Sana'ati

From elanthipedia
Jump to: navigation, search

Long-lived, deciduous tree with broad leaves and thick trunks. These trees are ancient sentinels of the forests, and often are the dwelling of choice in Elven towns and villages. Huge, spreading canopies, broad leaves for protection from sun and rain, and numerous thick vines, shoots and roots that project out from the main branches and trunk, and serve as walkways or ladders make them ideal shelters and even living complexes.

The Elvish legend of Lorethew Belgundi states that it was under an old and stately tree of this kind that the Lorethew received the Elven Ilthalo (Scrolls of Knowledge) from the god Alamhif. Thus the trees are sacred to the Elves, and wars have been fought when other races have encroached into the Sylvan Domain and felled these mighty trees. The only time they may be harvested is once dead.

Items made from Sana'ati wood are rare and precious indeed, and said to be more receptive to magical imbedding and use. Sana'ati Dyaus wood is sacred and cannot be used in alterations. Regular sana'ati wood (lower case, no Dyaus at the end) is acceptable for alterations and does not need to be provided.

Items

ItemSource isRare item
Aesetani applewood staff inlaid with sana'ati heartsSputkin's Splendors (4)true
Brilliant sana'ati heartQuest for Kanton's Daggertrue
Burnished wheel painted with colorful sea creaturesHollow Eve Festival 436/Game prizestrue
Butcher's knife fit with a short hiltBreaking and Entering/Kitchen loottrue
Dainty comb carved with blossomsBreaking and Entering/Bedroom loottrue
Dainty cowbell fit with a polished handleBreaking and Entering/Library loottrue
Elaborate openwork tree pin crafted from sana'ati heartwoodDrathrok's Duskruin 419/Drathrok's Assemblagetrue
Elegant conquest wheel of sana'ati with Elven silver iconsHollow Eve Festival 421/Rafflestrue
Folding chair with a cushioned seatHollow Eve Festival 436/Game prizestrue
Fragile cubeBreaking and Entering/Bedroom loottrue
... further results

Related Forum Posts

None yet.