Laughing, Sigmund says, "As a punching bag, yes. As a supply of the torment she seems to feast off of, yes. Romantically? She looks as befuddled as a deer in headlights. If you were to give her a reason to look to someone else she might be pondering, someone whom Miss Fortune has a tendency of pointing out you are not, you could be free. And there's always having a plan to freight you to Kayle as a manure shovel once Morgana binds your soul to it." Sigmund ponders, "I suppose the real question is whether you want to continue to lose half your blood supply night after night or you want to cut it short, and maybe anger her. Here's a question though. Have you tried telling her that you're about to go insane? At worst, she turns you into a manure shovel. But there are enough summoners and magicians around here that that could probably be reversed."