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Ethyl, the Chronicler of Ruin

Ethyl, the Chronicler of Ruin


Once a high ranked scholar on the Blessed Isles, now but a shadow of her former self. Bound to the Black Mist, she follows each Harrowing to record the atrocities done there and write about them in her endless Tomes.

Visual:

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(i know it's used in LoR, but this artwork is just SO good)

Skins:

  • Librarian Ethyl, where she looks like your typical librarian with big round glasses.

Role:

Ethyl is a zone control, hard scaling mage. She relies heavy on well prepered battlefield.
Late game she can disrupt the plans of entire teams.
She has two forms of scaling: items she gets from her passive and her e which benefits from killing minions.
Her base stats are very weak, but with passive items they are only barely lower than most mages.
Early (before she gets her chronicles), she is very vulnerable to any hard diver, her only form of escape is a slight movement speed increase and shield.
But when she gets her items, she has the ability to self cleanse or pin down anyone who dares to walk near her.

Prefered Position:

Mid or Support

Abilities

[Passive] Annals of History


Starts a game with 3 chronicles that can be upgraded for bonuses. When fully upgraded they have active abilities.

Ethyl starts each game with 3 diffrent chronicles, which
permanently occupy one of her item slots. For additional gold Ethyl can upgrade them
to increase their bonuses. Each chornicle can be upgraded twice.
Additionaly upgrading each chronicle twice grants it a bonus active ability depending which one is it.

Chronicles:


-Chronicle of Forgotten Times:

Grants health, shield power, if upgraded also movement speed. Active: Grants shield and removes crowd control from yourself or an ally.

  • Base: Grants 3-54(based on level) health and 1%-18% bonus shield power(based on level).

  • 1st Upgrade, 1000 Gold: Grants 6-108(based on level) health,
2%-36% bonus shield power(based on level) and 1%-18%(based on level) movement speed.

  • 2nd Upgrade, 1700 Gold: Grants 15-270(based on level) health,
3%-54% bonus shield power(based on level) and 2%-36%(based on level) movement speed.
Active: Grants a decaying shield to nearby allied champion or yourself for up to 5 seconds,
absorbing up to 100 − 200(based on level)(+ 50% AP)(+ 20% of caster's bonus health)
and removes all crowd control debuffs from targeted champion. (90 second cooldown)

-Chronicle of Ruination:

Grants mana, ability power, if upgraded also magic penetration. Active: Next basic ability ignores all of target's magic resistance.

  • Base: Grants 5-90(based on level) mana and 1-9(based on level) ability power.

  • 1st Upgrade, 1050 Gold: Grants 6-108(based on level) mana,
3-54(based on level) ability power and 1%-18%(based on level) magic penetration.

  • 2nd Upgrade, 1650 Gold: Grants 8-144(based on level) mana,
6-108(based on level) ability power and 2%-36%(based on level) magic penetration.
Active: Your next basic ability ignores all of target's magic resistance. (90 second cooldown)

-Chronicle of Eteral Servitude:

Grants health and mana regen, if upgraded also cooldown reduction. Active: Creates a pole that chains a nearby champion to it.

  • Base: Grants 2%-26%(based on level) health regen and 1%-18%(based on level) mana regen.

  • 1st Upgrade, 900 Gold: Grants 3%-54%(based on level) health regen,
3%-54%(based on level) mana regen and 1%-18%(based on level) cooldown reduction.

  • 2nd Upgrade, 1800 Gold: Grants 5%-90%(based on level) health regen,
5%-90%(based on level) mana regen and 2%-26%(based on level) cooldown reduction.
Active: Ethyl creates a soul pole that attaches to the nearest enemy champion after a 0.5 second delay.
This deals 5% of target's maximum health and causes the enemy to be linked to a pole and Silenced for 2 seconds. (90 seconds cooldown).


[Q1] Book Throw


Throw a Tome that knocks enemies aside. It leaves behind a chain that slows. You can reactivate to pull Tomes back.

Ethyl throws out unsealed Tome on a chain to a location dealing magic damage (700 units range). Enemies hit are knocked aside.
Tome stays at the location for some time or until Ethyl moves 700 unit away. Each Tome leaves a spectral chain between it and Ethyl.
Enemies that pass through the chain are slowed.
Ethyl can have up to 5 Tomes at a time and can recast this ability to pull all Tomes early.


Stat Value
Damage 65/80/95/110/125(+40% AP)
Tome Duration 4/6/8/10/12 seconds
Slow 20%/30%/40%/50%/60%
Cooldown 10/8/7/6/5 seconds
Cost 60/65/70/75/80 Mana


[Q2] Overlap


Pulls your Tomes back.

Ethyl pulls all her Tomes back to her, dealing magic damage. Enemies hit are knocked aside.

Stat Value
Damage 20/40/60/80/100(+50% AP)

[W] Page Turner


Shield yourself and gain movement speed towards your Tomes.

Ethyl shields herself with dark energy for 4 seconds.
While shielded, she gains movement speed while moving toward her Tomes.

Stat Value
Shield power 70/90/110/140/160(+70% AP)
Cooldown 20/18/16/14/12 seconds
Bonus Movement Speed 60/90/120/150/180
Cost 70/75/80/85/90 Mana

[E] Tormented Memories


Fire a page that deals damage. Afterwards, your Tomes repeat this spell. Killing minions grants additional pages.

Ethyl fires a page of her chronicles in a target direction dealing magic damage and slowing enemies for 2 seconds. After a short deley all Tomes repeat this spell dealing less damage.
Pages stop on enemy impact.
Each time a minion dies from Tormented Memories, Ethyl gains a permanent stack.
For each 30 stacks, Ethyl and her Tomes fire additional page in a cone when using Tormented Memories.

Stat Value
Damage 80/120/160/200/240(+50% AP)(+1%/2%/3%/4%/5% target's maximum health)
Slow 20%/30%/40%/50%
Tome Damage 60/90/120/150/180(+30%AP)
Cooldown 12/11/10/9/8 seconds
Cost 65/70/75/80/85 Mana

[R] Horrific Ending

Your Tomes create a tornado that knocks enemies aside.
Reduces the cooldown of chronicle's actives.

Passive: Reduces the cooldown of all chronicls's actives.

Stat Value
Chronicles cooldown reduction 20%/35%/50%.

Active:
Ethyl summons soul tornados from all her Tomes dealing magic damage. Tornados last 5 seconds and continually knock away enemies that come into contact with them.

Value Stat
Damage 80/155/230(+60% AP)
Knock Damage 20/40/60(+30%AP)
Cooldown 140/100/60 seconds
Cost 100 Mana

How to play:


Early:
With her weak stats and a need to stack, Ethyl needs to be very cautious and not die to assasins.
On her first back she should get 1st upgrade for at least one of her chronicles. She can also set up great ganks for her jungler with [R] and [E].

Mid:
Here she Ethyl starts to shine. You be trying to secure dragons with your jungler thanks to your great zone control. But remember to farm as much as you can. Remember when you complete each chronicle your get a massive powerspike.

Late:
You should have all your chronicles completed, good job. Now you can just go and smack everybody with your books. Everyone should now be afraid of even getting close to you, since you can clease yourself, gain a massive shield, knock aside everyone, deal massive poke damage, slow the whole team and even trap people with your [Q] and [R].

Lore:

Ethyl was born on Helia, a capital of Blesses Isles.
Her father was very respected lord curator. Ethyl would usuallt spend a lot of time in the Scholar Library alongside her father. He teached her all about history of Runeterra.
He inspired her to also join the scholar society where she quickly became very renowned by everyone but one bitter warden. For years, she studied the ancient tomes and texts, eventually surpassing every other sholar in her vast knowledge. Because of this, she was one of the very few that were worthy enough to get to know about the secret water of life.
When a Mad King came to Blessed Isles and ordered to slaughter everyone that stood in his way, Ethyl hid in the deepest corners of the Library in hope she wouldn't be found. She succeded, but she got to witness the horrifying cataclysm that swept across the whole archipelago.
It drained the whole life form her, all the emotions and human nature was gone, leaving only a shadow of herself. All she had now was her beloved books and records of past ages. Although she had eternity to read them all, even eternity is too long for one to bear.
With nothing else to do, Ethyl began to write about everything happening on these cursed lands. Each time a Harrowing happened, she was there, documenting all the unspeakable horrors that happened there.
For the first few times she joined the undead in hopes, that when mortals stuck her down, she will be free.
But freedom didn't came. She materialized back in that library over and over again, as decades passed, she slowly gave up on the idea of rest and embraced her role as chronicler of the Isles. This is her existance now, watching and wrtiting, unable to live, unable to die, stuck between worlds and bound forever to the Black Mist alongside the most cruel creatures Runeterra has ever seen.

Quotes:

Select:

"History repeats itself"

Banned:

"My work here is done"

Moving:

"I learned the absolute truth"
"Into oblivion"
"A neverending cycle"
"It cannot be stopped"
"Restlessly"

Casting Horrific ending:

"Know the power of the ages!"
"Unlimited Knowlegde!"

Taunt:

"Your last breath will be a cry for help"
"The black mist cannot be stopped"

Joke:

"Did you ever hear the tragedy of...nevermind"
"You have overdue books, you know that?"

Completing any chronicle:

"Fine addition to my collection"
"I remember it, like it was yesterday"

All other teammates die:

"What a tragedy, better write that down"

Changelog:

5.05 Added some quotes
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[C14] Spoilers for October 30

This is a self-post and I receive no karma for this. This is a thread for all of the spoilers for today, October 30. I'm trying to keep all the spoilers together in a single post, in text for people who can't access the myriad of sites where spoilers are posted for whatever reason. For those of us who like checking out the sources, all card names link to their respective source. You can find yesterday's spoilers here. I'm sorry if I offended anyone with yesterday's header message. I just searched this subreddit for "spoiler" and copied the format from the first page that came up. I did not mean to take a pot shot at anyone. I should have at least read it before I posted it. Again, I apologize to anyone who felt like I was attacking them. That was not the case at all. Anyway, here are the spoilers for today. I'm including the ones that came in yesterday that I didn't include in yesterday's post in case anyone missed them.
Creeping Greatvine 3GG Creature - Plant Elemental (R) Trample 1G: Target creature you control has base power and toughness 5/5 until end of turn and gains trample until end of turn. 5/5
Masterwork of Ingenuity 1 Artifact - Equipment (R) You may have Masterwork of Ingenuity enter the battlefield as a copy of any Equipment on the battlefield. "The crucible yields what you have forged in your mind. You need only reach in and draw the masterwork forth." -Wahara, Keeper of the Crucible
AEther Gale 3UU Sorcery (R) Return six target non-land permanents to their owners' hands. "The militia formed in the central square awaiting the onslaught, but the giants never got there."
Arcane Lighthouse Land (U) T: Add 1 to your mana pool. 1, T: Until end of turn, creatures your opponents control lose hexproof and shroud and can't have hexproof or shroud.
Intellectual Offering 4U Instant (R) Choose an opponent. You and that player each draw 3 cards. Choose an opponent. Untap all nonland permanents you control and all nonland permanents that player controls.
Hallowed Spiritkeeper 1WW Creature - Avatar (R) Vigilance When Hallowed Spiritkeeper dies, put X 1/1 white Spirit creature tokens with flying onto the battlefield, where X is the number of creature cards in your graveyard. 3/2
Impact Resonance 1R Instant (R) Impact Resonance deals X damage divided as you choose among any number of target creatures, where X is the greatest amount of damage dealt by a source to a permanent or player this turn.
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Agreement with Satoshi – On the Formalization of Nakamoto Consensus

Cryptology ePrint Archive: Report 2018/400
Date: 2018-05-01
Author(s): Nicholas Stifter, Aljosha Judmayer, Philipp Schindler, Alexei Zamyatin, Edgar Weippl

Link to Paper


Abstract
The term Nakamoto consensus is generally used to refer to Bitcoin's novel consensus mechanism, by which agreement on its underlying transaction ledger is reached. It is argued that this agreement protocol represents the core innovation behind Bitcoin, because it promises to facilitate the decentralization of trusted third parties. Specifically, Nakamoto consensus seeks to enable mutually distrusting entities with weak pseudonymous identities to reach eventual agreement while the set of participants may change over time. When the Bitcoin white paper was published in late 2008, it lacked a formal analysis of the protocol and the guarantees it claimed to provide. It would take the scientific community several years before first steps towards such a formalization of the Bitcoin protocol and Nakamoto consensus were presented. However, since then the number of works addressing this topic has grown substantially, providing many new and valuable insights. Herein, we present a coherent picture of advancements towards the formalization of Nakamoto consensus, as well as a contextualization in respect to previous research on the agreement problem and fault tolerant distributed computing. Thereby, we outline how Bitcoin's consensus mechanism sets itself apart from previous approaches and where it can provide new impulses and directions to the scientific community. Understanding the core properties and characteristics of Nakamoto consensus is of key importance, not only for assessing the security and reliability of various blockchain systems that are based on the fundamentals of this scheme, but also for designing future systems that aim to fulfill comparable goals.

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