Kor’Kron Trials

“The lower courts are hosting military tribunals to address the guilty Kor’Kron War Criminals. These trials are largely a show….and are by some being used as a political soapbox to stab at Horde and Alliance tensions. After the trial, there were a few near brawls between the Nexus and a variety of attending Alliance groups. -U”


The turn out was grand, a mix of supporters and foes alike. Skullcrusha was not tried at the Tribunal, deemed more fit for a higher court and authorities.

A few come forward to speak on behalf of the guilty, trying to plea down the sentencing and harsh judgments they might face.
The guilty stood before the Judges and audience with Alliance and Horde guards posed to deal with any problems.

The Rebels March (Rp-pvp)

“The past evening at Razorhill was a flurry of activity. The Rebel’s are ready to strike, and the Alliance forces are securely entrenched in Durator. Every time I go to ride patrol out in the desert sands, it is equally easy to stumble upon Alliance as it is Kor’Kron. Wisely, the Rebels and Alliance have cut a variety of deals in public and private arenas to keep the conflict oriented toward Garrosh.

For all our best efforts, old bad blood is hard to ignore. The meeting between Alliance and Horde was a bloody one, that ended on uneasy terms. If it is to be believed, the source of the conflict came from a Kor’Kron loyalist who aimed to sabotage the talks by attacking the Alliance leadership.

It is only too easy for both sides to melt down into hostility. How long until after Garrosh falls are the Forsaken the next target? -U”


Even the Goblin’s are out putting their necks on the line. It seems they have had enough, and don’t regard Garrosh’s abuse worth the gold.


The ride out to the meeting point between groups was fairly uneventful though tense.


It didn’t take long for the dialog to break down as an Orc broke from the gathering and rushed head long into the Alliance, triggering a brawl.


The Alliance soon learned that the Rebel’s have not lost their teeth, and our anger and frustration is a terrible force to deal with. The brawling ended with a solid victory for the Rebels.


Bloodied, but not yet down for the count the Alliance called out for cooler words and minds. A brief meeting was held on the field and then moved elsewhere to avoid more…zealous brawlers.


Matters were cleared in the ruins of the old Keep, though there is no telling for how long this ‘peace’ will last.

The Purge Of Kor’Kron From The Undercity

(At the most recent meeting of Horde guilds we proposed a night dedicated to the forsaken purging the KorKron from the Undercity. The Night was to be an open rp event in which multiple guilds and random players could join in on. Here is the screenshots from our particular story, which has not yet been coordinated with others who came out.)

“The Kor’Kron have long held an oppressive sway in the Undercity. Since Putress’ betrayal there have been Kor’Kron stationed all through the Undercity – an increasingly abrasive and abusive presence. ¬†Word of trouble in the Vale combined with the growing Rebellion sparked a planned coup among the Forsaken. Long through the afternoon, evening, and into the morning the sounds of bloody combat could be heard through the Undercity. The Overseers were loath to easily step aside, knowing that if they retreated Garrosh would show them no mercy….and we have far worse in store for them.

A bounty was placed, 25 gold per head.

Among our ranks, a number of persons were seriously injured and will require downtime. The rest of us, will enjoy a short celebration before riding on to deal with Garrosh’s madness. -U”

Rally in the ruins, we gathered to discuss which path we would take. While discussing our plans, a few outsiders joined us. Most notable of the outsiders was a Goblin…who we tried to bribe into acting as ‘bait’ for the Kor’Kron in an “interesting” manner involving a lack of clothing.

Few of us remain who can recall a time before the Kor’Kron. The older veterans welcome the chance to see Abominations standing guard once more.

James and Plaguebreath issued marching orders…

Into the thick of it we march, killing as we go. We were among the first to begin the fight. All through the night, we could hear fights elsewhere, and see evidence of the brawls made obvious by the blood and gore left behind. In the city proper we split into two strike teams, and kept tabs on one another through our comms.

Marching toward our final brawl for the night, the liberation of the Labs and the head Overseer within. Each of our groups cleared a quarter in the Undercity, and left the other areas to other teams beyond our command.

Our two groups met and combined forced in the labs. The fight in the labs was intense – as the Overseer had called in his guards to act as reinforcements for his final stand. Farnell’s laughter at the Orc’s plight was….delightful if not haunting.

The final brawl was ugly, as a number of us were already wounded and the Overseer was backed against the wall with nothing to lose. Ansadril landed the killing blow – and with the final strike we were able to rest and seek repairs for our injuries. All through the rest of the night we would listen to the sounds of fighting, Orc’s dying, and at last our own liberty.

The Rebel’s Rally

“The Rebels have rallied once more. Information was traded, services assigned, supply lines questioned. This is a chaotic dance we do, and yet we still kept calm order during the meeting. Those present were respectful, attentive, and patient while awaiting their chance to speak. -U”

The initial meeting was soon too large for it’s space and we needed to change location.


The new venue worked better: larger, and better enabled speakers.

Various leaders brought forward concerns.


Some leaders spoke of care for our wounded, and hope for a better outcome. Keyvara is asking for others to rally to her to aide in dealing with the injured.


Other leaders spoke of the brutal nature of the task at hand…


True to form, we wait for our time. There is a grudge to be settled with the Kor’Kron in the Undercity.

Loyalist Spies And Dog Troubles

“It seems that there is discontent within the Kor’Kron as a number of them have also started to rebel. Alas, their meeting was hijacked by a spy who was caught. There was a lot of discontent with the troll involvement in the rebellion. Once the rebel meeting melted down into paranoia, I departed and left to meet with associates across the factional divide to discuss what to do with the dog we had acquired…and to access the first installment of his ransom. -B”

The Kor’Kron rebels confront the Loyalist spy.

At some point we really should have a meeting somewhere that does not involve sewer water.


Under Handed Dealings

“The Kor’Kron have long over stayed their welcome in our lands. Eager to see Garrosh removed we have been entertaining talks and engagements against the Kor’Kron. Recently the Troll leadership has been courting Alliance favor in this matter. Many members of the Horde who hate Garrosh are loath to accept Alliance aide, fearing a betrayal. Everywhere the oppressed are forced to choose between accepting Alliance aide, or living under Garrosh.

At the meeting the Alliance were quick and eager to derail talks. The meeting intended to discuss Garrosh’s demise with Alliance aide quickly melted down into hostilities against the Forsaken. I can’t say that the Forsaken have not earned our reputation, that being said the Alliance well…the words exchanged were not pretty. Keeping the bigger picture in mind, I formally withdrew the Forsaken from the public eye, and that we will aide from Shadow to…..keep the Alliance focused on their task.

The truth be said, I feel that the Alliance fear the threat we pose to any betrayal they plan. That being said, I left with new sympathetic contacts in the Alliance, and new throats I want to cut. -B”

Upon arriving in Ratchet, I stumble upon the gathering Alliance forces. This is not an overly comforting sight. Many we known to have engaged in very hard anti Forsaken and Horde matters.

Once more Volk rallies the oppressed.

There are many in the crowd who refuse to be allies with the Alliance. Too many of us know of the sting of Alliance betrayal.

Leaders from both sides gather. The Trolls shall not stand alone.

In the end, we thought it wiser to keep the Forsaken presence limited. The Alliance refused to not engage in ‘friendly fire’ upon undead. All the same, many Alliance present did not agree with the manner in which we were treated. Afterward, I attended more than one meeting where truces were offered if only for mutual benefit. We shall see if these truces hold true…