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Conflict in Ashenvale

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After a call for help came to Orgrimmar from Overseer Gorthek in the Warsong Clan's holdings of Ashenvale, General Warhowl

was dispatched to Razor Hill to recruit able bodied members of the Horde to the call of duty. The group was found and dispatched

to the forest of Ashenvale, where they were met by conflict as the Sentinels ambushed the group.

 

What would later be discovered to be an equivocated local conflict, the Horde's group dealt with the Sentinel party, returning to the

vicinity of the Mor'shan Base Camp. Later in the week, a Warsong scout has discovered that demon worshippers of the Burning

Blade, commanded by a satyr under service of the Shadow Council, were the real threat -- fooling the elves into believing that the 

orcs were Horde, and not demon worshippers. 

 

After parlaying with one of the Sentinels' seasoned protectors, the group was tasked with eliminating the traitors or risking another 

faction conflict with the Kaldorei for the lands. Acting swiftly, the Horde has once more eliminated the taint that is the still demon 

worshipping orcs, securing the vicinity of Splintertree Post in their way.

 

While the threat has been quelled, the plot is apparently far from over, as the cultists seek to bring their vile master from the Nether

to command them against the people of Azeroth in their cursed quest to undo all creation.

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OOC Information: this has been the Horde events that I hosted in the last week. I'd like to thank everyone that joined, and bellow, the participants can find their rewards, provided to them by Orgrimmar. 

 

Every participant receives the sum of  Inv_misc_coin_17.png5 gold and Inv_misc_coin_03.png30 silver for their services, as well as the following rewards:

 

Allynna:

Spoiler

Inv_jewelry_talisman_11.pngToken of Bazzalan: this small trinket was among the items recovered from the worshippers. It has a shadowy aura pulsating from it, probably enchanted by the vile satyr. It looks like the item was formerly a night elven adornment, corrupted by the shady owner to suit his purposes. 

 

Effects: It gives a bonus to your Shadow based attacks, coursing a corruptive aura through your foe's body for 3 times, slowing their attacks for 2 turns. It takes 2 days to recharge.

 

Gerathok: 

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Gerathok's Commendation.jpg

 

Alvia:

Spoiler

32px-Inv_jewelry_ring_34.png?version=b19Ring of the Royal Apothecary Society: this ring represents the praise of one of the most distinguished organizations in the Forsaken. The ring was enchanted by one of the Society's chief apothecaries to increase the undead wielder's regenerative capabilities. A necromantic gift.

 

Effects: undead wearers are boosted with necromantic regeneration to minor damage to their carcass, but not enough to repair major damage, such as severed limbs or highly burned body parts. 

 

Gallus:

Spoiler

Inv_misc_head_scourge_01.pngDead Human Body: the chance to be rid of the leprous Geist situation has been provided as gratification for your services. The ritual may be provided by one of the Val'kyr in order to usher your damned soul into a new, perfect Forsaken body.

 

Effects: you got the chance of get rid of the Geist body and receive a new, more perfect human body. For clarification's sake, the body would turn into the Forsaken model after the transfer. A perfect human body like Nathanos' would be something ... for a more special fellow.

 

Lyonia:

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32px-Inv_potion_56.png?version=c9622ada6Flask of Corrosive Fel Ichor: a recipe developed by an orcish toxicologist with different reagents found in Ashenvale, the corrosive essence was imbued with Fel magic by a member of the Shadow Council. The formula is still unstable, but thanks to the efforts of the group, it's not going to be employed against the right enemies.

 

Effects: the corrosive ichor has 5 charges to poison your weapons so it can be used against the enemy. The potion is corrosive in nature, and with the Fel enchantment, it also corrupts whatever it taints. Biologically speaking, necrosia and corrosion are the effects of this poison.

 

Azgrim:

Spoiler

32px-Inv_bannerpvp_01.png?version=8dbf19Sigil of the Warsong: this trinket forged of Mithril by Warsong blacksmiths represents the respect of the Warsong Clan for its bearer. The trinket itself is enchanted by the shamans, carrying an aura of power with it, noticeable by anyone versed in the arts of magic. 

 

Effects: grants a boost of strength from the earth and speed from the wind to the bearer, honing the same with more proficiency in battle.

 

Ceadrae:

Spoiler

32px-Inv_jewelry_ring_34.png?version=b19Ring of the Royal Apothecary Society: this ring represents the praise of one of the most distinguished organizations in the Forsaken. The ring was enchanted by one of the Society's chief apothecaries to increase the undead wielder's regenerative capabilities. A necromantic gift.

 

Effects: undead wearers are boosted with necromantic regeneration to minor damage to their carcass, but not enough to repair major damage, such as severed limbs or highly burned body parts. 

 

Gramush: 

Spoiler

32px-Inv_bannerpvp_01.png?version=8dbf19Sigil of the Warsong: this trinket forged of Mithril by Warsong blacksmiths represents the respect of the Warsong Clan for its bearer. The trinket itself is enchanted by the shamans, carrying an aura of power with it, noticeable by anyone versed in the arts of magic. 

 

Effects: grants a boost of strength from the earth and speed from the wind to the bearer, honing the same with more proficiency in battle.

 

Taberus: 

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25px-Stub.png?version=197a3867e903572f80Chronicles of Nagrand: this ancient orcish scroll, written with the most ancient runic writing that the Orcs have ever developed, tells many tales of warriors and feats of strength that passed in the lands of Nagrand, on Draenor. The most special part is the feats of the Warlord with an iron will, Grommash Hellscream. The historical meaning of this document is very important, so it's been entrusted to someone who will preserve and value it appropriatedly.

 

Effects: no magical effect or buff, but it might be worth a good ammount of coins with organizations such as the Explorer's League. 

 

Ragetotem:

Spoiler

Inv_qirajidol_war.pngRunetotem Pendant: this pendant, clearly of tauren origin due to its construction, was probably taken from a dead foe by the foul cultists. To make it worse, whatever peaceful enchantments laid upon the magical gem that adorns the pendant was befouled by the cultists, substituting it for the vile boosts of Shadow Magic. Should the pendant get revitalized, its natural effects may yet shine again.

 

Effects: while it is a foul piece, the bearer is strengthened through Shadow Magic, gaining a boost to their strength and proficiency in battle. The shadowy pendant causes addiction and torment over time though, capable of leading the bearer to a state of madness. 

However, should the pendant receives cleansing, it may be enchanted by peaceful nature magic by a shaman or druid. 

 

 

If you joined and was not mentioned, please contact me. I couldn't remember exactly who's been by the first event due to it being interrupted.

 

Kind Regards,

Nathaniel.

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