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Oct 2015 Guild Leader Message

Posted by Blime on October 7, 2015 at 2:00 PM Comments comments (1)

This message is just an update of where the guild is and where we plan on going. My next one will be around Jan 2016.

 

Stats:

 

Active Accounts: 92 (was 84)

In Active Accounts: 38

Guild Account Size: 57 (was 59) (shrinkage)

Renown Total: 35,665,033 (was 32,151,651)

Guild Lvl: 90 (was 87)

 

 

Guild Bank:

 

 

 

Plat: 1,032,800 (We have no need for more Plat)

Shards: 393 (We have enough till LVL 120)

 

Wanting to buy for air ship:

 

Guild Storage IV – 55 Shards (Can't do till LVL 100)

Grand Reliquary Upgrade III – 325 Shards (can’t do till LVL 120)

 

 

Goals:

 

Our main goals for the next quarter is to grow the guild and to finaly master some of the newer raids.

 

 

Officers:

 

We have room for 1 new officers. If you are interested let me know. Remember one of our main goal is to expand the guild so we need people that are willing to recruit new members. You can also read in The code of The pact on the website the other duties expected of an officer.

 

 

Raids:

 

 

We will be having another week of raids this October. Check the calendar for the schedule. We will be attempting some raids that we still have not completed as a guild so come on out and lend a hand.

 

 

Suggestions:

 

 

I would suggest that all players try to maintain at least one character in the epic levels. Due to changes made awhile ago there is no real penalty for a Level 28 toon to group with a level 20 toon. So as long as you have an epic toon you can play most quests with other guildies.

 

I would also suggest that players let other players know what quest that they need to run to flag for a raid or complete a story arc etc. You can use guild chat to let others know. You may find other guildies that would happily assist you. I found this very useful when farming for some items. Just remember to keep the language clean on guild chat.

 

Events:

 

This quarter we plan on running a few events. In October there is the week of raids. November will see a trivia night. For December we are looking at running some quests together with twists involved to keep it interesting.

 

The trivia night will allow for many to get some great items from the bulging officer's chest. We will be asking for some information on the forums as we get nearer to the actual trivia night.

 

Summary:

 

Remember to have fun this quarter. Halloween and Christmas etc are in this quarter. If I do not get to say it to you personally have yourselves a very Merry Christmas or Holiday season!

July 2015 Guild Leaders Message

Posted by Blime on July 17, 2015 at 9:50 AM Comments comments (1)

This message is just an update of where the guild is and where we plan on going. My next one will be around Oct 2015.


Stats:


Active Accounts: 84 (was 91)

In Active Accounts: 31

Guild Account Size: 59 (was 59) (no growth)

Renown Total: 32,151,651 (was 28,651,995)

Guild Lvl: 87 (was 83)


 

Guild Bank:

 

 


Plat: 1,032,800 (We have no need for more Plat)

Shards: 393 (We have enough till LVL 120)

 

Wanting to buy for air ship:

 

Guild Storage IV – 55 Shards (Can't do till LVL 100)

Grand Reliquary Upgrade III – 325 Shards (can’t do till LVL 120)

 


Goals:

 

Our primary goal is that we have fun while playing. If there is any problems please let any officer or myself know. I would really like for our guild to grow its membership.

 


Officers:

 

We have room for 2 new officers. If you are interested let me know. Remember our main goal is to expand the guild so we need people that are willing to recruit new members. You can also read in The code of The pact on the website the other duties expected of an officer.

 


Raids:

 


We continue to raid. We had a successful Week Of Raids in June where we ran 2 raids every night for a week. The feedback was that it was enjoyed by all. We can look at doing this again in the future.


 

We managed to successfully run the Raid on Fire Peaks. Will continue to run this raid.


 

We revisited some old raids including HOX (Hounds of Xoriat) and VOD (Vision of Destruction). Was good to get these back into the rotation.


 

This quarter I would like to add MOD (Mark of Death) raid in epic orchard. Talk to an officer to see about getting flagged.


 

What's New:

 


One of our pass goals was to grow the guild. We have been working on this slowly and I think in the last quarter we have some solid new players that are adding to the guild in a very positive way. Though we have added some new players we also lost players that just stopped playing and other reasons (see Below)

 


The Warlock class has been used by many guild members and some good builds are emerging.

 


We have created a character build section on the website. If you have an interesting build or have questions post it in this section and members will add input.


 

Drama in the Guild:


As many may know we did have some drama this quarter in the guild. As the leader this is the worst part of the job. The officers and myself had a frank discussion on the issue and the end result is that Betsy and Tony are no longer in the guild.


If you are friends with them, then continue to group with them and have fun. That is the real reason we are here anyways.


I would like to remind everyone that we have the code of the pact in place for situations like this. I would ask that you spend a few minutes to review the code. I would also like to point out 2 parts. The very first line talks about being respectful in guild chat. Please remember that there are real live people on this chat with feelings and emotions etc. The second part is a reminder to our officers that they can not boot players unless the officers agree together on this course of action.


Wrap up:


There are still many raids that we as a group have not done. If you would like to do a certain raid let an officer know and we will try to get it organized. The most important thing is to have fun and don't forget to share the loot!

How to Solve the Circle puzzle in the Shroud

Posted by Augon on June 30, 2015 at 10:20 PM Comments comments (0)

You must read my earlier posts on solving the 4x4, 3x3, and 5x5 before reading this one! this one assumes you can do the other puzzles successfully.

 

In part three of the Shroud, you are placed in a room with a puzzle. Several folks who have run Shroud with me lately have expressed an interest in completing these puzzles. However, during the Raid we have a limited amount of time to complete puzzles before a prizmatic wall appears and kills us all, so that is not a good time to learn the puzzles.

 

With that in mind, I am posting a series of blogs that explain how to solve these puzzles without a puzzle solver. We have learned how to solve teh 4x4, the 3x3, and the 5x5. We are left with only one puzzle to learn - the circle.

 

Solving the Circle puzzle in the Shroud

 

ON first glance, the circle puzzle is daunting. It is so very different than the other puzzles!

 

       O    X

X                 O

O                 X

       O   O

 

Or is it? We have solved puzzles with 3 rows and 3 columns and 4 rows and 4 columns and even 5 rows and 5 columns. All you need to do is look at the circle puzzle as a puzzle with 4 rows and 2 columns. Its not a circle, its a 4x2

 

Thus imagine the puzzle above as this:

         O    X

         X    O

        O     X

        O    O

 

It becomes a lot easier when we think of it asa rectangle and work our way down just like the others:

 

First we look at the first row and click the squares in the second row that are diaginally under the unlit squares in the top row.

       O    X

X                    @

O                    X

       O    O

 

This leaves us with this:

 

         O    O

X                       X

O                      O

        O    O

 

Then we click the squares in the third row that are directly under unlit squares in the second row

 

        O    O

X                     X

@                    @

        O    O

 

And we get this

 

        O    O

O                    O

X                     X

        X     X

 

And we click the squares in teh fourth row that are diagonally below unlit squares in the third row.

 

        O     O

O                     O

X                     X

       @ @

 

And we are left with this

 

        O     O

O                     O

O                     O

        X      X

 

Just like the 3x3 and 5x5, we will sometimes be left with unlit squares on the bottom row. And we need to know what squares we click on the top to start over again and complete the puzzle.

 

With the circle, its easy. Click the top squares directly above any unlit bottom squares. In our example, that means we click both of them. If just the left square was unlit, we would just hit the top left square.

 

       @     @

O                         O

O                         O

        X      X

 

Which leaves this

 

       O      O

X                         X

O                        O

       X      X

 

And from here we solve on down

 

        O     O

X                        X

@                       @

        X      X


 

         O     O

O                         O

X                          X

        O      O


 

        O      O

O                        O

X                         X

        @     @


 

         O     O

O                      O

O                      O

         O     O

 

All solved

 

Now aren't you ready to run some shrouds and proudly say, as you are entering Part 3, "I can solve puzzles!"

How to solve The Shroud 5 x 5 Puzzle

Posted by Augon on June 20, 2015 at 4:50 PM Comments comments (1)

You must read my earlier posts, "How to solve The Shroud 4x4 puzzle" and "How to solve The Shroud 3x3 puzzle" before reading this one! this one assumes you can do a 4x4 AND 3x3 successfully.

 

 

In part three of the Shroud, you are placed in a room with a puzzle. Several folks who have run Shroud with me lately have expressed an interest in completing these puzzles. However, during the Raid we have a limited amount of time to complete puzzles before a prizmatic wall appears and kills us all, so that is not a good time to learn the puzzles.

 

 

With that in mind, I am posting a series of blogs that explain how to solve these puzzles without a puzzle solver. Earlier, I posted the easiest puzzle to solve, the 4 x 4. A few days later I posted a blog that explained how to solve the 3x3 puzzle. Today it is tiem to learn how to solve the great big 5x5. Like the 3x3, the 5x5 will often have unlit squares once you work your way down once. To solve the puzzle, you need to be familiar with how to handle this problem with 3x3 puzzles.

 

 

The 3x3 puzzle is also used in Caught in the Web Flagging quest, "Trial by Fury" - so if you learn these you are ready for that quest too!

 

 

 

Solving the 5X5 Shroud Puzzle

 

 

Again, I warn you: You MUST read my earlier post on how to solve the 4 x 4 and the 3 x 3 before reading this one. I also recommend going to http://terpstra.ca/vale.html and practice 4 x 4's and 3 x 3's a bit so this all makes sense.

 

 

 

The problem with the odd numbered puzzles are that when you reach the bottom, there are usually stil a couple of tiles left off. Allow me to show you what I mean.

 

Let us solve this puzzle together.

 

 

O X X X X

X X O X O

O O O X O

X O X X X

X O O O X

 

 

First we click all the squares below unlit squares in teh first row, just like the other two kinds of puzzles.

 

O X X X X

X @ @ @ @

O O O X O

X O X X X

X O O O X

 

And we have this.

 

O O O O O

O X X O O

O X X O X

X O X X X

X O O O X

 

Next, we do the same for row number 2

 

O O O O O

O X X O O

O @ @ O X

X O X X X

X O O O X

 

And we get this

 

O O O O O

O O O O O

X X X X X

X X O X X

X O O O X

 

And then row number 3

 

O O O O O

O O O O O

X X X X X

@ @ @ @ @

X O O O X

 

To get this

 

O O O O O

O O O O O

O O O O O

X O X O X

O X X X O

 

And the the fourth row

 

O O O O O

O O O O O

O O O O O

X O X O X

@ X @ X @

 

To get to this

 

O O O O O

O O O O O

O O O O O

O O O O O

X X O X X

 

A 5x5 works similar to a 3x3, this last row dictates what you do to the top so you can start down the square again. In fact, you use the exact same rules as the 3x3, using only the first three columns (colored blue). If you do not remember how to know what squares to click in the top row basedo on what are unlit in teh bottom, refer to my article, "How to solve the Shroud 3x3 puzzle?

 

O O O O O

O O O O O

O O O O O

O O O O O

X X O X X

 

 

So we are only looking at the X X O part of the bottom row. Since the first square is unlit, we will click the first and second square of the top row.

 

@ @ O O O

O O O O O

O O O O O

O O O O O

X X O X X

 

To get this

 

O O X O O

X X O O O

O O O O O

O O O O O

X X O X X

 

But its NOT ready to solve yet!!!

 

And since the second square is unlit on the bottom row, we click the first, second and third square on the top row (which means we would have clicked the first and second squares twice.)

 

@ @ @ O O

X X O O O

O O O O O

O O O O O

X X O X X

 

To give us this. It is worth noting that under no conditions do you ever click the fourth square on the top row during this part of solving the puzzle. EVEN if the third square is unlit on the bottom, row, you just consider the first three squares on the top row.

 

O X X X O

O O X O O

O O O O O

O O O O O

X X O X X

 

Now solve it as before

 

O X X X O

O @ @ @ O

O O O O O

O O O O O

X X O X X


 

 

O O O O O

X O O O X

O X X X O

O O O O O

X X O X X


 

O O O O O

X O O O X

@ X X X @

O O O O O

X X O X X


 

 

O O O O O

O O O O O

X O X O X

X O O O X

X X O X X


 

 

O O O O O

O O O O O

X O X O X

@ O @ O @

X X O X X


 

 

O O O O O

O O O O O

O O O O O

O O X O O

O X X X O


 

O O O O O

O O O O O

O O O O O

O O X O O

O X @ X O


 

O O O O O

O O O O O

O O O O O

O O O O O

O O O O O


 

And it is solved!

 

 

It is that easy! I suggest you go to http://terpstra.ca/vale.html and practice.

 

It is worth noting that under no conditions do you ever click the fourth square on the top row when you are setting up the second pass. EVEN if the third square is unlit on the bottom row, you just consider the first three squares on the top row. For example if your puzzle came out like this after teh first pass:

 

O O O O O

O O O O O

O O O O O

O O O O O

O X X O X

 

You would click the first, second, and third top row ssquares because the second bottom square is unlit...

 

@ @ @ O O

O O O O O

O O O O O

O O O O O

O X X O X

 

and you would then click the second and third top row squares becasue the bottom third square is unlit.

 

X @ @ O O

X O O O O

O O O O O

O O O O O

O X X O X

 

to give you this for solving

 

x x o o O

X o o O O

O O O O O

O O O O O

O X X O X

 

 

For this part, the fourth and fifth columns do not exist. Once you have clicked all required squares in the top row, you solve teh rest of the puzzle normally.


Good luck in the Shroud!


Victor

How to solve The Shroud 3x3 Puzzle

Posted by Augon on June 15, 2015 at 9:25 PM Comments comments (2)

You must read my earlier post, "How to solve The Shroud 4x4 puzzle" before reading this one! this one assumes you can do a 4x4 successfully.

In part three of the Shroud, you are placed in a room with a puzzle. Several folks who have run Shroud with me lately have expressed an interest in completing these puzzles. However, during the Raid we have a limited amount of time to complete puzzles before a prizmatic wall appears and kills us all, so that is not a good time to learn the puzzles.

 

With that in mind, I am posting a series of blogs that explain how to solve these puzzles without a puzzle solver. Earlier, I posted the easiest puzzle to solve, the 4 x 4. Most folks think the smaller 3 x 3 should be easier, but it is not. The reason is, if you follow the instructions in the 4 x 4 post, you will solve the puzzle every time by the time you get to the bottom. That is not the case with the 3 x 3 or 5 x 5. Often times, on these puzzles the bottom row will still have unlit squares. This blog post will explain how to solve the 3 x 3 which forms the basis for solving the 5 x 5 and the circle.

 

The 3x3 puzzle is also used in Caught in the Web Flagging quest, "Trial by Fury" - so if you learn these you are ready for that quest too!

 

 

Solving the 3X3 Shroud Puzzle

 

Again, I warn you: You MUST read my earlier post on how to solve teh 4 x 4 before reading this one. I also recommend going to http://terpstra.ca/vale.html and practice 4 x 4's a bit so this all makes sense.

 

 

The problem with the odd numbered puzzles are that when you reach the bottom, there are usually stil a couple of tiles left off. Allow me to show you what I mean.

Let us solve this puzzle together.

 

O X X

O O X

X O X

 

As you should remmember from the 4x4's, click the squares directly below the unlit squares of the first row.

 

O X X

O @ @

X O X

 

and you get this

 

O O O

X O X

X X O

 

Then do the same for the next row

 

O O O

X O X

@ X @

 

and you get this

 

O O O

O O O

O X X

 

Now what? Well, now you just start over again by clicking the correct squares on the top row so as to make the puzzle solvable in the next pass. The trick is knowing which squares to click in the top row.

 

Look at the squares that are unlit on the bottom row, taking each of them one at a time click the top row square directly above it and the top row squares on either side of that one.

 

Since the middle square is unlit, we need to first click the top middle square and the top left and top right, since they are right next to the top middle

 

@ @ @

O O O

O X X

 

Dont pay any attention to what that does to the puzzle, you still need to do the same thing for the bottom right square, click the top right square and the middle square again.

 

O @ @

X X X

O X X

 

And then you are left with this:

 

X X O

X O O

O X X

 

Solve it as above

 

X X O

@ @ O

O X X

 

give us this

 

O O O

X O X

X O X

 

then

 

O O O

X O X

@ O @

 

Gives us

 

O O O

O O O

O O O

 

All solved!

 

NOTE: It is critical for this to work consistently for you to look at each unlit bottom row square one at a time and click the top row squares according to the instructions above. go back to the practice site and give it a try. If it doesnt work, then re-read these instructions - if it still doesnt work, post a comment below and give me the puzzle layout that isnt working.

 

Practive your 3x3s before moving on to the next blog post about 5x5s (which I will post sometime later this week) - the lessons learned here will help you solve the 5x5s.

 

Thanks

 

Victor

 

 

 

How to solve The Shroud 4 x 4 Puzzle

Posted by Augon on June 15, 2015 at 3:55 PM Comments comments (0)

In part three of the Shroud, you are placed in a room with a puzzle. Several folks who have run Shroud with me lately have expressed an interest in learning how to complete these puzzles. However, during the Raid we have a limited amount of time to complete puzzles before a prizmatic wall appears and kills us all, so that is not a good time to learn the puzzles.

 

One way some folks solve the puzzles is to pull up a Solver program on their smart phone or computer. They then punch in which tiles are lit and the solver tells them what tiles they need to click to solve it. If you want a solver, I think there is one on the Links section of the website or ask in Guild chat - I have never used one. One problem with a solver is if you click a wrong tile by accident you can easily lose your place and have to start over again. Besides, I can usually solve the puzzle in the time it would take me to enter it into the solver.

 

With that in mind, I am going to post a short series of blogs that explain how to easily solve all the puzzles in the Shroud without needing to use a solver program. We will start with the easiest of all, the 4x4.

 

Solving the 4X4 Shroud Puzzle

 

the basic process involves click the squares directly below any unlit squares in the puzzle, one row at a time. For example below is a sample 4x4, the O represent lit squares and the X represent unlit squares.

 

X O X O

O X X O

O O X O

O O X O

 

In the first row, squares 1 and 3 are unlit. So on the second row, click squares 1 and 3 (the squares directly below the unlit squares). @ will represent the squares to click.

 

X O X O

@ X @ O

O O X O

O O X O

 

And now the puzzle looks like this - the top row is all lit up now!

 

O O O O

X X O X

X O O O

O O X O

 

Now we focus on the second row. In the second row, squares 1, 2, and 4 are unlit so we need to click the squares below them.

 

O O O O

X X O X

@ @ O @

O O X O

 

and that leaves us with this - Two rows are done!

 

O O O O

O O O O

X O O X

X X X X

 

Now lets look at row three. Squares 1 and 4 are unlit, so we just have to click on square 1 and 4 on row four.

 

O O O O

O O O O

X O O X

@ X X @

 

And we are left with this

 

O O O O

O O O O

O O O O

O O O O

 

The puzzle is solved.

 

4x4 puzzles will always be solved this simply. They are very easy to consistently solve using this method. If you want to practice solving these puzzles, visit http://terpstra.ca/vale.html - you can select 4 x 4 from the drop down and practice a few puzzles on your own.

 

In a future blog, I will post how this technique needs to be modified to solve the 3x3s and later the 5x5s and even the circle.

 

Thanks

 

Have a great day!

 

Victor

Rojar

Posted by Tamrus on June 8, 2015 at 11:40 PM Comments comments (0)

Rojar Markrog is actually only a quarter orc. He is son of Gojar Markrog, the only ever half-orc chief of the Krog clan. Gojar was born of a brutal relationship between a captive human female and Chief Gukdar. This woman was no damsel in deistress. She killed every orc warrior that tried to take her virtue. It was not until Gojar's father promised her freedom in exchange for her hand that she submited. When she became pregnant however she feared the clans reprisal and kept the child a secret in the chiefs hut. Gojar's mother was killed for hiding him and Gojar himself raised as a warrior in the clan. After Gojar became Chief he took a human mate. The Krog clan feared a thinning of the bloodline and exiled Gojar and his new bride.

Living in a small cottage outside of Stormreach, Rojar was raised by his mother. He resented his father and hates other orcs. He hunts them down and massacres them wherever he finds them. He is constantly hunting for his father to take revenge on him for what he considers his cursed blood. No Orc has survived meeting him until one day, hunting the Gruul tribe outside of Stormreach, he meets Gurrtrude, an unexpected ally...and maybe more.

April 2015 Guild Leader Message

Posted by Blime on April 12, 2015 at 1:10 PM Comments comments (2)

2015 has been good so far. This message is just an update of where the guild is and where we plan on going. My next one will be around July 2015.


Stats:

Active Accounts: 91 (was 83)

In Active Accounts: 35

Guild Account Size: 59 (was 55)

Renown Total: 28,651,995 (was 24,888,953)

Guild Lvl: 83 (was 80)

 

Guild Bank:

 

Plat: 1,031,800 (We have no need for more Plat)

Shards: 198 (We need 100's of shards for the future)

 

Wanting to buy at our level:

 

Grand Reliquary Upgrade – 275 Shards (can’t do till LVL 85)

 

Goals:

 

Our primary goal is that we have fun while playing. If there is any problems please let any officer or myself know.

 

Raids:

 

We managed to get some FOT raids in the first quarter. Would like to see more of them and I challenge our officers to start scheduling FOT raids. Why Fall of Truth? Most players have CITW (Caught in the Web) weapons and many players have flawless dragon armour. These can all be updated using Commendations of Heroism. These commendations are only found in FOT and CITW. FOT has a guaranteed drop and is an easier raid.

 

ThunderHolme Raids. I would like to see us start running the Thunderholme raids. Espicially the Fire peaks one as it is easier and a good way to get our feet wet. We will start flagging anyone that wants to be flagged in the next month.

 

I also promise to run some of the older raids especially Chronoscope and Shroud. If anyone feels they could lead a VON raid please send a message to Blime.

 

What's New:

 

One of our pass goals was to grow the guild. We have been working on this slowly and I think in the last quarter we have some solid new players that are adding to the guild in a very positive way.

 

This quarter we also saw the promotion of Tom and Will to officers. I am looking forward to working with them and hope to have input on improving the guild.

 

Future Goals:

 

We have been building a large cache of named items in the officers chest. Our plan is to have some events with many prizes. If you have an idea of an event that the guild can put on let Blime know. In the past we have had a fashion show, writing contests, trivia night, Find the Blime, and other events.

 

Thanks for reading and I will see you all in the game.

 

Blime, Lakeside, Toasthead, Northernboy, DarkGeddy, and Youburn

AKA Lino

 

Legend of the Wolf; the Begining

Posted by ironwulfe on April 9, 2015 at 8:55 PM Comments comments (1)

I was human once, a rogue just enjoying life and adventure. And loot, lets not ever forget the loot, ever. Loot and fresh deer, the two most delightful tastes in the world, so to speak.

And this brings me to the reason for telling this story. I was hungry for my second favorite thing, this being the fresh deer of course. River and I went hunting. River is my cat, I found her while hunting a couple of years earlier. Normally I would leave a baby animal where I found it knowing the mother would be back to care for it. But this time I knew the mother would not return for I had found her dieing from a trappers poisoned jaw trap. (That kind of trapper needs to die the way they kill animals in my opinion.) River is not my pet, she is my friend and the local children all love her as much as their fathers fear her!

The foothills of the Stormhorns is teaming with fresh game. I like to hunt with naked gear, what I mean is gear without the taint of magic. Now don't get me wrong, magic is a fine and wonderful thing for helping against ogres and dragons and such. When it comes to the hunt, however, I like my prey to have at least a slight chance against my tracking skills and bow.

This day, nearly a century ago, on the first day of Festivult, I wanted away from the crowds in Stormreach. And I was so ready for some good meat not raised in a sty. i had set up my camp before nightfall the evening before and fell asleep with just a fur between me and the cold hard ground and a large panther curled against my leg.

I woke late, the sun was already shining. Though that which woke me wasn't the sun on my face. I had “heard” , I have no better word for it, the hunting howl of a wolf. 'Twas unlike any wolf I had ever heard in this forest. And I heard it deep within my chest. I lay there for a few minutes thinking I had woken from a nightmare I could not remember.

I heard the howl once more. Loud, it hurt my ears. The reverberations made my chest ache. I was fully awake and alert now. No longer was this a mere hunting trip to get away from the stinking city. Now I was on an Adventure! I quickly ate some pemmican as I made sure last nights fire was completely out, no forest fires on my account. Then gathered what little gear I had brought and set out in search of the wolf. I had no doubt this would be a challenge I had never seen the likes of.

A fortnight I followed that howl, it led me deeper into the forest than I thought was possible. It was much later I realized the forest did not extend nearly that far but I was young and excited and Adventuring! Every night I went to bed with a faint howl in my ears, every morning I was awakened by a howl that sent fear and excitement burning through my bones. I would go through my morning rituals and head out after the wolf I knew would be worth finding. River would look at me as if to say”You're an idiot human.” And truthfully I couldn't even understand why I was hunting a wolf of any kind let alone one that promised to be my death.

Why Talaun the Rogue so Happy???

Posted by Augon on March 27, 2015 at 5:35 PM Comments comments (0)

In the Photo section of teh website in the Album titled, "Temple of Elemental Evil" you can see that Talaun the Rogue is jumping for joy on the Wulfepacks Lammania Ship (which, incidentally is named "Summers Den").


Look very closely at teh screenshot. Why is he so happy? And why is he so eager to tell all the other rogues and Aritificers the good news?


Leave your guess in the comments of this blog.


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