((Forgive me for the time away, but I've had a lot of things happening in life. Among others is the arrest of a dear friend for stabbing his step father to death on father's day, but... Details... Not so keen on those... But alas! I've been hearing rumors of a page takeover, and we simply cannot have that, can we? So, here I am! Back in action))
Originally Posted by AskKarthus
Hello prophet. Do you know where Sona disappeared off to?
No, Karthus, I do not. I don't tend to keep up with the trivial affairs of such... fools.
Originally Posted by xblackoutbradx
Prophet, I am wondering: if, by simply using your various skills and spells, you can summon a small voidling for a time, why then, can you not focus your magic to bring forth a much bigger being of the void? I'm sure you teammates would appreciate it, especially when they have to go against that annoying flame child and her bear.
Ah, this is an excellent question. While it's true that I could call forth a larger, more powerful void creature, certain... ah... restrictions, prevent me from doing so. The League's fear of such beings, for example. They wouldn't exactly love to have the field stormed by armies of Cho'Gath and Kog'Maw strength creatures. It's simply unfair. And, with more power comes more intelligence. And while they're not the best, I can at least ensure my control over my voidlings. So, to sum up, bringing forth an army of monstrous creatures that do their own will (while eventually going to happen anyway) just won't do for the Fields.
-Malzahar, Prophet of the Void