Dekemir, the Undying is a custom champion from the custom champion series.
He's meant to be a tanky anti-tank. While he has a lot of similarities to Vladimir, being a tanky mage with a Russian name who uses health as a resource. I made a lot of effort to avoid Vladimir's trappings in order to avoid making the most toxic custom champion in existence. He only gets his sustain on kills, his Q is a skillshot, he doesn't have untargetability in any way shape or form, and his kit is overall a lot less low-interaction than Vlad overall.
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Dekemir comes from an obscure Noxian family of necromancy specialists. He was born as the heir to his family, and they trained him to take Noxus by storm as their finest warrior. Trained in their necromantic arts, Dekemir quickly embraced the art of casting death as his vocation. By the time he reached adolescence, he thought he was ready to make the impossible and make himself immortal. However, what would be his last communication with the dead would wind up with him retracting on this decision, after he heard tales of how Sion was yanked from death. Ultimately, he would become tasked with missions for Noxus itself inside his clan, and he ended up sending Khar away. As Noxus's High Command was seized by Swain, he targeted an organization of dissidents called the Red Round. A surprise to him, was that said Red Round was also the house Klava ran to. Contrary to his family's orders, however, he did not kill them: by compassion, he only made her death momentary by faking an elaborate ritual but instead casting a very delayed revival spell. With his time set, Dekemir ordered the rest of the Red Round ambushed, and usurped the organization's leadership. While it was meant to oppose Swain's rise to the top, Dekemir repurposes it into an organization made to adapt Noxus to those changes, and eradicate all sources of dissent. Perhaps he's doing this in an attempt to take power within Noxus once he finds out Swain's weaknesses..?
"Dying well is the end goal of most life. But some people just cannot."― Dekemir