Before him, the plague jungles rotted with a disease they created. Death took only itself in his presence. He knew this. And in a somber tone, he let the world hear it. "Even Death trembles in my presence."
Here, in this accursed, southernmost tip of Valoran, where no true life could exist, the Plague Jungles of the south Kumungu, he was free. All the magic and devastation and ruin he could bring forth accompanied him here, as his eyes set upon his final goal.
"The reason Icathia fell.. the Void Subjigator." He saw it now, the reason that the Void turned against their Valoran counterparts, the reason south Kumungu had become infected. With it, he would become a god.
And so too, would his second rebirth be a baptism by ruin, as the Void broke open to defend their only weakness. Cho'Gath, countless voidlings, and what appeared to be a giant version of Kag'maw, though it seemed to have more mouths. That meant more missles.
Veigar stared at his prize. "It's only a short way." And with a mighty tremble, the heavens parted, and upon his enemies fel a shower of dark matter. The Voidlings, covered by the truly colossal Cho'gath, stormed upon him, swinging his Staff he easily tore through flesh that would cause even Tyrandamyr to buckle, this was his day. As thousands more fell upon him, thousands of spikes grew from the ground, his Event Horizon, without the restrictions of the league, was now at it's finest. As those impaled were drained of their life essence, yet hundreds more cascaded through his obstacles, only to have their fellow's energies bind them as the Rain of Dark Matter Fell upon them, their Cho'Gath shield being blown back from a baleful strike, taking his place now was the Giant Kag'Maw, firing a storm of Bio-arcane Artillery at Veigar, who Countered with a primordial Burst, which blew a hole in the center of the Barrage, and exploded on the monster's face, blasting it back. The remainder of the Acidic blasts hit him, burning his hat and much of his robes away. His Darkened mask of magic now gone, for favor of longer and more powerful attacks, revealed his face.
Looking upon it in the blood of his enemies, as more poured to him, and Cho'Gath stood, feasting upon the Large Kag'Maw beast, he saw no difference to them, and the Yellow eyes and darkened fur that reflected to him. "So be it."
Even from as far north as Noxus and Demacia, the thundering Roar of chaos and Ruin, combined with the explosions of Veigar's magic could be felt as if an army was at their gates. Bandle City Mobilized it's troops, as Teemo cursed his foolishness. "Never trust a cat." He, Tristana, poppy, and Even Rumble armed themselves to scout into the Plague jungles and slow whatever could come at them, and possibly hold some back as the Yordle civilians fled north, and the armies took their stations.
All the death by his hands, Veigar could feel his power spiking to levels he didn't think possible, and still the endless armies of the Void poured upon him, only to be slaughtered like ants eaten by an anteater as Veigar and Cho'Gath exchanged blows that shook the earth beneath them. A claw five times his own size dug into the ground next to him and he trapped it in an Event Horizon, firing five Baleful strikes at it's respectful arm, breaking it off, only to be grown anew by the truly, truly enormous Cho'gath, who fired a barage of Vorpal strikes at him, followed by a roar that would shatter the minds of lesser men. Veigar was no longer lesser men, it would be hard to call him a yordle or a man of any kind now.
He fired a second Primordial burst followed by a large Dark Matter call upon Cho'Gath's head, and Veigar fell over, out of mana. As the Dark matter hit him, and the Primordial burst blew him right back into the explosion, Cho'Gath fell. The earth shook once more, as silence dawned.
Veigar looked up to the Void Subjigator, now nothing more than a pile of metal and mana steam.
"S'only.. a short.. waughh..."
Veigar fainted. His small body still brimming with the untold power of the countless Voidlings he had slaughtered. Despite not having ever touched the Device, he had used it as it was intended.