Originally Posted by Ask Volibear
To Bjorn's credit, despite the howl and the flames, he remained where he was, body shaking in a mixture more heavy in fear than anger. When it seemed that there would be no more fighting for now, he let the Exhaust die, but kept his Summoner magic ready, just in case.
When Udyr looked over to him, the Ursine chieftain, who had been watching the exchange between the half dragon and the beastman with some interest, regarded him thoughtfully as he considered the question.
"To use it. To ensure your own survival, at the least, and ensure the survival of those closest to you, if you can. The purpose of my strength, both Ursine and Storm, is to protect myself and the tribe I am chieftain of."
He shot a glance at Shyvana.
"If you wish to speak about 'rights,' you have no 'right' to concern yourself with or judge what is beyond the reach of your strength. You can not judge that which is stronger than you, that which overwhelms your strength and ends your life. They were stronger, and you were weaker. That is not good. That is not bad. That is how things are. If you do not use your strength, or if you can use it no longer, something else will, be it plant or animal. Either way, your strength will be used and its purpose will be met."
Originally Posted by Ask Shyvana
"Strength has no point unless you use it for something." Shyvana said. "Just as gold has no value unless spent. And just as gold can be squandered on selfish greed, strength can be used for terrible deeds. But it can also be used to crush such evils under the banner of justice."
"Justice. Evil. Selfish. Do you want to die?" Udyr shook his head, "You do not. That is selfishness right there. Every, single, being in all of Runeterra is selfish. We are selfish because we wish to accept our strength. The Chieftain is selfish because he wishes to protect himself and his people. You are selfish because you think those you kill deserve it for being 'evil' and you are 'good', ergo they deserve death. You are young, naive."
Udyr snorted and glared at Shyvana, "You say that knowledge makes us even worse than ignorance. No. Ignorance will always be worse, because then you know not why you do what you do. We know why we do what we do, and we take responsibility for it. We do not hide under any guise, we do not cower from our lifestyle, the only reason we even bother trying to explain anything to you is because we see a possibility for you to be less ignorant, you have a sense of the primal rage that so many others try hindering. To be kept stupid is exactly that: To be kept stupid. Try being less and then you may have the possibility of being able to learn."
The beast man looked over and growled at the Ursine in the tongue of bears. Because of the fact that he hails from Ionia, his accent was completely atrocious to the Freljordian. <We speak later when we not in such bad mood.