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Belief is the answer. The territory of Lan Lumen fell almost five thousand years ago to the forces of the Dark One’s Lieutenant, the Dark Seneschal. A being from another realm of existence Using his Flawed, his Dark Flow, and his Bone Strippers he exterminated the Halfling race, trapped the Holys and then exterminated the Human race. Permanently unbalancing the Earth Mother and this Realm of existence. Using the conquered six Prime Races of the Dark from already conquered Lan Atriam against the remaining four Prime Races of the Light he systematically attacked and destroyed or occupied each of their Ancestral Homes crumbling their power and weakening the Earth Mother even more. The Faerie Grove was destroyed , it’s Archnoid sunk into the swamp. Crushing the Faerie and scattering them across the South Lands to fend for themselves. The Halfling City of Dulamar became the Dark Seneschal’s capital and the Halfling Archnode was encased in stone. The City of the Gnomes ,Wiseholm Rectory was occupied and enslaved. But the Archnode was hidden and remains undiscovered to this day. The Elven Ancestral fortress of Mia Tera fought bravely but with out her allies she eventually fell. The Elven Royals were able to escape and fled to the Secluded Vale in the Barrier Mountains where they remain hidden. But Mia Tera was Occupied by the Dark Ones and her Archnode covered from the Earth Mothers Eyes. Domitable the Great Dwarven Fortress fought on for five seasons they resisted till they were betrayed from within and the fortress fell. It too is now occupied and it’s Archnode hidden from the light. Of all the Ancestral Homes of the Prime Races of the Light only Atalan the Ancestral Home of the Humans remains untouched. Though not for lack of trying. Atalan is protected by Hawser and the other five Ore Guardians. when the Dark Seneschal attacked. Hawser alone defeated them in short order. The Seneschal sent his Flawed his Dark Flow and even his elite Bone Strippers, all creatures not of this realm, and Hawser defeated them. Finally the Dark Seneschal decided since there were no more Humans and the Ore Guardians had to stay near Atalan. There was no threat here and he withdrew. The Humans were gone from the realm so the Atalan Archnode dimmed and ceased to function as well. Even the Human’s allies the Wolves and the Gryphons pulled back from any conflict to their strong places. The Wolves staying to their traditional hunting grounds and the Gryphons to their plateau aerie fading completely from the memory of many. The attack was efficient and succeeded. Lan Lumen became the Dark Seneschal’s to do with as he pleased. But he had made one error. When he destroyed the Halflings and before the final battle with the Humans he cast a spell to trap the Holys the spiritual guide for each of the twelve Prime Races. He however mistakenly believed that because the Halflings were extinct their Holy was dead as well. His casting trapped eleven of the Holys, but there were still twelve. Since each Holy was trapped where he or she was at the time of the casting The Earth Mother, her powers dwindling, was only able to hide their location from the Dark Seneschal. He knows the are trapped but not where to find them. But he searches. For five thousand years he searches. Because he knows the killing of a Holy is an imbalance the Earth Mother can never repair. When a Holy dies she is gone forever. An Elven princess of both warrior and spiritual cast, a Faerie Swords Master and three Tarc, disgraced ones who accompany them hoping to reach achieved status and gain the honored rank of Arc, and the last Holy. These six form a team. Their task is to find and then expedite the repopulation of Lan Lumen with Humans. A realm where some animals are as intelligent as the Prime Races. Where oceans are bodies of water and seas are living things. Where creatures of legend and prehistory live. The realm of the ancient scholar Dar

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