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<nowiki/>The '''elves''' once lived in harmony with the humans, but they are taught that humans wanted to rule the world instead of sharing it with all the intelligent species. Humans made disastrous weapons that they didn't know how to control, and the elves decided it would be best to sever connections with the humans completely. After the elves left, humans started making myths about them. [[Atlantis]], [[Unicorn|unicorns]], and pointy ears all came as the humans eventually started to forget about the elves, but the people who did remember the elves told these stories which became the myths.
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{{Quote|quote = I think you'd be surprised what we can bear,|speaker = [[Councillor Emery]]|book name = [[Book 7: Flashback|''Flashback'']]}}[[File:Sophie Foster Colour.jpg|thumb|225x225px|[[Sophie Elizabeth Foster]] ([[Ruewen]]) is the only elf with [[Brown Eyes]] who used to live with [[humans]]. She is protective of her friends and family. ]]<nowiki/>
   
There is a small Elvin group called the [[Black Swan]]. The [[Black Swan]] knew that the Elvin way was not working, and implemented change. They created [[Sophie Elizabeth Foster|Sophie Foster]], a girl of both worlds. She had seen the flaws in the human world, but when she moved to the [[Lost Cities]], she saw the flaws in the elf world, too. As she finds out more about herself and the [[Black Swan]], she and her friends start to see that what they originally had seen as perfect was not perfect at all. [[File:Sophie Foster Colour.jpg|thumb|330x330px|Sophie Elizabeth Foster (Ruewen) is the only elf with brown eyes. She is protective of her friends and family. She has a bright blue elephant called Ella. ]]
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The '''elves''' once lived in harmony with the [[humans]] under the treaty given to all the intelligent species, but they were taught that [[humans]] wanted to rule the world instead of sharing it. [[Humans]] made disastrous weapons that had the potential to destroy the world, and didn't know how to control them. For the safety of them all, the elves decided it would be best to sever connections with the [[humans]] completely. After the elves left, [[humans]] started making myths about them. [[Atlantis]], [[Eternalia|Shangri-la]], [[Unicorn|unicorns]], and pointy ears all came as the [[humans]] eventually started to forget about the elves, but the people who did remember the elves told these stories which became the myths.
She showed compassion and felt the need to protect her family. This led to the events in the ''Keeper of the Lost Cities'' series. The elves live in a non-violent world which has changed ever since the rapid growth of the two rebellious groups called the Black Swan and [[Neverseen]]. From Sophie and many other elves' perspective, the Black Swan is good, the Neverseen is evil, and the [[Councillors|Council]] is on a middle ground. When Sophie was twelve years old, she found out she was an elf.<br />
 
   
== <br />(Main) Characters ==
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There is a small elven group called the [[Black Swan]]. The [[Black Swan]] knew that the elven way was not working, and implemented change. They created [[Sophie Elizabeth Foster|Sophie Foster]], a girl of both worlds, and placed her with the [[Foster (Freeman) Family|Foster family]] in San Diego, California. She had seen the flaws in the [[Forbidden Cities|Forbidden Cities,]] as the [[Humans|human]] world was called, but when a mysterious boy named [[Fitz Vacker]] brought her to the [[Lost Cities]] at 12 years old, she saw the flaws in her new home too. As she finds out more about herself and the [[Black Swan|Black Swan,]] she and her friends start to see that what they originally had seen as perfect was not perfect at all.
[[Sophie Elizabeth Foster]]
 
   
[[Keefe Sencen]]
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She showed compassion and felt the need to protect her family, friends, and even just allies. This led to the events in the [[Keeper of the Lost Cities: Series|''Keeper of the Lost Cities'' series.]] The elves live in a non-violent world that has changed ever since the rapid growth of the two rebellious groups, the [[Black Swan]] and another group called the [[Neverseen]]. From [[Sophie]] and many other elves' perspective, the [[Black Swan]] are good, whereas the [[Neverseen]] have bad intentions, and the [[Councillors|Council]] on a middle ground.
   
[[Fitzroy Avery Vacker]]
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Elves have various [[Titles|titles]] to display certain statuses, such as "Lord," "Lady," "Councillor," and others.
   
[[Dexter Alvin Dizznee]]
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== Main Characters ==
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* [[Sophie Elizabeth Foster]]
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* [[Fitzroy Avery Vacker]]
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* [[Keefe Sencen]]
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* [[Dexter Alvin Dizznee]]
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* [[Biana Vacker]]
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* [[Tam Song]]
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* [[Linh Song]]
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* [[Marella Redek]]
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* [[Wylie Endal]]
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* [[Mr. Forkle|Mr. Forkle/]][[Magnate Leto Kerlof|Magnate Leto Kerlof/]][[Sir Astin]]
   
[[Biana Vacker]]
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== [[The Council|Council]] ==
   
[[Tam Song]]
 
 
[[Linh Song]]
 
 
[[Marella Redek]]
 
 
[[Mr. Forkle]]
 
 
==Government==
 
 
===[[Councillors]]===
 
===[[Councillors]]===
[[The Council]] is the ruling body of the [[Lost Cities]]. It is a group of elves that watch over the land. They make the laws, but they have a few rules they must follow: 
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[[The Council]] is the ruling body of the [[Lost Cities]]. It is a group of elves that watch over the land. They make the laws, but they have a few rules they must follow:
# [[Councillors]] may not marry or have a love interest. If they do, they must leave the position of being a [[Councillors|Councillor]] or forget about the connection entirely. '''Example: [[Oralie and Kenric]].''' 
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# [[Councillors]] may not marry or have a love interest. If they do, they must leave the position of being a [[Councillors|Councillor]] or forget about the connection entirely. '''Example: [[Oralie and Kenric]]'''
# [[Councillors]] are not allowed to allow other elves into their houses without previous notice. '''Example: When Fitz and Sophie arrived at Oralie's office to tell her info about recent events.'''
 
   
 
==== '''List of [[Councillors]] Known:''' ====
 
==== '''List of [[Councillors]] Known:''' ====
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[[Councillor Oralie]] ([[Empath]])
 
[[Councillor Oralie]] ([[Empath]])
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[[Fallon Vacker|Councillor Fallon]] (formerly) (Ability Unknown)
   
 
[[Councillor Terik]] ([[Descryer]])
 
[[Councillor Terik]] ([[Descryer]])
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[[Councillor Clarette]] ([[Polyglot]], but can speak to animals)
 
[[Councillor Clarette]] ([[Polyglot]], but can speak to animals)
   
[[Dame Alina|Councillor Alina]] (New) (Replacement of [[Councillor Kenric|Kenric]]) (Previous [[Foxfire]] Head, Known as Dame Alina) ([[Beguiler]])
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[[Dame Alina|Councillor Alina]] (As of [[Book 3: Everblaze|Everblaze]]) (Replacement of [[Councillor Kenric|Kenric]]) ([[Beguiler]])
   
[[Councillor Bronte]] ([[Infliction|Inflictor]])
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[[Councillor Bronte]] ([[Inflictor]])
   
 
[[Councillor Darek]]
 
[[Councillor Darek]]
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[[Councillor Velia]]
 
[[Councillor Velia]]
   
[[Councillor Zarina]] ([[Fulgurkinesis/Astrakinesis|Charger]])
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[[Councillor Zarina]] ([[Charger]])
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== Main Human-Elf Differences ==
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* Guilt
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When they take part in violence or do something particularly cruel, guilt consumes elves so much that their minds may [[Broken Mind|break]] from it, whereas humans may do horrible things without any guilt at all. This is part of the reason that the [[Neverseen]], who have tortured and hurt and killed throughout every book in the series, are so unstable.
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* [[Abilities|Special Abilties]]
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Elves can manifest special talents that make them able to do things humans never could like to read minds, control the elements, and turn invisible.
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* [[Skills]]
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All elves have natural abilities that humans don't, like [[Levitating|levitation]], regulating their body temperature, and [[telekinesis]].
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* [[Blue Eyes|Blue eyes]]
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All elves, except [[Sophie Elizabeth Foster|Sophie]], have blue eyes.
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* [[Elvin Life Spans|Life Spans]]
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Elves haven't died of old age, though they can be killed.
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== Books ==
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[[Book 1: Keeper of the Lost Cities|Book 1: ''Keeper of the Lost Cities'']]
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[[Book 2: Exile|Book 2: ''Exile'']]
   
=== Books: ===
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[[Book 3: Everblaze|Book 3: ''Everblaze'']]
[[Book 1: Keeper|Keeper of the Lost Cities - Book One]]
 
   
[[Book 2: Exile|Keeper of the Lost Cities: Exile - Book Two]]
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[[Book 4: Neverseen|Book 4: ''Neverseen'']]
   
[[Book 3: Everblaze|Keeper of the Lost Cities: Everblaze - Book Three]]
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[[Book 5: Lodestar|Book 5: ''Lodestar'']]
   
[[Book 4: Neverseen|Keeper of the Lost Cities: Neverseen - Book Four]]
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[[Book 6: Nightfall|Book 6: ''Nightfall'']]
   
[[Book 5: Lodestar|Keeper of the Lost Cities: Lodestar - Book Five]]
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[[Book 7: Flashback|Book 7: ''Flashback'']]
   
[[Book 6: Nightfall|Keeper of the Lost Cities: Nightfall - Book Six]]
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[[Book 8: Unknown|Book 8: ''Legacy'']]
   
[[Book 7: Flashback|Keeper of the Lost Cities: Flashback - Book Seven]]
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[[Book 9: Unknown|Book 9: Unknown]] '''To be Released: Fall 2020 '''
   
[[Book 8: Unknown|Keeper of the Lost Cities: Unknown - Book Eight]] '''To be Released: Fall 2019 '''
 
   
[[Book 9: Unknown|Keeper of the Lost Cities: Unknown - Book Nine]] '''To be Released: Fall 2020 '''
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To see the full timeline of the elves, go to the [[Elvin History]] page.
[[Category:Elvish Traditions]]
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[[Category:Elvin Traditions]]
 
[[Category:About the Elves]]
 
[[Category:About the Elves]]
 
[[Category:About]]
 
[[Category:About]]

Revision as of 22:54, January 2, 2020

“I think you'd be surprised what we can bear,”

Councillor Emery, in Flashback

Sophie Foster Colour

Sophie Elizabeth Foster (Ruewen) is the only elf with Brown Eyes who used to live with humans. She is protective of her friends and family.

The elves once lived in harmony with the humans under the treaty given to all the intelligent species, but they were taught that humans wanted to rule the world instead of sharing it. Humans made disastrous weapons that had the potential to destroy the world, and didn't know how to control them. For the safety of them all, the elves decided it would be best to sever connections with the humans completely. After the elves left, humans started making myths about them. Atlantis, Shangri-la, unicorns, and pointy ears all came as the humans eventually started to forget about the elves, but the people who did remember the elves told these stories which became the myths.

There is a small elven group called the Black Swan. The Black Swan knew that the elven way was not working, and implemented change. They created Sophie Foster, a girl of both worlds, and placed her with the Foster family in San Diego, California. She had seen the flaws in the Forbidden Cities, as the human world was called, but when a mysterious boy named Fitz Vacker brought her to the Lost Cities at 12 years old, she saw the flaws in her new home too. As she finds out more about herself and the Black Swan, she and her friends start to see that what they originally had seen as perfect was not perfect at all.

She showed compassion and felt the need to protect her family, friends, and even just allies. This led to the events in the Keeper of the Lost Cities series. The elves live in a non-violent world that has changed ever since the rapid growth of the two rebellious groups, the Black Swan and another group called the Neverseen. From Sophie and many other elves' perspective, the Black Swan are good, whereas the Neverseen have bad intentions, and the Council on a middle ground.

Elves have various titles to display certain statuses, such as "Lord," "Lady," "Councillor," and others.

Main Characters

Council

Councillors

The Council is the ruling body of the Lost Cities. It is a group of elves that watch over the land. They make the laws, but they have a few rules they must follow:

  1. Councillors may not marry or have a love interest. If they do, they must leave the position of being a Councillor or forget about the connection entirely. Example: Oralie and Kenric

List of Councillors Known:

Councillor Kenric (deceased) (Telepath)

Councillor Oralie (Empath)

Councillor Fallon (formerly) (Ability Unknown)

Councillor Terik (Descryer)

Councillor Emery (Spokesman) (Telepath)

Councillor Liora (Conjurer)

Councillor Noland (Vociferator)

Councillor Clarette (Polyglot, but can speak to animals)

Councillor Alina (As of Everblaze) (Replacement of Kenric) (Beguiler)

Councillor Bronte (Inflictor)

Councillor Darek

Councillor Ramira

Councillor Velia

Councillor Zarina (Charger)

Main Human-Elf Differences

  • Guilt

When they take part in violence or do something particularly cruel, guilt consumes elves so much that their minds may break from it, whereas humans may do horrible things without any guilt at all. This is part of the reason that the Neverseen, who have tortured and hurt and killed throughout every book in the series, are so unstable.

Elves can manifest special talents that make them able to do things humans never could like to read minds, control the elements, and turn invisible.

All elves have natural abilities that humans don't, like levitation, regulating their body temperature, and telekinesis.

All elves, except Sophie, have blue eyes.

Elves haven't died of old age, though they can be killed.

Books

Book 1: Keeper of the Lost Cities

Book 2: Exile

Book 3: Everblaze

Book 4: Neverseen

Book 5: Lodestar

Book 6: Nightfall

Book 7: Flashback

Book 8: Legacy

Book 9: Unknown To be Released: Fall 2020


To see the full timeline of the elves, go to the Elvin History page.

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