[Just fyi twimc: We've been signed up for ages now, and have entered our CIC challenge prior to posting this]
Also as noted by some in regards to it's GC3 eligibility (non presence of your invading forces) If people insist we would be happy to put a bunch of dying and dismembered attackers.
AK_Brickster wrote:GLOBAL CHALLENGE III - PURGING THE MAGIC ISLANDS
[b][i]For years, the lawful rulers of Roawia tolerated the use of magic on islands isolated off of the eastern shores because the Lands were divided and we were on the brink of internal war. Now, with mutual treaties bringing the factions closer together, the King of Roawia has decided that it is time to finally cleanse the world of the vile and dangerous practics of sorcery! Together, we can rid our lands of their filth!
...If the winning faction is Garheim, Lenfald, or Loreos, that faction will be awarded a stronghold in outlaw territory!"
Krypt: Over my UNDEAD body!!
We've been with the outlaws list since these lands began... but now you attack us; three allied against one... unforgivable. The sleeping
"How dare they try to purge the magic islands. Our home. A challenge set among men to destroy the lives of the outlaws. Some of us have humbly resided in the shadow of the Magic Islands, and now you march upon our lands. What sets you against us, is there some prize in trampling upon our homeland... very well. Beasts you have not seen, and heroes who have up till now have left you alone will rise. The Outlaws will fight back once again."
So I say unto you now... 'Let them not think that we are dead. For we now scratch and claw among the living. They pretend that magic flutters softly in in the realm of dawn breaking heroes... But we know history by another story. Among the land of the Outlaws reigns Karain. And at his right hand a faceless shadow rises. Cast out from cities for practicing the dark arts, some had believed his involvement, nay his existence to be a myth. (reference to our lack of building lol) But he is here today, and the Outlaws seek to be stronger than ever.' "