Valinor

The Valinor were rarely spotted on the material plane, but were documented to have been seen in unusual numbers during The Battle of the Crescent, which claimed tens of thousands of lives in a mere 3 days and 3 nights. It was said by survivors that, whilst the battle raged on, at the moment of dusk robed figures briefly appeared above each and every one of the day's dead; thousands of beings materialising and disappearing in an instant, night after bloody night. Witnesses believed they were the souls of the dead departing the body, but eons later it became common knowledge that they were the Valinor, come to retrieve the souls for their master.

The Valinor, through sorcery that lesser races have yet to decipher, communicate by invoking vivid imagery, sounds and smells in the mind of the recipient without so much as uttering a single syllable

Christopher Cant03/23/2019

The Valinor Ambassadors are the emissaries through which Aun the Everlord communes with the mortal beings of the Material.  They reside in key positions across Nidea and were instrumental in unifying the continent under Crown-Nidea during the Moment of Glory.

Christopher Cant03/23/2019

The Valinor are the souls of the sinful dead, offered eternal servitude to the Everlord to escape being cast into the Under. Most are not given the opportunity and cast down without question, but those who impress the Emperor of the Horizon are given the choice. Even some of those pure-hearted mortals who were invited to live with the Everlord eventually ask to be inducted into the Valinor, unable to tolerate further purposeless wandering of the white kingdom's endless palaces.

ORB WRAITHSValin Wraiths are extremely rare beings; the Valinor are only granted physical bodies with which to walk in the material by the grace of their horizon overlord.  To become a wraith, a Valinor would have had to displease their master so greatly that he would take their physical form from them whilst still in the material, trapping the Valinor's soul between planes and dooming them to a purposeless, wandering existance(edited)

ValinorDwellers on the Horizon, Children of the Dragon  Souls fostered by their new father the Emperor of the Horizon and his queen, one of the first and most beautiful souls that he welcomed into his realm, an incredible harpist with incomparable ability.  They can see the strings of their mothers InfinityHarp, and operate outside of the patterns of fate.  They value art very highly and move with infinite grace.
The Valinor are the souls of the dead, offered eternal servitude to the Horizon to escape being cast into the under realm.  Most are not given the opportunity and cast down without question, but those who impress the Emperor of the Horizon are given the choice.  Even a few of those allowed into the horizon palace ask to be granted service as a Valinor, rather than feel purposeless wandering the endless palaces of the white kingdom.  When Valinor die their souls are returned to the Horizon Plane, and Horizon re-sculpts their physical form.  Hence they die and can return to the earth plane infinitely, and most of them have existed for millennia and died a hundred deaths.(edited)

The Valinor are tasked with delivering each being to the earth plane when they are conceived, and retrieving the souls of the dead and bringing them back to the Horizon realm at dusk.  These tasks occur in the split seconds of dusk and dawn, world over, the Valinor flashing in and out of the material realm at the exact instant of dusk or dawn.  It is said that if you watch a freshly dead body as dusk hits, you may catch the briefest ghostly after-image of an elegant figure standing over it, garbled in a black hooded mourning robe. Certain soldiers in great battles that continue into nightfall have said they witnessed hundreds of the ghosts of the dead stand and depart right at the moment of dusk, probably confusing the ghostly figures with the Valinor retrieving their souls. Similarly, there are stories of similar figures appearing for a micro instant at bedside at the moment of dawn following nights of passion, a great omen of fertility and child bearing.  They also act as messengers between Horizon and the other gods, appearing at dawn and departing at dusk, to relay information and keep in touch with his children.  Sometimes they appear on the Earth plane in order to affect the equilibrium of the realms. Usually their Queen has noticed a sad song in her strings that prophecies an impending tragedy or doom, and horizon sends the Valinor to remedy it before it happens.  This may be in the form of a single envoy with crucial information for another God, a warband or even a warhost sent to war.  Whatever the situation, they always appear at the crack of dawn, and depart at the setting of the sun, unable to return again til dawn.(edited)

The Valinor are rarely spotted on the material plane, but were documented to have been seen in unusual numbers during The Battle of The Crescent, which claimed tens of thousands of lives in a mere 3 days and 3 nights.  It was said by survivors that , whilst the battle raged on, at the moment of dusk robed figures briefly appeared each and every one of the days dead; thousands of beings materialising and disappearing in an instant, night after bloody night.  Witnesses believed they were the souls of the dead departing the body, but eons later it became common knowledge that they were the valinor, come to retrieve the souls for their master.(edited)

Seldom do the valinor engage in battle, as they are no longer concerned with the mortal affairs of the material plane; only in the most ominous of circumstances do the valinor mobilise for war.  When they do, they strike at the crack of dawn, appearing as if out of the sunrise itself, riding down their enemies on the backs of metallic mounts or appearing within the ranks of enemy regiments, cutting down many with lethal sweeps of their great polearms.  They fight til dusk, upon which they disappear as quickly as they arrived.

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Souls fostered by their new father the Emperor of the Horizon and his queen, one of the first and most beautiful souls that he welcomed into his realm, an incredible harpist with incomparable ability.  They can see the strings of their mothers InfinityHarp, and operate outside of the patterns of fate.  They value art very highly and move with infinite grace.  

The Valinor are the souls of the dead, offered eternal servitude to the Horizon to escape being cast into the under realm.  Most are not given the opportunity and cast down without question, but those who impress the Emperor of the Horizon are given the choice.  Even a few of those allowed into the horizon palace ask to be granted service as a Valinor, rather than feel purposeless wandering the endless palaces of the white kingdom.

When Valinor die their souls are returned to the Horizon Plane, and Horizon re-sculpts their physical form.  Hence they die and can return to the earth plane infinitely, and most of them have existed for millennia and died a hundred deaths.

The Valinor are tasked with delivering each being to the earth plane when they are conceived, and retrieving the souls of the dead and bringing them back to the Horizon realm at dusk.  These tasks occur in the split seconds of dusk and dawn, world over, the Valinor flashing in and out of the material realm at the exact instant of dusk or dawn.  it is said that if you watch a freshly dead body as dusk hits, you may catch the briefest ghostly after-image of an elegant figure standing over it, garbled in a black hooded mourning robe. Certain soldiers in great battles that continue into nightfall have said they witnessed hundreds of the ghosts of the dead stand and depart right at the moment of dusk, probably confusing the ghostly figures with the Valinor retrieving their souls. Similarly, there are stories of similar figures appearing for a micro instant at bedside at the moment of dawn following nights of passion, a great omen of fertility and child bearing.

They also act as messengers between Horizon and the other gods, appearing at dawn and departing at dusk, to relay information and keep in touch with his children.

Sometimes they appear on the Earth plane in order to affect the equilibrium of the realms. Usually their Queen has noticed a sad song in her strings that prophecies an impending tragedy or doom, and horizon sends the Valinor to remedy it before it happens.  This may be in the form of a single envoy with crucial information for another God, a warband or even a warhost sent to war.  Whatever the situation, they always appear at the crack of dawn, and depart at the setting of the sun, unable to return again til dawn.

'glave valnor' - the valinor were rarely spotted on the material plane, but were documented to have been seen in unusual numbers during The Battle of The Crescent, which claimed tens of thousands of lives in a mere 3 days and 3 nights.  It was ssaid by survivors that , whilst the battle raged on, at the moment of dusk robed figures breifly appeared each and every one of the days dead; thousands of beings materialising and disappearing in an instant, night after blookdy night.  Witnesses believed they were the souls of the dead departing the body, but eons later it became common knowledge that they were th valinor, come to retrieve the souls for their master

in truth, the valinor are automaton creations, manufactured by the AI called Aun, aboard the Uriyzen.  Part of their duties are to observe and maintain up to date records of all citizens; they teleport in to obtain dna and other identification data of any births and deaths, and return the data to the mainframe database.

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THE REASON THEY APPEAR AT DAWN AND DISAPPEAR AT DUSK IS BECAUSE THEY RELY HEAVILY ON SOLAR POWER!  a few agents in the field can draw upon the reserves aboard the Uriyzen, but its reserves are limited and without access to the technology of their home planet, they Uriyzen is also heavily reliant on solar power.  If a whole army of valinor was to operate during the night or in the dark, it would drain the Uriyzen of all its energy completely and might destroy any chances of leaving the planet in the future.

Select Valinor are equipped with larger batteries to allow 24 hour operation, but they are few and far between and fill very specialised roles.

orb wraiths - Valin Wraiths were extremely rare beings; the Valinor were only granted physical bodies with which to walk in the material by the grace of their horizon overlord.  They were usually sent to deliver souls to and from the horizon.  To become a wraith, a Valinor would have had to displease their master so greatly that he would take their physical form from them whilst still in the material, trapping the Valinor's soul between planes and dooming them to a purposeless, wandering existance.

Orb wraiths are advanced valinor eqqiopped with haze field generators that act as blur shields, making them invisibly at distance, and visible but blurry and ghostlike close up.  the generator is a sphere, hence the name orb wraith?

would be supr cool to have a situation where the valinor dont return to the uriyzen but stand like statues during the day, reactivating at dawn.  perhaps that is exactly what most do? at dusk, they use the last of their power to teleport to a safe spot that they will be able to recharge at the instant dawn hits, like the peak of a mountain or something.  There could be legends of rows upon rows of Valinor statues at temples on top of mountains, some of which disappear during the day.

valinor horseback - seldom did the valinor engage in battle, as they were no longer concerned with themortal affairs of the material plane; only in the most ominous of circumstances would the valinor mobilise for war.  when they did so, they would strike at the crack ofn dawn, appearing as if out of the sunrie itself, riding down their enemies on the backs of metallic mounts or appearing within the ranks of enemy regiments, cutting down many with lethal sweeps of their great polearms.  They would fight til dusk, upon which they would disappear as quickly as they had arrived.

'glave valnor' - the valinor were rarely spotted on the material plane, but were documented to have been seen in unusual numbers during The Battle of The Crescent, which claimed tens of thousands of lives in a mere 3 days and 3 nights.  It was ssaid by survivors that , whilst the battle raged on, at the moment of dusk robed figures breifly appeared each and every one of the days dead; thousands of beings materialising and disappearing in an instant, night after blookdy night.  Witnesses believed they were the souls of the dead departing the body, but eons later it became common knowledge that they were th valinor, come to retrieve the souls for their master

Missile weapons are forbidden by the Valinor, if they learn of/observe some attacking another with missile weapons they execute the perpetrator immediately or perhaps abduct them and take them to the horizon

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