The Company of Faire Folk rides out! Or walks, flies or (consults notes) swims – as is your preference. Our Tour today takes us to the high tech region of Mithlumen by Amethyst Ytelde and Scarlet Fey.
The age of nature has long passed, but Elven sensibility remains in the marrow and veins of the futuristic realm of Mithlumen. Wood and vine are mere memories amongst the alloy and silicon curves that adorn the technological evolutions of Elvenkind. Magic, however, never gives up its lifeblood, but only emerges from the chrysalis of time to operate through transmission lines and neural systems that bring the city to life.
Things to See:
When you arrive at Mithlumen you are greeted by a sight that is both familiar and brand new. Graceful Elven arches and pillars, engraved with Elven script, circle the tree of life. Everything glows with a new magic, a futuristic excitement. This is a world of light set against a backdrop of dark sky.
You turn to see the Memory Garden. A shining symphony of light and color constantly changes, and yet remains the same. The lighted path circles around the garden. Below the statue is a plaque and scene that are very meaningful.
The iconic Elven artistry is seen everywhere. Even the plants beckon you to sit on their leaves in quiet contemplation.
(Be sure to note the Atmosphere Generator advising the EEP Environment settings for the best visual experience.)
The path brings you back to the Landing. Follow the stairs to find another path. The Ghost Guides point the way to secret places you don’t want to miss. Be sure to visit the Party Room! Take the time to sit at the overlooks with a friend or five.
Things to ponder:
The beauty and wonder of the Human-and Elven-spirit. Think outside the box. Remember the good that has gone before, and look forward in wonder to the amazing delights that lie ahead.
Tours leave daily at 5:00pm from Líng xiāo lóng 灵霄龙> , to explore the Fairelands.
We encourage people who join the Tours to write about the Fairelands we visit. We would love it if you would share your work by submitting your story or poem! All pieces will be posted online along with others inspired by this region. You retain creative ownership of works shared.
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