Lerifir Trunk

Lerifir is the oldest remaining harukou̯mu on the archipelago with historian's best guesses at its age being over ten thousand years all together. The tree itself had grown for at least 6-8 thousand years before it fell, perhaps more. The fallen trunk has been there for thousands of years since then, and it was only in recent years that any rot could be seen. The tree itself has been the fixture of pilgrimages over the centuries, and many myths and legends.


Comes from the old Ivi root words le meaning land, or ground and rifir which means fallen. It is named as such due to old myths about how the canopy of this tree was like a continent to itself before it fell.
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