The Fairy Diary Day 247 #TFDbyRWOz2

Meribabell writes:

Ragonil kept vigil with us all day as we watched the comings and goings on the bay. Most, however, were one masted fishing vessels, so definitely not in accord with my vision. There were fewer two masted ships, and none of them had a bow with a pair of eyes. 

We were about to give up for the day, when Dunfallon came running up with Rumble. The two dragged me out on the farthest end of the quay. There – tied up and apparently abandoned, lay a two-master – coated in filth. Dunfallon excitedly brushed aside the dirt on its bow to reveal an eye – looking back at us. 

We caught up with Ragonil, who was with Noralei at the quay along the shore. 

Together we went in search of the owner.

The Fairy Diary Day 246 #TFDbyRWOz2

Meribabell writes:

The six elves played our hosts at the inn, and we whiled away a very pleasant time into the wee hours. Ragonil, their leader, knows Navril quite well, so we had a point on which to pin a lot of our conversation. We learned quite a bit about our friend from Laguayil. But almost nothing about the land of the dark elves. It too bears a name no one will speak. 

More importantly we discussed at length the plans for today. They came back for us mid morning and escorted us down to the city by the bay. 

Officially on the map it is called Corbelin, but the elves of the light prefer the longer title of the Gateway to the West or Dunavonlea. 

Ragonil had in mind a friend who captains a vessel that carries on a coastal trade. He pointed to his friend’s vessel – a two masted bark. 

Regretfully I told him that though it had two masts, it was not the one from my vision – there were no pair of eyes painted on its bow. 

We spent the rest of the day looking to no avail.