sah-TREE-kuh (rhymes with the-THREE-huh)
Daughter of Venka and Mirff;
Granddaughter of Kahvi and Rayek

Satreeka is Venka’s daughter, sired by Go-Back warrior Mirff and born in the Palace of the High Ones.
The name Satreeka is a reflection of the four tribes that most impacted her mother Venka’s life. “Sa” for Savah to represent the Sun Folk; “tree” for Treestump to represent the Wolfriders; “ree” which is part of many Glider names, specifically Aroree, who helped raise Venka and quested with her; and “ka” for Kahvi to represent the Go-Backs and the child’s larger-than-life direct ancestor.



HARR-oh-timm (rhymes with STAR-oh-glim)
Son of Dodia and Ekolin

Harotim is a young elf, among the first to be born in the Palace of the High Ones after its restoration following the Shards War.
Having lived his entire life in the magical, crystalline structure, Harotim’s inherited abilities have gravitated to and focused on crystals. He is the Palace’s most accomplished crystal-shaper, helping not only to sculpt the Palace’s ever-changing structure but also to fashion the decorative crystals worn by the elves.


So far in the Final Quest, we’ve learned that several Sun Villagers that we’ve met over the decades have survived volcanic eruptions, war with the Go-Backs and even human invasion of Sorrow’s End. In the latest issue, another fan favorite character joins the ranks of those beloved one-time villagers who are still with us after millennia of survival on the World of Two Moons.

Anahvi and M’Ren

Elves of the Future


Anahvi and M’Ren are a coupled pair of elves living in the Palace in future times, after the elves have left the World of Two Moons. They are contemporaries of Jink and The Rebels.
Anahvi is sharp and headstrong while M’Ren is of a more accommodating nature. Both use the ability to glide, at least when they are in traveling through space in the Palace.
What their roles in the Palace are, to whom they are related, and their part in the bigger ElfQuest tale are stories that remain to be told.


We’ve only just met him, but ElfQuest’s newest mystery character has gotten a profile page. What are your first impressions and wildest theories about Dre-ahn, the “loneliest of the lonely”?