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Green dragonflight
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Nature, Dreams

Breath

Poison

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The Green dragonflight consists of dragons with green scales and can breath acid. During the ordering of Azeroth, the Titan Eonar charged Ysera and her green flight with the protection of the natural world and the Emerald Dream, a pristine realm of nature and magic. Thus, green dragons have an affinity for animals, night elves and druids. Like the Red dragonflight, green dragons are generally more approachable than those of other flights, primarily coming into conflict only with those who attempt to corrupt or destroy nature.

Recently, the satyr Xavius and the old god N'Zoth used their dark magic to begin a viral spread of corruption through the dream known as the Emerald Nightmare. The nightmare caused many green dragons, including Ysera's lieutenants and consort, to become rampaging agents of destruction. The corruption was stemmed after the end of the War Against the Nightmare.

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A Green Drake

The green dragonflight includes the green dragons themselves as well as all other green dragonkin such as dragonspawn and drakonids.

Culture

The enchanted, ethereal green dragons live only to serve the forces of nature and uphold the balance between mortal creatures and the ever-evolving world. The green dragonflight, ruled by the dreaming goddess, Ysera, holds a special love for the night elves and their druids. Though most green dragons live within the mystical dimension known as the Emerald Dream, a few of the graceful creatures still roam the shadowy paths of Ashenvale forest.[1]

Green dragons are creatures of the Emerald Dream, the ethereal dreamworld that all life is tied to. From there the green flight watches over nature, often assisted by the night elven druids. The dragons and druids work closely together within the dream where they can control the ebb and flow of nature and influence the evolutionary path it takes. Greens are, like the other flights, highly intelligent and always striving to learn more about the world they were entrusted to protect, fretting out the mysteries of creation and life - but keeping all such secrets hidden within the Emerald Dream. As a result the greens are often the least interested about happenings in the mortal realm and must often have any major events brought to their attention by the dragons of other flights.

Dragons of the green flight are highly reclusive, and the most difficult to find on the mortal realm. The green dragonflight is a peaceful, meditative society and most greens spend their time in quiet contemplation and the study of dreams, interacting with creatures of myth and illusion. A surprisingly swift flight, they often move quickly, teleporting through the dream to wherever their thoughts lead. Time is meaningless inside the Dream and as a result the green dragonflight is extremely long-lived. Ysera's consorts in particular almost never emerge and are effectively immortal.[2]

Green dragonkin are sometimes refered to as Emerald, Jade or Veridian. When taking humanoid form, most green dragons prefer to transform into kaldorei,[3] though quel'dorei guises are also common.

Nomenclature

Members of the green dragonflight occasionally have names ending in "us" for males, or "ra" for females. Sometimes terms relating to sleep and dreams find their way into their names as well.

History

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Green dragon in Warcraft III.

Charge of the Dragonflights

Before the Titans departed Azeroth, they charged the greatest species of the world with the task of watching over it. In that age, there were many dragonflights, yet five flights, one of which was the green, held dominion over their brethren, and were chosen to shepherd the budding world. The greatest members of the Pantheon imbued a portion of their power upon each of the flights' leaders. After blessing the red leader, Eonar also blessed Alexstrasza's younger sister, the lithe green dragon Ysera, with a portion of nature's influence. Ysera fell into an eternal trance, bound to the waking Dream of Creation. Known as the Dreamer, she would watch over the growing wilds of the world from her verdant realm, the Emerald Dream.[4]

The time following this came to be known as the age of dragons, when the civilization of dragonkind was at it's peak.[5]

War of the Ancients

When the night elves inadvertently called the Burning Legion to the world, the Aspect of the Earth, Neltharion, suggested creating a magical artifact to aid in the destruction of the demons. Ysera, showing only the briefest moments of doubt, gave much of her own essence toward the creation of this object, called the Dragon Soul.

When each dragon had contributed a portion of his or her essence to the artifact, Neltharion deemed it complete. The greens joined the other dragons in flight over the battle and the Black Aspect brought the Dragon Soul to bear against the Legion, with devastating effects on the demonic swarm — but only for a precious few moments. He then shocked his fellow aspects and turned the artifact against the terrified night elves as well, and finally his own brethren. The shocked dragons were helpless to resist the power of the Dragon Soul, for it contained a fraction of the essence of each — with the exception of Neltharion himself. All the dragonflights, save Neltharion's own, were paralyzed in midair until the timely intervention of Korialstrasz, a mate of the red dragonqueen, who had been absent from the initial use of the artifact. While Korialstrasz was no match for the Aspect of Earth, he did manage to interrupt Neltharion's concentration for a moment, freeing the other dragons from their paralysis and allowing them to act. Malygos, infuriated at the betrayal by his ally, struck first, but at a great price. As the blue dragonflight flew into formation to attack Neltharion, the mighty black wyrm unleashed the full fury of the Dragon Soul against them, and the power instantly slew nearly every one of them. As the other dragons turned to act, Neltharion retreated, leaving the blue dragonflight broken in his wake.[6]

Wounded and shocked, Ysera and the other noble dragons were forced to abandon their mortal allies. The dragonflights secluded themselves, hoping to recover from the Dragon Soul's powers, but the damage to the draconic race had been done. The Kaldorei and their allies just barely managed to defeat the legion, but at great cost. Azeroth was sundered.[7]

Aftermath of the Sundering

Deathwing’s betrayal was so destructive that the five dragonflights never truly recovered.[7] If that had not been enough, the ensuing war between the dragonflights decimated the species, and the greens were no exception. They would never again be seen in the same numbers as before. The age of dragons had passed.

To ensure Deathwing would never hold power over dragonkind again, Alexstrasza, Ysera, and Nozdormu placed an enchantment upon the Demon Soul, so that no dragon could wield it, and hid the foul disc deep beneath the earth.[8] The trio later visited the Night Elven survivors to present the devastated race a gift. Alexstrasza had planted a colossal tree within the new Well of Eternity that would come to be known as Nordrassil. Both Ysera and Nozdormu placed their blessings upon it. Ysera bound the tree to her realm, the Emerald Dream, along with the night elven males, now the druids of their race. As part of the pact, the druids agreed to sleep for centuries at a time so that their spirits could roam the infinite paths of the Emerald Dream alongside the green flight. Though the druids were grieved at the prospect of losing so many years of their lives to hibernation, they selflessly agreed to uphold their bargain with Ysera.[9]

The greens, with the druids' help, maintained their posts through the long millennia that followed.[10] Green dragonflight broods were stationed at several of the Great Trees, defending the portals to the Emerald Dream, where they remain to this day.

Loreth'Aran

One particular brood of Ysera's were closely allied with the night elves of the Azuremyst Isles, whom were ruled by Prince Toreth. Ysera kindly allowed the night elves to ride her children into battle and they were known the Dragon Riders of Loreth'Aran. Ysera's benevolence raised the ire of Deathwing and he launched an attack against Wyrmscar Island where the dragonriders slept. The blacks, including Razormaw, a lieutenant of Deathwing, mercilessly slaughtered the Kaldorei. The greens rose up to protect their allies but were unsuccessful. Not one was spared, though many blacks, including Razormaw, also perished in the battle. The skeletons and spirits of the murdered greens still litter the small island.

War of the Shifting Sands

A thousand years before modern times, the green dragons lent their aid to the night elves and the bronze dragonflight during the War of the Shifting Sands. Led by Merithra of the Dream, child of Ysera, the greens fought the Silithid and their Qiraji masters furiously and ultimately helped push them back to their city where they were sealed away from the world. The dragons suffered few casualties but the progeny of Ysera, Merithra, was believed lost, having charged deep into Ahn'Qiraj during the final push. After the war a shard of the Scepter of the Shifting Sands was entrusted to the green wyrm Eranikus by Anachronos the bronze.[11]

Unbeknownst to her flight, Merithra, along with Caelestrasz and Arygos, was not dead, simply captured. The dark master of Ahn'Qiraj used the tortured dragons to power his new creations: Moam and the other Obsidian destroyers.[12]

Temple of Atal'Hakkar

The exiled priests of the Gurubashi, servants of the blood god Hakkar the Soulflayer, had fled into the Swamp of Sorrows and erected the Temple of Atal'Hakkar, where they could prepare for his arrival into the physical world. The great dragon Aspect, Ysera, learned of the Atal'ai's plans and smashed the temple beneath the marshes. For a thousand years the temple has been known as the Sunken Temple. The great emerald wyrm Eranikus, consort to Ysera, was dispatched to deal with the survivng Atal'ai priests, along with his brother Itharius, and a brood of green dragonkin to prevent the trolls from any more evil doings. To this day, the temple's drowned ruins are occupied by the green dragons, who prevent anyone from getting in or out.

Battle of Grim Batol

In the events leading up to the Second War, Deathwing led a powerful orc warlock named Nekros to the Dragon Soul — now renamed the Demon Soul. Nekros used the Demon Soul to force the red Dragon Aspect, Alexstrasza, into submission, and forced the rest of the red dragonflight to serve him or risk the death of their queen. Korialstrasz, who escaped by faking his death sought the assistance of the other Aspects to free his queen.[13] While deeply concerned, Ysera did not immediately act to save her sister. Korialstrasz had pleaded for assistance but had been turned down countless times by Ysera's consorts. Eventually Korialstrasz found a way to speak with the Lady of the Dream directly and Ysera agreed to do what she could in assisting to free the Red Aspect. Ysera spoke with Malygos and Nozdormu and convinced them to act as well.

With the Aspects convinced, Korialstrasz waited until Nekros brought Alexstrasza and her eggs out of the fortress, just as Deathwing had desired. When Deathwing made his appearance, Ysera and the others arrived and proceeded to battle Deathwing in the sky near Grim Batol. Korialstrasz's human apprentice, Rhonin, defeated Nekros and used one of Deathwing's scales to destroy the Demon Soul. The destruction of the artifact released the ancient power that had been sealed inside for millennia, making the Aspects whole once more and allowing them to overpower Deathwing and force his retreat. This final battle was known as the Battle of Grim Batol.[14]

Following the Battle of Grim Batol and the restoration of their power, Ysera and her agents continued to uphold the pact made with the titans to safeguard Azeroth, taking a somewhat more active role in the world, though their duties in the Emerald Dream continued to take precedence.

Emerald Nightmare

At some unknown point a new threat appeared within the Emerald Dream. This threat, the Emerald Nightmare, is a region of corruption that travels and grows through the dreamscape, twisting and distorting the native flora and driving living creatures mad, including the green dragonkin. These victims became the mad slaves of the Old Gods. Ysera and her flight attempted to fight against this mysterious threat, alongside Malfurion and Cenarius, while trying to avoid becoming its prey. Fortunately the Nightmare did not, at least initially, approach the Eye of Ysera.

The Nightmare's influence continued to grow and even began seeping into Azeroth. Many members of the flight became inflicted, including a brood dispatched to the Sunken Temple led by the mighty green consort Eranikus. Not long after four of Ysera's most powerful lieutenants also fell to the Nightmare's sway and periodically invaded Azeroth through the portals found at the Great Trees. Two of these crazed dragons, Lethon and Emeriss, were put down by mortal heroes but their twisted spirits persisted in the Emerald Dream.

When the scepter shard held by Eranikus was needed the denizens of Azeroth discovered they would have to bring the green wyrm to Azeroth and cleanse him of his corruption. Remulos lured Eranikus to Moonglade and after a short battle against the dragon and an army of nightmare shades Tyrande Whisperwind arrived, and used the light of Elune to cleanse Ysera's consort and free him of the Old Gods' control.

War against the Nightmare

Shorty after the Lich King's defeat the situation with the Nightmare suddenly intensified. Beings of all races, dragon and mortals alike, became the Unwaking, trapped in their own horrifying dreams. The green dragonflight inside the Emerald Dream were losing ground against the monstrosity and soon nearly the entirety of the dreamscape was consumed by nightmare. Not long after those who remained awake were forced to defend against their own slumbering comrades before being brought to the dream itself to fight in the War against the Nightmare.

Eranikus, who had been hiding away from his love and his people ever since his redemption, was stumbled upon in Ashenvale by none other than the high priestess Tyrande and her companions. Although reluctant to assist them, he did so, showing them the way into the Emerald Dream to free Malfurion Stormrage, held by the Nightmare Lord Xavius. Despite being hindered by the twisted spirits of Lethon and Emeriss they manage to free the Archdruid, but only at the cost of Ysera becoming the Nightmare's newest prisoner. At the climax of the conflict Eranikus sacrifices himself to save his queen while Malfurion and his allies defeat Xavius and manage to seal the Nightmare safely within the Rift of Aln.

Following the conflict's conclusion Ysera, along with her sister Alexstrasza, presided over Malfurion and Tyrande's marriage ceremony. Immediately after the two Aspects blessed the new world tree Teldrassil as they had done to Nordrassil ten thousand years before.[15]

In World of Warcraft

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Green dragonkin in Sorrowmurk.
The Dragons of Nightmare
  • At the Temple of Atal'Hakkar the green brood sent by Ysera, under the leadership of Eranikus, have been taken by the nightmare's madness. Itharius escaped and can be found immediately outside the temple, searching for adventurers willing to fight his brother's shade.
  • Merithra, thought to have been lost during the War of the Shifting Sands, was recently found to be alive inside Ahn'Qiraj, as a slave of C'Thun, along with Caelestrasz and Arygos. Vethsera came to Ahn'Qiraj after sensing her trapped brethren within, but dares not travel into the temple from fear of falling under the old god's control.

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  • Four of Ysera's lieutenants fell prey to the Nightmare and became twisted and disfigured, having lost their sanity. The Dragons of Nightmare, consisting of Emeriss, Lethon, Taerar, and Ysondre, threatened the balance of nature, and appeared peridoically on the mortal plane via the Great Trees in Ashenvale, Duskwood, Feralas, and the Hinterlands.[16]
  • Eranikus, holder of the  [Green Scepter Shard], was brought to Azeroth during the effort to open the Gates of Ahn'Qiraj. Adventurers had to travel to Moonglade to summon, engage, and then cleanse the green dragon in order to aquire his shard.

Wrath of the Lich King

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  • Many members of the green flight, led by their ambassador Lord Itharius, can be found at Wyrmrest Temple in the Dragonblight as members of the Wyrmrest Accord, an alliance of the remaining dragonflights, defending the temple from the blue dragonflight's siege. In addition the Scourge has laid siege to the surrounding dragonshrines in an effort to raise new variations of undead dragons. Due to a misunderstanding by Ysera the guardians at the Emerald Dragonshrine have become hostile to all outsiders. Nishera the Garden Keeper hopes to restore balance to the Dragonshrine so that it may defend itself against the Lich King.[17]

Cataclysm

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  • In Darkshore the Twilight cultists have captured the green dragon Thessera. Malfurion seeks to have her set free so that she may assist in saving Darkshore from the aftermath of the Cataclysm.
  • Ysondre, once disfigured and driven mad by the Nightmare, has managed to partially overcome her corruption. She appears in Feralas, first asking for assistance in sealing the portal found in the Dream Bough, and later again to ask for assistance in slaying Taerar, the last remaining Dragon of Nightmare.

Known members

Name Role Type Condition
IconSmall YseraDragon.gifIconSmall Ysera.gif Ysera Leader of the green dragonflight. Blessed by the Titans as the Aspect of dreams, and called the Dreamer, later the Awakened. Leads the defense of Nordrassil against Ragnaros's forces. Aspect Alive
IconSmall DragonGreen.gifIconSmall FireHawk.gif Alysra Green dragon at the Ruins of Lar'donir assigned to the prisoner Fandral Staghelm. Defects to Ragnaros's forces, handing over the archdruid and is reincarnated as Alysrazor. Dragon Killable
IconSmall DragonGreen.gifIconSmall NightElf Male.gif Desharin Greensong Green dragon who assisted Thrall with a mission given to him by Ysera. Killed by an alternate timeline Aedelas Blackmoore in the Caverns of Time. Dragon Deceased
IconSmall Emeriss.gif Emeriss Lieutenant of Ysera. Corrupted by the Nightmare and proceeded to invade Azeroth. Killed but persisted in the Emerald Dream until defeated by Eranikus. Dragon Deceased
IconSmall DragonGreen.gifIconSmall NightElf Male.gif Eranikus Consort of Ysera. Sent to the Sunken Temple and succumbed to the Nightmare. Redeemed by Tyrande. Perished in the War Against the Nightmare.  [Green Scepter Shard] holder. Dragon Deceased
IconSmall DragonGreen.gifIconSmall HighElf Male.gif Itharius Brother of Eranikus. Ambassador to the Wyrmrest Accord. Can be found atop the Sunken Temple in the Swamp of Sorrows and Wyrmrest Temple in the Dragonblight. Dragon Alive
IconSmall DragonGreen.gifIconSmall HighElf Male.gif Lethecus General goods vendor in Wyrmrest Temple. Dragon Alive
IconSmall Lethon.gif Lethon Lieutenant of Ysera. Corrupted by the Nightmare and proceeded to invade Azeroth. Killed but persisted in the Emerald Dream until defeated by Eranikus. Dragon Deceased
IconSmall DragonGreen.gifIconSmall NightElf Female.gif Merithra Daughter and Heir of Ysera. Fought and captured in the War of the Shifting Sands. Recently rescued. Dragon Alive
IconSmall DragonGreen.gifIconSmall NightElf Female.gif Nishera Guardian of the Emerald Dragonshrine who seeks to restore balance to the shrine. Dragon Alive
IconSmall DragonGreen.gifIconSmall NightElf Female.gif Risera Stable master of Wyrmrest Temple. Located outside on the ground floor. Dragon Alive
IconSmall DragonNether.gif Taerar Lieutenant of Ysera. Corrupted by the Nightmare and proceeded to invade Azeroth. Targeted by Ysondre for extermination. Dragon Killable
IconSmall DragonGreen.gif Tharifas Dragon who inhabits Ashenvale forest. Dragon Unknown
IconSmall DragonGreen.gif Thessera Dragon freed from the Twilight's Hammer in Darkshore. Dragon Alive
IconSmall DragonGreen.gifIconSmall HighElf Female.gif Valithria Dreamwalker Prisoner of the Scourge inside Icecrown Citadel. Used as a test subject towards their own ends. Dragon Alive
IconSmall DragonGreen.gifIconSmall BloodElf Female.gif Verdisa Prisoner of the blue dragonflight guarded by Drakos the Interrogator in the Oculus. Assists adventurers in defeating the forces located there. Dragon Alive
IconSmall DragonGreen.gifIconSmall NightElf Female.gif Vethsera Agent which came to Ahn'Qiraj after sensing her trapped brethren within. Found at the entrance to the temple. Dragon Alive
IconSmall DragonGreen.gifIconSmall Ysondre.gif Ysondre Lieutenant of Ysera. Corrupted by the Nightmare and proceeded to invade Azeroth. Has regained her senses and sends adventurers to kill Taerar. Dragon Alive
IconSmall DrakeGreen.gif Althera Drake who acts as flight master at the Gates of Sothann. Drake Alive
IconSmall DrakeGreen.gif Aronus Drake working with the Guardians of Hyjal. Bears willing adventurers to Mount Hyjal and later assists against the twilight dragonflight. Drake Alive
IconSmall DrakeGreen.gif Dreamroarer Drake once found guarding the Great Tree in the Dream Bough in Feralas. Drake Unknown
IconSmall DrakeGreen.gif Dreamscythe Drake guarding the Sunken Temple now under the sway of the Nightmare. Drake Killable
IconSmall DrakeGreen.gif Dreamstalker Drake guarding the Great Tree in the Bough Shadow in Ashenvale. Drake Killable
IconSmall DrakeGreen.gif Dreamtracker Drake guarding the Great Tree in Seradane in The Hinterlands. Drake Killable
IconSmall DrakeGreen.gif Hazzas Drake guarding the Sunken Temple now under the sway of the Nightmare. Drake Killable
IconSmall DrakeGreen.gif Jade Victim of the Nightmare. Drake guarding the entrance to the Sunken Temple now under the sway of the Nightmare. Drake Killable
IconSmall DrakeGreen.gif Lethlas Drake guarding the Great Tree in the Dream Bough in Feralas. Drake Killable
IconSmall DrakeGreen.gif Morphaz Drake guarding the Sunken Temple now under the sway of the Nightmare. Has made himself infamous to various denizens of Azeroth. Drake Killable
IconSmall DrakeGreen.gif Phantim Drake guarding the Great Tree in the Bough Shadow in Ashenvale. Drake Killable
IconSmall DrakeGreen.gif Rothos Drake guarding the Great Tree in Seradane in The Hinterlands. Drake Killable
IconSmall DrakeGreen.gif Somnus Drake-Champion of the green dragonflight. Once patroled Sorrowmurk around the Sunken Temple. Drake Unknown
IconSmall DrakeGreen.gif Valeera Drake who transports adventurers to the Maw of Go'rath to fight against Warlord Zon'ozz. Drake Alive
IconSmall DrakeGreen.gif Weaver Drake guarding the Sunken Temple now under the sway of the Nightmare. Drake Killable
IconSmall SpawnGreen.gif Forktongue Victim of the Nightmare. Called Dreamwatcher. Dragonspawn under the sway of the Nightmare found in Purespring Cavern. Dragonspawn Killable
IconSmall SpawnGreen.gif Wyrmak Victim of the Nightmare. Dragonspawn captain of the corrupted green dragonkin forces guarding the Sunken Temple. Dragonspawn Killable
IconSmall DrakonidGreen.gif Ferithos Reagent supplies vendor of Wyrmrest Temple. Located on the lower floor. Drakonid Alive

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Culture

As a result of Ysera's charge, the greens can simultaneously see the landscape of Azeroth, and the corresponding dreamscape. This enchanted vision, known as dreamsight, allows green dragons to perceive their surroundings with perfect clarity despite their closed eyes. When they venture to the physical world, they act as though it is the illusion and the realm from which they hail is the only source of reality, often only appearing as an illusion in half ethereal forms, or not physically at all.[18]

Other flights often call greens "brothers and sisters of Dream" in respect to the realm from which they hail.[18] Many night elves form such a close bond with the green flight they become dragonsworn,[19] though dragonsworn of other races are suspected.

History

Prior to the War of the Ancients the green dragons were numerous and co-existed peacefully with the other dragonflights, working together to safeguard their world. But this age would not last forever.[20]

The Great Tree in Crystalsong Forest at some point had twelve green dragons guarding the portal there, nesting in the tree's branches and swooping down to intercept visitors.[21]

Following the Battle of Mount Hyjal, green dragons were stationed at Hyjal Summit, where they, along with the reds, blues, and bronzes, guarded the World Tree from another attack by the remnants of the Burning Legion in Darkwhisper Gorge.[22][23] In addition green and red dragons were sent to Sunwell Grove to investigate and safeguard the remains of the Sunwell.[24]

With the new threat of the Emerald Nightmare, the tranquility of the Emerald Dream, and thus Azeroth, is at stake as everything the nightmare touches become wild and corrupt, including the green dragons and dragonkin themselves.[25]

References

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  3. ^ Thrall: Twilight of the Aspects, 73
  4. ^ "Charge of the Dragonflights" (HTML). Official World of Warcraft Battle.net Site. Retrieved on 2011-10-27.
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  6. ^ The Demon Soul, 305
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  13. ^ Tides of Darkness, 137-138
  14. ^ Day of the Dragon, "19-21": 321-68.
  15. ^ Stormrage, ??
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  17. ^ "The Dragonblight" (HTML). Wrath Of The Lich King Official Site. Retrieved on 2008-05-14.
  18. ^ a b Manual of Monsters, 35.
  19. ^ Dark Factions, 60.
  20. ^ Monster Guide, 39
  21. ^ Lands of Mystery, 97-8.
  22. ^ Lands of Mystery, 17.
  23. ^ Dark Factions, 146.
  24. ^ Lands of Conflict, 114.
  25. ^ Shadows & Light, 147.