indeed, in my mind this thread is for fast pics posting, to see all of 'em in a raw and can have a "patchwork analysis", connect the dots between the different productions, actors, networks etc... not getting into explanations of a piece of work of art apart.@Revontulet You beat me to the punch! I've had a few GOT pictures knocking around for months but I haven't created my "symbolism in Films/TV" thread yet... I'm back in work for a few days tomorrow so I hope to get the last (and therefore the biggest) "symbolism in...." threads created after I come back home.
I recommend anybody who's into seeing/finding these one eye pictures to look at all the "Symbolism in..." threads that I've started in the General Discussion forum. I'm pretty much killing the game when it comes to seeing this stuff.
She didn’t win a great victory against overwhelming odds, or sacrifice herself for a noble ideal, or overcome the existential trial of climbing Mount Targon. Instead, Zoe was a normal girl, seemingly chosen at random.
Her Lunari teachers reported Zoe to be an imaginative child, but willful, lazy, easily distracted, and mischievous. One day, as she skipped away from her studies of the holy magics to pursue something “less boring,” she was noticed by the Targonian Aspect of Twilight.
It observed as the young girl playfully mocked the angry cries of the Lunari priests chasing her.
For further information: https://universe.leagueoflegends.com/en_PH/story/champion/zoe/Following this unusual transcendence, Zoe journeyed to dimensions at the very edge of Targon’s control, playing within realties beyond human comprehension.