Originally Posted by Ask Drav
Draven never got the chance to meet you before or after you left Noxus. I have only one question that Draven has always been curious to know.
What motivated you to finally leave?
((Answering this like a letter, because I run this like letters except in special circumstances. XP))
I think all the hair products or mustache wax you use must be effecting your thought processes. I didn't leave Noxus. Noxus gave the order to kill Fury Company and what remained of the Ionian forces. After we had given everything for our home, they turned their back on us in favor of cowardly battle tactics and dishonorable actions... It started a while before then when we destroyed whole villages, not just soldiers. What was strong about that? But when the corruption of our Noxian ideals turned all I'd ever loved or known into that sickening mess...I realized I had nothing left, so I exiled myself until I could find my own path.
I thought this was all common knowledge...
Originally Posted by Dear Luxanna
Oh wow, my sparring match... what I did there offended you?! I'm sooooooo sorry, I didn't think it would! I... well... I know how to do it now, it worked, it'd be irresponsible of me to not use something I can do... but I promise I won't purposely make it look like what you do.
I want you to know, I didn't spend hours trying to steal your trick. Half the time, all I have to do is witness a spell, and it's like... if you saw 2 + 2 written somewhere, you wouldn't need to do the math, you'dd know it's four. That's what it's like with me. I can do... wow... I don't wanna name people, but gosh, half the League, I can replicate something from. And I know it offends a lot of people. Being a prodigy is so alienating... sorry.
Your heart is in the right place, Lux, but you need to relax and think things through. Some people take great pride in what they have trained to do, like me. I worked impossibly hard to achieve my techniques, training day and night, sometimes until my body collapsed under my own weight. So, when you put that much of yourself into things...it is somewhat frustrating when someone copies it from you almost instantly. It's like you worked hard, and then someone comes along and steals it, you know? Intentional or not, you've got to understand why it bothers people.
Besides, I'm sure your own techniques are far stronger than anything you can copy from other people.