June 29, 2010

The Dragon Riders of Loreth’Aran


Although adopted by a night elf, Hanea still liked to spend some of her time with the draenei. While fishing on Wyrmscar Island, she came across a spirit… The ghost told her his story and Hanea was touched. She invited Lost Order to Bloodmyst Isle to hear about prince Toreth and the dragon riders of Loreth’Aran.

Daidalos, Valur, Goasse and Nuenein came to meet Hanea. They had some catching up to do, since they hadn’t seen each other in a while. It wasn’t long, though, before Hanea started telling the guild why they were there. Eventually, she led the party to prince Toreth, so they could all meet him. Prince Toreth was the last dragon rider to fall in the War of the Ancients. He swore he would not let the riders be forgotten and so he became a spirit. There were other spirits in the island as well. The prince wanted to help them and Lost Order wanted to help the prince.

The friends collected some bones from the nearby furbolg, laid some dragon spirits to rest and, in the end, even fought against a lieutenant of Deathwing. Lost Order was victorious against Razormaw and prince Toreth was glad to hear it. After all, it was Deathwing, who was behind the horrible fate of the dragon riders.

Lost Order also promised to spread the story of the dragon riders. They won’t be forgotten.

June 18, 2010

Obsidian Sanctum


Lost Order decided to gather their troops and help the Ruby Dragon Flight in their battle against the Twilight Dragons. Goasse, Effex, Shakku, Valdoran, Valur, Kayata, Hanthelia, Razzil and Befuzzle were taken to a volcano where the Twilight Dragon Flight lays and hatches their eggs.

Effex’ expertise helped in the tough fights against the Twilight Drakes: Shadron, Tenebron and Vesperon. Finally, Lost Order approuched the mighty Sartharion.

There was lava everywhere and the dragon wasn’t happy to see intruders… Lost Order fought well and managed to defeat the Onyx Guardian!

In honour of their victory, the whole guild danced. Shakku got overly excited and took off his clothes, but it didn’t matter. Everyone was expecting nothing less from their guild master.