So far, so good

Quick update from Southshore – Helcular and his people at Tarren Mill have gotten the chameleon shard that we attuned in old Southshore, and after a couple days of experimenting, they think they’ve come up with a way to dispel the anti-plague effect.  Not a moment too soon, too, since those purple ribbony haze lines were creeping further and further out from the town, and had almost reached the Forsaken operation over at the Sludge Fields.

Obviously, Helcular didn’t want to chance sending his own undead people down to Southshore to test out the final product, so Cromush had a small detachment of warlocks and mages from Orgrimmar head down to start applying the fix.  I’m not too clear of the details of it, seeing as most of that hocus-pocus stuff is pretty much just gibberish to me.

Bottom line, though, is they started doing their thing yesterday, and the early reports are that it seems to be working.  I’m told that the locks and mages are going to have to follow the haze lines out from the town and do some more casting in order to completely purge the anti-plague effect.  But from the sound of it, the town itself is mostly secured now, so it looks like we’re on our way to getting everything back to normal.  Or, you know, what passes for normal with those Forsaken.

While Cromush has his people in Southshore – and before Helcular gives the go-ahead for the Forsaken to head back in – I’m having him send one or two of his top people to scour the cellar of the old inn.  One, to make sure they’ve completely locked this thing down at its source, but two, to locate and secure the reliquary buried there that started it all.  I don’t want any extra surprises from that thing…not to mention, considering its likely source, I don’t want it floating around unaccounted for.  Once we have the crystal fragment, I may have Liadrin take custody of it, seeing as she seems to know a lot about it, and has her head on straight, and, you know, actually has a brain INSIDE the head she has on straight.  Unlike very many of my underlings (he said with a great sadness).

More soon.

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One Response to “So far, so good”

  1. You said nothing about Faranell. How is he doing? I am quite worried about him. 😦

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