This champion is the Metal armed bruiser from the “Seconds” cinematic. I wanted to encapsulate his character and playstyle, namely his ability to die later, after taking tons of damage. I applied some lore to him, as well as some character development.
Taking a quick break from CB reformatting. I needed to relax and I noticed that no one had done this guy yet. I don't think he is likely to be an actual champion, but I could see an interesting kit. He is a very deceptive tank. You will see what I mean.
Qawg (K-aw-g) is not a champion in League of Legends. I can only wish.
Qawg was never well known for his own innovations, but he was well known for his skill in implementing the work and genius of others flawlessly. He learned from other Zaunian Techmaturgists quickly and was a prime source of feedback for Professor Stanwick Pididly’s techmaturgy. Implementing his body replacements and enhancements on wounded soldiers. Qawg monitored them, noting every little detail. This greatly accelerated Pididly’s work, he even aided in creating and implanting Urgot’s new body.
Qawg’s career ended when his right arm and leg were irreparably damaged in an accident. Pididly was too busy to implement his augments, and so it was left to one of Qawg’s own students. His inferior leg was barely capable of keeping him upright. His new arm could barely lift a teapot. He began obsessively upgrading himself. His arm and leg became thicker and stronger. When they were to heavy for his body he wore a bio-enhancing rebreather, which gave him muscles and clouded his mind.
His upgrades became more erratic and dangerous. He became a thug. Stealing powerful equipment from the most genious minds in Zaun in order to advance himself faster. Eventually his search for power led him to Ekko.
Qawg dragged himself back to the lab after his confusing and quick defeat at the hands of the little Zaunite. Qawg’s mind became a little clearer with his bio-enhancing rebreather damaged. The little cretin hadn’t surrendered his tech, but he had shown Qawg a great flaw in the design of his arm: overheating.