The Trog forces are slowly being pushed back towards Igecsoz by the low mortals. Amalric has used this time to rest his guards, knowing they might be needed soon.
But for now, the next step is the coronation of Prince Amalric - an occasion that would normally be joyous but here is tinged with a bit of somberness. This ceremony must be done, however, if Amalric is ever to be considered the true King of Midgaard, like his now deceased father Theileus.
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Notes: The coronation ceremony will be held sometime during the week of June 9. This will mark the end stages of the Midgaard quest, lasting a few weeks before reaching its conclusion.
The current level 40-50 quest in HELP BATTLEFIELD OF MIDGAARD will be available until the next reboot/crash. Check it out (and turn in those relics) while you still can.
Not content with sitting on the sidelines, the trogs have decided to lay claim to Midgaard themselves. King Amalric has requested that mortals of a certain status come help dispose of the threat that the trogs pose for the heart of Midgaard. He worries that other races might look to lay siege to Midgaard while it is distracted with the "trog problem".
Quest type: Solo or small groups Duration: At least through Saturday, May 24 Prizes: Speak with the trader outside the fields.
40-50 low mort quest starts next weekend (17-18th)
Rumors have begun to stir that the Troglodytes are looking to stake their claim in the now weakened city of Midgaard. With the Heroes a bit bruised and battered, now it is time for the Low Mortals to shine (and even Moordenaar can agree that it would probably a waste of a Heroes time to fight the lowly Troglodytes).
Further info: Reboot time: sometime Sat. or Sun., possibly unannounced Duration: 6-8 days with normal repop of mobs Levels: 40-50 Prizes: Gear, possible trophy insignia Group or solo: your choice
I am pleased to report that some progress has been made on the situation involving the Mage Guild. As you know, the Arch Mage was unfortunately killed a few days ago while experimenting. We are pleased to announce that High Mage Itania from the high tower of Arcana Excelsis has sent us an apprentice to help out with the training of the next generation of adventurers.
Please note that Midgaard was required to assure the safety of this newest guildmaster. As this is not currently possible due to recent events in the city, we have reached a compromise with Itania - the apprentice will take residence near the Psion Mistress in Solace until such time as he has finished his apprenticeship and graduated to Guild Master.
King Amalric had just retired to his dinner - roasted pigeon served with garlic and mushrooms - when an explosion was heard. Indeed - it could be heard throughout the city. Walls shook and windows shattered, evidence of a powerful blast which tore through the southwest part of Midgaard.
With the help of King Regent Moordenaar, Amalric sent volunteers to the area to put out the flames - but the damage was already done. For the blast had been localized within the mage's guild - and reports came that the body of Arch Mage had been pulled out of the rubble. Perhaps it was an experiment gone awry, or perhaps the Arch Mage cast the wrong spell (rumors had been circulating that he was working on a rock swarm spell similar to meteor swarm) but no one could say for certain.
Conscious of what the lack of a mage guild could mean for the power and stability of a city, Amalric asked for word to be sent to Arcana Excelsis, to see if perhaps they might be able to spare a guildmaster of their own. He hoped that they would be able to send someone quickly after hearing the message - so that it might only be a day or two without guild representation in Midgaard. Perhaps it would not be too late... Until then he hoped that adventurers might be able to share what they learned using teaching skills, although he acknowledges that can never replace the wisdom of a guildmaster.
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