Talk:Anloralhe

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In response the the following comment within the article because I belonged on a discussion page: "Aside: why does an Elf have a name from Gamgweth, a language that is traditionally Human?]" The answer is that Gamgweth is not a currently spoken language, currently it's a language of scholars much like Latin is in real life. It's very common for Elves to name their children in Gamgweth as well as for places completely unrelated to humans to bear Gamgweth names. Oramiwe 00:39, 22 May 2008 (CDT)

Name spelling clarification; per the GM that assisted for the event held 2/4/11 for the 250 year anniversary of her murder, the correct spelling is Anloralhe, not Anlorahle. It is, however, spelled with the HLE in some instances of the game. I corrected a few links, and am adding this here to make the redirect I added at that time a little more clearer --Ysselt 20:01, 22 June 2011 (UTC)