Commit 6df50f74 authored by Midgard's avatar Midgard
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Typo feel→fell

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......@@ -29,7 +29,7 @@ Saffron lives in the heart of Komona.
The Great Tree of Komona (or more colloquially "The Great Tree") is the most revered tree in all of Hereva. There is a legend that the Great Tree of Komona sprouted when magic was young in Hereva and within minutes The Great Tree grew larger than any other tree in Hereva. Some say the tree mimics the health of magic in Hereva, and there are a small number of Komonans who regularly study the leaves of The Great Tree to predict the flow of Rea throughout the land.
There have been instances where branches feel from The Great Tree, and the citizens of Komona realized that the branches of The Great Tree were particularly conducive to the flow of Rea. With a minimal amount of effort the branches would float like The Great Tree itself. Over time the occasional branches that fell from the tree became the center of the Komonan economy, exporting the wood throughout the land of Hereva. A market sprung up in Hereva where the wood and other magical wares could be purchased. Enterprising Komonans figured out that The Great Tree could be pruned from time to time to pick up more Komonan wood, and they learned the tree would eventually heal itself. Travelers from all over Hereva venture to the markets of Komona to pick up wands, brooms, and other items made from The Great Tree. There's even a legend about a Komonan who fashioned a table and chairs out of wood from The Great Tree. As he built his furniture the Rea he generated leached into the wood, and when he sat down to eat both he and the table floated away. Parents of Hereva relay this story to their young children as an incentive to finish their meal ("That plate is too heavy for the table. Better finish up more or the table won't be able to fly!")
There have been instances where branches fell from The Great Tree, and the citizens of Komona realized that the branches of The Great Tree were particularly conducive to the flow of Rea. With a minimal amount of effort the branches would float like The Great Tree itself. Over time the occasional branches that fell from the tree became the center of the Komonan economy, exporting the wood throughout the land of Hereva. A market sprung up in Hereva where the wood and other magical wares could be purchased. Enterprising Komonans figured out that The Great Tree could be pruned from time to time to pick up more Komonan wood, and they learned the tree would eventually heal itself. Travelers from all over Hereva venture to the markets of Komona to pick up wands, brooms, and other items made from The Great Tree. There's even a legend about a Komonan who fashioned a table and chairs out of wood from The Great Tree. As he built his furniture the Rea he generated leached into the wood, and when he sat down to eat both he and the table floated away. Parents of Hereva relay this story to their young children as an incentive to finish their meal ("That plate is too heavy for the table. Better finish up more or the table won't be able to fly!")
During the great war the city of Komona was shocked when the tree lifted both it and the surrounding city of Komona high up in the air. As it lifted it formed a sphere around Komona; protecting it from harm. Stranger still, as the devastation raged throughout the cities of Hereva the citizens of Komona noticed The Great Tree began to shake and writhe, as though each battle were somehow affecting the tree in some way. Over time several other cities began to float throughout Hereva, although none were as spectacular as Komona and the Great Tree. As the war spread so too did the magic from the great tree spread to all of the war-torn cities of Hereva, causing them to rise above the ground. Historians theorize this was The Great Tree trying to protect those cities from the ensuing wreckage. Many branches fell from The Great Tree during this time, and there are still sellers in the marketplace who fetch a premium for branches that fell during the great war.
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