((I'm just going to smile and nod. Not because I agree, but because it's just not worth it to argue with you. You've made that abundantly clear already.))
As Shyvana raised her eyebrows in surprise, Volibear growled, his fangs barred. There was something strange about the growling, though, something rhythmic, almost as though he were laughing.
"I suppose you have been listening to the Chronokeeper and his claims that we Ursine are merely bears that have learned to walk upright, wear armor, and speak. I had expected more from you, or at least that you would give the Frost Archer more credit than that she would ally herself with a trained bear."
When she spoke, the laughter stopped and he shook his head.
"You combine the frost dragons who have not attacked the villages of the Freljord tribes, even though their settlements and our village are what they might consider artificial, and the dragons the Ionians revere as offerors of wisdom and strength, with those you have interacted with, with those who attempt to kill you or whom you attempt to kill. I suppose dragons must all be the same, though. Just like all Noxians think and feel the same."
"Even if they were, you could not be sure they were always that way. Even the most peaceful Ionian would react poorly to being threatened, generation after generation. For all of your certainty and lack of doubt, the humans could very well have decided that they thought the dragons were hiding some treasure, or even that their scales might make good armor or simply looked nice, and it could have started from there."
He let out a growl, shaking his head again.
"You frown on the Demacians who believe that all Noxians are the same, but you see all dragons in the same light. Strange."
Shyvana scowled, growing visibly angry rather quickly.
"I've met but one dragon in my entire life who has not tried to kill me simply because I dared to exist." Shyvana said. "I was hunted all my life, until finally, my father was murdered, and Prince Jarvan and I exacted revenge for it. Live my life, then tell me there's something wrong with what I think. Bring one of your frost dragons, we'll see what it does when it finds me."