kierlani asked: You can answer this privately, if you like. I just remembered I wanted to ask and figured I should before it slips my mind. Bale mentioned last night that there's a new guild rule forbidding our characters to be in Stormwind. Is this a thing? How did it come about?
It hasn’t come down as official IC law, yet.
Last night, as Renna went to check on Bale in Northwinter, she got a letter from Cartres explaining that the investigation into Tarso and Caspius’ supposed treasonous behavior (i.e., when Tarso was caught hiring assassins to harm bishops and such to frame other people) was completely out of the question and the church wasn’t going to bother with it after discovering the arrest warrant for him was falsified.
Essentially, Rennali (and in some ways myself) wants to protect her people from being caught up in that nonsense and would rather they only go to Stormwind if they absolutely must in terms of business. Not to mention, Bale’s recent assassination attempt while he was leaving for his home also makes Rennali want to keep her people away from that hive of scum and villainy.
She won’t pass this law until she notifies the other seneschals; though, if they [Quel’Athillien] has one more incident like Bale’s, she will make the law for them and they will have to suffer the consequences of being there if they choose to defy it. For her, it is about keeping her people safe.
Ami’s parents still live in Stormwind, so if this is happening, she may request that they be moved to Quel’Athillien for a bit.
I’m not entirely certain what happened to Bale the other night. Maybe Renna can send messages to inform us and warn of potential danger? Not sure the best way for all of us it get the info.
I plan on writing a decree here soon.
Meanwhile, I pass Ledaria’s Doctrine, which is OOC ignoring these idiots and wondering why we keep getting sucked back into playing with them.
Seriously. Fuck Tarso. Fuck Caspius. Fuck the Council of Bishops. Fuck their powergaming bullshit. I’m done letting some punkass bitches try to dictate what our guild does and goes.
I’ve never witnessed someone getting mad about role-play with more frequency than you do. As Rennali will hopefully point out to you, the Council of Bishops does not “power-game,” nor has the council ever once ventured to dictate what the Vestige of the Phoenix is to do. I feel deeply sorry for you if you refuse to understand this after having been told as many times as I have told you. Further, I wonder where your silly little grudge comes from.