A Brief History of the Fairelands

Listen to the Mythos of the Fairelands:
Elizabeth Tinsley and Zander Greene talk about how the Fairelands came to be, who the Junction is, what the Unweaver represents, and why tinies of the Fairelands Watch have unlimited power in the Fairelands

“Gravity? Forget it. The greater law is narrative. Things happen as they do because it makes for a better story.”
From Lectures to the Symposia Fairelandia, by Dr. George Gerald, Chair of the Department of
Darke Magick and Social Media, Bard Queen’s College

The documents contained within this section of the august Fantasy Faire website are a distillation by that noted scholar, Professor Zander Greene, drawn from the writings of generations of Faireland historians and lorists, and a collection of modern transcriptions of some ancient texts, recently discovered in a remote section of the library in the Halls of Story.

It is our hope that, in the fullness of time, aetheric facsimiles of these documents might be made available to future generations of Faireland scholars, accompanied by illustrations of the lost times when the events contained within these documents occurred.

“But wonder on, till truth make all things plain.”
William Shakespeare

Part One: The Beginning
(and why talking about it is a good way to end up in a tavern brawl)

Part Two: Junction

Part Three: Francis Garland, the Bardic Order, and the Unweaver

A RFL of SL Event

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