- “Don't worry, you always have a way of sneaking into people's hearts.”
- — Amity to Luz before kissing her
- 1 Canon
- 1.1 Season One
- 1.2 Season Two
- 2 Fanon
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I Was A Teenage Abomination
Amity first met Luz when she pretended to be Willow's Abomination, causing Amity to lose her "top student" badge. Amity suspects something is up, and tries to prove that Willow cheated. Their first official meeting was when Amity caught Luz eating a sandwich, something Abominations can't do, and shook her for answers, causing Amity to get in trouble. Amity then gets Principle Bump involved, who attempts to preform an autopsy on Luz. Luz and Willow escape, using Willow's plant magic, and Amity demands her badge back, but Luz escapes before anything else can happen. Amity takes a disliking to Luz after this.
The two eventually reunite at the local Covention. Luz tries to ease tensions between them, but Amity provokes her by pointing out Luz'll never be a true witch, due to being human. This, and Amity bullying King, causes Luz to challenge Amity to a witches' duel, which Amity accepts. Their agreements are sealed with an everlasting oath, and if Luz loses she'll agree to never train in magic again. Due to Luz not knowing many spells at the time, Eda decides to cheat. When it's revealed that Lilith also cheated, Amity runs away, causing Luz to go after her. Amity blames Luz for making her look like a fool in front of the Emperor's Coven, and demands that Luz confess she isn't a real witch. Luz admits that she's not a real witch, but is training hard to be one. She then shows Amity her light spell, which amazes Amity due to the method she uses. Realizing that she can't stop Luz from trying to be a witch, Amity makes the oath unbound, allowing Luz to continue learning magic.
Lost in Language
When returning Eda's books to the library, Luz finds Amity reading to kids, and then hopes that she can befriend Amity. When Luz tries to approach her, Amity coldly tells her to go away, as every time Luz is near her, she always gets in trouble. Luz then befriends Amity's elder siblings, Edric and Emira, who invite her to sneak into the library to watch the results of a comet that brings written things to life. They soon discover Amity's secret study and go through her stuff. Luz discovers that Amity likes the Good Witch Azura, Luz's favorite series. She also discovers Amity diary, which Edric and Emira want to see, and they fight over it, causing the pages to scatter on the floor caught, just as Amity walks in. Amity seizes the book from Luz's hands and labels Luz as a bully. After the two of them fight off a twisted version of Otabin, the character from a book that Amity cherishes which Edric vandalized, Luz lets Amity borrow her fifth Good Witch Azura book. After taking the offer, Amity admits that she hasn't been the friendliest witch and that she would think on that.
Adventures In The Elements
Luz and Amity start their friendship. Luz meets up with her so she can return the book, and announces that she'll be going to school with her. But Amity points out that she won't be in the same classes as her, as she can only cast two spells, and thus will be in the baby classes. Luz then takes a trip the the knee of the Titan with Eda to train in her ways of magic. During this trip she discovers Amity is there too with her siblings. After getting impatient of Eda's teaching method, Luz steals Amity's training wand and casts a few spells with it, which drains its battery and attracts a creature called a Slitherbeast, which kidnaps Eda, Amity tries to make sure Luz doesn't get hurt by entrapping her in a pink barrier. After Luz and Amity save Emira, Edric, and Eda, Luz asks Amity to start a Good Witch Azura book club, and Amity blushes when asking if it could be a secret club between the two.
Amity greets Luz when she arrives at school and gives her a high five. Later in the episode, Luz begins to explore the doors of the secret room of shortcuts and finds Amity talking to herself. Amity is visibly nervous about something, and then you can hear her say "so you two go to the same school now, that doesn't change anything" and sighs.
When Amity accidentally sets pictures of Willow's memories on fire, she and Luz go inside Willow's mind to fix them. Amity is seen blushing at Luz twice: once while Luz is motivating her to keep fixing Willow's memories, and again after receiving a hug from Luz.
Enchanting Grom Fright
Amity is selected to be Grom Queen, the Boiling Isle's equivalent of Prom Queen, meaning she'll have to fight Grometheus the Fear Bringer, also known as Grom, a demon that shape shifts into someone's worst fears. Amity tells Luz that she doesn't want her fear to be known, as it's too embarrassing. Luz feels bad that Amity has to fight Grom, so she decides to take Amity's place as Grom Queen.
Before the fight, Amity thanks Luz, telling her that she's amazed at how fearless she is, as Luz has done things Amity couldn't. Amity and Luz also flirt before Luz has to fight Grom, with Luz asking if Amity is going soft on her. When Luz runs away from the battle, Amity follows her into the forest and tries to protect Luz. Grom attacks her, and Amity's worst fear is seen as being romantically rejected by someone unspecified, shown by Grom tearing up a note Amity was seen with throughout the episode. Luz reassures her it's alright, and offers to go to Grom with her instead, as that's what friends do.
Amity and Luz then team up and fight Grom by dancing together, where they are portrayed to be extremely close while doing so. After their dance, it is revealed to the audience that it was Luz who Amity had been planning to ask out to Grom, but didn't out of her fear of rejection. At the end of the episode, many Hexside kids are shown in Grom photos, one including Luz hugging a very blushy Amity.
Wing it Like Witches
The intensity of Amity's feelings have grown since their fight against Grom. Throughout her interactions with Luz in the episode, Amity is shown heavily blushing, and repeatedly fumbles over herself, verbally as well as physically, even when Luz does as little as calling her name. When Luz asks Amity if she wants to help her defeat Boscha at Grudgby, Amity panics picturing she and Luz on the same team, and Luz in a cute uniform, sweating. She admits later in the episode that she loves the dumb side of Luz, quickly taking back her statement a few seconds later in an attempt to hide her feelings from her peers. Luz, Willow, and Amity's final play to defeat Boscha's team results in Amity injuring her leg. Luz decides to help Amity by carrying her, causing Amity to nervously blush.
Amity is seen ruining one of her parents presentations when one of their Abomatons nearly steps on her copy of the group photo from Grom, which makes her mother, Odalia, realize she's getting "distracted".
Amity welcomes Luz back to Hexside with a Fairy Pie, blushing as she does so. While Luz is disgusted by the pie, as it actually has fairies in it, she accepts the pie none-the-less. When Amity's parents gets Luz, Willow and Gus expelled from Hexside for being a bad influence on her, Amity wants to stand up to them, but is too afraid to do so. Amity later apologized to Luz, but refuses to take her to her parents when Luz asks to talk to them.
Later, Amity discovers that Luz has taken her place in her parents presentations and is at the mercy of their latest Abomatons. Amity sneaks into the presentation and stops it, telling it to "Stay away from my Luz!" Seeing Amity in that moment, Luz appears to start having feelings for Amity, as she blushes when Amity asks if she's alright, and the two blush when they begin to fight back to back. Amity stands up to her parents, saying that her friends inspire her to think about what kind of person she wants to be.
In the end, Amity makes a deal with Odalia to let her friends back into Hexside, or she'll destroy the Abomaton and ruin their chances of getting investors, which only Luz realizes is a bluff. The Abomaton then flattens them, which convinces the investors, and the two girls smile at each other, while pretending to be unconscious. Odalia tries to go back on the deal, but her husband, Alador, convinces her to let it go, as Amity seems to be getting stronger due to Luz's influence, strong enough to potentially become a Coven leader.
Through the Looking Glass Ruins
Their mutual feelings continue to grow throughout the episode. Luz goes to Gus, who correctly guesses that she wants to borrow his library card to visit Amity. Luz comments that she hasn't "been doing a good job of hiding it" and Gus agrees, implying that Luz has used his library card to visit Amity on multiple occasions. This time, however, she is also trying to learn more about the previous human on the Boiling Isles.
After finding the information she needs she sneaks over to the Kid's Corner where Amity regularly reads books to kids. Luz sees Amity with her hair down for the first time and blushes, then blushes harder when Ed and Em show up. She asks if they're there to pick up Amity, to which they reply that Luz is already doing that, implying that Luz has been walking her home, but this is most likely teasing her about trying to "pick up" or woo Amity. Amity comes over and asks Luz if the twins are bothering her. Luz blushes and explains that she's here to see Amity, which causes Amity to blush as well. After a few seconds the twins make an overly dramatic exit in order to give the two of them some privacy.
Luz asks for help finding the diary of the other human, and Amity says it would likely be kept in the Forbidden Stacks. Amity expresses nervousness about the idea of going in there, saying that if they get caught, she will be fired, but that she wants to help Luz anyway. Luz promises Amity that they won't get caught and holds her hands, causing them both to blush. Once inside the Forbidden Stacks they see the master librarian shelving books, and they duck out of sight before he can see them. When he's gone they realize how close they are and blush profusely before rolling away from each other. Amity is worried that her usually nice boss would feed her to the bookworms if they get caught. Luz comments that, while she's sure bookworms on the Boiling Isles are scary monsters, in the human world it's just a cute nickname for nerds. This makes Amity blush, and she says that the human world sounds odd. Luz offers to show Amity the human world some day before saying they should probably leave the Forbidden Stacks. Instead Amity grabs Luz and declares that they're gonna find that diary.
When they do find the other human's diary, Luz opens it and discovers it's pages have been eaten by a rodent. Luz cries out in anger at the animal, and as a result, they are caught by the master librarian. They are both kicked out, with Amity losing her job. Luz tries to apologize, but Amity rejects it, saying that she does "stupid things" around Luz and she wishes she didn't. Both of them are in tears, and Luz tells Amity that she does stupid things around her too. Amity gasps, then says that she should go home. Luz sheds a few tears before pushing her hair back and saying "Nada funcionará a menos que lo haga funcionar." (Nothing will work unless you make it work.) Then she goes back into the library.
At the Blight Manor Amity talks with Emira and Edric about how confusing things have been since she met Luz. "I'm thinking things I've never thought before. I'm feeling things I never used to feel!" Emira points out that that's not necessarily a bad thing, saying that Amity wasn't happy before. She offers to dye Amity's hair, and Amity ends up changing the color and style. Then a disheveled Luz knocks on the front door, holding out Amity's library staff badge and apologizing profusely when she answers. Luz notices Amity's new hairstyle, and Amity explains that her mother always wanted it to be green and that she thought "it was time for a change". They both blush.
Amity wonders how Luz got her job back, and Luz explains that the master librarian put her through multiple trials before he would agree to hire Amity again. Amity notices the mouse from the library on Luz's leg, and it tries to run away when Luz reaches for it. She dives after the mouse and catches it, proclaiming hatred for the animal. Amity calms her, explaining that it's called an echo mouse and that it can relay any information it eats. They watch what the animal has stored from the diary. Afterwards, Luz thanks the mouse and says she hopes they will become good friends. Luz's hair starts blowing in the wind while Amity stares at her. She looks down at her library staff card, then tells Luz not to worry because "you always have a way of sneaking into people's hearts". Amity kisses Luz on the cheek. The twins watch the moment from an open window, and Edric states that Amity made a "bold move." Luz gasps in surprise, her eyes sparkling. Amity, face bright red and thoroughly embarrassed, says "farewell forever" to Luz, muttering "Why did I do that?" several times as she walks back into her house. Luz stands there staring after her in stunned silence, then falls to her knees.
Amity does not appear in this episode, although Luz does ask Willow about her. Willow says that Amity stayed home, to which Luz sadly said that it would make sense.
Knock Knock Knockin' On Hooty's Door
At the beginning of the episode, Luz expresses her desire to make the echo mouse happy to 'make her way into Amity's heart'. She tries asking the mouse for advice on how to ask out Amity, referring to her as 'a cotton-candy-haired goddess'. Luz also calls Amity 'smart, cool and classy'; saying that asking her out should be breathtaking, emotional and real, rather than cheesy like how she was back in her world. Overhearing her gushing, Hooty decides to help her by trapping Amity in an owl pellet and bringing her to the basement, sending a cryptic poem to Luz signaling her to go there.
In the basement, Luz finds Amity as she breaks out of the owl pellet Hooty trapped her in, blushing at the sight of her. Amity tries asking Luz to forget about what happened back at Blight Manor, but is quickly cut off by Luz, who tells her that all she cares about is them leaving the basement. However, before they could do so, Hooty activates a trap door that causes them to fall into a pile of heart-shaped cushions (with Luz and Amity holding each other while blushing as they fell). They are then forced to go through a cheesy tunnel of love created by Hooty (seriously, how does he do all of this in less than 10 minutes?), which causes Luz to panic over being thought of as a loser by Amity. Unbeknownst to her, Amity actually doesn't mind the ride, even blushing furiously when she sees the banner which says 'I THINK YOU'RE SMART, COOL AND CLASSY'. However, Luz's frantic display of destroying the ride causes her to believe that Luz thinks the idea of them dating is a joke. Before they could discuss it any further, Hooty goes into a panicked frenzy after thinking he failed to help his friends.
Heading outside the Owl House, Luz and Amity are almost crushed by a falling piece of debris, but are saved by King's newly-discovered voice powers, causing the debris to explode into a sparkle of colors that surrounds them, and Luz to look at Amity in awe. After some encouragement from Eda (who also distracts a disconsolate Hooty), Luz finally decides to try asking Amity out. She initially pauses before popping the question, but Amity, unable to hold back any longer, asks Luz if she wants to go out with her first. Amity does allow Luz to formally ask her out immediately afterwards, and says yes. They then hold hands, confirming their relationship.
Afterwards, Luz and Amity are seen getting the echo mouse to show them information about the portal to the human realm, blushing after sharing a glance at each other.
The ship first began to gain momentum following the episode 'Covention' as it showed there was more to Amity's character besides being antagonistic towards Willow and Luz. The ship got even more attention following the release of promo images for the episode 'Enchanting Grom Fright', a Prom based episode that showed Luz and Amity having a moment together and a hallway while in formal wear. This is why most of the ship's recent fan art is based on the said episode and the Lumity moments from it.
Fans have also drawn parallels between Lumity and DiAkko from Little Witch Academia thanks to the similar setting of a magic school and their rivalry turned friendship. Along with there being fans who commonly compare Lumity with Catradora from She-Ra and the Princesses of Power, since it too has a dance scene episode that fans see as a parallel to Enchanting Grom Fright, and there being other similar moments between the two ships and their animated shows.
It also has some parallels with Adrienette, in which, like what Amity did to Luz at first, Marinette had treated Adrien rather coldly, but after they discover their nice side, both Marinette and Amity tend to fluster and run their mouths off whenever they're near their respective love interests.
On National Chocolate Chip Cookie Day, a lot of passionate Lumity shippers replied to a tweet by the official Arby's account with content relating to Lumity. On the same day, a tweet by the official Chick-fil-A account also had many people replying about Lumity.
|1st||AUG 2nd 2021|
|2nd||JUN 14th 2021||JUN 22nd 2021||JULY 12th 2021||JULY 19th 2021||JUL 26th 2021|
|3rd||JUN 7th 2021||JUN 30th 2021|
|5th||JUL 5th 2021|
|9th||FEB 15th 2021|
|10th||FEB 8th 2021||MAY 24th 2021|
|11th||FEB 1st 2021||FEB 22nd 2021|
|16th||MAY 31st 2021|
|19th||MAR 29th 2021|
|20th||MAR 1st 2021|
|4th||AUG 2nd 2021|
|17th||JUL 19th 2021|
- Both Luz and Amity wear black colored earrings and are fans of the Good Witch Azura series.
- In the ship name AbominationGlyph, "Abomination" refers to Amity being in the Abomination Track while "Glyph" refers to how Luz uses glyphs to do magic.
- The ship names AzuraLovers and Azura Book Club refer to how both girls are fans of the Good Witch Azura series and planned to start a secret Azura Book Club.
- The ship name LittleMissOrdinary refers to the songs "Little Miss Perfect" and "Ordinary," which are songs that are connected to Amity and Luz.
- The ship name Grom Queens refers to how they were crowned as Grom queens together.
- The ship name PixiePonytail refers to how Luz has a pixie cut while Amity used to have her hair in a ponytail.
- The ship names CatAbomination and Nyabomination refer to how Luz tried to make an Abomination at the Blight Manor look like a cat. This is also how Amity knew that the replacement her mom had found was Luz.
- The ship name GuavaPrismUniforms refer to how Amity's school uniform is similar to a guava color while Luz's uniform can be seen as prisms.
- In the ship name OtterTomato, "Otter" refers to how Luz has an otter costume. "Tomato" refers to how fans compare Amity to a tomato since she blushes so much around Luz.
- The ship names Gay Witches, Sapphic Witches and WLWitches refers to how Luz and Amity are both attracted to women and could be labelled as "gay," "sapphic" or "women-loving-women."
- The ship name Purpled-Haired Girlfriends refers to how Luz has purplish-brown/brownish-purple and how Amity dyed her hair purple.
- The ship name Pixie Cut Girlfriends refers to how Luz has a pixie cut and how Amity got a pixie cut in the second season.
- The ship name Light Friendship refers to how Luz's name means light while Amity's name means friendship.
- On the Official Disney Channel released the clip of the ship becoming canon a few days after the episode aired, and they titled the video "Lumity". 
- It was originally titled "Luzity", but it was changed after people complained.
- Main article: Lumity/Gallery
- Luminey refers to the ship between the two and Viney
- Luz x Amity x Hunter refers to the ship between the two and Golden Guard/Hunter
- Luz x Willow x Gus x Amity refers to the ship between the two, Willow Park and Gus Porter
- Willumity refers to the ship between the two and Willow Park
|SHIPS||het||Luzter • Sking|
|slash||Goldric • Gustholomule|
|femslash||Amillow • Boschlow • Lumity • Vinira • Willuz|
|friendships||Edaking • Hootlingo • Luzking • Owluz|