We rejoin our group as they move up the Sellen River to Kyonin. Showing their letter of introduction at the border and with Ktihdi speaking on their behalf, the group is admitted into Iadara, the elven capital. Narsius and Aldeberan are the first humans to enter the city in decades.
They are brought to the throne room for an audience with Queen Telandia Edasseril to speak of the legendary Elven Heir. The Queen is cagey at first, but after Aldeberan convinces her that their interest is wholesome, she reveals that the legend is true: thousands of years ago, a Taldan prince and Osiriani princess hid with the elves, and their great-great-grandson still lives (thanks to some healthy elven intermarriage). Not only does he live, but he is also her nephew, and a potential heir to the elven throne, making his legendary moniker all the more accurate.
The queen tells them that the heir grew up in the elven court, but recently he has been out in the world, building his claim and investigating Chelish attacks in Ustalav. Last she heard, he was in the River Kingdoms, planning on building a new town on the shores of the Kallas Lake. After quick farewells and a bit of shopping, the group rejoins the river and heads east, to the River Kingdoms.
They find the heir nailing boards together in the foundation of the first building on the north shore of the Kallas Lake. He is introduced as Dormarion Setoanbou, founder of Kallasport, king of The Commonwealth, and claimant to the thrones of Taldor, Osirion, and Kyonin.