|Affiliation(s)||Court of Night, Night Fae Covenant|
|Occupation||Historian of the dream trees|
|Location||Hibernal Hollow, Ardenweald|
Greetings, what would you like to know about our trees?
Do the trees have names?
- Yes! Each tree has a name! Our tree in Hibernal Hollow is named Tirna Glayn. To the north, the grove of Tirna Vaal gets its name from the tree there.
- Tirna Noch, the fallen tree, was lost earlier in the drought, and Tirna Rowen up in Heartwood Grove has just recently perished.
- And of course there's Tirna Scithe, but I wouldn't dare go near there, it's too dangerous!
Are the tirnenn related to the trees?
- Oh yes! The tirnenn are the wonderful, tall, walking-talking treefolk. They are somehow related to the trees of Ardenweald, but they are so old and strange, we don't exactly know how.
- Some of them can even hear the trees speaking to them! Though they speak more in song and melody than in words, from what I understand.
- It's fascinating!
What happens when a tree dies?
- <Simmerfly's expression falls.>
- It is a terrible tragedy to lose a tree. When there is not enough anima for the forest as a whole, the Queen may choose to let one die in order to save the rest.
- A terrible choice, but necessary.
- When a tree dies, all of the wildseeds that were under its boughs cannot be sustained. Some may be taken to another grove, but the rest...
- And what's worse, some say that in the dead groves, the barrier between Ardenweald and other planes is weakest.
- They say, that in those places we are most vulnerable to attack.
- Patch 9.0.2 (2020-11-17): Added.