Originally Posted by Ask Shyvana
Hello, Irelia. I was wondering when you would arrive. First, simply, how are things?
Well, I'm surprised at all the questions directed at me at the moment. It seems people have grown fond of me? Maybe it's because I just started this thread.
Anyways, I heard from some...friends that you and Jax are getting married! I wish you the best of luck! Congratulations!
Originally Posted by Geokhan
While Talon is asking for trouble (I know you will be fine, Talon),
I wish to know your opinion of the other city-states.
Geokhan, in awe of your dominance on top even after the nerfbat
I do not hold grudges against city states. Having multiple states with their own rules and customs allows for a person to have different ideals and not be punished for it. Take Janna for example, although she was born in Zaun, after her talents were discovered she found that her best path was that of Piltover's. If, for example, Zaun took control over Valoran, I do not expect Janna to be as successful as she is right now.
Like I said, summoner Morello hates me.
Originally Posted by Aproxima
Dear Will of the Blades,
we have seen it many times over and yet we still actually don't understand it. So if you were so kind and explained us what exactly is happening when you die in the Fields Of Justice?
Do you lose control over your blades or is it a matter of honor, something similar to what a samurai would do?
Why do you end up impaling yourself with your blades? Do they have mind of its own and deem you not worthy of wielding them when you are about to die and just seal your fate?
Aproxima of the Dark Plain
This is very complicated. But, simply when I "die", so does my blade. I've never actually seen my death (as I would be dead). My best guess is that my blade returns to my body, and the two parts of my soul combine and die.
I'm rather curious about this myself. My blades are not sentient, as we are "one". Maybe, we are "born" together and "die" together.
Originally Posted by Mordenn
Your answer was actually quite comprehensive, thank you.
For what it's worth, you don't feel undead when summoned. At least, not like the more traditional... haphazardly constructed sort (I will never get used to summoning sion. The puns alone are more than enough to make me cringe). If anything you feel... exceptionally vibrant. Perhaps that's yet another effect of having your soul within the blades or perhaps you're just very spirited. Given what I've seen you do on the fields of justice, even after summoner Morello's continued vendetta, I'm inclined towards the latter. Just what is it that gives you that incredible resolve? No matter what the other champions throw at you, you only seem to get more determined to win. I find it admirable, even if I can't truly understand it.
Thank you, Summoner. I appreciate it.
The thing that differs me from Sion is that I DO feel heavy emotions. When I was revived, nothing was changed except for my resolve and the blades. Sion and Urgot, on the other hand, were completely redone and were not recognizable.
I'm sure that my duty to protect Ionia from any harm would overcome my fears of dying. I, of course, have already "died" once.
Also, I haven't found it
, but maybe, I am able to fall in love?