May 142013
 

I arrived at the entrance to the karka hive, only to discover that the Lionguards and their demolitionists were charging on ahead. The path spiraling into the hive was packed with all sorts of people and veteran karka. The importance and urgency of the situation had drawn adventurers from every corner of Tyria.

Our given task was pretty simple: escort the demolitionists to predetermined locations and stand guard while they set the charges.

TLS- demolition squad

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May 132013
 

Lion’s Arch was attacked once again by the ancient karka and this time we had the upper hand. Thanks to Head Researcher Levvi, a powerful solvant was available and could be used either on your weapon, or already applied to a gun with several other properties built in. Unfortunately, I slept through the whole assault but I managed to arrive in time for the push out onto Southsun Cove.

Captain Magnus the Bloody-Handed was on a docked shipped with his prisoner, Canach. After speaking with both of them, it seems our only option is to kill the ancient karka and subdue the population, so they don’t strike Lion’s Arch again. Canach made it sound like he simply took a few flowers as a souvenir, but whatever he’s done has forced us into battle with mindless monsters just trying to protect their territory. If the Consortium doesn’t become bankrupt after this disaster, I shudder to think what their other lapses in judgement will cost us all.

TLS-magnus and canach

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May 132013
 

Soon after the Consortium had begun advertising their resort location across Lion’s Arch, a new threat emerged. Karka (large crab-like creatures with tough shells) attacked and destroyed several hallmarks of the city, including the famous lion statue.

Asking Consortium representatives around their gift shop proved futile. They kept changing the subject and suggested that I purchase something or leave immediately. I decided to meet the Lionguard to see what they’ve discovered so far.

TLS-consortium gift shop

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