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50px-WriterWolfMedallion.png This fan-fiction article, Tír na nÓg, was written by Adalwulf of Aedirn and Witcher190. Please do not edit this fiction without the writers' permission.

Tir ná nÓg is the world of the Fey and is governed by the Fey courts of the Seelie and Unseelie.

Its buildings are formed out of trees or rock magically molded into elegant forms in tune with nature, open on all sides (thus resembling gazebos or arbors), special places are built of marble, alabaster, and malachite, and adorned with stucco, terracotta, and mosaics. The realm has many bridges (repaired and guarded by trolls) and terraces, peristyles, cloisters and balconies, sculptures and monuments.

It is theorized this is the homeworld of the Ogroid type monster species. The amount of Chaos permeating the realm is much higher than that of the Continent thus when some species migrated during the Conjunction of the Spheres it affected them in the negative such as the trolls becoming less intelligent.

Known Countries

Rules for humanoids when dealing with the denizens of Tír na nÓg

See Rules of the Fey.

Notable People

  • Seelie- People of the Golden Oak Forest
    • King of the Seelie- King Bres OakLeaf (Archfey, descended from a Grigori)
    • Queen of the Seelie- Queen Brighid OakLeaf (Archfey, descended from a Unicorn)
  • Unseelie- People of the Night Ash Forest
    • King of the Unseelie- King Arawn AshBark (Archfey, descended from a Black True Dragon)
    • Queen of the Unseelie- Queen Mab AshBark (Archfey, descended from a Phoenix)
  • Republic of Mages
    • Council Representative of the Aen Seidhe- Lord Iangaerbrin
    • Council Representative of the Humans- Lord Druale
    • Council Representative of the Dwarves- Lord Zargard of Clan Vanmald

Relation with The World

Their relationship with The World is limited to more than being one of the many worlds that crossed during the Conjunction of the Spheres and liberated several monsters / beasts in The World. This is one of the worlds that during the Conjunction of the Spheres bled over the force of Chaos onto The World. Creatures from this world are magic-touched thus when some were forcibly ejected to The World there were consequences take Nekkers and Trolls for example, their intelligence was lowered significantly when compared to the specimens still living native to Tír na nÓg. Because of the Conjunction of the Spheres a population of humans, dwarves and elves ended up on Tír na nÓg it took a while for these population to learn the naturally unspoken rules of the denizens of Tír na nÓg. After which in an unusual display the humans, elves and dwarves formed a single nation, The Republic of Mages. All of their dealings with the two other kingdoms are handled by highly skilled diplomats and while they are not outright xenophobic, diplomatic officers patrol their territories to handle any disputes or conversations with the Fey that might occur.

Notable Races

  • The Republic of Mages
  • Seelie Court
  • Fey (Magic Folk)
    • High Fey (Medium Size)
    • Greater Fey (Medium size)
      • Aen Teg (Fair Folk)- The result of the union between an Archfey and an Elf. This race makes up the majority of the population of The Capital City of the Golden Oak Forest as well as the The Capital City of the Night Ash Forest. This change started during the first decade following the arrival of humans, elves and dwarves, as many Archfey seduced the newcomers resulting in a new race with a higher birth rate than its parents. The Aen Teg do no have the breeding time window of their elven ancestors resulting in large population numbers, the Aen Teg are utterly loyal to their Archfey ancestors often serving in their houses and cities.
      • Blood Fey
      • Changeling- The result of the union between an Archfey and a human. This race makes up the second largest majority of the population of The Capital City of the Golden Oak Forest as well as the The Capital City of the Night Ash Forest. This change started during the first decade following the arrival of humans, elves and dwarves, as many Archfey seduced the newcomers resulting in a new race with a longer lifespan than its human parents. Changelings have an obsession with humans and often want to trick or mate with them, this is race that the Republic of Mages diplomatic officers have to deal with the most.
      • Datanlolum Dwarves- The result of the union between an Archfey and a dwarf. This race makes up the third largest majority of the population of The Capital City of the Golden Oak Forest as well as the The Capital City of the Night Ash Forest. This change started during the first decade following the arrival of humans, elves and dwarves, as many Archfey seduced the newcomers resulting in a new race with a longer lifespan than its dwarven parents, they also have perfect skin, hair, teeth, and eyes. They are considered far more beautiful than their dwarven parents.
    • Large Fey (Large size)
    • Lesser Fey (Small & Diminutive size)
    • Ogroids
  • Unseelie Court
    • Fey (Magic Folk)
      • High Fey (Medium Size)
      • Greater Fey (Medium size)
        • Aen Teg (Fair Folk)- The result of the union between an Archfey and an Elf. This race makes up the majority of the population of The Capital City of the Golden Oak Forest as well as the The Capital City of the Night Ash Forest. This change started during the first decade following the arrival of humans, elves and dwarves, as many Archfey seduced the newcomers resulting in a new race with a higher birth rate than its parents. The Aen Teg do no have the breeding time window of their elven ancestors resulting in large population numbers, the Aen Teg are utterly loyal to their Archfey ancestors often serving in their houses and cities.
        • Blood Fey
        • Bone Fey
        • Changeling- The result of the union between an Archfey and a human. This race makes up the second largest majority of the population of The Capital City of the Golden Oak Forest as well as the The Capital City of the Night Ash Forest. This change started during the first decade following the arrival of humans, elves and dwarves, as many Archfey seduced the newcomers resulting in a new race with a longer lifespan than its human parents. Changelings have an obsession with humans and often want to trick or mate with them, this is race that the Republic of Mages diplomatic officers have to deal with the most.
        • Datanlolum Dwarves- The result of the union between an Archfey and a dwarf. This race makes up the third largest majority of the population of The Capital City of the Golden Oak Forest as well as the The Capital City of the Night Ash Forest. This change started during the first decade following the arrival of humans, elves and dwarves, as many Archfey seduced the newcomers resulting in a new race with a longer lifespan than its dwarven parents, they also have perfect skin, hair, teeth, and eyes. They are considered far more beautiful than their dwarven parents.
      • Large Fey (Large size)
      • Lesser Fey (Small & Diminutive size)
        • Tooth Fairies- A diminutive cousin of the Bone Fey, they have a contract to trade teeth for coin, this is done by leaving teeth underneath a pillow. When not enough teeth are harvestable they will raid graveyards and cemeteries exhuming the bodies to take teeth.
    • Giants/Titans
      • Cloud Giant
      • Cyclops
      • Firbolgs
      • Fire Giants
      • Hill Giants
      • Ice Giants
      • Stone Giants
      • Storm Giants
    • Goblinoids
    • Necrophages
      • Bullvores
      • Cemetaurs (Female)
        • Graveirs (Male)
      • Drowners (Bestial Intellect, no better than a predatory fish)
        • Drowned Dead (Bestial Intellect)
        • Mucknixer (Bestial Intellect)
      • Foglets
      • Ghouls (Bestial Intellect)
        • Alghouls (Bestial Intellect)
      • Hags
        • Annis Hags (Female Form of the Devourers) (Human level intelligence)
        • Bheur Hags (Human level intelligence)
        • Grave Hags (Human level intelligence)
        • Green Hags (Human level intelligence)
          • Water Hags (Bestial level intelligence)
        • Night Hags
      • Rotfiend (Male) (Bestial Intellect)
        • Devourers (Male) (Bestial Intellect)
        • Greater Rotfiends (Bestial Intellect)
        • Scurver (Bestial Intellect)
      • Wights (Bestial Intellect)
        • Spotted Wights (Bestial Intellect)
    • Ogroids

Locations

  • Seelie Court
    • The Capital City of the Golden Oak Forest
  • Unseelie Court
    • The Capital City of the Night Ash Forest
  • The Republic of Mages
    • The Capital City of Avalon
  • Unclaimed Territory
    • The Throne of The Source- A large living throne grown out of a intertwined combination of a Golden Oak tree and a Night Ash Tree, legends among the Fey say it belongs to a forgotten deity of unspeakable power and strength. It once had a temple that surrounded it but it fell to the ravages of time, but the Throne endures awaiting the return of its master.

Trivia

  • Tír na nÓg is likely to be connected with Tir ná Lia.
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