Jul 122012
 

Our friend Gwen has been through a lot lately, so I decided to cheer her up with the gift of a red iris flower. But my arrival couldn’t have been at a better time; she just received some reports of charr shaman caste activity in Sacnoth Valley. Her scout’s news suggested that they were meeting up to duplicate the success they had with the Searing. I agreed that whether this news was true or not, we should check it out. To increase our success, I invited along my friends Elwin and Rogoth on the journey.

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Jul 122012
 

Two of my Ascalonian friends, Elwin and Xiara invited me to come with them to the Diessa Lowlands. The subject matter was a surprise, but they said it would be fun. I was instructed to meet them at the Grenditch Courthouse, where not only were they waiting for me, but so was Gwen. The whole event had actually been something the young Ebon Vanguard had designed. Earlier that day Elwin and Xiara surprised Gwen by presenting her a tapestry shred. I know it doesn’t seem like much, but apparently it holds a great significance to Gwen and the early heroes of Ascalon that trained before the Searing.

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Jul 102012
 

After the Great Destroyer was killed, word spread of suspicious Stone Summit activity near the Verdant Cascades. When Malory and I arrived to check it out, we found a room filled with norn waiting for a great challenge. Veth the Storyteller told us that the last Stone Summit hierophant, Duncan the Black was trying to harness the power of the Great Destroyer’s soul. He has rallied all available Stone Summit and amassed a huge army of slaves. Veth hinted that it would be wise of us to kill Duncan before he reclaims the Great Destroyer’s soul, even though his fellow norn relished the idea of fighting what Duncan would become.

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Jun 302012
 

On my first trip to the Heart of the Shiverpeaks, I was tasked with recovering the Hammer of the Great Dwarf. That artifact was sealed away by the Blackpowder clan to prevent it falling into the wrong hands. In addition to the obstacles laid down by the clan, a huge seemingly invulnerable wurm named Cyndr the Mountain Heart guarded it. The powder kegs that our dwarven ally made were the key to the wurm’s demise. After placing three of them at the base of the wurm, it became defenseless and we could finally kill it.

With Cyndr’s death and a lot more free time, I took the asura gate into the Heart of the Shiverpeaks with Malory to explore the depths.

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