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There are tales of ghouls and the dead rising along the Eastern Allir Reaches. The Templar chapter based of Allria has gone to investigate the matter... and perhaps bring to an end to whoever is at the root of this evil...

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A necromancer seems to be ravaging the Eastern Allir Reaches(near the spine). Some of the Templars are trying to stop him/her. Feel free to join in as a survivor, a passerby, maybe the necromancers servant!

Chronicles Between the Embrace of Drawa.

Discussion in 'The Chronicles' started by Faelin K'Abveirin, Dec 5, 2018 at 7:52 AM.

  1. Faelin K'Abveirin

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    #1 Faelin K'Abveirin, Dec 5, 2018 at 7:52 AM
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    It was far, far from the blightlands proper, where Drawa split the land into three.
    And yet, the land was flat and barren just as much...But it was not quite dead as on first look.
    Bushes, rare flowers and shrubs. Only bushes rare flowers and shrubs, an expansive heath in bloom as far as one could see. A delight for the wind to caress. Even carrying kestrels which hovered above the ground, looking for tiny prey.


    A lone fishing village laid it's mark along the solemn coast. Quiet and serene. Yet an important destination for those traveling from Belgrath to Eretejva. The population? Eerily orcish but varied from all the passing travelers who laid an intimate imprint on this village.

    Even the Inn where Faelin now stood was relatively quiet, the loudness only coming from the open windows where the crashing waves against the many boats and the shrieks of squabbling hulls were heard.

    Outside on a signpost read:
    'Looking for brave soldiers, ask for Raveth at the White Flank and Thread Inn.'
     
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    This village was the last place Sapphire should have been. Amongst a largely orcish population, the girl stood out like a sore thumb. What was more, this village seemed just the kind in which everyone knew one another, which further drained her ability to blend in. However, the girl needed to get to Eretjva, and she was sick of travelling. She needed to dig in her heels, just for a little heel.

    Perhaps she was needlessly paranoid. What were the odds of anyone from her old home village winding up here at the same time as her. So, with a deep breath, the woman walked into the village’s inn, reluctantly pulling the hood from over her head.

    Strangely, the inn brought a sort of calm over her. There was next to no one inside, the only sounds being the quiet mumbles of a couple of drinkers and the crash of waves, suppressed between the inn’s walls. Drawing a coin purse from her coat, Sapphire moved towards the innkeep, with the intention of acquiring a room for the night along with a warm meal, depending on the price. At her side stood an elf, shorter than her. She glanced his way for a moment, but quickly looked back to bar. She hadn’t seen many dark elves in while. The sight intrigued her.

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    »Are you looking for Raveth, « The inkeeper asked as he processed her order.
    Rooms were still free for not many traveled in and out in this season.
    It was a tad too cold for most and ships arrived and left monthly, actually, only one ship at a time at this time of season.

    The dark elf was quick to spot the gaze and kept his focused on Sapphire. Was this some kind of an invitation for a chat?
     
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    Sapphire looked to the innkeeper, a friendly man by the looks. She wondered if he feared magic, and reminded herself to make sure not to find out. "I'm just passing by. Looking for work. But I'll take a room and food, please." Her words crutched on the truth. She wasn't actively looking for work, and was acquiring coin by more... illegitimate means. Working and making a name for herself was risky, as the girl worried the people of her village were persistent hunters. No, she just needed safe passage to the tundra. It sounded miserable, but the secluded villages seemed like a decent place to dig in for a while. Until she got shit together.

    She was thankful for the free room, even moreso for the promise that her ood would arrive shortly. Then, she noticed the elf was still looking her way. Edging away ever so slightly, Sapphire turned a fraction to look the stranger's way. "Its rude to stare".

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    The dark elf tilted his head.
    »You looked at me, and it was not to talk to me? «

    » You oulanders are odd. «
     
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    "Apologies, you..." Sapphire trailed off, turning to fully face the elf again. "I'm looking for someone, they were heading for the tundra. I suppose you look like him". The smell of what she guessed was stew drifted by. She was starving.
    "You're from here, then?
     

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