Vassal of Aeran
Sigil: A striped dolphin jumping over a wave
Words: Embrace the Tide
The Alcaldia, Jewel of the Dawn, was an elven ship that disappeared during a terrible storm off the coast of Loramar. Only one survivor was found and rescued by priests of Aereth after the storm, the captain's daughter, a girl named Noe. Noe grew up to become a devout priestess of Aereth, and it was rumored she was a favored of the goddess and thus the reason she was spared during the tragedy of the loss of the Alcaldia. Noe had a strong connection to the Lifewell, in particular to the element of water and was known to be a master of evocation with said element. Many claim that it was her faith and magic that helped keep Loramar safe during many of the storms that coastal region was known for, and during the Ogre Wars, she led the people during the many attempts to rebuild the city, opening the shrine to them for refuge and earning her the title of the Wave Speaker of Loramar. Members of this house often have strong spiritual connections to the sea or the gods, and have been known to lean towards manipulating water when tapping into the Lifewell.
|Darinel||1||Head of House|
|Eiliriel||Income||Minister of Income|
An elegant Stone Keep has been built in Bidal Falls, making the land for House Alcaldia. No expense was spared it its construction. Tall towers gaze down upon the mouth of the Villance River Delta making this keep a strategic location for any who wish to keep a watchful eye on that water way.
The wooden keep build up around the cenote is something of a charming structure itself. The majority of the wood was sourced right at the site itself, but it makes use of the natural rock formations around it. Quaint to some, rustic to others, but non can deny the beauty of the area surrounding Cenote Aureo.
Named for the majestic Dreamstones found at its location, Reverie is a jewel in the crown of House Alcaldia's achievements. Built just along the river, this wooden keep boasts four beautiful spires that rise high over he keep to oversee the land as far as possible.