Legends of Moonsong City
Beros stayed in the wild of the Ihduhapi forests. It was said that he could sense an orc or a kobold that came within ten miles of him… and that he could put an arrow through their chest before they even knew he was in the woods with them. The remaining orc tribes lived in fear of him, calling him Daro-rciend or “The Sudden Heartpiercer” for his penchant to kill just a few of the orcs and let the legend of his prowess get back to the others.
No one is sure of what became of Beros. Rumors abounded that he had passed into the feywild and was gone, but it seemed every time people began to believe, a slaughtered tribe of orcs would be found, a lone arrow through each chest. Eventually the legend grew such that many elven rangers roamed the woods, and they would all claim to have seen the famous elf and attribute orc and kobold infestation eradication to Beros. Even if it had indeed been they would had done the work.
Truth be told, no one knows if Beros still walks the woods or not. It seems unlikely given that so many years have passed and even the Elven Queen Sunny the Great professes not to know for sure. To the Beros’s doubters, the believers need only point to when Hil’Dren sought to set up in the south. Fifty years after the war with Glimmer, a great green dragon, she had come from over the sea and sought to control the woods as her own. She had smashed an elven outpost meant to watch for such a thing. Two messengers had escaped and reported to their queen that the dragon had arrived. A scouting force was immediately dispatched with Queen Sunny herself preparing to battle the beast. When they arrived, the dragon was still, a surprised look forever etched on the beast’s face. A single arrow was found, buried deep in the beast’s heart.