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“The Lost Cities wasn't a bad place. But it wasn't the ideal world everyone wanted it to be either. And it it had a lot of buried secrets.”

—Narration, in Book 7: Flashback


The Lost Cities are the cities for the elves. Many of them have been previously inhabited by humans, before the Human Betrayal. The most well-known city the humans have previously lived in is Atlantis.

The elves love to build stuff that is glittery so it's much sparklier than the human cities

Known Lost Cities Edit



Places
Lost Cities
Cities

AtlantisEternaliaGildinghamLumenariaMarintryllaMysteriumRavagogSerenvale

Residences

CandleshadeChoralmereDawnheathEverglenHavenfieldMistmeadRimeshireRiverdriftShores of SolaceSterling GablesWidgetmoor

Hideouts

Black Swan Hideouts

AlluveterreBrumevaleStone House

Neverseen Hideouts

The Sixteen Former HideoutsPallidroseGwynauraValkonianLady Gisela's NightfallVespera's Nightfall

Exile Places

Entrance to ExileGateway to ExileExileThe Room Where Chances Are LostThe Somnatorium

Foxfire

FoxfireThe Gold TowerThe Hall of IlluminationThe Healing CenterThe Silver TowerThe Tutoring Center

Rivers

The Alenon RiverThe Eventide RiverSpateswale

Other

Claws, Wings, Horns and ThingsDawnheath Troll HiveMoongladeOblivymereHall of HeroesPoint of PurityPrism PeaksSiren RockThe Gloaming ValleyThe King's PathThe Matchmaking OfficeThe SanctuaryThe VoidTribunal HallThe Unity FountainWanderling Woods

Neutral Territories

Bosk GorgeBrackendaleMerrowmarshThe Lake of BloodThe Starkrial ValleyThe Strixian PlainsThe Wildwood Colony

Exillium

ExilliumThe Arch of Dividing

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