Oberon and the Gnomes

Oberon, King of the Feys, was hunting the First One when he stopped in a Gnome community to rest. The Gnomes, honoured by their King’s presence, organized a feast that lasted 3 days and 3 nights. The Gnomes had never known war or violence. Their whole world revolved around playing music and writing new songs. The head of the community, having never seen a weapon before, was very curious about the gold arrows Oberon was carrying in his quiver, and even more so about the greatsword the King of all Feys was carrying in a large scabbard on his back. After the feast, while Oberon was sleeping, the curious Gnome pulled the sword out of its scabbard to have a look at the blade. The Gnome did not know that this sword, called Ragnarok, had been forged in the Void by Faey Luna, the Queen, for her husband. This sword was meant to be used only to deal the final blow to the First One. The blade was radiating destructive energy that tainted the whole community. The Gnomes stopped playing music. They melt their trumpets to forge swords, turned their harps into bows, and their flutes into arrows. Even after King Oberon had left, the Void that escaped from his blade was still present in the community and over the years, the Gnomes turned into Goblins. The Curious Gnome became a creature known as the Bugbear.

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Oberon and the Gnomes

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