Originally Posted by Starn3rd
I am curious. When summoning you, I sometimes feel as if you can be rather difficult to understand. I realize that in situations where I control you competently, you are capable of amazing things, but often times, I am frustrated by simple things. How do you attribute this?
"The bond between Champion and Summoner goes beyond words to define, we are linked in mind and body alike, your thoughts and mine are one. A Summoner never fully controls another champion like a Puppet Master, but he does control their very willpower. It is the same principle that allows you to choose which Lane I begin in at the start of a Summoner's Rift match. You desire me to go mid, top, or bottom... maybe Jungle, its happened before, and I fly into the lane as if it were my idea and my decision, content with whatever choice we make together."
"There are of course complications, in the summoning process. Surely you are not unfamiliar with the sight of a Champion who has suddenly and sometimes violently lost connection with their summoner. In that situation their minds are assaulted and left blanked, almost in a zombie like state as they are recalled to the Summoner's Fountain, damaged from the magical backlash and unable to fight, or even move on their own power until the match is over and they can receive proper care, or their Champion restores the fragile link."
"There can be many factors as to why sometimes we sync perfectly some times and fail to do so otherwise, but even Ryze, the Rogue Mage is still attempting to fully understand Summoning Magic, and in the Institute of War he is considered the unquestionable expert in Magical knowledge."
"Though perhaps it's as simple as the days we connect, one of us may not be in proper health; a bad headache in a Summoner can actually be shared with the Champion in rare occasions, hindering both of their abilities. I do hope this answered your question."
Originally Posted by Ask Talon
You never know.
You know how tricky summoners can be.
"Noted, I'll roost with an eye open as per your advice."