Sland the Green was the apprentice of Azris the Green, the master of the Green Order. He had apparently never come up with an original idea in his life, and was considered to be utterly forgettable by Wizard Ellaron. Despite this, he was one of eight wizards who partook in the first experiment to create a teleporation spell. However, when Unaia the Blue discovered the extent to which the Red Order had influenced the spell, she walked out, causing the spell to backfire. Sland was killed, his soul fragmented. When Ellaron the Red sought to destroy the second Wizards' Tower, the fragmented souls reacted in disgust and took Ellaron to the Abyss.
Concept art of the Wraith Wizard's apprentices.
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- ^ Zanmaron the Red, "Rune Memories", RuneScape. "Azris has worked on the same problem for so long that her mind has turned to stone, and her apprentice hasn't had an original thought in his life."
- ^ Wizard Ellaron, "Rune Memories", RuneScape. "Shut up, Sland! No one even remembers you."
- ^ Unaia the Blue, "Rune Memories", RuneScape. "No, Zanmaron, it does matter. If I had known this entire ritual was based on Red magic, I would never have agreed to take part.[...]And you think that justifies this? I cannot take part in this ritual. Come Perien."
- ^ Ariane, "Rune Memories", RuneScape. "The Red master was hit by the full force of the power beam! No wonder that started a fire that... Wait! It's happening again! Get down!"
- ^ Zanmaron the Red, "Rune Memories", RuneScape. "I told them! The idiots! They deviated from the ritual, and now look what's happened! Disembodied soul fragments possessing some slip of a girl!"
- ^ Unaia the Blue, "Rune Memories", RuneScape. "This one time I'll let you use the demonic knowledge, Zanmaron. To the Abyss!"
- ^ Mei the Grey, "Rune Memories", RuneScape. "Look at the tower they built. It might not have as broad a foundation as the old one but it's reached just as high. Such a pity someone would try to destroy it."