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Then, General Draconisse na Struílhuim approached Kinkayle and whispered in his ear. "He tells the truth, Daulky. Also, there is something else. Someone is looking for you. Before we negotiated, we met a strange figure in white, inquiring about your whereabouts, but we didn't know what became of you. You vanished, mysteriously. We thought you were captured by your own people."(Chronicles of Tristan: The Revelation)
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Artist: Clyde Caldwell © 2004
The Appearance of the Ichòainn was spotted in Thoris Port
on various times of its sacking, in the year 3 BA.
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“Did you see it? What was it?” Lankìnya asked the stranger in white robes. Her face filled with fear and shadow.
The sight of the dark cloud of doom translated in her being and she incorporated the strange eerie sensation of the cloud in her heart. Standing catatonic from the
sights in her mind, she gazed mysteriously out over the bastion of Tír Ashleàng towards the Sea of Judgement. She had just seen the vilest of creatures of the land
and she lost track of where she was at the moment. “His yellow eyes penetrated my soul. The gaping maw with large, razor sharp teeth reached out for me.
And…and, his face was black as cinder! It was a beast coming out of the cold places of Arden. White…white everywhere I looked, but I saw blackness grow against it!
It was the creature of fear!” She shivered and a blank, twitching stare became the expression of her face.
 …Àieollain (EE-yohl-li ’ ). The name the evil spirit gave to Queen Àisleàng was Àieollain, relating to the term, aluín,
"aside" or "near." When it was realized that the spirit was masquerading itself as a servant of light and manipulating her, Queen Àisleàng was
faced with the peril of being haunted by it. She gained help from the Neither Sea, by the Spirit of Agas Sroíngal. ^
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