Few remember the real name of the elven boy that is chasing the sunset. After his father disappeared in the forest and his mother died he was raised by his aunt together with a drageling he had befriended. When a bard came to his village with a story of an elf who was swept away by floods and carried all the way to the dwarven lands west of the sea, Leaf became convinced that this elf was his father. Knowing Leaf's stubbournness, the other elves in the village didn't oppose his plans to go look for his father again and together with Myhrad the boy elf set out on his great adventure.
Leaf is generally optimistic and cheerful, though one can't fail
to notice deep scars left by the loss of his parents and Leaf is
considered mature for his age (this fact was one of the reasons
that the adults in his village did not object to his quest).His
grief sometimes surfaces exposing
From his aunt, an adventuress of some renown in the small village (despite her tendency to overprepare), Leaf has learned to be curious and has in a way inherited a love for mystery and a craving to see the world. Nobody was therefore very surprised when one day he announced he was going to search for his father.
As an elf, Leaf has great love for all things that live.