The history of war between Demacia and Nox extends as far back as the founding of the respective cities in Valoran. A recent product of this conflict was the murderous Noxian warrior, Sion.
Used by the Noxians as a human battering ram, Sion would be sent thundering ahead of Noxian troops. He would mercilessly slaughter foes with his large double handed axe, "Chopper".
Sion emerged from the reanimation process even more brutal than before. His gaze alone would now stop foes dead in their tracks. His skin thickened considerably, increasing the amount of damage the already brutish beast could withstand.His complete disregard for caution would ultimately cost him his life, and he was captured and summarily executed by Demacian forces. The Demacians thought that the beheading of Sion would be the end of his bloodthirsty ways. Death, however, was merely the beginning. The famed Noxian assassin Katarina recovered Sion’s remains and Noxian necromancers reanimated the behemoth to serve Nox once again.
He could focus his rage into attacks that cause near-crippling damage at the expense of his own health. Finally, he could drain the very essence of life out of his foes, replenishing himself and his allies. The one thing, however, that the Noxian necromancers did not anticipate upon reanimation was Sion’s change of loyalty; his new powers have given Sion a desire to seek his own glory in undeath as a champion of the Institute of War.
|Cryptic Gaze (Active)||Blasts a single enemy, dealing magic damage and stunning for 2 seconds.|
|Death Caress(Active)||Sion surrounds himself with a shield which absorbs damage. If the shield is not destroyed in 10 seconds it will explode dealing magic damage to surrounding enemies.|
|Enrage (Active)||Increase Sion's damage and he gains permanent health per kill.|
|Cannibalism (Active)||Grants Sion lifesteal and 45% attack speed for 20 seconds, additionally Sion's attacks heal surrounding allies for a percent of damage dealt.|
|Feel No Pain(Passive)||Each time Sion is attacked, he has a chance to ignore a portion of the damage.|