By virtue of all that is good and correct, we therefore hold that the constitution of our kingdom must be addressed, which in its current state has been denigrated by ailments of which a body would have long since succumbed to. Her spirit has been corrupted by faithlessness; her heart by the absence of chivalry; her extremities torn by civil strife; and her mind forever scattered within divisiveness and the lethargy born from a lack of purpose. Because of the absence of a proper monarch, selected by blood and the Light’s favor, who in the course of his or her reign would bring to those lost in shadows the Light, adjudicate upon injustice, mollify the belligerent, unify the divided, and galvanize the disillusioned, we have found our beloved kingdom to be afflicted in such a way that for the nonce her infirmities appear nigh incurable.
Because of these verities, which to this point have been proven from the acts of men left secular, unguided, and unprincipled in the wake of the fall of King Terenas II Menethil, it stands that we must in this case declare ourselves the rightful sovereign of Lordaeron not only for the sake of her people, but for the kingdom herself. The factionalism and partisanship encouraged by those not of our kingdom to see us weakened must be brought to its end, and not with five divided armies, must we from this day forth be one people united under the banner of Goodness. Let he that would challenge our integrity come forth and be proven mistaken or false, for there no longer exists the luxury to presuppose that the irresolute nature of the accuser must be partially shared with the accused. No longer have we the luxury of forming alliances and bonds based upon favor, for exclusion of our brothers bring not strength to us, but to our enemy.
We have to this point remained steadfast and patient, informing our transgressors that our word is true and our intent pure. We have warned them against menaces, petty rivalries, and acts that would shame their ancestors. We have prevented strife as far as the sheathed sword may allow, and encouraged diplomacy where it might be employed. We have sought to mollify and pacify; to appease and to ensure when it was beneficial to our people. We have appealed to the impertinent man’s decency, chivalry, and gallantry for the sake of benevolence, good will, and prosperity and have received from them irreverence and usurpations motivated by those malicious and corrupt. But the times of our days of passivity have come to their end and it is that we must state clearly the declaration of our infallibility, not so that the loyal will be placed under the yolk, but so that the disloyal will be placed under the heel.
... paragraphs II, III, & IV of the Declaration of Infallibility.
[ OOC ]
The Blood of Lordaeron is an Alliance roleplaying guild whose roots on Moon Guard date back to the middle of Wrath of the Lich King. As a long standing member of Moon Guard's roleplaying scene, the Blood of Lordaeron has devoted countless hours to ensuring that its playerbase and its story remain of the highest quality.
At its inception, the Blood of Lordaeron was the Crimson Redemption, a collection of Scarlet Crusaders attempting to improve relations with the Kingdom of Stormwind in an effort to gain support for a northern offensive against the Forsaken. With the completion of that storyline, the guild then became the Brotherhood of the Flame where Lady Madelynne Albrecht gathered former Scarlets to form a new, knightly order sworn to recovering Lordaeron. At the end of the Brotherhood of the Flame's storyline, Madelynne Albrecht declared herself Queen of Lordaeron. This highly controversial move was intended to bolster the resolve of her men in their final battle.
As of current, the Blood of Lordaeron is referred to in-character as "the Royal Army" and provides the Alliance with the finest collection of fighters that can be fielded by any organization. While preparing to retake Lordaeron from the Forsaken, the Royal Army routinely deals with matters of state.