aka Dr. Dyv

  • I was born on January 9
  • I am Stupid
  • Poisonshark

    Piak, the Deathly Cold is a custom champion in the SMNK custom champion series.
    Piak is an embodiment of the coldness of death. As such, he is a cold person, preserving methodical precision in his "duty" to quell life itself.

    Piak is a melee battle-mage.

    His strengths center around his massive soft CC contribution with his array of , with his basic attacks refreshing the duration of all active slows. His damage is mostly dealt over time, and provided he has mana, his damage will stay consistent.

    Piak has the weakness of being low in terms of burst and mobility. His utility is very limited to slow with almost no hard CC. His sturdiness is also dependent on him getting in real melee range to use Chill Spike, and early on, it doesn't mean much as h…

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  • Poisonshark

    Momo, the Red Channeler is a custom champion.

    Momo's a redhead with long hair. As a goblin girl, she's quite small, and has two little horns protruding out her forehead, with a fang showing out her mouth. She's armed with an orange spear with axe-like blades near the tip so she uses both slashing and stabbing attacks, and despite her small size, her strength allows her to wield it as if it had the weight of a feather. When using Peach Possession, Peach appears and floats behind Momo. Peach has long peach-colored hair (that's where her name comes from after all) wears red mage robes that hide hooved legs.

    In gameplay, Momo is a health-intensive fighter, with Peach providing her healing effects to contrast her health costs. Momo is stronger the …

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  • Poisonshark

    Saski, the Tread Incarnate is a custom champion in the SMNK custom champion series.
    Saski is a representation image of Demacia: angelic in all meanings of the words... on the surface.
    Beneath her heavenly appearance lies a mechanically-emotionless drive to uphold Demacia's law with no rest for herself, and no mercy for her enemies. Every swing of her crystalline sword rends space from a distance - and as such, Saski is the only permanently- sword user (her attacks do not utilize projectiles and resemble ).

    Saski's gameplay patterns are mostly defensive in nature, to ensure that none gets in the way of order.
    Therefore, Saski can be referred to as a warden among marksmen: with her powerful defensive abilities, she can effectively protect hersel…

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  • Poisonshark

    Here it is, my very first custom item!
    Naturally, this seems like a very experimental item as this is my first time making custom items -- which may not exactly be true since a certain troll post (an old one about laner items) and a very old custom champion of mine (Xywzekszykwy) featured unique (though not good) items.

    So let me introduce you to Eunju's Spear. This is an early-game item meant for divers who need sustain for staying power. With a malleable early build path (though the final must come in one shot), it is meant to be accessible to whoever requires it, and its relatively low total cost ensures it can be accessed earlier than many "complete" items. Stacking the item requires facing enemy champions and taking damage from them, wh…

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  • Poisonshark

    Folby, the Magiforger is a custom champion in the SMNK custom champion series.

    Folby is a support-tank who is entirely centered about his passive Ascadium Armor. His kit features extensive control over the armor, and Folby can achieve various effects by attaching it to allies or enemies. His primary role, however, is giving the armor to his allies for extra sturdiness.

    • Ascadium Armor is a two-part passive.
      • The first part describes his unique asset, the Ascadium Armor that is his pride. He passes it on to his allies to give them extra armor and magic resistance, though it gives him incentive to build armor in particular.
      • The second part is the potential offensive use of his armor. With help from allies, Folby can attach the armor to his enemies as …

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