Myros - Cultures (Tanglewoode)

Unlike their cousins, the eladrin, the Elves of Tanglewoode consider the earth to be sacred, and revel in their physical, emotional and spiritual ties to the land. Their settlements vary wildly in structure and layout: some are tree cities, with buildings connected web-like across wide forests of ancient oak; others consist of trees intentionally planted to form walls and archways, with upper limbs lovingly encouraged to form a waterproof canopies overhead; still others capitalize on the natural beauty of sacred rock formations, hot springs, natural cairns, bodies of water and, in one instance, building both in front of and in the caves behind a massive waterfall.

While never friendly with the human empire of Nur (past or present), the elves will socialize with the horsemen of Atherton.

Myros - Cultures (Tanglewoode)

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