Elidinis left because of edicts and when they broke, she didn't return yet.
Perhaps she would want to participate if she knew that desert anima source is in danger, but I don't know how would she get that information - and that edicts are destroyed as well allowing her return too.
Maybe she already found better luck on a nicer, friendlier world fit for her rather than war torn Gilenor, but I doubt so, since Gilenor is the only perfect one.
She and Seren would make cute pair. I can only imagine how their joint empire would look like if they would rule it together.
Elidinis would be tied to the Desert series, and despite Icthlarin's role in Sliske's game and possibly his battle with Amascut in the Gauntlet of Souls, the Desert series was supposed to be in a position similar to the Myreque, where it's treated as before the Sixth Age. So chances are that her return will hinge on whether or not the Desert Pantheon's story moves into the Sixth Age.
I really hope she returns soon, or gets some lore, she is the the most mysterious desert god.
*Throws Camel God out the window*
She really only had one quest and only some mentions in dialogue and lores and histories, but nothing major. Regardless of Desert series being Sixth Age or not, she should return soon.Brassica X Marimbo OTP
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Eli and Seri aren't taken anymore, they're both widows.
Well, they managed to help their people to some degree, provided them food, healed them...they don't seem useless.
Yet I would like her return, Kharidians with all their politic/religion manipulations need a real god for them. And someone has to yell Amascut out of her madness and ground her at least for few hundred years - naughty girl.
BloodnSkullssaid: Their empire would suck. Both of them are weak rulers who never get anything done.
Elidinis was the only person who could have lead the Menaphites during the 4,000 Years of God Wars. Despite the fact that there were Armies running ransack across the entire world, and the fact that for a good portion of the wars the northern half of the Kharidian peninsula would have been completely overrun with invaders, AND the fact that the Menaphites also had to keep a mad goddess suppressed, it seems that Elidinis did really well in leading the Kharidians! They even made it out of the God Wars with Three cities, when the grand total of cities around the world at the end of the God Wars being maybe six.
She also signed an alliance with Saradomin, which was probably a good move. Most of the World is Saradominist now, so she ensured good relations between Saradominists and Menaphites for the foreseeable future. Also she got access to cool tech and trade from them, like Golems.
All in all, she seems like a really effective ruler.^ "Some of those words were
" - Mod Raven
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Probably when Tumeken makes his big reveal from the Kharid-Ib, so at some point down the line in the Desert series. What I'm more interested to see is what will happen when she does. Amascut has been a very naughty girl, and I don't think Elidinis and Tumeken will be very happy with the party she threw while they were out on business. Nor will they have any issues dealing with their daughter. That being said, I want to learn more about the origins of Elidinis and Tumeken, how the Desert Pantheon came to be, why, and what happens now that the two leaders have returned? Maybe this is the finale of the Desert series, and happens not too long after Sliske's Endgame?A
Well you have to ask yourself this question: Does she want to return?
Most gods, when the Edicts came down, rapidly returned to Gielinor in a flash.
Elidinis however, did not. It is as if she does not want to return. I have two head canon theories on this.
1 is that she is dead. OR 2nd is that she doesn't want to return, out of sadness and despair that her husband destroyed her beautiful, lush land. As you may know, the Kharidian Desert was once a green forest, until Tumeken blew himself up and turned everything to ashes (aka sand.) In my opinion, she found another plane as pretty as her old home and refuses to return to the barren wasteland.I worship Mah, for she is mah homegirl! The correct adjective for Mah's followers are: Mahomies, Mah-homeboys, or Mah-homegirls.