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A proud and insular people, the Ljosalfar strive to preserve nature and shape it to their will. The light elves resist change, flash-freezing their ancient homeland to keep it in an idealized, timeless state. The Ljosalfar revere the principle of Justice, fighting time and again to defend Amalur against chaos and darkness.

The light elves stand with their Dokkalfar cousins to battle the relentless armies of the Tuatha . Though far from their frozen homeland, the Ljosalfar are determined to keep the fortress of Mel Senshir from falling into the hands of their enemy.

The Ljosalfar are proud and ancient people from the frozen lands of the north. Ljosalfar judge themselves fit to divine right from wrong under wind, sun, and sky, and mete an even-handed justice.

The Noldor ( Third Age Exilic Q , pron. [ˈnoldor] ) or Ñoldor (older and Amanya Q, pron. [ˈŋoldor] ) were those of the second clan of the Elves who came to Aman . They were highly skilled in crafts and gained much knowledge, which they passed on to Men after their Exile . Their King was originally Finwë , but he was slain by Morgoth , leading his son Fëanor to avenge him and the theft of his jewels by making war upon Morgoth in Middle-earth . The war of the Noldor against Morgoth comprises many of the tales of the First Age .

According to legend, the clan was founded by Tata , the second Elf to awake at Cuiviénen . With him were his spouse Tatië and their 54 companions, and this clan became known as the Tatyar . Finwë , the first Ñoldor to come to Valinor with Oromë , became their King, and led most of them to Valinor. Out of the original 56 Tatyar who awoke at Cuiviénen, 28 remained at the place of their awakening, becoming Avari , while the other original 28 and their offspring continued on their Great Journey .

The Noldor earned the greatest hatred of Melkor , who envied their prosperity and, most of all, the Silmarils. So he went often among them, offering counsel, and the Noldor hearkened, being eager for lore. But amid his seemingly good advice, Melkor sowed lies to turn one House of the Noldor against another, and in the end the peace in Tirion was poisoned. After threatening his half-brother Fingolfin , Fëanor was banished from Tirion by the Valar , and with him went Finwë his father. Fingolfin remained as the ruler of the Noldor of Tirion.

Elves are one of the four races featured in The Hollow Kingdom trilogy. At the start of the series, they are thought to be extinct. By the last book, they are reistablished in their ancestrial home. The race is based off of beauty.

The bodiless beings known as the First Fathers became interested in the physical world and decided to create races of their oown. Looking at humans, they saw the shortcomings of that race and worked to avoid those flaws in their own creations. Since the First Fathers disagreed on whether to form their new races on beauty or strength, two races were created: the elves and the goblins. The First Fathers of the elves created their race with only what was beautiful and designed teir way of life to be filled with ease.

During all of those years, the goblins followed the elves. When they reached Britain, the goblin King, Marak Lionclaw was born. He was very magical and preyed on the elves. He kidnaps half of the elf camp lords and holds them hostage. The daughter of the elf King's advisor, Dara, agrees to marry Lionclaw to free the elf lords. Since the goblin King loves her, he makes peoce with the elves. He and the elf King create the truce circle and establish protocal between the races.

This year Santas workshop is taking a break and the Kingdom of the Elves have planned the largest kiddies Christmas Party in Colombo. The Elves are inviting all the little boys and girls for a day filled with fun and Games. Stanta will be their special guest for the day! - All kids are asked to dress like elves to enter the party!
Rs. 2,500 nett per guest | call 0773587419 for more information

A proud and insular people, the Ljosalfar strive to preserve nature and shape it to their will. The light elves resist change, flash-freezing their ancient homeland to keep it in an idealized, timeless state. The Ljosalfar revere the principle of Justice, fighting time and again to defend Amalur against chaos and darkness.

The light elves stand with their Dokkalfar cousins to battle the relentless armies of the Tuatha . Though far from their frozen homeland, the Ljosalfar are determined to keep the fortress of Mel Senshir from falling into the hands of their enemy.

The Ljosalfar are proud and ancient people from the frozen lands of the north. Ljosalfar judge themselves fit to divine right from wrong under wind, sun, and sky, and mete an even-handed justice.

The Noldor ( Third Age Exilic Q , pron. [ˈnoldor] ) or Ñoldor (older and Amanya Q, pron. [ˈŋoldor] ) were those of the second clan of the Elves who came to Aman . They were highly skilled in crafts and gained much knowledge, which they passed on to Men after their Exile . Their King was originally Finwë , but he was slain by Morgoth , leading his son Fëanor to avenge him and the theft of his jewels by making war upon Morgoth in Middle-earth . The war of the Noldor against Morgoth comprises many of the tales of the First Age .

According to legend, the clan was founded by Tata , the second Elf to awake at Cuiviénen . With him were his spouse Tatië and their 54 companions, and this clan became known as the Tatyar . Finwë , the first Ñoldor to come to Valinor with Oromë , became their King, and led most of them to Valinor. Out of the original 56 Tatyar who awoke at Cuiviénen, 28 remained at the place of their awakening, becoming Avari , while the other original 28 and their offspring continued on their Great Journey .

The Noldor earned the greatest hatred of Melkor , who envied their prosperity and, most of all, the Silmarils. So he went often among them, offering counsel, and the Noldor hearkened, being eager for lore. But amid his seemingly good advice, Melkor sowed lies to turn one House of the Noldor against another, and in the end the peace in Tirion was poisoned. After threatening his half-brother Fingolfin , Fëanor was banished from Tirion by the Valar , and with him went Finwë his father. Fingolfin remained as the ruler of the Noldor of Tirion.

A proud and insular people, the Ljosalfar strive to preserve nature and shape it to their will. The light elves resist change, flash-freezing their ancient homeland to keep it in an idealized, timeless state. The Ljosalfar revere the principle of Justice, fighting time and again to defend Amalur against chaos and darkness.

The light elves stand with their Dokkalfar cousins to battle the relentless armies of the Tuatha . Though far from their frozen homeland, the Ljosalfar are determined to keep the fortress of Mel Senshir from falling into the hands of their enemy.

The Ljosalfar are proud and ancient people from the frozen lands of the north. Ljosalfar judge themselves fit to divine right from wrong under wind, sun, and sky, and mete an even-handed justice.

The Noldor ( Third Age Exilic Q , pron. [ˈnoldor] ) or Ñoldor (older and Amanya Q, pron. [ˈŋoldor] ) were those of the second clan of the Elves who came to Aman . They were highly skilled in crafts and gained much knowledge, which they passed on to Men after their Exile . Their King was originally Finwë , but he was slain by Morgoth , leading his son Fëanor to avenge him and the theft of his jewels by making war upon Morgoth in Middle-earth . The war of the Noldor against Morgoth comprises many of the tales of the First Age .

According to legend, the clan was founded by Tata , the second Elf to awake at Cuiviénen . With him were his spouse Tatië and their 54 companions, and this clan became known as the Tatyar . Finwë , the first Ñoldor to come to Valinor with Oromë , became their King, and led most of them to Valinor. Out of the original 56 Tatyar who awoke at Cuiviénen, 28 remained at the place of their awakening, becoming Avari , while the other original 28 and their offspring continued on their Great Journey .

The Noldor earned the greatest hatred of Melkor , who envied their prosperity and, most of all, the Silmarils. So he went often among them, offering counsel, and the Noldor hearkened, being eager for lore. But amid his seemingly good advice, Melkor sowed lies to turn one House of the Noldor against another, and in the end the peace in Tirion was poisoned. After threatening his half-brother Fingolfin , Fëanor was banished from Tirion by the Valar , and with him went Finwë his father. Fingolfin remained as the ruler of the Noldor of Tirion.

Elves are one of the four races featured in The Hollow Kingdom trilogy. At the start of the series, they are thought to be extinct. By the last book, they are reistablished in their ancestrial home. The race is based off of beauty.

The bodiless beings known as the First Fathers became interested in the physical world and decided to create races of their oown. Looking at humans, they saw the shortcomings of that race and worked to avoid those flaws in their own creations. Since the First Fathers disagreed on whether to form their new races on beauty or strength, two races were created: the elves and the goblins. The First Fathers of the elves created their race with only what was beautiful and designed teir way of life to be filled with ease.

During all of those years, the goblins followed the elves. When they reached Britain, the goblin King, Marak Lionclaw was born. He was very magical and preyed on the elves. He kidnaps half of the elf camp lords and holds them hostage. The daughter of the elf King's advisor, Dara, agrees to marry Lionclaw to free the elf lords. Since the goblin King loves her, he makes peoce with the elves. He and the elf King create the truce circle and establish protocal between the races.

This year Santas workshop is taking a break and the Kingdom of the Elves have planned the largest kiddies Christmas Party in Colombo. The Elves are inviting all the little boys and girls for a day filled with fun and Games. Stanta will be their special guest for the day! - All kids are asked to dress like elves to enter the party!
Rs. 2,500 nett per guest | call 0773587419 for more information

There is a large tree with ladders and platforms attached to it. There are tents set up in various places. There are a lot of flowers and other plants scattered throughout. In the back is a raised platform with Kyle's throne. There is an armory in the bottom right.

A proud and insular people, the Ljosalfar strive to preserve nature and shape it to their will. The light elves resist change, flash-freezing their ancient homeland to keep it in an idealized, timeless state. The Ljosalfar revere the principle of Justice, fighting time and again to defend Amalur against chaos and darkness.

The light elves stand with their Dokkalfar cousins to battle the relentless armies of the Tuatha . Though far from their frozen homeland, the Ljosalfar are determined to keep the fortress of Mel Senshir from falling into the hands of their enemy.

The Ljosalfar are proud and ancient people from the frozen lands of the north. Ljosalfar judge themselves fit to divine right from wrong under wind, sun, and sky, and mete an even-handed justice.

A proud and insular people, the Ljosalfar strive to preserve nature and shape it to their will. The light elves resist change, flash-freezing their ancient homeland to keep it in an idealized, timeless state. The Ljosalfar revere the principle of Justice, fighting time and again to defend Amalur against chaos and darkness.

The light elves stand with their Dokkalfar cousins to battle the relentless armies of the Tuatha . Though far from their frozen homeland, the Ljosalfar are determined to keep the fortress of Mel Senshir from falling into the hands of their enemy.

The Ljosalfar are proud and ancient people from the frozen lands of the north. Ljosalfar judge themselves fit to divine right from wrong under wind, sun, and sky, and mete an even-handed justice.

The Noldor ( Third Age Exilic Q , pron. [ˈnoldor] ) or Ñoldor (older and Amanya Q, pron. [ˈŋoldor] ) were those of the second clan of the Elves who came to Aman . They were highly skilled in crafts and gained much knowledge, which they passed on to Men after their Exile . Their King was originally Finwë , but he was slain by Morgoth , leading his son Fëanor to avenge him and the theft of his jewels by making war upon Morgoth in Middle-earth . The war of the Noldor against Morgoth comprises many of the tales of the First Age .

According to legend, the clan was founded by Tata , the second Elf to awake at Cuiviénen . With him were his spouse Tatië and their 54 companions, and this clan became known as the Tatyar . Finwë , the first Ñoldor to come to Valinor with Oromë , became their King, and led most of them to Valinor. Out of the original 56 Tatyar who awoke at Cuiviénen, 28 remained at the place of their awakening, becoming Avari , while the other original 28 and their offspring continued on their Great Journey .

The Noldor earned the greatest hatred of Melkor , who envied their prosperity and, most of all, the Silmarils. So he went often among them, offering counsel, and the Noldor hearkened, being eager for lore. But amid his seemingly good advice, Melkor sowed lies to turn one House of the Noldor against another, and in the end the peace in Tirion was poisoned. After threatening his half-brother Fingolfin , Fëanor was banished from Tirion by the Valar , and with him went Finwë his father. Fingolfin remained as the ruler of the Noldor of Tirion.

Elves are one of the four races featured in The Hollow Kingdom trilogy. At the start of the series, they are thought to be extinct. By the last book, they are reistablished in their ancestrial home. The race is based off of beauty.

The bodiless beings known as the First Fathers became interested in the physical world and decided to create races of their oown. Looking at humans, they saw the shortcomings of that race and worked to avoid those flaws in their own creations. Since the First Fathers disagreed on whether to form their new races on beauty or strength, two races were created: the elves and the goblins. The First Fathers of the elves created their race with only what was beautiful and designed teir way of life to be filled with ease.

During all of those years, the goblins followed the elves. When they reached Britain, the goblin King, Marak Lionclaw was born. He was very magical and preyed on the elves. He kidnaps half of the elf camp lords and holds them hostage. The daughter of the elf King's advisor, Dara, agrees to marry Lionclaw to free the elf lords. Since the goblin King loves her, he makes peoce with the elves. He and the elf King create the truce circle and establish protocal between the races.


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