Trail of Skulls
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‘road’ of sorts created by the failed expedition of King Eladan Myrnäe III, in 430/5. The king and 25,000 of his soldiers were slain by the Vilzari as they pursued them across the Myr Gelyn. As the Ravinian army’s supplies ran out, the Ravinian armies were subjected to continued attacks and raids, which killed or captured thousands of Imperial soldiers. The Vilzari buried thousands of Eladan’s captured men alive up to their necks in the desert as a warning to the Ravinian Empire to stay out of their homeland. Never again did the Ravinian Empire conduct an expedition into the great desert, but instead chose a strategy of defensive fortifications in the form of a great barrier wall called the Kerak. To this day the entire incident is referred to as ‘Eladan’s Folly.’ Only a handful of men ever returned alive from this disastrous expedition including Eladan’s young son Erstan, who brought back his father’s Melanthir sword; AVENGER.