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Description[]

I do what I can. Most of the time it is not enough. I have learned much from the dying races. Life is precious. Our kind often forget that.

Details[]

Green the Healer, or just simply Green, is a Summer Fae and the resident healer for the House of Ballads. Out of all the Fae the Fateless One meets, Green is one of the few who support the idea of going to war against the Tuatha, whereas most Fae are in favor of clinging to the old ways from before Gadflow upset the balance.

Healer[]

As a healer, Green can restore your health and mana, cure diseases, or remove curses, all for a fee.

Location[]

Green can be found in the center of the Hall of Accolades, within the House of Ballads.

Quotes[]

Welcome to the Summer Sanctuary, where the seeds of knowledge are sown and nurtured. I see you are a stranger, and a mortal. I am Green, and I possess the Healer's warmth. Do you have need of my services? Have you been injured in your mortal war?
All of us at the House of Ballads live to serve Wencen and the Court. They are the lords and ladies of tradition, embodiments of Fae glory. Without them, we are nothing.

when asked about the Court of Enchantments.

If you ask me, our kind should be moving east, to aid the Alfar. We are part of a bigger world now. The telling has changed. We cannot ignore what you call the future.

when asked about the Crystal War.

For our kind, healing is simply a matter of asking our bodies to mend themselves. For one like you, it is more... complicated. I don't know how you've lasted this long.
I only wish I had been there. All my lifetimes I've waited for the moment. A time to make a real difference. I should have been there for my lords and ladies.

when asked about the Court of Enchantments, post-Ballads questline.

Farewell, fragile one.

At the ending of 'What Lies Beneath':

It cheers me to see you alive. Word about the Court has spread throughout the House of Ballads. What does it mean when all of you've come to know is no longer? I will always have my healing, I suppose, but what shall become of the Telling?

Once completed 'The Hero and the Maid' (if you stayed true to the House):

I only wish I had been there. All my lifetimes I've waited for the moment. A time to make a real difference. I should have been there for my lords and ladies.

when asked about the Court of Enchantments.

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