Friday, August 2, 2013

To Be Drow: Precious Blanco

Dark elves are known for their aggression, deceit, and stealth. They are very brutal and cruel by nature, having little mercy when it comes to cheating, battling, or anything dealing with the life of another being. There are exceptions the following Drow...Precious Blanco.

Precious Blanco


Dark Elf Symphony

Come to the forest at night
and hear music like never before
Come, if you would feel alive
and behold the nocturnal score

Come astray here, my girl
and the Elves shall play their nightly tune
Accompanied by satyrs,
Adorned with wood and rune

Close your tired mortal eyes
and let your white gown flow gently in the breeze
Do the dance you've always fantasized
Kissed by starfire and summer rains, christened with shimmering mead

Canter farther away from your trivial human life
To waltz into the Elve's embrace
Look inside yourself and realize
In your passion, there's no disgrace.

by AngelicDarkness

The first historical mythological context of the Drow was seen in ancient Norse, Germanic, and Scottish mythology/folklore. The Drow, also called Dark elves, are seen in Germanic and Norse mythology. Dark elves were called the Dökkálfar (old Norse) or the Svartálfar; However, the Svartálfar were mainly referred to as black elves, as “Svar-“ means ‘Black’, while the Dökkálfar were referred to as the dark elves. These Germanic myths of the dark elves were first documented in Snorri Sturluson’s Gylfaginning Edda. These were considered the opposite of the Ljósálfar, or “light elves”

Dark elves are often blamed for nightmares, sitting on peoples' chests; and whispering frightening dreams into ears. The German word for nightmare is Albtraum, or "elf-dream."


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