Forest Sauvage

When King Uther died, the barriers between Logres and the world of the Fae were shattered. Forest Sauvage is the name given to a forest that has sprouted forward in the center of Logres, covering whole villages under its growth.

In 497, Sir Morris of Stapleford met with King Sauvage, the apparent ruler of the forest, who had taken and raised his son. The king was ugly and deformed, but fabulously well-clothed and mannered. He seemed not to have too great concern for mortal affairs.

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