On Caerycal

“Sangrar has many ghosts, Jerilyn.  It comes from being an ancient world and host to many legends.  Once, I looked for the Sword in the ashes of Elrasirre, but the ghosts of the Living City bid me leave.  I never went back and now the Elvetur is long gone and Elrasirre’s ashes have scattered in the wind.”  Kandol Elf Lord

On Dragons

“Don’t look so surprised by the mention of Dragons, Jerilyn.  I know that a few of the wyrms made lairs on Fanar but most, like me, preferred Tyrnavalle’s solitude, even those spawned by Davyrma.  I suppose I do feel some distant kinship with them, their heritage comes from the Lord of the Spires just as mine does, but I am no more their cousin than you are the butterfly’s.  And, before you ask, I do not hold a grudge against the Seeress for her judgment against my Grandfather.  He got what he deserved for circumventing Finbardin’s will.  In the end, it worked out for the best.  In fulfilling their doom, Dracoris and Davyrma served Finbardin’s will as their father would not.  To tell the truth, I’d tip my hat to the Seeress if I were wearing one.  Her prophetic gaze looked far into the future when she thwarted Harnor.”  The Wizard of the Blue Lagoon

On Ardyval

“After Emerre slew the barbarian warlord Korak, the legionnaires of Sangrithar searched the hills for Avara’s son, Ardyval, but came up empty-handed.  For thirteen centuries, the line was believed lost and Priest-Kings ruled the City of the Golden Star, bringing an age of prosperity undreamed of.  But, unbeknownst to all, the child prince was rescued from the battlefield by an unnamed benefactor who took him to Pel Aesylle.  Kandol Elf Lord raised Ardyval and his heirs, though they remained ignorant of their heritage until Ataryl, the last of the heirs in hiding, learned the truth.  He came out of hiding in Sangrithar’s hour of need, defeated the Shadow Lord and became the first God-Emperor.”   Jerilyn of Colcester