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7th Feb '16 5:18:27 AM WhirlRX
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** There's a custom mod that can turn Leona into [[VisualNovel/FateStayNight Saber]]. In the Japanese server, she would be voice by Creator/AyakoKawasumi, Saber's voice actress.
30th Jan '16 7:13:23 AM ACW
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** [[TinTyrant Mordekaiser, the Iron Revenant]]: In life, he was a brutal warlord who ruled Eastern Valoran with an iron fist. [[TheDreaded Hated and feared across the continent]], when his enemies finally united against him, Mordekaiser went out laughing and promising he'd come back for them. When he was resurrected by a group of sorcerers, [[UngratefulBastard he repaid them by forcefully turning them all into undead liches bound to his will until the end of time]]. This would become his signature power, where he would brutalize his foes before [[YourSoulIsMine enslaving their souls]], forcing them to slaughter their own kin against their wills. We are treated to such an act when he attacks a Demacian garrison, strangling one of the knights guarding it to death before turning him on his fellow warriors. Upon his return, the Iron Revenant would then spend a decade tracking down and killing everyone that stood against him in the past. Once he had his revenge, he resumed his campaign of carnage, never dying each time he's seemingly slain. Once it seems he's finally killed for good, he returns centuries later in the Shadow Isles, enslaving an army of undead to prepare for the slaughter he adores so much, seemingly targeting Noxus first. Unlike Thresh, who went mad from the corruption of the ancient artifacts he was guarding, and Karthus, who is a [[WellIntentionedExtremist well-meaning lich]] at worst, Mordekaiser was always this bad, and just wants to burn the world to the ground because it's not his to rule.
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** [[TinTyrant Mordekaiser, the Iron Revenant]]: In life, Previously titled the Master of Metal, he was in life a brutal warlord who ruled Eastern Valoran with an iron fist. [[TheDreaded Hated and feared across the continent]], when his enemies finally united against him, Mordekaiser went out laughing and promising he'd come back for them. When he was resurrected by a group of sorcerers, [[UngratefulBastard he repaid them by forcefully turning them all into undead liches bound to his will until the end of time]]. This would become his signature power, where he would brutalize his foes before [[YourSoulIsMine enslaving their souls]], forcing them to slaughter their own kin against their wills. We are treated to such an act when he attacks a Demacian garrison, strangling one of the knights guarding it to death before turning him on his fellow warriors. Upon his return, the Iron Revenant would then spend a decade tracking down and killing everyone that stood against him in the past. Once he had his revenge, he resumed his campaign of carnage, never dying each time he's seemingly slain. Once it seems he's finally killed for good, he returns centuries later in the Shadow Isles, enslaving an army of undead to prepare for the slaughter he adores so much, seemingly targeting Noxus first. Unlike Thresh, who went mad from the corruption of the ancient artifacts he was guarding, and Karthus, who is a [[WellIntentionedExtremist well-meaning lich]] at worst, Mordekaiser was always this bad, and just wants to burn the world to the ground because it's not his to rule.
30th Jan '16 7:13:06 AM ACW
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** [[MadArtist Jhin, the Virtuoso]]: Khada Jhin is a crazed serial killer-turned-assassin that reveals a hidden dark side to the once pure Ionian council. Originally convicted for mass murder in the province of Zhyun, Jhin was [[KarmaHoudini set free by shady elements in the council]], and hired to serve as their "secret weapon" of sorts. Mind of the Virtuoso shows us his crimes through his eyes, as he casually murders 4 different people, seeing all of their deaths as a painting mended by his gun. Jhin lives to kill, and as long as the Ionian elders have a grip on him, [[AboveTheLaw the law cannot touch him.]] His in-game dialogue also details an old plan of his to assassinate Shen's father, the master of the Kinkou Order, before Zed beat him to the punch. Now he wants to kill both of them, Zed as revenge for stealing his spotlight, and Shen to serve as his father's "stand-in". Sadistic and seeing no point in peaceful ends, Jhin is one the sickest [[CombatAestheticist Combat Aestheticists]] to ever come to light.
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** [[MadArtist Jhin, the Virtuoso]]: [[MalevolentMaskedMan Khada Jhin Jhin]] is a crazed serial killer-turned-assassin that SerialKiller-turned-[[PsychoForHire assassin]] who reveals a hidden dark side to the once pure once-pure Ionian council. Originally convicted for mass murder in the province of Zhyun, Jhin was [[KarmaHoudini set free by shady elements in the council]], council, and hired to serve as their "secret weapon" of sorts. Mind of the Virtuoso shows us his crimes through his eyes, as he casually murders 4 different people, seeing all of their deaths as a painting mended created by his gun. Jhin lives to kill, and as long as the Ionian elders have a grip on him, [[AboveTheLaw the law cannot touch him.]] him]]. His in-game dialogue also details an old plan of his to assassinate Shen's father, the master of the Kinkou Order, before Zed beat him to the punch. Now he wants to kill both of them, Zed as revenge for stealing his spotlight, and Shen to serve as his father's "stand-in". Sadistic [[SoftSpokenSadist Sadistic]] and seeing no point in peaceful ends, Jhin is one of the sickest [[CombatAestheticist Combat Aestheticists]] {{Combat Aestheticist}}s to ever come to light.
30th Jan '16 3:03:28 AM ACW
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** [[MadArtist Khada Jhin, the Virtuoso]] is a crazed serial killer-turned-assassin that reveals a hidden dark side to the once pure Ionian council. Originally convicted for mass murder in the province of Zhyun, Jhin was [[KarmaHoudini set free by shady elements in the council]], and hired to serve as their "secret weapon" of sorts. Mind of the Virtuoso shows us his crimes through his eyes, as he casually murders 4 different people, seeing all of their deaths as a painting mended by his gun. Jhin lives to kill, and as long as the Ionian elders have a grip on him, [[AboveTheLaw the law cannot touch him.]] His in-game dialogue also details an old plan of his to assassinate Shen's father, the master of the Kinkou Order, before Zed beat him to the punch. Now he wants to kill both of them, Zed as revenge for stealing his spotlight, and Shen to serve as his father's "stand-in". Sadistic and seeing no point in peaceful ends, Jhin is one the sickest [[CombatAestheticist Combat Aestheticists]] to ever come to light. ** [[TinTyrant Mordekaiser, the Iron Revenant]] was, in life, a brutal warlord who ruled Eastern Valoran with an iron fist. [[TheDreaded Hated and feared across the continent]], when his enemies finally united against him, Mordekaiser went out laughing and promising he'd come back for them. When he was resurrected by a group of sorcerers, [[UngratefulBastard he repaid them by forcefully turning them all into undead liches bound to his will until the end of time]]. This would become his signature power, where he would brutalize his foes before [[YourSoulIsMine enslaving their souls]], forcing them to slaughter their own kin against their wills. We are treated to such an act when he attacks a Demacian garrison, strangling one of the knights guarding it to death before turning him on his fellow warriors. Upon his return, the Iron Revenant would then spend a decade tracking down and killing everyone that stood against him in the past. Once he had his revenge, he resumed his campaign of carnage, never dying each time he's seemingly slain. Once it seems he's finally killed for good, he returns centuries later in the Shadow Isles, enslaving an army of undead to prepare for the slaughter he adores so much, seemingly targeting Noxus first. Unlike Thresh, who went mad from the corruption of the ancient artifacts he was guarding, and Karthus, who is a [[WellIntentionedExtremist well-meaning lich]] at worst, Mordekaiser was always this bad, and just wants to burn the world to the ground because it's not his to rule.
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** [[MadArtist Khada Jhin, the Virtuoso]] Virtuoso]]: Khada Jhin is a crazed serial killer-turned-assassin that reveals a hidden dark side to the once pure Ionian council. Originally convicted for mass murder in the province of Zhyun, Jhin was [[KarmaHoudini set free by shady elements in the council]], and hired to serve as their "secret weapon" of sorts. Mind of the Virtuoso shows us his crimes through his eyes, as he casually murders 4 different people, seeing all of their deaths as a painting mended by his gun. Jhin lives to kill, and as long as the Ionian elders have a grip on him, [[AboveTheLaw the law cannot touch him.]] His in-game dialogue also details an old plan of his to assassinate Shen's father, the master of the Kinkou Order, before Zed beat him to the punch. Now he wants to kill both of them, Zed as revenge for stealing his spotlight, and Shen to serve as his father's "stand-in". Sadistic and seeing no point in peaceful ends, Jhin is one the sickest [[CombatAestheticist Combat Aestheticists]] to ever come to light. ** [[TinTyrant Mordekaiser, the Iron Revenant]] was, in Revenant]]: In life, he was a brutal warlord who ruled Eastern Valoran with an iron fist. [[TheDreaded Hated and feared across the continent]], when his enemies finally united against him, Mordekaiser went out laughing and promising he'd come back for them. When he was resurrected by a group of sorcerers, [[UngratefulBastard he repaid them by forcefully turning them all into undead liches bound to his will until the end of time]]. This would become his signature power, where he would brutalize his foes before [[YourSoulIsMine enslaving their souls]], forcing them to slaughter their own kin against their wills. We are treated to such an act when he attacks a Demacian garrison, strangling one of the knights guarding it to death before turning him on his fellow warriors. Upon his return, the Iron Revenant would then spend a decade tracking down and killing everyone that stood against him in the past. Once he had his revenge, he resumed his campaign of carnage, never dying each time he's seemingly slain. Once it seems he's finally killed for good, he returns centuries later in the Shadow Isles, enslaving an army of undead to prepare for the slaughter he adores so much, seemingly targeting Noxus first. Unlike Thresh, who went mad from the corruption of the ancient artifacts he was guarding, and Karthus, who is a [[WellIntentionedExtremist well-meaning lich]] at worst, Mordekaiser was always this bad, and just wants to burn the world to the ground because it's not his to rule.
29th Jan '16 12:36:23 PM ACW
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* CompleteMonster: [[TinTyrant Mordekaiser, the Iron Revenant]] was, in life, a brutal warlord who ruled Eastern Valoran with an iron fist. [[TheDreaded Hated and feared across the continent]], when his enemies finally united against him, Mordekaiser went out laughing and promising he'd come back for them. When he was resurrected by a group of sorcerers, [[UngratefulBastard he repaid them by forcefully turning them all into undead liches bound to his will until the end of time]]. This would become his signature power, where he would brutalize his foes before [[YourSoulIsMine enslaving their souls]], forcing them to slaughter their own kin against their wills. We are treated to such an act when he attacks a Demacian garrison, strangling one of the knights guarding it to death before turning him on his fellow warriors. Upon his return, the Iron Revenant would then spend a decade tracking down and killing everyone that stood against him in the past. Once he had his revenge, he resumed his campaign of carnage, never dying each time he's seemingly slain. Once it seems he's finally killed for good, he returns centuries later in the Shadow Isles, enslaving an army of undead to prepare for the slaughter he adores so much, seemingly targeting Noxus first. Unlike Thresh, who went mad from the corruption of the ancient artifacts he was guarding, and Karthus, who is a [[WellIntentionedExtremist well-meaning lich]] at worst, Mordekaiser was always this bad, and just wants to burn the world to the ground because it's not his to rule.
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* CompleteMonster: [[TinTyrant Mordekaiser, the Iron Revenant]] was, in life, a brutal warlord who ruled Eastern Valoran with an iron fist. [[TheDreaded Hated and feared across the continent]], when his enemies finally united against him, Mordekaiser went out laughing and promising he'd come back for them. When he was resurrected by a group of sorcerers, [[UngratefulBastard he repaid them by forcefully turning them all into undead liches bound to his will until the end of time]]. This would become his signature power, where he would brutalize his foes before [[YourSoulIsMine enslaving their souls]], forcing them to slaughter their own kin against their wills. We are treated to such an act when he attacks a Demacian garrison, strangling one of the knights guarding it to death before turning him on his fellow warriors. Upon his return, the Iron Revenant would then spend a decade tracking down and killing everyone that stood against him in the past. Once he had his revenge, he resumed his campaign of carnage, never dying each time he's seemingly slain. Once it seems he's finally killed for good, he returns centuries later in the Shadow Isles, enslaving an army of undead to prepare for the slaughter he adores so much, seemingly targeting Noxus first. Unlike Thresh, who went mad from the corruption of the ancient artifacts he was guarding, and Karthus, who is a [[WellIntentionedExtremist well-meaning lich]] at worst, Mordekaiser was always this bad, and just wants to burn the world to the ground because it's not his to rule.CompleteMonster:

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* CompleteMonster: [[TinTyrant **[[TinTyrant Mordekaiser, the Iron Revenant]] was, in life, a brutal warlord who ruled Eastern Valoran with an iron fist. [[TheDreaded Hated and feared across the continent]], when his enemies finally united against him, Mordekaiser went out laughing and promising he'd come back for them. When he was resurrected by a group of sorcerers, [[UngratefulBastard he repaid them by forcefully turning them all into undead liches bound to his will until the end of time]]. This would become his signature power, where he would brutalize his foes before [[YourSoulIsMine enslaving their souls]], forcing them to slaughter their own kin against their wills. We are treated to such an act when he attacks a Demacian garrison, strangling one of the knights guarding it to death before turning him on his fellow warriors. Upon his return, the Iron Revenant would then spend a decade tracking down and killing everyone that stood against him in the past. Once he had his revenge, he resumed his campaign of carnage, never dying each time he's seemingly slain. Once it seems he's finally killed for good, he returns centuries later in the Shadow Isles, enslaving an army of undead to prepare for the slaughter he adores so much, seemingly targeting Noxus first. Unlike Thresh, who went mad from the corruption of the ancient artifacts he was guarding, and Karthus, who is a [[WellIntentionedExtremist well-meaning lich]] at worst, Mordekaiser was always this bad, and just wants to burn the world to the ground because it's not his to rule.
29th Jan '16 11:55:30 AM Aker-Sama
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** If it's possible, Hecarim post-rewrite is even more of a monster than Mordekaiser, the incarnation of betrayal and treachery whose corruption and selfishness knew no bounds even in life. A lieutenant in the Iron Order of paladins, he was a bloodthirty butcher more concerned with his own glory than the good of the kingdom and when the Order's Grand Master recognised this darkness and privately told Hecarim he would not be chosen to succeed him as head of the order, Hecarim abandoned his master to die in the next battle and claimed the title anyway. When the kingdom's queen was poisoned in an assassination attempt and Kalista, the king's general, tasked him with staying by the king's side while she traveled in search of a cure, the increasingly-mad king despatched the Iron Order to quell what he saw as growing dissent against his rule. Hecarim led his knights in the slaughter of hundreds of innocents, and when the queen died while Kalista was gone, Hecarim whispered poison into his monarch's ear in an attempt to provoke the kingdom into war against neighbouring countries to further increase his own glory. When Kalista returned with the secret of the Blessed Isles, she refused to share her knowledge, horrified by what the country had become, and it was Hecarim who convinced her to tell the king, falsely promising too dissuade the king from rash action. When they reached the Blessed Isles and the guardians told the king the queen was beyond help, the enraged king ordered Kalista to slay them until they changed their minds. When Kalista refused and appealed to Hecarim for help, Hecarim betrayed and murdered her and led the Iron Order again in the slaughter of the Blessed Isles' inhabitants. When the king, insane with grief, unleashed the curse that would twist the Blessed Isles into the Shadow Isles, Hecarim was fused together with his armour and horse, all his evils magnified into a being of slaughter, spite, butchery and endless rage. A complete monster in life made even worse in death, Hecarim is completely bereft of any redeeming features, a creature of absolute evil.
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** If it's possible, Hecarim post-rewrite is even more of a monster than Mordekaiser, [[MadArtist Khada Jhin, the incarnation of betrayal and treachery whose corruption and selfishness knew no bounds even in life. A lieutenant Virtuoso]] is a crazed serial killer-turned-assassin that reveals a hidden dark side to the once pure Ionian council. Originally convicted for mass murder in the Iron Order province of paladins, he Zhyun, Jhin was a bloodthirty butcher more concerned with his own glory than [[KarmaHoudini set free by shady elements in the good council]], and hired to serve as their "secret weapon" of sorts. Mind of the kingdom Virtuoso shows us his crimes through his eyes, as he casually murders 4 different people, seeing all of their deaths as a painting mended by his gun. Jhin lives to kill, and when as long as the Order's Grand Master recognised this darkness and privately told Hecarim he would not be chosen Ionian elders have a grip on him, [[AboveTheLaw the law cannot touch him.]] His in-game dialogue also details an old plan of his to succeed him as head assassinate Shen's father, the master of the order, Hecarim abandoned Kinkou Order, before Zed beat him to the punch. Now he wants to kill both of them, Zed as revenge for stealing his master spotlight, and Shen to die serve as his father's "stand-in". Sadistic and seeing no point in peaceful ends, Jhin is one the next battle and claimed the title anyway. When the kingdom's queen was poisoned in an assassination attempt and Kalista, the king's general, tasked him with staying by the king's side while she traveled in search of a cure, the increasingly-mad king despatched the Iron Order sickest [[CombatAestheticist Combat Aestheticists]] to quell what he saw as growing dissent against his rule. Hecarim led his knights in the slaughter of hundreds of innocents, and when the queen died while Kalista was gone, Hecarim whispered poison into his monarch's ear in an attempt ever come to provoke the kingdom into war against neighbouring countries to further increase his own glory. When Kalista returned with the secret of the Blessed Isles, she refused to share her knowledge, horrified by what the country had become, and it was Hecarim who convinced her to tell the king, falsely promising too dissuade the king from rash action. When they reached the Blessed Isles and the guardians told the king the queen was beyond help, the enraged king ordered Kalista to slay them until they changed their minds. When Kalista refused and appealed to Hecarim for help, Hecarim betrayed and murdered her and led the Iron Order again in the slaughter of the Blessed Isles' inhabitants. When the king, insane with grief, unleashed the curse that would twist the Blessed Isles into the Shadow Isles, Hecarim was fused together with his armour and horse, all his evils magnified into a being of slaughter, spite, butchery and endless rage. A complete monster in life made even worse in death, Hecarim is completely bereft of any redeeming features, a creature of absolute evil.light.

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28th Jan '16 5:38:45 PM ArcaneAzmadi
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*** However this was ''not'' considered an improvement, as pretty much everyone (including Riot) recognised that Mordekaiser was only doing so well in bot lane because he was ''nauseatingly overpowered,'' both with his overjacked numbers and unique and unbalanced mechanics such as the new passive on his W that caused him to gain full exp even when in a duo lane, meaning he'd be hitting level 6 while his lane opponents were still at level ''4.'' After going through the 2015 World Championship with an almost 100% pick/ban ratio, he's since received ''massive'' nerfs and retweaks in an attempt to make him a viable solo laner again, and is pretty much back where he started as a troll pick. In the end, the Morde rework has boomeranged back on [=CertainlyT=] and is being considered one of his biggest failures.
28th Jan '16 5:29:14 PM ArcaneAzmadi
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* RonTheDeathEater: Ask anybody who doesn't like Ahri about her character and you're almost ''sure'' to hear her being compared to a succubus who still sleeps with men to devourer their life essence. While it's true that she ''used'' to steal the life essence from men, a ''major'' point of her backstory is that she only did that before she became human enough to understand that what she was doing was wrong, and once she did she resolved to find a way to become human without taking any more innocent lives. Technically, it's only mentioned that she used her charms to lure men to her. Whether or not she actually ''slept'' with them isn't mentioned.
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* RonTheDeathEater: Ask anybody who doesn't like Ahri about her character and you're almost ''sure'' to hear her being compared to a succubus who still sleeps with men to devourer their life essence. While it's true that she ''used'' to steal the life essence from men, a ''major'' point of her backstory is that she only did that before she became human enough to understand that what she was doing was wrong, and once she did she resolved to find a way to become human without taking any more innocent lives. Technically, it's only mentioned that she used her charms to lure men to her. Whether or not she actually ''slept'' with them isn't mentioned.mentioned (and the short story [[http://leagueoflegends.wikia.com/wiki/Ahri/Background 'Stray Fox']] makes it quite clear that she devours their essence by sucking it out of their face while they're dying, making it extremely unlikely that she goes as far as to have sex when she only needs to lure them close enough to snap their necks).
28th Jan '16 5:25:27 PM ArcaneAzmadi
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* MisaimedFandom: On almost every single one of Phreak's champion spotlight videos, there are people saying that his builds don't work that well or that he plays terribly. Despite the fact that these videos are to demonstrate the ''mechanics'' of a champion, rather than how to play them well.
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* MisaimedFandom: On almost every single one of Phreak's champion spotlight videos, there are people saying that his builds don't work that well or that he plays terribly. Despite the fact that these videos are to demonstrate the ''mechanics'' of a champion, rather than how to play them well. Possibly this is the reason he no longer recommends builds in spotlights.

** Following the release of Graves, one thing has been pointed out. [[http://riot-web-static.s3.amazonaws.com/images/news/October_2011/2011.10.11%20Graves%20Reveal/Untitled-4.jpg Gun]]: two barrels. [[http://leagueoflegends.wikia.com/wiki/Graves_the_Outlaw Ability]]: three simultaneous shots.
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** Following the release of Graves, one thing has been pointed out. [[http://riot-web-static.s3.amazonaws.com/images/news/October_2011/2011.10.11%20Graves%20Reveal/Untitled-4.jpg Gun]]: two barrels. [[http://leagueoflegends.wikia.com/wiki/Graves_the_Outlaw Ability]]: three simultaneous shots. Fixed since his rework where his shotgun now functions like an actual double-barreled shotgun, firing 2 spread shots one after another before he needs to reload new shells.
28th Jan '16 4:48:43 PM ArcaneAzmadi
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** If it's possible, Hecarim post-rewrite is even more of a monster than Mordekaiser, the incarnation of betrayal and treachery whose corruption and selfishness knew no bounds even in life. A lieutenant in the Iron Order of paladins, he was a bloodthirty butcher more concerned with his own glory than the good of the kingdom and when the Order's Grand Master recognised this darkness and privately told Hecarim he would not be chosen to succeed him as head of the order, Hecarim abandoned his master to die in the next battle and claimed the title anyway. When the kingdom's queen was poisoned in an assassination attempt and Kalista, the king's general, tasked him with staying by the king's side while she traveled in search of a cure, the increasingly-mad king despatched the Iron Order to quell what he saw as growing dissent against his rule. Hecarim led his knights in the slaughter of hundreds of innocents, and when the queen died while Kalista was gone, Hecarim whispered poison into his monarch's ear in an attempt to provoke the kingdom into war against neighbouring countries to further increase his own glory. When Kalista returned with the secret of the Blessed Isles, she refused to share her knowledge, horrified by what the country had become, and it was Hecarim who convinced her to tell the king, falsely promising too dissuade the king from rash action. When they reached the Blessed Isles and the guardians told the king the queen was beyond help, the enraged king ordered Kalista to slay them until they changed their minds. When Kalista refused and appealed to Hecarim for help, Hecarim betrayed and murdered her and led the Iron Order again in the slaughter of the Blessed Isles' inhabitants. When the king, insane with grief, unleashed the curse that would twist the Blessed Isles into the Shadow Isles, Hecarim was fused together with his armour and horse, all his evils magnified into a being of slaughter, spite, butchery and endless rage. A complete monster in life made even worse in death, Hecarim is completely bereft of any redeeming features, a creature of absolute evil.

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*** It gets even worse than that now that some people (the {{Rule 34}} crowd again, mostly) have started shipping MF with ''Tahm Kench.'' Why? Well MF is the most attractive female Bilgewater champion [[{{Squick}} and Tahm has that long tongue you see...]]
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