The Lay of the Land
“I love this land…more, I think, than the people within it. I have wandered upon its rolling downs and crossed over its misty moors. I’ve trekked along it’s winding alpine berms and spotted wood elves within its glens. I’ve followed its sleepy brooks through enchanted woodlands and once seen pixies dancing in the moonlight of an unnamed glade. I have slain a Troll crossing a murky ford in the swamps of Edalberith. I have known the bitterness of its winters and the glory of its Spring. In all my wanderings I have found this land to be true. Brutal sometimes, beautiful often, but always in the end, true.”
—Illendra Etheborne, Ranger and Proprietor of The Falcon’s Nest.