Originally Posted by Leafblaze
Why can Rengar insta-stealth?
Rengar is an amazingly accomplished hunter. He has only been bested by one creature (that we know of) in almost all of memory. Rengar's extremely advanced hunting skills also include the art of camouflaging himself, and with his extensive time spent hunting, he has developed this skill to be almost a forgettable action, as easy for his brain to think about, signal, and activate his body as if it were breathing or his heart beating. It just happens. The process occurs somewhat like the following scenario:
Rengar sees his prey
He estimates relative distance
Decides what moment to become completely "invisible" (just so expertly camouflaged we do not comprehend it) (perhaps a better way to explain it is what moment to become extremely cautious)
Begins process of grabbing natural fauna to attach to his person
and by the time he would be normally seen by the enemy, he is "invisible," and therefore undetected.
Unless of course a vision ward gives the enemy unnatural sight.
Speaking of which, how does the vision (pink) ward give such excellent vision? Is there a scientific explanation or is it pure magic created by the Institute of War? Or some other reason?