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(RP) Hunting Pirates - "A Sad Farewell" (RBG)

Discussion in 'UO Catskills' started by Pandora_CoD, May 10, 2014.

  1. Pandora_CoD

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    The funerals began today for the many that lost their lives on board the USS Odyssey. Earlier in the week the RBG regiments in a combined effort had exceptionally searched, found, fought, and bested Corgul the Soulbinder. But among our cheers of victory came the sad realization that the crew had not survived the torture that Corgul had put them through, so tears were shed. We searched the island far and wide for any sign of prisoners, but among the sands were personal items that we recovered to bring to the families. Of course Corgul wasn’t concerned with any of such items, he had wanted souls. It is souls that feed his power and he’s bound to be hungry once more.


    Loading up the USS Gatekeeper, RBG Class A Ship with all our needed supplies, including ammo, we set sail from Vesper after our trip had us search through Covetous to find the Sacrificial Brazier to which we donated one world map and one treasure map. In return, Corgul’s magic sought to give us the location of the hidden island. The legends were true. We were joined by the ever-dutiful Rangers of Spiritwood, who serve as the RBG regiment for Skara Brae, and the Vesper Guard. It was a nice surprise to see the Governor of Vesper himself show up to roll up his sleeves for his citizens. One of the passengers on the crew had hailed from the city of Vesper. He told me he felt a responsibility to aid in the search as he knew the family. There had been several crewmates from Skara Brae, from Trinsic, from Britain, from Jhelom, and from Umbra. It was nice to see the Governor so steadfast.

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