Description[edit | edit source]
Locthwain is ruled by Queen Ayara, an ancient elf from the days of the Elven Kingdom on Eldraine. She remained as ruler, rather than withdraw with her brethren into the Wilds after the elven courts had lost their hold on the Realm. Locthwain exemplifies the virtue of Persistence, and used to be home to the Cauldron of Eternity before it vanished. The Cauldron of Eternity can return those who die to life if it deems them worthy. Locthwain's symbol is a goblet. The court is noble and graceful. The courtiers wear elaborate headdresses and elegant attire.
Lochtwain is home to the Blacklance Paragons and the Order of Midnight. The Blacklances travel deep into the Wilds, sometimes for years at a time, in search of the lost Cauldron.
The castle[edit | edit source]
The magnificent Castle Locthwain floats aloft on a vast billow of clouds and can be moved at its Queen's whim. The castle sails with slow majesty, as much ship as fortress, its central tower fluttering as with sails because of all the pennants affixed to its spires. Locthwain had been forced aloft long ago by the curse of having lost the embodiment of its precious virtue, the missing Cauldron of Eternity, never found even after many generations of searching by Locthwain’s persistent knights and others looking for healing and its fabled promise of immortality.
Other locations[edit | edit source]
- Wintermoor (?)
In-game references[edit | edit source]
References[edit | edit source]
- Kate Elliott (2019), Throne of Eldraine: The Wildered Quest, Penguin Random House
- Kelly Digges ([September 19, 2019). "Assigning writers against type was another awesome technique we used for MTGEldraine.". Twitter.