Appendix B

A Legendarium of Ĭndrēl

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ĀĂthāl the Hasty, Potentate      styled His Majesty Imperial, ĀĂthāl the Hasty, Potentate of Asrē; (not + patient); emperor potentate of Asrē; descended of Potentate ĀLōrĭn the Tall; father of Potentate Lngsfōrth, Ārvēĕl, and Lady Lăndrē

ĀLōrĭn the Tall, Potentate      styled His Majesty Imperial, ĀLōrĭn the Tall, Potentate of Asrē; (not + feminine); first emperor potentate of Asrē; chieftain of 48 men who came to the aid of the Dwrves and Ĕlves at the Final Battle; tallest of all mortal men to have walked Ĭndrēl; grandson of Lēbĕn­mālăn, the first Man; son of Lēbĕn­mā­lān­ēŭs; progenitor of Potentate ĀĂthāl the Hasty; progenitor of Lady Lăndrē

Ă՟căȳth                                 see: Lōrēĕn/Ă՟căȳth

Academe of Ōpĕr                    famous house of learning in Ōpĕr; once attended for a short time by Brg, before being expelled for cheating on an exam

ĀKrō­mēŭm                              see: black gold

Ādŏn, Father                           Ādŏn Axe-Wielder; Father of (Mortal) Men; Low Dwrf; fought in the Dră­gōn Wars against the Dră­gōn Lords of Vōlcă and Măt Arrōt whom he cut the small claw off of with his battle axe, Drăks Grăks (Dră­gōn Biter); tot of Ādrn the Bitter Foe; along with Fīln­lāa, one of the First Parents of Men; sired first the brothers Lēbĕn­mālăn, Dlĭth­ĕn­mā­lăn, and Cāth­ĕn­mā­lăn, who were triplets; progenitor of the Three Ancient Kingdoms of ManAsrē, through the House of Lēbĕn­mālăn, Asvō, though the House of Dlĭth­ĕn­mā­lăn, and the Forgotten Realm, through the House of Cāth­ĕn­mā­lăn

Ădn                                         the stable boy at Castle Nŏd­rēōf; loves Jōrēĕl; became Stable Master in charge of all the Royal rqā­vēăn Steeds

Ādrn the Bitter Foe                  father of Ādŏn, Father of Men

Ǣstrēăl Ambit                         see: Ambits/Ǣstrēăl

Ǣrēăl Elementity                    see: Elementity

Ǣrēăl Ambit                            see: Ambits/Ǣstrēăl/Ǣrēă

Ǣrthăl Elementity                  see: Elementity

Ǣrthăl Ambit                          see: Ambits/Tĕrĕstrēăl

Ǣth­ĕrēăl Ambit                      see: Ambits/Ǣth­ĕrēă

Aft­mid­autumn                         last moonth in autumn, see: Languages—moonths

Aft­mid­spring                            last moonth in spring, see: Languages—moonths

Aft­mid­sum­mer                         last moonth in summers, see: Languages—moonths

Aft­mid­winter                           last moonth in winter, see: Languages—moonths

Ages of Ĭndrēl                          Age Before Ages (A.B.A.); >Age of Ă՟căȳth (A.o.A.); Age of the Quadratics (A.o.Q.); Age of the Octants (A.o.O.); Age of the Pentatics (A.o.P.); First Age of Ĕlves (I A.o.Ĕ.); Second Age of Ĕlves (II A.o.Ĕ.); Third Age of Ĕlves (III A.o.Ĕ.); Fourth Age of Ĕlves (IV A.o.Ĕ.); (I A.o.Dw.); First Age of Dră­gōns (I A.o.Dr.); Second Age of Dră­gōns (I A.o.Dr.); Second Age of Dwrves (II A.o.Dw.); First Age of Man (I A.o.M.); Second Age of Man (II A.o.M.); Third Age of Man (III A.o.M.); Fourth Age of Man (IV A.o.M.); Fifth Age of Man (V A.o.M.); [Mortal Reckoning (M.R.)]

                                                   See also: Timeline

Āgēs­ēŭs, First-Sired                 First King of the Wood; First-sired of Lēnă­lōrnă­lŏn and Lēnalōralī; first of the Drīăd Ĕlves; elder brother of King Qĭnsōnēsēŭs, Second-Sired, and Shīăn­ēs­ēŭs, Third-Sired; father of Sōrinthindal, Second King of the Wood; grandfather of Ăm­brē­ĕlla, Princess of the Wood; fought in the Final Battle

gō؟l                                       Kōpŏasinth; water Gr­gōyle

Aimless Wanderer                   see: Lxfōrth

Āīr-Grēst                               see: Forceful-Stroke

kՊkk Chōk                           see: Haunted Covert

Ăllvēăl Ambit                            see: Ambits/Ăqēăl

Ălrĕx                                         older one of twelve Homeguardsmen Dĕl­fēn selected for the rescue attempt; familiar with lands between rqāvēă and Nŏd­rēōf as well as river and boating; in the lead canoe

Ambits, the Twelve                     created by the Lēb­ĕn-Lōr­ē­ăn; separated from the Void by the Astronomical Barriers

three Tĕrĕstrēăl: homes to Ăthĕrēăn & Ăthālēăn

Sōmāzēă—the Sō­māz­ēăn Ambit [three suns & two yellow moons, suns never set, yellow skies; lands of Klēzēŏn]

Ǣrthă—the Ǣrthăl Ambit [the world of Ĭndrēl]

Trănqĭ—the Trănqĭl Ambit [the Ambit of Tranquility]

         three Ǣstrēăl: homes to Căthĕrēăn & Căth­ālēăn

Ǣth­ĕrēă—the Ǣth­ĕrēăl Ambit [where Spĭrits go after death]

Dēĭtă—the Dēĭtăl Ambit [first home of the Prime Gods]

Ǣrēă—the Ǣrēăl Ambit

three Ăqēăl: watery homes to thĕrēăn & thālēăn

Flŭdēă—the Flŭdēăl Ambit; eternally tempest-tossed

Flidēă—the Flidēăl Ambit; sometimes stormy, sometimes calm

Ăllvēă—the Ăllvēăl Ambit; eternally calm

         three rdĕntēăl: homes to Ȳthĕrēăn and Ȳthālēăn; (the Abyss of rdĕntēă); Hl

Upper rdĕntēă: gaseous sphere of noxious vapors

Fīĕrŭ—the Fīĕrŭs Ambit: where the Final Battle was waged in the Dră­gōn Wars

Lower rdĕntēă [domain of Night­chargers such as Grth­lēĕr, Demi­ghōsts, High Dā­mn­īts, and banished Dră­gōns]

Ăm­brē­ĕlla, Princess of the Wood  Woodland Daughter; last of the Drīăd in Ĭndrēl; dame-warrior; 3,222 seasons in the Forest old; wields the Sīr-glaive, Ĕrĭnsĭl; only child of Sōrinthindal, Second King of the Wood and Ēvont, the Lady of the Wood; granddaughter of Āgēs­ēŭs, First King of the Wood; great granddaughter of Lēnă­lōrnă­lŏn, Father of All Ĕlves, and Lēnalōralī; grandniece of King Qĭnsōnēsēŭs; cousin of King Hīănthĕlŭs four times removed; wife of Mĕrăk; sister-in-law of Mītăk; daughter-in-law of Lĕgĕr­dēmān; has the Īsōmĕr in her possession

ăm­brō­mīt                                  a fungus—Ghŏl­ĕdăns guts—that thrives on deposits of this organic mineral deep in the Flām­stōn Mines; used in the production of nepenthe of ambrosia

ambrosia                                   see: nepenthe of ambrosia

ambrosia fiend                         see: fiend, ambrosia

Ambrosia Lords                        powerful traffickers of nepenthe of ambrosia who control its flow throughout Ĭndrēl; hold strong ties in Hĕndrm and Nŏd­rēōf

Ănĭ                                            Kitfīrs wet nurse, when she was an infant; her nursemaid, after that

ĂnIstĭrĕn, Lĕ                           see: Flōra­lōra­lī

Ancient Holds                         see: Holds/Holds, Ancient

Ancient Lōrē­ăn                       see: Lōrēĕn/Pentatics

Ancient One                           see: Lōrēĕn/Ăōsĕrō

Ancient Pass                            Ĭthgōr Cădĕrs {H.Ĕ.} (Ancient Pass); leads into the Glimmer River Valley near the Vale of Kings from the northwestern Ăndrēăn Desert

Ancient Skrit                           see: Skrit, Ancient

Ancient Stair                           Lō Lōth Kōrikstr (the long + stairway K.T.); 400 fathom stairway cut into the Highland Steppe by the people of the Forgotten Realm beside the Longfall; about two leagues south of rqāvēă

Ancient Wood                         see: Oak­wood Forest

Ăndĕlēăn                                  Ăndĕlēăn Peak; one of two tallest peaks of the Fōrg­ēng Mountains, along with Sĕlbĕrēng; exactly due east of Skēbas lair in Lone Tor

Ăndĕr of the Black Tresses          Ăndĕr the Black-Tressd; Ăndĕr Raven-Haired; rebuilt the Dark Keep first built by his distant progenitor, Ōt the Brave, at the beginning of the Age of Architecture (~ M.R. 3080); progenitor of the House of Nŏd­rēōf

Ăndĭlēna Windwillow                 subject of Ăm­brē­ĕllas poem The Lay of Ăndĭlēna Windwillow and the Tree on Brĭndăl Hill (the tree she turned into); Mīōsāōā Tō Ăndĭlēna Stō-Sōlă Tānŭs Lā Tŭn Kō Brĭndăl Mōl {W.T.} (The Lay of Ăndĭlēna Windwillow Being the Tree on Brĭndăl Hill)

Ăndĭn                                        Homeguardsman who tried to stop Jōrăn and Lĕgĕr­dēmāns escape at the outer gate and was overpowered by Thĭm

Ăndrēăn Desert                      Gōn­‑Ĕrēindĭldīāyā {H.Ĕ.} (the Great Desert); Great Desert; desert whose western boarder is the Glimmer River and whose western border is the Shim­rēng River

Ăndrōsphĭnx, Giant                male Giant Sphĭnx; one (the sire of Skēba) begat Mŭldēcropts by the Yellow Dră­gōn, Vĕm Arrōk

ĀngGlōr, King                        Wolf King; led a lupine army against Lord Bōrjăx, The Thane of Thănl­grim, in the Fell Winter War; turned his generals into Wĕrewolves—the Wĕrewolf Generals; killed King and Prē­lŏn, but not before receiving a lethal blow from the Hero

Āngălīt                                      powerful magical creatures that inhabit the Dēĭtăl Ambit

Āngēŭs, Sir                               styled Āngēŭs, Captain of the Home Guard; Master Āngēŭs; acting Captain while Dĕl­fēn is absent; a fief of Jōrăns; slain retreating from the Battle of Oakenford Fields

Animus Reaper                        see: Death

Ănĭs                                           see: Flōra­lōra­lī

Āngălīt                                      beneficent beings of the Dēĭtăl Ambit who fought on the side of the Fair Races of Ĭndrēl, in the Apocalypse War; released by the Benevolent Lōrē­ăn upon the World through the power of The Skīwrd

Ăntēqwēĕs-Ăndĭn Tĭmbrā­lōrna  see: Evermore Forest

Ăntōnēsēŭs, King                    Ăntōnēsēŭs the True; great grandson of Qĭnsōnēsēŭs; grandson of Fĕrimŭs & the Lovely Lady Lōrĭnlī; son of Kriskrisālŭs; husband of Ĕvr­lēōnĭs; father of Hīănthĕlŭs; grandfather of Ēn­glās­ēŭs

Āōlwīn                                      Queen of rqāvēă; wife of King Grănd; mother of King Tălrĭn; grandmother of King Jōrăn; great grandmother of Princess Kitfīr

Ăōsĕrō                                       see: Lōrēĕn/Ăōsĕrō

Apocalypse War                       see: War, Apocalypse

qalēna                                  Drīăd of Māfĕrētōnm; loved the mortal, Sēlāsēŭs

Ăqēăl Elementity                  see: Elementity

Ăqēăl Ambit                           see: Ambits/Ăqēăl

Arānglēōnēā                              see: Man

rdĕntēă                                  see: Ambits/rdĕntēăl/rdĕntēă

rdĕntēăl                                 see: Ambits/rdĕntēăl

rāōl, Lady                               styled Her Majesty Lady rāōl Queen of Nŏd­rēōf; daughter of a husbandman peasant, born in a small hamlet near West Quartershīre; love the soil and tilled it with her own hands when she was young; wife of King ; mother of King Pīr, Prince Xrgōn, and Princess Mĕrēmer; mother-in-law of Lĕgĕr­dēmān and Queen Nēdra; grandmother of Princes Dīāvid & Ăzma­ds, Mītăk, and Mĕrăk

Argent Magic                          see: magic

Argent Wizard                        see: Măx­ĭn­dīn the Great

rqāvēă                                  House of rqāvēă; one of the Four Houses of Man; descendants of Ōrō, son of Ōrōrēk; home of Kitfīr; Jōrăn is king; queen is Tēĕndrā, whose Ladywife is Sĕfentēna; wine-producing vineyards in the Souther­lands; rich valley produces grain; rqāvēăward; Royal rqā­vēăn Insignia; has the allegiance of several dukedoms beholden to the king including Open Springs and Thănl­grim

                                                   rqāvēăs Keep; the Opaline Tower of rqāvēă; Lē Vond Kī {H.Ĕ.} (the Northern Hold); Lē Wēs Nīdōnkōr {H.Ĕ.} (the White Tower); Hē­ghōr­rth {L.D.} (white + fortress), hĒgŌɼþ; rebuilt by Chăm­pēăn and rqāvēă upon the foundations of the White Keep built by Ōdon the White Tressd (~ M.R. 3080), then re-built by xxx about 800 years later (~ M.R. 3862) and given its new name; in the center of the City, with a curtain about rqāvēă Town; blue slate roofs; small out-wall or outer wall; larger inner wall, which is ringed by a deep moat; inner and outer baileys; hedged; blue cobblestone walkway with a latticework grape canopy overhead which leads through the two wards to the main doors which have a golden portcullis guarded by Home Guards with gleaming spears; the Queens Garden; the Red Tower of New Ōrgdon in one possible future

                                                   City of rqāvēă: City of the Opaline Keep; rqāvēăs City; Chăm­pēăns City; called rqāvēă Towne by her peasants; blue cobblestone roads; a city-curtain or city wall surrounds the entire city; in its center is rqāvēăs Keep

                                                   City Garrison Knight: liegemen of the king of rqāvēă; feudal lords; Garrisonman; vassals of the Old Council; headed by Lord MēGrēgr, Knight Commander of the City Garrison; formerly headed by Lord Scar; wear a sanguine satin festoon or leather baldric over the left shoulder; police the city in gray uniforms with their emblem; in times of war—chain mail armor at all points beneath gray tabards bearing the Arms of the City Garrison Knights, girt with swords in place of their peacetime cudgels; 500 (200 mounted knights, 200 squires, 100 archers) under Lord MēGrēgr fought in the Battle of Oakenford Fields and the Southern Campaign of the Nŏd­rēōf­ēăn War

                                                   Arms of the City Garrison Knights:

                                                   Emblazon:Description: ACGK-  Description: ACGK  

                                           Blazon: Per bend sable and gules, a tower argent between a portcullis and a gauntlet to base countercharged.

                                           see also: Appendix FÞRoll of Arms of ĬndrēlÞArms of the City Garrison Knights

                                                   rqā­vēăn Adventurer Army: Adventurer Troops; Adventurer Soldiers; hired knights in errantry under the direct command of Adventurer General Nĕxtr; not rqā­vēăn by birth but are rather hired soldiers; liegemen of the king of rqāvēă; half are mounted knights, half are foot soldiers; tabards worn over their three-quarter mascled armor bears an rqā­vēăn Adventurer Army Insignia; officers uniforms are gray and red; 700 (350 mounted knights, 350 infantry) under General Nĕxtr fought in the Battle of Oakenford Fields and the Southern Campaign of the Nŏd­rēōf­ēăn War

                                                   Insignia of the rqā­vēăn Adventurer Army:

                                                   Emblazon:Description: IIA-  Description: IIA  

                                           Blazon: Azure a chevron gules fimbriated sable, two swords in saltire argent between a tower argent and a horse rampant argent, crined, tailed, unguled, langued, and orbed gules.

                                           see also: Appendix FÞRoll of Arms of ĬndrēlÞInsignia of the rqā­vēăn Adventurer Army

                                                   Old Council: Council of Feudal Lords; Feudal Lords; Council of Feuds; Councilors; rich merchants and landowners not directly beholden to Jōrăn; granted their own titles and estates in ancient times independent of the monarchy; strongest member is Lord Hănsōm; the Council controls Lord MēGrēgr and his City Garrison Knights, who comprise their principle vassals
see also: Appendix FÞRoll of Arms of ĬndrēlÞRoyal rqā­vēăn Insignia

                                                   Insignia of the Old Council:

                                                   Emblazon:Description: IOC-  Description: IOC  

                                           Blazon: Argent a chevron inverted gules and in chief an acorn slipped and leaved proper.

                                           see also: Appendix FÞRoll of Arms of ĬndrēlÞInsignia of the Old Council

                                                   Royal rqā­vēăn Home­guardsman: Royal rqāvēăn Home Guard; mounted liegemen of the king of rqāvēă; tenured conscripts; Royal Homeguardsmen; comprised of a single captain with headmen whose individual companies of guardsmen are comprised exclusively of their own close kinsmen; addressed: Captain Āngēŭs, Headman Tōlin, Guardsman Thē; captain and headmen granted manors (called Guard Fiefs) by King Jōrăn; light-blue uniforms and tabards with their insignia emblazoned upon them, light gray leggings, gray shoes, and gray gauntleted fencing or riding gloves; in times of war they wear full plate armor under their tabards; fought in the Gob­lĭn Wars, liberating Nŏd­rēōf from the Iron Siege under Lĕgĕr­dēmān; 400 (mounted knights) under Captain Āngēŭs fought in the Battle of Oakenford Fields and the Southern Campaign of the Nŏd­rēōf­ēăn War; a few of the most trusted of these knights are assigned to the Blind Watch, to ward the entrance to the Labyrinth Hedge in the Keep Gardens

                                                   rqā­vēăn Home­guardsmans Insignia:

                                                   Emblazon:Description: AHI-  Description: AHI  

                                           Blazon: Gules a chevron azure fimbriated sable, a horse passant argent, crined, tailed, unguled, langued, and orbed azure, and in base a helmet argent.

                                           see also: Appendix FÞRoll of Arms of ĬndrēlÞrqā­vēăn Home­guardsmans Insignia

                                                   Royal rqā­vēăn Insignia:

                                                   Emblazon:Description: RAI-  Description: RAI  

                                           Blazon: Per pale and per chevron gules and azure counterchanged, a tower argent between a Ūnicōrn rampant to sinister argent, crined, tufted, brushed, armed, unguled, langued, and orbed countercharged and a horse rampant argent, crined, tailed, unguled, langued, and orbed countercharged, and in base an oak tree countercharged, acorned countercharged.

                                           see also: Appendix FÞRoll of Arms of ĬndrēlÞRoyal rqā­vēăn Insignia

                                                   Royal rqā­vēăn Insignia (after 20 V A.o.M.):

                                                   Emblazon:Description: RAI20-  Description: RAI20  

                                           Blazon: Per pale and per chevron gules and azure counterchanged, a tower argent between a Ūnicōrn rampant to sinister argent, crined, tufted, brushed, armed, unguled, langued, and orbed countercharged and a horse rampant argent, crined, tailed, unguled, langued, and orbed countercharged, in base an oak tree countercharged, acorned countercharged, and on a chief countercharged azure and gules a sword reversed fesswise argent.

                                           see also: Appendix FÞRoll of Arms of ĬndrēlÞRoyal rqā­vēăn Insignia (after 20 V A.o.M.)

                                                   Royal rqā­vēăn Steed:  descended from rqāvēăs Īnhōrn, Fī­lēs­frē, who bore five foals by Chăm­pēăns horse, Victōrēăn; bear a silver-gray star upon the forehead; descended ultimately from the First Foaled along with all other horses and Īnhōrnēā

rqāvēă, First-Sired              Drīăd; fell in love with and wed Chăm­pēăn, then established the kingdom named after her; she tamed the Īnhōrn Fī­lēs­frē; daughter of Vītăl­ānēŭs, First-Born and Āthĕnlōralī, First-Born; wife of King Chăm­pēăn; mother of Mĕrēmĭth and of King Nōbl; grandmother of King Grănd; great grandmother of King Tălrĭn; great, great grandmother of King Jōrăn; great, great, great grandmother of Princess Kitfīr

rr­khghōr­rth                 see: Ĭxōr Rēms

Ārvēĕl, Lady                           second child of Potentate ĀĂthāl; sister of Potentate Lngsfōrth and of Lady Lăndrē; wife of Lănstōn of Asvō; mother of Sĕthtōn and Hērōmĕr

rxē                                          see: Lōrēĕn/Pentatics/rxē

rxēs Axe                                fabled battle-axe wielded by the Lōrĭn-Lōrēĕn

rxēs Watchglass                   the Dwrves believe that at birth, rxē turns over a watchglass (hourglass), and when its sands have run out, that persons time to die has come

Asrē                                         {H.Ĕ.} (Bountiful); Ăsŭrĕ {E.Ĕ.} (Bountiful); Lē Wēslok Kī {H.Ĕ.} (the Marble Hold); Rrōt­ghōr­rth (holy + fortress); Māfĕrēln {H.Ĕ.} (water + fountainhead); sister city of Asvō; governed by potentates; noblemen of Asrē spoke a language close to the Woodĕlvăn Tongue called Imperial Asrēăn {I.A.}, but the commoners spoke the Asrēăn Tongue of Old {A.T.}, which was a wholly different dialect; Lē Drītēkē {H.Ĕ.} (the Ĕlf-friends); Golden City of Antiquity; civilization which flourished during the First Age of Man; destroyed before the Second Age of Man; Imperial Asrēăn Seal and Insignia; Imperial Records of Asrē—only recorded history of that Age; His Majesty Imperial Lngsfōrth its last potentate; in the valley of Dale Thānk along the Eastern Glimmer River; ancestors of the Berserkers or Nōrsmōrēăns; Asrēăn Knights; founded by Potentate ĀLōrĭn the Tall; one of the Six Ancient Kingdoms; one of the Four Ancient Holds; one of the Four Latter Kingdoms of Man; one of the Three Ancient Kingdoms of Man; of the House of Lēbĕn­mālăn

                                                   Asrēăn Knights = guard the Temples of Asrē; wear shining red armor

                                                   Great Tombs = catacombs below Asrē; temple vaults; within the deepest recesses of the Great Tombs, beyond the Common Tombs, were the Imperial Tombs, and the Imperial Chambers within those—hidden and undiscovered tombs, called Sealed Chambers

                                                   Imperial Asrēăn Seal (Crest of the House of Lēbĕn­mālăn):

                                                   Emblazon:Description: RArS-  Description: RArS  

                                           Blazon: Azure, three lions passant argent, and on a base urdy argent a fountain azure.

                                           see also: Appendix FÞRoll of Arms of ĬndrēlÞImperial Asrēăn Seal

                                                   Imperial Crown of Asrē = forged of white-gold electrum; encrusted with white gems

                                                   Temples of Asrē = in Dale Ōrăth; inhabited by the Spĭrits of the priests and priestesses who had rejected Dī Ōmond and turned to the worship of Ĭximālēfăctōr; Great Tombs below; once guarded by Asrēăn Knights, in shining red armor

                                                   Temple of the Priests = on the northeastern slopes of Dale Ōrăth; inhabited by Dō­găm­ds and the Brothers of the Blood or Temple Priests of Asrē, Ǣth­ĕrēăl Spĭrits condemned to haunt their temple after the people of Asrē abandoned Dī Ōmond to worship Ĭximālēfăctōr

                                                   Temple of the Priestesses = still has many columns standing, lies on the southwestern shoulder of the Vale of Kings; inhabited by Sindrīl and the Sisters of the Blood or Temple Priestesses of Asrē; Ǣth­ĕrēăl Spĭrits condemned to haunt their temple after the people of Asrē abandoned Dī Ōmond to worship Ĭximālēfăctōr

Ăsrēng                                     see: Āsĕnthōrōlŭss Arrows

                                                   see also: the Keen-eyed One

Asvēăn Tongue                      {A.T.} language spoken by the ancient Asvēăns

Asvō                                        {H.Ĕ.} (Recompense); Ăsfŭ {W.T.} (Recompense); Ăz­ghōr­rth {L.D.} (empty + fortress); Ăz­ghōr­rthēăn; Asvēăn; governed by imperators; called the Labyrinthian Ruins, in Lĕgĕnds day; the ancient mines and shafts below the city called the Dungeons of Ăz­ghōr­rth; claimed after the Dră­gōn Wars as wergild by Imperator Āzrōd the Avenger, first Imperator of Asvō, who built his kingdom upon the ruins of Stone Castle, Lē Kēkn Kī {H.Ĕ.} (the Bottomless Hold); Lăndrōs the Benevolent was its last Imperator; located along a western tributary to the Upper Glimmer River, in the Vale of Stones (Dale Khōnă); home of the Krkzik Shaft; sister city of Asrē; one of the Four Ancient Holds; one of the Six Ancient Kingdoms; one of the Three Ancient Kingdoms of Man; people of Asvō called: Lē Drītēkē {H.Ĕ.} (the Ĕlf-friends); civil war broke out, which grew into the Apocalypse War, and the Asvēăns disappeared after that; RainforestMen and Sdmōrēăns descended from its people; entered by Zōr­wĭnd and Hr­bōr in 7 V A.o.M.

                                                   Imperial Asvēăn Seal (Crest of the House of Dlĭth­ĕn­mā­lăn):

                                                   Emblazon:Description: RAvS-  Description: RAvS  

                                           Blazon: Purpure, three lions rampant guardant in fess argent, on a chief nebuly argent a ruined castle and a castle purpure, in base a three-headed Hȳdră, and a gore sinister argent.

                                           see also: Appendix FÞRoll of Arms of ĬndrēlÞImperial Asvēăn Seal

Āsĕnthōrōlŭs                            forged the haft of the longbow—Lē Ēng-Ōēĕn Lēb {H.Ĕ.} (the Keen-eyed One); made Āsĕnthōrōlŭss Arrows

Āsĕnthōrōlŭss Arrows               Ăsrēng, Āyāēng, Frēng, Spĭndalēng, Dĕlēng, and Ōmondēng {H.Ĕ.} (beautiful + sharp, death + sharp, swift + sharp, storm + sharp, true + sharp, and hard + sharp); silver-tipped arrows w/ the red-orange fletchings from tail-feather of a Phoēnĭx crafted by Āsĕnthōrōlŭs; found in a quiver along with Lē Ēng-Ōēĕn Lēb; used by Dĕl­fēn; once notched they ever hit their mark; burst into flames and consume their victim

Ăsmīr                                        strange, remote land where the good pipe weed, Ăsmīr tobacco, is grown

Ăsmīr tobacco                          brings more on the market scale than the nuggets of gold common to that land

Astronomical Barriers                boundary line between various Ambits
see also: Ambits

Ăth                                            see: Lōrēĕn/Quadratics

Ăthālēăn                                  see: Lōrēĕn/Octants/Ăthālēăn/Pentatics/Dēvīnēs

Āthĕnlōralī, First-Born               {H.Ĕ.} (blessd + mother); Elder Ĕlf; wife of Vītăl­ānēŭs Lōrnălŏn, First-Born; mother of rqāvēă and mother-in-law of Chăm­pēăn the Valiant; ancestor of King Jōrăn and Princess Kitfīr

Ăthĕrēăn                                  see: Lōrēĕn/Octants/Ăthĕrēăn

Atrous Arts of Br­cōgan, The        taken from the sorcerer-author by his nemesis, the Argent Wizard, Zōr­wĭnd, after the Sack of Ĭxōr Rēms; the most powerful book of Dark Magic Zōr­wĭnd Dark-Māgŭs posses

Atrous Magic                           see: magic

Atrous Necromancer              see: Ăzma­ds

rōramn                               false god worshiped by Asvēăns; Sun God; God of Light; worship was to stare into the light of the sun, until nothing else could be seen

Āyā-Frē                                     see: Swift Death

Āyāēng                                       see: Āsĕnthōrōlŭss Arrows

                                                   see also: the Keen-eyed One

Āyōmālōv-Lōrēĕn                    see: widow-maker

Ăz­fĕlhds                                see: Flām­stōn Mines

Ăz­ghōr­rth                         see: Asvō
see also: Stone Castle

Ăzma­ds, Prince                     styled His Royal Highness Ăzma­ds The Prince of Nŏd­rēōf; self-styled Ăzma­ds the Great and Terrible; Ăzma­ds The Augur; Augur King; Dark Prince; Sorcerer Prince; Sorcerer King; Atrous Necromancer; Necromancer of Nŏd­rēōf; Usurper King; Nŏd­rēōf; Unbested Prince; Tndŭs Lāb {W.T.} (Dark One) to Ăm­brē­ĕlla; Dōnds Lōrna {H.Ĕ.} (Dark Lord); Mĭstdōnds Rĕgamīs {H.Ĕ.} (Sorcerer King); Dhōn Brăkhōr {L.D.} (Black Tyrant); Black-Heart to Lĕgĕr­dēmān; rides first the Night­charger, Grth­lēĕr and then khlthlēĕr; refers to himself in the regal plural manner: We, Us, Our Most Royal Person; wields The Sōrsr; grandson of King & Lady rāōl; second son of King Pīr and Queen Nēdra; younger brother of Prince Dīāvid; cousin of Mītăk and Mĕrăk

Ăzma­dsēăn loyalists                  the Lōr­karăth­ēăn Ōgres and Nŏd­rēōf­ēăn Knights who were still loyal to Ăzma­ds even after the Necromancer was destroyed

Āzrōd the Avenger, Imperator    styled His Majesty Imperial, Āzrōd the Avenger, Imperator of Asvō; first emperor potentate of AsvōStone Castle or Ăz­ghōr­rth; rode forth form Mĭth­tĭm­brā­lōrnē with ĀLōrĭn to join in the Final Battle; took the black gold Scepter of Stĕlth­lăn­thăl­ŭs for safekeeping; great grandson of Ādŏn and Fīln­lāa; grandson of Dlĭth­ĕn­mā­lăn; son of Plīfērēslānēŭs & Lēbĕnlōralā; father of Imperator Dōrēăn the Child; progenitor of Imperator Lăndrōs; cousin of Potentate ĀLōrĭn and Ōrōrēk

B

Bacillus                                      Sĕthtōns appaloosa; white, with coal-black spots from throat to hindquarter, and a black main and tail

bag of holding                          boundless satchel; an ordinary looking small velvety black bag with drawstrings, into which can be placed a limitless number of items, even ones which might seem too large to fit into the mouth of the bag

Băgwēn Oasis                          in southwestern Ăndrēăn Desert

Băklōr Dōrănt                          Dominator of Ĭxōr Rēms

Bănshēe                                    physical creatures whose cry is like a wailing witch

Br                                             see: Br­cōgan

Br­cōgan the Betrayer                 called Br in his youth, and Bulge-Belly, by Vōlgr; Brcōgan the Black; Lord High Chancellor of Nŏdrēōf; Chancellor Br­cōgan, under the reign of King Pīr; discovered The Old Tome in King Tălrĭns library; Vōlgr dĀrănts ally in the Gob­lĭn Wars; apprenticed under Măx­ĭn­dīn the Great, along with Zōr­wĭnd, Vōlgr dĀrănt, and Lĕgĕr­dēmān; led a Low Gob­lĭn Army from the Upper Kāgr and one from the Wilderness of Tērn; journeyed into the Northerland Territories in search of spell components for the Dră­gōns Bane spell he discovered; became Qū; (he/his); Ăzma­dss High Ĭmp (or Qzlŏt) familiar; son of Scar

Baron of Mlk                          see: General Bōroxĕn

Băsinĕt                                      ridden by Brăn­dĕlin before Kitfīrs ambushing; Zōr­wĭnds mount; Prides yearling filly

Bastion                                      ridden by Dirk before Kitfīrs ambushing; male two-year-old foaled by Pride; first renamed Sprint by Mĕrăk, later renamed Valiant the Brave, upon his death

Battle, Final                             see: Wars, Dră­gōn/Fourth Dră­gōn War/Final Battle

Battle at Shim­rēngs Side            see: Wars, Gob­lĭn/Battle at Shim­rēngs Side

Battle Friend                            {H.Ĕ.} Ĕlbĕr­ĕth-Tēk (Battle-friend); great long sword Jōrăn gave to Lĕgĕr­dēmān; neither enchanted nor blessd, but had been in the Royal House of rqāvēă since its founding and had once been wielded by Chăm­pēăn the Valiants squire, Glăndin the Faithful

Battle of Ancient Magic and Sorcery  see: War, Apocalypse

Battle of Kĕntrē Plateau              see: War, Apocalypse/Battle of Kĕntrē Plateau

Battle of Open Springs               see: War, Nŏd­rēōf­ēăn/Battle of Open Springs

Battle of Oakenford Fields          see: War, Nŏd­rēōf­ēăn/Battle of Oakenford Fields

Battle of Thĕrin­gōr Vale              see: War, Copper/Battle of Thĕrin­gōr Vale

Bay of Bālŏn                             bay in the Marēnēăn Ocean at the mouth of the Glimmer River that shelters Ōpĕr Port

Beast, Amalgamation                  a monster that absorbs its victims and incorporates their various parts into itself, such as the Demi­monster from rdĕntēă created by Ăzma­ds to destroy Fērmĕn

Beast, Camouflage                  a monster that conceals itself (i.e. like a stone floor) and waits in ambush for its victims; can become physically exactly like that which it is copying (i.e. as hard as stone or as fluid as water); one example is the Stonetrapper

Beast, Conglomeration           a monster comprising a combination of several creatures, such as the Chī­mĕra, LēōKĭdrāk, or the Sphĭnx, Skēba

Beast, Illusory                           Ōēā-thālĕn {H.Ĕ.} (Eye-Deceiver); can appear to be somewhere other than its actual location; NOT a true Place-shifter; has a long, purple-black mane; one is used on Stēn­grs helmet

Beast, Humped                        a camel; one-humped dromedary

Beast, Rust                               antennae ground up and to sulfur produces smoke

Beautiful Sleeper                      Ĭndrēls version of the Sleeping Beauty fairy tale

Beetle, Beguiling                      Umber Hŭlk; resembles a huge gray-brown beetle, with long ivory mandibles that slice horizontally; six stout insect legs; staring into its four red-brown, multifaceted, insect eyes will cause confusion and can even render its victim dazed or even senseless for several minutes

Beginning                                 From the Beginning was the Primal Lord, and from the Primal Lord, sprang the Beginning.

Benevolent Magic                   see: magic

Brg the Bargeman                 lead bargeman on the Glimmer River who Xrgōn riddles with; fancies himself an educated man, since he once attended the Academe of Ōpĕr for a short time before being expelled for cheating on an exam

Berserker                                  see: Nōrsmōrēăn

Bēth­mā­zēŏs                             {H.Ĕ.} (Belovd-joy) ĒlfMarshal under Dĕl­fēn in the Regal Ĕstĕr­ēăn Army; somewhat tall and bulky for an Ĕlf; thick, curly hair with a hint of strawberry to its blondness; gray-green eyes; thought by some to have the taint of mixed blood; led host Ēlf‑riders and rqā­vēăn archers and foot soldiers northwest

Betrayer                                    see: Lōrēĕn/Pentatics/Nameless One

Beyond, the                              the afterlife

Bhrr-nhō-fhn Ōrrk  {L.D.} (divided-in-two Ōrc); half-Ōrc

Bhrr­nhō­fhn­whā          see: Half-way

Bhrr­thōrr­ghōr­rth    see: Hĕndrm

Bird of Knowledge                   Mĭstērēā Ēyā (mystical life), great eagle with coal-black feathers and a silver beak and talons that arose out of the conjoining of The Skīwrd and The Sōrsr in the battle between Mītăk and Ăzma­ds at the fall of Castle Nŏd­rēōf; all things known to man or Lōrēĕn were passed from The Skīwrd and The Sōrsr to the Ōrācle of Ĭndrēl

Black Baron                              see: Baron-General Bōr­oxĕn

Black-eyes                                see: Ghŏl

Black Day                                 ancient city of Smithsands Oasis is swallowed by a sea of dunes during a terrible sandstorm 500 years ago

Black General                          see: Nōk Tōr

black gold                                  dhōn-rrō {L.D.} (black gold; black gold); ĀKrō­mēŭm {H.Ĕ.} (without-reflection metal); mined in Ăz­ghōr­rth; found only in one vein in the Krkzik Shaft; gives off no light; always cold to the touch; when alloyed to certain metals but the Dwrves, it can make a blade that will never dull; craft of forging it perfected only once, by the three sons of Sīrthălŭs Lōrēĕn; wielded to forge the Jeweled Crown of St­wrd­lăn­thălŭs, the Ring of Stĕf­in­lăn­thăl­ŭs, and the Scepter of Stĕlth­lăn­thăl­ŭs

Black Knight                            see: Baron-General Bōr­oxĕn

Black Nemesis                         Dhōn Thĕrăg {L.D.} (Black Nemesis); a Water Dā­mn­īt who dwells in the pools and sumps of nzhōnd; devoured many Dwrves who were sacrificed to him, including Low Queen Nhōn­lhē-Khwēlhē, by her tot, Rgnr the Rich

Blind Sentinel                          serpent-like eyeless guardian of Rne­guard in the High Tower of Stone Castle; inky black; about two ells long; exceedingly fast

Blind Watch                             see: Blĭth­mēr­ēldr

Blĭth­mēr­ēyā, Lē                         {H.Ĕ.} (the gift + grow + life, the Ĕstĕr­ēăn Rose); sacred blue rose bush in Ĕstĕr­ēa; at its thorny base is kept safe the Jeweled Crown of St­wrd­lăn­thălŭs; guarded by Lē Māfĕrē Ēyā Rĕga­dōn­ēs Dī Ĕstĕr­ēa {H.Ĕ.} (the water life regal + guard of home, the Water-of-Life Regal Guard of Ĕstĕr­ēa)

                                                   see also: blue rose bush

Blĭth­mēr­ēldr, Lē                      {H.Ĕ.} (the gift + grow + barrier, the rqāvēăn Rose); Labyrinth Hedge; presented to Queen Tēĕndrā and Ladywife Sĕfentēna by Xrgōn; an offshoot of Blĭth­mēr­ēyā; plant it in the Royal Gardens or the Keep Gardens; guarded by the Blind Watch

Blizzard Battle                         see: Fell Winter War/Blizzard Battle

Blood­glut­ton                             one of several varieties of Wȳrms or Low Dră­gōns; Leach Crawler; a giant cutworm-like creature similar to a Flesh­glut­ton, only smaller, about six or seven feet in length; in place of the eight tentacles around its central mouth, it has eight long, curved fangs, with which it draws blood from its prey

Bloody Prince of Ĭxōr Rēms      see: Vōlgr dĀrănt

Blue-eyes                                  see: Sdmōrēăns

Blue General                            Vōk Tōr {Ō.T.} (Blue General); Vōk Tōr! used as a battle cry in the Nŏd­rēōf­ēăn War by the army of Easter­land Ōgres of that same name, taken from the name of their leader, Generals Stēn­gr, the Blue Knight; Army of the Vōk Tōr

Blue Knight                              see: Stēn­gr

blue rose                                    see: Blĭth­mēr­ēyā

                                                   see also: blue rose bush

Boggs, Constable                     styled Master Lord Chamberlain Boggs Constable of the Keep; in Jōrăns service (about three moonths); a spy of Ăzma­dss; small, stooped Man with a neck that hunches forward; completely bald on top, but long gray-brown hair on the sides and back, with sideburns to match; gaudy uniform with both military and noble baubles and the sanguine satin festoon of a member of the Council of Feuds crossing the simple white baldric of Constable of the Keep

Bōlŏn                                         see: star/Three Sacred Stars

Bone-Cleaver                           Tōth Nhōrin-Bhrr (the Bone-Cleaver); King Thēzēon the Vengefuls great battle axe, which hewed from Thōrn­lānkĕns right hand the little finger and its black gold ring; belonged to Thēzēons grandfather before him, Kagr Khz­rrōgan

Book of Treachery                      a tome in which was recorded the names of all those Homeguardsmen, City Garrison Knights, and Old Councilmen who would not turn back and had stood in rebellion with Constable Boggs to the very end, against King Jōrăn

Bōrjăx, Lord                              styled The Most Honorable Lord Bōrjăx, The Thane of Thănl­grim; Thane Thănl­grim; Lord Bōrjăx; coat of arms is black, with a white Thănl­grim Mount behind a purple bunch of grapes; fought the Wolf King and his lupine army, led by Wĕrewolf Generals, in the Fell Winter War; head of a group of dukedoms beholden to the king of rqāvēă

Bōr­lg                                        a large bear-like creature of Man-shape but larger and covered in long fur; 25 hands high [8 4]; bony snout like an aquiline beak; small black eyes set close together

Bōr­lănd the Brave                   High Hero descended from the High Heros Bloodline in direct patrilineal descent from Hērōmĕr by 24 generations; son of Gōr­lănd the Grand; ancestor of Fāt the Defiant by 9 generations; Fīt the Foolish by 10; Swān the Sorrowful by 11; grandson of Bōrz the Bold by 12; Māsĕm the Mace-wielder by 13; Hănfĭn the Heavy-Hearted by 14; Prē­lŏn the Fearless by 15; Lĕgĕr­dēmān by 16; and Mītăk and Mĕrăk by 17

Bōr­oxĕn, Baron-General        Black Knight; Black Baron; Bōr­oxĕn the Twice-Born; Nōk Tōr {Ō.T.} (Black General); formerly called the Benevolent Baron; fought in the Gob­lĭn Wars; head of Nŏd­rēōf­ēăn Army before Ăzma­ds turns him to stone; statue broken in the garden and then reanimated to lead the Army of the Nōk Tōr for Ăzma­ds in the Nŏd­rēōf­ēăn War; face shows the stitches where the pieces of his statue were sewn together after being reanimated; wears a black suit of full plate armor; rides the Night­charger, Vhg­mth­lēĕr; wields a heavy sword

                                                   Blazon of The Baron of Mlk:

                                                   Emblazon:Description: BBM-  Description: BBM  

                                           Blazon: Purpure, on a pile raguly sable a bunch of grapes proper fructed purpure.

                                           see also: Appendix FÞRoll of Arms of ĬndrēlÞBlazon of The Baron of Mlk

Bōrz the Bold                           High Hero descended from the High Heros Bloodline in direct patrilineal descendent from Hērōmĕr by 36 generations; Gōr­lănd the Grand by 13 generations; Bōr­lănd the Brave by 12 generations; great grandson of Fāt the Defiant; grandson of Fīt the Foolish; son of Swān the Sorrowful; father of Māsĕm the Mace-wielder; grandfather of Hănfĭn the Heavy-Hearted; great grand-father of Prē­lŏn; great-great grandfather of Lĕgĕr­dēmān; great3 grandfather of Mītăk and Mĕrăk

Bottle-dweller                          see: Ŏgthrl

Bough­fast                                 from The Fiery Dră­gōn

boundless satchel                     see: bag of holding

Bowman-ranger                      headed by Auxiliary Captain Baron Linden; comprising a band of rqā­vēăn militia who spontaneous formed and marched south to aid their king in the Nŏd­rēōf­ēăn War and two Ēlf‑leaves under Ēlf‑Sergeant Vītălŏn; their purpose was to send and receive missives by arrow across the besieged walls of rqāvēă

Brăn­dĕlin                                  one of the squires who accompanied Kitfīr the day she was kidnapped; rode Băsinĕt

Brē­āgōr                                     Northern Tribesman; fought in the Gob­lĭn Wars with Hr­bōr, under the command of Zōr­wĭnd the Plaid; Hr­bōrs best friend, by whom he was killed while under the spell of Rōgnrk Ōnĭx, who was none other than Rāfāngŭs The Black-Hearted in disguise; one of the tallest of all mortal men to have walked Ĭndrēl; long, braided, blonde tresses; blue eyes; wields a set of morning sticks

                                                   Coat of Brē­āgōrs Arms:

                                                   Emblazon:Description: CBA-  Description: CBA  

                                           Blazon: Gyronny argent and sable, a wolfs head cabossed gules armed argent within a bordure counterchanged.

                                           see also: Appendix FÞRoll of Arms of ĬndrēlÞCoat of Brē­āgōrs Arms

Brĕndn                                    youngest Homeguardsman among the small party who infiltrated Castle Nŏd­rēōf, lost at the gates

Brĭndăl Hill                               on which Ăndĭlēna Windwillow became a tree in Ăm­brē­ĕllas poem

Bristĕn                                      Bristĕnēăn; in the Southern Fōrg­ēng Mountains southeast of Nŏd­rēōf; Rock Ōrcs of Bristĕn

Bristĕn Wood                           see: Eastern Oak­wood Forest

Brothers of the Blood              priests in the Temple of the Priests; former worshipers of Dī Ōmond who turned to the service of the Nameless One; novices sacrificed to Him before Asrē fell

C

Cădĕrs, Ĭthgōr                         see: Ancient Pass

Cădĕrs, Lītz                            see: Gap of Rōm

Cădĕrs, Ōkm                         see: Middle Passage

Cădĕrs, Vond                        see: Northern Pass

Cădĕrs, Wēs                            see: White Pass

Cădĕrs Ĕrēin­dĭlgōl                   see: Shale Pass

Cădĕrs Tōr Lăn                     see: High Pass

calendar                                    see: moonth

                                                   see also: Languagesmoonths

cămō­snake                               venomous snake able to shift color and texture

candle/candle-mark               Dwrves measure time in candle‑marks and candles; one candle-mark is roughly equal to an hour and there are very nearly precisely two candles in a 24 hour period—the day‑candle and the night‑candle

Carrion Crawler                      see: Flesh­glut­ton

catacombs below Asrē               see: Asrē/catacombs

Căth                                          see: Lōrēĕn/Quadratics

Cāth-Nōlrĕplē                           see: Hȳdră/Mŭldēcropts

Căth­ālēăn                                see: Lōrēĕn/Octants/Căth­ālēăn

Căthbēthmē, First-Born        wife of Dlĭth­ĕn­lān­ēŭs Lōrnă­lŏn, First-Born

Căthĭnăr                                   see: Klēzēŏn, Three Suns of

Cāthĕnār                                   see: Klēzēŏn, Three Suns of

Cāthĕn­lānēŭs Lōrnă­lŏn, First-Born  {H.Ĕ.} (third + child lord + beardless); third Elder Ĕlf; wed Fīlōfn, First-Born; killed and eaten by Kăt Arrōn

Cāth­ĕn­mā­lăn                          (third + man); third son of Ādŏn the Low Dwrf and Fīln­lāa; third triplet; along with his brothers, Lēbĕn­mālăn and Dlĭth­ĕn­mā­lăn, one of the Three Fathers of Men; fought in the Final Battle of the Drăgōn Wars; head of the House of Cāth­ĕn­mā­lăn—whose descendants were the people of the Forgotten Realm—one of the Three Ancient Kingdoms of Man—later divided into the Four houses of Manrqāvēă (including Chăm­pēăn the Valiant), Nŏd­rēōf, Hĕndrm, and Ōpĕr; father of one son, Ōrōrēk, and 11 daughters; grandfather of Ōrō, Ōtō, Ōsō, and Ōzō

Căthĕrēăn                                see: Lōrēĕn/Octants/Căthĕrēăn

cave cattle                                bread and raised in their underground caverns by the Low Dwrves as a source of milk, cheese, and meat

Cēlĕstēăl Era                            first of the three eras in history, followed by the Tĕlĕstēăl and the Tĕrĕstrēăl; from the beginning of time until 6,000 years ago

Center Sanctuary                    see: Ĕstĕr­ēa/blue rose bush

Cerberus                                   many-headed hound that guards the Realms of the Dead

Chăfē                                        in a fairy-tale remembered my Mītăk, a character who was a very good boy bitten by an Ĭmp, named Gimp­lēng, but saved from death by a Lōrĭnflōra; blessed with the power of sleep after his encounter with a Lōrĭnflōra;
see: Lays and Lore of Ĭndrēl/ Chăfy and the Magical Lōrĭnflōra

ChkaՕsh                              see: Treetop Clan

Chka՟                                     see: Tree Clan

Chăm­pēăn the Valiant                 mortal who wed the Drīăd, rqāvēă; wielded Lē Āyā-Frē, the Swift-death; his stallion was Victōrēăn; his squire was Glăndin the Faithful; descended from Ōrō, who was the son of Ōrōrēk of the Four Houses, who was the son of Cāth­ĕn­mā­lăn, third son of Ādŏn and Fīln­lāa; son-in-law of Vītăl­ānēŭs, First-Born and Āthĕnlōralī, First-Born; husband of rqāvēă; father of Mĕrēmĭth and of King Nōbl; grandfather of King Grănd; great grandfather of  King Tălrĭn; great, great grandfather of King Jōrăn; great, great, great grandfather of Princess Kitfīr

Chăn­lhĭg­kh­ghōr­rth  see: Ĕstĕr­ēa

Chān­lēnk Mountains                  see: Copper Mountains

Chārōlŭs                                   Queen Ĕvr­lēōnĭss younger brother; great uncle of young Prince Ēn­glās­ēŭs

Chăs­mēĕn Desert                   desert west of the Glimmer River; east of the mountains on whose slopes Fērmĕn lies; bounded on its south side by the Marēnēăn Ocean and on the north by the woods of Ĕstĕr­ēa

Chăs­mēĕn Oasis                     oasis village north of Fērmĕn in the heart of Chăs­mēĕn Desert

chīber root                                herb used to ease a fever

Chī­mĕra                                   the large forearms and the central of three ferocious heads is that of a massive lion, hind quarters and second head are goat like, third and deadliest head is like unto that of a Dră­gōn, scaly and fanged, with large, leathery, reptilian wings that sprout from the muscular lion-like shoulders
see also: Beast, Conglomeration

Cht՟                                    see: Coca Berry Clan

cirth                                          see: rne

City Garrison Knight                 see: rqāvēă/City Garrison Knight

Clear­water Creek                    creek that comes from springs and flows from the east into the Shim­rēng River about two and a half leagues south of where the Western and Easter Forks merge

Clover                                       Lĕgĕnds old milk cow

Coca Berry Clan                      Cht՟ clan of QkTl (RainforestMen) whose skin is of varying shades of blue and who wear their waxed hair slicked down and shorn in neat round yellow caps; clan fater is TnkăhTlՆknk

Coffer-Fĭēnd                             see: Ŏgthrl

Common Ōrc                          see: Ōrc, Low

Common Tombs                      see: Asrē/Temples of Asrē/Great Tombs

Common Tongue                    language spoken in the Souther­lands; usually written in xxx

Companions                             the original members of Zōr­wĭnds group of sworn adventurers dedicated to rescuing Princess Kitfīr which included in addition to the wizard: Mītăk, Mĕrăk, Dĕl­fēn, Hr­bōr, and Xrgōn; later included Ăm­brē­ĕlla and Mĕl Mrra; We few who stand here today, do pledge as one, to see our quest through to its end, to rescue a maiden in distress, to avenge the dark lord who has wronged her, and to protect the Four Realms of Ĭndrēl, even to the price of our very lives.

Conglomeration Beast            see: Beast, Conglomeration

Copper Mountains                  Khplōr Bhōrrgn {L.D.} (Copper Mountains); Chān­lēnk Mountains; range of mountains in the central Northerland Territory from whence Măx­ĭn­dīn the Great drove the Rock Trōlls; under sovereignty of the Kā-Zī of the Copper Mountains; the Northeastern Sea, to the northeast and east; the Wilderness of Tērn, to the southeast; the Năsr to the south; the Upper Vn­dr­lnts, to the southwest; Nōrsmōr to the west; the Ĕvr­glāsēr Alps, to the northwest

copper regal                              see: regal

Copper War                              see: War, Copper

Crawler, Carrion                     see: Flesh­glut­ton

Crawler, Leach                        see: Blood­glut­ton

Crown of Lēnă­lōrnă­lŏn               see: stars/Three Sacred Stars/Nōlō/Nēlō/Bōlŏn

Crown of St­wrd­lăn­thălŭs        black gold (or ĀKrō­mēŭm) jeweled coronet forged by St­wrd­lăn­thălŭs; stolen and wielded by his son, Thōrn­lānkĕn, in the Dră­gōn Wars; taken by Qĭnsōnēsēŭs when it rolls from the decapitated head of Thōrn­lānkĕn and kept safe by the Ĕlves in Ĕstĕr­ēa at the thorny base of the Blĭth­mēr­ēyā; worn by Ăzma­ds in the Nŏd­rēōf­ēăn War

Crystal Crown                         Dire Diadem; crown of crystal so lovely to behold that all who gazed upon its glory were humbled by its majesty yet in their hearts desired to possess it for themselves; forged by Starsmith Fīrn

Curlylocks, Mother                 see: Mōrgĕn

D

Dale Khōnă                             see: Vale of Stones

Dale Ōrăth                              see: Vale of Kings

Dale Thānk                              see: Vale of Men

Dāmngōrgnīt                       Prince of Dā­mn­īts; two-headed High Dā­mn­īt who chased Mĕrăk through the High Pass; killed by LēōKĭdrāk

Dā­mn­īt, High                        Lord Dā­mn­īt; [adj.] Dā­mn­ītic; Dā­mn­īt Fear; the Fear; for example: Dāmngōrgnīt; or a Demighōst from the lowest plane of rdĕntēă; hollow black eyes; Demighōst

Dā­mn­īt, Low                         a Common Dā­mn­īt

Dā­mn­īt, Water                      a High Dā­mn­īt who dwells in subterranean pools, such as the one in nzhōnd

Dark Arts                                 practitioners of the Forbidden Crafts or Dark Arts, having three orders: enchanters (Order of the Gray), sorcerers (Order of the Red), and necromancers (Order of the Black); in opposition to the three orders of the Pure Arts
see also: magic

Dark Deity                               see: Lōrēĕn/Pentatics/Nameless One

Dark Ĕlf                                    see: Fallen Ĕlves

Dark Keep                                see: Castle Nŏd­rēōf

Dark One                                 see: Ăzma­ds

Dark Tongue                            {D.T.}; the Language of Magic form used for recording Malevolent magic as in The Sōrsr

Daughter of Time                   see: Skēba

Death                                       the End (as opposed to the End of all Ends); the Animus Reaper; death; masculine for Souther­landers; must be bribed to allow passage into the Realms Beyond

death adder                              small, rare, colorful species of venomous snake found in the forested mountainous regions of the Souther­lands; its venom is always lethal, unless treated with a tisane prepared with yellow mint

Dēīz­ĕlbĕr­lŭs                             {H.Ĕ.} (oft + ambitious); young Ēlf‑Rider and banner-bearer for King Hīănthĕlŭs who died at the Battle of Open Springs

Dēī­mā­lān­ēŭs                            {H.Ĕ.} (great + son);

Dēĭtăl Ambit                            see: Ambits/Dēĭtă

Dĕl­fēn, High-Ĕlvăn                styled Dĕl­fēn­lŏn­thălŭs (Dĕl­fēn + beardless + face), High-Ĕlvăn, Captain of the Home Guard of rqāvēă; Lē Rēlōrētsprēt Lēb {H.Ĕ.} (the image + created + new one the Redeemed One); Ēlf‑General Dĕl­fēn­lŏn­thălŭs; Ēlf‑General of the First Ēlf‑tree of the Regal Ĕstĕr­ēăn Army; Nndōr Dī Lē Vond Tĭmbrā­lōrna {H.Ĕ.} (The Marquis of the Northern Wood); (half Ĕlf with green eyes); claimed the longbow, Lē Ēng-Ōēĕn Lēb, from Grăkons lair; personal warden of Princess Kitfīr, whom he calls: my Liege; wears a Homeguardsmans uniform with its Homeguardsmans Insignia on the chest; his shield, however, is marshaled palewise between the rqā­vēăn Royal Insignia on the dexter, and on the sinister, the Regal Ĕstĕr­ēăn Insignia; wears a silver Ĕlvăn signet ring with the Regal Ĕstĕr­ēăn Insignia engraved upon it and an emerald green stone; aid-de-camp to Mītăk in the field; once competed in the Hĕndrm Games representing Ĕstĕr­ēa in the events of javelin throw, the overland run between Hĕndrm and Hōpshīr (for which he won the Griffin Ribbon) and running far jump for a Dră­gōn Ribbon, with a leap of one-rod-ell-a-hand-and-two-fingers; nephew of King Hīănthĕlŭs, and raised in his home; son of Hīănthĕlŭss brother and Mĭthlĭndlēon/Mĕrēmĭth, a half Drīăd with green eyes, the first-born daughter of Chăm­pēăn and rqāvēă, (making Dĕl­fēn their grandson); also the grandson of Ăntōnēsēŭs and Ĕvr­lēōnĭs; great grandson of Kriskrisālŭs; great, great grandson of Fĕrimŭs; great, great, great grandson of Qĭnsōnēsēŭs; has a half-brother, Jūlēonōlŭs, after his father remarries Ĭmmril and has a son by her

                                                   Dĕl­fēns Shield:

                                                   Emblazon:Description: DS-  Description: DS  

                                           Blazon: Parted per pale, baron and femme; first, per pale and per chevron gules and azure counterchanged, a tower argent between a Ūnicōrn rampant to sinister argent, crined, tufted, brushed, armed, unguled, langued, and orbed countercharged and a horse rampant argent, crined, tailed, unguled, langued, and orbed countercharged, and in base an oak tree countercharged, acorned countercharged, for rqāvēă; second, per pale vert ermined argent, sinister base argent ermined vert, for Ĕstĕr­ēa; over all on a chief potenty per pale in dexter per pale azure and gules and in sinister azure a coronet argent and an ancient crown argent jeweled vert.

                                           see also: Appendix FÞRoll of Arms of ĬndrēlÞDĕl­fēns shield

Dĕlēng                                     see: Āsĕnthōrōlŭss Arrows

                                                   see also: the Keen-eyed One

Dĕl­fēsēăn                             {H.Ĕ.} (true + sighted); the most renowned living minstrel in Ĕstĕr­ēa; sang on the first night of the Lay of Beginnings

Dĕl­qēon, First-Born            {H.Ĕ.} (true + voice); the first minstrel; invented music and combined it with Fīlnlānēōs poetry  

Dĕl­lŏn, Ēlf‑rider                     {H.Ĕ.} (true + beardless); sent by Dĕl­fēn with his twin brother Ēlf‑rider Qĭndĕllŭs to warn Hīănthĕlŭs of the trap in the Narrow Pass; slain by Ōgres

Demi­ghōst                               High Dā­mn­īt; powerful magical creatures that inhabit the lower Ambits of rdĕntēă

Demi­monster                          created by a Demi­ghōst entering an Ǣrthăl body

Dēvīnēs                                  see: Lōrēĕn/Pentatics/Dēvīnēs

Dēvīnēs Children                  see: Elder Ĕlves

Dĕvlīt, High                             powerful evil creatures such as Fĭēnds and Wrāiths; Fĭēnd Fear; Dĕvlīt Fear; the Fear

Dĕvlīt, Low                              i.e. Jrkĕr

Dhōn-Hēg                              see: Queens Carcanet

Dhōn Thĕrăg                       see: Black Nemesis

dhōn-rrō                               see: black gold

Dhōn­ghōr­rth                   see: Nŏd­rēōf

Dī Măndōrē                              see: Măndōrē

Dī Ōmond                                see: Lōrēĕn/Pentatics/Dī Ōmond

Dīāvid                                       Prince of Nŏd­rēōf; eldest son of King Pīr and Queen Nēdra; elder brother of Ăzma­ds, who enchanted him in stone to usurp his birthright

Dīrtōn, Imperator                 styled His Majesty Imperial, Dīrtōn, Imperator of Asvō; emperor imperator of Asvō; of the House of Dlĭth­ĕn­mā­lăn and a descendant of Dōrēăn the Child; father of Imperator Lăndrōs and Lănstōn; grandfather of Sĕthtōn and Hērōmĕr

Dī­măn­dōr­ēa                             see: Dī Măndōrē

Dirk                                           one of the squires who accompanied Kitfīr the day she was kidnapped; rode Bastion

Disnēlēs                                  {H.Ĕ.} (soft + air + having the trait of); Hīănthĕlŭss High Ĕlvăn grandmother on his mothers side; her husband was Sēlāsēŭs the Ēlf

Tlethĭnăr                                   see: Klēzēŏn, Three Suns of

Dlĭthĕnār                                  see: Klēzēŏn, Three Suns of

Dlĭth­ĕn­mā­lăn the Swift               (second + man); second son of Ādŏn the Low Dwrf and Fīln­lāa; second triplet; along with his brothers, Lēbĕn­mālăn and Cāth­ĕn­mā­lăn, one of the Three Fathers of Men; head of the House of Dlĭth­ĕn­mā­lăn (see the Imperial Asvēăn Seal); fought in the Final Battle of the Drăgōn Wars; progenitor of Imperator Lăndrōs; father of Plīfērēslānēŭs; grandfather of Imperator Āzrōd the Avenger—whose descendants were the people of Asvō—one of the Three Ancient Kingdoms of Man; great grandfather of Imperator Dōrēăn the Child; progenitor of Imperator Dīrtōn, father of Imperator Lăndrōs; from his loins come the Sdmōrēăns

Dlĭth­ĕn­lān­ēŭs Lōrnă­lŏn, First-Born (second + child lord + beardless); second Elder Ĕlf; killed and eaten by Kăt Arrōn; wed Căthbēthmē {H.Ĕ.} (beauty + love + you [feminine]; Beauty Beloved)

Dō­găm­ds                                Eldest Brother; Brother of the Blood; master of the Temple of the Priests in Dale Ōrăth; Chief Priest of the Temple; Sĕthtōns henchman; head of Asrēs down-fallen religious order who become the Followers (of the Nameless One); once worshiped rōramn; rival of Sindrīl, Sister of the Blood; wore a coronet of electrum with diamonds and sapphires set upon it

Dōrēăn the Child, Imperator     styled His Majesty Imperial, Dōrēăn the Child, Imperator of Asvō; emperor imperator of Asvō; great grandson of Dlĭth­ĕn­mā­lăn on his fathers side and Lēbĕn­mālăn on his grandmothers side; progenitor of Imperator Lăndrōs

Dră­gōn                                     two categories: 
first, Wingd or High Dră­gōns, which include:
 Great Dră­gōns or Ancient Dră­gōns and


 Many-headed Gōr­gōns;
Second, Wingless or Low Dră­gōns, which include:
 Drākes,  


 Hȳdrăs,


 Sea Dră­gōns or Sea Drākes, and


 Sea Wȳrms or Sea Serpents and


 Land Wȳrms;
Dwrves call High and Low Dră­gōns Sky and Earth Dră­gōns, respectively; Drăgōn Fear

Dră­gōn, Black                          Măt Arrōt the Black; see: Tăm Tōrra; the Black Dră­gōn; gaze will turn to stone; all jet black

Dră­gōn, Blue                            Kăt Arrōn the Blue; see: Tăk Nōrra; the Blue Dră­gōn; breathe ice; blue body with white-laced wings, claws, and horns; spawned the White Dră­gōn, a Wingless Wȳrm, by mating with a great albino snake in the Năsr Rainforest

Dră­gōn, Earth                         see:  Low Dră­gōn

Dră­gōn, Emerald                     Lēt Arrēm the Emerald; see: Tēl Mērra; the Emerald Dră­gōn; breath is a venomous vapor, a neurotoxin that kills quickly but painfully; emerald green body with yellow-laced wings, claws, and horns

Dră­gōn, Green                        Tĕm Arrl the Green; see: Mĕt Lrra; the Green Dră­gōn; breath turns to vegetation; causes vines and plants to spring up and bind victim, who becomes rooted to the ground; dark green body with spring-green-laced wings, claws and horns; spawned the Sea Serpents after mating with a Giant Sea Turtle

Dră­gōn, High                          Wingd Dră­gōn; Vhōlps Drăks {L.D.} (Sky Drāke); Tānōēs-Ōēā {H.Ĕ.} (the Fiery-eyes); the Brood of Ĭximālēfăctōr; hatchlings are called: Drăglets; created by the Nameless One from Her own bile, which She mixed with the dust of Ĭndrēl, to harry the Elder Ĕlves; mate w/ males of other races, called Dră­gōn Lords, who reside in Vōlcă; years reckoned in years having burned (petrified, frozen, etc.); Dră­gōn Fear; the Fear; their bane were the High Dwrves

Dră­gōn, Low                            Wingless Dră­gōn; Chăn Drăks {L.D.} (Earth Dră­gōn); several forms including: Drākes, Hȳdrăs, and Wȳrms—Land Wȳrms and Sea Serpents; created by various crossbreeding, usually between High Dră­gōns and other foul monsters

Dră­gōn, Purple                        Purple Wȳrm; one of several kinds of Wȳrms or Wingless Dră­gōns; a worm-like creature large enough to swallow a man whole; Hr­bōr almost eaten by one once on a quest with Zōr­wĭnd; one killed with a Fireball spell by Zōr­wĭnd in the Great Tombs; the offspring of Lăv Nrra, the Violet Dră­gōn, and a Gob­lĭn

Dră­gōn, Red & Black             Lĕm Arrm the Red & Black; see: Mĕl Mrra; the Red & Black Dră­gōn; breaths fire; red body with black-laced wings, claws and horns

Dră­gōn, Sea                             Sea Drāke; Wingless Dră­gōn, Drāke, or Low Dră­gōn; different from a Sea Serpent in that it has two webbed and clawed forelimbs

Dră­gōn, Six-headed                see:  Hĕstēcropts

Dră­gōn, Sky                             see:  High Dră­gōn

Dră­gōn, Three-headed           see:  Mŭldēcropts

Dră­gōn, Violet                         Văl Arrn the Violet; see: Lăv Nrra; the Violet Dră­gōn; breath turns victim to liquid; violet with pink-laced wings, claws and horns; produced the Purple Dră­gōns after mating with a Gob­lĭn

Dră­gōn, White                        Srprĕsēn; Land Wȳrm; Giant Serpent; one of several kinds of Wȳrms or Wingless Dră­gōns; lay buried in ice and snow in the Northern Vn­dr­lnts for two-and-a-half-millennia; slain by Măx­ĭn­dīn and Prē­lŏn; spawn of Kăt Arrōn and a great albino snake in the Năsr Rainforest

Dră­gōn, wingd                       see: High Dră­gōn

Dră­gōn, Yellow                        Vĕm Arrōk the Yellow; see: Mĕv Kōrra; gaze causes petrifaction with fear; yellow body with orange-laced wings, claws and horns; gave birth to the Hȳdră after mating with a Gīănt Ăndrōsphĭnx

Dră­gōn-Biter                           Drăks Grăks (Low Dwrvăn); Ādŏn Axe-Wielders battle axe; mightiest of all the axes ever forged by Dwrf, Ĕlf, or Man; Ādŏn was the first and most skillful to wield it in battle

Dră­gōn Epoch                         eighth of ten epochs in the three eras of history

Dră­gōn Lords of Vōlcă                Dră­gōn‑riders; Vōlcănēăn cavalier male mates of Dră­gōns; neither Men nor Ĕlves nor Dwrves nor Trōlls nor Ĕttĭns but a Gobln-like race created by the Nameless One; instigated the Dră­gōn Wars; first conquered the Low Dwrves, then led by The Miser-King Thōrn­lānkĕn against Ĕstĕr­ēa, overthrew the Hălfĕns, usurped by Tăm Tōrra and her Thrice-Bastard Son, finally defeated in the Final Battle; based in Vōlcă

Dră­gōn Ribbon                        see: Hĕndrm Games

Dră­gōn-rider                            see: Dră­gōn Lord

Dră­gōn Wars                           see: Wars, Dră­gōn

Dră­gōns-Bane                         Rĕplēōnsēs-Rrōn {H.Ĕ.-L.D.} (Drăgōns Bane); a Sīr-spear forged by Sīrthălŭs in the heat of Lē Cāth Dī Măndōrēā; used by Young Prince Fĕrimŭs to help slay Măt Arrōt by driving his Sīr-spear through her heart

Drāke                                        a two-or-more limbed Wingless Dră­gōn

                                                   see: Low Dră­gōn

Drāke, Land                             see also: Low Dră­gōn

Drāke, Water                           see: Sea Drāke or Sea Dră­gōn

                                                   see also: Low Dră­gōn

Drăks Grăks                   see: Dră­gōn-Biter

Drīăd                                         see: Ĕlf, Drīăd

Drīăd Ĕlvăn Tongue                {W.T.}; also called Woodĕlvăn Tongue; language spoken by the Drīăd Ĕlves; evolved from Elder Ĕlvăn

Drīăd-Āōā                                {W.T.} (Ĕlvăn words; the Woodĕlvăn Tongue)
see:
Woodĕlvăn Tongue

Drītēkē, Lē                                {H.Ĕ.} (the Ĕlf-friends); the men of Asrē and of Asvō call this because they learned the tongue of the High Ĕlves easily, as many of them still spoke the tongue of their matriarch, Fīln­lāa

                                                   see also: Stone Castle

Tndŭs Lāb, Lā                       see: Ăzma­ds

Dungeons of Ăz­ghōr­rth     see: Stone Castle

Dwrf, High                            Hălfĕn; Hōblīt Lĭllēōn {H.Ĕ.} (more + delicate half + person; slight Dwrf); also known as halfling; hobbit; kender, and warrow; the Dră­gōn Slayers; the wee-warriors; created by Fēnŭs to aid the Ĕlf-Children; sky-blue eyes; thick, curly sandy-colored hair; slightly shorter than Low Dwrves (just under 1 ell tall) and thinner and lither, with delicate nimble fingers; love to craft intricate dainty works of metal and wood; prefer to live underground, like their Low cousins; the little folk of West Quartershīre; all the males of the race slain in the Apocalypse War, leaving only a few High Dwrf Wives—the Dwrf Widows; Frōmr, first of the Hobbits; Fīgon the Fierce, Gōbō, and Sănwīz, last of the High Dwrves

Dwrf, Low                              Dwrf (Khwā­gĕn); Dwrves (Khwā­gĕnn); Dwrvăn (Khwā­gĕnzkh); Lhō Khwāgĕnzkh-[King]; the Low Dwrvăn Tongue or Khwā­gĕnzkh­khwkn {L.D.} (Dwrvăn-Speech); Low Dwrvăn or Dwrf gruff; Dwrf Lord; Dwrvănkind; Dwrf tots and totters (which are born with beards already); Dwrf wife; Dwrf lass; father & mother, grandgaffer & grandgammer (grandparents), grandtot, and grandtotter; usually just under 1 ell tall; live at most to almost 300 y.u.M. (Thēzēon being the oldest Dwrf ever at 294 y.u.M.); bear tots at 100; Dwrf Hoard; Dwrf craft; Dwrf Fathers; half-Man (derogatory); called a Lĭllēōn, Lĭllēōnēā [pl.] {H.Ĕ.} (half-person), or gold-greedy mud-maggots by the Ĕlves; also Lē Dōnds-Ōēā {H.Ĕ.} (the Dark-eyes); Children of rxē, the Wise Mother; call one another comrades; years under the Mountain (y.u.M.); Dwrvăn Reckoning: Years of Freedom (y.o.f.) or t..t. [T..T.]; created by rxē (rxē); believe that stars (hēkhēkhn) are but sparks—burning embers still left in the sky from when She first forged the World upon Her mighty anvil, Ētrrō­khng, the sun; band of Dwrves; call the world outside of their under-burgs and mines the Suns World; short and stout; adult males always long bearded; prefer to wield axes or hammers in battle (which they love almost as much as working stone, mining, and smithing); live underground in great halls that they delve beneath their holy mountains in submetropolis called under-burgs; dwell in home-burrows, work in shoppe-burrows, etc.; cultivate mushrooms and raise and eat goats and shaggy cave cattle under their mountains; hate the cold adamantly; fear the water, for they cannot swim; led by Dwrf Lords; at first, also lived in Nhōn­lhē­ghōr­rth (later renamed Ăz­fĕlhds) below the Fōrg­ēng Mountains, which was their first mine; next established Stōn­ghōr­rth (afterwards called Ăz­ghōr­rth or Asvō) below Stone Castle, in the Vn­dr­lnts, until they released Mŭldēcropts; most currently live in Fhr­ghōr­rth or Fhĕlhds­fhr, in the Low Ream Under the Mountain, below the  Rrōt Mountains; the Lords of Fhĕlhds­fhr; will reluctantly venture forth into the Suns World for battle or other desirable ends; Dwrvăn mining explosives; current Low King of Fhĕlhds­fhr is Thērn; Kagr Khz­rrōgan was the first Low Dwrf and the first Dwrf Lord; their writing system was said to be developed by Kagr Khz­rrōgan himself and uses characters called Dwrvic cirth or Dwrvic rnes; fought an army of Low Gob­lĭns from the Western Rrōts sent by Vōlgr dĀrănt to invade their home in the High Battle of the Gob­lĭn Wars, (in the which they were not aided by the Ōpĕrs); believe that rxē sows their Spĭrits deep within the rock when they die, and thus they may one day be mined out and brought forth again by skillful hands as jewels both radiant and lustrous, the more or less so according to their deeds ere they perished; from this belief comes the saying: until the Dwrf Fathers come home or until all the jewels of tōth Tōchăn (the World) are brought forth

Dwrf Fathers                         progenitors of the Low Dwrf Nation

                                                   see also: Low Dwrf

Dwrf Hoard                           started the Third Dră­gōn War when Low King Thēzēon rose up to reclaim the Dwrf Hoard which Thōrn­lānkĕn had stolen

Dwrf Lords                             Lhō Khwāgĕnzkh-King {L.D.} (Low Dwrf King); Lhō Tōr­t­tōr {L.D.} (Low King); Low King Under the Mountain; Sovereign of Fhĕlhds­fhr; Dwrf king; Kagr Khz­rrōgan was the first Dwrf Lord, and in his day the low king was sovereign of Fhĕlhds­fhr, Stōn­ghōr­rth, and Nhōn­lhē­ghōr­rth

Dwrf Widows                        see: Hălfĕn Widows

Dwrvăn Reckoning                    e.g. 2045 Years of Freedom (y.o.f.) or 2045 trrn t tōrzik (T..T.); beginning with Freedom Year, (the year the Dwrves won their freedom back from the Miser King Thōrn­lānkĕn and the Dră­gōn Lords, then year 1 begins the Second Dwrvăn Epoch

Dwrvic cirth                          also called Dwrvic rnes; first developed by Kagr Khz­rrōgan at the beginning of the First Dwrvăn Epoch to record the histories of his people

Dwrvic rnes                         see: Dwrvic cirth

E

Ēă Sĕr­dōn­ēs                           see: Ever­tree Gates

eagle, Crowned                        only creature valiant enough to fly over the Ever­tree Treewall

Eagle Ribbon                            see: Hĕndrm Games

Ēăkarăth                                   see: Lōrkarăth

Easter­land Ōgre                      see: High Ōgre

Easter­lands                               see: Four Realms

                                                   see also: Easter­land Ōgres

Eastern Campaign                  see: Fell Winter War/Eastern Campaign

Eastern Fork                            see: Shim­rēng River

                                                   see also: Glimmer River

Eastern Gates                          see: Ever­tree Gates

Eastern Oak­wood Forest            Bristĕn Wood; Lē Fīlō Tĭmbrā­lōrna Tōnōkm {H.Ĕ.} (the eastern wood oak); Lā Fōlŭs Tīmbrēlŭrnă Tŭnŭkōm {W.T.} (the eastern wood oak); runs along the Little Shim­rēng River north of Ĭxōr Rēms
see also: Oak­wood Forest

Eastern Sea                              a great salt sea that lies to the east of the Four Realms

Eastern Shores                         lands many leagues east of the Four Realms along the northern shores of the Marēnēăn Ocean

Eastern Wood                          see: Evermore Forest

Edgewild Hamlet                     a desolate little hamlet northwest of the Oak­wood

Ĕlbĕr­ĕth Dī Ĭthgōr Mĭst Ē Mĭst­dōnd­ēs see: War, Apocalypse

Ĕlbĕr­ĕth-Tēk                             see: Battle-Friend

Elder-blade                               special blades forged by the Elder Ĕlves at the dawn of the Ĕlvăn Epoch with crystal blades and jewels set in their hilts; an Elder-blade was equally capable of cutting through ordinary blade steel or stone as though slicing through warm butter; special sheaths that often looked more like a naked blade than a scabbard; jewels set in the handle or hilt would pulse with light coincident to the heartbeat of its wielder; the crystal blade also pulled with a similarly colored light—red for ruby-jeweled dagger such as Ĕrēĕm-Āyā {H.E.}or Red-death

Elder Ĕlves                                see: Ĕlves, Elder

Elder Ĕlvăn Tongue                 language spoken by the Elder Ĕlves

Elementity                               living entities comprised of one of the four elements:

Elementity, Ǣrēăl                   an entity comprised only of air, takes the form of strong winds, tornados, storms, etc.; associated with the Ǣrēăl Ambit

Elementity, Ăqēăl                 an entity comprised only of water; takes the form of maelstroms, whirlpools, tides, etc.; associated with the Ăqēăl Ambit

Elementity, Fīĕrŭs                   an entity comprised only of flames, takes the form of infernos, flaming clouds, etc.; associated with the Fīĕrŭs Ambit

Elementity, Ǣrthăl                 an entity comprised only of soil and rock, takes the form of landslides, mudslides, rolling boulders, etc.; associated with the Ǣrthăl Ambit

Ĕlf                                              Lē Ĕrēm-Ōēā {H.Ĕ.} (the Green-eyes); Ĕlf {H.Ĕ.} (Ēlf); Ĕlves {H.Ĕ.} (Ēlfēā); Ĕlvăn {H.Ĕ.} (Ēlflē [masc.] Ēlflŭ [fem.]); Ēlf sprout; grandsprout; Ĕlf-maiden; Ĕlvănkind; Whim­lhō (Low Dwrvăn for Ĕlf); half-Ĕlvăn (Lĭllē-Drīlŭs [male], Lĭllē-Drīlēs [female] Lĭllē-Ĕlvăn); half Ĕlf; Green-eyes; Green-eyed Ones; Fair Folk; Fair; Forest Folk; Ĕlf of the Forest; called the Green Ones by the folk of Open Springs, and the Fay Folk, and more derogatorily, the Fay Ones; Ĕlf-beast to Skēba; they call Dwrves: Lĭllēōnēā, a Lĭllēōn {H.Ĕ.} [pl.] (a half-person) or more derogatorily in Common: half-Man; the Immortal Ones are the Greater Ĕlves—the First-born and the First-sired, Lē Lēbĕn Lēbēā {H.Ĕ.} (the first ones), Lā Lābēn Lābā {W.T.} (the first ones); the Mortal Ones are Lesser Ĕlves—the High and Low Ĕlves—the Second- and Third-sired; love birds above all other animals; Ĕlf-craft; Ĕlf-blade (Ĕlf-Srēng)

Ĕlf, Drīăd                                  the First-sired; Lābēn-Lŭrnăt {W.T.} (First-sired); Lēbĕn-Lōrnat {H.Ĕ.} (First-sired); [sg.] Drīăd; Drīăd  [pl.] or Drīăd Ĕlves; Lā Fāōsŭs-Ālfā {W.T.} (the Seeing-Ĕlves); Greater Ĕlves or Immortal Ones, along with the Elder Ĕlves; Ĕlf-Child; the Ĕlf-Children; Children of the Wood; Wood Ĕlves; Singers of the Ancient Lays; Lovers of the Wood; Young Ones; Belovd Ones; Pure Ones; Wood-Daughters and -Sons to the Low Dwrves; Drīăd dame or damsel; Drīăd Ĕlvăn Tongue or Woodĕlvăn Tongue or Drīăd-Āōā {W.T.} (Drīăd-words); vegetarians (eat eggs, milk, and fish only); inhabited Eastern Oak­wood after leaving Ĕstĕr­ēa; each couple may have but one child; Sēvōcălrē, or thought-sense; Sēĕsĕns, Spĭrit-sense or Ĕlvăn night sight; Sēsēstrē, or shadow-sense; Ōsē Māsēē, or sleep-song; delicate build; green eyes; dark hair, brown or black; tan skin; no facial hair; hunted by Ăzma­ds because of the prophesy that his doom should be at their hands

Ĕlf, Elder                                   First-born; Lĕbĭn-Ĕfĕn {E.Ĕ.} (First-born); Lĕbĭn-Ĕlfĕ {E.Ĕ.} (First-Ĕlves); Elder Ĕlf; Greater Ĕlves or Immortal Ones, along with the Drīăd Ĕlves; Ancient Ones; Dēvīnēss Children; Prime Ĕlves; Elder Ĕlvăn Tongue or Lĕbĭn-Ĕă {E.Ĕ.} (first-words); Lēnă­lōrnă­lŏn, First of the First-Born & Lēnalōralī, First-Born; Dlĭth­ĕn­lān­ēŭs Lōrnă­lŏn & Căth­bēthmē, First-Born; Cāthĕn­lānēŭs Lōrnă­lŏn & wed Fīlōfn, First-Born; Vītăl­ānēŭs Lōrnă­lŏn & Āthĕnlōralī; Ĕrēm­brĭn­dăl; Qr­snĭlŏn, First-Born; Fīln­lānēō & Sĭlvālōralān; Qĭndrē Lēbĕnrēen, the first smith; only one remains in the Four RealmsPlīfērlŏn, husband of Flōra­lōra­lī; they sailed off to the Newlands on the Wingd Ships of Ōpĕr; their touch heals mind and body, alike; delicate build; green eyes; fair hair, white or golden; diaphanous pail skin, that radiates light; no facial hair; eat no flesh, not even eggs or fish, but they do drink milk and eat cheese

Ĕlf, Greater                              the Immortal Ones; the First-born and the First-sired Ĕlves

Ĕlf, High                                   Second-sired; Dlĭthĕn-Lōrnat {H.Ĕ.} (Second-sired); High-Ĕlvăn (to describe ones race); High Ĕlves; Lesser Ĕlves or Mortal Ones, along with the Shī-Hō Vnēăn Ĕlves; Lē Ĕstĕrēlē-Ēlfēā {H.Ĕ.} (the Ĕstĕr­ēăn Ĕlves); Ĕstĕr­ēăn Ĕlves; Lovers of Lore and Legend; Ĕlves of the Emerald Wood; Ĕlves of the Wood; High Ĕlves of the Forest; Forest Ĕlf; Ēlf‑riders; Ēlf‑paladins; Forest Thanes; Keepers of the Histories; Star-Children; the Valiant and the Fair; Fair Ones; called the Evermore Ĕlves, by the Men of Ōpĕr; High Ĕlvăn Tongue or Ēlflē-Ēē  {H.Ĕ.} (Ĕlvăn-words); their Rĕga Lōrna (regal lord) is King Hīănthĕlŭs; Regal Ĕstĕr­ēăn Army and its Forest Thanes; hunt only wild boar and never kill deer for venison; delicate build; green eyes; hair is fair; pure white skin; no facial hair; use the Rnic cirth for writing

Ĕlf, Lesser                                 the Mortal Ones; the High and Low Ĕlves

Ĕlf, Low                                    Third-sired; Shī-Hō Vnēăn Ĕlf; Shī-Hō Vnēăn Ĕlvăn Tongue, {S.Ĕ.}; Lesser Ĕlves or Mortal Ones, along with the High Ĕlves; called the Wise, the Spiritual, Seekers of Wisdom, and Golden Children; potters and sculptors of clay, painters and poets; first homeland was Shī-Hō Vn, in the Oak­wood, one of the Six Ancient Kingdoms; now dwell in the Easter­lands in new homeland: Sprō Shī-Hō Vn; descendants of Shīăn­ēs­ēŭs Lŏn and Hō Vn; delicate build; green eyes; hair of all colors except red, from white to black; golden skin; fine, straight facial hair; use the Hō Vnēăn cirth for writing; eat venison

Ēlf‑captain                                see: Regal Ĕstĕr­ēăn Army

Ēlf‑king                                     see: Regal Ĕstĕr­ēăn Army

Ēlf‑leaf                                      see: Regal Ĕstĕr­ēăn Army

Ēlf‑paladin                                see: Regal Ĕstĕr­ēăn Army

Ēlf‑marshal                               see: Regal Ĕstĕr­ēăn Army

Ēlf‑rider                                     see: Regal Ĕstĕr­ēăn Army

Ēlflē-Ēē                                    {H.Ĕ.} (Ĕlvăn words; the High Ĕlvăn Tongue)
see: High Ĕlvăn Tongue

Ĕlvăn Epoch                             sixth of ten epochs in the three eras of history

                                                   see also: Timeline

Ĕlvăn Hold                               see: Ĕstĕr­ēa

Emerald Labyrinth                      Living Labyrinth; the Enchanted Maze; vast labyrinth covering more than a furlong squared with hedges too high to see above; guarded by the House of the Sacred Watch; Blĭth­mēr­ēyā in its center

                                                   see also: Ĕstĕr­ēa/blue rose bush

Emerald Wood                         see: Evermore Forest

Enchanted Maze                    see: Emerald Labyrinth

enchanter/enchantresses     lowest level practitioner of the Dark Arts; Order of the Gray
see also: magic

End of All Ends                        the Last; the point at which Ăōsĕrō will wake from His dreams and Ĭndrēl and all the Lōrēăn will cease to exist

Ēng-Glē                                     Elder-blade wielded by Qr­snĭlŏn, First-Born when he cut off Mŭldēcroptss heads producing first two and then three heads

Ēng-Ōēĕn Lēb, Lē                    see: the Keen-eyed One

Ēnglĕt                                       {H.Ĕ.} (sharp + hooves); Qr­snĭlŏn, High-Ĕlvăns Īnhōrn stallion
see also: magic

Ēn­glās­ēŭs, Prince                    of Ĕstĕr­ēa; 11 seasons in the Forest old; Īsōrōv is his Īnhōrn mount when he is king; son of Hīănthĕlŭs and Ĕvr­lēōnĭs; grandson of Ăntōnēsēŭs; great grandson of Kriskrisālŭs; great, great grandson of Fĕrimŭs; great, great, great grandson of Qĭnsōnēsēŭs, first king of Ĕstĕr­ēa

Epochs of Ĭndrēl                      See: Timeline

                                                   Prīmōrēăl Epoch; Epoch of Ă՟căȳth; Prīmēăl Epoch; First Divine Epoch; Second Divine Epoch; Ĕlvăn Epoch; First Dwrvăn Epoch; Dră­gōn Epoch; Second Dwrvăn Epoch; Epoch of Man

Epoch of Man                          last of ten Epochs in the three Eras of history

                                                   see also: Timeline

Eras of Ĭndrēl                           Cēlĕstēăl Era; Tĕlĕstēăl Era; Tĕrĕstrēăl Era

                                                   see also: Timeline

Ĕrsnē-Ĕrēidĭlē Dī Lē Sĭndĭn Māfĕrēfrē, Lē   see: Shim­rēng River

Ĕrsnē-Ĕrēidĭlē Dī Mōrēss         see: Thĕrin­gōr Vale

Ĕrēindĭl                                      see: Ĭndrēl

Erēa, Lady                              wife of King Tălrĭn; Kitfīrs grandmother who sang Drīăd songs to her

Ĕrēm­brĭn­dăl, First-Born           (green-leaf); Ĕrēm­brĭn­dăl the Sad; Elder Ĕlf slain by Văl Arrn the Violet Dră­gōn; journeyed to the Northerlands in xxx and first taught the RainforestMen to speak the Common Tongue

Ĕrĭg-Ăndōnēŭs, Mĭst-Ăndōnēŭs Dī Prōfēs-Ăntēqwēm  see: Rne­guard

Ĕrĭg-Srēng Mĭst-Srēng                  see: Rne­glaive

Ĕrĭnsĭl                                        {E.Ĕ.} (razor + gold); Golden-razor; Ăm­brē­ĕllas yellow-aura Sīr-glaive; forged by Sīrthălŭs Lōrēĕn long ago, in the heat of Lē Dī Măndōrēā, ere the Reign of Dră­gōns began; effective against all forms of flesh, including the undead—even Ghŏls and Zombiēs; aids its wielder in skill; inflicts more potent wounds; edges never dull; only another Sīr can break them; cut through ordinary steel like lead; discovered among the Grăkons hoard along with Sŏrĭnsĭl

Ēsēs                                         see: Lōrēĕn/Pentatics/Fēnŭs

Ĕstĕr­ēa                                       {H.Ĕ.} (home); Ĕstĕrēlē {H.Ĕ.} (Ĕstĕr­ēăn); Ĕstĕrēlēā {H.Ĕ.} (Ĕstĕr­ēăns); Ĕstĕrēlē Ēlfēā {H.Ĕ.} (Ĕstĕr­ēăn Ĕlves); Emerald Wood to the Drīăd; the Enchanted Forest to the rqā­vēăns; Ĕlvăn Hold, Ēlflē Kī {H.Ĕ.} (Ĕlvăn Hold); Chăn­lhĭg­kh­ghōr­rth {L.D.} (living + barrier + fortress), CanligkgŌɼþ; Ēlf Kingdom; the Timeless Realm; homeland of the High Ĕlves of the Forest; green cobblestone roads lead from the four Ever­tree Gates to the City of Ĕstĕr­ēa; one of the Six Ancient Kingdoms

                                                   City of Ĕstĕr­ēa = City of Trees; in the heart of the Evermore Forest, at the western end of the Southern Wood; encircled by the great Ever­tree Treewall; nestled on the narrow cut of land where the Eastern and Western Glimmer Rivers meet

                                                   Blĭth­mēr­ēyā or blue rose bush = in the center of the Center Sanctuary, in the center of the Emerald Labyrinth, in the center of the Palace Gardens, in the center of the Kings Ward, in the center of the Regal Palace

                                                   Ĕstĕr­ēăn City Council =   City Council; City Council forum; comprised for the year of the lords and ladies of the houses where a pair of flicker birds chooses to nest that season; not aware of the Blĭth­mēr­ēyā

                                                   Regal Ĕstĕr­ēăn Insignia:

                                                   Emblazon:Description: ERI-  Description: ERI  

                                           Blazon: Quarterly argent ermined vert and vert ermined argent, in bend two pine trees proper, in sinister bend two Ūnicōrns couchant argent, on a chief potenty azure an ancient crown argent jeweled vert; found on Dĕl­fēns silver signet ring

                                           see also: Appendix FÞRoll of Arms of ĬndrēlÞRegal Ĕstĕr­ēăn Insignia

                                                   House of the Sacred Watch    =     special elite garrison of the Regal Ĕstĕr­ēăn Army whose birthright it is to guard the black gold scepter within the Blĭth­mēr­ēyā

                                                   Kings Ward = grassy ward in the center of the Regal Palace in Ĕstĕr­ēa; houses the Palace Gardens that house the Center Sanctuary

                                                   Regal Ĕstĕr­ēăn Army  =   High Ĕlvăn Army; Warders of the Woods; led by Hīănthĕlŭs; Ēlf‑Generals—Dĕl­fēn­lŏnthălŭs, Ĕstĕrēŭs, Lōgō­lŏn, Str­sōn­lān­ēŭs, and xxxWhoRemainedBehindIn Ĕstĕr­ēa, whose Ēlf‑riders, Ēlf‑paladins, or forest thanes include Ēlf‑Captain Sēzĕrēŭs and Ēlf‑Rider Lālan, as well as Ēlf‑Marshals Bēth­mā­zēŏs and Vītălĕl­bĕrlēs, among others; Ēlf‑grove (>340), Ēlf‑tree (>160), Ēlf‑bole (>80) Ēlf‑bough (>40), Ēlf‑branch (>20), Ēlftwig (>10), Ēlf-leaf (1 Ēlfrider); uniforms consist of a white and leaf-green coat-armor worn over a very light chain mail hauberk, green and white leggings, and light gray, pointed-toe, cut-cuffed suede shoes, a light silver helm in battle; armaments include a shield the shape of a light green leaf with the Regal Ĕstĕr­ēăn Insignia upon it, a longbow, and a slender rapier

                                                   Regal Guard  =    Rĕga­dōn­ēs (regal + guard); personal guards from the Regal Ĕstĕr­ēăn Army for the regal family and king

                                                   Regal Ward =   Gate Warden; Warders of the Wood; special guards (Gate Wardens) in the Regal Ĕstĕr­ēăn Army posted at the Ever­tree Gates; Qr­snĭlŏn, High-Ĕlvăn and Sēzĕrēŭs have been Ēlf‑Captains of the Southern Gates; wear a golden sash over usual Regal Ĕstĕr­ēăn Army uniform; they hold a long spear with a gilded tip in their right hand; long curly locks shorn straight across the brow

                                                   Water-of-Life Regal Guard of Ĕstĕr­ēa    =  Lē Māfĕrē Ēyā Rĕga­dōn­ēs Dī Ĕstĕr­ēa {H.Ĕ.} (the water life regal + guard of home); special elite garrison of the Regal Ĕstĕr­ēăn Army devoted to caring for and watering the Blĭth­mēr­ēyā

Ĕstĕrēŭs, General                    Ēlf‑General Ĕstĕrēŭs; second in command of Hīănthĕlŭss army; of the shire of Fērna; over Lord Sēzĕrēŭs

Ētrrō­khng                         {L.D.} (great + gold + anvil); the Low Dwrvăn name for the sun
see: Vītălŭs

Ĕttin                                          Ĕttĭnēăn Tongue of SHZKRaK {E.T.}, Twin-headed Gīănts; where consonants are capitalized; two-headed monster with clubs; I & Me personality; right is I, left is Me

Ĕttĭnēăn Tongue of SHZKRaK                {E.T.}; language spoken by Ĕttĭns

Evenstar, the Ĕlf                     see: Fīln­lāa

Evenstar, the star                    see: star/Fīln­lāa

Ĕvr­glāsēr Alps                        one of the Northerland Territories; breeding grounds of the giant tundra deer hunted by Nōrsmōrēăns; Nōrsmōr to the south; Chān­lēnk Mountains to the southeast

Ĕvr­lēōnĭs                                 dowager of the House of Sēlāsēŭs and Disnēlēs; Queen Mother; wife of Ăntōnēsēŭs; mother of Hīănthĕlŭs; her younger brother is Chārōlŭs; presided over a gathering of minstrels for a complete performance of the Lay of Beginnings

Evermore Forest                      Ăntēqwēĕs-Ăndĭn Tĭmbrā­lōrna {H.Ĕ.} (forever forest or some + time-all forest); Tŏnăntĕqŭĕĭs-Ăntĭn Tĭmbrălŏrne {E.Ĕ.} (Ever­tree forest or tree + some + time-all forest); Fhānhōk Dhn­whōdhĕn {L.D.} (Enchanted Wood); the Emerald Wood; home of the Elder Ĕlves and first home of the Drīăd; now home of the High Ĕlves; surrounded by the Ever­tree Treewall; entered through one of four Ever­tree Gates; the mighty Glimmer River flows through its heart; divided into the Four Woods (Ĕstĕr­ēa lying at the western end of the Southern Wood):

                                                   Northern Wood, Vond Tĭmbrā­lōrna, (aspens and oaks)

                                                   Southern Wood, Lē Vĕrd Tĭmbrā­lōrna, (maples, birch, and elm trees)

                                                   Eastern Wood, Lē Fīlō Tĭmbrā­lōrna, (yews and pines)

                                                   Western Wood, Lē Ēă Tĭmbrā­lōrna, (ash and alder)

Ever­tree                                    Tōn­ăn­tēqw­ēĕs-Ăndĭn (tree + forever or tree + some + time-all); conifers; evergreens; compose the Ever­tree Treewall; their nut is so rich in nutrients that one kernel can sustain an Ĕlf for full day and sate him of any hunger

Ever­tree Treewall                    Lē Tōn­ăn­tēqw­ēĕs-Ăndĭn Tōnēldr {H.Ĕ.} (the Ever­tree treewall or tree + some + time-all tree + wall); formed of Ever­trees which grow so close together nothing can pass between them and so high a Dră­gōn cannot pass over them; 35 leagues long

Ever­tree Gates                        entrances through the Ever­tree Treewall into the Evermore Forest; Southern Gates in the Southern Wood, Eastern Gates in the Eastern Wood, etc.; 30' high ornate golden doors; each guarded by four Regal Wards; left open during moonths of Fĭndĕl-Lānēs-Sprē and Ĕrēăn-Tōnōkm, from sunrise to sunset, to allow migrating birds to fly in and out for the summer and winter; the four gates are:

                                                   Eastern Gates (Lē Fīlō Sĕr­dōn­ēs)

                                                   Northern Gates (Lē Vond Sĕr­dōn­ēs)

                                                   Western Gates (Lē Ēă Sĕr­dōn­ēs)

                                                   Southern Gates (Lē Vĕrd Sĕr­dōn­ēs) – Ēlf‑Captains of the Regal Ward; Qr­snĭlŏn, High-Ĕlvăn and Sēzĕrēŭs were two

Ēvont                                        Ăm­brē­ĕllas mother

F

Fĕr Mĭst­fō­rm, Lē                    see: Măx­ĭn­dīn the Great

Fair Races                                see: Races of Ĭndrēl

Faĭrēăn Tongue                       language spoken by Faĭry Sprītes such as Pĭx
see: Languages of Ĭndrēl/Faĭrēăn Tongue

Faĭry Sprīte                               see

Fl Ishwā                               see: Great Swamp

falcon, Mĕlēza                         large black-crowned falcon like Tinbăstēăn; named after the golden color of Mĕlēza

Fallen                                        see: Fallen Ĕlves

Fallen Ĕlves                              the Fallen; St­wrd­lăn­thăl­ŭs, Stĕlth­lăn­thăl­ŭs, and Stĕf­in­lăn­thăl­ŭs; the Dark Ĕlves; three sons (who fell from grace) of Sīrthălŭs and Măt Arrōt, in the form of Tăm Tōrra, who called herself Fōr­fōr­m­flōra, the only three of High Ĕlvăn blood (excepting their son, Thōrn­lānkĕn) in the history of Ĭndrēl ever to turn forever to total wickedness

Falls of Thōrr­grrōnd           (river + glory) þŌɼgɼŌnd

                                                   see: the Longfall

Fāt the Defiant                       High Hero descended from the High Heros Bloodline in direct patrilineal descendent from Hērōmĕr by 33 generations; Gōr­lănd the Grand by 10 generations; Bōr­lănd the Brave by 9 generations; father of Fīt the Foolish; grandfather of Swān the Sorrowful; great grandfather of Bōrz the Bold; great-great grandfather of Māsĕm the Mace-wielder; great3 grandfather of Hănfĭn the Heavy-Hearted; great4 grand-father of Prē­lŏn; great5 grandfather of Lĕgĕr­dēmān; great6 grandfather of Mītăk and Mĕrăk

Fates, Three                             three sisters: Unavoidability, Inevitability, and Inescapability

Fear                                           the Fear; Dră­gōn Fear; Dā­mn­īt Fear; Dĕvlīt Fear; Fĭēnd Fear

Feast of Summer Solstice       Dĕl­qēon sings the first song ever publically sung at a feast of Summer Solstice stirring to life a great jealousy Ĭximālēfăctōr

Fell Venom-slasher                      Hĕsh rrāg-Bhrr {L.D.} (fell venom-cleaver; Fell Venom-slasher); name given Hr­bōrs bipennis by him after the Lōrĭnflōras charm it with the power to poison any nicked by its black blades

Fell Winter                              909 IV A.o.M. (M.R. 3959)
see also: War, Fell Winter

Fell Winter War                      see: War, Fell Winter

Fēnŭs                                        see: Lōrēĕn/Pentatics/Fēnŭs

Fĕrimŭs, King                          Fĕrimŭs the Fair; a young prince who helped to slay Măt Arrōt during the Final Battle with his Sīr-spear Rĕplēōnsēs-Rrōn; king of the High Ĕlves at the time of the Apocalypse War; wed the Lovely Lady Lōrĭnlī; father of Kriskrisālŭs; grandfather of Ăntōnēsēŭs; great grandfather of Hīănthĕlŭs; great, great grandfather of Ēn­glās­ēŭs; first son of Qĭnsōnēsēŭs and Lady Lēbĕn­lōralī; elder brother of Sīrthălŭs; slew the Miser King Thōrn­lānkĕn in the Final Battle

fĕrins                                         graceful blue-gray bird that migrates from the Evermore Forest south for the winter

Fĕr­loxōl­ŭs                                 see: Măx­ĭn­dīn the Great

Fērmĕn                                     Fērmĕnēăns; small town hard by Măx­ĭn­dīns keep that he watches over; wool merchants and textile mills

Fērmĕn Keep                           Wizards Keep; Măx­ĭn­dīns castle hard by the small hamlet of Fērmĕn

Fērna                                        township from which Ēlf‑General Ĕstĕrēŭs and his men hail; Fērnēăn

Fēs                                             Easter­land community in Kĕntrē were Hr­bōr has a manor fief

Feudal Lords                             see: the Old Council

Feuding Lords of Thănl­grim       three feuding brothers who were fighting over the thanedom of Thănl­grim; united by Hănfĭn
see also: the Old Council

Fhng­lhĭg Frrō                  see: Rising Spring

Fhr­ghōr­rth                        see: FHĔLHDS­FHR

Fhĕlhds­fhr                        (mine + deep), feldsfr; Fhr­ghōr­rth {L.D.} (deep + fortress), FHɼGŌɼþ, to the Ĕlves, Lē Lĭllēōnlē Kī {H.Ĕ.} (the Dwrvăn Hold) or Lē Kwōēn Kī {H.Ĕ.} (the Lower Hold); originally a gold and silver mine; Fhĕlhds­fhrēăn; Thērn Nhōn-Thēnhōks Low Dwrf Realm Under the Mountain; below the Rrōt Mountains; one of the Six Ancient Kingdoms; Fhĕlhds­rnd is the under-burg at its center; Whsh-Lhkh, Sea Gate, is the entrance from the Marēnēăn Ocean; Hĕndrm Gate to Hĕndrm; Quill Gate to Quillhāven; Ōpĕr Gate to Ōpĕr; all under-burgs connected by Thrrz­rrōnhdn

Fhĕlhds­rnd                        {L.D.} (mine + central); Dwrvăn under-burg at the center of Fhĕlhds­fhr

Fields                                         see: the Oakenford Fields

Fĭēnd                                         High Dĕvlīts of several varieties
see: Flesh Fĭēnd
see: Skeletal Fĭēnd

fiend, ambrosia                        one who is addicted to Nepenthe of Ambrosia; not to be confused with a true Fĭēnd

Fĭēnd, Flesh                             i.e. Grăkon, the Dungeon Lord of Asrē; High Dĕvlīt

Fĭēnd, Skeletal                         a great bony manlike beast, yet more massive and with a scorpion-like tail of sinewy bones that has a poisonous tip; High Dĕvlīt; i.e. Kēĕlō, who struggles to become the new Dungeon Lord of Asrē

Fierce Blue-eyes                      see: Sdmōrēăns

Fiery Elementity                     see: Elementity

Fīĕrŭ Ambit                                see: Ambits/rdĕntēăl

Fiery-eyes                                 see: Dră­gōn

Fīgon the Fierce                      High Dwrf, or Hălfĕn, who slew Măt Arrōt to revenge his brother Gōbō, who had been slain by Tĕm Arrl

Fīln­lāa, the Ĕlf                       {W.T.} (star + evening); Evenstar; named after the Evening Star; daughter of Fīln­lānēō & Sĭlvālōralān; Drīăd who along with the Dwrf, Ādŏn, bore the first men: the brothers Lēbĕn­mālăn, Dlĭth­ĕn­mā­lăn, and Cāth­ĕn­mā­lăn; progenitor of the three houses of the Three Ancient Kingdoms of Man

Fīln­lāa, the star                     see: star/Fīln­lāa

Fīln­lānēō, First-Born            {W.T.} (sun); Elder Ĕlvăn father of Fīln­lāa; husband of Sĭlvālōralān, First-Born; father of poetry and first poet to compose verse

Fī­lēs­frē                                    {H.Ĕ.} (noble + fast); rqāvēăs Īnhōrn, who bore five foals by Chăm­pēăns horse, Victōrēăn, and from whom all Royal rqā­vēăn Steeds are descended

Fīlō                                            see: star/Fīlō

Fīlō-Ĕrēindĭlē Nāth-Ōēā            see: Ōgre, High

Fīlō Sĕr­dōn­ēs                         see: Eastern Gates

Fīlō­karăth                                 see: Kĭz­karăth

Final Battle                              see: Wars, Dră­gōn

Fīrn, First-Born                     Elder Ĕlvăn starsmith; wrought a crown of crystal so lovely to behold that all who gazed upon its glory were humbled by its majesty yet in their hearts desired to possess it for themselves; Crystal Crown; Dire Diadem

First-Born                                 see also: Ĕlves, Elder

First Divine Epoch                     fourth of ten epochs in the three eras of history

First Dwrvăn Epoch                  seventh of ten epochs in the three eras of history

First Foaled                              progenitors of both all horses and Īnhōrnēā

Fīt                                              Fīt the Fearless; also Fīt the Foolish; quested for Rne­guard in Asvō and died there, leaving his son of one year in the world, Swān, fatherless; High Hero descended from the High Heros Bloodline in direct patrilineal descendent from Hērōmĕr by 34 generations; Gōr­lănd the Grand by 11 generations; Bōr­lănd the Brave by 10 generations; son of Fāt the Defiant; father of Swān the Sorrowful; grandfather of Bōrz the Bold; great grandfather of Māsĕm the Mace-wielder; great-great grandfather of Hănfĭn the Heavy-Hearted; great3 grand-father of Prē­lŏn; great4 grandfather of Lĕgĕr­dēmān; great5 grandfather of Mītăk and Mĕrăk

Flāitēs                                       great Asrēăn author, famed for his use of comedy amid sorrow

flāmstōn                                   brimstone

Flām­stōn Mines                      Nhōn­lhē­ghōr­rth {L.D.} (first + fortress), nŌnlĒgŌɼþ; Ăz­fĕlhds (empty + mine), azfeldz; Lēbĕn Kī {H.Ĕ.} (the First Hold); near the headwaters of the Shim­rēng River in the Northern Fōrg­ēng Mountains (marking the boundary with the Southern Fōrg­ēngs); first mines of the Low Dwrves; iron and copper mines; brimstone deposits there later quarried by the Low Dwrves to fuel their magical furnaces at Fhĕlhds­fhr; Lēt Arrēm slain there and her toxic decomposing carcass produced the first Ghŏl­ĕdăns guts that the Ghŏl­ĕdăns culture there on the ăm­brō­mīt deposits; Ghŏl­ĕdăns guts produce a gas lethal to all creatures save for Ghŏl­ĕdăns; where sun neither shines nor torch will burn
see also: Holds, Four Ancient

Fleet                                          Kitfīrs two-year-old stallion at the ambuscade; sired by her Royal rqā­vēăn Steed, Whitewind; later chosen by Mītăk

Flesh Fĭēnd                              see: Fĭēnd, Flesh

Flesh­glut­ton                             one of several varieties of Wȳrms or Low Dră­gōns; Carrion Crawler; twenty-foot-long, blind, cutworm-like monster with dozens of short, round legs, and eight, long, purple tentacles surrounding its mouth, which flail about to taste the air; two large pincers on its rear end; eats flesh, fresh or rotten; larger than, but related to a Blood­glut­ton

flicker bird                                red and yellow bird who lives in the Evermore Forest during summer; when a pair nests above a house in Ĕstĕr­ēa, the lord and lady of that house are selected for the Ĕstĕr­ēăn City Council for that year

Flōra­lōra­lā, First-Sired                (flower + daughter); Drīăd Ĕlf; daughter of Plīfērlŏn, First-Born, and Flōra­lōra­lī, First-Born

Flōra­lōra­lī, First-Born               (flower + mother); Elder Ĕlf; wife of Plīfērlŏn, First-Born; mother of Flōra­lōra­lā; swept overboard in a mighty storm during the Elder Ĕlves crossing to the Newlands and was presumably lost at sea; met by Zōr­wĭnd in Klēzēŏn (Ănĭs, which is short for Lĕ ĂnIstĭrĕn—the Wanderer)

Flidēăl Ambit                            see: Ambits/Ăqēăl

Flutter                                       see: Lōrĭnflōra

Followers                                  Followers of the Nameless One; Brothers and Sisters of the Blood; led by Dō­găm­ds; once worshiped rōramn

Forbidden Crafts                      see: magic

Forceful-stroke                        Āīr-Grēst {H.Ĕ.} (forceful + stroke); King Qĭnsōnēsēŭs sword with which he decapitated Thōrn­lānkĕn with one blow

Ford of Ăzrōs                           shallows north of Găl Ōrăth and the main bridge across the Eastern Glimmer to Asrē

Fore­mid­au­tumn                       first moonth in autumn, see: Languages—moonths

Fore­mid­spring                          first moonth in spring, see: Languages—moonths

Fore­mid­sum­mer                      first moonth in summers, see: Languages—moonths

Fore­mid­winter                         first moonth in winter, see: Languages—moonths

Fōr­fōr­m­flōra                          Fōr­fōr­m­flōra {H.Ĕ.} (no + light + flower or black + flower; a moonflower which blossoms only at night); Moonflower; Drīăd disguise Măt Arrōt assumed to seduce and marry Sīrthălŭs Lōrēĕn

Fōrg­ēng Mountain bear               large tawny bear indigenous to the Fōrg­ēng Mountains from Bristĕn all the way north to where the Fōrg­ēngs meet the Northern Vn­dr­lnts south of Nōrsmōr; known for crushing their victims with a great death-hug

Fōrg­ēng catamount                     large tawny feline indigenous to the Fōrg­ēng Mountains from Bristĕn north to the mountains west of the Oak­wood Forest

Fōrg­ēng Mountains                     Lē Fīlō Cădēā {H.Ĕ.} (the eastern mountains) Fōrg­ēng Mountain Range; west of rqāvēă and north of Nŏd­rēōf; run north and south with the Northern Fōrg­ēng Mountains extending to and including the Flām­stōn Mines, and the Southern Fōrg­ēngs from there south; Ăndĕlēăn and Sĕlbĕrēng are its two tallest peaks; in Fore­mid­sum­mer the mountaintops often quake with the violence of the tempests there

Forgotten Realm                     Lē Mĭthvōcălrē Rĕgaĕrēindĭl {H.Ĕ.} (the forgotten kingdom or the hidden + thought royal + this + walk); only Stone Wall along the Highland Steppe remains of the ancient, forgotten kingdom, along with the Ancient Stair, Lōth Kōrikstr {K.T.} (the long + stairway); descendants from the House of Cāth­ĕn­mā­lăn; one of the Six Ancient Kingdoms and the Three Ancient Kingdoms of Man; first kingship shared by Ōrōrēks four sons; split into the Four Latter Kingdoms of Man after a terrible civil war; Kh­ghōr­rth {L.D.} (barrier + fortress); Kh­ghōr­rthēăn Tongue (K.T.) is now forgotten by all Men

Fort Ōpĕr                                 Lē Ēă Kī {H.Ĕ.} (the Western Hold); Vhā­ghōr­rth {L.D.} (high + fortress), vĀgŌɼþ; Ōpĕrs fortress on the bluff high above the sea

Foul Races                                see: Races of Ĭndrēl

Four Houses of Man                  House of rqāvēă, or the House of Ōrō; House of Nŏd­rēōf, or the House of Ōtō; House of Hĕndrm, or the House of Ōsō; and House of Ōpĕr, or the House of Ōzō; descendants of Cāth­ĕn­mā­lăn, through his firstborn son, Ōrōrēk, who had four sons—the Four Sons of Ōrōrēk; their four contemporary kingdoms are: rqāvēă, Nŏd­rēōf, Ōpĕr, and Hĕndrm; all through the line Ōrōrēk of the Four Houses

Four Latter Kingdoms of Man    kingdoms of Asrē, Nŏd­rēōf, Ōpĕr, and Hĕndrm; established by the Four Houses of Man after the civil war that destroyed the Forgotten Realm

Four Realms                             under the four Quadratics

                                                   Souther­lands; Souther­land; Souther­lander; Souther­landers; Vĕrd-Ĕrēindĭlē {H.Ĕ.} (southern­­–lands); Vhōtīn­ghāt­stōnn {L.D.} (northern–lands); include everything south of ĂZ­GHŌR­RTH

                                                   Easter­lands; Easter­land; Easter­lander; Easter­landers; Fīlō-Ĕrēindĭlē {H.Ĕ.} (eastern­­–lands); Vhīn­ghāt­stōnn {L.D.} (eastern–lands); where the Shī-Hō Vnēăn Ĕlves now dwell; includes Glkerland in Kĕntrē; home of the Easter­land Ōgres from Kĭz­karăth

                                                   Northerlands; Northerland; Northerlander; Northerlanders; Vond-Ĕrēindĭlē {H.Ĕ.} (northern­­–lands); Nhōtīn­ghāt­stōnn {L.D.} (northern–lands); home of the Berserkers; Wilderness of Tērn between the Northerland Territories to the south and the Năsr Rainforest to the north

                                                   Westerlands; Westerland; Westerlander; Westerlanders; Ēă-Ĕrēindĭlē {H.Ĕ.} (western­­–lands); Nhēn­ghāt­stōnn {L.D.} (western-lands); include Ĕstĕr­ēa and the Vn­dr­lnt; home of the Westerland Ōgres from Lōr­karăth­

Free Folk [of Ĭndrēl]               see: Fair Races

Freedom Year                          see: Dwrvăn Reckoning

Frē­loxōl­ŭs                                 {H.Ĕ.} (swift-mane); Hīănthĕlŭss Īnhōrn

Frēin Lake                                fed by the tributaries of the Southern Frēin Rill; west of Lindenwood Forest and northwest of Vn­dr­lnt;

Frēin Rill                                  stream that flows into the Glimmering River just north of Vn­dr­lnt; two main branches are the Northern and Southern Frēin Rill

Frēng                                         see: Āsĕnthōrōlŭss Arrows

                                                   see also: the Keen-eyed One

Frōmr                                      first of the High Dwrves

Fūrĭē                                          catlike monster with matted fur

G

Găl Ōrăth                                see: Kings Crossing

Galī­abrĕth                                grizzled old Low Dwrf who delivers the Ring of Stĕf­in­lăn­thăl­ŭs to Ăzma­ds but is transferred into a serpent that is made to swallow his reward before being turned into a snakeskin bag to hold the gold regals

Gap of Rōm                             Lītz Cădĕrs {H.Ĕ.} (Narrow Pass); narrow pass that cuts through the High Bluff near the Fōrg­ēng Mountains; issues onto the Highland Steppe through a ruined section of the ancient Stone Wall

Gallant Corsair                        Mītăks favorite of favorite stories were of this noble pirate who robbed only other brigands and freebooters; Lĕgĕrdēmān; one of his Gentleman Brigand crew members, One-Eyed Jāz, met Xr­gōn and Mītăk during their race north to save Hrbōr from Ăzmadss poison

Gr­gōyle                                   scaly winged creatures about the size of a Man

Garrisonman                           see: rqāvēă/City Garrison Knight

Găttĕr Gōg, Dominator         Low Gob­lĭn leader under His Greatness the Gob­lĭn Khan

Gāylōrn the Grand                     mentored Măx­ĭn­dīn and Lxfōrth; great, great grandson of Ādŏn and Fīln­lāa; great grandson of Lēbĕn­mālăn; grandson of Lēbĕn­mĭstlē; son of the Māgŭs Gīzĕr; father of Măx­ĭn­dīn the Great; grandfather of Zōr­wĭnd

Gēn­gōlĕt                                  {H.Ĕ.} (ringing + hooves); Ēlf‑Captain Sēzĕrēŭss sleek white Īnhōrn stallion

Gentleman Brigand                one of the crew of the Gallant Corsair; One-Eyed Jāz

Gēmā of Hĕndrm, Sir             one of final four with Hr­bōr and Brē­āgōr; in the last stand against Rāfāngŭs and his Guard Elite from Măcēadōr slays Gōr­kĕr­tōn the Grandiose in the Battle of Thĕrin­gōr Vale

Ghōst                                        Wīght; those who die unnatural deaths and whose Spĭrits linger behind to haunt the Ǣrthăl Ambit; like those battled by Zōr­wĭnd in the Temple of the Priestesses

Ghŏl                                        Fōrfōrm-Ōēā  {H.Ĕ.} (the Black-eyes); from Sarēen Swamplands & moors and bogs of the Năsr Rainforest; race that feasts on corpses; hairless green bodies; forked red tongues; green blood; difficult to see moving along through the shadows even in broad daylight; fought in the Nŏd­rēōf­ēăn War

Ghŏl­ĕdăn                               Mōrēs-Ōēā  {H.Ĕ.} (the Bloody-eyes); (not Ghŏl); Night Feeder; direct sunlight will turn them to stone; took over the Flām­stōn Mines after Nhōn­lhē­ghōr­rth was abandoned by the Dwrves; cultivate Ghŏl­ĕdăns guts in the mines to ferment into nepenthe of ambrosia; only creatures who can withstand the poisonous gases produced by the rotting carcass of Lēt Arrēm and the Ghŏl­ĕdăns guts they now culture in the mines

Ghŏl­ĕdăns guts                     a fungus that first grew on the toxic decomposing body of Lēt Arrēm, the Emerald Dră­gōn, deep in the Flām­stōn Mines; thrives upon the ăm­brō­mīt deposits in the mines and was in latter times cultured there by Ghŏl­ĕdăns; the fungus produces a gas lethal to all other creatures; hangs from the damp ceilings and walls in clusters of writhing, seething masses; fermented into nepenthe of ambrosia

Ghrĭm­bōld Stōn­bhrr                (Ghrĭm­bōld Stone-Cleaver; Ghrĭm­bōld Stōn­bhrr); built the stone bridge at Open Springs 455 years ago or in Dwrvăn Reckoning 2046 T..T. (2046 t..t.)

Gīănt                                        see: Ōgre or Single-headed Gīănt; or Twin-headed Gīănt; or Stone Gīănt; or White Giant

Gīănt, Single-headed              see: Ōgre

Gīănt, Stone                            mammoth one-headed creatures who inhabit mountainous regions and can split rock with their teeth

Gīănt, Twin-headed               see: Ĕttin

Gīănt, White                           see: Yĕtē

Gift                                            see: to māge

Gift of Ēyā Morning                   when children receive a new toy or play sword

Gift of the Heavens                Melĭsĕs Bleth {E.Ĕ.} (heavens gift; Gift of the Heavens); Lēnălōrnălŏns greatest work as a lightsmith; a silver carcanet with three star-stones—white jewels crafted from the rays of the Three Sacred Stars; made for his queen, Lēnalōralī

Gimp­lēng                                 Ĭmp in fairy-tale remembered by Mītăk who bit Chăfy

Gisarms                                  band of ruffians led by Shĕrk; their mascot weapon is the halberd

Gīzĕr, Māgŭs                           first wizard to attain the title of Māgŭs Magnificent; author of The Skīwrd; cast Ōrcs down from his fiery throne; banished Undead from the Ǣrthăl Ambit and Rock Ōrcs from Shēn Valley; cousin of Sōrsĕrn; grandson of Lēbĕn­mālăn, of that house all wizards come, by his second son; son of Lēbĕn­mĭstlē; father of Gāylōrn the Grand; grandfather of Măx­ĭn­dīn the Great; great grandfather of Zōr­wĭnd

Glā                                            styled The Lady Glā, The Thaness of Hĕndrm; Lady Glā; wife of The Most Honorable Lord Grĕgōr The Innocent, The Thane of Hĕndrm

Glkĕr Manor                          a fief under Hr­bōrs lordship in Kĕntrē

Glkĕrland                               Easter­land community in Kĕntrē were Hr­bōr has a manor fief

Glăndin the Faithful                   Chăm­pēăns squire; wielded Ĕlbĕr­ĕth-Tēk

Glimmer River                        the main river (the Eastern Fork) is comprised of Eastern Glimmer (its primary northern fork, which flows through the valley of Dale Thānk) and the Western Glimmer (that flows down through the valley of Dale Ōrăth); after the confluence of the Eastern and Western Glimmer Rivers, the Eastern Fork passes south between the Eastern and Western Vn­dr­lnt Mountains, past the city of Vn­dr­lnt, then down through the Evermore Forest, where it is joined by the Western Fork, where Ĕstĕr­ēa lies nestled between the two Forks; from that point, the Glimmer River flows south dividing the Southern Desert from the Ăndrēăn Desert, to issue at last into the Marēnēăn Ocean through the delta near the port city of Ōpĕr

Glimmer small-fin trout             see: trout, Glimmer

glow-bug                                   lightening bug; used buy the Dwrves to make glow-dust

glow-dust                                  a fine dust that the Dwrves strew upon the floor of dark passages which gives off a gentle luminosity when trodden upon or otherwise disturbed; made from glow-bugs

Glg­skrăk                                 see: languages of Ĭndrēl/Ōgrēăn Tongue of Glg­skrăk

Gnōll                                         see: Hill Trōll

Gnōme                                     lesser monster that haunts the Oak­wood Forest

Gob­lĭn, Low                             Lē ĀGōn Ĕrēăn-Ōēā {H.Ĕ.} (the Lesser Yellow-eyes); Gob­lĭns, Lē Ĕrēăn-Ōēā {H.Ĕ.} (the Yellow-eyes); Lhō Vhō­brrn {L.D.} (Low Gob­lĭn); Gob­lĭn Speech; dark gray-green skin; yellow blood, orange when dry; larger and more skilled than Low Ōrcs but close in size and intellect to Rock Ōrcs; shorter, squatter, less intelligent, and more common than High Gob­lĭns; Low Gob­lĭn Armies involved in the Gob­lĭn Wars; from the Upper Kāgr, Ĭxōr Rēms, Western Rrōt Mountains, the Wilderness of Tērn, among other places; call one another broodling, for they have a plethora of offspring at once termed a brood of Gob­lĭn brats

Gob­lĭn, High                            Lē Gōn Ĕrēăn-Ōēā {H.Ĕ.} (the Greater Yellow-eyes); Hobgoblĭn; Vhā Vhō­brrn {L.D.} (High Gob­lĭn); horned, larger, stronger, and more intelligent than Low Gob­lĭns; created by Ĭximālēfăctōr; from mines and cities in the Heaths of Nhōm (Nhōmēăns) and the Vōlcă Mountains (Vōlcănēăns); Hobgoblĭn pups; orange-skinned faces and blue, turned-up snouts; yellow blood and yellow, slanted eyes; some w/ tusks others long fangs; intelligence approaches that of a Man; most militaristic of the foul races; in the Nŏd­rēōf­ēăn War wore open-faced helmets, girt in full metal armor, carried a spiked mace, a one-handed battleaxe, a heavy sword, and al shield

Gob­lĭn, Sea                               Whsh Vhō­brrn {L.D.} (Sea Gob­lĭn); a breed of Gob­lĭns who fare upon the sea, like the ones who fought alongside the Sdmōrēăns at Sea Gate; wield curved sabers

Gob­lĭn Armies, High                  see: War, Apocalypse

Gob­lĭn Armies, Low                   Low Gob­lĭn hordes; Fell Armies; their weapon of choice was the voulge; four hosts of Low Gob­lĭns fought in the Gob­lĭn Wars against the Fair Races, under His Greatness the Gob­lĭn Khan:  one army from the Western Rrōt Mountains, under Dominator Xxx Xxx; one from Ĭxōr Rēms, led by Vōlgr dĀrănt and Dominator Găttĕr Gōg; one from the Upper Kāgr, under Dominator Xxx Xxx; and one from the Wilderness of Tērn, led by Br­cōgan and Dominator Xxx Xxx

Gob­lĭn Khan                            Low Gob­lĭn head of the Low Gob­lĭn Armies, each army led by one of his dominators

Gob­lĭn Wars                             see: Wars, Gob­lĭn

Gōbō                                         valiant High Dwrf, or Hălfĕn, who slew and was slain by the Green Dră­gōn, Tĕm Arrl and was avenged by his brother, Fīgon the Fierce, who slew Măt Arrōt

God                                           see: Lōrēĕn

gold regal                                  see: regal

Golden General                      see: Krōgĕr, General

Gōlmn                                    enchanted inanimate beings such as stones, trees, bushes, etc., which have a remembrance of the things theyve seen before being turned into Stone Gōlmns, Wood Gōlmns, etc.

Gōlmn, Stone                        i.e. the two stones Gōlmns enchanted by Ăzma­ds to guard Kitfīr
see also: Gōlmn

Gōlmn, Wood                        i.e. the tree Gōlmns enchanted by Ăzma­ds to hold Kitfīr prisoner
see also: Gōlmn

Gōn Gōlēdd                             see: Longfall

Gōn­‑Ĕrēindĭldīāyā                    see: Ăndrēăn Desert

Gōna                                         home to the Three-sided Pyramids of Gōna

Gōna, Three-sided Pyramids of    see: Three-sided Pyramids of Gōna

Gōr­gamīt                                  ĀGōn Ĕrēĕm-Ōēā {H.Ĕ.} (the Lesser Red-eyes); Low Gōrg; lizard-men in tombs below the Temples of Asrē; smaller cousin of the Tōrgamīts and the amphibian Trglōdīts

Gōr­gōn                                     many-headed High Dră­gōn; head of a Gōr­gōn on Ăzma­dss scepter

Gōr­kĕr­tōn the Grandiose           High Gob­lĭn captain of a band of Low Gob­lĭns from Ĭxōr Rēms that deserted Vōlgr dĀrănts army during the Battle at Shim­rēngs Side; chieftain in Rāfāngŭss army in the Battle of Thĕrin­gōr Vale; immense stature and girth even for a Hobgoblĭn; killed Sir Gēmā of Hĕndrm just before being killed by Hr­bōr

Gōr­lănd the Grand                 High Hero descended from the High Heros Bloodline in direct patrilineal descendent from Hērōmĕr by 23 generations; father of Bōr­lănd the Brave; ancestor of Hănfĭn by 15 generations; Prē­lŏn by 16; Lĕgĕr­dēmān by 17; and Mītăk and Mĕrăk by 18

Gōr­tōr­gerond                           a land in the far, far west where the Tōrgamīts are from

Grăkon                                     Dungeon Lord of Asrē, High Dĕvlīt Flesh Fĭēnd, released by Sĕthtōn using The Sōrsr, his ancient name was rgrmăth the Loath

Grk­tg, Lieutenant I & Me  I & Me Snōr­ons Ĕttin lieutenant; sent by Ăzma­ds to ambush the Companions; killed by Mītăk

Grănd, King                             of The Long Stride; king of rqāvēă; died of pneumonia during the Eastern Champagne of the Fell Winter War; grandson of Chăm­pēăn the Valiant; son of King Nōbl; husband of Lady Āōlwīn; father of King Tălrĭn; grandfather of King Jōrăn; great grandfather of Princess Kitfīr

Grth­lēĕr                                 Grth­lēĕr the Night­charger; stallion from the rdĕntēăl Ambits

Great Desert                           see: Ăndrēăn Desert

Great Swamp                           Fl Ishwā {Q.T.T.} (Great Swamp); Lē Gōn Māfėrēindĭlē {H.Ĕ.} (the Great Wetlands); a marshy region of the Năsr Rainforest where the Mrmrēng River loses its course and wonders in a vast marshland before its confluent feeder streams merge once more

Great Tombs                            see: Asrē/Great Tombs

Great War                                see: War, Apocalypse

Greater Brown-eyes               see: Rock Ōrcs

Greater Ĕlves                           see: Ĕlf, Greater
see also: Ĕlves, Elder
see also: Ĕlves, Drīăd

Greater Red-eyes                    see: Tōrgamīts

Greater Yellow-eyes               see: High Gob­lĭns

Green Turtles Watering Hole     tavern in rqāvēă owned by Old Man Sticks

Green-eyes                                  see: Ĕlf

Grĕgōr the Innocent, Lord         The Most Honorable Lord Grĕgōr the Innocent, The Thane of Hĕndrm; Lord Grĕgōr; Thane Hĕndrm; works diligently to stem the flow south of nepenthe of ambrosia past the Shim­rēng Delta; husband of The Lady Glā, The Thaness of Hĕndrm

Grĕndl! Grĕndl!                  a fairy-story about Ghŏl­ĕdăns

Griffin                                       a race of wingd lions

Griffin Ribbon                         see: Hĕndrm Games

Grōrk­land                                 Gob­lĭn Speech for Nŏd­rēōf

Grosh-Ghōrr                      see: Pain-Giver

Grrīt-Drăks­lhōrr the Assailer  see: Vōlgr dĀrănt

Grrīt­khōks                                {L.D.} (red + head); nickname Hr­bōr gave the youngest Dwrf among his company of cart-pushers who fought to hold the Thrrz­rrōnhd south of Fhĕlhds­rnd against the Sea Gob­lĭn invaders

Guard Elite                               see: Rāfāngŭs The Black-Hearted

Gĕnlin                                    Gĕn; Gĕnlin the Chaste; wife of Prē­lŏn; mother of Lĕgĕr­dēmān; grandmother of Mĕrăk and Mītăk

Gen­ōwin, Lady                      first Queen of rqāvēă; wife of King Nōbl; mother of King Grănd; grandmother of King Tălrĭn; great grandmother of King Jōrăn; great, great grandmother of Princess Kitfīr

Gŭnthĕr, Ex-Count                witnessed Mĕrăks escape; slain by Stēn­gr during his interrogation

H

Hăg                                           also called a witch;
see also: magic

Hăg, Forest                              Forest witch or Hăg

Hăg, Mountain                        Mountain witch or Hăg, like Mōrgĕn

Hăg, Night                               Night witch like the one battled by Zōr­wĭnd at the Temple of the Priestesses

Hăg, Sea                                   Sea witch or Hăg, like Mōrēsna

Hăg, Swamp                             Swamp witch or Hăg

half-regal                                  see: regal

Half-way                                  Bhrr­nhō­fhn­whā {L.D.} (divided + in + two – there; Half-Way); under-burg half-way between Whsh-Lhkh and Fhĕlhds­rnd

Hălfĕn                                       see: Dwrf, High

Hălfĕn Widows                        the High Dwrf Wives left behind when all the male Hălfĕns were slain in the Dră­gōn Wars; taken in by the Low Dwrves, and their bloodlines were mingled with those of the Low Dwrves and lost forever

Halfling                                    see: Dwrf, High

Hame-Hammer                      see: Lshlkh

Hăn                                           see:  Hănfĭn

Hănfĭn the Heavy-Hearted         Lord Hero; tamed the Wild Boar of the Fields and united the Feuding Lords of Thănl­grim; High Hero descended from the High Heros Bloodline in direct patrilineal descendent from Hērōmĕr by 38 generations; Gōr­lănd the Grand by 15 generations; Bōr­lănd the Brave by 14 generations; great3 grandson of Fāt the Defiant; great-great grandson of Fīt the Foolish; great grandson of Swān the Sorrowful; grandson of Bōrz the Bold; son of Māsĕm the Mace-wielder; father of Prē­lŏn; grandfather of Lĕgĕr­dēmān; great grandfather of Mītăk and Mĕrăk

Hănsōm, Lord                          Councilor Hănsōm; rqā­vēăn feudal lord; strongest and most influential member of the Old Council

Hr­bōr Brākstōn                      styled Hr­bōr Brākstōn, Low Baron of Fhĕlhds­rnd, Master Gatekeeper of the Realm Under the Mountain; named by the Hīănthĕlŭs Venerable Lhō Khwāgĕnzkh‑Lord Hr­bōrŭs Drĭlbnk; (also once called Master Bitter-tongue, by Hīănthĕlŭs); his kin and title are from the realm of Fhĕlhds­rnd {L.D.} (mine + central); aged one-hundred eight and ten years under the Mountain; Low Dwrf mercenary; longtime friend of Zōr­wĭnds, who he fought under in the Gob­lĭn Wars; wields Fell Venom-slasher; sergeant in the first legion of hire-thane infantry, second cohort, second century, fifth company, second squad under his command in the Gob­lĭn Wars; wears a thick gold ring upon his right thumb, which bears his family crest upon it; he, alone, of all his stout race can yet recollect the methods employed to merge forge with incantation and create enchanted blades; calls Ăzma­ds: the Black Tyrant; calls Ĕlves Wood-Waifs and Fay Tricksters and the Fay Folk; swears: By my beard!; Ōkh hōt, khōt, lhōn zhōt! {L.D.} (By hilt, haft, and blade!); By the blood of all Dwrves!; Nix in place of Nay; earldoms of both Ŭnthill and of Tăzr; three fiefdoms from the King of Kĕntrē—Lord of Glkĕr Manor and another outside the city of Kĕntrē, and Duke of Fēs; Steward of Lindenwood Forest; Count of Kăkis; a Low Baron (see above); tot of Thōrm Brākstōn; husband of Mhēghn

                                                   Arms of Hr­bōr Brākstōn: (Arms of the Low Baron of Fhĕlhds­rnd)

                                                   Emblazon:Description: AHB-  Description: AHB  

                                           Blazon: L lozengy gules and sable, three annulets, interlaced one and two, Or, and in base an anvil Or.

                                           see also: Appendix FÞRoll of Arms of ĬndrēlÞArms of Hr­bōr Brākstōn

Haunted Covert                      kՊkk Chōk {Q.T.T.}; area in the Năsr Rainforest where dwell pĕēkōs {Q.T.T.}—the Spĭrits of animals and Men; the canopy of trees grows so dense there that even at noon no light filters down to the forest floor

Heaths of Nhōm                     Nhōmēăn; the uncultivated, open uplands northwest of the Vōlcă Mountains where the High Gob­lĭns live in mines and underground barrows

Hē­ghōr­rth                         see: rqāvēăs Keep

Hl                                            see: Ambits/rdĕntēăl

Helm-Piercer                           marteldefer wielded by the second ruffian who fought against Hr­bōr

Hĕndrm                                  Bhrr­thōrr­ghōr­rth {L.D.} (delta + fortress), bɼþŌɼɼþ, the Southern Hold or Hĕndrm Hold; House of Hĕndrm; Hĕndrmmen; large city near the Shim­rēng River Delta; sheltered from the Marēnēăn Ocean by the Hōpshīr Headland; thanedom of Nŏd­rēōf? (probably not, since they do not use the same Southerland calendar system used in that city; thanes is Lord Grĕgōr the Innocent; one of the Four Houses of Man; descendants of Ōsō, son of Ōrōrēk; one of the Four Latter Kingdoms of Man; Thane of Hĕndrm; Hĕndrm Guards patrol the delta for ambrosia; Hĕndrm Bridge, north of the city—only place the Shim­rēng can be crossed south of the East/West fork; uses calendar based on the reign of Lord Grĕgōr, not the Souther­land calendar used in rqāvēă & Nŏd­rēōf; currently the twelfth year of the reign of The Most Honorable Lord Grĕgōr the Innocent; strong ties to the Ambrosia Lords

                                                   Heraldry of the House of Hĕndrm:

                                                   Emblazon:Description: HHHn-  Description: HHHn  

                                           Blazon: Per fess wavy argent and azure, in base a lymphad sails furled & oars in action argent pennoned and ensigned gules.

                                           see also: Appendix FÞRoll of Arms of ĬndrēlÞHeraldry of the House of Hĕndrm

Hĕndrm Games                    tournament held every four seasons in Hĕndrm; Dră­gōn Ribbon, Griffin Ribbon, and Eagle Ribbon; includes such events as standing far jump, running far jump, javelin throw, wrestling, jousting, discus, shot put; Dĕl­fēn once competed for Ĕstĕr­ēa in the events of javelin throw, the overland run between Hĕndrm and Hōpshīr (for which he won the Griffin Ribbon) and running far jump

Hĕndrm Guards                    Kings Warders; special troops who patrol the Shimrēng River and Delta enforcing the Kings edict against nepenthe of ambrosia

Hĕndrm Hold                        castle held by the Hĕndrm Guards; Lē Vĕrd Kī {H.Ĕ.} (the Southern Hold); Lā Fērt Kō {W.T.} (the Southern Hold); Bhrr­thōrr­ghōr­rth {L.D.} (delta + fortress), bɼþŌɼɼþ
see also: the City of Hĕndrm

Hērōmĕr                                   Hērōmĕr the Younger; Hērōmĕr the True; the Great Sword-Wielder; overthrew elder brother Sĕthtōn, at the Battle of Kĕntrē Plateau; wielder of The Skīwrd; slayer of Lĕm Arrm; wore radiant plate mail armor with a hauberk of shining ring mail over it, a maroon sash and a helm with a maroon plume upon it; patriarch of the High Heroes Bloodline; descended from Potentate ĀLōrĭn the Tall; grandson of Imperator Dīrtōn; son of Lănstōn of Asvō and Ārvēĕl of Asrē; younger brother of Sĕthtōn; nephew of Imperator Lăndrōs the Benevolent; ancestor of Mītăk of the Oak­wood

Hĕsh rrāg-Bhrr                see: Fell Venom Slasher

Hĕstēcropts                            six-headed Lake Hȳdră; Six-headed Dră­gōn or Low Dră­gōn; Woman-headed Hȳdră; Scourge of Vĕm Arrōk; six identical twin-like female (human) heads, four arms and legs, no wings; causes insanity in her victims with her malevolent gaze; the scratch of her claws is poisonous

Hīănthĕlŭs, Ēlf‑King               styled Ēlf‑King of the Emerald Wood; High King of the High Ĕlves (High Ēlfēā) of Ĕstĕr­ēa; High Lord of Ĕstĕr­ēa; Regal Lord of the Emerald Wood to the Drīăd; Hīănthĕlŭs the Young; the Young King; called: Glĭndĕln-Lōrna {H.Ĕ.} (Wise Lord) by his Ēlf‑riders, and also: Rĕga-Lōrna {H.Ĕ.} (Regal-Lord); his Īnhōrn is Frē­loxōl­ŭs; led 500 Ĕlvăn cavalrymen into battle in the Nŏd­rēōf­ēăn War; looks about 21 years old, except for the long, fine, white, curly locks to the middle of his back; high cheekbones, pronounced and sharp upon his pure white visage; wears a delicate electrum crown with a beautiful green emerald set in its center that matches his eyes; dresses almost all in white, with light gray leggings and a suede cape, held with a brooch emblazoned with regal emblem; his Wīzĕn is Xrgōnthălŭs; great, great grandson of Qĭnsōnēsēŭs, first king of Ĕstĕr­ēa; great grandson of Fĕrimŭs; patrilineal grandson of Kriskrisālŭs & Xxx; matrilineal grandson of Sēlāsēŭs the Ēlf & Disnēlēs; first son of Ăntōnēsēŭs and Ĕvr­lēōnĭs; husband of Lītlănis; father of Ēn­glās­ēŭs; uncle of Dĕl­fēn­lŏn­thălŭs, his brothers son; (510)

Hīănthĕlŭss brother               younger brother of Hīănthĕlŭs and his first Wīzĕn; second son of Ăntōnēsēŭs and Ĕvr­lēōnĭs; grandson of Kriskrisālŭs; great grandson of Fĕrimŭs; great, great grandson of Qĭnsōnēsēŭs; husband of Mĭthlĭndlēon/Mĕrēmĭth; banished and his name forbidden to be spoken after Mĕrēmĭth died giving birth to his son, Dĕl­fēn; remarries Ĭmmril and has a son by her, Jūlēonōlŭs

Hidden Gate                            Khōrz-Lhkh {L.D.} (Hidden-Gate); secret entrance above Whsh-Lhkh, the Sea Gate

Hidden Woods                         Mĭthtĭmbrālōrnē {H.Ĕ.} (hidden + woods); where Ādŏn hid from the Dră­gōn Lords; north and east of the Fōrg­ēng Mountains

High Battle                              see: the Gob­lĭn Wars, the High Battle

High Bluff                                 Ĭthgōr Ēldr {H.Ĕ.} (the Ancient Wall); a 400 fathom cliff face that separates the Highland Steppe from the southward Lowland Steppe, into which is built the Ancient Stair, Lōth Kōrikstr; still rimmed by the ruins of the ancient Stone Wall; still some 200 fathoms high at the Gap of Rōm, a narrow pass between the cliff face and the sheer walls of the Fōrg­ēng Mountains

High Dră­gōn                           see: Dră­gōn

High Dwrf                             see: Dwrf, High

High Ĕlf                                    see: Ĕlf/Ĕlf, High

High Ĕlvăn Tongue                 {H.Ĕ.}; language spoken by the High Ĕlves; evolved from Elder Ĕlvăn
see also: LanguagesHigh Ĕlvăn Tongue

High Gob­lĭn                             see: Gob­lĭn, High/Hobgoblĭn

High Hero                                House of High Heroes; descendant of Hērōmĕr; bound by familial oath to serve the Free Folk of Ĭndrēl; posses the Gift or the ability to māge with others who can māge; wield three powerful talismans handed down generation by generation from Hērōmĕr: Rne­glaive, Rne­guard, and Rne­helm

                                                   Heraldry of the House of High Heroes:

                                                   Emblazon:Description: HHHro-  Description: HHHro  

                                           Blazon: Argent a pall gules, over all an eagle displayed sable and Or proper, and in base a knights helmet proper five grilles Or, with a bordure sable.

                                           see also: Appendix FÞRoll of Arms of ĬndrēlÞHeraldry of the House of High Heroes

High Heroes Bloodline             see: High Hero

High Ōrc                                  see: Rock Ōrc

High Pass                                 Cădĕrs Tōr Lăn {H.Ĕ.} (pass gray barded); Home of the Graybeard; in the Fōrg­ēng Mountains between the Eastern Oak­wood and the Western; above the White Falls

High Tōrg                                see: Tōrgamīt

High Trōll                                 see: Trōll, High

Highfalls                                   waterfall on the Mrmrēng River with a shier fall of some two-of-hundreds-and-fifty fathoms

Highland Steppe                      Nī-Ĕrēindĭlē {H.Ĕ.} (the high–land + –s); an elevated plateau of the Shim­rēng River Valley which falls 400 fathoms to the southward Lowland Steppe, about two leagues south of rqāvēă; bounded on the east by the Gap of Rōm while in the west it tapes off after about two leagues; the Longfall flows down the High Bluff besideLōth Kōrikstr, the Ancient Stair; Stone Wall and the Forgotten Realm built thereon

Hō Vn                                     {S.Ĕ.} (Without Fear; Fearless); daughter of Qr­snĭlŏn, First-Born; married Shīăn­ēs­ēŭs Lŏn; developed the first system of writing using the Hō Vnēăn cirth characters that she invented

Hō Vnēăn cirth                     characters and writing system developed by Hō Vn

Hobbit                                       see: Dwrf, High

Hobgoblĭn                                 see: Gob­lĭn, High

Holds                                         rqāvēăs Keep: Lē Vond Kī  {H.Ĕ.} (the Northern Hold); Hē­ghōr­rth {L.D.} (white + fortress)

                                                   Castle Nŏd­rēōf: Lē Dīlē-ĀՊ Kī {H.Ĕ.} (the Middle Hold); Lā Tōlā-ĀnՊ Kō {W.T.} (the Middle Hold); Dhōn­ghōr­rth {L.D.} (black + fortress)

                                                   Hĕndrm Hold: Lē Vĕrd Kī  {H.Ĕ.} (the Southern Hold); Lā Fērt Kō {W.T.} (the Southern Hold); Bhrr­thōrr­ghōr­rth {L.D.} (delta + fortress)

                                                   Fort Ōpĕr: Lē Ēă Kī {H.Ĕ.} (the Western Hold); Vhā­ghōr­rth {L.D.} (high + fortress)

                                                   Ĕstĕr­ēa: Lē Ēlflē Kī {H.Ĕ.} (the Ĕlvăn Hold); Chăn­lhĭg­kh­ghōr­rth {L.D.} (living + barrier + fortress)

                                                   Fhĕlhds­fhr: Lē Lĭllēōnlē Kī {H.Ĕ.} (the Dwrvăn Hold) or Lē Kwōēn Kī {H.Ĕ.} Lower Hold; Fhr­ghōr­rth {L.D.} (deep + fortress)

                                                   Ĭxōr Rēms: Gōnē Kī {H.Ĕ.} (the Vanquished Hold); rrkhghōr­rth {L.D.} (gray + fortress)

                                                   Four Ancient Holds

                                                   Stone Castle: Lē Kēkn Kī {H.Ĕ.} (the Bottomless Hold); Stōn­ghōr­rth {L.D.} (stone + fortress), upon its ruins was built AsvōĂz­ghōr­rth {L.D.} (empty + fortress)

                                                   Asrē: Lē Wēslok Kī {H.Ĕ.} (the Marble Hold); Rrōt­ghōr­rth (holy + fortress)

                                                   Flām­stōn Mines: Lēbĕn Kī {H.Ĕ.} (the First Hold); Nhōn­lhē­ghōr­rth {L.D.} (first + fortress), later called Ăz­fĕlhds (empty + mine)

                                                   Shī-Hō Vn: Tōnōkmnē Kī {H.Ĕ.} (the Oaken Hold); Nhā­ghōr­rth {L.D.} (no + fortress)

Homeguardsman                     see: Royal rqāvēăn Homeguardsman

Hōpshīr                                     port city at mouth of Shim­rēng River Delta

Hōpshīr Headland                   the peninsula that shelters Hĕndrm; on its southeastern-most tip is the small city of Hōpshīr

House of the Sacred Watch        see: Ĕstĕr­ēa/House of the Sacred Watch

House of Ōrō                           see: Ōrō or Four Houses of Man/House of rqāvēă

                                                   of Ōtō see: Ōtō or Four Houses of Man/House of Nŏd­rēōf

                                                   of Ōsō see: Ōsō or Four Houses of Man/House of Hĕndrm

                                                   of Ōzō   see: Ōzō or Four Houses of Man/House of Ōpĕr

Hŭlk, Umber                            see: Beetle, Beguiling

Hȳdră                                        Krōk {L.D.}; three Hȳdrăs came of the union of the Yellow Dră­gōn, Vĕm Arrōk, and a Giant Ăndrōsphĭnx (whom she seduced in Sphĭnx-like form and then devoured); Scourge of Vĕm Arrōk; the three daughters of Vĕm ArrōkMŭldēcropts, the three-headed Land Hȳdră (Three-headed Dră­gōn); Srpencropts, the many-headed Sky Hȳdră (Many-headed Dră­gōn); and Hĕstēcropts, the six-headed Lake Hȳdră (Six-headed Dră­gōn); one of several varieties of wingless Dră­gōns or Low Dră­gōns; immune to the effects of magic

Hȳdră, Lake                             see: Hĕstēcropts

Hȳdră, Land                             see: Mŭldēcropts

Hȳdră, Sky                                see: Srpencropts

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Ĭbselōnēŭs-Zĕt                         a tyrant in the Westerlands, west of Fērmĕn fought against by Hr­bōr and Zōr­wĭnd when they meet up again for the first time since the Gob­lĭn Wars

Illusory Beast                            see: Beast, Illusory

Ĭmmril                                     High Ĕlf taken to wife by Dĕl­fēns father after Mĭthlĭndlēons death; mother of Jūlēonōlŭs

Immortal Ones                        see: Ĕlves, Greater

Ĭmp, Low                                  mischievous creature whose bite is fatal, causing the victim to fall asleep and never wake up

Ĭmp, High                                 Qzlŏt; small green Ĭmps with yellow horns and spade tail; true Place-shifters capable of instantaneous travel between the Ambits Ǣrthăl Ambit and the rdĕntēăl Ambits

Imperial Asrēăn Seal and Insignia  see: Asrē/Imperial Asrēăn Seal and Insignia

Imperial Asrēăn Tongue       {I.A.}; language spoken by the ancient Asrēăns

Imperial Chambers                 see: Asrē/Temples of Asrē/Great Tombs

Imperial Crown of Asrē        see: Asrē/Imperial Crown of Asrē

Imperial Records of Asrē, The     only extant recorded history of Asrēs rise and fall; a brief reference in the Records discovered by Măx­ĭn­dīn the day that he died, referring to the lost tome of magic—The Sōrsr

Imperial Tombs                        see: Asrē/Temples of Asrē/Great Tombs

Ĭndrēl                                        Ĕrēindĭl {H.Ĕ.} (this + walk); Lĕ Irĕĭntĭlĕ Lŏrălĭ {E.Ĕ.} (this + walk –s mother; the Motherlands) or simply Irĕĭntĭl; Ērāīntīl to the Drīăd; Tōchăn {L.D.} (all + dirt); Ĭndrēlēăn; the Four Realms of Ĭndrēl; the Ages of Ĭndrēl; Ǣrthăl Ambit

Īnhōrn                                       Īnhōrnēā, Īnhōrnēăn; Ūnicōrn; Fay-horse to the Dwrves; spiral-horned steeds descended from the First Foaled along with horses; stallions (Hōēā) have a bit of a beard on their chins, mares (Lŏnlēā) do not; sacred to the Ĕlves

Irĕĭntĭl                                    see: Ĭndrēl

Irĕĭntĭlĕ Lŏrălĭ                          see: Ĭndrēl

Iron Siege                                 see: Gob­lĭn Wars/Iron Siege

Isle of Bones                             Xrgōn has been there and it is not a very nice place

Īsōmĕr                                       (no translation); argentine (silver) device with which Ăm­brē­ĕlla can find her people again

Īsōrōv                                        {H.Ĕ.} (proud + horn); last of the Īnhōrnēā; High King Ēn­glās­ēŭss mount after the Nŏd­rēōf­ēăn War; died at the age of 101 s.F. in 233 of the Fifth Age of Man

Ĭthgōr Cădĕrs                          see: Ancient Pass

Ĭthgōr Tĭmbrā­lōrna                  see: Oak­wood Forest

Ĭximālēfăctōr                            see: Lōrēĕn/Pentatics/Nameless One

Ĭxōr Rēms                               {A.T.} (no + king castle); Fallen Hold, Gōnē Kī {H.Ĕ.} (the Vanquished Hold), rr­khghōr­rth {L.D.} (gray + fortress) aɼẖɼþ; the Kingless Keep to the Ōpĕrs; Vōlgr dĀrănts stronghold during the Gob­lĭn Wars; ruled by a dominator such as Băklōr Dōrănt; King Jōrăn drove off a host of host of Low Goblns from there; two and a half days ride north of Hĕndrm along the Shim­rēng River

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Jănz, Master Chef                  King Tălrĭns court chef whose Mid­winters Eve spatiality is glazed duck stuffed with apples and sausage and prepared with a mulled wine sauce (which is Prince Jōrs favorite food)

Jāz, One-Eyed                         One-Eyed Jāz; a Gentleman Brigand in the crew of the Gallant Corsair; met Xr­gōn and Mītăk during their race north to save Hrbōr from Ăzmadss poison

Jibetack                                     bargeman on the Glimmer River

Jōr                                              see:  Jōrăn

Jōrăn, King                               Jōrăn The Twice King; styled His Majesty Lord Jōrăn The King of rqāvēă; called Ambrosia Fiend by Boggs; of the House of rqāvēă; wields Lē Āyā-Frē, the Swift-death, Chăm­pēăns sword; straight sandy hair with is flecked with gray, thick eyebrows and mustache, hazel eyes; descended from the Drīăd, rqāvēă and Chăm­pēăn the Valiant, who is a descendant of Ōrō, son of Ōrōrēk of the Four Houses, son of Cāth­ĕn­mā­lăn, third son of Ādŏn and Fīln­lāa; father of Princess Kitfīr; his queen is Tēĕndrā; his Ladywife is Sĕfentēna; son of King Tălrĭn and Lady Erēa

Jōrēĕl                                         bondmaid in Castle Nŏd­rēōf; branded with the Black Star of Nŏdrēōf on the back of her right hand; loves Ăzmadss stable boy, Ădn; dame-warrior; Wĕndlēĕn Dī Lōrĭnlīē—Bravest of Women; medium brown hair; gray-blue eyes; wears a tattered yellowed dress; Jōrēĕlēs; So please you, maLady,; didst; be in place of is; o in place of of

Jūlēonōlŭs                                 Dĕl­fēns young brother by stepmother Ĭmmril, five-and-fifty s.F. old

Jūrgăndēă the Arrogant         fells a sacred Ever­tree to expand his house, breaking Ĕlvăn law 531 years ago

Jrkĕr                                        Low Dĕvlīt henchman of the Flesh Fĭēnd, Grăkon; tall and lanky but crouched; sparse coarse hair that itches when he sweats; waxy red skin; gooey, sticky, blue-green blood

K

Kā-Zī of the Copper Mountains his lands invaded by Rāfāngŭs and his Guard Elite

Kāg HēGhōthn                    Kāg HēGhōthn {L.D.} (Hammer White-teeth) 

Kāgr River                              Māfĕrēfrē Kāgrlōŭs {H.Ĕ.}; southern branch of the Little Shim­rēng which connects west of Nŏd­rēōf and north of Bristĕn; Upper Kāgr is home to one of the armies of Low Gob­lĭns who fought under Br­cōgan

Kagr Khz­rrōgan, Low King   Lhō Tōr­t­tōr Kagr Khz­rrōgan {L.D.} (Low King Young); First Low King Under the Mountain; Father of Dwrf Lords; First Sovereign of Nhōn­lhē­ghōr­rth, Stōn­ghōr­rth, and Fhĕlhds­fhr; developed the Dwrvic cirth, or Dwrvic rnes, to record the histories of his people; led the Low Dwrves in revolt against Thōrn­lānkĕn at the age of 282, when he fought to reclaim the Dwrf Hoard from him in the Third Dră­gōn War; died in the Dră­gōn Wars; husband of Low Queen Nhōn­lhē-Khwēlhē; father of Rgnr the Rich; grandgaffer of Thēzēon the Vengeful; great-grandgaffer of Thōrrbhōld Thunder-Hammer; great great-grandgaffer of KāgKhnh the Stout-Hearted; progenitor of Thērn One-Handed

                                                   Arms of Kagr Khzrrōgan:

                                                   Emblazon:Description: AKK-  Description: AKK  

                                           Blazon: Or, three boars rampant in bend sinister sable, orbed, langued, and clayed gules.

                                           see also: Appendix FÞRoll of Arms of ĬndrēlÞArms of Kagr Khzrrōgan

KāgBrŏk Ēt­gr­rōnd                KāgBrŏk Ētgrrōnd {L.D.} (Hammer-Heart Great + glory); Low Dwrf; father of Mhē­ghn

KāgKhnh the Stout-Hearted, Low King  Lhō Tōr­t­tōr KāgKhnh {L.D.} (Low King Hammer-Fist); lured Mŭldēcropts out of the Krkzik Shaft and trapped her in the heart of a volcano; great great-grandtot of Kagr Khz­rrōgan; great-grandtot of Rgnr the Rich; grandtot of Thēzēon the Vengeful; tot of Thōrrbhōld Thunder-Hammer; progenitor of Thērn One-handed

Kăkis                                         Hr­bōr is the count of this small region

Kāmbrē Pass                            low pass that cuts east through the Vn­dr­lnt Mountains; separated the Glimmer River Valley from the Ăndrēăn Desert just south of the city of Vn­dr­lnt

Kăt Arrōn                                 see: Tăk Nōrra

kāx                                           {L.D.} (seven) a lucky number among the Dwrves

Kāx Dhōn­brrz                       Kāx Dhōn­brrz {L.D.} (Seven Black-beard); Low Dwrf Maser Warder or Nhōn­lhē Lhōk­rrhum {L.D.} (first guard) of the Sea Gate in Fhĕlhds­fhr; born on the same day as his great grandgaffer, Rrōtvg Dhōn­brrz, the 7th of Errōn; distant descendent of Tgnōr Dhōnbrrz

Kēĕlō                                         Skeletal Fĭēnd who tried to claim Grăkons lair after his defeat; wields a scythe-like weapon made of bone

Keen-edged One                     Lē Sĕrēng-Lēb {H.Ĕ.} (the edge + sharp-one, the Keen-edged One); Keen One; blade is ever sharp and straight; part of the dowry of Vītăl­ānēŭs, First-Born for rqāvēă and an heirloom of House rqāvēă; currently wielded by Princess Kitfīr; forged by Qĭndrē Lēbĕnrēen, the first of Ĕlvăn smiths

Keen-eyed One                       Lē Ēng-Ōēĕn Lēb {H.Ĕ.} (the Keen-eyed One); longbow discovered along with Āsĕnthōrōlŭss Arrows; Āsĕnthōrōlŭs forged the haft, the string was fashioned from the hair of Sindinloxsōlŭs; claimed by Dĕl­fēn

Kēlēkĭnănlŏn, Ēlf‑Marshal           {H.Ĕ.} (fist + clenched + beardless); Ēlf‑rider Kēlē; last Ĕlf in Dĕl­fēns bough to die climbing the High Bluff

Kĕntrē Towne                         capital city of Kĕntrē

Kĕntrē (country)                     Easter­land country; Kĕntrē country; folk there wear clothes fashioned of brightly-colored feathers; major cities include Kĕntrē Towne; Glkĕrland; minor city is Fēs

Kĕntrē Plateau                        plateau that separates the Northern Vn­dr­lnts from the Southern Vn­dr­lnt Mountains; where battle was fought of that name during the Great War

                                                   see also: Kĕntrē

keystōne                                   khrrhum­stōn {L.D.} (blocker + stone); huge blocks of stone rigged to drop into place to block the main tunnels, or thrrz­rrōnhdn, of Fhĕlhds­fhr

Khnh­dhōr the One-Handed      Low Dwrf who smithed Nemesis-Crusher; lost his right hand in a furnace accident and had a hammer prosthesis fashioned to replace it

Khng GrrīnKhnh              Khng Grrīn­Khnh {L.D.} (Anvil Iron-Fist); Second Warder or Fhndht Lhōk­rrhum {L.D.} (second guard) of the Sea Gate in Fhĕlhds­fhr

Kh­ghōr­rth                      see: Forgotten Realm

Kh­ghōr­rthēăn Tongue      {K.T.}; language spoken by the Men of the Forgotten Realm

Kings Crossing                        called Găl Ōrăth of old by Asrēăns; where the Glimmer could be forded by a regal leap

Kings Feast Day                     19th of Ĕrēăn; commemorates the liberation of Kitfīr and the end of the Nŏd­rēōf­ēăn War; a royal holiday to celebrate the victory over Ăzma­ds, the Necromancer of Nŏd­rēōf, led by Mītăk

Kings Road                              any of the usually paved and roads maintained by the king

Kings Ward                              see: Ĕstĕr­ēa/blue rose bush

Kings Warders                         see: Hĕndrm Guards

Kitfīr, Princess Royal              styled Her Royal Highness Kitfīr The Princess of rqāvēă; The Princess Royal of rqāvēă; Kitty; Rĕgalōralā Kitfīrlēs {H.Ĕ.} (Princess Kitfīr); born in Fore­mid­winter of the year her father came to the aid of Nŏd­rēōf; her wet nurse was Ănĭ (later her nursemaid); horse is Fleet at the time of her kidnapping by Ăzma­ds; wed Lord Hero Mītăk; rode Whitewind as a child; daughter of King Jōrăn and Queen Tēĕndrā; royal descendant of Chăm­pēăn the Valiant and rqāvēă, First-sired

Kĭz­karăth                                 {Ō.T.} (eastern + realm); Fīlō­karăth {H.Ĕ. + Ō.T.} (east + realm) to the Ĕlves; Fīlō­karăthēăn; Easter­landers; Kĭz­karăthēăn Tongue is a dialect of the Ōgrēăn Tongue of Glg­skrăk; where Ăzma­dss High Ōgres are from; in the Easter­lands thirty leagues east of Nŏd­rēōf, just south of the Upper Kāgr River

Kĭz­karăthēăn Ōgres               see: High Ōgres/Easter­land Ōgres

Klēzēŏn                                    the realm of Klēzēŏn; Klēzēŏnēăn; the Six Lands of Klēzēŏn are located in the Sōmāzēăn Ambit; the skies are yellow and the days eternal, for at least one its three suns is always shining, except for every 107 Ĭndrēlēăn years or every solstitial nightfall, when all three suns set for a brief moment
Three Suns of Klēzēŏn:

                                                   Lĕbĭnăr {E.Ĕ.} (first + sun); Lēbĕnār {H.Ĕ.} (first + sun),

                                                   Tlethĭnăr {E.Ĕ.} (second + sun); Dlĭthĕnār {H.Ĕ.} (second + sun)

                                                   Căthĭnăr {E.Ĕ.} (third + sun); Cāthĕnār {H.Ĕ.} (third + sun)

Knight Commander               commander of the City Garrison of rqāvēă;

Kōbŏld, Low                             created by the Nameless One to harry men; under Sĕthtōn in the Apocalypse War; Hr­bōr fought the Kōbŏld Army

Kōpŏasinth                               see: gō؟l

Kōv-lwāēn                             see: Sand Eel

Khōrz-Lhkh                       see: Hidden Gate

Krindĭn                                     hamlet two days ride north of Hĕndrm; on the western shores of the Shim­rēng River; makers of fine earthenware

Kriskrisālŭs the Clairvoyant, King  High Ĕlvăn prince of Ĕstĕr­ēa at time of Apocalypse War; loved Hērōmĕr as a brother; grandson of Qĭnsōnēsēŭs; son of Fĕrimŭs & Lovely Lady Lōrĭnlī; father of Ăntōnēsēŭs and Sindinloxsōlŭs; grandfather of Hīănthĕlŭs; great grandfather of Ēn­glās­ēŭs

Krispĭns of Nādōr                    allied with Rāfāngŭs The Black-Hearted (under the guise of Rōgnrk Ōnĭx) to fight against the herding Tērnēăns, in the Wilderness of Tērn

Krisrōzĕn                                  tall peaks laid low during the Battle of Kĕntrē Plateau

Krōbrk                                     vainglorious Gob­lĭn leader killed by Mītăk with wishstones

Krēōs                                         island where no men dwelt; inhabited by a band of female pirates

Krōgĕr, General                      the Golden General; half Ōgre/half Man; unusually short and squat for an Ōgre; hazel eyes with black pupils; pink palms; fine hair; led 6000 Kĭz­karăthēăn Ōgres (Easter­landers) who marched out of the Easter­lands upon Open Springs and fought King Hīănthĕlŭs in the Battle of Open Springs under General Stēn­gr

Krkzik Shaft                        Krkzik Gnshfhr {L.D.} (bottom + –less hole + deep; Bottomless Pit); Ĭndrēls Navel; in the Dungeons of Ăz­ghōr­rth; a natural narrow fissure which plummets thousands of fathoms into the blackness; only place black gold may be found, in a single vein below Stone Castle; emeralds, electrum, and tin found by its Dwrvăn miners; where Mŭldēcropts was imprisoned by Qr­snĭlŏn, First-Born, and later released by the Low Dwrves, causing them to abandon Stone Castle and emigrate to Fhĕlhds­fhr; Zōr­wĭnd and Hr­bōr nearly killed there by a Ghōst

Kwō-Ĕrēindĭlē­                           see: Lowland Steppe

L

Labyrinth Hedge                     see: Blĭth­mēr­ēldr

Labyrinthian Ruins                 see: Asvō

ladywife                                    the secondary wife of a king of rqāvēă, similar to a concubine but closer in status and rank to a true wife; can never rule or become queen, even in the event of the Royal Queens death; The Ladywife

Lālan, Ēlf‑Rider                       {H.Ĕ.} (a petal); one of Ēlf‑General Ĕstĕrēŭss cavalrymen from Fērna; short-cropped hair; called in insult: Lĭllē-Tēk {H.Ĕ.} (half-friend) by Dĕl­fēn

Landless South                         the vast expanse of open Ocean south of the Ĭndrēlēăn coastline; south of the Souther­land Main

Lăndrē, Lady                            styled Her Majesty Imperial, Lady Lăndrē, Imperess of Asvō; descended from Potentate ĀLōrĭn the Tall; third child of Potentate ĀĂthāl; sister of Potentate Lngsfōrth and Ārvēĕl; wife of Imperator Lăndrōs

Lăndrōs the Benevolent, Imperator   styled His Majesty Imperial, Lăndrōs the Benevolent, Imperator of Asvō; last emperor imperator of Asvō at the time of the Apocalypse War; slain at the Battle of Kĕntrē Plateau; The Sōrsr sealed in the tomb of his brother-in-law, Potentate Lngsfōrth, in Imperial Chambers below Asrē; left Xălimăndr the Faithful as steward of Asvō; descendant of Imperator Āzrōd the Avenger; first son of Imperator Dīrtōn; brother of Lănstōn and ally of his son, Hērōmĕr; married to Her Majesty Imperial, Imperess Lăndrē; died without an heir

languages of Ĭndrēl                      High Ĕlvăn Tongue {H.Ĕ.}; Elder Ĕlvăn Tongue {E.Ĕ.}; Drīăd Ĕlvăn Tongue {W.T.} or Woodĕlvăn Tongue; Low Dwrvăn Tongue {L.D.}; Imperial Asrēăn Tongue {I.A.}; Asvēăn Tongue {A.T.}; kh­ghōr­rthēăn Tongue of Old {K.T.}; Ĕttĭnēăn Tongue of SHZKRaK {E.T.}; Ōgrēăn Tongue of Glg­skrăk {Ō.T.}, (two dialects: Kĭz­karăthēăn and Lōrkarăthēăn Tongues); Common Tongue {C.T.}; Dark Tongue {D.T.} one of the Languages of Magic; Light Tongue {L.T.} one of the Languages of Magic          ; Faĭrēăn Tongue {F.T.}

                                                   see also: Languages of Ĭndrēl

Languages of Magic                the Dark Tongue and the Light Tongue; language spoken by wizards and sorcerers; all magic started out good intentioned, therefore speaking it backwards for the opposite effect came after; to counter a spell a different spell must be wielded; the written form, using the Skrit of the Māgī, is completely phonetic and thus reversible

                                                   see also: Languages/Languages of Magic

Lngsfōrth the Long-Lived, Potentate   styled His Majesty Imperial, Lngsfōrth the Long-Lived, Potentate of Asrē; emperor potentate of Asrē at the time of the great Apocalypse War; slain at the Battle of Kĕntrē Plateau; buried with Imperator Lăndrōs in the sealed Imperial Chambers (along with The Sōrsr); descendent of Lēbĕn­mālăn through Potentate ĀLōrĭn the Tall; first son of Potentate ĀĂthāl; brother of Ārvēĕl and Lady Lăndrē, who married Imperator Lăndrōs of Asvō; father of a son from whose loins descended the Nōrsmōrēăns

Lănstōn of Asvō                    Prince Lănstōn; Lănstōn of Asvō, though he also had blood of the House of Lēbĕn­mālăn running through his veins through Lēbĕnlōralā; descendant of Dlĭth­ĕn­mā­lăn through Imperator Dōrēăn the Child; husband of Ārvēĕl; second son of Imperator Dīrtōn, and therefore a prince of Asvō; younger brother of Imperator Lăndrōs; father of Sĕthtōn and Hērōmĕr

Lshbōrk                                   {Ō.T.} (iron + boar)

Lshlkh                                   {Ō.T.} (iron + wolf); the Hame-Hammer

Last Stand                                see: Wars, Dră­gōn/Last Stand

Last War                                   see: War, Nŏd­rēōf­ēăn

Lăv Nrra                                  in Violet Dră­gōn form—Văl Arrn the Violet; slew Ĕrēm­brĭn­dăl

Lay of Beginnings, The                 Māsēē Ăōēā {H.Ĕ.}; sung at Ĕvr­lēōnĭss Lay of Beginnings by Dĕl­fēsēăn on the first night, Sīrfē on the second night, and several others on the third night, including Wēsloxōl Mărns shanty: The Tale of One-Eyed Qāglōr; Lēnă­lōrnă­lŏn composed the original thirteen-hundred stanzas in its earliest form

Lay of Lone Plīfērlŏn               song about Plīfērlŏns return to the Four Realms, in which he sailed a lone ship back to the Souther­lands many long ages after departing hence for the Newlands, returning to seek out the daughter he had left behind, Flōra­lōra­lā, and his wife, Flōra­lōra­lī, who had been washed overboard on the crossing to the Newlands, but whom he never found either alive anywhere in the Four Realms 

                                                   see also:  Plīfērlŏn

Leaguer of Ĕstĕr­ēa                   lasted for 200 seasons in the Forest; waged by Măt Arrōt and the Dră­gōn Lords

                                                   see also: Wars, Dră­gōn/Second Dră­gōn War to Fourth Dră­gōn War

Lēbĕnlānēŭs Lōrnă­lŏn                 see: Lēnă­lōrnă­lŏn

Lēb­ĕn-Lōr­ē­ăn                          see: Lōrēĕn/Octants

Lēb­ĕn-Lōr­ē­ăn Dī Ăntēqwēm Tōna Fōrtla,   see: Lōrēĕn/Octants

Lēbĕnār                                     see: Klēzēŏn, Three Suns of

Lēbĕnlōralā                              {H.Ĕ.} (first + daughter); granddaughter of Ādŏn and Fīln­lāa; daughter and third child of Lēbĕn­mālăn; wife of Plīfērēslānēŭs; mother of Imperator Āzrōd and Sōrsĕrn; grandmother of Imperator Dōrēăn; progenitor of Imperator Dīrtōn

Lēbĕn­lōralī, Lady                     {H.Ĕ.} (first + mother); wife of Qĭnsōnēsēŭs; mother of King Fĕrimŭs and then Sīrthălŭs Lōrēĕn

Lēbĕn­mā­lān­ēŭs                       {H.Ĕ.} (first + son); fought in the Final Battle of the Drăgōn Wars; great, great grandson of Low Dwrf Ādrn; grandson of Ādŏn the Low Dwrf and Fīln­lāa; first son of Lēbĕn­mālăn; father of Potentate ĀLōrĭn the Tall; progenitor of Potentate ĀĂthāl the Hasty

Lēbĕn­mĭstlē the Foresighted       (first + magic wielder); the first wizard; grandson of Ādŏn and Fīln­lāa; second son of Lēbĕn­mālăn; father of the Māgŭs Gīzĕr; grandfather of Gāylōrn the Grand; great grandfather of Măx­ĭn­dīn the Great; great, great grandfather of Zōr­wĭnd

Lēbĕn­mālăn the Quick-Eyed        {H.Ĕ.} (first + Man); the first Man; blue eyes; one of the Three Fathers of Men; head of the House of Lēbĕn­mālăn (see Imperial Asrēăn Seal) (of that house all wizards come); still called the House of Lēbĕn­mālăn to Mītăks day (of which there is still an heir among the Northern Tribes; fought in the Final Battle of the Drăgōn Wars; first son of Ādŏn the Low Dwrf and Fīln­lāa, along with his brothers, Dlĭth­ĕn­mā­lăn and Cāth­ĕn­mā­lăn; firstborn of the triplets progenitor of the potentates of Asrē and the imperators of Asvō; father of Lēbĕn­mā­lān­ēŭs, Lēbĕn­mĭstlē, and Lēbĕnlōralā; grandfather of Potentate ĀLōrĭn the Tall, the Māgŭs Gīzĕr, Imperator Āzrōd the Avenger; and Sōrsĕrn the Black-Handed; great grandfather, Gāylōrn the Grand, and Imperator Dōrēăn the Child; great, great grandfather of Măx­ĭn­dīn the Great; great, great, great grandfather of Zōr­wĭnd the Silver; progenitor of Potentate ĀĂthāl the Hasty, the father of Potentate Lngsfōrth, Lady Lăndrē, and Ārvēĕl, and grandfather of Sĕthtōn, and Hērōmĕr

Lĕbĭnăr                                     see: Klēzēŏn, Three Suns of

Lĕbĭnlŏrĭnĕ Tĭ Ăntĕqŭĕm Tŏnă Fŏrtŭlă, Lĕ  see: Lōrēĕn/Octants

Leaguer of Nŏd­rēōf                 see: the Iron Siege

Lĕgĕnd                                      see:  Lĕgĕr­dēmān

Lĕgĕr­dēmān                             Lĕgĕr­dēmānōlŭs; Lord Hero; went by Lĕgĕnd as a boy; Rtākm {H.Ĕ.} (sorrow); Silver Warrior; Lĕgĕr­dēmān the Lionhearted; was given the sword Ĕlbĕr­ĕth-Tēk by Jōrăn; gray eyes; left side of his face scared by a bears claws—four puniceous lines from his left ear to the top of his cheek; the Gallant Corsair during his youthful seafaring days; wears a kingly silver brooch upon his breast given to him by King Pīr for saving the royal family of Nŏd­rēōf during the Gob­lĭn Wars, by breaking the Iron Siege; apprenticed under Măx­ĭn­dīn the Great with Zōr­wĭnd, Vōlgr dĀrănt, and Br­cōgan; fought with King Jōrăn in the Gob­lĭn Wars; born on the 7th of Midspring, 911 IV A.o.M.; High Hero descended from the High Heros Bloodline in direct patrilineal descendent from Hērōmĕr by 40 generations; Gōr­lănd the Grand by 17 generations; Bōr­lănd the Brave by 16 generations; grandson of Hănfĭn the Heavy-Hearted; son of Prē­lŏn and Gĕnlin; father of Mītăk and Mĕrăk; brother-in-law of Prince Xrgōn, who wed him to Princess Mĕrēmer (and brother-in-law of Queen Nēdra by marriage); son-in-law of King & Lady rāōl; uncle of Princes Dīāvid & Ăzma­ds

                                                   Lĕgĕnd the Young and Brave; wields a long keen hunting knife with a red jewel in the hilt, given to him by King Tălrĭn;

Lĕm Arrm                              see: Mĕl Mrra

Lēna Dī Măndōrē, Lē                 see: Măndōrē

Lēnalōralī, First-Born               {H.Ĕ.} (wild + mother); Elder Ĕlf; remembered for her voice and dancing by the Stone Gōlmns; wore the Gift of the Heavens; killed long ago by one of Tăm Tōrras spiders, the first of her kind ever to perish; died at the age of 1478 s.F.; wife of Lēnă­lōrnă­lŏn, First-Born; mother of Āgēs­ēŭs, First-Sired, First King of the Wood and King Qĭnsōnēsēŭs, Second-Sired, and Shīăn­ēs­ēŭs, Third-Sired; grandmother of Sōrinthindal, Second King of the Wood and King Fĕrimŭs; great grandmother of Ăm­brē­ĕlla, Princess of the Wood and King Kriskrisālŭs; great, great grandmother of King Ăntōnēsēŭs; great, great, great grandmother of King Hīănthĕlŭs; great, great, great, great grandmother of Prince Ēn­glās­ēŭs

Lēnă­lōrnălŏn, First of the First-Born   {H.Ĕ.} (wild + lord + beardless); Lēbĕn­lānēŭs Lōrnă­lŏn {H.Ĕ.} (first + child lord + beardless); Father of All Ĕlves; First-Bereft; Elder Ĕlf; Letters of Lēnă­lōrnă­lŏn; returned from the Newlands in the black-sailed ship with a few of his kin, to fight in the Final Battle of the Dră­gōn Wars; with is great bow, Spĭndal-Lōrēĕn, slew Kăt Arrōn to avenge the deaths of his brothers Dlĭth­ĕn­lān­ēŭs, First-Born and Cāthĕnlānēŭs, First-Born; lightsmith who forged the Gift of the Heavens; husband of Lēnalōralī, First-Born; father Āgēs­ēŭs, First-Sired, First King of the Wood, and of King Qĭnsōnēsēŭs, Second-Sired, and of Shīăn­ēs­ēŭs, Third-Sired; grandfather of Sōrinthindal, Second King of the Wood and King Fĕrimŭs; great grandfather of Ăm­brē­ĕlla, Princess of the Wood and King Kriskrisālŭs; great, great grandfather of King Ăntōnēsēŭs; great, great, great grandfather of King Hīănthĕlŭs; great, great, great, great grandfather of Prince Ēn­glās­ēŭs

LēōKĭdrāk                                Chī­mĕra who fought Dāmngōrgnīt in the High Pass; a Conglomeration Beast       

Lēōna-Lā                                  see: Twigs

Lesser Brown-eyes                  see: Low Ōrcs

Lesser Ĕlves                              see: Ĕlf, Lesser
see also: Ĕlves, High
see also: Ĕlves, Shī-Hō Vnēăn

Lesser Red-eyes                       see: Gōr­gamīts

Lesser Yellow-eyes                  see: Low Gob­lĭns

Lesson of Meekness                    in the Souther­land mythology of man, when Sĭlvă was full, she grew arrogant and dared to compare herself to the brilliance of Vītălŭs, and so the Lōrēăn took from her a portion of her light each night, until new moon, that she should learn the Lesson Of Meekness, and then the Lōrēăn would restore a little light each night, until full moon, when her arrogance would return

Lēt Arrēm                                see: Tēl Mērra

Letters of Common                the glyphs of the Common Tongue

Letters of Lēnălōrnălŏn         the glyphs if Ancient Skrit perhaps invented by Lēnălōrnălŏn; also called Skrit of the Māgī

Letters of Rne                       written Rnic cirth characters and language

Life of Ăōsĕrō                          see: magic

Light Tongue                           Language of Magic; Dark Tongue; language used for recording Malevolent magic as in The Skīwrd

lightsmith                                 Rĕĭnĕă Tĭ Fŏrm {E.Ĕ.} (smiths of light; lightsmiths); Elder Ĕlvăn smiths who learned to capture the rays of sun (sunsmiths), moon (moonsmiths), and stars (starsmiths) into works of substance and beauty; Fīrn the greatest starsmith forged the Crystal Crown

Linden, Baron                          Auxiliary Captain of the Bowman-rangers; humble vintner granted the Winerill Fiefdom by Jōrăn, for his eagerness to serve his king

Lindenwood Forest                 along the Frēin Rill northwest of Vn­dr­lnt and east of Frēin Lake; under Hr­bōrs stewardship

Lītlănis, Queen                        {H.Ĕ.} (delicate + blossom, Dandelion); Dawn Queen; queen of Ĕstĕr­ēa and wife of Hīănthĕlŭs; exceedingly fair, but small and slight of build; known for her gift of foresight and exceeding wisdom

Little River                               small river that flows past Fērmĕn

Little Shim­rēng                       see: Shim­rēng River

Lītz Cădĕrs                             see: Gap of Rōm

Living Labyrinth                     see: Emerald Labyrinth

Lōgōlŏn, General                    {H.Ĕ.} (faith + beardless); one of Hīănthĕlŭss Ēlf‑generals; broke his leg in battle

Lone Tor                                   a lone outcropping of rock in which Skēba the Ancient makes her lair

Longfall                                    Lē Gōn Gōlēdd {H.Ĕ.} (the great cascade), a mighty waterfall or Spĭndal-Rītz Tōna Māfĕrē {H.Ĕ.} (Thunder From Water); about two leagues south of rqāvēă where the Shim­rēng flows from the Highland Steppe over the High Bluff and falls some 400 fathoms, or 2400 feet, to the southward Lowland Steppe below; beside it is the Ancient Stair, Lōth Kōrikstr

Lōrbrg, General                     {Ō.T.} (west + tooth); general of the 1000 Lōr­karăth­ēăn Ōgres (Westerlanders) in the Battle of Oakenford Fields under General Bōr­oxĕn (and Ăzma­ds)

Lōrēĕn                                       {H.Ĕ.} God (God/maker/creator [sg. masculine & neuter]); Chăn­tōr {L.D.}

                                                   Lōrēăn [pl.] {H.Ĕ.} (Creators); Gods; the Creators (Gods / creators / makers [pl. masculine & neuter]); Chăn­tōrn {L.D.}

                                                   Lōrĭn-Lōrēĕn = {H.Ĕ.} Goddess (feminine-God/maker/creator [sg. feminine]); Chăn­mhēks {L.D.} (Life-Lady)

                       Ăōsĕrō        =  {H.Ĕ.} (beginning + ending); the Primal Lord; the Ancient One; the Ancient Lord; First of All Things or Beings; from Whose thoughts all things have sprung

                       Ă՟căȳth   =  the image of Ăōsĕrōs Thoughts in the Mirror of Time, created by the Ancient One to keep Him company; Ă՟căȳth torn into quarters by Ăōsĕrō in frustration

                       Quadratics     =                                        Ăth, th, Căth, and Ȳth, {H.Ĕ.} (Fact, Deceit, Beauty, and Evil); the four Quadratics created when Ăōsĕrō tore Ă՟căȳth into quarters; the Four Quarters of Ă՟căȳth; the Ōth Lōrēăn {H.Ĕ.} (the Four Creators); the Gods of the Four Realms

                       Octants      =  Lēb­ĕn-Lōr­ē­ăn (Lē Lēb­ĕn-Lōr­ē­ăn Dī Ăntēqwēm Tōna Fōrtla {H.Ĕ.} (the Makers of Something From Nothing) or Lĕ Lĕbĭn-Lŏrĭnĕ Tĭ Ăntĕqŭĕm Tŏnă Fŏrtŭlă {E.Ĕ.} (the Makers of Something From Nothing); called the Ancient Lōrēăn after the Divine War; High Lōrēăn; the Creators; Children of Ăōsĕrō; First Thoughts of the Primal Lord; separated that which exists from the Void, creating the Ambits; male and female twin-counterparts:

                                     Ăthĕrēăn & Ăthālēăn  =  He—the Erudite & She—the Patient; the Neutral Lōrēăn; dwell in the Tĕrĕstrēăl Ambits

                                     thĕrēăn & thālēăn     =        He—Most Powerful & She—Most Beguiling; the Malevolent Lōrēăn; dwell in the Ăqēăl Ambits

                                     Căthĕrēăn & Căth­ālēăn  =        He—Most Handsome & She—Most Alluring; the Benevolent Lōrēăn; dwell in the Ǣstrēăl Ambits

                                     Ȳthĕrēăn & Ȳthālēăn   =  He—the Wicked & She—the Shrewd; the Wicked Lōrēăn; dwell in the rdĕntēăl Ambits

                Pentatics =  the Ancient Lōrēăn; the Ancient Pentatics; the High Lōrēăn; the Benevolent Lōrēăn & the Malevolent Pentatic or Malevolent Lōrĭn-Lōrēĕn

                                     Dī Ōmond                      =  once thĕrēăn; Asvēăns and Asrēăns worshipped Him; exists no more; created the birds of Ĭndrēl

                                     rxē                                =  once Ȳthālēăn; neutral Goddess; created the Low Dwrves who they call, the Wise Mother; wields rxēs Axe created first the planktons and algae and then the plants of Ĭndrēl

                                     Dēvīnēs                        =  once Ăthālēăn; created the Elder Ĕlves

                                     Fēnŭs                              =  once Căth­ālēăn; Queen of Fertility; Fēnŭsēăn; Fēnŭs Căth­ālēăn, Most Alluring; Ēsēs {H.Ĕ.}; Āsāōs {W.T.}; Creator of the Hălfĕn Race; sprung of the First Thoughts of the Primal Lord; has a temple at West Quartershīre; created first the fishes of the ocean and the rivers; created the animals that inhabit Ĭndrēl  

                                     The Nameless One       =  once thālēăn {H.Ĕ.} (divine variant of Deceiver); Ĭximālēfăctōr; the Betrayer; Queen of the Seas; Malevolent Lōrĭn-Lōrēĕn; Dark Deity; [Ōthmx or Rrhm Ōthmx {L.D.} (Dread Ōthmx), though never uttered aloud]; Lē Lthĕlbĕrlēs {H.Ĕ.} (the fell + ambitious [fem.]); Lĕ Lthĭlbĭrlĕs {E.Ĕ.} (the fell + ambitious [fem.]); The One, She is called by those who follow Her dark desires; deceived and devoured three of Her brothers: Ăthĕrēăn, Căthĕrēăn & Ȳthĕrēăn; thrown out of Ĭndrēl for 1000 years, banished to the Void; worshiped by the Foul Races; created the Dră­gōns and other Foul Races; created molds and other simple life forms

Lōrĭnflōra                                 (Flutter); Lōrĭnflōrēā [pl.]; small white creature resembling a white bird (whi