Originally Posted by Pretty Unicorn
Quinton, who was nearby, could not help but close his book and put it on his knees. He was rather impressed by the talent of that drunk singer, as shown by his speechlessness and raised eyebrow. Sure, it was not Sona or Pentakill but it was still quite something.
The effects of alcohol never seem to stop amazing me. He thought, then shuddered.
He would stand then turn towards the Megling gunner. Still intrigued by the artistic display of the unknown drunk man, he asked: "Does he do this when he's sober?"
No *hic* idea! I barely know him!
Originally Posted by Ask Corki
I believe the summoner Alphis is asking why you have longer range at the end of a game on the fields than when you begin.
Well in that case, the explanation is quite simple. You see, as a summoner gets more used to controlling me, they are able to use my sharpshooting skills to greater and greater extents, so when they've reached the maximum level of control in a match, which you summoner's call "level eighteen", they are able to make me shoot at my real level of skill. I'm always that good outside the fields (Ashe and Varus can't touch this), you summoners just don't have the years of weapons training that I have.