Re: ooooh!!!!

Date: 2017-03-21 03:40 pm (UTC)
From: (Anonymous)
Hahaha thanks so much for your questions.

So from what I've gathered from all the books so far, the Elves first appeared in the Grand Windsward at the time where they called out to Aradhwain the Mare. And then they moved south and west into the Vale of Celenthodiel and established Celephrandulias-Tildorangelor. And then after its fall they moved north and west into the Uradahbur and the Western lands, eventually spreading out into the Arzhana and the Grand Windsward once again once the Uradabur and the Western Lands had no space left.

However, there is no mention of them fighting the Beastlings when they roamed the plains of the Grand Windsward. Was there some form of conflict between the two parties that led to this state of permanent warfare during Vieliessar's time? Or were the Elves first to claim that land, and then it was later settled by the beastlings when the Elves moved southwards into the Teeth of the Moon.

Also, why is there nothing east of the Graythunder Glairyrill? This is taken from Uralesse's attempt to find the source of Elven magic, where he "first (Uralesse) scoured the Goldengrass, and found it empty from the Winnowing Sea in the east to the shores of Graythunder Glairyrill".

During Harrier and Tiercel's time, i take it that the Elves have once again claimed the Grand Windsward? Have they also reclaimed Celephranduilias-Tildorangelor? Or was that completely destroyed eventually?
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