King Elmar Myrnäe

King Elmar was a kindly, but fallible ruler of Alveron, who lost his only daughter Aranmë, to a rare disease.

In the year 236/4, Princess Aranmë fell deathly ill. Overcome with grief, the king turned toAlokkair the Sorcerer, who was imprisoned in the dungeons beneath his castle, to restore his daughter back to life.

He promised that in exchange for helping him, the King promised to release the Lich-King from the dungeons of Castle Myrdon. Alokkair restored the young princess and then fled to the East.

But Alokkair had been treacherous, and the daughter that returned to her father was not the same sweet girl that the king had lost in death. Upon her return to Castle Myrdon, Aranmë became a cruel and wicked being . In 241/4 she murdered her mother, father, and three of her four brothers in a fit of madness, before being slain by the Palace Guard.

This was only part of Alokkair’s long campaign of vengeance against the West. The entire series of events had been planned by him and his accomplice—a priestess of Ilsundal who had poisoned the princess.

King Elmar was the sixth ruler of the Myrnäe dynasty.