Re: Question

Date: 2017-03-16 06:13 pm (UTC)
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Celephriandullias-Tildorangelor is located in the Vale of Celenthodiel; Celephriandullias is used as the name of the Crown City itself, while the Elves have been seen to call the Flower Forest Tildorangelor. However, it is clear also that Tilinaparanwira is the name for the Nine Shrine in the Vale of Celenthodiel, and Nine Shrines usually take the name of the Flower Forest in which they reside. It is possible that there are two Flower Forests in the Vale, or that in this instance the Nine Shrine retains its archaic name.

Tiliparanwira is called "The Lost" because of its location in the Vale of Celenthodiel, a place the Elves thought to be mythical until Vieliessar rediscovered Amrethion's Crown City during the time of the Winter War. City, Flower Forest/s, and Shrine were all lost during the Fall of Celephriandullias (about which there will be more detail in SCOURGE OF FATE).

Since Tiliparanwira was rediscovered by Vieliessar, it is reasonable for it to be known in Kellen's time. Certainly the Shrine itself still exists in Kellen's time, since the Nine Shrines (or Land Shrines) cannot be destroyed. Whether it is still accessible, however, is another question. I suspect from its location that it is not, at least until the end of the Flower War.

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