Kendra Kandlestar
 
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Statue of Leemus Longbraids.
The Rainmaker’s Rapsody
Enchanted, song-filled garden
 

The Rainmaker’s Rhapsody is a famous garden that lies beyond the River Wink on the way to the town of Kojo’s Hope.

The garden was planted by Krimson Kandlestar before the birth of his daughter Kendra Kandlestar. The garden features a variety of plants and flowers, the most prominent being songbells, which have the ability to sing. At the center of the magnificent garden is a statue of one of the first elders of Een, Leemus Longbraids. He is depicted holding the magic orb in an outstretched hand.

Kendra Kandlestar and Uncle Griffinskitch went to see Winter Woodsong in the Rainmaker’s Rhapsody to discuss some troubling events they had witnessed in the night skies. Winter liked the garden because its songbells provided some protection against the treacherous fellows in the employ of Burdock Brown.

 
     
 
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