Tw3 Lac Célavy
Tw3 Lac Célavy 2

Lac Célavy is a lake in southwestern part of the Duchy of Toussaint that serves as residence of Lady of the Lake in this part of Continent.

In a middle of this lake there is small island and within that island is even smaller lake where Hermit meditates and guards chivalric virtues, five of them that are written on holy stones, and also on the coast a Fisher King can be seen fishing.

Associated quests Edit

Stones of Five Chivalric Virtues Edit

Tw3 virtues Valor

Valor Edit

Description on stone: Valor does not make one good, yet how many good men have you met in your life’s journey who were cowards? Those who possess valor do not hesitate to stand against the majority, no matter what the consequences.

Tw3 virtues Honor

Honor Edit

Description on stone: Honor cannot be purchased. Honor also cannot be sold, for its value is greater than all the treasure in the world. Yet one can lose it, and whoever does so shall have sullied his name for all eternity. A truly honorable man always stands behind his actions, faces every challenge and refuses to lie.

Tw3 virtues Compassion

Compassion Edit

Description on stone: There are many traits which bear witness to a man’s true nature. Compassion is what separates men from beasts. Whoever feels sympathy for his fellows man will never turn a blind eye to misfortune. He will instead always stand in defense of the wronged.

Tw3 virtues Wisdom

Wisdom Edit

Description on stone: Wisdom is a virtue which one should strive to cultivate throughout one’s life, for it impossible to be so wise one cannot become even wiser. The wise know this... As we journey through life, we should seek to make wise choices. Remember, wise choices are not those which make our lives easier or simpler. Often, they make them more complicated. But always they make us better.

Tw3 virtues Generosity

Generosity Edit

Description on stone: No man can be called good who does not share his prosperity with others. Generosity is required for dignity in life and peace in death.

Trivia Edit

  • The name of the lake is likely a homophone for "c'est la vie", the French phrase for "that's life", or "so it goes...".