Imoristar’s cat passed away this past day, and it would really mean a lot if people could please swing by to her Kiya voice video to leave some good vibes for this sad time. Alternatively, tweeting to her some positive energy would be super nice as well.
Whether you are a League or cat fan, pets bring so much joy to our lives, so it would really mean a lot to show some support. >^..^<
Please subscribe to Imoristar’s YouTube channel. She is such a ☆!
Feline fine? This Kiya project sure is.
I have to give a special thank you to Devin (and Mokey-chan) for reading the lore of Kiya, the Fervor of the Sands. In addition, I have to give further props to Amanda for writing Kiya’s lore for this project.
Kiya is an elaborate, custom champion for “League of Legends.” I am very proud of what this project has become, and plus I am very thankful for everyone who has contributed their respective talents. I am truly blessed. >^..^< Continue reading
Nhan-Fiction Note: Growing up, one of my favorite things to do was watch cartoons with my younger brothers. Saturday morning cartoons were especially very fun for me. Because my family was on the poorer side, with not having access to cable and whatnot, my brothers and I liked to watch just about any cartoon that popped up across our limited, television channels.
Mummies Alive! was one of many random cartoons I can recall watching with a younger brother around kindergarten or first grade. I always tried to rush home real fast after school ended to make sure I wouldn’t miss much of a given episode.
This show was OK for its time. It took an Egyptian motif (I happen to love Egyptian mythology) and spiced it up with transformation sequences (because children love transformation sequences). I remember the blue falcon and red cat characters were my favorites (yeah, what a surprise). The green snake was all right. I didn’t care much for the purple ram dude.
The nostalgia. Good times.
WITH THE STRENGTH OF RA!
A very special thank you to Devin for drawing Nhan Cat Kiya – a play on words of sorts for Nyan Cat. She wanted to draw me Kiya again to help cheer me up, which this drawing definitely put a smile on my face. I think Kiya came out very cute. I especially love the ball of yarn in the corner. A very nice touch.
I am very grateful that destiny has allowed me to meet awesome people like Devin in these past few years. Though times can be really tough, it’s great to know I have people who are willing to help me out, not just for these random projects of mine, but to remind me that I am never alone. When my friends like Devin believe in me, I can have more confidence in myself that I am on the right track toward “recovery.”
Kiya, the Fervor of the Sands. A very elaborate, custom champion for “League of Legends.” And there are more elements to come. Please show your support by commenting and voting on Kiya’s LoL Wiki page.
Are you feline fine? >^..^<
I will continue to add elements toward this design until I have proven to myself that I can raise the bar, as far as custom champions go. I am truly grateful to find such talented artists who are so kind to help me. I am extremely blessed and grateful.
Summoners like Nhan-Fiction take everything you love about a game like LoL and amplify the magic. Nhan is the creative mind behind the support star 'Kiya', a distant cousin of Nasus. (And several other character concepts).
Kiya is a Mage, Support, Ranged, Recommended. And a kitty.
Find more Kiya on LoL Wikia (link here)!
This is for the custom, champion concept of Kiya, The Feline of Fervor. Feline fine? >^..^<
I have not figured out an official name for my plan of attack for the next upcoming months to get my life on track, but the pieces are starting to fall in place. I now have a deviantART account. Check it out if you want to catch a glimpse of my world.
Be warned – there will be cats. >^..^<