Issun: (slightly muffled) Sorry about the gas mask, Trundle.
Trundle: Nah, it's okay. I've kinda grown used to seeing folks like you wearing them by now. All things considered, it's not that bad.
Issun: (slightly muffled) Seriously?
Trundle: Yeah, but then again, not many champs around here care for me. I kinda knew it when I got this curse stuck on me.
Issun: (slightly muffled) I see. Now, to start this interview, what do you like about the League of Legends?
Trundle: Well, I know a thing or two about pain, and I'm more than happy to show the other champions around here. That, and at least I have someone to talk to.
Issun: (slightly muffled) What do you dislike about the League?
Trundle: Some of the wisecracks I have to come up with are kind of stupid if you ask me. Not that I mind saying them at all.
Issun: (slightly muffled) Okay. Do you miss anyone in your homeland?
Trundle: Can't really say so. Nobody wanted to even look at me after I took the curse of my tribe, much less talk to me. And now, look at them. Rotting away from their own pride, about to leave me as the last of my kind. Then again, they'd never want me back if I told them I let them have this curse back.
Issun: (slightly muffled) Ah, I see.
Trundle: Oh, and by the way, I've read a lot of your other interviews, and to answer your next three questions, "Don't care," "maroon," and "Soraka".
Issun: (slightly muffled) Why that last answer?
Trundle: You heard what I said in the last issue of the Journal of Justice, right?
Issun: (slightly muffled) You mean that she often healed your body, even if it only lasted a few seconds?
Trundle: Yeah. Much as I think it's a waste of time trying to heal me, I appreciate the gesture. Helps cut back some of the pain.
Issun: (slightly muffled) I see.
Trundle: As for how long I plan to stay here, I'd say I'll stay here as long as you guys let me.
Issun: (slightly muffled) Okay. So, to finish this interview, what plans do you have for the future?
Trundle: Plans for the future? What plans do I need? Coming to the League of Legends was a big learning experience for me. And one thing I learned in particular: you never know what the future holds, so just take it as it comes.
Issun: (slightly muffled) Good answer. Thanks for letting me interview you.
Trundle: Eh, whatever.