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Here's the most realistic picture I have of her.
Interesting. Thank you guys for your input.
I've been giving more thought to her being 3d recently, which inspired me to write this post. I personally do not have the same aversion to 3d as many of you guys do: Ahri does not have the luxury of innocence. She already understands how cruel life can be. If I could have her alongside me, I would accept. Yes, it means she could be hurt, but that happens to her on a daily basis when she fights. It's part of life that I would like for us to face together.
I... fantasize about settling down with her often. Having a house, and children together. Unfortunately, I can't clearly see her face as she would look in real life. Only an animeisque appearance, which isn't a bad thing by itself, it just doesn't... fit my fantasies.
I agree with >>17057, 3D can't come close to the perfection of 2D. But both are appealing in different ways for me. 3D makes her more... human. Less of a perfect goddess, in a sense, and a person with flaws. She's vulnerable, but that means it's up to me to protect her. 2D I love in a more... religious sense, for lack of a better word. She becomes more of a protector, a guardian angel to watch over me, guide me and inspire me. This distinction is why I neither prefer 3D or 2D, but accept both as a way to interpret her.