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Old 08-22-2013, 04:01 AM
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Chapter 1

Liadrin, her apprentice Galell and Dar'khan wake up, hanging upside down, in a troll sacrificial chamber. They had been on their way to fix a malfunctioning Runestone, with a mall escort of archers. She could have asked for a larger escort, but she didn't do so because the trolls hadn't attacked in a while.

They start arguing about how useful the others were during the attack, with Dar'khan calling priests unsuited for combat and Liadrin telling him that he'll be grateful for their powers when he's dying on the battlefield. She also tells both of her companions to remain quiet so they won't attract the trolls' attention because they'll put them to sleep again.

Whatever put them to sleep also seems to have made them unable to concentrate, so they can't cast spells. (Liadrin seems to be very faithful, talking about the Light's splendor and things like that.)

Two trolls enter with Lor'themar in tow and hang him in the middle of the chamber. Liadrin muses about having more reasons to hate trolls than other elves because they killed her parents. A witchdoctor enters and prepares the fumes that'll put them to sleep. He magically creates fire by saying Dazdooga, which might mean fire. The three trolls exit, not wanting to fall asleep too.

Lor'themar introduces himself and tells them that, if he manages to free himself, he won't leave anyone behind. The others agree, but Dar'khan seems somewhat less enthusiastic. They fall asleep and Liadrin has hallucinations in which Dar'khan turns up as an undead elf, Lor'themar is burned alive and Galell dies. The whole time, tiki masks tell her that they've been found guilty.

Liadrin wakes up and sees three trolls, who were the ones chanting about the elves being guilty. One of them, she presumes, is Zul'jin. He tells them that the trolls are like a nightmare that won't go away, and that, since they won't go away, they'll fight to the last toll. He wants to find out how to damage the Runestones, so he can get rid of the Sunwell and weaken the elves. He was, therefore, not responsible for the Runestone not working, like she had feared. To do so, he plans to kill Lor'themar, knowing that he won't say anything, so the others start talking.

Galell frees himself and kills one of Zul'jin's friends with a spear, but not before Lor has gone through Zul'jin's ministrations... Liadrin manges to save Galell from Zul'jin by making the troll feel all the pain she had felt in the last hours. She tries to heal Lor, but her connection to the Light seems to be fading, and the more desperate she tries to use the Light the more it fades.

Zul'jin fakes still being under her spell's effects and manages to grab Dalell. Liadrin feels a pull, which I thought meant that Dar'khan was using them to cast magic, but he just managed to concentrate, and the pull was him teleporting them. Zul'jin is obviously not amused, but what can he do?

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Old 08-22-2013, 04:13 AM
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Nice. Thank your for posting detailed spoilers.
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Old 08-22-2013, 04:49 AM
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Nice. Thank your for posting detailed spoilers.
Had to turn on my PC because writing that, on the iPad, felt as if it had taken more time than reading the first chapter.

I'll start reading chapter 2 now.

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Chapter 2 - Part 1.
Liadrin are at the Suntower, a location to the north of Silvermoon but south of Quel'Danas. (Probably in the 1-5 zone.) The reader gets told about the importance of the Sunwell, the fact that the high elves' ancesotrs had to leave Ashenvale because of their predisposition towards the arcane and that Liadrin can feel and see the Sunwell's light even at this distance.

Liadrin starts remembering the ceremony where Sylvanas elevated Lor'Themar to Alar'annalas, which means Ranger Lord, and gave him the ceremonial Fora'nal cloth, which seems to be worn as a cape. Sylvanas ends he speech with "belono sil'aru, belore'dorei", which means "shoulder your burdens well, child of the sun"".

Ladrin's mentor and the one who raised her, Highpriest Vandellor, wouldn't mind her hooking up with Lor'themar and his friend, Grandmaster Belo'vir tells him to stop trying to get her to date just because he never had any interest in doing so himself. Liadrin thinks that they act like an old married couple, that never fails to make her laugh.

Anasterian appears to congratulate the new Ranger Lord, and he seems content, despite his waning health. Anyways, he disappears as soon as he finished congratulatign Lor, together with his advisors. They seem to have brought bad news because he seems preocupied, now.

This isn't the first time she was able to see how Lor'themar rose amongst the ranks. She and the other members were there, when Lor'themar was amde Ranger Captain. This ceremony is special, though, just like Lor'themar.

During the Second War, a conflict they didn't want to get involved in, he fought valiantly against the Horde, which Zul'jin had joined. The Horde somehow managed to control red dragons and the diabolical orc necromancers managed to make the Runestones harmless and to harness their energies. Despite all this, the Horde was still unable to break the magical shield, maintained with the Sunwell's power, that surrounded Silvermoon.

I have to go now, so the second part of chapter 2 will come later.

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Old 08-22-2013, 05:08 AM
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I feel kind of bad spoiling this, but eh, I also felt kind of bad waiting nigh on a decade for it.

Liadrin's visions are interesting. Assuming Galell dies, two of the three have come true...

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Old 08-22-2013, 05:12 AM
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By the Suwell!

My most favorite race gets lore, spanning the time before the Wars! Very appreciated for the summaries, Nazja. BTW, it's from that german version, right?

What if Lor'themar will die... and Liadrin for the Regent-Lady?
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Old 08-22-2013, 05:15 AM
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Is Lor'themar's "burning" literal or figurative? How was it said?
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Old 08-22-2013, 05:24 AM
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I'm not gone yet, so a bit more of chapter two.

When the Horde left Quel'thalas, to strike against Lordaeron, Sylvanas remained in Quel'thalas while Alleria and Lor'themar pursued the orcs, with the Alliance.

The trolls, and some orcs who had been cut of from the main group by the fire, remained, and Anasterian, seeing a chance to rid himself of the trolls forever, sent mages and priests to help the Farstriders get rid of them. Liadrin was in Halduron's group and they came across Zul'jin, whose small band of fighters had been unable to reach the shore, and safety, due to the fire. The elves moved his companions down, captured him and beat him the whole day because he'd been responsible for the death's of many relatives of theirs. When the night set, one of the elves stabbed him in the eye, and Liadrin went to talk with Halduron so he'd stop the needless torture. If Zul'jin has to die, he should just kill him.

Halduron tells her that the decision is not in his hands, and while she's thinking about the fact that he seems to have other reasons besides this one, he gets hit by a troll spear. A small group of Amani reinforcements managed to cross the lake. The elves dispatch the trolls, but when they return to the ruins where Zul'jin had been held captive, the spear, that had hit Halduron, had disappeared as had most of Zul'jin's body. Only his arm and the chains remained. This act made him even more legendary, amongst the trolls, and in the years to come, all trolls, especially the Amani, would cry "for Zul'jin". He disappeared soon afterwards, though, and hasn't been seen in the last 10 years.

@Ujimasa: Literally, but only in her hallucinations. It didn't really happen, but like with Dar'khan, who knows if it might not happen in the future.

@Mordecay: Yep. German version.

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Old 08-22-2013, 05:33 AM
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all trolls, especially the Amani, would cry "for Zul'jin".
That's why the Darkspears were shouting it during the Third War!
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Old 08-22-2013, 05:40 AM
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so could it be the spell on zuljin stopped his regen?
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Old 08-22-2013, 05:41 AM
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so could it be the spell on zuljin stopped his regen?
I thought it was the loa's curse that prevented it?
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Old 08-22-2013, 05:58 AM
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Huh, Halduron presiding over Zul'jin's torture is a nice touch.
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Old 08-22-2013, 06:05 AM
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Still not gone.
Chapter 2 is much longer than chapter 1, so expect many small updates instead of just one big one.

Liadrin stops reminiscing about the past and starts thinking about the present. How Galall has turned into a fine priest, who is infatuated with ehr although she only sees him as a younger brother. She also thinks about the human plague ,and how it was a good decision to distance themselves from the humans since the elves are living a tranquil and prosperous life, unlike the humans.

Lor'themar and Dar'khan arrive and they start talking about Silvermoon's defenses and that the Horde's attack (and Zul'jin's plan to destroy the Runtestones) showed them that they can't be complacent. Lor'themar has shown Dar'khan all the defenses, so he could find weaknesses they have to cover.

Dalell mentions that Dar'khan will use his meeting with the council, in which he plans to tell them about the weaknesses, to rise to the position of Grandmaster of the Magisters, and Dar'khan has trouble controlling himself. According the Liadrin, Dar'khan has become a really jealous person, after all his friends rose in rank while he stayed a simple Magister. Liadrin became a Highpriestess, Galell a priest, Lor'themar a Ranger Lord and Dar'khan got passed over, due to his egoistic and aggressive nature.

The meeting ends with Liadrin praising the Light, the Sunweel, Lor'themar and unity. If they hadn't cooperated when they were held captive by the trolls, they would all have died. They all say "everyone or nobody" but Dar'khan doesn't seem to have been touched by the words. His expression doesn't change, at all. He also seems to be happy for private reasons, more than anything.

Some time, possibly weeks or months later, Liadrin is standing on the causeway of Silvermoon looking down upon the host of corpses making their way towards Silvermoon. She sees the Nerubians and wonders if some Aqir might have survived, in remote parts of Azeroth. The Scourge became too much for the humans to handle, and if rumors are to be believed, Menethil was killed by his own son! (As if we didn't know that. )

Of course, the elves are safe in Silvermoon. Not even the red dragons were able to breach it's shield, so the Scourge will obviously also not be able to do so. Despite this, Galell gathered the children for a possible evacuation of Silvermoon, as a safety measure. (Yep, he's going to die. In the hallucination he talked about the children and women...)

A horse rider, with white hair, tells them to open the doors of Silvermoon. He'll reward them with eternal servitude, if they do so, or kill all their loved ones, if they don't. With Anasterian and the Sunwell at their side, the elves can't lose, so they don't. (Yep, that was Arthas.)


@Neo: They don't mention his regeneration. He just disappeared and was never seen again.
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Old 08-22-2013, 06:08 AM
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I thought it was the loa's curse that prevented it?
I thought it was that he cauterized the wound, killing the regenerative cells.

His regeneration was a bodily response to the loss of his arm. When he cauterized it his body went "oh shit, gotta fix this burn now" and lost track of the real issue.
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Old 08-22-2013, 06:10 AM
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This is awesome.
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So, I guess, "Alar" means "Lord" and "analars" - "rangers".

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Ladrin's mentor and the one who raised her, Highpriest Vandellor, wouldn't mind her hooking up with Lor'themar and his friend, Grandmaster Belo'vir tells him to stop trying to get her to date just because he never had any interest in doing so himself. Liadrin thinks that they act like an old married couple, that never fails to make her laugh.
...Ladies and gentlemen, I present you: Liadrin.
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Old 08-22-2013, 06:22 AM
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So, I guess, "Alar" means "Lord" and "analars" - "rangers".


...Ladies and gentlemen, I present you: Liadrin.
It's actually alar'annalas. For some reason I wrote it wrong, despite checking to make sure that I remembered it right.
I also seem to have written Liadrin wrong, at least once...

Also forgot to add that Arthas seems to be waiting for a sign, before starting his attack.

I won't be gone for a while, after all, so I'll continue reading.
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Old 08-22-2013, 06:26 AM
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Lor'themar and Dar'khan arrive and they start talking about Silvermoon's defenses and that the Horde's attack (and Zul'jin's plan to destroy the Runtestones) showed them that they can't be complacent. Lor'themar has shown Dar'khan all the defenses, so he could find weaknesses they have to cover.
This will end well...

I like how Dar'Khan coveted the rank Rommath would eventually get.
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Old 08-22-2013, 06:55 AM
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This is just so fucking amazing, nazja! Thanks a bunch por this!
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Lor'themar and his rangers were patrolling around Zul'aman, when small vibrations warned him that an army was marching against Silvermoon. They moved north, but when they arrived at An'telas something was wrong. An'telas was visible, which meant that the magic keeping it concealed had failed. He told his lieutenant Ry'el to tell the men to scout the perimeter and look for the guards. There's no sign of either the guards of the attackers or the guards, but the ground seems to be singed, devoid of life. The mooncrystal, the emerald Eye of Jennala. He wonders what the invaders could want with the crystals. Although they help bing the magic into the shield that keeps Silvermoon safe and prevent anyone, but the elves, from casting spells, taking the crystals isn't enough to make Ban'dinoriel - gatekeeper/gatewatcher - fail. The magi can keep the shield working, but the crystals are simply more convenient. The only way to make the shield fail would be to make it overload, but you'd need a really great source of arcane energy.

(The other crystals are the amethyst Stone of Hannalee and sapphire Body of Enulaia at An'owyn and An'daroth.)

The rangers march to An'daroth because moving south, to An'owyn, is something they can't afford, with the enemies in the north.

Back to Liadrin.

The stench of the undead is becoming unbearable and the fact that they chew on their own severed limbs is making Liadrin feel sick. The ground the army marched through has turned purple, and nothing in it's path is immune, not even the stones. Meanwhile, the scourge is using the extra time it has to move the catapults into position.

Arthas tells the elves to submit, telling them that he suffered far worse nightmares than them and that he's a messenger of the apocalypse. Belo'vir tells him that countless armies have stood in the same place, before Silvermoon, and failed to take it. Arthas uses this opportunity to present Sylvanas, the Banshee Queen. She tells her people to submit, and that Arthas will be merciful if they do so. (She seems to be corporeal. A banshee wouldn't be recognized as "a woman, one of their own..." would she?)

Back to Lor'themar.

He and his group have arrived at An'daroth only to find it in ruins too. This time, the defenders are found. All of them are dead. Suddenly, he senses movement from the forest. It's the missing guardians of An'telas who, through some miracle, have managed to make it to An'daroth despite their grievous wounds. There's something strange about them, though. They show no expression even though they should feel relief. Lor'themar thinks that it may be a result of the shock, but Ry'el, who had gone to greet them, gets decapitated and the battle ensues. The guardians of An'daroth, who had eben dead just moments ago suddenly also rise and start attacking the rangers.
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Old 08-22-2013, 07:14 AM
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(drools) New lore of old lore... new lore of old lore!!!

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During the Second War, a conflict they didn't want to get involved in, he fought valiantly against the Horde, which Zul'jin had joined. The Horde somehow managed to control red dragons and the diabolical orc necromancers managed to make the Runestones harmless and to harness their energies. Despite all this, the Horde was still unable to break the magical shield, maintained with the Sunwell's power, that surrounded Silvermoon.
Diabolical orc necromancers. In WoW:ToD, the Runestones were merely ineffective against Horde forces because they only blocked magical powers... they worked great against Gul'dan, but they were worthless against Grunts, Trolls, Ogres, and Dragons. Which is stupid, because how would that sort of defense be useful against Trolls with axes and little reliance on magic?

I may choose to interpret the phrase "diabolical orc necromancers" to mean "Death Knights". And no one can fault me for doing so.

A retcon against Rosenberg. Delicious. I don't suppose it mentions Caer Darrow? That'd be asking too much. Let's move on...

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When the Horde left Quel'thalas, to strike against Lordaeron, Sylvanas remained in Quel'thalas while Alleria and Lor'themar pursued the orcs, with the Alliance.

The trolls, and some orcs who had been cut of from the main group by the fire, remained, and Anasterian, seeing a chance to rid himself of the trolls forever, sent mages and priests to help the Farstriders get rid of them. Liadrin was in Halduron's group and they came across Zul'jin, whose small band of fighters had been unable to reach the shore, and safety, due to the fire. The elves moved his companions down, captured him and beat him the whole day because he'd been responsible for the death's of many relatives of theirs. When the night set, one of the elves stabbed him in the eye, and Liadrin went to talk with Halduron so he'd stop the needless torture. If Zul'jin has to die, he should just kill him.

Halduron tells her that the decision is not in his hands, and while she's thinking about the fact that he seems to have other reasons besides this one, he gets hit by a troll spear. A small group of Amani reinforcements managed to cross the lake. The elves dispatch the trolls, but when they return to the ruins where Zul'jin had been held captive, the spear, that had hit Halduron, had disappeared as had most of Zul'jin's body. Only his arm and the chains remained. This act made him even more legendary, amongst the trolls, and in the years to come, all trolls, especially the Amani, would cry "for Zul'jin". He disappeared soon afterwards, though, and hasn't been seen in the last 10 years.
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reach the shore, and safety,


Ha, ha, ha.

Ha, ha, HA, ha, ha.

BWA-HA-HA-HA-HA-HA, TROLLS CAN SWIM AGAIN! TROLLS CAN SWIM AGAIN! TROLLS PREFER TO REACH THE SHORE BUT IN THIS CASE CANNOT! TROLLS, FUCKING, KNOW HOW TO DEAL WITH WATER!

Good job, novella. Good job. Retcon that shit away!

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Old 08-22-2013, 07:26 AM
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Glad you like it, Baron. Well, I'm going to be offline now, but I'll finally manage to read without writing what I read down as soon as possible, so that's good, isn't it?

Also, Caer isn't mentioned, but Lor'themar lost his eye to one of the undead guardians.
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Old 08-22-2013, 07:45 AM
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Not sure how to feel about Arthas saying he's a messenger of the apocalypse. His speech in WCIII was much better.
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What speech?
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What speech?
This one, right before he throws Kel'Thuzad's remains in the Sunwell.
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