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A '''Pathfinder''' is a long wand-like device that is the main mode of transportation for the [[About the Elves|elves]]. Pathfinders usually have a colored [[Leaping Crystals|crystal]] atop a long, thin stick, allowing light to pass through the facets and create a beam on the ground. Stepping into the beam will take the person to their chosen location (see: [[Light Leaping|light leaping]]). Depending on the light source, color and facets of the crystal, a pathfinder can be made to reach a variety of places. [[About the Elves|Elves]] are only allowed to have a pathfinder until they reach a certain point on their [[Nexuses|nexus]], a safety mechanism for elves who are new to the process.
 
A '''Pathfinder''' is a long wand-like device that is the main mode of transportation for the [[About the Elves|elves]]. Pathfinders usually have a colored [[Leaping Crystals|crystal]] atop a long, thin stick, allowing light to pass through the facets and create a beam on the ground. Stepping into the beam will take the person to their chosen location (see: [[Light Leaping|light leaping]]). Depending on the light source, color and facets of the crystal, a pathfinder can be made to reach a variety of places. [[About the Elves|Elves]] are only allowed to have a pathfinder until they reach a certain point on their [[Nexuses|nexus]], a safety mechanism for elves who are new to the process.
   
In [[Book 1: Keeper of the Lost Cities|the first book]], [[Fitzroy Avery Vacker|Fitz]] uses a pathfinder to introduce [[Sophie Elizabeth Foster|Sophie]] to the elvin world. Sophie mockingly refers to it as a "magic wand" and questions the physics behind the device's function.
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In [[Book 1: Keeper of the Lost Cities|the first book]], [[Fitzroy Avery Vacker|Fitz]] uses a pathfinder to introduce [[Sophie Elizabeth Foster|Sophie]] to the Elvin world. Sophie mockingly refers to it as a "magic wand" and questions the physics behind the device's function.
   
 
== Where the Known [[Leaping Crystals|Crystals]] Lead ==
 
== Where the Known [[Leaping Crystals|Crystals]] Lead ==
 
As previously mentioned, different colors of crystals can lead to different places. The different colored crystals will lead to:
 
As previously mentioned, different colors of crystals can lead to different places. The different colored crystals will lead to:
* Clear - [[About the Elves|Elvin]] [[Lost Cities|Cities]]
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* Clear: [[About the Elves|Elvin]] [[Lost Cities|Cities]]
* Cobalt Blue - [[Forbidden Cities]]
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* Home crystals''':''' Set to a designated location: a specific elf's residence—usually clear
* Yellow - [[The Neutral Territories|Neutral Territories]]
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* Cobalt Blue: The [[Forbidden Cities]]
* Green - [[Ogres|Ogre]] Cities
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* Pale Yellow: The [[The Neutral Territories|Neutral Territories]]
* Pale Pinkish Purple - [[Black Swan]]'s Hideouts
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* Green: [[Ogres|Ogre]] Cities
* Red - Unknown
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* Pale Pink: [[Black Swan]]'s Hideouts
* Black - Gateway to Exile
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* Purple: Alluveterre
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* Red - Unknown(though it's presumed that these go to the Councillor's Castles)
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* Black '''[[Magsidian]]''': [[Exile]]/[[Loamnore]]
 
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Revision as of 22:01, June 29, 2020

A Pathfinder is a long wand-like device that is the main mode of transportation for the elves. Pathfinders usually have a colored crystal atop a long, thin stick, allowing light to pass through the facets and create a beam on the ground. Stepping into the beam will take the person to their chosen location (see: light leaping). Depending on the light source, color and facets of the crystal, a pathfinder can be made to reach a variety of places. Elves are only allowed to have a pathfinder until they reach a certain point on their nexus, a safety mechanism for elves who are new to the process.

In the first book, Fitz uses a pathfinder to introduce Sophie to the Elvin world. Sophie mockingly refers to it as a "magic wand" and questions the physics behind the device's function.

Where the Known Crystals Lead

As previously mentioned, different colors of crystals can lead to different places. The different colored crystals will lead to:


References

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