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Chapter 3: Out of my League: Truly, Truly, Truly...Outrageous
"Yes, I will offer my services to the league," I gave my answer before them. "Please allow me to take the test so I may prove myself worthy on the Fields of Justice. My only request is this, in return for my servitude, please...find a way so my stay here will be permanent!"
Those were the words I conveyed. At first there was but a surprise, but soon ensued some applause. When asked what the reason for my change of heart was, I simply told them that I feel I can still contribute much to this land. Of course, I was not entirely honest. With the nature of my existence, I know that one day, whenever it may be, I will be ripped off of this plane. Just like in every place I have been, in every world I have been, in ever dimension I have been, I was simply branded as an outsider and the world would soon do everything in its power to remove my presence.
"I wish you luck for tomorrow," her sweet voice resonated in my head.
Chapter 2: Out of my LeagueMore Like This
Chapter 2: Out of my League: A Good Enough Reason
I said that I would give my answer in a week. I do not know whether I had spent my week wisely or not. The whole time, I had the routine of watching her concert or trying to take a peek at what goes on in the field of justice. I tried to understand more about it. It seems that it was up to the summoner's on how they wish the champion to perform, in accordance to the Summoner's Code. It often bothers me when both teams have a champion that is the same with the other. What kind of sorcery happens in it? Do they retain memories of their battles? If so, would they remember fighting with themselves? Isn't that a form of suicide. However, my thoughts about the league tend to go down the drain whenever the opportunity presented itself that I could spent even just a few minutes of time with Sona. In the beginning, I would only meet her every after concert. The first few days pretty much resembled such activity. A few days after though, I manage