Fall of the Warlock Kings
Forest city located in the huge Lugail Wood on the edge of the Plains of Chan. While there had been small settlements of the goblinoid races and of dwarves in the wood since time immemorial, and elves had come there after the First Veiling, it was in the Second Veiling that the Faewild burst forth in the woods, and the eladrin crafted the city of Dun Lugail out of a massive, craggy hill on the banks of the Mossy River. The city, as much underground as above, exists in the shifting borderlands of the Faewild, and as such sometimes includes buildings and caverns from that other world, and sometimes not. Visitors can become easily lost, and even the locals sometimes don’t recognize their surroundings. The city was ruled by the Dosto family, eladrin in the main, for the first part of its existance, the family acting collectively though under the guidance of elders to lead the city. After nearby Susteen was usurped by the first of the Warlock Kings, Julian Dosto revealed that he, too, was one of the Vicars, serving the Rustling Wings of Silver Skies, a Fae Outer One, and was granted leadership of Dun Lugail. The city prospered under his rulership, and the forest expanded, bringing new areas under the control of the Feathered Legion, the elven army that patroled the borderlands of Lugail. Dun Lugail sent a contigent to assist Susteen in its resistance against the Great King, and this attracted the Great King’s wrath. It took many years for the armies of the Great Kingdom to pierce the well-defended forest, though, and a five year seige was necessary to finally wear down the resistance of the undercity, though the surface town was surrendered half way through. Eventually, Julian Dosto surrendered himself on condition that his city was spared, which the Great King agreed to. The surface town, however, was razed to the ground over Dosto’s protests, as being not part of his city, but rather, having been held by the Great King for two years. Much has been rebuilt, and some sections seem to have reappeared on their own from within the Faewild, but Dosto still seeths with anger at the treatment his city recieved.