# Plot involving an implicit function

I'm trying to make a plot that depends on an implicit function. This example illustrates the problem: plot $$c=2l +n$$ in the $$c \times l$$ axes, where $$n$$ is implicitly determined by $$n^5+ 2n = c^2$$. Any ideas on how to do it?

Clear["Global*"]

eqn = Eliminate[{c == 2*l + n, n^5 + 2*n == c^2}, n] // Simplify

(* c (2 + c^4 + 40 c^2 l^2 + 80 l^4) ==
10 c^4 l + c^2 (1 + 80 l^3) + 4 (l + 8 l^5) *)

ContourPlot[
Evaluate@eqn, {c, -10, 10}, {l, -10, 10},
FrameLabel -> (Style[#, 14, Bold] & /@ {"c", "l"})] As long as your condition is a polynomial you could use Root

 Plot[(c-n)/2 /.{n -> Root[#^5+2*#-c^2,1]},{c,-5,5},AxesLabel->{"c","l"}] spacecurve =
ContourPlot3D[
c == 2*l + n, {c, -10, 10}, {l, -10, 10}, {n, -10, 10},
MeshFunctions -> Function[{c, l, n}, n^5 + 2*n - c^2],
Mesh -> {{0}}, Mesh -> Red, BoundaryStyle -> None,
ContourStyle -> None, Boxed -> False, Axes -> False];
Graphics[First@spacecurve /. {c_Real, l_Real, n_Real} -> {c, l}]


Or

reg = ImplicitRegion[{c == 2 l + n , n^5 + 2 n == c^2}, {c, l, n}];
eqn = Resolve[Exists[n, Element[{c, l, n}, reg]], Reals]
ContourPlot[eqn // Evaluate, {c, -10, 10}, {l, -10, 10}]
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