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Lanaya, the Templar Assassin, came to her calling by a path of curious inquiry. Possessed of a scientific bent, she spent her early years engaged in meticulous study of nature's laws--peering into grimoires of magic and alchemy, recreating experiments from charred fragments of the Violet Archives, and memorizing observations of the Keen recordkeepers. Already quiet and secretive by nature, the difficulty of acquiring these objects further reinforced her skills of stealth. Had she been less retiring, she might have become notorious among the guilds as a thief-scholar. Instead her investigations led her into far more obscure corners. As she devoted her furtive talents to unlocking the secrets of the universe, she instead unlocked a secret door that exists in nature itself: the entryway to the most Hidden Temple.
She reappeared months later, but her ordeal had greatly changed her: her skin had turned pink, her eyes nightshade blue and she had manifested abilities that she previously did not posses. Other scholars were baffled, as to how she came to such a state, but she would not speak or share her experience. She would disappear for long periods of time, and reappear all so suddenly without any announcement, she would behave as if she had been gone for merely hours, while in reality she had been out for days and sometimes months.
Before she disappeared one of the scholars heard her speaking in the gardens, however there didnt seem to be anyone there, she said: "I will trace the source of the echoes, and by my life I swear that I will find them."