: Twisted Treeline visual update?
The best way of reworking the 3v3, is by bringing back the old one... ahh, the good memories... Edit: Still a good idea, they should not only rework the map, they should also bring in more maps, but honestly they don't seem to care much about it :(
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: Mortal Kombat style? Rengar vs Kha'Zix
This was indeed entertaining :D keep it up!
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NiraBlade (EUW)
: You have to link these two sentences with the last one, **"Tradition is the corpse of wisdom"**. For Zed, the wisdom and the power have to be searched in the shadows. If you read the lore, the "tradition" is a figure to represent the order that Zed was part of with Akali, Shen and Kennen. Zed revealed the power of shadows, which were forbidden by the master of his order. He did this because he felt that not using the power of the shadows was a waste [EDIT: and also because he wanted to be recognised by his master as better than Shen - the master's son], so the **Truth lies in darkness** is a reference of his power. "**The unseen meaning is the deadliest**" is referred also to the fact that his abilities are based on the assassination, using the darkness he gathered. But you can also think of these three sentences in a modern way: not always the tradition is the best choice you can make, sometimes the tradition must be changed; the truth sometimes is not clearing showing in front of you, it can be hidden by others or by yourself too; the last one can be read as: "what you don't expect, hurts you more", like when a person that you trust the most betrays you. There are also some suppositions about the fact that the last sentence is also a reference to nocturne and there are some suspects that Nocturne is a part of Zed (or even Zed himself).
At first i tough that in the quote "The truth lies in darkness", "lies" was actually the verb "lie" (not true) so yeah, that was my problem xD
NiraBlade (EUW)
: You have to link these two sentences with the last one, **"Tradition is the corpse of wisdom"**. For Zed, the wisdom and the power have to be searched in the shadows. If you read the lore, the "tradition" is a figure to represent the order that Zed was part of with Akali, Shen and Kennen. Zed revealed the power of shadows, which were forbidden by the master of his order. He did this because he felt that not using the power of the shadows was a waste [EDIT: and also because he wanted to be recognised by his master as better than Shen - the master's son], so the **Truth lies in darkness** is a reference of his power. "**The unseen meaning is the deadliest**" is referred also to the fact that his abilities are based on the assassination, using the darkness he gathered. But you can also think of these three sentences in a modern way: not always the tradition is the best choice you can make, sometimes the tradition must be changed; the truth sometimes is not clearing showing in front of you, it can be hidden by others or by yourself too; the last one can be read as: "what you don't expect, hurts you more", like when a person that you trust the most betrays you. There are also some suppositions about the fact that the last sentence is also a reference to nocturne and there are some suspects that Nocturne is a part of Zed (or even Zed himself).
thanks for the answer! You really made me understand the meaning now :p and yeah i've heard of the zed and nocturne suppositions. Thanks again and have a nice day ^_^ PS: the last sentence i wrote was a joke, its a pun to his original sentence: "the unseen blade is the deadliest"
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