Paelias Liadon

Deceased Scholar


A celebrated elven scholar, he wrote many scholarly texts which are still widely regarded today. He passed away in 6175, of natural causes. His heart is held in the Temple in Ixan.

Selected Bibliography:
Treatise on the Characteristics of the Living Races
Theories on the Transferral of Souls to the Undead
Myths and Folk-Tales; A Collection of Verbal Histories
The Wizard and his Tower: A Study of the Historical Link Between Mages and their Domiciles
Collected Humourisms; An Almanac of Amusing Tales and Japes

Though a well regarded thinker, it is generally considered that he was not very good at titles.

An elf, newly arrived in town, was exhausted and famished, when he came to an inn with a sign reading: “George and the Dragon.”
He knocked.
The Innkeeper’s wife stuck her head out a window.
“Could ye spare some victuals?” The elf asked.
The woman glanced at his shabby, dirty clothes. “No!” she shouted.
“Could I have a pint of ale?”“No!” she shouted.
“Could I at least sleep in your stable?”
“No!” she shouted again.
The elf said, “Might I please…?”
“What now?” the woman screeched, not allowing him to finish.
“D’ye suppose,” he asked, “that I might have a word with George?”

Excerpt from Collected Humourisms; An Almanac of Amusing Tales and Japes

Paelias Liadon

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