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Summoner's Rift Essay

878 words - 4 pages

I am beamed down to the strange glowing circle that steps down to another glowing circle with a majestic diamond hovering over the bizarre structure. Then a voice calls down, seemingly from the heavens and says, “Welcome to summoner’s rift.” I jump back as if i'd been knocked out by an earthquake. I look to my left and see a peculiar man in a sort of roadside cart stand. Upon looking around I see those around me are prepared for war. The chinese man with a blindfold and ponytail asks for my aid in the thick of the jungle. He radiated confidence and the belt on his waist told me he was not to be messed with. I look down and see that my skin is a slippery blue and I am wielding a trident. I trade the old hermit man with the cart the gold i find in my pocket for a ring and some red drinks. I figure they must be important since everyone else had already gotten something off his cart. I rush to the spot where the Chinese man wanted me. The voice from the sky called out again, “Thirty seconds until minions spawn.”
The smell of pine reminded me of Christmas but the nervousness in the air told me that I needed to prepare myself for what lie ahead. Then, suddenly a giant stone creature and two little offspring appear as quickly as lightning. The guy who wanted my help had no trouble at all slapping the thing in the face but, he did ask for my help so i jumped in and stabbed it with my trident. It countered by slamming its fists upon my head. Although, it hurt I knew their were much more important things to worry about then a bump on the head. The demon was vaporized just as quickly as it appeared. The martial arts man told me his name was Lee Sin and thanked me for my help. In the corner of my eye I saw a map which showed where everyone else who was in our group was. I saw they had split up now leaving only one path unoccupied therefore I took that trail and noticed little people with square shields for their face holding a spiked mallet in one arm and wielding a shield in the other.
I followed them down the dirt road until they reached another team of little midget creatures with purple pointed hats and diamond shaped spears. Then I see another about my size down the beaten path. He is dressed in a...

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