|First Appearance||Prince of the Elves|
Virgil and Trellis both resided alongside a woodland lake in Gulfen. As well as being a caretaker of the young elf, it is known that Virgil owned a library and studied many works of literature – including those by humans – during his lifetime.
Trellis encountered Virgil in an alternate spectrum via his stone. During this, Virgil mended his arm after he took a great fall from the sky, and rested him in a small shack. When Trellis awoke, his younger self directed him to another shack where Virgil resided. There, his uncle greeted him with open arms. When Trellis asked where the rest that fell were, Virgil replied ,honestly that he had been very much alone when he found him.
A while later, Virgil took Trellis across a lake to an ancient library, where he gave Trellis information regarding the stone. When the Voice finally appeared to apprehend Trellis, Virgil urged him to escape to a willow grove in the bank, and told him to remember everything and to know that he came from a good family. Virgil is presumably devoured by the Voice.
Later on, he was shown in one of Trellis's memories in the Nexus, where they were going over an old transmission of a alien species leaving their planet because they used up their resources. They note that the inhabitants of the ship are all in a deep sleep, and the only moving inhabitants are the shadows. Virgil then tells younger Trellis that the shadows have already infiltrated the elven army, even the officers. The Elf King then appears and tells younger Trellis that he warned him, and Virgil states that Trellis would have found out on his own eventually. Virgil then tells younger Trellis that they are going to get rid of him and make Trellis forget, and begs Trellis to try and remember as he is dragged off by guards.
Virgil is rather short in appearance, and often carries around with him a satchel. Like most elves, his hair is white and his skin is a palish grey. He wears a blue robe.
He is shown to be a warm, friendly, and caring uncle to the brothers. However, with regards to his brother, he shows concern that his brother speaks to his stone, and anger when he was dragged off for revealing the truth to Trellis. He is also very knowledgeable and frequents a library that holds many works from different periods.
- Despite his little screentime, Virgil seems to bear some similarities with Iroh from Avatar: The Last Airbender. Both are caring uncles who serve as mentors to their nephews.