Adventures in Draenor: The Iron Vanguard [Ch.4]Adventures in Draenor: The Iron Vanguard [Ch.4] by DragonhunterTomyh
Raphon sighed as he threw the chicken bone into the wooden bowl and put it on the ground next to him, and opening a book. The ground shook and a cloud of dust and dirt showered the ground next to him, none hitting him due to the large red rock he was leaning on. Yells and curses filled the air from behind him while cries of joy, drunken singing and brawls of laughter came from the camp site in front of him. It had been a couple of days since he and the other adventurers had arrive, along with, as they found out later, a group of Horde camped on a ridge south across the beachhead from them.
Raphon flicked a page, tsking and picking out a small shard of metal that had gotten stuck in the page and continued to read, oblivious to the battle raging on behind him. A group of night elf huntresses and gnome warriors ran past, as wounded were carried back to camp. The armies of the Alliance had arrived earlier this morning, helping push back the Iron Horde as they tried to storm the adventurers
Adventures in Draenor: The Iron Vanguard [Ch.3]Adventures in Draenor: The Iron Vanguard [Ch.3] by DragonhunterTomyh
Raphon, Emily and Allyeria pushed through the crowds all trying to see what was going on inside the large garden-like courtyard. At the front of the crowd stood Eteryn and Renegade, towering over the guards that barred their way.
"What's going on?" Emily asked as she approached the elf, standing on the tips of her feet to try see over the large man glaring her down.
The king, the mage and some of the nobles went into SI:7, then High Sorcerer Andromath showed up and went inside. That's about it so far."
"How long do you think they'll be in there? Allyeria asked, standing back behind Raphon and not bothering to try peer into the courtyard.
"No idea," Eteryn answered. he looked down at the young elf and the two humans. "Why don't you guys go check on the supplies we brought, see if we need anything else and try see what you gossip and chatter you can pick up around the city."
"Sure," Emily said, putting a hand on the Allyeria's shoulder. Raphon shook his head, "I think I'll stay here,"
Adventures in Draenor: The Iron Vanguard [Ch.2]Adventures in Draenor: The Iron Vanguard [Ch.2] by DragonhunterTomyh
Renegade's hoofed feet clicked loudly on the smoothed stone floors as he emerged from the portal, quickly looking around before stepping further into the long narrow room. Half a dozen or so humans and mages of the other races of the Alliance stood or sat dotted around the room ,pouring over books and scrolls, peering into bowls of water and mirrors or writing.
The blood elf and Eteryn came through the portal next, the younger elf looking about the room nervously.
"I think Raphon's looking a bit green," Renegade said, smirking at the paladin as he stumbled through the portal and stood hunched over hands on his knees. Eteryn shook his head at the death knight while the blood elf appeared by the human's side, checking if he was ok; Emily stepped through the portal and shook her head at the paladin. With a loud swallow Raphon waved them off and stood up straight, exhaling.
"I hate portal travel," he said, wiping his face. "I don't care if its the fastest way to travel I hate it."
Adventures in Draenor: The Iron Vanguard [Ch.1]Adventures in Draenor: The Iron Vanguard [Ch.1] by DragonhunterTomyh
The wind played happily through the summer air, picking at the leaves and flowers as it went. A pile of loose wooden shavings shivered as the breeze danced around it, inciting it to join them in the sky.
Eteryn Stormarrow, night elf adventurer and hero of Azeroth, put down the bar of wood he was carving and closed his eyes as the wind washed over him, playing with his long hair and unkempt beard.
There is danger
Eteryn's eyes opened with a snap, his smile falling.
Dark forces come again. The cycle repeats.
Eteryn was no shaman, but he knew that when the wind spoke you listened. He got to his feet and threw the bar of wood in a bag hanging from his belt as he made his way through the shaded forest to his home in the green pastured hills of Elwynn. As he neared the wood and stone building he heard swearing and a looming dark figure come around the other side of the building.
"Ren," Eteryn said, walking to his friend to check on him. A head taller than the elf and several ha