GENEALOGY

This page includes the genealogy of the main houses of the High Elves (Hawenti) and the clans of the Green Elves (Llewenti) and Blue Elves (Irawenti).

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Genealogy Hawenti DOL houses

CHARACTERS 

The Lost Islands is a complex and realistic world where names, family and characters fit into their total pattern. The Characters List, established as of 2718 LC, brings together, in an A-Z sequence, facts and information about each figure. It provides an indispensable aid to every reader's discovery of the Lost Islands.

 

 

 

 

 

Aertelyr: Green Elf (Ice), Rogue – Level 15, a navigator from Nyn Llyandy based in the principality of Cumberae and a vassal to House Dol Nos-Loscin. Aertelyr was a smuggler as much as a trader who continued trading despite King Norelin’s blockade. His merchant company, the Breymounarty, controlled maritime trade outside of the kingdom of Gwarystan sea routes. Also known as ‘Nartelys’ among the clan Myortilys.

  

Aewöl: High Elf (Night) Alchemist – Level 12, one of the few Night Elves who lived in Essawylor. The offspring of the fallen house of Dir Sana, Aewöl was master of the Smiths Guild of Ystanlewin in the days of Essawylor and the House Dol Lewin’s counsellor. He crossed the Austral Ocean with Feïwal and Roquen Dol Lewin. After the battle of Mentollà, Aewöl became Guild Master of Alqualinquë and developed trade across the Lost Islands. Banished from Llymar Forest by Gal dyl for attempting to read the Rowë Testament, he received his heirloom from Saeröl and became the third master of the Sana Guild. Aewöl descended from Sana, the princess of Twilight Woods through his mother Espa and his grandfather Egalmöl, the Bladesmith Elriöl’s younger brother. Saeröl was therefore his cousin.   

 

Alef Bronzewood (died 2716 LC in the Valley of Nargrond): Human Barbarian Druid – Level 7, a shape changer, one of the ‘true druids’, a loyal servant to the Mother of the Islands but an extremist who worked to restore the Archipelago’s original purity. Originally, he dwelled in Nyn Ernaly inside the forest of Mentolewin. But Alef was also familiar with the way into Nargrond Valley, for he had dealings with another powerful druid, the Seer of Oryusk who enthralled him.  

 

Almit: High Elf (Gold) Enchanter – Level 14, Lord of House Dol Etrond, Warlord of Tios Lluin, Master of the Golden Arch guild. When Ystanetrond, his capital city in Nyn Avrony was conquered by a powerful fleet of Men from Nellos, he fled along the last survivors of House Dol Etrond to Gwarystan, taking his place in the Golden Arch tower. For a while, he performed his part as lord of the House of Dol Etrond at the royal court, but then joined his granduncle Curubor in Llymar Forest. There he became a great smith famed for the making of armour of the most elaborate Elvin steel. After 2615 LC, Almit dedicated his life to the restoration of old stones and the study of lost legends and dwelled in Tios Lluin. He wore the Blue Helm of Etrond, and the ancient relic distinguished his rank as the first of his bloodline. Almit was the grandnephew of Curubor. He married Nuviele Dol Ogalen and their unique daughter was Loriele.

  

Alton: High Elf (Gold) Invoker – Level 13, noble Dol of House Dol Nos-Loscin, Lord of Tios Aeyi, Ambassador of Cumberae. When not travelling for the diplomatic matters of the principality, he dwelled in the city of giant cedars, Tios Aeyi, in the forest of Cumberae. Alton was the descendant of Miglor the Eldest, the cousin of Prince Garael and Princess Terela. Sinear is his elder brother.

  

Aplor: High Elf (Gold) Mage – Level 9, Royal Steward of Llymvranone. Aplor followed Lord Camatael Dol Lewin into exile in the Llymar Forest after breaking his vow to King Norelin. He became Camatael’s principal hireling.  

 

Aranaele: High Elve (Gold) Cleric – Level 22, Queen of Essawylor, High Priestess of Cim. One of few survivors of the late First Age, she opposed her cousin Lormelin about the future of the High Elves at the ‘Celebration of the Ivory mountains’. After ‘the War of Diamond and Ruby’, the noble houses of the High Elves were divided between those who wanted to settle in Essawylor (Diamond) and those who had the ambition to reach the Lost Islands (Ruby). In the end, Aranaele became Queen of Essawylor in 520 LC. She ruled five Dol noble Houses of the High Elves and twenty-eight Irawenti clans. In 2705 LC, the province of Ystanlewin of her kingdom was invaded by the Desert Horde. After the fall of the city, she banished the heir of House Dol Lewin for rebellion. Aranaele was the unique daughter of King Tircanil, the granddaughter of the High King of the Elves Melindro.  

 

Arminas (died 1000 LC at the battle of the Oryusk Mines): High Elf (Gold) Knight – Level 13, one of the Captains of the Rowëneans, Squire of Lord Rowë.  

 

Arquen: High Elf (Silver) Knight – Level 9, one of the Captains of the Library guards, then, the squire of the Arkylon. Arquen followed Rimwë Dol Nargrond to the Secret Vale after the fall of the Valley in 1000 LC. He became the Arkylon’s squire after Rimwë was allowed into the circle of the Arkys.  

 

Anaron: High Elf (Gold) Sorcerer – Level 18, First Red Mage of the Ruby College. Also known as ‘The First Arcane Master’. After the creation of Gwarystan, he dwelled in the Crimson Tower.

 

Aonyn dyl (died at the battle of Ruby and Hawks 640 LC [311 – 640 LC]: Green Elf Fighter – Level 16, Warlord of the clan Llyvary and Protector of the Forest. He received from the Deity Vars a mighty spear which would thereafter bear his name ‘the Spear of Aonyn’ and become the Protector of the Forest’s weapon. He was the leader of the Green Elves clans’ army in the ‘Wars of Birds and Stones’ against the Giants in the early Second Age.  Aonyn was the elder son of Matriarch Llyvary. The Deity Vars and Queen Llyoriane were his grandparents.  

 

Arwela: Blue Elve Seer – Level 9, Lady of the clan of Filweni, considered by many to be the wisest of her people, skilled in healing and in the reading of the stars. She crossed the Austral Ocean onboard the Alwïryan and thereafter settled in Mentollà alongside her two brothers. Arwela is the elder daughter of Fadalwy and the sister of Feïwal and Nelwiri. She is a descendant of Filwen the Ancient.

Atya: Half-breed Elve (Dark/Night) Sorceress – Level 12, Lady of the House of Wisdom. She left Ystanargrond the day before the Dark Elves’ invasion of the Valley and dwelled in House Dol Urmil’s tower in Gwarystan thereafter. Daughter of the Bladesmith Odro and Granddaughter of the Bladesmith Elriöl, Atya is the Bladesmith Falmaril’s spouse and Eneos’ mother.  

 

Avrony: (died at the battle of Ruby and Hawks 640 LC [141 – 640 LC]: Green Elve Priestess – Level 14, first Matriarch of clan Avrony, the last daughter of the Deity Vars and Queen Llyoriane who died giving birth to her. She inherited the island of Nyn Avrony and commanded her own clan. She chose the port of Ernalla as her capital city. 

 

Azuw (died during the early First Age): Blue Elf Fighter – Level 16, first Guide of the Blue Elves. Along with Llew, the Patriarch of the Green Elves, and Avrigand, the Prophet of the Sand Elves, he refused the Gods’ gift of immortality for his people. The Blue Elves would be thereafter considered as part of the mortal Free Elves nations. He led his people along the torrents of the Ivory Mountains, north-east of Essawylor. He extended his realm into remote vales and became ever closer to the Green Elves who settled in Essawylor, developing trade, and forging a long-standing alliance. Azuw is the forefather of King Iraw. 

 

Bachanor: Green (Ice) Elf Knight – Level 8, one of knights of the Two-Winged Lions. He was Alton Dol Nos Loscin’ bodyguard. Possessed by a demon before the battle of Tios Aeyi in 2718 LC. 

 

Camatael:  High Elf (Gold) Cleric – Level 12, the third Dol Lewin Lord in the history of the House’s second branch. His family having lost his lands after the conquest of Nyn Ernaly by the Barbarians and the fall of Mentolewin, he was raised in Gwarystan at King Norelin’s court. He rose fast to the higher spheres of royal power and was appointed King’s Envoy in 2710 LC to solve the conflict between barbarian tribes and the Llymar Forest. After renouncing his position in Gwarystan and changing sides, he found refuge in Llymar Forest alongside the rebel House Dol Etrond. He quickly became High Priest of Lon in Tios Lluin. Then the Arkys of the Secret Vale appointed him as ‘Defender of the Islands’ and entrusted him with the sword Rymsing. He was missioned to coordinate the defence of Cumberae against the barbarians.  Camatael was a subtle diplomat well versed in the ways of Elvin nobility. He married Loriele Dol Etrond in 2712 LC. He descended from Lewin, hero of the First Age knighted Dol by the first high king of the Elves, Melindro.

 

Cambragöl (died 1029 LC at the siege of Yslla): Night Elf Knight – Level 13, one of the Captains of the Odroneans, high level member (Nol) of the Sana Guild, Squire of the Bladesmith Elriöl. He was the commander of the Elriölneans at the battle of the Oryusk Mines (1000 LC) and organized the retreat of his army. He then rallied the new master of the Sana Guild Saeröl in the defence of Yslla and was drowned in the city dungeons during the siege.  

 

Cetoron (died 2716 LC in the Valley of Nargrond, murdered): High Elf (Gold) Sorcerer – Level 16, high ranking Red Mage of the Ruby College. He was King Lormelin’s Envoy in the Valley in 1000 LC to negotiate the submission of the Bladesmiths and their swords. He was then appointed as regent of the prince’s estates when Norelin was underage. During King Norelin’s reign, he participated to the Pact Gathering at the grove of Llya where the fate of the Lenra Pearl was discussed in 2716 LC. He was murdered there by the Twelfth Arcane Master and lost the relic to his assassin. Also known as ‘The Fifth Arcane Master’.

 

Cirwal [419 - 867LC]: Blue Elf, Navigator – Level 15, second Guide of the clan of the Filweni, Blue Elf shipwright and navigator, the leader of the Blue Elves who settled in the Lost Islands. Cirwal was one of the four sons of Filwen. With his three brothers, he built the fleet of the High Elves which crossed the Austral Ocean. Then, he lived in the city of Urmilla after having married the High Elf noble lady, Luriane, from House Dol Urmil. Cirwal is the father of the Bladesmith Falmaril and the grandfather of Eneos. Also known as ‘The Shipwright’.

Curubor:  High Elf (Gold) Illusionist – Level 16, member of House Dol Etrond, the guardian of Tios Lluin the city of stones. He is among those who saw the end of the First Age and one of those who reached the Archipelago at King Lormelin’s side. Curubor is a diplomat whose well known patience has been hard practised across the Gwarystan Kingdom. After his family’s territories fell under the dominion of the barbarians, he chose to settle in Tios Lluin, an antique city of the Green Elves, whose ruins are at the heart of the forest of Llymar. After 2615 LC, Curubor dedicated his life to the restoration of old stones and the study of lost legends in Tios Lluin. Third grandson of Etrond, Curubor is the granduncle of Almit and Loriele is his grandniece. Also known as ‘The Blue Mage’.

 

Curwë: High Elf (Silver) Bard – Level 9, first, the House Dol Lewin’s herald in Essawylor. After the crossing of the Austral Ocean onboard the Alwïryan, he then became the Guild master of Alqualinquë and the designer of the Essawylor House in Llymar Forest. Curwë is the main hero of two great battles (Mentollà in 2710 LC, Lepsy peak in 2712 LC) whose deeds were sung in Llymar Forest. He became the lover of the beautiful Nyriele and the rival of Mynar dyl. Orphan, also known as 'Green Eyes'.

 

Desala (died 1029 LC at the siege of Yslla): Night Elve Mage – Level 14, a member of House Dir Sana, the Lady of Yslla. After the death of her consort Odro, the Flamboyant Bladesmith, she then rallied the new master of the Sana Guild, Saeröl, in the defence of Yslla and was drowned in the city dungeons during the siege. Daughter of the Bladesmith Elriöl and Grandniece of the Bladesmith Rowë through her mother Mirwene of House Dol Nargrond, Desala is the Bladesmith Odro’s spouse and Eneos’ grandmother.

 

Drismile: Night Elve, Illusionist – Level 8, high ranking member (Nol) of the Sana Guild. One of the few Night Elves who survived the destruction of the Valley in 1000 LC, Drismile was thereafter Master Saeröl’s personal servant until his death in 2712 LC. She then rallied the new master Aewöl. A talented magician but also a great artist with skills at dancing and singing.

 

Duluin: High Elf Knight – Level 9, Commander of the Knights of the Golden Arch, born in Ystanetrond. After House Dol Etrond’s territories fell under the dominion of the human Westerners, he followed his lords Curubor and Alton in Tios Lluin, an antique city of the Green Elves, whose ruins are at the heart of the forest of Llymar. He participated to many battles of the Century of War and became a hero after breaking the siege of Tios Lluin in 2611 LC. Duluin is the faithful bodyguard of Curubor Dol Etrond, famed for his strength. Also known as ‘the Tall’.

 

Dyoren, the Seventh (died 2716 LC in  the valley of Nargrond): Green Elf Bard – Level 14, Knight of the Secret Vale, a solitary traveler whose songs and music earned him the reputation of the greatest bard that was ever known to walk the paths of the Archipelago. His legendary broad sword, Rymsing, distinguished him as one of the Dyoreni, knights quested to seek the lost swords of Nargrond. After losing his legendary glaive at the battle of Mentollà (2710 LC), Dyoren the Seventh was cast out of his order by the Arkys of the Secret Vale. Refusing his fate, he decided to become a renegade. Eventually he was the first of the Dyoreni to trace two of the lost swords, Moramsing and Lynsing. He died with the scimitar of the Bladesmith Falmaril in his hand. Dyoren the Seventh was originally a member of clan Ernaly, the son of a powerful matriarch and the half-brother of Mynar dyl and Voryn dyl. But his father came from the clan Llorely and was his true mentor. Dyoren the Seventh’ original name was Aeryos, the greatest artist who ever performed in Urmilla, and the protégé of House Dol Urmil. Also known as ‘The Lonely Seeker’ or ‘The fierce hawk flying among the gulls’.

 

Egalmöl (died in the early Second Age): Night Elf Alchemist – Level 18, first Master of the Crystal College in Essawylor. After the noble houses of the High Elves had denied his status as Prince, Egalmöl Dir Sana escaped the end of the First Age and had to join forces with the house Dor Tircanil, one of the few royal bloodlines that had survived. Egalmöl was known as one of the two lords of the Guild of Sana. Along with the High Elves of the surviving royal houses, he traversed the Anroch Desert to reach the edges of the forest of Essawylor. The royal houses of the High Elves ultimately divided and waged war against each other during the war of Ruby and Diamond. Most Night Elves accompanied King Lormelin the Conqueror on his journey across the Austral Ocean. Only very few Night Elves remained behind in the kingdom of Essawylor and served Queen Aranaele. Egalmöl was counted among them. He fled away from his elder brother Elriöl, instead of crossing the Austral Ocean with the fleet of the High Elves as he knew there could be only one master of the Sana Guild. Second son of Sana, the Princess of the Twilight Woods, Egalmöl is the younger brother of the Bladesmith Elriöl. Espa was his daughter making him the grandfather of Aewöl.

 

Elriöl (died 1000 LC at the battle of the Oryusk Mines): Night Elf Alchemist – Level 20, Bladesmith, fallen Prince of House Dir Sana, Master of the Sana Guild, and Commander of the Elriölneans, one of the four Masters of the Alchemists Guild of Yslla, wielder of the bastard sword Moramsing. After the noble houses of the High Elves had denied his heirloom as Prince, Elriöl Dir Sana escaped the end of the First Age and had to join forces with the houses Dor Ilorm, one of the few royal bloodlines that had survived. Elriöl founded the Guild of Sana. Along with the surviving High Elves, he traversed the Anroch Desert to reach the edges of the forest of Essawylor. After the war of Ruby and Diamond, he accompanied King Lormelin the Conqueror, on his journey across the Austral Ocean with the vast majority of the Night Elves. He chased away his younger brother Egalmöl so that he could be the only Master of the Sana Guild. Second of the four bladesmiths to have joined the Alchemists Guild of Yslla, Elriöl is one of the makers of the fabled swords of Nargrond. He forged the blades of the six mighty weapons thanks to his mastery of the Amethyst Flow. Elriöl married Mirwene Dol Nargrond, Lord Rowë’s daughter. He later had his spouse sentenced to death after she stole the secret of the Flow which could cause annihilation. Elder son of Sana, Princess of the Twilight Woods, Elriöl fathered a son, Saeröl, and a daughter, Desala. He is therefore the great-grandfather of Eneos. Also known as ‘The Insidious’.

Ernaly (died at the battle of Ruby and Hawks 640 LC [92 – 640 LC]: Green Elve Priestess – Level 15, first Matriarch of the clan Ernaly. She inherited the island of Nyn Ernaly and commanded her own clan. She chose the port of Ernalla as her capital city. Ernaly was the third daughter of the Deity Vars and Queen Llyoriane.

 

Endolin (died 1000 LC at the battle of the Oryusk Mines): Green Elf Knight – Level 11, one of the Captains of the Odroneans, Squire of the Bladesmith Odro. Endolin commanded the Odroneans at the battle of the Oryusk Mines and was positioned at the vanguard of the Valley army. He was killed by one of the Myortilys knight commander and his troops were annihilated.

 

Eneos then Dyoren the First (died 1271 LC) Half-breed Elf Rogue – Level 12, Treasurer of the Sana Guild, Squire of the Bladesmith Falmaril and then Knight of the Secret Vale. He commanded the Falmareans at the battle of the Oryusk Mines and was saved from the disaster by Rimwë Dol Nargrond when his army was routed. After the fall of the Valley, Eneos became the first Dyoren knight and dedicated his life to seek the lost swords of Nargrond. His quest was unsuccessful. Eneos was the son of the Bladesmith Falmaril. His mother was Atya, the Bladesmith Odro’s daughter and the Bladesmith Elriöl’s granddaughter. Also known as ‘the Son of the Valley’ and then as ‘the First Seeker’.

 

Eno (died 2712 LC at the battle of Lepsy Peak): High Elf (Gold) Mage – Level 12, member of House Dol Oalin, Commander of the Golden Hand Knights. He was the cadet of a famous High Elf house who had forsaken his family to seek true power alongside King Norelin in Gwarystan.

King Norelin had honoured him with the title of knight Sorcerer (Mowengot). Eno founded the dreaded knights of the Golden Hand. In 2712 LC, he was entrusted with the mission to retrieve the testament of Rowë from a hidden tomb in the forest of silver leaves. He managed to recoup the forbidden will but was killed during the battle of Lepsy Peak. Eno was the last son of Lord Dol Oalin.   

 

Etrond (died during the late First Age): High Elf (Gold) Mage – Level 20, first Lord and founder of House Dol Etrond. After the High King Melindro secured the control of the North of the Mainland, he participated to the victory against an army of demons and dragons sent by Gweïwal Narkon. Etrond was knighted Dol Lord on the battlefield by the High King Melindro, to be one of the founders of the Dol Houses of the High Elves. Etrond swore allegiance to the royal house of Dor Ilorm. He wore the Blue Helm of Etrond, and the ancient relic distinguished his rank as the first of his bloodline. Etrond is the glorious forefather of Curubor, Almit and Loriele.

Espa (died 2709 LC at the siege of Ystanlewin in Essawylor): Nigh Elve Sorceress – Level 14, Councilor of House Dol Lewin, first branch. Espa Dir Sana was the daughter of the Mage Egalmöl, the founder of the Crystal college in Essawylor, though her princely lineage was kept secret from non-Night Elves. The Dol Lewin family agreed to welcome and protect Espa in Ystanlewin after her father was disgraced by Queen Aranaele. She then became the secret ruler of the Night Elves in the kingdom of Five Rivers. Espa is the mother of Aewöl and the direct descendant of Princess Sana.

Fadalwy (died 2674 LC): Blue Elf Navigator – Level 11, Explorer of the Austral Ocean, and a brilliant shipwright. The purpose of his life was to discover the Lost Islands and find the route to the last refuge of the Elves. His ship was engulfed by the sea just off the Atolls which now bear his name. The great distance travelled by his fleet and the discovery of hidden islands led to the destruction of a deeply ingrained belief among the Blue Elves.  

 

Falmaril, before Elrian (died 1000 LC at the battle of the Oryusk Mines): Half-breed Elf (Blue/High) Shipwright – Level 18, Bladesmith, Guide of the Falmareans, one of the four Masters of the Alchemists Guild, wielder of the scimitar Lynsing. Last of the four Bladesmiths to have joined the Alchemists Guild of Yslla, Falmaril is one of the makers of the fabled swords of Nargrond. His skills as a shipwright and his mastery of the Aquamarine and Sapphire Flow contributed to the unique design of the legendary blades. Falmaril was greatly influenced by his father's people, the Blue Elves, and was known to be a worshipper of Gweïwal Uleydon. Descended from the Blue Elf navigator Filwen on his father’s side and from House Dol Urmil on his mother’s side, Falmaril is the son of Cirwal dyn Filweni and Luriane Dol Urmil, the lord of Urmilla's daughter. Falmaril is also the father of Eneos (Dyoren the First). Also known as ‘the Sage’. 

 

Feïwal: Blue Elf Navigator – Level 12, Eighth Guide of the clan of Filweni and the most renown navigator of the kingdom of Essawylor. He is also known as a master shipwright who supervised the construction of the Alwïryan. With his elder sister Arwela and his young brother Nelwiri, he managed to cross the Austral ocean and reach the Lost islands. After the battle of Mentollà, he became Warlord of Mentollà and High Priest of Eïwal Ffeyn. Feïwal is the son of Fadalwy and a descendant of Filwen the Ancient.

Fel (died early second Age): Blue Elf Cleric – Level 11, Founder and first Guide of the clan of the Feli. Fel is one of the 29 sons of King Iraw and the closest friend of his brother Filwen. He is the forefather of Fendrya.

Felrian: High Elf (Silver) Knight – Level 12, Lord of House Dol Urmil, Lord of Urmilla and Protector of the clan Llorely, Steward of the Irawenti Coast. Felrian’s family were characters of note, given their mixed origins. The blood of the Dol Urmil had comingled with that of the first Filweni navigators, the earliest example of the High and Blue Elf races mixing together. The Bladesmith Falmaril was one of his relatives from the early Second Age.        

   

Fendrya: Blue Elve Cleric – Level 7, Priestess of Eïwele Llyi and noble Dyn of the clan of Feli, she possessed great skill of hands and was particularly gifted with the handling of needles, hence her reputation as a great sawyer. After making the crossing to the Lost Islands, she then belonged to the clan of Filweni in Mentollà though she lived most of the time in Llafal alongside Matriarch Nyriele. Fendrya was also known as the “Keeper of Pearls” among her community. Descended from Fel, founder of one of the 29 Irawenti clans. Niece of Luwir, she was a cousin of Arwela, Feïwal and Nelwiri dyn Filweni.

Filwen [251 - 517LC]: Blue Elf Navigator – Level 13, Founder and first Guide of the clan of the Filweni, the first Blue Elf navigator to have crossed the Austral Ocean and reached the Lost Islands. The High Elf king in exile Gloren was his closest friend. He died on the shores of Nyn Llyvary after the shipwreck of his boat. Filwen was one of the 29 sons of Iraw, the king of the Blue Elves. He is also the father of Cirwal and his three brothers who were the shipwrights that built the fleet of the High Elves which crossed the Austral Ocean. Also known as ‘The Ancient’.

Gal dyl: Green Elf Ranger – Level 10, Warlord of the clan Avrony, the last Dyn in his lineage. As Protector of the Forest, he is the commander of the Llymar army, originally a refugee who has found asylum in the Forest, he nevertheless held a prominent position, having won the heart of Matriarch Lyrine. Nyriele is their daughter. Descended from Matriarch Avrony, the last daughter of Queen Llyoriane and the Deity Vars. Also known as 'The Protector of the Forest'.

Garael: High Elf (Gold) Knight – Level 17, the second Prince of Cumberae and the fourth Lord of House Dol Nos-Loscin. During the second War of Birds and Ruby, after the armies of the High Elves defeated clan Llyandy at 'the battle of Owls and Ruby', the Ice Elves were repelled to the extreme south of the island. Garael’s father, the most glorious hero of this campaign, was appointed Prince of Cumberae by Lormelin the Conqueror. Garael inherited the title and established his stronghold on the Isle of Nyese after his father was killed during the wars against the human Westerners. Garael’s sister married King Lormelin and became Queen of Gwarystan. Later on, after the Century of War, Garael’s nephew, King Norelin, refused to marry his daughter, Terela, and denied his royal support to House Dol Nos-Loscin in the conflict against the Dragon Warrior Ka-Blowna. Garael withdrew to Cumberae, broke his oath to Norelin and declared himself as independent Prince to face alone the invasion of the Barbarians. Garael married the sister of Meoryne Dol Valra, the aunt of Lon the Wise. This made their unique child Terela no less than the Demigod of Wisdom’s first cousin.

Gelros: Nigh Elf Scout– Level 8, House Dol Lewin’s Hunt Master and Aewöl’s servant, then a high-level member (Nol) of the Sana Guild. Gelros was a tireless hunter but also a merciless assassin. He first dwelled in Ystanlewin, the northern province of Essawylor until he followed his master across the Austral Ocean. When Aewöl was banished from Llymar Forest, he followed him into exile and assisted him re-building the Sana Guild.

Gloren: High Elf (Gold) Bard – Level 24, a king of the High Elves, who was condemned to his doom by the curse of the Gods and chose exile. At the end of the First Age, he renounced his heritage which had made king to seek only peace and redemption. His appearance was that of a lonesome Demigod, wandering the coast, singing to the waves of his pain. Gloren summoned a Deity, he named Cim, from the depths of the Essaweryl Bay. After befriending the Blue Elf navigator Filwen, he accompanied him in his voyage across the Austral Ocean, assisting him in his quest to seek the Lost Islands. The songs that Gloren left to the High Elves were inspiring, an attempt to change their fate, undoing the curse of the Gods. Gloren set the path to the last refuge of the Elves. But Filwen’s ship, the Alwïryan, was wrecked off the northern peninsula of Nyn Llyvary. Filwen died, Gloren survived. The waves brought him to the shores, for his destiny had not yet been fulfilled, and he still had much suffering and grief to endure. Gloren was the second son of Melindro, the first High King of the Elves. He never married nor had any children.

Gyenwë: Blue Elf Sailor – Level 7, Boatswain of the Alwïryan. He reached the Lost Islands alongside Feïwal dyn Filweni and then settled in Mentollà.

Ilarsin: High Elf (Gold) Knight – Level 16, Prince-Stewart of Gwarystan. One of the few survivors of the late First Age, he joined with his cousin Lormelin after the ‘Celebration of the Ivory mountains’ and fought at his side during ‘the War of Diamond and Ruby’. After reaching the Lost Islands on board the fleet of the Blue Elves, he remained faithful to his liege and dwelled inside a tower in Gwarystan. Ilarsin was the elder son of King Inrod, the grandson of the High King of the Elves, Melindro.

Ilensar (died 2716 LC in the Valley of Nargrond):  High Elf (Gold) Knight– Level 16, Prince-Liege of Nyn Llyandy, Lord of Medystan. One of the few survivors of the late First Age, he joined with his cousin Lormelin after the ‘Celebration of the Ivory mountains’ and fought at his side during ‘the War of Diamond and Ruby’. After reaching the Lost Islands on board the fleet of the Blue Elves, he became Prince of Nyn Llyandy and built the city of Medystan upon the ruins of a clan Llyandy port. He died at the Pact Gathering in the grove of Llya, killed in the wake of Mount Oryusk eruption.  Ilensar was the second son of King Inrod, the grandson of the High King of the Elves, Melindro. Ilarsin and Ilenris were his two brothers.

Ilenris:  High Elf (Gold) Knight– Level 16, Prince-Captain of Gwarystan. One of the few survivors of the late First Age, he joined with his cousin Lormelin after the ‘Celebration of the Ivory mountains’ and fought at his side during ‘the War of Diamond and Ruby’. After reaching the Lost Islands on board the fleet of the Blue Elves, he became the high commander of the Gwarystan kingdom’s army. His role was questioned when Lormelin the Conqueror was murdered and his influence dwindled during the reign of King Norelin, the knights of the Golden hand replacing his elite fighters as bodyguards of the king.  Ilenris was the third son of King Inrod, the grandson of the High King of the Elves, Melindro. Ilarsin and Ilensar were his two brothers.

Ilorm (died during the late First Age): High Elf (Gold) Fighter – Level 23, a king among the High Elves, who was condemned to his doom by the curse of the Gods. He died during the kin slaying wars of the late First Age. Ilorm was one of the sons of Melindro, the first High King of the Elves. Lormelin the Conqueror was his unique heir.

Inras (died during the late First Age): High Elf (Gold) Fighter – Level 18, a king among the High Elves, who was condemned to his doom by the curse of the Gods. He died during the kin slaying wars of the late First Age. Inras was one of the sons of Melindro, the first High King of the Elves. Orlas was his unique son.

Iraw (died during the late First Age): Blue Elf Fighter– Level 18, King of the Blue Elves, the great hero who reconquered Essawylor. Iraw was a distant heir of the first guide of the Blue Elves, Azuw. Iraw had been captured and tortured by the Men of the Desert Horde after a skirmish. Divine intervention freed him of his bonds. Gweïwal Uleydon manifested himself to him. The Lord of all Waters blessed Iraw with his protection. He returned to the Ivory Mountains wearing the insignia of his new charge as messenger of Gweïwal Uleydon. The hero was then crowned king of all the Irawenti clans. Possessed by his new faith, he convinced his people to worship the God of Seas and to free the shores of the Austral Ocean from the presence of the Men of the desert. King Iraw recognized twenty-nine children from relationships with his many lovers. These numerous heirs formed the nobility of the Blue Elves, the seeds of the 29 clans. Iraw wrote three collections of poetry: Newy, the Stream, Rywë, the River and Rya, the Sea. They are the central religious texts of the Blue Elves who believed them to be the word of Gweïwal Uleydon.

         

Inrod (died during the late First Age): High Elf (Gold) Fighter – Level 19, a king among the High Elves, who was condemned to his doom by the curse of the Gods. He died during the kin slaying wars of the late First Age. Inras was one of the sons of Melindro, the first High King of the Elves. Inrod fathered three sons: Ilarsin, Ilensar and Ilenris.

Ka-Blowna: Human Barbarian, Dragon Warrior – Level 13, a chieftain among the Barbarians. He ambitioned to unite all the human tribes of the Lost Islands and become King with the support of the Three Dragons Cult. Around 2710 LC, he launched a major attack against the principality of Cumberae to conquer the island of Nyn Llyandy.    

Ka-Bloozayar (died 2710 LC): Human Barbarian, Dragon Warrior– Level 10, a chieftain among the Barbarians. He ambitioned to become King with the support of the Three Dragons Cult by breaking the Pact which had guaranteed peace for decades across the Lost Islands. In 2710 LC, he invaded the peninsula of Gloren and challenged the Llymar Forest. He was killed at the siege of Mentollà and caused the destruction of his army.

Lewin (died during the late First Age): High Elf (Gold) Knight – Level 18, first Lord and founder of House Dol Lewin. After the High King Melindro secured the control of the North of the Mainland, he participated to the victory against an army sent by the Gods. Lewin was knighted Dol Lord on the battlefield by the High King Melindro, to be the founder of one of the Dol Houses of the High Elves. He swore allegiance to the royal house of Dor Tircanil. Lewin was the forefather of Roquen and Camatael.

Leyen: Green Elf navigator – Level 9, Warlord of Penlla, Captain of Llymar fleet. Leyen was the father of Matriarch Myryae and the grandfather of Nerin, the captain of Llafal.

Llew (died during the early First Age): Green Elf Fighter – Level 16, first Patriarch of the Green Elves. Along with Iraw, the Guide of the Blue Elves, and Avrigand, the Prophet of the Sand Elves, he refused the Gods’ gift of immortality for his people. The Green Elves would be thereafter considered as part of the mortal Free Elves nations. He led his people to Essawylor where they settled during the First Age. Always close to the Blue Elves of the Ivory Mountains, he forged a long-standing alliance with their leader Azuw. Llew was the forefather of Queen Llyoriane.

Llorely (died at the battle of Ruby and Seagulls 531 LC [101 – 531 LC]: Green Elve Priestess – Level 16, first Matriarch of clan Llorely, the fourth daughter of the Deity Vars and Queen Llyoriane. She inherited the island of Nyn Llorely and commanded her own clan. She chose the tree city of Tios Aelie, as her capital city. Dyoren the Seventh was a descendant of Llorely through his father.

Llyandy (died at the battle of Ruby and Owls 531 LC [86 – 555 LC]: Green Elve Priestess – Level 16, first Matriarch of clan Llyandy, the fourth daughter of the Deity Vars and Queen Llyoriane. She inherited the island of Nyn Llorely and commanded her own clan. She chose the port of Llacrag as her capital city.

Llyoriane [ (115) – 141 LC]: Green Elve Priestess – Level 18, Queen of the Green Elves, the first Elf ever to have crossed the Austral Ocean and to have discovered the Lost Islands. After becoming queen, Llyoriane led her people to the last refuge of the Elves. Their crossing of the Austral Ocean marks 'Year 0' of the Llewenti calendar (LC). She died giving birth to her sixth daughter, Avrony. Llyoriane is the only queen the clans of the Green Elves ever accepted. She had two consorts of divine ascendance. First the Deity Myos, the father of her elder daughter Myortilys and then Vars, the father of her five other daughters.

 

Llyvary (died at the battle of Ruby and Seagulls 531 LC [78 – 531 LC]: Green Elve Priestess – Level 17, the first daughter of the Deity Vars and Queen Llyoriane. She inherited the island of Nyn Llyvary and commanded her own clan. She chose the port of Llafal, as her capital city. Lyrine and Nyriele were her descendants as all the noble dyl of the clan Llyvary.

Lon the Wise (disappeared in 1000 LC after the battle of the Oryusk Mines): High Elf Seer – Level 25, famous for his revelations, prophecies and his capacity to look the sun in the eye. Descended from the great diviner of the High Elves, Valra, through his mother Meoryne. Lon had been an orphan since the day of his birth. His father was unknown. Elves in the Lost Islands considered him of divine essence and worshipped him as the Demigod of Wisdom

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Lore (died 2716 LC in the Valley of Nargrond): Green Elve Druidess – Level 15, the Arkylla of the Secret Vale, originally an elder Matriarch of clan Ernaly. Also known as ‘The Daughter of the Islands’.

Loriele: High Elve (Gold) Illusionist – Level 10, the heir of House Dol Etrond. Loriele was the daughter of Lord Almit and Nuviele Dol Ogalen. After living a luxurious life in Gwarystan during the reign of Kind Norelin, Loriele fled to the Llymar Forest to live alongside her father and her granduncle Curubor. She then married Camatael of House Dol Lewin in 2712 LC.

Lormelin (died 2425 LC, murdered): High Elf (Gold) Fighter – Level 23, King of Gwarystan. Undisputed ruler of the Lost Islands. Lormelin belonged to the royal house Dor Ilorm and was the grandson of the High King Melindro, the mightiest Elf ever who challenged the assembly of the Gods and claimed leadership of all Elvin kingdoms in Oron. King Lormelin the Conqueror crossed the Austral Ocean with his people onboard the Blue Elves’ fleet, defeated the Deity Ffeyn in the sea of Cyclones and united all the realms of the Lost Islands under his red banner. He founded the great city of Gwarystan and defended his Elvin realm against the invasions of human barbarians. 

Luwir: Blue Elf Fighter – Level 10, Commander of the clan of Filweni, Oars Master of the Alwïryan. Luwir crossed the Austral Ocean onboard the Alwïryan along with his clan. He then settled at Mentollà and was one of the heroes of the defence of the tower against the barbarians’ attack in 2710 LC. Luwir is a relative of Arwela and her two brothers, Feïwal and Nelwiri.

 

Lyrine: Green Elve Priestess – Level 14, the most powerful Matriarch of the clan Llyvary. As the elder lady of clan Llyvary, she governed the city of Llafal, located on the northern shores of Nyn Llyvary. Her control of the Islands’ Flow and her influence among the Llewenti communities had no equivalent. She was the mother of Nyriele and her consort was Gal dyl from the clan Avrony. Lyrine descended from Llyvary, the first daughter of the Queen Llyoriane and the Deity Vars. Her father was Yluin, the famous Protector of the Forest who fought the Century of War.

Maetor (died 2710 LC at the battle of Mentollà): High Elf Fighter – Level 7, Commander of the Unicorn Guard. Maetor crossed the Austral Ocean onboard the Alwïryan along with his liege Roquen Dol Lewin. He then settled at Mentollà where he died in 2710 LC, defending the tower against the barbarians’ attack.

 

Marwas (died 1000 LC at the battle of the Oryusk Mines): Blue Elf – Level 12, knight, one of the captains of the Falmareans heavy infantry. Marwas settled in the House of Wisdom alongside his liege, the Bladesmith Falmaril. He dedicated his life to the protection of his lord until his death at the battle of the Oryusk Mines. He was killed by Oblodro, a son of Matriarch Myortilys. His fall caused the rout of the remaining Falmareans army.

 

Marwen: Green Elve Cleric – Level 1, Apprentice at the temple of Lon in Tios Lluin

 

Mayile: Green Elve Cleric – Level 1, Apprentice at the temple of Llyi in Llafal

 

Megiöl Mowengot: Half Elf Mage – Level 10, Knight of the Golden Hand. King Norelin had honoured him with the title of knight Sorcerer (Mowengot). He was part the dreaded knights of the Golden Hand. In 2712 LC, he was entrusted with the mission to retrieve the testament of Rowë from a hidden tomb in the forest of silver leaves but failed in his task though he survived the battle of Lepsy Peak.

 

Melindro (died -158 LC): High Elf (Gold) Alchemist – Level 30, High King of the Elves, the mightiest Elf ever, who challenged the assembly of the Gods and claimed leadership of all Elvin kingdoms in Oron. He knighted eighty Heroes on the battlefield. These knights became the founders of the Dol Houses of the High Elves. Father of Ilorm and Tircanil, Melindro is therefore the grandfather of Aranaele, Queen of Essawylor, and Lormelin, King of Gwarystan.

Meoryne (died 808 giving birth to her son [ 269 - 808 LC]): High Elve (Gold) Priestess – Level 12, the scion of a noble family whose origins go back to the legendary diviner of the High Elves, Valra. Along with House Dol Valra, she migrated to the Lost Islands and then dwelled in Mentovalra after the conquest of Gwa Nyn by King Lormelin the Conqueror. The Dark Elves looted and burnt her home, but she managed to flee the city in flames and found refuge in the Valley. The unmarried Meoryne is the mother of Lon the Wise whose father remained unknown.

 

Miglor: High Elf, Sorcerer – Level 20, a member of House Dol Nos-Loscin, the most ancient being to have set foot on the Lost Islands. He was one of the few High Elves who walked alongside the Greater Gods and had survived the First Age. Known as the most powerful wizard of the Lost Islands, he cared only for his studies and research about the Flow. Miglor was the second son of Nos-Loscin, a hero of the First Age knighted Dol by the first high king of the Elves Melindro. He is the forefather of Sinear and Alton Dol Nos-Loscin and the great uncle of Prince Garael and Princess Terela. Also known as 'The Eldest'.

Myortilys (died during the early Second Age): Dark Elve Cleric – Level 18, Matriarch of clan Myortilys, and Lady of Mentodarcyl. She had supreme authority among the Dark Elves. Unique daughter of Llyoriane, Queen of the Green Elves and the Deity Myos, she never acknowledged the rank of her half-sisters, the daughters of the Deity Vars, always considering herself the equal of a queen. Having had many different lovers, Myortilys produced many sons and daughters, among which the Bladesmith Odro.     

 

Myos: Deity, Divinity of illusions and shadows, art, poetry, and pleasure – Level 30. Myos was the first consort of Llyoriane, the Queen of the Green Elves, father of her first daughter Myortilys. Myos was also the Grandfather of the Bladesmith Odro and the Commander Oblodro.

 

Mynar dyl: Green Elf, Bard – Level 12, Warlord of the clan Ernaly, the most powerful Dyl of his clan. As warlord of Tios Halabron, he was the true master of the city of giant trees. Descended from Matriarch Ernaly, the third daughter of Queen Llyoriane and the Deity Vars. Also known as ‘The Fair’.

 

Myryae: Green Elve Priestess – Level 10, Matriarch of clan Llyvary in Llafal. She was the daughter of Leyen dyl, warlord of Penlla and the mother of Nerin dyl, the captain of Llafal.   

 

Naldaron (died 2716 LC in the Valley of Nargrond): High Elf (Gold) Sorcerer – Level 16, one of the twelve Red Mages of the Ruby College. Also known as ‘The twelfth Red Mage’.

 

Nelwiri: Blue Elf Sailor – Level 8, dyn of the clan of Filweni. Nelwiri was the pilot of the Alwïryan and a famous sailor from the kingdom of Essawylor. Second in command after his elder brother Feïwal, he was revered for his knowledge of the ocean and famous for his numerous heroic feats. He was also an incomparable navigator, despite his apparent playful recklessness. Descended from Filwen, Nelwiri was the third child of his father Fadalwy.

Nendil (died 1000 LC at the battle of the Oryusk Mines): High Elf Fighter – Level 12, Charioteer of the Bladesmith Falmaril. Nendil was one of the Falmareans knights who lived in the House of Wisdom alongside the Bladesmith Falmaril. He was killed at the battle of the Mines as he drove the war chariot of Eneos.  

 

Nerin dyl: Green Elf Fighter– Level 10, Captain of Llafal. Nerin dyl participated to the battle of Mentollà and the raid of the Llymar army to Nyn Ernaly to retrieve the tombs of the Bladesmiths from the wood of Silver Leaves, acting as second in command of Tyar dyl, warlord of Llafal. Nerin dyl’s mother was Myryae the Matriarch of Llafal. His grandfather was the Leyen dyl, Warlord of Penlla.

 

Norelin:  High Elf (Gold) Bard – Level 16, King of Gwarystan and Overlord of the Lost Islands. Norelin belonged to the royal house Dor Ilorm and was the descendant of the High King Melindro. He dwelled in the great city of Gwarystan and defended his realm against the invasions of Men. During his reign was fought the Century of War. Norelin saw his realm shrink after the Pact was agreed between Men and Elves and peace prevailed. Gwarystan lost the two western islands (Nyn Ernaly and Nyn Avrony) to the human invaders, but also was denied authority over the Llymar Forest, the clan of the Ice Elves territories in Nyn Llyandy and the principality of Cumberae. King Norelin inherited the crown of Gwarystan from his father Lormelin after the Conqueror was assassinated. His mother belonged to House Dol Nos-Loscin. Known for his deviant sexual orientation, the King of Gwarystan never married (he declined his cousin Terela’s alliance) and failed to produce an heir.

 

Nos-Loscin (died during the late First Age): High Elf (Gold) Sorcerer – Level 22, first Lord and founder of House Dol Nos-Loscin. After the High King Melindro secured the control of the North of the Mainland, he participated to the victory against an army sent by the Gods. Nos-Loscin was knighted Dol Lord on the battlefield by the High King Melindro, to be the founder of one of the Dol Houses of the High Elves. He swore allegiance to the royal house of Dor Ilorm. Nos-Loscin was the father of Miglor and the forefather of the prince of Cumberae Garael and his family, Terela, Sinear and Alton.

 

Nuriol: Night Elf Rogue – Level 5, member of the for the Sana Guild, smuggler in Tios Lleny. Originally from Yslla, Nuriol served Saeröl for a long time before becoming one of Aewöl’s spy.

He excelled in setting up smuggling operations.   

 

Nuviele (died 2617 LC, murdered): High Elve (Gold) Illusionist – Level 12, House Dol Ogalen. Born in Mentogalen, she was raised in the island of Nyn Llorely before living at the royal court in Gwarystan. There, Nuviele had a passionate relationship with the bard Saeröl. But under the pressure of her family, she eventually became the spouse of Almit of House Dol Etrond and the mother of Loriele. In 2617 LC, she was kidnaped never to be seen again.  

 

Nyriele: Green Elve Cleric – Level 9, Matriarch of the clan Llyvary, High priestess of the Deity Llyi, the lone inheritor of special powers of foresight. She was the daughter of Matriarch Lyrine and Gal dyl, last warlord of the clan Avrony. The Green Elves showed her great respect for her divinations. She was revered by all as the worthy descendant of Queen Llyoriane. She was descended from Matriarch Llyvary on her mother ‘s side and also from Matriarch Avrony on her father’s side, respectively the first and last daughter of Queen Llyoriane and the Deity Vars.

 

Oblodro: Dark Elf Cavalier – Level 16, one of the Commanders of clan Myortilys. He fought at the battle of the Mines and led for the right wing of the Dark Elves’ army against the Falmareans. There he won a great victory, defeating Eneos and executing Marwas, thus causing the tout of the Valley’s Elves army. Oblodro was one of the sons of Matriarch Myortilys known for his enmity with his half-brother, the Bladesmith Odro.

 

Odro (died 1000 LC at the battle of the Oryusk Mines): Dark Elf Alchemist – Level 18, Bladesmith, Commander of the Odroneans, one of the four Masters of the Alchemists Guild, wielder of the long sword Orsing. Odro lived in Mentodarcyl, the city of the Dark Elves long where he was renowned as a smith of great talent. Seeking independence and freedom, he abandoned the clan Myortilys to join with their enemies the Bladesmiths of the Valley. After founding the guild of Alchemists with his companions, he participated in the making of the swords of Nargrond. But he was eventually captured by a clan Myortilys raid and taken prisoner into the Deity Myos’ darkest jail. His rescue from his prison by the Bladesmiths caused the beginning of the most murderous blood feud in the history of the Lost Islands, eventually leading to the destruction of the Valley. Odro was the son of Matriarch Myortilys, the ruler of the Dark Elves, and Grandson of the Deity Myos and Queen Llyoriane of the Green Elves. Odro was therefore the grandfather of Eneos.

Orlas: High Elf (Gold) Mage – Level 18, Prince-Liege of Nyn Llorely, Lord of Arystan. Orlas was the only son of Inras, the last son of the High King Melindro. After Nyn Llorely was conquered by King Lormelin, Orlas was granted the rule of this island. On top of his capital city, Arystan, his dominion included the provinces of Urmilla, Ystanondalen and Mentogalen. The clan Llorely, House Dol Rondalen, House Dol Urmil and House Dol Ogalen were his vassals.    

 

Renlyo dyl: Green Elf Fighter – Level 6, member of the clan Llorely. He was one of the guards protecting Lord Felrian Dol Urmil at the Pact Gathering organized in the grove of Llya in 2716 LC. Renlyo was counted among the trusted friend of Dyoren the Seventh.  

 

Rimwë: High Elf (Gold) Priest – Level 18, Keeper of the Library in Yslla and then Arkylon of the Secret Vale. Second in authority to the lord of the Valley, he also acted as secretary to the Valley’s assembly. After the battle of the Oryusk Mines (1000 LC) and the destruction of the Valley by the Dark Elves, he found refuge in the Secret Vale where he became the prominent member of the Arkys. Rimwë wrote the ‘Lonyawelye’, a collection of Eïwal Lon’s thoughts and revelations, which helped establish the creeds surrounding the Demigod of Wisdom. He developed the Temple of Light across the Lost Islands while overseeing the knights of the Dyoreni who succeeded each other. His obsession remained to gather the lost swords of Nargrond. Childless, Rimwë was Lord Rowë’s younger brother and the protector of Lon the Wise during his time in the Valley.   

 

Roen (died 2709 LC at the siege of Ystanlewin in Essawylor): High Elf (Gold) Knight – Level 16, Lord of House Dol Lewin, Lord of Ystanlewin and Warden of the North River. He was a vassal to Queen Aranaele in Essawylor who succeeded in preventing the Desert Horde invasions for centuries. His strong character caused him to quarrel with his sovereign. The dispute caused his downfall as his city was not rescued in time by the royal army when the Men of the Desert Horde finally prevailed. Descended from Lewin, hero of the First Age, knighted Dol by the first high king of the Elves, Melindro, Roen was Roquen’s father.

 

Roquen: High Elf (Gold) Knight – Level 12, heir to the first branch of House Dol Lewin, one of the strongest fighters to have walked the Lost Islands. Roquen was banished from Essawylor by Queen Aranaele after calling into question her responsibility in the destruction of his household. After the crossing of the Austral Ocean, he became commander of Mentollà and renounced his heirloom. Son of Roen Dol Lewin, and direct heir of Lewin, hero of the First Age knighted Dol by the first high king of the Elves, Melindro. Also known as 'Roquendagor'.

 

Rowë (died 1000 LC at the battle of the Oryusk Mines): High Elf (Gold) Alchemist – Level 22, Lord of House Dol Nargrond, Lord of the Valley, one of the four Masters of the Alchemists Guild of Yslla and the Chief of the Bladesmiths. Rowë was entrusted the guardianship of the Valley by King Lormelin after its conquest. Creator of the Alchemists Guild of Yslla, Rowë was the chief of the Bladesmiths who made the fabled swords of Nargrond, the wielder of the broad sword Rymsing. His testament was buried with him and is meant to contain prophetic warnings about the end of the Second Age. Son of Nargrond, the smith of the High King of the Elves, Melindro, Rowë was one of the forefathers of Eneos. Also known as 'The Tireless' or 'The Lord of the Valley'.

 

Saeröl (died 2712 LC in Mentolewin): Night Elf Bard – Level 16, Lord of House Dir Sana, the Sana Guild Master, and the fallen Prince of the Night Elves. After the death of his father, the Bladesmith Elriöl, in 1000 LC, Saeröl became the master of the Guild of Sana. He survived the genocide of the Night Elves perpetrated by the Dark Elves in Yslla (1029 LC) and thereafter secretly fought the War of Shadows against clan Myortilys. Then, he lived a life beneath his condition among the great families of the High Elves between Ystanoalin and Gwarystan. Considered the greatest artist of his time, he is known to have had a love affair with Nuviele of House Dol Ogalen. Saeröl was accused of murdering King Lormelin and his wife by the young King Norelin. He was sentenced to death by the Ruby College who seized the vast riches of the Sana Guild. Though his body was burnt after his execution, his soul endured by hiding itself into the Blade Moramsing. Saeröl reappeared years later and exacted his revenge by murdering all the Elves who had taken part in his fall. He succeeded in escaping different attempts made by the Seekers, the Dyoreni knights, to recoup his sword Moramsing. He killed in single combat Dyoren the Sixth and also defeated Dyoren the Seventh although he spared his life. Before passing his heirloom as master of the Sana Guild to his grandnephew Aewöl, Saeröl boasted to have already arranged for King Norelin’s death and promised the destruction of the city of Gwarystan. Saeröl was the son of the Bladesmith Elriöl and the nephew of the Bladesmith Rowë through his mother Mirwene of House Dol Nargrond. Saeröl descended from Sana, the princess of Twilight Woods. Eneos was his cousin and Aewöl his distant grandnephew.

 

Sana (died during the late First Age): Night Elve [-2940LC - 507LC], Sorceress – Level 20, Princess of the Twilight Woods. During the High Elves’ wars of the First Age, she remained famous for having betrayed her liege, the King of Silver Elves, and allowed the royal Houses of Ilorm and Tircanil to plunder his realm. The crimes her assassins committed to avenge her brother Sindöl’s death were so horrendous that she was denied her heirloom as Princess of the Night Elves by an assembly of High Elves noble houses. She then created the Guild of Sana. Sana is the mother of two sons; the Bladesmith Elriöl who migrated to the Lost Islands and the Mage Egalmöl, founder of the Diamond College in Essawylor. Saeröl, Desala, Espa, Atya, Eneos, and Aewöl are the descendants of Prince Sindöl’s sister.

 

Sindöl (died during the First Age): Night Elf Alchemist – Level 25, Prince of the Twilight Woods.

He was one the main vassals of the King of Silver Elves but fought fiercely for the independence of his people, the Night Elves he always considered as a nation of its own. Sentenced to death during the kin-slaying wars of the First Age, his dramatic condemnation triggered a series of devastating events which eventually caused the end of the First Age. Sindöl’s sister, Sana, became the leader of the Night Elves after him.    

 

Sinear: High Elf (Gold) Rogue – Level 14, Dol of House Dol Nos-Loscin, Lord of Ystanloscin. Sinear was the descendant of Miglor the Eldest, the cousin of Prince Garael and Princess Terela. Alton was his brother. 

 

Terela: High Elve (Gold) Knight – Level 15, Heir to the Cumberae principality. Known for her fighting prowess, she was meant to marry the king of Gwarystan, her cousin Norelin, until he formerly refused, thus provoking the rebellion of her house, the Dol Nos-Loscin. Terela was the daughter of Garael, the Lord of House Dol Nos-Loscin and the Prince of Cumberae. She was the niece of the Queen of Gwarystan, King Lormelin ‘s wife, and therefore cousin to King Norelin. Sinear and Alton Dol Nos-Loscin were her cousins on her father’s side. From her mother’s side, she descended from Valra, the great seer of the High Elves and was thus a cousin of the Demigod Eïwal Lon. Her unique lineage made her feel responsible for the future of the Lost Islands. Also known as ‘The Ice Princess’.

 

Tircanil (died during the First Age): High Elf (Gold) Rogue – Level 23, a king among the High Elves, who was condemned to his doom by the curse of the Gods. He died during the kin slaying wars of the late First Age. Tircanil was one of the sons of Melindro, the first High King of the Elves. Aranaele who became Queen of Essawylor was his unique heir.

 

Turang Mowengot: Human Westerner Assassin – Level 11, Knight of the Golden Hand. King Norelin had honoured him with the title of knight Sorcerer (Mowengot). He became part of the knights of the Golden Hand. In 2712 LC, he was entrusted with the mission to retrieve the testament of Rowë from a hidden tomb in the forest of silver leaves but failed in his task though he survived the battle of Lepsy Peak. In 2716 LC, he participated to the Pact gathering at the grove of Llya and again managed to survive the irruption of Mount Oryusk.

 

Tyar dyl: Green Elf Fighter – Level 12, Warlord of Llafal, also known as the ‘Old Bird’. Entrusted by Matriarch Lyrine with the commanding of the clan Llyvary troops, Tyar dyl participated to all the episodes of the Century of War, but also to the battle of Mentollà and the raid into Nyn Ernaly. Always a subdued character, he declined the position of Protector of the Forest and left the role to Gal dyl from the clan Avrony in 2710 LC.

     

Valra (died during the First Age [-3000LC - -185 LC]): High Elf (Gold) Seer – Level 20. The legendary diviner revealed to the High Elves what was the counterpart for the gift of immortality they accepted from the Gods; permanency of death should they be killed. Valra was condemned to death by the Gods Assembly. His head, his arms and his legs cut from his body. His remains were placed within a large shield, and then floated along the Divine River. Valra was the founder of House Dol Valra, a family which migrated to the Lost Islands along King Lormelin. Lon the Wise, was a descendant of Valra through Meoryne, his mother.

 

Voryn dyl (died 2712 LC in the woods of Mentolewin): Green Elf Archer – Level 10, Captain of Tios Halabron. Always the faithful servant of his brother Mynar dyl, he led the clan Ernaly troops in all the conflicts of the Century of War, eventually abandoning his home Nyn Ernaly to settle in Llymar Forest. During the battle of Mentollà and the raid into Nyn Ernaly, Voryn dyl proved his fierce nature but also demonstrated his mad fanaticism after wanting to exact his own justice upon Aewöl. This initiative caused his doom. Mynar dyl and Dyoren the Seventh were his elder brothers. Also known as ‘the Ugly’.

 

Vyrka (died 2710 LC at the battle of Mentollà): Green Elf Scout – Level 10, renegade commanding group of Wild Elves in the Gloren Peninsula. He spent his life resisting the invasion of barbarians in the peninsula of Gloren. Vyrka was appointed to negotiate with the sailors of the Alcalinquë after their ship was shipwrecked on the northern coast of Nyn Llyvary.     

 

Yere: Green Elve Priestess – Level 12, one of the two surviving Matriarchs of clan Ernaly, an elderly relative of Dyoren the Seventh, Mynar dyl and Voryn dyl.  

 

Yluin (died 2611 LC in the battle of Tios Lluin): Green Elf Fighter – Level 15, Warlord of clan Llyvary and Protector of the Forest during the Century of War against the barbarians. He was regarded as the greatest Green Elf warlord of his time. Yluin commanded great respect as he wielded the Spear of Aonyn. He was known to have publicly scorned Gal dyl from clan Avrony on many occasions, though Gal dyl was his unique daughter’s consort. Yluin was the father of Matriarch Lyrine and the grandfather of Nyriele.

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