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  • Pressing Business

    25th Day of the Moth, Year of the Crown I waited for some time after the Council in the Gardens of [[Tolanath]], to ensure that all had ample time to consider the effects of such an eventful turning. But I could not wait for long: there was still work …

  • Briarcliff

    At the north-west edge of Culdonia, where the border of the [[Enclave of Elves]] and [[Sussenia]] meet, lies the most frequented Elven settlement, and the only one that bears any resemblance to those outside the forest realm. Though an incline does cause …

  • Nathrach

    Once, Elves lived out in the open air, tending to flocks of sheep on the hills alongside Culdonia. Low Elves were seen hunting ranging deer and elk. Elendil spun wool into majestic cloth garments out under the open sun. Then the Lost Wars came. …

  • Oakenfell

    The oldest city in all of Kai'ckul and home to the Elendil -- High Elves -- Elven culture and civilization, the Council of the Code, and the barest hints of magic. Nestled in south Culdonia lies the largest and one of two true cities of Elves. The …

  • Perius

    Legendary leader and unifier of peoples, and the one who single-handedly saved all of Kai'ckul from the evil of the Lost. Never before and never since has there been a singular Elven leader, but in the moment of need Perius appeared from Culdonia and …

  • Culdonian Collective

    After the discovery by Captain Astley, the Gnomes were invited to take a seat at the Council of the Code. After a few envoys back and forth between the [[Dragon's Pebbles]] and [[Oakenfell]], the wary Sage Cypra Grasschewer agreed to attend these meetings …

  • The Circle

    *The Circle* The Circle is known the world over as an utterly exclusive society of wizards, the worldwide center of magical knowledge, and the only place in the world to learn magic from such masters. Formal students of wizardry (known as aspirants) are …

  • Tower Perian

    The Tower Perian was the center of the city of [[Oakenfell]] -- delicate stonework with fine gold filigree; its curve seemed nearly organic. The Tower was the center of town in all ways -- open to all in town, and bustling with energy and life. The ground …

  • Finrodel

    The Elendil known as *Finrodel the Prophet* came to life over 1400 years ago, during the Age of Heroes and the [[Lost Wars]]. His origins are not known to the general public, but most assume he was raised in [[Oakenfell]], as it was to Oakenfell he later …

  • Melitherien

    *Melitherien the Watcher* is an ancient High Elf wizard of [[The Circle]] and one of the Elder Telcari, said to be at least 1200 years old. She is the partner of [[Finrodel]], the order's founder and leader. Melitherien is held to be benevolent and …

  • The Mysteriarch

    *The Mysteriarch* is an ancient and mysterious Telcar -- a wizard of [[The Circle]] -- whose origins are lost to the ravages of time. The Mysteriarch is an expert shapechanger, and has been for perhaps as long as even [[Finrodel]] can remember. Some say …

  • Maegwir

    *Maegwir the Summoner* is a High Elf wizard of [[The Circle]], also known as one of the Telcari. Like most of the other Telcari, he is many hundreds of years old, and respected by anyone with an interest in magic. Maegwir is the world's foremost expert …

  • Linderion

    *Linderion the Lord of Twilight* is one of the Telcari -- those who bear the ring that signifies membership in [[The Circle]] of wizards in [[Oakenfell]]. He is one of the high elves, and his skills in wizardry are focused in light and shadow, and …

  • Tiriel

    *Tiriel the Enchantress* (known by some as *Tiriel the Sorceress*) is the only one of the Telcari -- those legendary wizards belonging to [[The Circle]] -- known to be born of low elf stock, though she is known to be extremely short-tempered with any who …

  • Calentir

    *Calentir the Wyrm-Son* is perhaps the most outspoken of all the wizards of [[The Circle]], being the most open and charismatic of the lot. Calentir is known to have been one of the Telcari for at least 600 years, and in that time he has traveled …

  • Antenor

    *Antenor the Alchemist* is one of the High Elf Telcari -- those ancient wizards of legend who bear the ring of membership in [[The Circle]]. Antenor is not widely known outside of [[Oakenfell]] and Fey Culdonia, but he is said to be reserved and …

  • Faenglor

    *Faenglor the Flamelord* is an ancient High Elf wizard of [[The Circle]]. He is said to have been ever a staunch defender (in both word and deed) of [[The Codification]]. In more than one legend, Faenglor expresses the view that all races are subject …

  • Valindel

    *Valindel the Stormwarden* is a legendary High Elf wizard of [[The Circle]], based in [[Oakenfell]]. He is most at peace in the wilderness, and it is said the very winds about him change to match his mood. The legends describe him as one of few words, …

  • Eraneth

    *Eraneth the Frostguard* is a High Elf wizard of [[The Circle]]. She is little known outside of [[Oakenfell]], but those who speak of her say she is cold, logical to a fault, and bound to duty and honor.

  • Finoriel

    *Finoriel the Artificer* is the legendary mistress of crafting among the High Elf wizards of [[The Circle]]. Countless legends feature vestments, rings and talismans forged by her arts. Finoriel is the daughter of [[Finrodel]] and [[Melitherien]], and …

  • Long Siege

    In the [[Age of Heroes]], when the [[Lost]] approached the [[Ancient Holds]] of the Dwarves, bent on destruction, [[Gar Indahar]] persuaded the hordes to turn away from their holds, and instead assault their hated enemies, the Elves. Gar wielded the …

  • Frostmourn

    Frostmourn was a secluded Elf keep, deep within the [[Hammerdal Mountains]] during the [[Age of Heroes]]. When [[Findalar]], [[Eledhel]], and their co-generals of the Elf-kin lured the [[Lost]] north, they met them in final battle at Frostmourn in the …

  • Heartstone

    A ruined keep from a bygone age, the ruins of Heartstone lie in the mountains north of Deveron. Heartstone was a great stronghold in the [[Age of Fathers]] (most likely of Dwarf-make), said to be impenetrable. Early in the Age of Heroes, a clan of Wild …

  • Balentor

    Balentor was a great port of the Elf-kin built in the latter days of the [[Age of Fathers]], in the early years of greatness for the Elves when [[Findalar]] founded great [[Oakenfell]]. Seated on the edge of the [[Nathrach]], the great white city was …

  • Tower of Bones

    A ruined remain is all that remains of an ancient tower, said to have pierced the sky in ancient times. It is written that, in the [[Age of Fathers]], the Dragon Prince of Pride, Gorgrizall, commanded his subject -- the great builder Elf, [[Tolanath]], …

  • Arinoth

    In the beginning, it is said that magic was the sole province of Wyrms, as the tongue they spoke was infused with the breath of creation, and no other race could speak it. But among those Elves first created by the Wyrms in the [[Age of Fathers]], …

  • Tolanath

    Tolanath is a figure of Elven legend, from the Age of Fathers, before the dragons of [[Kai'ckul]] left us to our own devices. According to legend, Tolanath was devoted to Gorgrizall, the Dragon Prince of Pride, and all his works were done in homage to him …

  • Andreth

    Andreth was one of the Firstborn of the Elf-kin, birthed by the Wyrms in the [[Age of Fathers]] to do their bidding in all things. Andreth loved all things of beauty, and for many lifetimes of Man she thought that only the Wyrms could create things of …

  • Cordus

    Cordus was one of the Firstborn among the Elves -- those who served their masters the Wyrms in the [[Age of Fathers]]. Among all the Firstborn of all the races, Cordus was said to have the gift for speech, for in the beginning there were only things …

  • Findalar

    Findalar was a great warrior and leader among the Elendil of old, during the [[Age of Fathers]]. He wielded a giant sword that was called Galvir or Justice. When [[Oakenfell]] was settled, Findalar led his warriors on the March of Tears through lands …

  • Gwaehir

    Gwaehir the Windfinder was a legendary captain and shipbuilder in the [[Age of Fathers]], who dwelt in the wondrous port of [[Balentor]], west of [[Oakenfell]]. After assembling a fleet of beautiful vessels, Gwaehir set off on a grand journey and did …

  • Eledhel

    Eledhel was a leader of Elf-kin armies in the [[Age of Heroes]]. Eledhel, in his youth, served [[Findalar]] who was a champion of legendary strength, but of all the Elves Eledhel is said to have been the best in the art of war and tactics. Many hold that …

  • Torfingalf

    Torfingalf the Wise was one of the great wizards of the [[Age of Heroes]]. Of all wizards of the ages, he was most learned in the ways of magical protection, inventing the great mythals which protected the forests of [[Culdonia]] during the [[Long Siege …

  • Culdonia

    Fey Culdonia is the vast forest land that houses the [[Enclave of Elves]], including the towns of [[Oakenfell]] and [[Briarcliff]]. The woods themselves once stretched further to the north, south and west into the hills of [[Nathrach]], where Elves once …

  • Tower Eledhiel

    This tower in [[Briarcliff]] was built at the command of [[Eledhel]] during the [[Lost Wars]], after he led the armies in a retreat back to [[Culdonia]] from [[Frostmourn]] and the Battle of Mournful Ghosts, where [[Findalar]] was slain. The tower was …

  • Florimel Lithron

    [[Mortar]] survives on the [[Naftry Farm]] and thrives on the passage of travelers. Madame Florimel Lithron, a Low Elf, and her girls are one of the major intakes of currency. She's a permanent fixture of [[The Brick]], sitting in an off-set table to …

  • Eldorin Gwaehiriel

    EARLY LIFE Eldorin was reared in [[Oakenfell]], and for many lifetimes of man he thought nothing of magic. Eldorin had no brothers or sisters, but there were many older Elendil, happy to spend time with him as a child. In typical Elvish fashion, they …

  • Baranel Ironpath

    Baranel was born the youngest of three, a true daughter of the forest of [[Culdonia]]….but her parents preferred keeping her in [[Briarcliff]]. They were metalworkers, and wanted her to train in their family’s craft like her brother and sister. Briarcliff …