Originally Posted by RiotRaven
we have come to realize that the formats we'd chosen have their limitations. Judgments are stories limited in that they occur only during the intake of a Champion into the League of Legends. The Journal of Justice is limited in that it can only contain in-setting journalistic articles. We have found that these limitations are preventing us from providing you with the background and stories that we really want to share with you, ones that will better appeal to a broad audience.
So this is the lore that you really wanna show us, Riot? THIS garbage? THIS piece of **** that you call the "Dark Sovereign"?
It could've been Kassadin's Daughter, but nope. That just wouldn't be good enough for you guys. You just have to screw **** up by calling THIS "lore".
Bah, who am I kidding... you guys are just a bunch of dudes who crawled over the WC3 map that destroyed the custom gaming scene of WC3. What good am I to expect from a bunch of junkies like you, anyways...?
ALSO: Just because you think that "they have limitations" (which they DON'T, by the way, if you knew ANYTHING about ****ing story creation in the FIRST ****ing place...
), that is absolutely no good reason to stop doing them altogether. The League Judgements are FUN to read. The Journals of Justice are FUN to read. Just because they have what you call "limits", is no reason to stop doing them. The only thing that could possibly limit it in the first place is the fact that IT'S A SPECIALIZED ARTICLE OF STORY. WHICH IS, OH I DUNNO, THE RIGHT
WAY TO DO IT?
TL;DR: Don't fix whats not broken.