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Journal Excerpt Seven

Our friend Tolsarian has led
us from Kelethin deeper into
the Faydark to the High Elf,
or Koada'Dal as they are
called in their own tongue,
city of Felwithe. I must say
compared to the tree city of
Kelethin, Felwithe is indeed a
splendid sight to behold. It's
white walls and palaces
soaring high above the canopy
of the forest. I am surprised
to find that the Koada'Dal are
much taller than their
Fier'Dal relatives, their
complexion is much paler and
their hair and eyes the colors
of the stars and skies instead
of the earth and trees. We
received a far less hospitable
welcome to the city of the
High Elves than we had



received in Kelethin. The
guards at the cities gate
questioned Tolsarian for quite
some time and looked over
each member of my company
thoroughly before admitting us
within the outer walls. Once
inside the city proper it
became apparent that while
the Feir'Dal are wise, the
Koada'Dal are the intelligent
branch of the elven family. I
have beheld wonders in this
city beyond any I have
imagined. In the northern
quarter of the city is a tower
where the elven sorcerers
study and store their magical
tomes. If only I could gain
admittance to the tower and
browse the texts myself.

Journal Excerpt Eight




A member of my company has
acquired a set of High Elven
tomes that he claims have
come from the tower of the
Keepers of the Art, the
name the Koada'Dal sorcerers
have given to themselves.
He has not mentioned how
the books came to be in his
possession and I dare not
ask until we are far beyond
the gates of this city.
Tolsarian has agreed to take
us through the Faydark to the
borders of the Steamfont
Mountains, home of the
Gnomes, creatures of distant
relation to the dwarves of
Butcherblock. I do not look
forward to another stay in a
subterranean city but from
what I have heard of the
gnomes, the discomfort may
be rewarded with knowledge



pertaining to my interests. I
am also eager to be away
from the condescending
nature of the Koada'Dal,
despite the magnificence of
their city and the wonders
they possess.
Some of my company find
my reaction to the demeanor
of the high elves to be amusing but I do not share
in their humor.

Journal Excerpt Nine

The Steamfont Mountains are
unlike any mountain range I
have beheld. Great geysers
jettison steam and scalding
water into the air and mist
and fog blankets the ground
and sky. Tolsarian has left
our company for the time
being and will await our
return at a small elven



outpost in the Faydark not
far from the borders of
Steamfont. I have begun
research to decipher the
texts that were acquired in
Felwithe but fear that what
few tomes I have brought with
me on the journey are not
sufficient for proper study
and I will not likely make
much progress with the elven
texts until I am able to
return to my study in Qeynos.


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Journal Excerpt Seven

Our friend, Tolsarian, has led us from Kelethin deeper into the Faydark to the high elf, or Koada’Dal as they are called in their own tongue, city of Felwithe. I must say, compared to the tree city of Kelethin, Felwithe is indeed a splendid sight to behold - its white walls and palaces soaring high above the canopy of the forest. I am surprised to find that the Koada’Dal are much taller than their Fier’Dal relatives. Their complexion is much paler and their hair and eyes the colors of the stars and skies instead of the earth and trees. We received a far less hospitable welcome to the city of the high elves than we had received in Kelethin. The guards at the city’s gate questioned Tolsarian for quite some time and looked over each member of my company thoroughly before admitting us within the outer walls. Once inside the city proper, it became apparent that, while the Feir’Dal are wise, the Koada’Dal are the intelligent branch of the elven family. I have beheld wonders in this city beyond any I have imagined. In the northern quarter of the city is a tower where the elven sorcerers study and store their magical tomes. If only I could gain admittance to the tower and browse the texts myself.

Journal Excerpt Eight

A member of my company has acquired a set of high elven tomes that he claims have come from the tower of the Keepers of the Art, the name the Koada’Dal sorcerers have given to themselves. He has not mentioned how the books came to be in his possession and I dare not ask until we are far beyond the gates of this city.

Tolsarian has agreed to take us through the Faydark to the borders of the Steamfront Mountains, home of the gnomes – creatures of distant relation to the dwarves of Butcherblock. I do not look forward to another stay in a subterranean city, but from what I have heard of the gnomes, the discomfort may be rewarded with knowledge pertaining to my interests. I am also eager to be away from the condescending nature of the Koada’Dal, despite the magnificence of their city and the wonders they possess.

Some of my company find my reaction to the demeanor of the high elves to be amusing, but I do not share in their humor.

Journal Excerpt Nine

The Steamfront Mountains are unlike any mountain range I have beheld. Great geysers jettison steam and scalding water into the air and mist and fog blankets the ground and sky. Tolsarian has left our company for the time being and will await our return at a small elven outpost in the Faydark, not far from the borders of Steamfront. I have begun research to decipher the texts that were acquired in Felwithe, but fear that what few tomes I have brought with me on the journey are not sufficient for proper study and I will not likely make much progress with the elven texts until I am able to return to my study in Qeynos.
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