Paradise FoundVeilhaven started as a single small village, but as time passed it grew larger. Secret tunnels running under the earth connect all of the villages, and as a whole, they are titled 'Veilhaven'. No one knows where the original Veilhaven was located except for a select few, and even then it isn't something shared among the Sgaoils.
A Rip in the VeilWhile Veilhaven has physical locations, it is also known as place where the veil between the mortal realms and the divine realms is thin. It creates an uneasy, otherworldly air, and as a result always seems hard to locate...Unless the Sgaoils are looking for you, that is.
The Eatha Sirichea
The Fair RealmThe term 'Eatha Sirichea' is the Sgaoilian translation of the words 'The Fae Realm' or, more loosely, 'Home'. This place is between realms, a shimmering thread of a tapestry ready to be pulled and let loose the realm that the Sgaoils and other fae and mysterious creatures call home. While the Sgaoils are able to come and go as they please, their magic is at its strongest in their home realm, and they long to feel the rush of their full power even when walking among mortals, and they will do anything to have it.
A Ritual Planned
A special eclipse is on its way. Being worshipers of Morrigan, the Fae Folk - Sgaoils - place special importance on the moon. And according to their studies, a lunar eclipse is happening on the date Morrigan created them ages ago...And that eclipse is all they need before they reveal themselves to the humans. They'll be as strong as they are in their home realm, and they relish the chance; they just have to wait a little bit longer...
Very few humans have ever discovered Morrigan's realm, the realm that her so-called children call home. Having watched what happened to humans that succumb to their tricks, I do my best to lead them away from those havens. I whisper to them not to eat or drink anything offered, sending my words on the wind that she uses to waft tempting scents into their nose-- I weaponize her own element. No one has listened to me yet, and I've watched them become pets, entertainment, punished by double meanings of promises...They grow bolder each day, and I feel a new emotion at this knowledge. I fear them. I fear what they will do when they are no longer bound.