Ram Steed

Your eye inside the league

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madame-s:

askwarwick:

Hmmngrmmmrr…
I’d say that would depend — on whether or not she’d wear one I gave her. Hmhmrhr!
I’ve not been fond of anything resembling restraints since that… incident.. in Zaun.

…What sort of “collars” are we speaking of, here, exactly?

Fashionable ones, I hope!

madame-s:

askwarwick:

Hmmngrmmmrr

I’d say that would depend — on whether or not she’d wear one I gave her. Hmhmrhr!

I’ve not been fond of anything resembling restraints since that… incident.. in Zaun.

…What sort of “collars” are we speaking of, here, exactly?

Fashionable ones, I hope!

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madame-s:

No. Not in so many words.

I’d first come into contact with Warwick in Zaun, as part of the Noxian military detail sent to protect him and his protege now known as Singed, as their war machines were prepared to be moved to the Ionian battlefield.

 I was fortunate enough to hear as the Master Alchemist and Engineer spoke of his latest unveiled war machine with what was then an up-and-coming reporter. I’m sure you’re familiar with good mister Ram Steed.

Warwick was a magnificent orator. His words were astute; well crafted and passionate, driven by a brutal genius that was highly appealing. I had always been interested in techmaturgy and hextech technology, even as a child, and the volatility of Zaunite advancements were fascinating. Their devotion to their crafts were unparalleled. It was one part exciting, and one part frightening.

My time in Ionia was spent at the guard post outside of their laboratory, and I was privy to overhear the zealousness with which Warwick commanded his domain. As a soldier it was neither my business nor my place to engage the Zaunites in discourse about their work, and I remained at my post, content to listen … until the doors flung open to the sound of a howl and a blur of blue as it fled into the darkened forest beyond.

…After my release from the Noxian military and my entry into summonerhood, imagine my surprise to find that Warwick was among the League’s ranks.

To make a long story short, my ability to profess my interest in his former work has … allowed us to hit it off quite well, you might say.

((Click on source for full sized version on DeviantArt ;-; … tumblr, you suck.

also, AskWarwick more or less featured here. ))

Now that brings back some memories. That was you, eh? Small world, isn’t it?

(Source: ultema.deviantart.com, via madame-s)

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madame-s:

Advances in technology, from Techmaturgy to Hextech, have always been at the forefront of my interests. This “pulsefire” technology is no exception. I have heard some very interesting tidbits about the state of the future from which this technology comes, and regardless of the truth of the outcome, it posits the question as to how summoning, too, would evolve over time, and why.

If nothing else, I am incredibly interested in understanding more about it and its origins.

((For AskPulsefireEzreal! ))

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Funny story, that! I’ve been skulking about here and there quietly with the help of some of the aforementioned individuals’ magic, engineering and tailoring skills! Fear not, I’m around, and working freelance in disguise in the seedier neighborhoods has been yielding some very juicy results. I must sit down and begin a compilation one day! I feel like this could be one great big, thick multi-volume set, even!
Can’t keep this reporter down.

Funny story, that! I’ve been skulking about here and there quietly with the help of some of the aforementioned individuals’ magic, engineering and tailoring skills! Fear not, I’m around, and working freelance in disguise in the seedier neighborhoods has been yielding some very juicy results. I must sit down and begin a compilation one day! I feel like this could be one great big, thick multi-volume set, even!

Can’t keep this reporter down.

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madame-s:

askpulsefireezreal:


I’ve actually been anticipating this question for a while. As you’ve probably seen from my past self, he’s suffering from a of summoners that don’t know how to play him. I’m guessing that this will be the same case for me… except worse. I expect people who haven’t even summoned before to play me the first day I’m available. 
I can’t say I really approve of this, especially due to the fact I will probably die a lot more than I’m used to, but I suppose it’s for the summoners. After all, even if you start out bad, enough practice will be able to smooth it out… -holds head, still in obvious frustration-
Anyways, thank you for the question.

But of course. I do know you will at least have a few capable hands guiding your actions. I hope that is some sort of consolation.

Ohhhhohoho boy. Good luck, kid!

madame-s:

askpulsefireezreal:

I’ve actually been anticipating this question for a while. As you’ve probably seen from my past self, he’s suffering from a of summoners that don’t know how to play him. I’m guessing that this will be the same case for me… except worse. I expect people who haven’t even summoned before to play me the first day I’m available. 

I can’t say I really approve of this, especially due to the fact I will probably die a lot more than I’m used to, but I suppose it’s for the summoners. After all, even if you start out bad, enough practice will be able to smooth it out… -holds head, still in obvious frustration-

Anyways, thank you for the question.

But of course. I do know you will at least have a few capable hands guiding your actions. I hope that is some sort of consolation.

Ohhhhohoho boy. Good luck, kid!

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