Arleesh

Arleesh is a female great dragons feathered serpent, who first made herself known publicly circa 2049.{{src}} pp.84, 158–159 She is young by dragon standards, and more active in mortal affairs than Mujaji. Arleesh has devoted herself to protecting the mortal races from Awakened threats of which they are still unaware and unprepaired for.{{src}} p.17

Arleesh made one of her more prominent appearances in the Sixth World when she worked with a shadowrunning team in 2051 to destroy an ancient artifact. This artifact acted as a rating 10 Power Focus, but took a toll on the health and sanity of its user. Arleesh consumed the focus, destroying it.{{src}} ? Her activities appear to be piecemeal, undertaking personal quests to address specific Awakened threats instead of establishing a power base. While she shows respect for draconic gatherings and contemporaries, she is idealistic and will speak her mind. Her willingness to act with young races means she is one of the dragons a runner may well encounter if they are involved with some ancient evil or artifact.

Arleesh was one of the three great dragons that attacked Alamais in early spring 2075 in GeMiTo with a small army of shadowrunners, mercenaries and lesser dracoforms, to finish him and end his reign of terror. (The two other great dragons were Lofwyr himself and the great eastern dragon Lung).{{src}} ?

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Welcome -)

I am cross posting an answere to your query here as well as TalkSixthWorldNew user log.

Everybody is welcome to edit, but please keep in mind that we only want canon information on normal pages.  I didn't set up the wiki, so I can't point you to a specific policy, but there are periodic efforts to remove non-cannon material.

Having said that, I do not know of any prohibition to posting non-canon material, so long as it's on a separate page with both its status and source clear.

Personally, I just add (canon) material after a question I could not answer with these pages, sparks some research of my own. —UserMJBurrage(User talkMJBurrage•SpecialContributions/MJBurrage) 1312, 26 April 2009 (EDT)

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==Earthdawn sources and canon==
I know Earthdawn sources are only used when they pertain directly to the 6th world, but are the "Lost" Earthdawn novels considered canon? In this case the book in question would be ''Scars'' due to it being the first book in a trilogy that connects Earthdawn and Shadowrun. Some of the references in that book pertain directly to the Immortal Elves history in Shadowrun. --UserFlext 0045, April 27, 2009 (CDT)

 Since the novels in question were only "lost" in the English language (they were published on time in Europe), I would assume they are just as canon as anything else from Earthdawn.  I.E. the canon Fourth World, but in the Sixth World the specific details are only known by Dragons and Immortal Elves.
 Now here's a question, is ''Battlerun'' or ''Equinox'' the canon Eighth World? -)
 —UserMJBurrage(User talkMJBurrage•SpecialContributions/MJBurrage) 2147, 27 April 2009 (EDT)

 I completly forgot they were published on time in Europe. (Some day I will have my English copy of ''Little Treasures''!) So, any informations that, for lack of a better term, matters in the Sixth World those novel would be an acceptable source.
 I have ever heard of those before also. I'll have to look it up sometime. Thanks.
 --UserFlext 101, 28 April 2009 (CDT)

== Earthdawn time period ==

I'm just curious what is up with the Earthdawn time period.  The entry for Earthdawn says that it is something like 40,000 years in the past, but it also says that it occurred during the Fourth world, which is dated as being roughly 8,000 - 3,000 BC (roughly 10,000-5,000 years in the past).  So.....which is it? 2208, January 23, 2014 (UTC)

Good point. I am not sure, for now I'll remove the "40" number from this page. If anyone can find better sources, please add them to the Fourth Wolrd page. I've been trying to figure out the various Ages for a while, and they are confusing like hell. For example, Fifth World is the only one (?) without a Magic, all others seem to end with the Scourge, but for some reason the current one is different? Sigh. UserPiotrus (User talkPiotrus) 2010, January 27, 2014 (UTC)