Originally Posted by Ask Nami
What is it like to be able to fly freely around in the sky? I imagine in a way it is like swimming.
- Nami, the Tidecaller.
Being able to fly freely... you definitely have a lot of options on where you want to go. Just like swimming, yes, but the fresh air clashing with your face as you dived down before pulling up into the sky and the warm sun replacing any chills that you had with soothing beams of light... It always felt so refreshing, especially when the sun rose or began to set, since you were given a sight unlike no other. If you had wings, I'm sure you would enjoy it too.
- Kayle, the Judicator
Originally Posted by AODRG
"Well the library didn't seem to have too much information pertaining to both of you," Sam started, "If it wouldn't be too much trouble, I would like to hear the story that started your rivalry."
"Also, I wanna know about what powers you have off the fields," Alice added.
Kayle looked at the two before pointing at Alice,
"If you've heard about the incident with Maokai in the Twisted Treelines, I was able to shield all of my allies from possibly another death. Soon afterwards, we were able to restrain him. If I was able to shield myself and the other five from the Maokai, then imagine how devastating my holy flames would be without restrictions? I'm sure some champions have wondered what a real divine blessing would feel like."
The Judicator then turned to Sam, her eyes and words that were said after felt like it could burn through him,
"For your question, I'd like to keep it short and simple. Morgana told me things that made me believed she was either mad, or a traitor, I kept an eye on her, she studied dangerous arts that not even others knew or were willing to do. I assumed she were going to use them to end the war for us... I was wrong of course when I found out she was on the other side of the battlefield. Blood was shed and we fought over and over until the event that brought us here..."
Kayle soon broke eye contact, staring at her sword that leaned on the side of her desk.