Zyra frowns and crosses her arms,
Originally Posted by AskPantheon
"I can appreciate the gesture, but what is a practical use of such a thing?"
"It is beautiful. That is all it is for when detatched from the main stem. Simply to show it's beauty."
She raises an eyebrow wondering if Pantheon would keep the flower or not.
Zyra growls, the vines retract from Urgot but were still close enough to bind him should he do anything to aggrivate Zyra or her plants.
Originally Posted by Dear Urgot
*Urgot makes no sudden moves and replies calmly*
I found it *wheeze* in that condition. The Noxian gardeners *wheeze, cough* are not very good at their jobs. Release me. *cough* I need something poisonous. A nectar of any sort, preferably. I am looking *wheeze* to upgrade my Noxian corrosive shot. *he holds up his right arm to show the weapon*
"I know many poisons that could be used dead man, a trade will do."
She looks at the weapon in disgust, her anger for someone allowing the plant to get in such a horrible condition still lingering.
"Bring me the gardener and you can have you poison."
Originally Posted by Ask╔lise
"And I would love to show you" Elise replied.
Zyra smiles at this,
"Is it possible to show me?"
Originally Posted by Damnnation12
He nodded, he was going to sitdown but with all the thorns laying around...He opted agaisnt it, he also took note not to step on one of her plants... "Alright, I have a few more if thats alright." He clears his throat. "What do you think of the shadow Isles champs? Such as Hecarim, Mordekaiser, Elise, maybe Karthus?"
Zyra waves her hand as she notices the humans discomfort, a large thick vine raises behind the summoner,
Zyra remains standing and thinks about the question
"Hecarim, I do not know personally, all I know that both him and Mordekaiser are giant lumbering fools who would probably destroy my garden if they ever came in here. I not knowing them personally, I have no opinion."
She then smiles to herself,
"Elise? A truely beautiful creature, graceful and enticing... And a predator. I respect her more than anyone from those Isles."
She then frowns,
"Karthus however reveals in death. He is obsessed, but allows him to see the beauty in death. Not many can or are even willing to see death from his point of view. Much like you humans and my view on nature."