Seven Ports

The Court and the Order

Admiral Halfblade,

By now you have received the report of our defeat at the hand of the Military Lumantis. I have returned to the rendezvous point with a handful of men, but no other members of our unit have arrived. I fear the worst.

A gravely wounded Eladrin name Quarion entered our camp by chance. He was a knight of the Summer court and was being pursed by a knight of the Winter court named Pryslenna. She attacked the camp, and we killed her. Quarion expired from his wounds. Before his death, he told us that Pryslenna was working with the Order of Cleansing Light and that they had taken a high-value hostage.

If this report is true, it is very disturbing. We have members of the Winter court fighting beside us in most of the legions. I do not know if this is isolated to Pryslenna, but her being such a high ranking official makes all of the court suspect. We are leaving camp to track the members of the Order that she was working with. Does the Winter court think they can escape Pelor’s purge? Perhaps recovering this hostage will shed some insights. Until then, take caution with members of the Winter court. It is sad to think that those we have been trying to protect may be working against us.

I will send word of our progress soon.

Csaba, Commander 2nd Legion

The Soldier and the Beast


It is as you had predicted, during a battle, I was unwillingly pushed to the fringe of the camp. There I met the “handsome soldier” and “tamed beast” that you wrote of. The camp was overrun by members of the Military Luminatis, but we managed to escape into the woods. I will not admit it to her, but if Hammer had not urged me to fall back, we may have all been slain. Moments before the battle, Janos appeared. He had been tracking the Luminatis, and tried to get to our position in time to warn us. We now travel with Janos, his Mintouar associate Tova, and a wounded Eladrin soldier named Alagos. We hope to meet up with others of the Legion at the rally point, but something gnaws at the back of my mind. Why are the Luminatis so far south?

Please give my regards to the Owner,


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