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The Elven City-States Lit By Fire!
Posted on 09/20/2007 10:50 PM CDT by the Webstaff

~*The Elanthian Gazette*~

Front Page News

Wagons On Fire!
By: Nesser, Gazette Reporter

Niiman, Imaerasta the 20th, 5107

TA'ILLISTIM -- The aelotoi wagons for selling the Purple Nectar have been burnt down by angry citizens. And no wonder, for they have much to be angry about! This occurred throughout the Nations where the potions were sold. An especially violent incident is reported to have occured in Ta'Loenthra, where the destruction accidentally spread to nearby structures. Gone with the wagons, though!

On other even more important matters -- such as finding those who caused this, who would dare to poison and trick us!

 


++~VOICE of VAALOR~++

Front Page News

Flames of animosity raged along western Victory Court this eve in our otherwise peaceful city. Why violence must befall us is a query that I will dispense upon you, the reader, to answer. But consider: the wagon that was set aflame and defaced was of no siginficant threat to any citizen of Ta'Vaalor. Officials previously sealed off the areas, and instead of acquiescing to the city's determinations in how to proceed, the public has taken matters into its own hands, and thereby disturbed the public peace.

In the future, I should think it astute of our citizenry to conduct themselves in an enlightened manner rather than by means of perfunctory abandon and reckless negligence.


~*The Elven Herald*~

Front Page News

Ta'Illistim Set On Fire!
By: Petratho, Herald Reporter

Niiman, Imaerasta the 20th, 5107

TA'ILLISTIM -- The streets of Ta'Illistim burned with fire, causing excitement in the city yesterday.

A wagon, infamous for selling Purple Nectar along Mzaarine Wey, was burnt down and demolished yesterday evening when a mob full of hatred for what the potion has done to them rampaged through the city, looking for someone or something to blame. With little regard to public harmony, the mob physically destroyed and then set afire the wagon. All that remains now is rubble and ashes, which the city officials are certain to clear away in short order.

The city has been questioned in terms of their lack of response at the time. Officials have remained close-lipped, though certain sources indicate that the wagon posed more of a threat to the city than the mob did. Confirmation of this will be sought after by this publication.



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