When at last Aasentameri went to the Isle, she was succeeded by her own son as hierophant and lord, master of the devotions of Anune as well as lord over Ylvasmetsa. He was named Kivinen, which is the Stone, and strong as stone was he. It was in his rule that the power of Hierophant was challenged at last, in which Sidabrina broke free of the control of Ylvasmetsa. For the Oronnos of Sylvasil did not see in the house of Merivenye anything noble or strong — “They are sailors,” the Oronnos would say, “While we are the elder-wise, the magic-strong, the greatest of all the elves.” So war erupted in the Searing Hills and the Oronnos fielded armies of sorcery to claim the seat of the Hierophant. But in the end, Kivenen would not yield, and the Oronnos did not win the leadership of all Ylvasmetsa; instead, Kivenen gave them the authority to govern themselves, and ever after Sylvasil was not part of the Greatwood, but a kingdom of its own, with a mighty wizard-lord ruling from the tower of Nostorin.
“The Font of joy is the bosom of the Maker. Silver blessings descend from the Lord of Winds, and all good things spring from him. Go forth, children of the Wind, and sing the song that gladdens.”
Song of the Four Winds, Anuneiän Holy Text, 3rd Age