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Brokilon Forest, he said, is forbidden territory. The kingdom of forest dryads. Brokilon also defends our flank. The dryads will not let anyone pass. The Nilfgaardians either...
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- pg. 270, Blood of Elves (UK edition)

Brokilon (Brokiloén in Elder Speech[1]) also known among humans as Forest of Death, is an ancient forest located between Verden, Cidaris, Brugge, and Temeria and is near Dol Adalatte.

It's inhabited by dryads, hamadryads, leprechauns, and pucks and is very dangerous for humans, as dryads tend to shoot them without warning. They supported the Scoia'tael by allowing them to hide in Brokilon and healing the wounded fighters. The Brokilon dryads are led by Eithné, who lives in Duén Canell, at the centre of the forest.

It is absolutely forbidden to bring fire into the forest; axes and other forms of harming trees are similarly discouraged. Brokilon is home to magical cures known as conynhaela and purple living bone.

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The Witcher (PC) Edit

The dryad in the Druids' grove, Morenn, can tell Geralt about Brokilon.

"Brokilon is our home, Eithné our lady."

The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt Edit

A Scoiatel Merchant thanks Geralt for the time he was helped in Brokilon. Geralt says it is hard to recall, as if it was another lifetime.

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  1. "Feainn" or "caelm" are standard nouns, but with suffix "-e" they are nouns in genitive case or adjectives - like in "Feainnewedd" (Child of Sun, Sun-Child) or "caelme tedd" (quiet time, time of quiet?). "Wedd Brokiloéne" means clearly "Child of Brokilon", and it contains the exact suffix "-e".