Originally Posted by OdainMorll
I've wanted to contribute to your question column for awhile now, I'm not sure why, perhaps just to learn something from a hardened warrior such as yourself however I could never think of a decent enough question, so i'll ask this: How do you think your column has gone so far? Do you feel that you have spread your knowledge and experience while also having learnt something yourself? I do not mean to intrude, I just wonder.
Signed, Odain Morll"
Honestly, I think my writings have given others a chance to know who I am, and where I stand. To that end, I think it has gone well. I don't know if I've learned all that much, but I have met some individuals that have been pleasant to speak with...and a few who are not...
Whatever the case, I think it's gone well. Thank you for your question.
Originally Posted by PuniMage
Riven I have a question ((IDK if you been ask this already or not)) when you reformed you blade is that a temporary or you just choose not to keep it like that.
And when you reform does it like answer your problems? or your just getting serious?
I can keep my blade in its fully-formed state for much longer than the League's sanctions allow. I reform the blade with the power of my will, and it amplifies that power into a real and tangible thing using the many runes carved into its surface. When broken, I can only access some of the power the blade allows me, and my abilities are less prominent.
However, when fully-formed, I have access to every ounce of my willpower, and can bring that to bear on those who would try and stand in the way of my goals. It drains my willpower and energy to keep the blade maintained, but I have yet to reach the limit of its activation in any of my duels in the Sparring Grounds.
I hope that answers your question, Veigar... Though I can't imagine why you would want to know such a thing...