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Feanor
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Posted - 18 Feb 2006 :  20:06:31  Show Profile Send Feanor a Private Message  Reply with Quote  Delete Topic
Poll Question:
Ok, I always had some sympathy for Elaith Craulnober... So, is there anyone who thinks that Elaith could have been a good guy if he had not been rejected by his moonblade ?
Yes, I am one of those, , I don't think Elaith is truly evil at the core, I just think he had a traumatizing experience...

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My thought's are that after the last ec novel on this series, he is having some life choices decisions being made and his alignment may be changing to more of a "good" character. he has always seemed to me at least, to be an Elf that has just been dealt some tough blows, which obviously has created who he is. my thinking/ hope is that in the next novel we will see some more changes in Elaith that will make him a better person (Elf)

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Well, I would say he might be now, but that would be after coming full circle. I think being rejected by his Moonblade made Elaith feel like somehow he must be tainted, but in the end, there may have been other issues as to his unworthiness. In the end, if he would never had made a good leader, or if he lacked the confidence to become importance, and the blades in the end have to do with the rulership of Evermeet, that may have been why he was rejected.

Elaith of course took this to mean not that he was unworthy as a leader or someone that could stand on their own, but that he had some kind of taint, an evil within him. Once he was convinced of this, he let this direct his path. How many times have you heard that if someone keeps telling you that you are no good or are unworthy, you will start to act that way, simply because you have never had the reinforcement of knowing that they are all wrong. The moonblade should have been able to read his heart, so it should KNOW unequivically if he is good or not.

The funny thing is, in the Dreamspheres he starts looking for the Mhaorkiira (sp?) to see if it reads his heart as evil. In a way, Elaith is kinda insecure, and wants something to tell him point blank if he is good or evil. Perhaps as a royal guardsman on Evermeet he never thought about if any actions were good or evil, he just assumed that he was always doing what was right and wrong because OF COURSE a royal guardsman of Evermeet is doing what is right. So when the had to examine if he could be a good warrior and patriot and defender of Evermeet, and still not be worthy, it called into question a lot of things he never thought he would have to ponder at all. Its an uncomfortable feeling to think that now you have to reason and justify something that at one time you thought was automatic.

In a way, he took a bit of the easier way out. Other than ponder what about him might make him unworthy, and to try and find out if it was something he could change, or something he could live with, he decided to just prove the sword right by showing it how unworthy he could be. But deep down he really did learn all of those lessons about beauty and art and life and love and right and wrong, so all of this proving that he was unworthy never made him happy.

I think in the end, he hasn't so much convinced himself that he is good or worthy, but he might have gotten to a point in his life where he has realized that just because he is not up to the moonblade's standard doesn't mean that he has to be a horrible villain either. Ironically, it might be this revelation that the moonblade was "looking" for. It may be that if he had ever been in an important position, perhaps even in line for the throne, and he still carried the kind of black and white, reflexive view of right and wrong from his youth, he would never have served elvenkind well.

Which leads to questioning about what really happened in "A Game of Chance" if you have read this particular short story. Did what Elaith thinks happened happen, or did something else happen that he is still too quick to write off as impossible, or as already settled.

Facinating character, and I would love it if Elaine would get to write just and only about our dear fallen Moon Elf.

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The elf seemed to me to be a bit more towards the CN alignment type, I agree that Elaith can be good but that will depend on fate and circumstances that will determine whether he will shift towards the good or bad alignment, as different experiences can shape a person's character. Elaith, IMO, may had been traumatised and disillusioned, needs a bit of adaptation if he would wish to see himself redeemed.

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scererar
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I too feel that it would be interesting to see more of this character and my hope is that he will make a significant appearance in EC's next novel about Arilyn and Danillo. time will tell, but the villians lorebook, shows Elaith to be nuetral evil. Does anyone have a 3rd edition write up on him, that shows something differant?

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My vote is yes. The moonblade experience is very traumatizing. And he has (as previously mentioned) begun to change in alignment. I think that the character of Elaith should be expanded a bit more. He's probably one of my favs in the whole Forgotten Realms.

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quote:
Originally posted by scererar

I too feel that it would be interesting to see more of this character and my hope is that he will make a significant appearance in EC's next novel about Arilyn and Danillo. time will tell, but the villians lorebook, shows Elaith to be nuetral evil. Does anyone have a 3rd edition write up on him, that shows something differant?



Page 182 of the FRCS lists him as NE. I also checked City of Splendors: Waterdeep, but it simply said to check the FRCS.

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quote:
Originally posted by Wooly Rupert

Page 182 of the FRCS lists him as NE. I also checked City of Splendors: Waterdeep, but it simply said to check the FRCS.

It`s a sad day when we take everything written in the sourcebooks at face value.........(directs a stern look at Wooly)

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quote:
Originally posted by khorne

quote:
Originally posted by Wooly Rupert

Page 182 of the FRCS lists him as NE. I also checked City of Splendors: Waterdeep, but it simply said to check the FRCS.

It`s a sad day when we take everything written in the sourcebooks at face value.........(directs a stern look at Wooly)



now we are getting to division of the novels v.s the sourcebooks, big fun . My comment was meant to reflect game terms, going from a NE alignment to to a "good" formed alignment, would be quite a jump. I was interested in getting updated 3E lore, if any on what his alignment would be. (did it change from 2E to 3E, to correspond with the EC's novels, or remain at NE). I did combine my thoughts on novel vs. sourcebook, but since the topic is in FR chat, I am guessing that quoting sourcebook material would not be incorrect. I am still very interested in seeing more information on this character, as he is one of the most facinating characters, to me, in the forgotten realms.

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Elaith has been NE ever since Ed created him in Waterdeep & the North, so for 2 editions he has been NE.

1e and 2e sourcebooks that have info on him are: Waterdeep & the North, Cities of Splendors box set. Heroes Lorebook. Villians Lorebook.

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quote:
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Elaith has been NE ever since Ed created him in Waterdeep & the North, so for 2 editions he has been NE.





Ed ??? I thought Elaith was Mrs.Cunningham's creation...
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quote:
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quote:
Originally posted by Kuje

Elaith has been NE ever since Ed created him in Waterdeep & the North, so for 2 editions he has been NE.





Ed ??? I thought Elaith was Mrs.Cunningham's creation...



Nope, that is a common error. Ed created him but Elaine has since used him repeatedly. :)

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quote:
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quote:
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quote:
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Elaith has been NE ever since Ed created him in Waterdeep & the North, so for 2 editions he has been NE.





Ed ??? I thought Elaith was Mrs.Cunningham's creation...



Nope, that is a common error. Ed created him but Elaine has since used him repeatedly. :)

And Elaine has discussed this, and her borrowing the character from Ed here at Candlekeep. Check out the compiled replies archive.

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quote:
Originally posted by khorne

quote:
Originally posted by Wooly Rupert

Page 182 of the FRCS lists him as NE. I also checked City of Splendors: Waterdeep, but it simply said to check the FRCS.

It`s a sad day when we take everything written in the sourcebooks at face value.........(directs a stern look at Wooly)



It was asked if he was statted in 3E. He was. I stated this. Where is the issue?

Besides, while I'm not the stickler for canon that some people are, I do try to stick with it. Everything we've seen of Elaith since his self-exile has indicated an evil alignment. Granted, he has done the occasional good act, but being evil does not preclude good actions. His current primary methodology reflects what is written in the rulebooks: Elaith is now neutral evil.

Elaith may have been good before the rejection of his moonblade, but I'm inclined to think he was more LN. When his moonblade rejected him, I think it made him question everything he had been. I'm inclined to think that he thought that since the straight and narrow path wasn't good enough for the moonblade, he might as well given in to the darkness that he thought the moonblade perceived in him. He is used to wearing this mantle now, but there is a part of him that wants to return to the light -- hence his concern in Dream Spheres, over whether or not he was beyond redemption.

I'm not sure, right now, if he'll return to the side of good or not. I think it's more likely that as Azariah gets older, he'll drift back to neutrality -- but he'll likely still have a hard edge.

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quote:
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quote:
Originally posted by Kuje

quote:
Originally posted by Feanor

quote:
Originally posted by Kuje

Elaith has been NE ever since Ed created him in Waterdeep & the North, so for 2 editions he has been NE.





Ed ??? I thought Elaith was Mrs.Cunningham's creation...



Nope, that is a common error. Ed created him but Elaine has since used him repeatedly. :)

And Elaine has discussed this, and her borrowing the character from Ed here at Candlekeep. Check out the compiled replies archive.




And, if I remember correctly, Ed has been quite pleased with the way Elaine has handled Elaith. I don't have the exact quote handy, but I seem to recall him saying that she had nailed his character perfectly.

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quote:
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And, if I remember correctly, Ed has been quite pleased with the way Elaine has handled Elaith. I don't have the exact quote handy, but I seem to recall him saying that she had nailed his character perfectly.



You do recall correctly. :)

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Just a gentle correction here: Ed didn't create Elaith for (or in) FR1. Elaith was a living, breathing NPC in the original Realms campaign for YEARS (at least 8) before FR1 was published. I have read three early, never-published Realms short stories by Ed, set in Waterdeep, that have Elaith in them. (And yes, they're as good as any other fictional depictions of Elaith I've read, though much shorter.)
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Very fascinating discussion, Sages!

I believe that Elaith is evil. I think he is reexamining himself, and his daughter has much to do with his change. He was raised in Queen Amlaruil's household and was not evil then. His rejection by the Moonblade deeply embittered him and then Amnestria running off with Bran Skorlson (hope I got the name right) was the final blow to his damaged self image. I truly think that his daughter and recent events are causing him to study himself and make some changes. I agree with Wooly that he will always have a very "hard edge", but, I think he will not be "evil" for much longer. The latest novel showed him making a quick, evil decision and then correcting it, and not for the reason the other person assumed... Great character, great discussion... I hope that I kept this bland enough that I did not give any spoilers but made the point I was aiming at.
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A quick side-note here... How do you think King Zaor's assasination affected him, being raised as a Royal Gaurdsmen and all... Is there anything written about that?

KEJr, Where does the short story A Game of Chance appear? Thanks!

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quote:
Originally posted by ShadowJack

Very fascinating discussion, Sages!

I believe that Elaith is evil. I think he is reexamining himself, and his daughter has much to do with his change. He was raised in Queen Amlaruil's household and was not evil then. His rejection by the Moonblade deeply embittered him and then Amnestria running off with Bran Skorlson (hope I got the name right) was the final blow to his damaged self image.



I wonder if the creation of the Moonblades by that elf mage (don't rememer exactly his name at this moment) was not a mistake. I always wonder if the killing strike delivered by the swords is such a good idea. I mean, let's take Elaith here : he seemed a fine fellow on Evermeet, yet it seems that rather his experience with the Moonblade drove him to evil, not the Moonblade sensed evil in him.
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quote:
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A quick side-note here... How do you think King Zaor's assasination affected him, being raised as a Royal Gaurdsmen and all... Is there anything written about that?


The assassination itself was first in Elfshadow, and then covered in more detail in Evermeet: Island of the Elves. If you're referring to Elaith's reaction to it, I don't believe it's been covered. We've not seen much of Elaith from before his arrival in Waterdeep. We see some in the latter novel I mentioned, but it's well before his moonblade rejected him.

In fact, now that I think about it... Do we know when his moonblade rejected him? It may have been before Zaor was assassinated. I'd have to check the novel for that one...

quote:
Originally posted by ShadowJack

KEJr, Where does the short story A Game of Chance appear? Thanks!



It was in Dragon 335, a fairly recent issue. There is a "Best of Elaine" book coming out at some point in the future, which I believe will reprise all of her FR short stories.

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quote:
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quote:
Originally posted by ShadowJack

A quick side-note here... How do you think King Zaor's assasination affected him, being raised as a Royal Gaurdsmen and all... Is there anything written about that?


The assassination itself was first in Elfshadow, and then covered in more detail in Evermeet: Island of the Elves. If you're referring to Elaith's reaction to it, I don't believe it's been covered. We've not seen much of Elaith from before his arrival in Waterdeep. We see some in the latter novel I mentioned, but it's well before his moonblade rejected him.

In fact, now that I think about it... Do we know when his moonblade rejected him? It may have been before Zaor was assassinated. I'd have to check the novel for that one...




Yes. It was before Zaor's assassination. It is stated in Evermeet and Realms of Infamy.

We see something about Elaith before the rejection in Realms of Infamy.
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Could he be good? Of course. So I voted yes.

Is he good? No. Would I want him to be good? Not really.

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I agree with Wooly. Perhaps he placed the law above individuals and treated people harshly before he tried to claim the moonblade and this was what caused the moonblade to reject him. Afterwards the shock of the rejection made him exile himself. Maybe he then lost any restraint over his harsher side in the struggle to survive becoming neutral evil.
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It's also possible that Elaith was just plain evil before the moonblade rejected him...which makes all the more sense that it would reject him, IMO.

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I like Elaith as a CN. To me he seems like an elven version of Robert E. Howard's Conan. No, he's not a barbarian or filled with lusts (for both battle and other things), but he's sure of himself, knows where he's going and what he's doing, knows who he'll betray and who he won't, and above all is a survivor. His system of honor is not one commonly shared by others, but it is intact.

Its a thin analogy, but I think it holds.

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