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8/8/2011 14:23:06   
Elryn

Custodian (DFGD)


As you walk along the dark corridors of the Grand Library, dancing fireflies lightly guiding your way, you turn left on a bend and come up to a clearing amongst the bookcases, a pedestal erected in the middle. Upon the pedestal lies an old oblong book which the fireflies, in their own sleepy, light ways, seem to take interest, gliding past you and dancing around it. Seeing as nothing other than the all too present bookcases, you approach the book. Nearing the book, you realize it is much larger than first thought. Three feet long and two feet wide, you feel strangely the book to be great as the oldest tree in the forest is largest, all bound in leather and iron. Forged or carved, you do not know, such is the intricacy of the ironwork. They converge on the front into a circle donned with a familiar symbol. The insignia of your homeland.

The book is locked and shut tight. Looking up, a worn key tinged bronze upon a thread hangs. You look tentatively at it for a moment then grab it. Turning the key in the lock, you hear an audible click and the book opens. Light flashes and blinds. All in an instant, a flood of stories, tales and lore rush through your mind. A story you recognize as one of your youth. An old tale, but told differently. More fully, more detailed, as if told by someone who first witness it. The story of a farmer who bears the same name as a town you never wonder much about. A detail account of the growth of a small village which you come to realize is the description of the old part of your home town. So many tales, so much lore, so much...

You open your eyes. The twilight of the Grand Library is just as it was mere moments ago, or what you believe was moments ago. The book under your eyes is empty. The damp and gentle fireflies' glow fills empty pages, bound to the book's spine. A tinged of disappointment creeps into your thoughts. Perhaps what happened moments ago had been nothing but an idle dream. You are about to turn when a feather drops gently into your sight. White with a long, soft tail. A metal point freshly ink. You peer at the book again, it glows in a soft moonlight glow. It waits.

What tales will you archive?



Greetings and welcome to the Dragonfable Archiving Thread.

This thread is used to archive and preserve forum lore of the Dragonfable. Has a dev revealed new interesting information on in-game lore? Quote it here so that it may be kept. Players may quote and post said lore in this thread as long as they follow the quoting format and guidelines outlines below:

  • Basic quote

    N.B. Quotes must come from a reliable source. To this end, please quote only staff (exlcuding context).

    First, include the date at which the post of the quote was made. Include a bit of context on the post. If you can, link a screenshot of the post in question.

    Example of a basic quote :

    quote:

    27th July 2010: Geo on DF in-game time (I edited a lot of extra info out of this quote).

    quote:

    Keep in mind that time in DF does not match up to real lief. With how the game is set up, with most areas being scaled, new players can choose to go anywhere they want to start. They can do the storyline in any order.

    What that means is that everything's happening right now, is all kind of happening at the same time or in a relatively short amount of time. While Akriloth is in the east setting farms on fire, Thursday is being haunted by her nightmares, while the gnomes are besieged in Popsprocket, Teral is brooding by the fire in Hunter's Paradise. With a story as large and all encompassing as DragonFable is telling, it akes years to get all the players out there, to get the base line down for al the orbs (while including some cool side-chains as well)*

    *Note though, with a story as large and encompassing as DF is, we do sometimes overlook stuff. Especially with new team members coming aboard (/waves at myself and Alina) and other team members moving to different projects (/waves at Cysero).


  • Special cases

    Quote and context:

    In the event that a staff quote alone is incomplete (i.e. If a dev is answering the question of a player and his answer is unclear without reference to the player's question). The same guidelines as above apply. Additionally, quote both the staff quote and the context in order, identifying each poster.

    quote:

    Kalanyr, [date]. On Xyphos Celestin

    quote:

    ORIGINAL: SmashBrawlerX2

    Where does Xyphos stand in all this? Is he also an Archmage?(In the Warlic sense) If he is, ive often wondered why so powerful a mage was missing from the final battle with the devourer. IIRC he wasn't there when Beleqwuaya disincorporated himself


    quote:

    ORIGINAL: Kalanyr

    He's an acquaintance of Beleqwaya's. Yes. His specialty is not precisely appropriate for the magic that was being worked.



    If you are unsure or have any questions about archiving, you can always me and ask.


    Now, enough chatting, on with the archiving :



    27th July 2010: Geo on DF in-game time (I edited a lot of extra info out of this quote).

    quote:

    Keep in mind that time in DF does not match up to real lief. With how the game is set up, with most areas being scaled, new players can choose to go anywhere they want to start. They can do the storyline in any order.

    What that means is that everything's happening right now, is all kind of happening at the same time or in a relatively short amount of time. While Akriloth is in the east setting farms on fire, Thursday is being haunted by her nightmares, while the gnomes are besieged in Popsprocket, Teral is brooding by the fire in Hunter's Paradise. With a story as large and all encompassing as DragonFable is telling, it akes years to get all the players out there, to get the base line down for al the orbs (while including some cool side-chains as well)*

    *Note though, with a story as large and encompassing as DF is, we do sometimes overlook stuff. Especially with new team members coming aboard (/waves at myself and Alina) and other team members moving to different projects (/waves at Cysero).
    Credits to Wildroses

    27th July 2011: Tomix choosing to give some info on his saga:
    quote:

    You don't really know what Vaal's wish was.
    Aegis is the elemental spirit of Valour.
    The temple district of Ravenloss is unavailable until later in the futurre, Riadne being one of the possible NPC.
    Next chapter of Tomix Saga will be the last one, Envy will be the main villain, chapter with Lust is skipped since Tomix went on this one alone.
    Tomix will be more mature in the last chapter, it's happening year after the events in Ravenloss (in-game time).
    He won't have his spiritlooms anymore, he'll weave with bare hands, that's quite a thing!
    _____________________________________________________________
    That's all, no more info!
    Credits to Wildroses.

    1st August 2011: Rolith on the Build A Quest function.

    quote:

    Okay, so here's the deal guys, Between the end of chapter one and some other priorities in my coding, things have been hectic. That said, this is still a huge priority for me. it NEEDS to happen in my mind, and I'll do everything in my power to see that is does. You're going to just have to have patience.
    Credits to Wildroses

    2nd August 2011: True Mortal quoting Ghost on Summon Gems

    quote:

    They will always have "Summon Gem - name" as a name, and they will always summon a being to fight.

    They will always llook like a gem that rises up and shatters when used.

    They will always float up into the air when you find them. These characteristics help to define them as a type of item.
    Credits to Wildroses

    3rd August 2011: Tomix on Void Ships

    quote:

    Void Ship feature will probably be introduced at the beginning of the last chapter of Tomix Saga.

    (in spoilers)To be able to build it, you'll need to be on a certain level, have enough gold and do 4 quests to gather designers, builders, enchanters and crew members.
    Credits to Wildroses

    12 August 2011: Geo on the lack of similarities between Lore and Earth

    quote:

    quote:

    ORIGINAL: TheDoom
    Let's get something straight. Lore=/=Earth. Two different worlds.

    ^This. Many, many, many times this. Unless the things that go bump in the night really are darkness elementals..../goes to light some candles.
    Credits to Wildroses.


    December 9th 2011 : Warlic in DF is confirmed to be over 5000 years old

    quote:

    ORIGINAL: geopetal

    quote:

    ORIGINAL: ArchMagus Orodalf

    And Warlic is also >5000 in AQ.



    He is here too.
    Credits to ArchMagus Orodalf

    December 9th 2011 : Geopetal confirms that the king at the time Warlic was in the Swordhaven Academy was Slugwrath

    quote:

    ORIGINAL: geopetal

    quote:

    ORIGINAL: Dornalca

    Umm, why is Alteon the king here? It certainly can't be the same one, given the timeframe (Nythera quests show that he looked like he does about two hundred years ago) so is this a ancestor? Or just a glitch?


    Should be Slugwrath, not Alteon.
    Credits to ArchMagus Orodalf

    August 18th 2012: Tomix and Geopetal on elements of Chapter Two: Elemental Dissonance.

    quote:

    Here is what Geo explained in the release thread:
    spoiler:

    1. Warlic defeated his father, the original Wargoth, and eschewed/surpressed his infernal side when he overthrew his father and was thrown into Lore. In Lore, he was in human form and had to relearn how to control his powers (remember he'll explode if his mana ever fills up).
    2. He also remembered the power he used to have before, which is why he was a jerk in the Alex chain. He used to be amazing, he rebelled and then he was back to square one.
    3. When Warlic was pulled through the portal at the end of Chap.1 he was split. The Professor half was the one that saved the Atealans most recently and brought them to Lore. His infernal half, that had been suppressed for so long, went on a rampage, just like his father had.
    4. The Atealans have been terrorized twice by infernals. Once by Wargoth Sr., then again by Warlic's infernal half.
    5. Warlic just took on the name of his Father. Wargoth sounds way better then "Junior".
    6. Think of it this way. The Atealans had passed the reign of terror of Warlic's father into legend. Then, all of a sudden, a new monster appears that fits all the descriptions of the legend that they had told stories about. His infernal half is pretty much his father reborn. It was a name he was already familiar with, even if he couldn't recall exactly where.

    April 24th 2013: Tomix on the Atealans and their home planet of Somorah.

    quote:

    I'm not sure if it's explained in game, but regarding the day and night cycle, atealans measure it with knowlege of glowing plants.
    If they glow, it's night.
    If they don't, it's day.
    Once they were stuck on Somorah, atealans had to adapt. The planet had no sun nor moon, but it had a REALLY strong gravity, which made it orbit around, well, itself.
    How exactly you ask?
    Celestial magic!

    Also, atealans don't know the concept of hours.

    @DragonlordKhan - Somorah's waters were pale brown ;)


    < Message edited by Faerdin -- 4/24/2013 20:18:26 >
  • AQ  Post #: 1
    12/9/2011 22:43:52   
    ArchMagus Orodalf
    Member

    Warlic in DF is confirmed to be over 5000 years old.

    12/9/2011 22:39:41

    quote:

    ORIGINAL: geopetal

    quote:

    ORIGINAL: ArchMagus Orodalf

    And Warlic is also >5000 in AQ.


    He is here too.


    And the King during the time period in which Warlic was at the Swordhaven Academy was a Slugwrath.

    12/9/2011 22:47:25

    quote:

    ORIGINAL: geopetal

    quote:

    ORIGINAL: Dornalca

    Umm, why is Alteon the king here? It certainly can't be the same one, given the timeframe (Nythera quests show that he looked like he does about two hundred years ago) so is this a ancestor? Or just a glitch?


    Should be Slugwrath, not Alteon.


    < Message edited by ArchMagus Orodalf -- 12/9/2011 22:49:44 >
    AQ DF MQ AQW Epic  Post #: 2
    12/28/2011 14:43:04   
    Elryn

    Custodian (DFGD)


    Added.
    AQ  Post #: 3
    3/9/2012 21:41:03   
    ArchMagus Orodalf
    Member

    Moar.

    Warlic is confirmed to be "half-Infernal":

    quote:

    ORIGINAL: geopetal

    quote:

    ORIGINAL: ArchMagus Orodalf

    quote:

    ORIGINAL: geopetal

    @Master Champ

    The real life Warlic and I discussed that. He's eschewed everything that he once was and embraced his human half, but in doing so he's also had to start over. Think of how frustrating it would be to remember what you once were and have to try and control your powers again in more fragile* form.

    *relatively


    So he IS half-demon in this iteration of Lore.


    technically, half-infernal

    also, spoilers! muahahahahahaaaaa
    AQ DF MQ AQW Epic  Post #: 4
    5/29/2012 12:59:30   
    Lady_Dragonrider
    Member

    The below is a quote of what Aline once said. I had to re-write it from a Screen shot I took a long time ago. I edited out the bottom part.
    quote:

    Hi guys,

    We do acknowledge that the differences in the game stories and universes come from different writing teams. We all use the same base characters (like Artix is a Paladin, Galanoth is a dragonslyer) but in each of the games, those base characters may be slightly different, or the towns/histories etc might be. They may have similar pasts while their future actions differ. Those differences stem from the fact that different teams of writers want to tell different stories set in slightly – or vastly- different worlds. That is the out-of-character explanation.

    But we also wanted to have an in-game, in-character reason. And that is explained away with the timeline theory. For those who are concerned with the reality of the development, there is the first explanation. For those who want to lose themselves in the world of Lore without worrying about the reason behind the differences – and for a vast majority of players who only play one game, those differences don’t matter – then we have the second explanation.

    DF  Post #: 5
    8/28/2012 3:10:34   
    Cataclysm
    The fanciest of moustaches


    Via Alina, on Necromancy, 8/28/12

    quote:

    [00:00] <Alina> In AE's necromancy, it involves the spirit orbs.
    [00:00] <Alina> The pan-Lore lore on that was recently clarified.
    [00:00] <Cataclysm> So that's canon for all of AE's timelines, AQ, DF, MQ, and AQW?
    [00:01] <Alina> Yep.
    AQ DF MQ  Post #: 6
    12/2/2012 13:03:11   
      Dwelling Dragonlord

    ArchKnight AQ Pedia / OOC / L&L


    Artix, 11/28/2012 20:13:59

    quote:

    I.) The Slugwrath name
    This is not actually the correct surname... the actual name is never allowed to be spoken. The real name is a secret and merely speaking the word would bring about unended horrors. As a venomous joke, a word that is similar to the actual name, "Slugwrath" is used throughout the games.

    II.) Order of the Games
    Remember, we build our games backwards. Mostly to be crazy and odd. Here is how the timeline goes
    1st MechQuest (5000 years in the past)
    2nd DragonFable (5 years in the past)
    3rd AdventureQuest (Current)
    4rthish-itgetsweird.... AQWorlds (All of the timelines merged into one due to Galanoth slaying the Eternal Dragon of Time. So, also current.)

    III.) Drakath's Story
    Drakath is by far the most interesting character in our universe. His Father is indeed the evil King/Kingadent Slugwrath who was overthrown by the warrior who is now known as the good King Alteon. As a deposed Prince, Drakath was bitter and believed the throne was rightfully his. So he formed the Darkwolf Bandits and attempted to take back his Kingdom by force. His terrible acts lead him to serving the DoomKnight Sepulchure. This made for an exceptionally odd combination if you know Sepulchure's backstory. Sepulchure used Drakath as a tool to recruit a cast of villains who previously served Drakath's Father (Xan, Sekduat, the Ospray Cove Pirates, etc.) Let it be known that Drakath had many opportunities to give up his thirst for power and side with good -- and destroy all of the forces of evil in the process. One of the many chances he has included the missed romance between himself and the Ranger, Robina. There is no small irony that if Drakath had followed his heart, and it had lead to marriage... he would have likely ended up as King due to Robina's secret double identity as the Princess Victoria. (I do not think this story has ever been told... if not, I hope it is one day.)


    Ultimately, when victory was in the grasp of the evil forces, Drakath betrayed Sepulchure. The horrifying sequence of events that followed turned Drakath into Dragon of Darkness (which was supposed to line up with his role as the Darkness Dragon in the classic AdventureQuest) Drakath was killed. Well... he should have died. Something else happened. You will not find out exactly what until the end of AQWorld's overarching storyline. But he was "chosen" and became the Champion of Chaos.
    AQ DF AQW  Post #: 7
    12/6/2012 8:43:20   
      Dwelling Dragonlord

    ArchKnight AQ Pedia / OOC / L&L


    Tomix talking about Aegis/SoulAllies. 10/31/2012

    quote:

    Aegis is an Elemental Spirit of Valour. He was once a brave soulweaver who, abandoned by his companions, died in an ice lake. That's why his element is ice. Nope, you can't change it.
    ChaosWeaver class will be sold for DCs by Secundus, a Corrupted Elemental Spirit of...no no, I won't tell that yet. His element will be fire.


    Tomix on the Equilibrium Gate in Chapter 3. 11/6/2012

    quote:

    A lot has happened in Ravenloss these past few years. It's now "habitable", chaosweavers no longer live down there, the curse has been lifted, it's also a shelter for magical creatures and humans. Unfortunatelly, the Equilibrium Gate can not be closed, the Void is "bleeding" through it.
    And a certain corrupted spirit is threatening the Void!
    AQ DF AQW  Post #: 8
    6/8/2013 19:38:17   
    Jorath

    ArchKnight DF Pedia/EC/Strat/CFG&H


    Tomix, regarding elemental spirits. 8 June 2013

    quote:

    Aegis did have a shield before, he summoned it to boost our defences in battle, if i remember correctly. He just didn't carry it with him.
    Aegis was a soulweaver when he was alive, but when he died, he obtained powers based on what person he was when he was still living. He was a human who helped and protected others. He wasn't much of a fighter, more of a defender.
    You will learn a bit about him once Pellow Village is explorable :)
    No elemental spirits use spiritlooms, if you've noticed, they gain certain powers after becoming spirits.


    Picture of Tomix's post. -Faerdin

    < Message edited by Faerdin -- 6/8/2013 19:40:45 >
    AQ DF MQ  Post #: 9
    6/19/2013 13:58:27   
    Elryn

    Custodian (DFGD)


    Tomix, regarding SoulAllies and the Four Soulweaver Families, 19th of June 2013

    quote:

    Each of the 4 families use Elemental Spirits, in certain ways.
    When a Soulweaver create a bond with an Elemental Spirit, he starts calling him his "SoulAlly".
    ChaosWeavers, SoulSmiths and Murks call their Elemental Spirits "friends" differently.


    AQ  Post #: 10
    9/10/2014 4:13:54   
      Dwelling Dragonlord

    ArchKnight AQ Pedia / OOC / L&L


    Tomix on Mortem.

    quote:

    ORIGINAL: https://twitter.com/TomixDF/status/501744583316082688

    No plans for an explorable Mortem right now. This town in on a different continent after all.

    @TomixDF All right~. Am I allowed to ask what style of architecture/sort of climate Mortem would have then?

    @Tybira Imagine a small, fantasy scandinavian village.


    Tomix on parts of the new map.

    quote:

    ORIGINAL: https://twitter.com/TomixDF/status/509114874836705280

    Fun fact: village of Mortem, Tomix's hometown, is located somewhere on this part of the map!

    https://pbs.twimg.com/media/BxC9R46CIAAi0vE.png


    quote:

    ORIGINAL: https://twitter.com/TomixDF/status/509316308035715072

    This mountain chain is called the "Cloud's Edge". Mountains there are so big that "they pierce the sky itself."

    https://pbs.twimg.com/media/BxF0e0zIUAAEc4K.png


    quote:

    ORIGINAL: https://twitter.com/TomixDF/status/509381880005677056

    A small tribe of cave moglins live on this part of the archipelago.

    https://pbs.twimg.com/media/BxGwHpCCAAA3Tjc.png
    AQ DF AQW  Post #: 11
    11/30/2014 17:59:53   
    Flamehead 12
    Member

    Ash, on organizations
    quote:

    I should also point out several issues that were raised that are not in line with already established in game lore. Some of these arguments are false and have caused issues when they shouldn't have.


    quote:

    The Guardians are for general protection


    False. The Guardian order was founded to protect each elemental orb. Their duty does not extend past that to defend anything but those orbs. As they failed in that duty they no longer hold any sort of responsiblity except to the members of their own order.


    quote:

    The Paladins for the undead


    The Paladin order's, and yes there are multiple, do not hold unlimited power and resourses to stop all undead. Each one may defend a certain area but they also are not the end all be all defense against all undead. They will assist but they are not meant to take on every undead everywhere. There simply are not enough.


    quote:

    The Dragon Lords to deal with the Dragons


    The Dragon Lords also do not deal with every single Dragon. They are meant to deal with some issues but as we have seen with Akriloth, they do not involve themselves at all times.


    quote:

    and the Hero for all of the above and everything else.


    Only when we are around to secure and deal with the threat. The Hero was not in the picture while he was frozen and large issues did come up and were dealt with.


    quote:

    The Rose controls the administration, the borders, probably also welfare and whatnot. You can't replace these all so easily.


    They do not control everything nor do they have the authority of the king himself. While they have his blessing he STILL maintains the authority to disband them at his leisure. He has not due to the fact that his subjects have suffered at the hands of magical threats for years and only damage control was done. If enough horrible acts are documented and brought to his attention the damage they do would more than outweigh the benefit they provide and they would be eliminated. The hero has only seen a few examples of the rose as a whole and as such does not have the full picture. A few bad apples do spoil the barrel, and in time can infect the rest, but that doesn't mean everything is bad. Some of the more "destructive" parts may be weeded out over time.
    AQ DF MQ AQW Epic  Post #: 12
    3/25/2015 18:42:46   
      Dwelling Dragonlord

    ArchKnight AQ Pedia / OOC / L&L


    geopetal on the doom weapons and Serenity.

    quote:

    ORIGINAL: http://forums2.battleon.com/f/tm.asp?m=21946704&mpage=1&key=�

    The Mysterious Stranger had stacks of minor doom weapons made in addition to the major ones for... nefarious reasons.


    quote:

    ORIGINAL: http://forums2.battleon.com/f/tm.asp?m=21943208&mpage=27&key=�

    Every Doom weapon has a spirit from the Darkness Realm infused in it, even the minor ones. Caitiff was the one in that particular weapon that Serenity found in the attic.


    quote:

    ORIGINAL: http://forums2.battleon.com/f/tm.asp?m=21943208&mpage=27&key=�

    If you have a Doom weapon, you're totally carrying something infused with a spirit from the Darkness Realm. It has it's own name and everything. It might be Erebos, or Cary, or Efa, or Frank.


    quote:

    ORIGINAL: http://forums2.battleon.com/f/tm.asp?m=21943208&mpage=26&key=�

    @neora5 - The Mysterious Stranger made the major 5 Doom Weapons and then lesser doomies to sell to heroes. Each one is infused with a spirit from the Darkness Realm.


    quote:

    ORIGINAL: http://forums2.battleon.com/f/tm.asp?m=21943945&mpage=4&key=�

    In order to reform himself, Valtrith needed an innocent soul. Serenity is someone who's been nice, welcoming, and innocent the entire time she's been in game. She threw out the Doom Weapons she found when she first opened the Inn. She was pretty much one of the most incorruptible characters. He needed to do something so evil that, in one shot, he would create an evil artifact worthy of the others that were used to summon him. So he killed and then ended up corrupting the incorruptible.
    AQ DF AQW  Post #: 13
    7/12/2015 12:55:51   
    Shadows Morgenstern
    Member

    This thread kind of needs more life, will try and add stuff here that isn't in DF's Lore questions threads.

    Ash, on Doom and Destiny weapons, 7/12/2015 14:42:08

    quote:

    Original: http://forums2.battleon.com/f/tm.asp?m=22002763&mpage=2&key=�

    Ok, there are two different types of Destiny Weapons. One is made with Spirit Orbs, the ones you get from Artix because he can't do anything else. These function similarly to the other type because it's just good spirits inhabiting a weapon that are enhancing your power. The other Destiny weapons are ones like Ash's weapon. They are inhabited by a spirit that enhances the powers of their wielder and create a bond of trust and protection with them. Both weapon types do this therefore both are Destiny weapons. The way you get yours are by Artix removing the evil corrupting spirit and asking Spirit Orbs to inhabit the weapon and trust you. You do almost the same thing to make one from scratch. Ask a good elemental spirit, or other orbs, to inhabit a plain weapon and bond with you.

    The problem is knowing how to do that and knowing the right spirits to ask. No, just any old light won't work because they all don't understand how to both bond with a weapon AND give the benefits to you as a wielder. Even fewer people actually understand or even KNOW how to talk to spirit orbs and you are not able to learn that. The skill needed to make a Destiny Weapon are beyond the hero because they aren't something you just learn from a random person who will train you in something. Even soul smithing, while close and could lead to it, doesn't automatically mean "oh I can just go make Destiny Weapon's now". Specific circumstances, specific spirits, specific knowledge set needed.

    Doom and Destiny weapons aren't just random things like you all are thinking. Just because the hero has access to them doesn't mean everyone and their grandmother does. If that was the case the entire planet would be full of people using them. I can count on one hand the number of people in game that are shown to have ever used one. If they were as easy to make then they would be far more common, they would hold sway over far more people, and there would be far more issues related to them. Caitiff wouldn't be a unique thing otherwise.
    DF  Post #: 14
    10/13/2015 8:17:38   
      Dwelling Dragonlord

    ArchKnight AQ Pedia / OOC / L&L


    On Akanthus.

    quote:

    ORIGINAL: geopetal


    spoiler:

    Akanthus never takes his helm off... Not even for Neron who only guesses how bad the scars might be.


    He can take off his helm. The runes on his armor are anti-magic but that doesn't prevent him removing it he just won't remove it in front of anyone.



    Nope, he's human!
    AQ DF AQW  Post #: 15
    5/19/2017 0:49:12   
    Shiny_Underpants
    Member

    Tomix/Dove/Tove:
    On the Atealan hooves.
    quote:

    ~original: @Tomix
    Oh, it's because I thought it looked cool.
    .
    ..
    ...
    That's it :(

    Lore-wise, let's say it's magic... the hooves are interdimensional boots, you put your foot in the hoof, and the hoof is bigger on the inside, so your feet floats in a pocket space.
    Or something...!


    On Atrea:
    quote:

    Atrea (what you refer to as Anomaly) was the biggest city on Somorah.
    Right before Somorah was destroyed by Wargoth (fire from the heavens :P), Atrea was moved through space and reality!
    The atealans in Atrea might be the only surviving members of their entire species.

    source

    On Gaelan, the book 3 innkeeper:
    quote:

    He specializes in abjuration magic, he has tricks up his sleeve that normal mages don't ;)

    source

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