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My best champion!
Zyra transferred her consciousness from a plant into a human body for a second chance at life. Centuries ago, she dominated the Kumungu Jungle, using vines to consume any animal that set foot in her territory. As the animal population steadily died off, food became increasingly scarce&Zyra could only stand by helplessly as the last of her kin withered away. She thought she’d perish alone until the appearance of an unwary sorceress presented her with an opportunity for salvation. Using the woman’s memories, Zyra poured her newfound magic into the creation of a human vessel. She didn’t know what sort of world awaited her but she had nothing left to lose. When Zyra opened her eyes, she was overwhelmed by the raw power ready at her fingertips. It wasn’t until she noticed the shriveled remains of the plant she once was that she realized how vulnerable she’d become. If this body died, there would be no network of vines to retreat through, no roots to regrow her, but she felt truly alive. She beheld the world for the first time as animals did&a dark smile crept across her lips. She was reborn&there was so much now within her grasp.
Xerath practiced magic with undying passion. He believed that with enough power, he could gaze into the heart of Runeterra to know the secrets of the universe. Such magic was beyond the limitations of a mortal body but Xerath obsessively pursued a path to infinite power nonetheless. With every breakthrough, he grew more powerful, yet not without consequence. His increasing arcane abilities wrought havoc on his physical form; desperate, he undertook a dangerous ritual to transcend his dying body. The outcome would be immortality… Or self-destruction. Violent magic unleashed during the ritual caused devastation throughout Shurima but when the dust settled, Xerath emerged as an ascended being of pure mystical energy. Free of flesh&bone, Xerath held nearly infinite power at his command. However, in the wake of his chaotic ritual, the mages of Shurima feared his careless disregard for life would bring ruin to the kingdom. After a terrible struggle, they subdued Xerath but they could not destroy his ascended form. Instead, they trapped him within an enchanted sarcophagus&sealed him in an underground tomb. Eons passed, civilizations rose&fell, and his imprisonment was lost to memory. For centuries, his power tore away at the sarcophagus&weakened its spell. Finally, he willed forth a burst of magic that shattered his prison but its core remained, containing Xerath within its broken pieces. Seeking to rid himself of this burden, he was drawn to the magic of Valoran’s nexuses&found he could absorb their power. Xerath knew his key to true freedom lay in gaining their trust, so he offered his power to the League of Legends.
Wukong was born from a runestone that was lost deep within the Plague Jungles. It remained there, untouched for centuries, emanating a potent magic which infused nearby wildlife with sentience&vitality. A group of monkeys that were particularly empowered by it came to worship the rock&their leader, a wise sage, became convinced he could harness its power to make the monkeys immortal. He performed an elaborate ritual but things didn’t go as expected. The stone was destroyed, producing Kong, a monkey who carried in his heart the strength it had contained. Kong was driven by an unquenchable desire for greatness&sought out every beast the Plague Jungles could offer, eager to find a worthy opponent but none offered a challenge. To him, the League was paradise. After meeting Master Yi, Kong was renamed Wukong&was given an enchanted staff the young Doran had crafted. The weapon was an unrivaled masterpiece. Guided by Yi, Wukong joined the League to prove himself as the best, as well as to show the world the true power of Wuju.
Clever very clever…
am I the only person who says ‘ow’ in surprise even if what happened didn’t remotely hurt me