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Should Ezreal and Lux stay together?
Ezreal joins the League of Legends. He is a daring Piltovian youth with a natural talent for magic—and impressive abilities, despite a total lack of formal arcane study.
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There may have not been a single other Valoranian mage alive at that time who could tap into its power, but Ezreal did. It fused with him, and he soon became a Champion of the League, representing Piltover, getting handsomely paid, and probably hitting on girls with pick-up lines about the Institute of War.
He is clever, bold, and supremely arrogant. He sees Demacians as a bunch of fascist killjoys, but perhaps at times he wishes he could be part of something larger than himself. Lux joins the League of Legends. She also showed great magical potential, but combined it with a passion for learning and a dedication to her studies.
Its syllabus includes two elemental subfields that may have Shuriman origins: Her parents and superiors saw her potential, and pressed her into service in the Demacian military.
She was quite literally dragged away from her home to begin life as a soldier, and the experience broke her. She loves her country, but deeply envies the freedom that Piltovians possess. At this point, Lux and Ezreal may or may not have been together; if so, they were keeping it quiet.
The Howling Abyss is opened as a Field of Justice. Aatrox causes a minor panic when he swoops down and enters the League. Ezreal, who had been mostly snarking from the sidelines, goes berserk when a Zaunite gunnery crew turns their cannon from the Demacian regiment to target Lux herself, and blasts her with what seems to be an instantly lethal wound. As for Lux herself, she sees the potential of Piltover in the battle, and had been doing quite a lot of research herself during the Hextech Revolution.
And when she came to, thanks to Piltovian medicine, she probably heard about her boyfriend singlehandedly slaughtering dozens, if not hundreds, of Zaunite soldiers in his rage. This might have made things a little weird for both of them. They both left with some serious psychic damage, especially Lux. The Harrowing comes to Runeterra. The dimensional damage inflicted by the previous Battle of Shurima drastically amplifies its effects.
Ezreal tries to talk Lux into doing something incredibly dangerous in Shurima during the disruption; she gives him a talking-to about the consequences of killing and what likely awaits him if he sets foot on the Shuriman battlefield this Harrowing. Things between her and Ezreal seem to have cooled off somewhat, leading to a fair amount of gossip around the Institute and in their respective states.
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Another factor to consider: He passed assessments easily, with little or no preparation, infuriating his uncle and giving himself more time to roam the university grounds. Ezreal took great pleasure in evading the campus wardens, navigating the tunnels beneath the lecture halls as easily as the library rooftops.
Professor Lymere tearfully admitted that they had most likely perished, somewhere out in the desert. But Ezreal could not accept that. They had been too careful in their preparations.
They must still be out there, somewhere… Abandoning his reluctant studies, the budding explorer would strike out on his own. He spent weeks secretly gathering supplies from the university—celestial diagrams, translations of runic sigils, guides on the burial rites of Shurima, and a pair of protective goggles.
Leaving a note of farewell for his uncle, he snuck onto a supply ship bound for Nashramae. For many months, he delved into cavernous ruins beneath the shifting sands, relishing the freedom of the unknown, facing unspeakable horrors that guarded hidden chambers. Finally, he managed what they evidently had not.
The great sarcophagus lay empty, save for a gleaming bronze gauntlet, with a bright, crystalline matrix at its center. As soon as Ezreal laid his hands upon it, the tomb itself seemed to turn upon him, with cunningly wrought traps and wards laid down thousands of years ago.
With scarcely a thought, he donned the gauntlet and blasted his way through, even teleporting the last hundred yards back to the hidden entrance before the whole structure collapsed in a plume of sand and masonry dust.
Breathing hard, Ezreal looked down at the gauntlet as it hummed along with his heartbeat.