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Legion Bombardment Spills on to Lakeshire

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Late into the afternoon and early in the evening, a massive fireball of Fel crashed into the skies above the human kingdoms. It split apart into many pieces, almost all of which were witnessed falling toward the Burning Steppes. But one piece splintered toward Lakeshire, crashing into one of its docks and causing mayhem and destruction. An infernal revealed itself from the site of impact, but several brave first-responders fought and stalled it before it could get close to the city. Despite their best efforts, the infernal appeared to self-destruct, showering fel rock and fel fire over the town and lake. Though some of the damage was minimized, it still came at the cost of life and property, and the purity of the lake.

 

In the aftermath, only seven were confirmed dead, including two fishermen on the docks at the time of the infernal's impact. But many suffered injuries from the battle, and others still have gotten sick from drinking water from the lake, and there are concerns over the safety of consuming animals and plants that rely on the lake. The Mage of the Steppes arrived some hours after the events unfolded to repair the dock and clear up the entrance to the town hall. The town's faculties returned to a semi-functional state, but further repairs will be necessary to fix all the damages. The Mage informed others that the Steppes suffered several attacks of similar nature, and he had to return, unable to stay and help with the repairs any further.

 

Lakeshire was unable to identify all the first responders. But it accredits those who could be identified: Commander Alderic Bradley, Senior Mage Eleanore de Montarville, and High Mage Tayu Lamiaceae. The others were an unidentified human marksman, and three unidentified high elven women. Lakeshire thanks these men and women, both named and unnamed, for their heroic deeds both during and after the battle in helping Lakeshire avoid a much worse fate. The Magistrate has stated that he will offer more public thanks when the settlement is in a better position to take administrative action, and will focus on recovery for the time being.

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MFW I'm mentioned but Terin spells my name wrong. Lol Lamiaceae. Yeah it's a fun one.

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The warlocks of the Black Harvest were the first to respond, it seems. Asking for nothing in return, Dreadspeaker Cerrin Eld'ravihn has donated ten of her finest invokers and has constructed specially-tailored pylons to drain the polluted magic from the lake over the course of three weeks - starting primarily with Lakeshire's personal quarter. During this time they are camped with their Dreadspeaker just outside of Lakeshire. Questions, worries and otherwise complaints from the public ought be brought to the Grand Warlock and not directed at her underlings.

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The warlocks of the Black Harvest were the first to respond, it seems. Asking for nothing in return, Dreadspeaker Cerrin Eld'ravihn has donated ten of her finest invokers and has constructed specially-tailored pylons to drain the polluted magic from the lake over the course of three weeks - starting primarily with Lakeshire's personal quarter. During this time they are camped with their Dreadspeaker just outside of Lakeshire. Questions, worries and otherwise complaints from the public ought be brought to the Grand Warlock and not directed at her underlings.
I mean, Tayu took 80% of the infernal fel stone bits out of the water before the Black Harvest even knew about the attack but hey, it's fine. >.> lol

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