Originally Posted by Quiksilvur
Would you say you dislike the Noxians and Zaunites with as much... vehemenceas your comrades?
Even if so, are you so dismissing of their honor and power as other Demacians?
You asked a question very similar to this one earlier, which I answered. I believe it is on page 3, for your reference.
As for the second question, well, I am not dismissive of their strength. Otherwise the champions of Zaun and Noxus would not be in the League. Underestimation leads to defeat, and that is why you should never judge enemies until you know them well. Even so, I'm not saying we can't best them either. Although as for honor... there are plenty of Zaunites and Noxians who definitely don't fit the description of honorable.
Originally Posted by The Cryophoenix
Greetings Galio, it's a pleasure to speak to the Sentinel's Sorrow outside of the Fields of Justice. I have often been curious of you, if you don't mind me saying, for even to one as old as I am, you are a rare sight.
Did your creator ever tell you what the source of your magic was or of what stone you were crafted from? You have powerful abilities, as I've learned first handed, and I often wondered what the source of your mana was. Could you have some sort of rune stones in your grand body, or could the very material you are constructed out of have magical properties?
~Anivia, The Cryophoenix
I should believe I am
a rare sight, seeing as how gargoyles are not natural creatures.
My magic comes from several sources, most notably the runes written and enchantments cast on my skin. This is also what helps me reflect magic so well. Durand's unique crafting material also included a type of stone, one whose name I will not mention in keeping his secret, that contained many magical properties. It also assists in preserving life. Durand used that quality as a supplement for creating life. My Bulwark invokes this stone's properties in an exponential manner.