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- The Coven
They came to Ahri at the first stirrings of dusk—the laughter of the Half-Light Jackal, ever stalking the world as it turned towards its own inevitable entropy. A vicious predator and powerful witch, Ahri sucks the life from all she lures close, siphoning it towards her lord within the gloom.
They came to Ashe in a bone-deep chill—the frost of the Jet-Black Ibex, entombing the world in ice. She descended the mountain and brought a harrowing winter with her… but that is not the only thing that followed Ashe into the night. The mountain itself rumbles.
They came to Camille as if in some dark slumber—whispers of the Ebony Ram, and the nameless things tumbling up from long-forgotten sepulchers. Her throat full of hearsay, she cuts down the vestiges of the new world, seeding the earth with the magics and witchery of her ancient, grinning masters.
They came to Cassiopeia as a shadow within the fog—the shape of the Silver Cobra, slithering up from the numberless graves of the ancient dead. She now stalks the ruling families of humankind, her sculpture garden full of wayward souls who strayed too far from the safety of castle walls, now eternally frozen in the throes of terror.
The covens of the south join their sisters for the great resurrection, as old things stir once more, and old grudges are at last repaid in full. Evelynn, daughter of the Great Harrier, gladly joins her sisters for the darkness to come—a trail of brutality and death always in her wake.
They came to LeBlanc as if in some forgotten melody -- songs of the Black Crane, and its titanic heart long-imprisoned within the deepest reaches of the Elderwood. Her sisters fell before the forest's defenders, but LeBlanc did find her prize... and now her patron has begun to wake, stirring itself from a dreamless slumber of unhallowed centuries.
Resurrected by the Black Crane, LeBlanc has rejoined her sisters with renewed purpose—yet the gifts of the Old Gods do not come without a price. As her body twists into new and strange forms, LeBlanc has discovered that she is the vessel through which her own dead god will return, and that it has granted her impossible power.
They came to Lissandra as if in some waking dream—visions of the Ivory Stag, and the old magics long lost to antiquity. Even now, the ageless witch resides among those twisted shadows of the old growth, awaiting the day her dead gods spill forth from their rotten and accursed graves.
Queen of the coven, and patron of that called Ashen Owl. Morgana worshipped the Old Gods, and wept when they were slain -- betrayed when her sister murdered the primordial sun and delivered its power to an army of witch-knights. Now Morgana has returned to end the reign of mankind, returning the world's true lords to their rightful, mouldering thrones.
They came to Zyra from the roots and rocks -- stirrings of the Night Dove, its beating wings twisting the very land that is its grave. Tied now to the whispers beneath the loam, she rips away humanity's works of stone and glass, each broken vestige another step towards a world returned to nature.
The old gods stir, and rise once more to greet their sun -- but she is slain, devoured by the daughters of the eclipse. On this lightless day they will rage, and quake, and howl, so all men shall know their first and final doom.
- Old Gods
A nightmarish totem forged of witchcraft and forbidden incantations, Ivern stood among the Old Gods in the days before their destruction. Left inert for hundreds of years, he has risen along with his brethren to annihilate the paltry works of man.
Appearing to mortals as a Jet-Black Ibex, Malphite was an Old God of the mountain slain by the Eclipse order and cast down onto the rocks below. Death did not claim him, but the mountain did—and now he rises in its hulking earthen form, the land itself twisted with hatred and consumed by new and terrible hungers.
The great corpses of the Old Gods fed the land, and in time even the Elderwood would come to grow over their putrid rot–hiding it, perhaps, for a time. But the Gods never truly died and, with the resurgence of the Coven, one has risen again–Nocturne, the Eternal Nightmare.
Once known as Father Wolf, Warwick roamed the wood and reveled in moonlight's bloody hunt. The Eclipse Order thought to slay him in his den and end his barbarity—but death means nothing to Old Gods, and he did not stay down. Father Wolf howls into the night once more, now slavering for the taste of human flesh.
Answer To Her Light
The Spirit of Copperwood Glade
- This theme shares some visual similarities with the Elderwood theme.
- The skin line is a thematic opposition to the Eclipse.
- A "coven" means a "gathering of a group of witches." This could mean that the Coven skinline is a female-only line.
- is 's sister and was possibly a member of the Coven. She betrayed the old gods and the Coven by slaying the primordial sun and giving its power to the Eclipse knights.
- Each specific Old God communicates with and is a patron of certain Coven members.
- - Half-Light Jackal.
- - Ebony Ram.
- The Ebony Ram and Camille may be having their own motives unknown to the other witches and Old Gods and may betray them if needed.
- - Silver Cobra.
- - Great Harrier.
- Evelynn is the daughter of the Harrier with a mortal woman.
- - Black Crane.
- - Ivory Stag.
- may be the Ivory Stag based on his antler.
- It gives her some unknown vision that she hides from the Coven.
- - Ashen Owl.
- - Night Dove.
- An Elderwood sylvan killed and stole her magic and identity thus creating .
- Later, was revived by the power of her god to become its vessel.
- The Omen of the Dark set is one of the "storybook fables" in this universe.
- However, 's biography hints that the damned kingdom may not be fictional after all, which may have something to do with ..
- has a quote towards mentioning how he protects a book with the story of a queen and her cursed city. has a quote when encountering Omen of the Dark champions where she mentions how her mother used to read her stories of their kingdom.
- It's possible that the story of is an interpretation, a legend of what happened to .
- was once ruler of a city, but in dreams induced by , she was seduced by the promises of a , whispering of esoteric power and infamy beyond the grasp of mortals, and eternal life. Upon the shadow's third visit, she released it into the waking world. She betrayed her people and gave them to darkness, so that in the shadow's womb she would be reborn an ageless monster.
- Visions of the Ivory Stag came to as if in some waking dream. Even now, the ageless witch resides among those twisted shadows of the old growth, awaiting the day her dead gods spill forth from their rotten and accursed graves.
- It's possible that the story of is an interpretation, a legend of what happened to this Universe's .
- stood as a crowned inquisitor against the darkness at the head of her order. But when the city fell to darkness she turned on her sisters. It's unknown if the darkness overtook Kayle or her sisters. This betrayal could be a reference to the one mentioned about the who once allied with the Coven.