Annotations, II – The Ninth Account: Sprők

'S i a'mhearr mor dő se meoirchill eann crèig na'mor. ........My fear is darker than my own shadow. It is here where the narrator begins to indulge in a particularly favourite pastime of his: that of multifashioned Speech and those happily affiliated with its diverse forms. Of course, one cannot even begin to recount all [...]

Annotations, II – The Eighth Account: Of Eyes and Bloods

Prominent traits exhibit themselves among the races - various bloodlines have diverged to the point where such physical and ability traits can often point one in the direction of his general ancestors; among the most notable concerns the eyes of those with some measure of Glimmdrad heritage, but others will be noted as well. The [...]

The Flight of Faelön

Being the first leod, to wit, the first spoken ballad, of the tale of Þrar, King of Hrethendawn, and his seed and of their war against the fell forces of Duzk-ccyrak.  A pæyre of wings and gilded sword,  a Torith stone of Gildmedran,  adorned the belt she so oft wore,  a hoar upon her gold-flecked hæyre,  and light born in the talisman.  In eyes of silvery blue and [...]