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He was a knight of the Majoran army. A banner once pledged to the night king Nadir. It was swiftly obliterated by the Grand General of the High Elven Order, the half breed known as Maj'Nahi. Instead of slaughtering the Majoran encampment the Knights of Dualden along with the High Elven Order showed mercy on the trolls of Majora. Sending them instead to a small desolate land encompassed by Manuda and Twalak. There, they had to give up their knightly hood and become farmers and lower castes. One such troll, Gazamere Qual, was actually able to rise up from this misfortune and created a beautiful flass farm. It took many moon cycles but eventually the land became irrigated. The soil soaked in new nutrients. And something odd happened to the land. What was barren hills and fields sprouted trees of great size and proportion. And even greater grains and grasses. Even the bushes became vibrant as if life had leached its way into the veins of the earth itself. Through this prosperity led new opportunity.

The Knights of Dualden and the nations of Manuda and even Parth came to taste the sweetest most nutritious fruit in the lands. It had become so popular even the king of the High Elven Order took notice. He gave Gazamere and his people back their noble status. Even going so far as to knight Gazamere himself and brought the Majora great wealth.

They became proud once more and served there new king well. It was in fact the first time the peoples of a true troll race and the eldest of the elven races got along. It was in no small part thanks to Maj'Nahi for showing such mercy and showing humility on the battlefield that brought the two warring races together. And I suppose to a lesser extent the assimilation of Majora into elven culture.

In time the Majora became a sovereign state and declared this new blossoming country Sho' van or new hope in the common tongue.