Return of Hadrach
A list of the Seven Elven Wonders. They are a cross between religious site and monument, said to have been placed by the Immortal Elven Lords to remind the elves to seek peace and be kind. Many believe that they represent the seven virtues of ancient legend.
|Eyes of Emmar||Chastity; Remaining clear of mind and of focus on one’s duties||Middle Country||Hidden in the mountains, a rumored temple elven monks|
|Unknown||Temperance; holding oneself back with discipline, and reservation||Lost to antiquity|
|Golden City||Generosity; giving freely of oneself to those in need||Lost to antiquity||A legendary city of astounding wealth and architecture|
|Living City||Diligence; improving oneself despite obstacles or difficulty||Giantlands||A small city tucked away and made entirely of living trees, some structures taking centuries to grow|
|Titan of Allem Aethel||Patience; to remember to reflect on each endeavour so the best path may be taken||Telaria||Rumored to be the largest golem ever built, this now silent guardian was once the centerpiece of a now destroyed kingdom|
|Tomb of the Elven God||Kindness; a reminder to forgive the sins of the past||Southern Giantlands||A monument elves claim hold the remains of a god|
|Monolith of Derenpier||Humility; even the lowest of creatures may be lords, and nobility does not grant wisdom||Great Desert||A massive crystalline pillar surrounded by mystics and prognosticators|
These seven virtues are taught in some of the oldest elven traditions as a way to protect their race from themselves. It is believed that the Immortal Elven Lords ignored these virtues, their passions and indulgences leading directly to the Elfwar.