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Habrean, Haebraen, Haebran, Haebrean, and Haebrous have all been used as the adjective to describe people and things from or related to Haebrous. In this article we will evaluate each word that has been used based on the following criteria:

  1. The number of sources.
  2. The in-universe sources.
  3. The in-universe dates.
  4. The real-world dates.

Habrean

Habrean appears twice - in the names of the Habrean Link and Habrean Manacle. In both cases the word Habrean is used to describe an object from Haebrous. These items were first discovered in Verdantine, 17 PY.[1][2]

Haebraen

In the story The Lay of Leikotha, Haebraen is used to describe a thing relating to Haebrous.[3] Arcanum scholars archived this story in Harvestgain, 12 PY.[4]

In the Derethian Bestiary entry for Undead, Haebraen is used to describe a person from Haebrous.[5] Arcanum scholars published this bestiary in Harvestgain, 12 PY.[4]

Lord Tyragar bears the title of Seer of the Haebraen. However, when introducing himself, Tyragar says he is the Seer of the Haebrean.[6] Tyragar first appeared in Leafcull, 21 PY.

Haebran

In the overview of the Fourth Sending of Darkness, Haebran is used to describe a person from Haebrous.[7] This overview was by Asheron Realaidain, and was made at the conclusion of Portal Year 11.

In the text Scrawled Note, Haebran is used to describe a person from Haebrous.[8] Isparians first recovered this text in Morningthaw, 12 PY. This text was written by Talaagran Sarian, a Dericostian, recently from when it was first recovered.

Haebrean

In the story The Lay of Leikotha, Haebrean is used to describe a location within Haebrous.[3] Arcanum scholars archived this story in Harvestgain, 12 PY.[4]

In the text the Book of Xik Minru, Haebrean is used to describe both the people of Haebrous and things relating to Haebrous.[9] This text dates back to the time of the Grael Rebellion, approximately -10,000 PY, and was written by a Falatacot. The text was first discovered by Isparians (and then translated by Fanzen San) in Thistledown, 16 PY.

One of Asheron's Servants used Haebrean to describe queen Carraida of Haebrous. This statement was made in Leafdawning, 17 PY.[10]

In the description of the Habrean Link, Haebrean is used to describe a thing in Haebrous. This item was first discovered in Verdantine, 17 PY.[1]

Haebrean Armor was first recovered in Solclaim, 21 PY.

Lord Tyragar uses Haebrean both to describe himself and his people. Tyragar first appeared in Leafcull, 21 PY.[6]

Nalicana also uses Haebrean both to describe Tyragar and his people. Nalicana first appeared in Leafcull, 21 PY.[11]

Related to Lord Tyragar are the Haebrean Token of the Aura of Hardening and Haebrean Token of the Aura of Invulnerability, which are part of the Path of the Haebrean Luminance.[6] These two tokens first appeared in Leafcull, 21 PY.[12][13]

Sir Karadan, a Master of Arms of New Aluvia, used Haebrean to describe the ruins of the people of Haebrous. His statement was made in Coldeve, 23 PY.[14]

Haebrous

Leikotha Arenir bears the title of "Haebrous Blademaster". Isparians first encountered her in Morningthaw, 11 PY.[15]

In the text Aerlinthe Record, written by a Yalaini and translated by the Isparian Breself, Haebrous is used to describe the people of Haebrous. Isparians first discovered this text in Leafdawning, 11 PY.[16]

In the text Mu-Miyah Note Translation, written by a Dericostian and translated by the Isparian Kuyiza, Haebrous is used to describe the people of Haebrous. This text was discovered by Isparians in Verdantine, 11 PY.[17][18]

In the text Tome of the Elements, written by the Yalaini Gaerlan and translated by an Isparian translator, Haebrous is used to describe the people of Haebrous. Isparians first discovered this text in Morningthaw, 13 PY.[19]

In the text The History of Auberean Volume I: Empires Clashing, written by an Isparian sage, Haebrous is used to describe the people and the lands of Haebrous. This text became available in Coldeve, 14 PY.[20]

In the text The History of Auberean Volume II: A Struggle With Darkness, written by an Isparian sage, Haebrous is used to describe the lands of Haebrous. This text became available in Wintersebb, 14 PY.[21]

In the text Account of the Spear of Mukkir, written by a Dericostian and translated by the Isparian Kuyiza, Haebrous is used to describe the lands and empire of Haebrous. This text also uses Haebrean to describe a person from Haebrous. Isparians first discovered this text in Verdantine, 16 PY.[22]

Analysis

  1. The number of sources - Haebrean is the most commonly used term, having appeared 9 times. Haebrous is the next most common at 7 times, then Haebraen at 3, then Haebran at 2, and Habrean at 1.
  2. The in-universe sources - Haebrean is used by Lord Tyragar, who himself is a person from Haebrous.
  3. The in-universe dates - Haebrean is the most recently used term, having been used in Portal Year 23.
  4. The real-world dates - Haebrean is the most recently used term, having been used in 2012.

Conclusion

Haebrean is the proper adjective to use.

References

  1. 2006/08 Shattering the Dark - Habrean Manacle
  2. 3.0 3.1 2001/11 Dark Majesty - AC:DM CD Lore: The Lay of Leikotha
  3. 4.0 4.1 4.2 2001/11 Dark Majesty - AC:DM CD Lore: Introduction
  4. 2001/10 Dark Majesty - AC:DM CD Lore: Derethian Bestiary - Undead
  5. 6.0 6.1 6.2 2010/11 From Darkness, Light - Lord Tyragar
  6. 2000/12 The Child of Daralet - A Brief History for Travelers: Should the Stars Fall and The Child of Daralet
  7. 2001/04 A Reign of Stone - Scrawled Note (Aerbax Laboratory - Translated)
  8. 2005/09 Under Cover of Night - Book of Xik Minru
  9. 2006/07 Toward Ancient Shores - Carraida's Avenger
  10. 2010/11 From Darkness, Light - Nalicana
  11. 2010/11 From Darkness, Light - Haebrean Token of the Aura of Invulnerability
  12. 2010/11 From Darkness, Light - Haebrean Token of the Aura of Hardening
  13. 2012/02 Master of Arms - Teaser
  14. 2000/04 Thorns of the Hopeslayer - Leikotha
  15. 2000/07 - To Raise a Banner of Flame - Aerlinthe Record
  16. 2000/08 Taste of Twilight - Mu-Miyah Note Translation
  17. 2001/10 Dark Majesty - AC:DM CD Lore: Tattered Note
  18. 2002/04 Betrayal - Tome of the Elements
  19. 2003/02 That Which Is Ours - The History of Auberean Volume I: Empires Clashing (-30,000 to -9,000)
  20. 2003/03 A Perfect Paradox - The History of Auberean/Volume II: A Struggle With Darkness (-2,998 to -1,999)
  21. 2005/08 Friend and Foe - Account of the Spear of Mukkir
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