Originally Posted by Ask Shyvana
Shyvana raised her brows, impressed with Volibear's train of thought. She folded her arms, thinking this over.
"I do know that the reason dragons hate humans so much is because of our ageless war." Shyvana said. "But you do not understand the mind of a dragon. There is sheer,unbridled rage. A dragon looks upon the world and sees only things that serve to further infuriate it. Eating and killing are different things. A dragon rarely kills for food, it kills only because that thing dared to be alive. Artificial shelters make them seethe with fury. I have no idea how my father managed to train himself to realize that other things have a right to exist. It took a lifetime of parental care and months of Ionian meditation experts to get me this calm." She shook her head. "Humans have not helped, but I have no doubt that dragons started this war."
((Miss Shyvana, I'm going to leave something here. Voli would have no way of knowing it, but I think you should. It's part of one of Shyv's old lores. Her second one to be exact.
"The scarce and reclusive dragons left on Runeterra find it disgusting to mix their blood with the frivolous and violent lesser races."
That's why they hate Shyv. It hasn't been contradicted yet, as far as I know, so I'm pretty sure it's part of LoL lore under kitae's whole "comic-book logic" thing. If it's true, then there may be something wrong with your explanation of the dragon's mind. If they see humans as frivolous and violent, why would they be acting as you describe? It's your character, and it's up to you what you do with it. If you want to keep it how it is, I'll see how I can answer, but I thought I'd at least point it out in case you wanted to change it.
Also, her latest lore has her becoming hateful and savage not because she's a dragon, but because she's being chased by one drake the entire time and not allowed to settle down. That's just how I see it, though.))
Bjorn glanced up from the desk as the yeti and the child passed him, waving absently at the Cryomancer. When he realized where the yeti was going, he got up and followed them, both out of curiosity and because the League had requested he remain nearby unless the Ursine chieftain were to start discussing politics.
Originally Posted by Ask Nunu
Willump walks into the chamber with Nunu standing up in his harness and leaning against yetis head. Willump passed by Bjorn, not paying attention to the summoner. The boy however gave his fellow Freljordian a joyful wave as the yeti stopped at the door to the Ursine's inner chamber and knocked on door loudly before opening the door and letting himself in. Once inside the boy grinned at the Ursine and climbed onto Willumps shoulder.
"Hey there Cheif Volibear, how is it going. We came back from the winter solstice celebration back home and thought we would stick our heads in and catch up, Also to make sure the number of fools seperated from their heads are kept to decent levels."
The cryomancer winked at the Ursine as Willump chuckled at the joke, almost causing the boy to loose his balance.
When Willump entered, Volibear was lifting a pair of large weights, his gauntlets and helmet resting nearby. Hearing the knocking and Nunu's voice, he glanced up and nodded to the other champion and his adopted brother.
"Greetings, Cryomancer, Yeti. It is good to see you. Although, I am not entirely sure what we would need to 'catch up' on. Things have not changed much since we last talked."
He let out an amused noise at Nunu's joke, then barred his teeth at the summoner.
"So far, there have been no heads parted. I can think of one fool's head I might want to part right now, though."
The summoner winced and backed further toward the door, debating whether to leave and ignore the League's request or not. If Nunu and Willump paid close attention, they might see that the Chieftain's barred teeth seemed vaguely similar to...a smile?