The Council of Houses of Ta'Vaalor announces the coronation of a new king. Ceremonies will be held in the Grand Audience Hall inside Guardian Keep at 9 pm as the elves tell time on Restday, the 19th day of Ivastaen. We expect traveling merchants to make the journey to our fair city during the preceeding week.
The Premium spell of the month items house a spell that will change each month and fluctuate between a spell of war and a defensive/utility spell. These items can be activated by either rub or wave, casting the spell once or twice a day (depending on the spell). They will require a small amount of Magic Item Use training. Casting Elemental Detection (405) or Loresinging will reveal more.
Citizens of Ta'Vaalor, by order of the Council of Houses, Lists have been placed inside Guardian Keep's Grand Hall. There is a separate list and table for each of the candidates that can be signed by you, the citizens, to show your support. Please read the headings carefully to be sure you are signing the one you want. They will remain in place for some time as the Council considers a second forum.
Ensorcell allows sorcerers to enhance weapons, runestaves, shields, and armor by collecting and then infusing necrotic energy into them. Items may be either temporarily or permanently ensorcelled, with varying benefits depending on the nature of the item and the strength of the ensorcellment.
A new maneuver system has been released, the SHIELD system. This system provides Warriors, Rogues, and Paladins with exclusive access to new options and abilities related to the Shield Use skill. The SHIELD verb provides access to this new system. The goal of this release is to provide new capabilities to the shield use character builds within the martial classes, so that those character builds can better compete with the powerful twohanded and ranged weapon builds.
Funeral services will be held for the late King Tyrnian Vaalor Soverign Commander of the Crimson Legion. They will be held in the Ravelin on the Point that overlooks Fearling Pass. Services will begin on Feastday at 6 in the evening as the elves tell time. All who wish to pay their respects are welcome.