Chronicles of the Dawnblade
The verdant realm of Avelorn is among the most ancient of Eldara’s kingdoms. A vast magical forest bathed in the warm light of eternal summer. Avelorn is land of great cultural significance to the Sun Elves. Since the dawn of time of time, this idyllic land has been ruled by the line of Coronals.The trees, glades, rivers and even the earth of Avelorn are suffused with potent magic. These wards and spells, many of which are nearly as old as Eldara itself, serve both to protect the woodland kingdom and also to preserve its verdant beauty. The forests are filled with growth and life.
Avelorn is also the realm of the Coronal, the co-ruler of Eldara, and fro, his seat at the City of Songs, he commands and communes with the deepest spirits of the realm to ensure Eldara continued endurance. No city can compare to the City of Songs. Magic flows within the surroundign air, water and land. The city and realm of Avelorn prospered for centuries under the protection of Correlan Larethian. To become a native of the City of Songs is a matter of prestige, a number of villages and smaller settlements of elves nestled about the trees around the City of Songs.
As the mythal-cloaked City of Song grew in prominence many questioned how its wonders could be shared with others. As one eloquent young elf writer penned, The Coronals dream is too great to be limited to one city and one realm. We must take this message of peace through unity and magic and found other, sister cities, to show all the Realms that the dream is worth dreaming. And so,colonies and connections were made all across the Realms.
with all these colonies and allied settlements growing slowly and steadily across the centuries, the dream grew. By the early sixth century, the Coronal and the High Mages established gates to link these many places with their spiritual and magical home in City of Songs. Most were controlled gates, their use contingent on connections within both cities. These gates serve the Coronals dream well, drawing the tribes of lands even farther afield together.