Topic Darnassian Forum: The Source of the Light.
Edited by Kyalin on 4/26/12 10:44 PM (PDT)
The Darnassian Forum Proudly Presents for its opening week: Shan'do Gudvine Stonewhisper, who shall present his address: "The Source of the Light" before the forum and its honored guests and attendees on the fifth day of the first quarter, on the sixth hour after mid-day.
((All right! So we have our first event! Thursday, May 3rd at 6:00pm. ))
((I want to give this a morning bump, here. The speech is going to take place on the green in front of the Warrior's terrace.
For those who are not familiar with the overall concept of the forum, (I'm sorry I didn't go over this earlier) the event will begin with a speech which shall not exceed 30 minutes, (heard the concept, not the whole speech) followed by a question and answer period.
With said Q&A period, please form a line... ))
Gudvine had recently returned from the dream to Pia. There was so much catching up to do. He mourned the loss of several Pia members he had often stood with in defense of the lands. Dhaymon's loss had possibly affected him the worst. He, Dhaymon, Rubikon and Gentyl had many times stood together in elven lands against horde armies.
Typical of Gudvine he quickly threw himself into the work at hand. He had been instrumental in developing a cure for the plague potion Abominus and Dr. Wolfe had been formulation for Gentyl.
"I'd like to present a talk at the Darnassian Forum," he said simply one day.
"I've never heard of it. What is it?"
He explained it to her and also what he planned on talking about. She cringed a bit. That ought to get the blood flowing a bit with some people.
"Is that what you believe?" she asked.
"Then speak on it."
Delver, who had been waging an unsuccessful negotiation with the rats in the stable, sat on a stump nearby and chuckled. "'At ought te' get them Light thumpers steered up." He laughed again. "Ah've got rats te' talk ta."
Somehow or another, he had trained rats to clean the stables. His knight, Meriste, had assigned him the chore and he had ingeniously figured out a way to train the rats. It was a remarkable feat considering the over-population of cats around which meant the rat population had suffered immensely. The rats, however, were on strike now and even refused to return the little tools he had carved for them to clean the stalls with.
((Suggestion for Delver's rat strike problem: get the cats to work in their place, and if the rats protest more, then the cats have lunch!
Also, Gudvine, you have piqued this priestess' interest. I will be attending this))
<ponders a way to sneak AAMS in there...maybe if we all found a bunch of gnome costumes? Maybe if I hexed everyone and passed them off as frogball participants? Hmm...>
But really, don't worry about it. We could translate should you ever welcome Horde, but in the spirit of the ICness, I can see Horde being there as tricky to manage. Tis your event. :)