“The Dragon Isles have shipped the Horde so far from the base of established supply chains, that there is a felt strain among the living deployed here. Our militia was uprooted from Silverpine and moved out alongside allies to act as aides and supporting stewards to the efforts of the living. As such, I continue to volunteer our men for efforts to restock and supply troops with fresh food from places otherwise unwelcoming. Ice fishing in particular proved successful this month, as the fish below the ice are a favorite among the orcs and trolls, yet the weather is so hostile.
Left unmentioned to those attending, we are gathering key reagents from under the ice to support research by the Apothecary into the Dragon Isles.”
“A Forsaken priest is a curious beast, their path an unusual course. Their shadowy rites cannot come from the Light, so they seek a more sinister source.” – A rhyming poem recited by Dark Cleric Duesten to the beloved RP community,
I invite you to join members of the Cult of the Forgotten Shadow on the evening of February the 5th, a Sunday, at 8 pm ST for a night of prayer and reflection.
As many of you know, the cult preaches balance. It mandates that shadow priests must never forget the dangers of falling too deep into the dark energies they manipulate, for it is often too hard to find one’s way back to the Shadow from the deep reaches of the darkness. We believe in the teachings of the three virtues: respect, tenacity, and power, and wish to share them with you in the form of sermons.
As our leader, Natalie Selene, once said….
“The Void is filled with many whispers. The kind that should have us all worried. We cannot afford to be separated by our beliefs. We must come together as priests of both Light and Shadow to face whatever challenge may be ahead.”
Shadow Sermons: OOC Info
-Date(s): The first Sunday of each month at 8 pm ST -First meeting: February 5th, 2023 -Where: The Ruins of Lordaeron (Must be level 60 with the 9.2.5 Lordaeron questline completed from Shadowlands) -Who: Everyone is welcome. -Contacts: Eveline Harrington, Estella Blair, and Sanari Shadowtear
“A diplomatic invitation and arrangement was made between those representing the government and Kingdom of Gilneas and that of Lordaeron. A number of Deathstalkers were assigned escort duty and shadowed the traveling remaining nobilities of Lordaeron. For the first time in many years, the two courts mingled, much to the horror of the Alliance of Stormwind.”
“As foreseen, the Horde on the move needs a healthy supply chain to sustain its troops. So far from our main bases of operation, and civilian support, the Horde deployed to the Dragon Isles have had to lean into a great measure of self-sufficiency. Food being central to the morale of the living combined with cranky orcs and hungry trolls are problematic, we have elected to help ensure the stability of the food chain for our allies. As such, fishing is on the docket once a month.”
“While the main forces of the Scourge were laying siege to Hearthglen, a team of us were deployed behind the assault to strike at the slaughterhouses while they were the least defended. We were able to do several hard strikes, crippling production and repair abilities for the worst of the Scourge’s horrors. Within the walls were resources, and research to pillage and reclaim for the Forsaken and for the Horde.”
“As the Scourge press the attack, clawing at the rallied troops and land to gain a handhold within the territory the morale remains high. Daily missing briefings and intelligence has gone over well with various battles ending in success. All the same, the medical bays are overwhelmed with the injured and ill post battle.”
“With the Scourge pressing the advantage within the borders of Lordaeron once more, we face the need to educate troops on effective fighting tactics against some of the Scourge’s heaviest-hitting horrors. Among the first of a series of lectures, is that dedicated to abominations. In this workshop we reviewed tactics to combat abominations, and things to avoid least history from repeating itself. As far too many soldiers are eager to engage in melee combat with abominations.”