The Goblin Wars began with the rise of the Empire of Belatu. The Empire was started by his twin sons. The Empire expanded conquering other Kingdoms (Tribes of the Elves and their leaders – Elven Kings.)

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Coraniaid – The Dwarves


The Coraniaid were one of the races (along with the Elves) to escape the cataclysm. They were significantly shorter than the Elvish people, but were none the less the same species.

The Elves of ??briton?? believed they had supernatural hearing, and could hear any word spoken in the wind. This was untrue, but was based on the fact that they had caves in the mountains of ???scotland???? and they had a very effective surveillance system. Spying, in the Corniaid culture, was however regarded the lowest station in their society.

The Corniaid race has essentially no longer been existent since around the middle of the third age of Elves (30’000CE). This was mainly due to inter-racial breeding with other races. Notably; Elves and Trolls. This was however also impacted by the casualties suffered during the time of the Goblin Wars.

Most of the race-specific traits of the Corniaid (notably their diminutive stature and copper red hair) are recessive (see: recessive genes). There are still occurrences of dual pairings of these genes in Elves today though, and by no means did the Corniaid become extinct.

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The Great Circle

Before the council of Wizards, the Land of Faerie was ruled by Kings.

In the Magic Book of the Elves, it says that the first elf, Jack the storyteller of the tree, was the first King of the Faeries. He then shared out three quaters of the land of Faerie between his three children.

They were the Queen of Faerie, the King of Goblin and the King of Elves. Together, with their father, they were said to be the four rulers of the Elements and the four directions.

They each had two children, and Jack was said to be reborn from his own seed. When these children had grown up, and drunken the “nectar of the World Tree”, the Four kingdoms were divided amongst their children. They were known as the Seven Kings of the Forest.

This was because when they were given their kingdoms, they each built a house (temple) from the wood of a different tree.

The children of the Seven Kings of the Forest became the founders of the tribes of the Elves, The first Kings of the Elven tribes. When the Seven Kings of the Forest died, their own children held a contest to see who become the new King of the tribe.

They were the strongest and bravest and often the wisest of their tribe. They bore the banner of their tribe, and it was said that each of them embodied the spirit of their tribe.

Together they formed the great circle of the Elves, and they gathered together as the great circle to celebrate the festival of the bells.

Most famous of the Kings (tribes) was the Raven King

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First Council of Wizards


The first council of Wizards (Druids) was formed at the begining of the second Age of Elves (20’000CE: Elvish/ 10’000BC: Human).

The four Grand Wizards of the Elvish Druids built a giant stone circle. There gathered the twelve Kings of the Faery Kingdom. (See: The Round Temple “Magician’s Table”, the 12 Knights of the Circle and the 4 Grand Wizards of the Elements)

In that time the Lands of the Elves stretched from the sea’s of Tirnanog to the west, at the edge of the world in Albia the Land of the four Dragons of Faerie. As far south as the land of Iberes (of the Dragon Ebro) beyond the Mountains of  to the Amanecer sea, where the Land of Elves meets the Old Kingdom. As far east as the Alpas Mountins, both on the edge of the Old Kingdom, beyond the Atapuerca Mountains and as far North as the frozen wastelands of the Great Wolf Avel Bleiz.

(Elves: see also Elv; Old Kingdom – The Prittanoi, the Painted Men).

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