Hello, all. Author of Spellthief and Lore of Legends back again to share more of my notes on all of the League's champions. If you missed the original post, you can find it here.
I appreciate all of the encouragement I have been given in these posts as well as my fiction work. My suspicions over the last year and a half have been all but confirmed, that the potential for storytelling in the League universe is largely untapped and that there are many who play League that are hungry for more! Without further ado, Part 2 awaits!
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Elise - Unlike most residents of the Shadow Isles, Elise is not actually dead, although it would be hard to say that she is human still. In her monologue, she mentions being fascinated by the undeath around her, but she does not embrace it like, say, Karthus. Instead, she comes (or was called) to the Shadow Isles to serve Vilemaw, and in return for her service she is given eternal life. This makes her unique and causes one to question whether Vilemaw, an ancient being, is allied in any way with the undead who surround him. Perhaps him and his ilk are resistant to the death and decay around them, and thus are able to capture the weakened prey that dare come to his domain.
Ezreal - Ezreal is a wanderer, and although we know next to nothing about his parents, it's safe to assume that he isn't as close to them as others. Why else would he choose to travel so much at a young age (at the cost of formal education)? He apparently is fascinated with magic. Maybe whatever he's encountered so far in Piltover's colleges did not impress him. It's probably a combination of many elements that contributes to his wanderlust, although we can see from his hermit uncle that there is definitely a genetic affinity for travel and isolation.
Fiddlesticks - A difficult champion to discuss, Fiddlesticks has very...