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Holotome Profile: Tír na nÓg
Tír na nÓg
Location Information
Type Castle
Levels Diverse
Location Ireland
Series Information
Inhabitants Dullahan
Firbolg
First Appearance Back Home
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Tír na nÓg is a magical castle floating over Ireland. The castle is visible and physical only under the light of a full moon. The castle is guarded by Firbolg and Dullahan Titans.

History

Tír na nÓg finds itself in Celtic legends as an otherworldly island existing beyond the western edges of the map. The fairies which inhabit the floating castle are the Titans known as Firbolg and Dullahan.

While on a moonlit picnic, Sandra and Eathon Lambert once found themselves in Tír na nÓg.

It was later found by Scarlet Byrne, who was attacked by a rogue Firbolg Titan. Gaining the help of Lok Lambert, who had been having recurring dreams of finding his father at such a place, she enlisted the help of the Huntik Foundation team to return. While exploring the castle, an area of the floor dematerialized, and Lok and Cherit fell into a weak point between dimensions. In this Inter-dimensional World, he was able to speak to his father through a mirror into the Spirit World, Huntik. After returning through the power of Umbra, Lok invoked Pendragon to defeat the Dullahan and Firbolg Titans. Their Amulets secured, Den Fears bonded with one of the Dullahan Titans while Scarlet bonded with a Firbolg. S2E48

Trivia

  • Tir na nÓg is derived from the old Irish Tir inna n'oc, meaning "Land of the Young." It features prominently in the story of Oisin and Niamh in Celtic mythology.
  • Tir na nÓg is a location in the series Winx Club as the realm of the Earth Fairies. Coincidentally, Winx Club is also a series made by Iginio Straffi.

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