Happy Book Birthday, Queen of Diamonds! Woo! There are some days in life that change the way you are, forever. That One Day Where All Things Are Undone. For Hazel Leigh Mac Tíre, that day was the day she found the mound in her backyard. It began as small as a mole’s hill, growing and... Continue Reading →
The world of Fae has always been a convoluted one, with many cultures and mythologies all playing into one ideal. Today, I'd like to talk about the different courts of Faerie, and how they play a role in the Tales of El'Anret. First, the use of Seelie and Unseelie courts stems from Scottish mythology; while... Continue Reading →
Judging from this painting, created by Joseph Noel Paton, c. 1849, can you guess who might be a player in the fate of El'Anret?
At the heart of Mount RuClane lives R'haetgan, a giant who considers himself gentle... to the right creatures. A being much older than most of history, he aligns himself with Leigh for the sake of all Faekind. Pronunciation: Similar to Reagan. Rate-gan. Rah-ate-gan. Now say it fast!