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I am the Elund, Morfen Carth, and the Voice of the Orbocant. Within this city, my word is law.


Elund Carth is a member of the shadowy Orbocant as well as only publicly known member of the organization. He is the face and the voice of the council, communicating the people of Rathir the Council's choices and decisions. His words are law and he may be seen as the leader of Rathir.

He is involved in the Main quest, Breaking The Siege. After General Tilera obtained the Piercing Light, she must gather the troops needed to finally break the siege that of the Tuatha which have surrounded Mel Senshir for almost a decade now. Elund is not willing to spare any more believing it is a lost cause. The Fateless One must convince him to send troops and with a successful persuasion check the player will receive Elund's Ring as a bonus.


He can usually be found in the Upper City of Rathir. He will appear at the city docks after convincing him of sending more troops to Mel Senshir.



You are of our kind... but not of Rathir. No, Or you've been very long away. I am Elund Carth. You are welcome here in Rathir.

upon your first encounter with him.

Those who watch and govern Rathir. They sit in secret council - even their names are unknown - and are thus above corruption and idolatry. Only I am known: the Elund, their voice.

when asked about the Orbocant.

Do not speak to me of the War. I am the voice of Rathir - not a general, or a Fateweaver, nor Lyria herself, who alone controls the outcome.

when asked about The War.

While human tribes wandered kingless and Adessa was not a flicker of a thought, Rathir stood. It has stood a thousand years. If our fate holds, if this War does not topple us, it shall stand a thousand more.

when asked about Rathir

The city of walls is lost to us, and we can afford no more troops for them. Better to muster our forces to counter-attack after its fall.

when asked about Mel Senshir

They have delved earthward where we have lifted high. They think no one watches them, because they are thus sheltered. The deeper they dig, the higher we will rise.

when asked about Adessa.