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Prince Lamruil Moonflower is the youngest son of the late King Zaor Moonflower and Queen Amlaruil Moonflower. He is the current bearer of The King's Blade, the most powerful elven moonblade and heir apparent to the throne of Evermeet.


He has been as described as strikingly handsome, even more for an elf. He has the eyes of a Moonflower – deep, bright blue flecked with golden lights, and possesses his father's great height and muscular form, topping six feet.[1]


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Prince Lamruil with his human bride Maura

He traveled with Kymil Nimesin in looking for the lost Moonflower children. Under Kymil he studied the arts of swordcraft. Though he often showed more interest in drinking and wenching.[2]

Lamruil, despite his early habits, successfully drew the King Sword.[3] He then undertook the task of planting the Tree of Souls given to by Queen Amlaruil on the mainland. Once planted, it will create a gradually enlarging sphere protected by ancient High Magic, and thus establish a new elven kingdom, a new haven for the elven people.

Prince Lamruil, along with his human bride Maura and a widely varied group of elven adventurers, set out to find a foothold in the most remote, inaccessible, and forbidding lands of northernmost Faerûn.[1] He has chosen a hidden valley far to the north, a place surrounded by incredibly inhospitable terrain.[4]

In 1380 DR the high mage Araevin Teshurr visits Auseriel. There he meets and befriends Prince Lamruil. They both leave Auseriel in search of the missing Princess Maura, set on the trail by the mysterious prophecy revealed by Araevin’s magic.[5]


  1. 1.0 1.1 Elaine Cunningham (1999). Evermeet: Island of Elves. (Wizards of the Coast), p. 46. ISBN 0-7869-1354-1.
  2. Elaine Cunningham (1999). Evermeet: Island of Elves. (Wizards of the Coast), p. p35. ISBN 0-7869-1354-1.
  3. Elaine Cunningham (1999). Evermeet: Island of Elves. (Wizards of the Coast), p. 482. ISBN 0-7869-1354-1.
  4. [1]
  5. Brian R. James and Ed Greenwood (September, 2007). The Grand History of the Realms. (Wizards of the Coast), p. p159. ISBN 978-0-7869-4731-7.

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