Corrupted hearts, a league of legends fanfic | FanFiction
There's just one problem: Riot has yet to form some of the compelling, Ashe and Tryndamere are in a political marriage to secure an alliance. "Is there, any love in your relationship with King Tryndamere? To Ashe, it wouldn't be a problem having one or two bundles of joy running. Creating Relationships and Why Trundle's Lore was Changed Lots of our older champions actually face this problem their plot arcs are more or less closed off, their motivations limited, their stories . "Tryn is still with Ashe.
Alcohol dulls the senses. Turns out my stomach had something to release as well. The music suddenly stopped catching everyone's attention in the hall.
Lissandra slowly stood up from her chair and announced with a loud voice: May this peace and unity last until the stars fall from the heavens. And it has been two years since your marriage, I still haven't given you a wedding gift. Your support was enough for a gift.
The officer looked at his wrist and back at him, as if telling him to look underneath it. Slowly he peeled the cuff of the coat back and saw chainmail armour underneath. Rage suddenly filled him as he punched Dimitri, knocking him to the floor, clutching his now bleeding nose. Ashe managed to get a look at Tryndamere before pain suddenly shot at her hip. She grasped at the spot and felt an arrow jutting from her flesh.
Lissandra flashed her a wicked smile as a barrage of arrows launched from the balcony, wielded by the "musicians". Chaos instantly filled the hall as the once friendly Frost Guard officers turned on them with knives from the tables. Tryndamere's rage flared as he saw his wife go down, four arrows embedded into her body.
She wasn't mortally wounded, but she will be if those wounds go untreated.
He ran towards her, punching every officer that tries to get in his way. Eventually he managed to get to Ashe and pull her behind a collapsed table, several arrows lodging into his backside. Braum, Gragas and Nunu were quickly disabled by the onslaught of Frost Guard while the rest of the Avarosan officers were brutally stabbed to death, their blood staining the chairs, tables and floor.
Lissandra raised her hand and slowly the bloodbath stopped. Her men waiting for her next command. Ashe gripped Tryndamere's arm tightly.
Begging him to not face her.
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Tryndamere saw a knife on the floor and immediately anger and vengeance overcame his entire being once again. His eyes glowing blood-red. The crossbowmen in the balcony failed to react fast enough but Lissandra simply outstretched her hand towards him, despite her lack of vision. Ice shot from her fingertips, coating the charging barbarian's body in ice.
Tryndamere was too angry to even notice that he was immobilized completely or feel the cold. All he felt was anger and the desire to kill the witch his wife had foolishly trusted. The people want to know more about the way the world interacts. Every champion AMA by the devs usually has a few questions: How does Syndra feel about Annie?
Why does Shen treat Akali like an innocent soul in the Jhin story? Exceptions and excellence There are a couple of exceptions to this rule that I want to highlight, because they break the trend of favouring big worldbuilding plots over little character moments. The first is the conclusion of Burning Tides.
Graves and Twisted Fate get the band back together. They admit that they were both wrong in their own ways, they were both stubborn, and they get back to the life of criming it up.
The second one is Lullabyean Ekko story. Sure, most people who play League are interested in getting the gold for that BF sword or getting more LP in ranked.
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Some people, however, are interested in the world and characters of League. A lot of the updates you're seeing now are made with that in mind. More on this later, I promise. I'll have a lot more to articulate on this subject soon. We don't mean to leave you hanging. There's a lot to discuss, and a lot of detail we want to convey about our thought process, but please know we aren't ignoring our players.
Trundle's potential relaunch idea came partially from a skin that was in development a while back, literally an ice troll Trundle.
Found this gorgeous art of Tryndamere proposing to Ashe by Marie Magny : leagueoflegends
It was an inspiring enough concept to warrant taking a look at reformatting him. The Empire gave some fascinating insight to a vast universe oppressed by a harsh regime, but I cared more about whether Han and Chewy were going to make the jump to hyperspace.
When I was first pursuing Diana, I had some little sketches which started to inform some momentum, but there was honestly no solid direction to go story wise. At the time, the drawings of her had her in armor, but with dual weapons, almost like Akali. No idea where I was going with that design, but whatever. I wrote this ridiculously elaborate story which I shared with Runaan and Volty.
It centered around Diana having been sold into slavery and working at a Zaun strip mine. She would toil day in and day out.
Being small as a child she ended up going deeper into the mine than any adults. She grew to know the mine, to know the secret places of the camp. The warden, or head of the mining company, or something like that, came out regularly to observe the goings-on at the camp. She would see him parade around with his children, rich, fat, and superior looking. She obviously hated him for being the one in control of the mine, and the ostentatious life he lived.
So, one day, Diana's sneaking around one of the secret areas in the mine's camp and tumbles through a wall, or some such thing, and finds a prisoner, like herself, who's been there his entire life. The man is bitter, but like her, since he was small, he knows his way around and he's basically built himself up a little home deep in the forgotten mess of the mine's camp.
He can't escape, but he has his hovel, and his bitterness to keep him company. He happens to be a moon worshipper, and every night, don't ya know, he prays to the moon about getting revenge upon the warden. He sees in Diana a young person who has the chance that he never will now that he's old. She could escape the mine and kill the warden! Oh, by the way, the mine digs up magical moonstone.
So wouldn't you know, turns out the old dude has crafted some mighty fine weapons out of this moonstone, and they're unbreakable essentially because as a true acolyte of the moon he has the power to imbue weapons with such awesome. Apparently the moon has also caused him to go all crazy-like.
Stuff gets very Count of Monte Cristo here and she trains with him, also bows to the moon, learns how to use the weapons, and eventually they formulate a plan to have her escape and hunt down the warden. Some stuff goes down, explosions, whatever, she escapes and.
Epic scene happens where she's got one of the warden's kids and is ready to kill him but then BOOM! She's super good and. Leona stops this madness and is like. In conclusion, and that's a terrible story by the way, that puts Diana nowhere really in the universe, or any real good reason to want to have it out with Leona aside from some very superficial reasons.
It also pretty much just makes Leona into some weird traveling Superman. Maybe the story is compelling in a way. Yeah, It's taking the revenge aspect, she's from a terrible situation, she's been enslaved, it's harrowing to a certain extent because she's experienced some horrible stuff, you root for her possibly.