Wow thank you a lot! Itís an honour to talk with you. Thatís not a compliment, thatís a fact. Your someone with a strong will to change what you think good and that is truly respectable. Thank you to have answered all my questions. I still got some more, but before I must tell you that I agreed with all you said about strength and power, but I disagree with the ability the excel beyond your peer. I think strength is the ability to excel beyond what you actually are, to improve yourself. I think itís the ability to face your Ďífateíí and pass trough obstacle. Well thatís all opinions, mine is not better than yours. I will ask you more question now!
1. When I look at you, I donít see any scar, thatís pretty rare for a warrior. Are you so talented that you never been hurt enough to gain a big scar or your using some kind of magic potion that restore skin appearance?
2. Sometime I ear you saying Ďí My spirit is not lostíí. Are you saying that your soul or your spirit is tainted by some kind of evil? Are you talking about your sanity, your honour or your dream? What exactly do you want to express with this sentence?
3. Is Riven your real name? Because it would be a nice nickname to fit your present situations since it mean something broken or torn apart. I donít wanna know your real name, unless you really want to tell it to me, but Iím curious because I donít think itís an coincidence if your actual name is ĎíRiveníí.
I will offer you again to ask me question or help if you want to. As I already said, I would love to help my favourite champions of the league. Thank you again
- Your devoted summoner, Algarik.
For your other questions,
1. The benefits of magic are great. Many battle wounds can be erased with curing spells. However, sometimes there are wounds so great that they cannot be concealed. I have a few of those. As much as I'd like to say I've never gained a scar in battle, but I'm not perfect. I've made mistakes. I've learned from them. And seeing those scars lets me remember them. I just don't show them off to other people. It's not something like that.
2. If you know my history, you'll understand that I went through some troubling times. If you hear me say such a thing, it's just that I want to express that it hasn't ruined me. I've grown from there. And I will continue to forge a new path from that point.
3. That's a very keen observation. I'm impressed. For that, I think I'll offer you this little amount of info about myself. Riven was the name given to me by my first commander in the Noxian military. The one who decided to enroll me. He was impressed by my ability to tear through ('rive') the enemy, even at my young age. I accepted it with pride. It has nothing to do with my current state. Rather, it's a summary of my strength.
Judging from your outlook on power, would you say you frown upon the combat techniques of some of your fellow champions? Several of them do not fight head on, with their fighting styles being more unorthodox, and, depending on your point of view, cowardly. Singed, Twitch, and Heimerdinger come to mind off the top of my head. Personally, I find such diversity in combat to be very refreshing, whereas outside of the League, you get run of the mill warriors who are all straightforward fighters. Thanks for giving us a glimpse into your thought process!
You might think I'm a little narrowminded, but I firmly believe that one can only truly gain strength from themselves. I feel that it's unfair to yourself to cheat your way through. To simply become something more without the proper input and training is unnatural. I can't agree with it. I've put all my efforts into my own strength, and it has paid off, while others did not and failed. I will continue to support this ideology because it has shown to be true. Effort should be rewarded by oneself before anything else.