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The Realms of Eilarûn

as documented by the travels and
collected lore of Qelurand the Last



The Calendars of Eilarûn
A Brief Timeline of Eilarûn

The Age of Fire (until AI -9976)
The Passage of Olbrin (AI -9976 to -6975)
The Days of Gods (AI -6975 to -3629)
Lhasbelauth, The Wars of Abscission (AI -3629 to 109 AI)
The Quiet Spring (109 AI to present)



The Fey

Elves, the migrant cultivators
Aothí and Erdùsig, feyfolk who followed the elves

The Dying Folk

Dwarves, the first, and last, native race of Eilarûn
Išullu, the ghostfolk
Men, refugees from the east

The Noerglein

Blacklanders, feral men of the Blacklands
Gawrdr, the giants of Eilarûn
Gobl’iin, locusts of the Blacklands
Unuuĝ, or “coldskins”, beasts of the Winterlands

The Lost Races

Eiluthîn, the ancient masters of Eilarûn
Dragons, exterminated by the elves



Domains of Eilarûn

Kingdoms and Forests of the Elves
Dwarven Godveins and Greathalls
City-States and Tribal Nations of Men
What is Known of the Fallen Kingdoms

Physical Geographies and Bounds of Eilarûn

The Silent Forests
The Autumn Barrier
The Great Sea and The Northern or Crystal Sea
The Hollows of Kiapaht, or the Underdark

The Realms Beyond

The Known Cosmology
Theories of the Realms Beyond



The volgjða, animist spirits of the Eifwele
The Selûr, dead deities from the high ages of elves
The Kiapaht Nah, the dwarven godveins
The Gišhurru, the išullu goddesses
Common beliefs amongst the tribes of men

The Ilungir, protective city deities

The Mhudwia of the gawrdr
Theories on Blacklander beliefs



The Ildranaegh Expedition

Shadows of the Northern Forests

Ardent Fires



Known and Active Organizations
Inactive Organizations



Eilarûnian Glossary
List and Dates of the Wars of Eilarûn

Literature of the Realms
Common Forms of Portable Wealth
Known Magic Items and Mythic Artifacts

Homebrew Rules, Races, and Classes
Index of Uluun and Natural Monsters

Blogroll, Source, and Related Miscellanea

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