Lux hated the silence. She hated being rushed. But it was these two factors that characterized her current status: lying in wait for her prey. She was cold and the dew of the long grass didnt help. Through the tall plants and over the shoulder of the strange man known as Udyr, she could see what she was waiting for. Her enemies. They had taken too long to come up with a strategy, buy their magically enhancing trinkets and move out. Lux and her fellow warrior got in place to spring the trap. Udyr's muscles tensed as they approched, but Lux began to worry. Uh where's Sio... She barely finished whispering his name before Udyr's lightning fast hand covered her mouth more aggressively than she prefered. She knew the giant's stomping feet would ruin their ambush if he was late, and she could hear them rumbling in the distance. Looking through the brush, see could see the determined faces of her opposers: the huge lumbering rock mass known as Malphite, the slithering poison serpent Cassiopeia, and the incredibly skilled swordsman Master Yi. They were getting closer and Sion was nowhere near in range to help. Lux felt panic setting in. Focus, she thought to herself. I am a champion. They began to run straight toward her. Had they seen? Was their ambush discovered? Malphite charged forward toward the brush. Suddenly Udyr lept into the air and as he did, he let out a deafening screech. A circle of fire burst into life around him as though he were followed by some hellfire spotlight. He went straight for Yi. His fists pummled the champion as a cloud of black, choking air formed over his enemy. Malphite tore a rift in the lane toward Udyr, the huge chunk of earth hitting him squarely in the back and giving Yi the moment he needed to regain his focus. Yi raised his blade and leveled himself. As Udyr went in for another blow, Yi suddenly disappeared. Or it seemed like he disappeared. He moved incredibly fast, slashing Udyr across his chest and in a smooth effortless movement that only took half a heartbeat slashed into the brush lacerating Lux's arm before darting back to Udyr. She had been spotted! A poisonous cloud of venom suddenly filled the brush, burning her lungs, rending her stomach with nausea. The enemies knew she was a much easier victim and she suddenly felt their eyes on her. However where panic was, composure took its place. Her body felt as if it was filled with a rushing wind, she ran impossibly fast and knew why. Her summoner then unleashed the same spell Udyr's summoner had and a dark mist formed over the enemy swordsman. She unleashed an orb of light at him, causing her enemies to shield their eyes for a moment. In that same moment, she detonated the floating orb of magic slightly knocking Yi back but causing incredible pain. Yi's body remained illuminated from the blast, that is until Lux raised her wand and threw a single light attack at him. The attack ignited the illumination aroud Yi, shaking the poise he had regained. Suddenly, what felt like an earthquake sundered the ground and a huge mass of earth smashed into her. She was knocked to the ground and in the same moment another poisonous cloud filled her lungs with pain and anguish. GET UP! The voice of her summoner filled her head. RUN! Udyr ran toward Yi, screeching and reigniting the flames around him, but Yi had recovered. He leveled himself again and Lux knew what was about to happen. Udyrs fist rose in the air and smashed down on Yi. Or rather, where the swordsman used to be. In an impossibly short instant he had slashed at Udyr and dashed toward Lux. She ducked his first strike but was too slow to avoid his second. His blades moved as swiftly as the wind and his second strike caught her shoulder, opening a massive wound. She fell to the ground, wincing in pain. No, she thought, not like this. In less than a moment Yi was standing over her, his blade raised for a killing blow. Another earthquake shook the ground. This is it, she thought, preparing herself for the horrible burning sensation that came from death on the fields of justice. Yi drove his blade downward. But it stopped suddenly, an inch from her chest. Yi's eyes were disturbingly wide. His face twisted with intense fear. The earthquake had not come from Malphite, but were the thundering footsteps of the undead goliath Sion. His gaze had froze Yi in his place, who was helpless to stop the giant from cutting him down. Lux rolled over and got to her shaking feet. On seeing their teammate fall, Malphite and Cassiopeia fled, chased by a wounded Udyr and a fearsome Sion. Lux wanted to follow, but her summoner began to magically pull her back. When she flashed back at the spawning pool, the summoner consoled her. Dont worry Lux. This battle is just getting started.