooo.” Said Lux, she puffed up her cheeks and walked the librarian.
“Have a good day miss!” Said Gentlemen Cho’gath as he tipped off his hat to the librarian.
Jarvan and Shyvanna both did a curt nod towards the librarian and the librarian bowed in response.
The group reached the halls outside of the Dining hall.
“Odd.” Said Jarvan as he looked around, “There seems to be a lack of guards.” There should be one posted at every pillar.
Malzahar looked up and narrowed his eyes.
He floated on ahead and the group followed.
“The Dining hall doors are to the right.” Shouted Jarvan as Malzahar pulled on ahead.
Malzahar reached the large doors.
The group caught up just as he forced open the doors.
“Oh damit, we leave that fox alone for a moment and she does this.” Said Malzahar as he put a palm on his face.
Jarvan and Shyvanna’s eyes were wide open, Cho’gath’s draw dropped to the floor.
“Eew!” Cried Lux
Before them was a scene of total chaos.
Food was thrown onto the long tables of the dining hall messily, and there were guards chugging beer while it dripped over their chins. Chefs were joyously throwing out their own concoctions of food and shoving them on the tables. Food was splattered everywhere.
In the middle of the dining halls there were two very large beings surrounded by chanting guards.
It was Garen and Kog’maw.
Both were shoving down food at a terrifying rate. While Garen just had a relatively big belly, Kog’maw seemed to have swelled to an immense and obese size.
Surrounding the two were chanting guards.
“Chug! Chug !Chug! Chug!”
Any matter of consumables were thrown at the two, which were immediately consumed.
Kog’maw had tears rolling down his flab’s of fat as he gobbled down more food. Even Garen was drunk and crying too.
*Sob* “Morgyyyyy.” *Sob, Sniff* “Waaaaaaahhh.”
*Sob* "My beautiful Lux running off!" *Sniff* "With that dangerous boy!!!!" *Sob*
Kog’maw then stopped for moment to devour an entire roast pig stuffed with marinated mushrooms and turkey.
Kog’maw looked like he was twice the size of Gragas and three times as obese, his legs and tail weren’t even visible under the fat, and only his tiny arms stuck out flailing about uselessly as Kog’maw used his tongue to obtain more food.
“Dam that Fox!” Curse Malzahar as he floated towards the two.
Jarvan and Shyvanna strode forward. “Stop this barbaric act!” Shouted Jarvan as his voice echoed through the halls
But the people were all drunk and crazed.
“Shyvana send for any guards that aren’t drunk I want this place in order in less than an hour.”
“Yes sir.” Shyvanna ran off.
“Stupid fox, gotta ruin my day… Friggin hoe…” Malzahar mumbled angrily to himself as he approached the circle.
With a flick of his finger a wall of void energy encased Garen, Malzahar and Kog’maw and flung the rest of the guards back.
The guards cheered as they were flung back and they got back up to resume drinking.
The hall was still filled with noise.
“Kog’maw!” Called Malzahar to the obese Void creature.
Kog’maw kept sobbing and eating.’
“Where’s that stupid fox!?”
He inspected the surroundings.
Then Malzahar caught sight of a white tail sticking out from under Kog’maws fat flabs.
“… The irony.” Said Malzahar as he floated towards Kog’maw’s flab.
He jammed his arms in between the flabs of fat and heaved. Voidlings grabbed his boots and clothing and pulled along with him
Emerging from the flab was Ahri gasping for air.
*Gaaasp* “I can breath!” She fell to the ground as Malzahar dropped her with a thud.
“Owww.” Ahri rubbed her bottom and back “Phew I thought I was gonna be in there forever.
She looked up and saw a furious Malzahar.
“… Hehee… Uh… hey there Malzy…”