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  • Moritaur, the Phantom Queen

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    Moritaur, the Phantom Queen, represents all that elves have
    to offer their society. As Naram, the Mother, she brings the promise
    of fertility and hope for rebirth. Tula, the Crone, proffers the wisdom
    of millennia, of elves long since passed beyond the Veil. And Beccam,
    the Warrior, whose power defends the heart of the forest against all
    assailants. She loves and longs for her King’s return, yet in his absence
    she preserves their home through the harsh winter.
    Emerentius -
    “A Study of the Gods”
    (Narrenwald Press, 907 A.S.)

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