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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Nov 012011
 

Threats to Pyre’s warband seem to be a daily occurrence, but today Gron Fiercelaw brought something important to my attention. Their enemy Rragar Maneater has been developing a new type of monster called fleshreavers to unleash on our charr and human allies. So Malory and I set out to the southwest corner of Sacnoth Valley, and entered into Rragar’s Menagerie.


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Oct 252011
 

Malory and I had to travel through the burning forest of Sacnoth Valley to reach our next task in the Depths of Tyria. Under Captain Langmar’s orders, Swithin Nye and his company were ordered to retrieve a great dwarven weapon: Kathandrax’s Crusher. He wasn’t too specific about why they needed it, but I was assured that it would be a great service to the Ebon Vanguard. His group failed when they were attacked by charr, so it was up to us to get the job done.


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Sep 272011
 

It seems that Pyre’s warband in Doomlore Shrine not only has problems with the shaman caste, but also from another threat underneath their outpost. The caverns just below where Gron Fierceclaw trades with allies, are home to an army of restless spirits lead by the ghost Murakai, Lady of the Night. Gron tasked Malory and I with getting rid of their problem. Of course they wouldn’t have this problem if they hadn’t brought back Ascalonian relics to this underground Cathedral of Flames. But I have a choice to help our new charr allies or watch as they are assaulted by ghosts and other charr.


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