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Once time passes by and some events are complete, I'll confirm they are complete.

 

Character Name: Eleanore de Montarville-Keiramont

Written Work Name: Understanding Arcane Anomalies

Written Work Description: A research collection of different arcane anomalies and effects on Azeroth, drawing examples from the Dalaran Crater, Theramore Isle and Westfall

Written Work Type: Research thesis

Language: Common

Ease of Discovery: In the works, but will be found in the Mage's Guild, Tirisgarde Library, and Galewing Library
OOC COMMENTS: This is drawing from an event series regarding anomalies and so on.


Character Name: Eleanore de Montarville-Keiramont

Written Work Name: Reviewing Apprenticeships and Preparing Future Mages

Written Work Description: An analysis of the traditional apprenticeships within the magical community and exploration of new approaches

Written Work Type: Research thesis

Language: Common

Ease of Discovery: In the works, but will be found in the Mage's Guild, Tirisgarde Library, and Galewing Library
OOC COMMENTS: This is drawing from Eleanore's experiences as a mentor to Kilana Elethira and testing new methods of teaching.
 

Character Name: Eleanore de Montarville-Keiramont

Written Work Name: The Contemporary Evoker

Written Work Description: An intermediate guide for an evoker fighting in a contemporary world

Written Work Type: Mage info book

Language: Common

Ease of Discovery: In the works, but will be found in the Mage's Guild, Tirisgarde Library, and Galewing Library
OOC COMMENTS: This is drawing from the fights of Eleanore, specifically against Shalera or any old type casters.

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Character Name: Alvia (no last name given)

Written Work Name: Novices; a Selection of Safe Spells

Written Work Description: Novice-tier spell book, written with untrained mage students in mind. Most of it is arcane abjuration magic, however some simple spells from darker schools are also detailed.  How to use necromancy to cast frost magic or stabilize a wound with blood magic. There are no mentions of soul magic or how to raise the dead.

Written Work Type: Arcane/decay magic spell book

Language: Thalassian, Orcish, Common, Goblin

Ease of Discovery: Openly sold in the Undercity, shadily sold in Orgrimmar, Silvermoon, Bilgewater Harbor and Ratchet. Publicly found in the Undercity’s Mage Quarter libraries.

 

Character Name: Alvia (no last name given)

Written Work Name: Mana Management; An Intermediate Guide to Efficient Casting

Written Work Description: Adept’s guide for making spells easier to use without losing firepower. Alvia uses her own experience to explain ways to make spellcasting easier on the mind or less costly on one’s mana. It does not detail new magic or spells but rather new perspectives to go about using arcane magic.

Written Work Type: Arcane magic spellbook

Language: Thalassian, Common

Ease of Discovery: Publicly found in the Magister’s libraries and the Undercity’s Mage Quarter libraries.

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Character Name: Alvia (no last name given)
Written Work Name: Novices; a Selection of Safe Spells
Written Work Description: Novice-tier spell book, written with untrained mage students in mind. Most of it is arcane abjuration magic, however some simple spells from darker schools are also detailed.  How to use necromancy to cast frost magic or stabilize a wound with blood magic. There are no mentions of soul magic or how to raise the dead.
Written Work Type: Arcane/decay magic spell book
Language: Thalassian, Orcish, Common, Goblin
Ease of Discovery: Openly sold in the Undercity, shadily sold in Orgrimmar, Silvermoon, Bilgewater Harbor and Ratchet. Publicly found in the Undercity’s Mage Quarter libraries.
 
Character Name: Alvia (no last name given)
Written Work Name: Mana Management; An Intermediate Guide to Efficient Casting
Written Work Description: Adept’s guide for making spells easier to use without losing firepower. Alvia uses her own experience to explain ways to make spellcasting easier on the mind or less costly on one’s mana. It does not detail new magic or spells but rather new perspectives to go about using arcane magic.
Written Work Type: Arcane magic spellbook
Language: Thalassian, Common
Ease of Discovery: Publicly found in the Magister’s libraries and the Undercity’s Mage Quarter libraries.


>How to use necromancy to cast frost magic

Bby, you trying to tempt Tayu? It's like you're speaking her language now. Lol

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...I will leave that question unawnsered.

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Updated with two books of mine!

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Character Name: Eleanore de Montarville-Keiramont

Written Work Name: The Contemporary Evoker

Written Work Description: An intermediate guide for an evoker fighting in a contemporary world

Written Work Type: Mage info book

Language: Common

Ease of Discovery: In the works, but will be found in the Mage's Guild, Tirisgarde Library, and Galewing Library
OOC COMMENTS: This is drawing from the fights of Eleanore, specifically against Shalera or any old type casters.

 

Character Name: Eleanore de Montarville-Keiramont

Written Work Name: Understanding Arcane Anomalies

Written Work Description: A research collection of different arcane anomalies and effects on Azeroth, drawing examples from the Dalaran Crater, Theramore Isle and Westfall

Written Work Type: Research thesis

Language: Common

Ease of Discovery: In the works, but will be found in the Mage's Guild, Tirisgarde Library, and Galewing Library
OOC COMMENTS: This is drawing from an event series regarding anomalies and so on.

PROJECTS:

 

Character Name: Eleanore de Montarville-Keiramont

Written Work Name: Reviewing Apprenticeships and Preparing Future Mages

Written Work Description: An analysis of the traditional apprenticeships within the magical community and exploration of new approaches

Written Work Type: Research thesis

Language: Common

Ease of Discovery: In the works, but will be found in the Mage's Guild, Tirisgarde Library, and Galewing Library
OOC COMMENTS: This is drawing from Eleanore's experiences as a mentor to Kilana Elethira and testing new methods of teaching.

 

Character Name: Eleanore de Montarville-Keiramont

Written Work Name: Highborne's, ley lines, and astronomy: A modern account of the Tomb of Sargeras

Written Work Description: Her findings and results of exploration of the Tomb of Sargeras coupled with her new research into Highbornes.

Written Work Type: Research/report

Language: Common

Ease of Discovery: In the works, but will be found in the Mage's Guild, Tirisgarde Library, and Galewing Library
OOC COMMENTS: This is drawing from Eleanore's experiences in the Tomb and few events always tying her back to Highbornes.

 

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Bring this back to life!
Gemme some books! Since I've been offline so much, Tayu is basically just doing either writing or helping the velves on voidland, so at some point I'll add a few new papers she's done to this too!

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Character Name: Aeryl'rin Salonar, penned as "Senior Magus Aeryl'rin Salonar, Division of Otherwordly Research and Experimentation"

Written Work Name: Unwinding the Twisting Nether, The Ultimate Introduction of the Waystation of the Universe (vol. 1)

Written Work Description: A 407 page monstrosity of a mix of anecdotal facts, seriously complex magical calculations, and a short list of different worlds visited by Azerothians (with descriptions). It is used in a classroom setting for an advanced practitioner of the Schools of Conjuration and Transmutation.

Written Work Type: Professional Study Book

Language: Common, Thalassian, Dwarven, Gnomish

Ease of Discovery: Extremely restricted outside the the Magocracy of Dalaran. Mostly provided as a textbook to those of Mage and above.

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Updated. Also I need to think of a better, less cluster-fucky format. Maybe just a straight up google doc or something, I dont know.

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Just a head's up that the first post has been updated with a link to a OneNote document for the new and improved Library of Player Books! And if it ever appears like it ISN'T read only... please let me know and don't change things.

 

CLICK HERE FOR THE NEW LIBRARY OF PLAYER BOOKS DOCUMENT!

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The new document is very nice, good job!
Also; a new addition.

 

Character Name: Magistrix Alvia Dawngaze

Written Work Name: Magic put in Writing , a guide on Arcane Runes, volumes I to IV

Written Work Description: A series of books for would-be scribes, starting in volume I with the basics for arcane runework, including scroll writing and basic rituals, volume II where the inscribing of items, such as weapons or armors, is explained, volume III where runic rituals are being expanded upon and ending with volume IV, where direct combat use of runic patterns are explained, much like Alvia herself uses. All volumes come with a set of basic arcane runes that are used in the book itself.
Written Work Type: Arcane inscription guides.

Language: Thalassian, Orcish, Common

Ease of Discovery: The whole series is publicly found in the Magister’s library, volume I and II are publicly found and sold in any major Horde settlement and volume III and IV are only sold on order.

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3 hours ago, The Zeta said:

The new document is very nice, good job!
Also; a new addition.

 

Character Name: Magistrix Alvia Dawngaze

Written Work Name: Magic put in Writing , a guide on Arcane Runes, volumes I to IV

Written Work Description: A series of books for would-be scribes, starting in volume I with the basics for arcane runework, including scroll writing and basic rituals, volume II where the inscribing of items, such as weapons or armors, is explained, volume III where runic rituals are being expanded upon and ending with volume IV, where direct combat use of runic patterns are explained, much like Alvia herself uses. All volumes come with a set of basic arcane runes that are used in the book itself.
Written Work Type: Arcane inscription guides.

Language: Thalassian, Orcish, Common

Ease of Discovery: The whole series is publicly found in the Magister’s library, volume I and II are publicly found and sold in any major Horde settlement and volume III and IV are only sold on order.

Thanks! And your donation has been noted. lol Document updated.

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Character Name:  Maeva Almeras

Written Work Name: Advanced Abjuration, Selective Warding

Written Work Description: Advanced instruction tome on the methods of selective abjuration.

Written Work Type: The contents of this book describe the use of selective barriers to increase efficiency and strength of any shield. By choosing what your shields are intended to protect against and specializing your spellcraft, this reduces mana burn for a greater protective barrier. Some spells described by the book are as follows:

Aegis, Kinetic: This barrier uses strings of circulating mana condensed into elastic but firm qualities. The mana circulates freely in a spherical or circular shape depending on the shape of the shield. Physical attacks are blocked via deflection. This shield appears as translucent ribbons of mana almost is a basket pattern.

Aegis, Energy: When magic is your enemy, this is the spell to use. But sacrificing protection from kinetic sources the mana can more effectively neutralize spells of all sorts. From Fireball, to Silence spells, to Flamestrike, and Polymorph. The mana is condensed into a thin membrane that creates tumultuous vortices. This shield appears almost like a oily bubble, smooth and quickly moving colors shift across it's face.

Aegis, Current: The forgotten form! Current barriers are designed to keep environmental hazards away. Extended your mana around you in a rapid circular motion as it is charged. This creates a rapid wind around you with which repels liquid and gaseous attacks. The happy accident that it can also repel and extinguish smaller fires and fire spells is just icing on top. But be warry, the bubble form of this spell will only allow you so much oxygen as you trap inside it with you (or whomever else is within it). This spell appears as a misty surface that swiftly repels gases, liquids, and weaker plasmas.

Language: Common

Ease of Discovery: Found in the advanced sections of the Stormwind Mage's Guild, Elenore's Library, Montarville's Manor's study, and the Kirin Tor libraries.

 

Character Name: Maeva Almeras

Written Work Name: Advanced Transmutation, The Three Transmutive Properties

Written Work Description: Advanced instruction tome detailing Maeva's theories and practical uses of the three transmutable properties.

Written Work Type: This is less a book containing spells, and more a book that teaches the finer points of transmutation to the reader. While anybody can cast polymorph, or follow transmutation formulae, a true transmuter creates their own magics for use. This book instructs on Maeva's Theory of the Three Transmutive Properties; Space, Matter, and Time. Spells that fall under Space include: Teleportation, Blink, and Expeditious Retreat. Spells that fall under Matter include: Transmutations, Rusting Grasp, and Stoneskin. Finally, spells under Time include: Haste, and Age.

Language: Common

Ease of Discovery: Found in the advanced sections of the Stormwind Mage's Guild, Elenore's Library, Montarville's Manor's study, and the Kirin Tor libraries.

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Took long enough but it is updated now!

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I always wanted to send my character's books here, but always forgot... Sorry for dumping this huge list on you... Probably... I will write my other characters another time.

This all be Dioren.
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Character Name:
 Dioren Melar

Written Work Name: Aranal

Written Work Description: The magnum opus of Dioren Melar. A hefty, red book with no author displayed on the cover, only the Thalassian word: "Arise".  - The book contains Dioren's philosophical views on the past and current state of elves. His vision regarding the future, and how and what people should do to elevate society into a supreme status. Seeking to motivate the citizen of Silvermoon to follow the very same visions he upholds in regards of the sin'dorei. - The book, contains several hidden runes inside of it, only able to be noticed by Magister level mages, and those who speaks Thalassian fluently. - Once the puzzle of runes figured out, tapping mana into the rune that is the page indicator of page 617 (Year Quel'thalas fell). - The book would transmute in context, turning into a political map of Azeroth, with descriptions for each zones. Containing contriversal, supremacist ideology that favors the Sin'dorei. However, he was not suggesting the murder of anyone aside of the forsaken. Deporting orcs to Draenor, using Kaldorei as the tenders of the forest, locking trolls in Zul'aman, which he envisions to be reworked as reserves. Offering a solution on how to restore Azeroth into a state where the sin'dorei would rule again, as the new generation of "Children of High Birth" - The book also serves as an autobiography for the anonymous Dioren, with his experiences as the Ambassador of Silvermoon working together with each factions of the horde, during recent wars and skirmishes, connecting the origins of his philosophy, as it was born from his experience working with the Kor'kron and The Forsaken, fighting against the Alliance, and competing against the Silver Covenant, as a former Sunreaver.

Written Work Type: Political Philosophy, Political Manifesto, Autobiography

Language: Thalassian

Ease of Discovery: Can be found only in the Library of Silvermoon.

 

Character Name: Dioren Melar

Written Work Name: Arise

Written Work Description: The modified version of Aranal, translated into Common and Orcish. - This version is much more sugar coated, and excludes his special enchantment. Telling the same thing, yet it's manipulative choice of words gives the impression that the author has a vision to create a world, where everyone can live free and in peace. Instead of departing the orcs, this explains the expanding of their territories to Draenor. - For fellow Magisters, this book might serve comedic, after reading the real version. 

Written Work Type: Translation - Propaganda - Political Philosophy, Political Manifesto, Autobiography

Language: Common, Orcish

Ease of Discovery: Library of Dalaran, Undercity, Sold in Orgrimmar as well.

 

Character Name: Dioren Melar

Written Work Name: Roots of Supremacy - An Account on Elven History and Heritage.

Written Work Description: Throughout academic research into elven history, that roots back all the way into Zin'Azshari. Using the references of other authors, he connects together clues about the origin of his kin, and the exact path they took.

Written Work Type: Academic Research - History - Anthropology.

Language: Thalassian, Common, Orcish

Ease of Discovery: Can be found only in the Library of Silvermoon, and Dalaran.

 

Character Name: Dioren Melar

Written Work Name: Magi Suttra - Breathing Techniques for Mages.

Written Work Description: An explanation on meditation and breathing for mages. How to stay focused, and how to be in-balance with the body while weaving or chanting spells. Wholeheartedly dedicated for all and every students of magic, especially for those who suffered the chemicals of the scourge or the forsaken, having lung issues.

Written Work Type: Textbook

Language: Common/Orcish/Thalassian

Ease of Discovery: Can be found only in the Library of Silvermoon, Dalaran, and traveling booksellers of Pandaria.

 

Character Name: Dioren Melar

Written Work Name: The Perfect Living Bomb

Written Work Description: A nearly 200 pages long spelltome, explaining only one spell: Living Bomb. The book contains studies over the magical and elemental essence of flames, the management of mana and it's movement and weaving. Researches of the phenomenon of ignition and heat.

Written Work Type: Spelltome

Language: Thalassian

Ease of Discovery: A common read in all cities across Azeroth that has an Academy of Magic (Silvermoon,Stormwind,Dalaran, etc.)

 

Character Name: Dioren Melar

Written Work Name: Atonement

Written Work Description: A small tome elaborating the traditions and the mannerism young sin'dorei should follow when approaching Agamath, the gates of the Sunwell. It explains the history of it's creation, and the history behind it's reignition, encouraging to offer great respect and gratitude for the draenei. It also offers mention of how to connect to the omnipresent font of it's energy, in order to utilize the Sunwell for your magical feats.

Written Work Type: Religious Studies

Language: Thalassian

Ease of Discovery: Silvermoon, Quel'danas, Sunreavers.

 

Character Name: Dioren Melar

Written Work Name: Acute Cut I.-II.-III.

Written Work Description: A three series collection, that ellaborates on the methodism of Jewelcrafting using gems and metals from Kalimdor, Eastern Kingdoms, Outlands, Pandaria.

Written Work Type: Profession Guide.

Language: Common, Orcish, Thalassian

Ease of Discovery: Any libraries, or any Jewelcrafting Shop may have it!

 

Character Name: Dioren Melar

Written Work Name: Lineage - For the future generations of Silvermoon

Written Work Description: Writing in the memory of his father. Dioren wrote a book for the citizen of Silvermoon. A guideline for parents, teachers, young elven couples, in regards of how to treat your elven children. How to communicate with them, and how to function as a proper family. It explains how important the youth of the elven kind is, and pressures and encourages elders to let the youth of the sin'dorei have a life that encourages them to represent their people.

Written Work Type: Memoir / Pedagogy 

Language: Common, Orcish, Thalassian

Ease of Discovery: Silvermoon

 

Character Name: Dioren Melar

Written Work Name: Fallah Alann

Written Work Description: A romantic story of two elves, a female sin'dorei, and a male quel'dorei. Growing up together, their families decided to pick two different sides, to raise them to become war representatives of the Sunreaver and the Silver Covenant. Living in the same city, fighting for the same goals, yet to reach it for different people. A truly heart melting story that most people with a minimal sense of romance could appreciate. Love, Drama, Tension, Death, Depression, Steam, Grease. - All this, with both philosophical and psychological questions. The story ends with both person in the couple leaving the Sunreavers and the Silver Covenant... to "Go back home" to Silvermoon. - Obviously, offering a duality for the quel'dorei leaders, with the subtle hint that Silvermoon is the true home of elves to belong.

Written Work Type: Romantic Novel - PROPAGANDA

Language: Thalassian, Common, Orcish

Ease of Discovery: Library of Silvermoon, Dalaran, Undercity. - Offered free during Valentines inside of cities where elves could be found.

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I always wanted to send my character's books here, but always forgot... Sorry for dumping this huge list on you... Probably... I will write my other characters another time.

This all be Dioren.
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Character Name:
 Dioren Melar

Written Work Name: Aranal

Written Work Description: The magnum opus of Dioren Melar. A hefty, red book with no author displayed on the cover, only the Thalassian word: "Arise".  - The book contains Dioren's philosophical views on the past and current state of elves. His vision regarding the future, and how and what people should do to elevate society into a supreme status. Seeking to motivate the citizen of Silvermoon to follow the very same visions he upholds in regards of the sin'dorei. - The book, contains several hidden runes inside of it, only able to be noticed by Magister level mages, and those who speaks Thalassian fluently. - Once the puzzle of runes figured out, tapping mana into the rune that is the page indicator of page 617 (Year Quel'thalas fell). - The book would transmute in context, turning into a political map of Azeroth, with descriptions for each zones. Containing contriversal, supremacist ideology that favors the Sin'dorei. However, he was not suggesting the murder of anyone aside of the forsaken. Deporting orcs to Draenor, using Kaldorei as the tenders of the forest, locking trolls in Zul'aman, which he envisions to be reworked as reserves. Offering a solution on how to restore Azeroth into a state where the sin'dorei would rule again, as the new generation of "Children of High Birth" - The book also serves as an autobiography for the anonymous Dioren, with his experiences as the Ambassador of Silvermoon working together with each factions of the horde, during recent wars and skirmishes, connecting the origins of his philosophy, as it was born from his experience working with the Kor'kron and The Forsaken, fighting against the Alliance, and competing against the Silver Covenant, as a former Sunreaver.

Written Work Type: Political Philosophy, Political Manifesto, Autobiography

Language: Thalassian

Ease of Discovery: Can be found only in the Library of Silvermoon.

 

Character Name: Dioren Melar

Written Work Name: Arise

Written Work Description: The modified version of Aranal, translated into Common and Orcish. - This version is much more sugar coated, and excludes his special enchantment. Telling the same thing, yet it's manipulative choice of words gives the impression that the author has a vision to create a world, where everyone can live free and in peace. Instead of departing the orcs, this explains the expanding of their territories to Draenor. - For fellow Magisters, this book might serve comedic, after reading the real version. 

Written Work Type: Translation - Propaganda - Political Philosophy, Political Manifesto, Autobiography

Language: Common, Orcish

Ease of Discovery: Library of Dalaran, Undercity, Sold in Orgrimmar as well.

 

Character Name: Dioren Melar

Written Work Name: Roots of Supremacy - An Account on Elven History and Heritage.

Written Work Description: Throughout academic research into elven history, that roots back all the way into Zin'Azshari. Using the references of other authors, he connects together clues about the origin of his kin, and the exact path they took.

Written Work Type: Academic Research - History - Anthropology.

Language: Thalassian, Common, Orcish

Ease of Discovery: Can be found only in the Library of Silvermoon, and Dalaran.

 

Character Name: Dioren Melar

Written Work Name: Magi Suttra - Breathing Techniques for Mages.

Written Work Description: An explanation on meditation and breathing for mages. How to stay focused, and how to be in-balance with the body while weaving or chanting spells. Wholeheartedly dedicated for all and every students of magic, especially for those who suffered the chemicals of the scourge or the forsaken, having lung issues.

Written Work Type: Textbook

Language: Common/Orcish/Thalassian

Ease of Discovery: Can be found only in the Library of Silvermoon, Dalaran, and traveling booksellers of Pandaria.

 

Character Name: Dioren Melar

Written Work Name: The Perfect Living Bomb

Written Work Description: A nearly 200 pages long spelltome, explaining only one spell: Living Bomb. The book contains studies over the magical and elemental essence of flames, the management of mana and it's movement and weaving. Researches of the phenomenon of ignition and heat.

Written Work Type: Spelltome

Language: Thalassian

Ease of Discovery: A common read in all cities across Azeroth that has an Academy of Magic (Silvermoon,Stormwind,Dalaran, etc.)

 

Character Name: Dioren Melar

Written Work Name: Atonement

Written Work Description: A small tome elaborating the traditions and the mannerism young sin'dorei should follow when approaching Agamath, the gates of the Sunwell. It explains the history of it's creation, and the history behind it's reignition, encouraging to offer great respect and gratitude for the draenei. It also offers mention of how to connect to the omnipresent font of it's energy, in order to utilize the Sunwell for your magical feats.

Written Work Type: Religious Studies

Language: Thalassian

Ease of Discovery: Silvermoon, Quel'danas, Sunreavers.

 

Character Name: Dioren Melar

Written Work Name: Acute Cut I.-II.-III.

Written Work Description: A three series collection, that ellaborates on the methodism of Jewelcrafting using gems and metals from Kalimdor, Eastern Kingdoms, Outlands, Pandaria.

Written Work Type: Profession Guide.

Language: Common, Orcish, Thalassian

Ease of Discovery: Any libraries, or any Jewelcrafting Shop may have it!

 

Character Name: Dioren Melar

Written Work Name: Lineage - For the future generations of Silvermoon

Written Work Description: Writing in the memory of his father. Dioren wrote a book for the citizen of Silvermoon. A guideline for parents, teachers, young elven couples, in regards of how to treat your elven children. How to communicate with them, and how to function as a proper family. It explains how important the youth of the elven kind is, and pressures and encourages elders to let the youth of the sin'dorei have a life that encourages them to represent their people.

Written Work Type: Memoir / Pedagogy 

Language: Common, Orcish, Thalassian

Ease of Discovery: Silvermoon

 

Character Name: Dioren Melar

Written Work Name: Fallah Alann

Written Work Description: A romantic story of two elves, a female sin'dorei, and a male quel'dorei. Growing up together, their families decided to pick two different sides, to raise them to become war representatives of the Sunreaver and the Silver Covenant. Living in the same city, fighting for the same goals, yet to reach it for different people. A truly heart melting story that most people with a minimal sense of romance could appreciate. Love, Drama, Tension, Death, Depression, Steam, Grease. - All this, with both philosophical and psychological questions. The story ends with both person in the couple leaving the Sunreavers and the Silver Covenant... to "Go back home" to Silvermoon. - Obviously, offering a duality for the quel'dorei leaders, with the subtle hint that Silvermoon is the true home of elves to belong.

Written Work Type: Romantic Novel - PROPAGANDA

Language: Thalassian, Common, Orcish

Ease of Discovery: Library of Silvermoon, Dalaran, Undercity. - Offered free during Valentines inside of cities where elves could be found.

How dare you work to break my record of most books in the Library for a single character? Lol

Right uh, will update them eventu- err soon.

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