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#9217709 Mar 10, 2014 at 12:31 PM
High Chieftain
168 Posts
... a real horde descending on some poor keep would be beautiful to see.


Indeed.

I like your thinking, Tamarak. According to most reports, Orsimer are the least popular race on the least popular faction. That won't necessarily be true in our campaign. This alliance has the potential of a force to be reckoned with.

@Thrusk gro-Bogroth Agreed.
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#9217831 Mar 10, 2014 at 12:58 PM
Overseer
60 Posts
I can be wrong on this, but weren't there way more people in the campaign during the stresstest? Like at some moments almost 10k of each faction.

And yes, we might be the least popular race of the least popular faction, but the bigger will the surprise be when the other factions notice how well organised we will be in combat.
Note: my former username was Syroden Strongshield. My first character will most likely in live game be named Syro as well.

No one listens to what an Orc has to say. As result, Orcs don't listen to them when they beg for mercy.

May Malacath, Daedric prince of the spurned and the ostracized, the keeper of the Sworn Oath, and the Bloody Curse, lead us to where our days will end.


As final touch, Malacath created the Orcs - and the Dutch!
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#9218381 Mar 10, 2014 at 02:54 PM
Warboss
48 Posts
it's established that 1 orc > than 3 sissy elves or 5 barbie khajits.

Although if you will see a NB Khajit in a mix of light and med armor trying hard, you need a bit more focus, since it will be probably the highest picked race for PvP due to racials.
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#9297014 Mar 26, 2014 at 09:45 PM
Alether
A quick update... St. Felms' Cleaver as it turns out will not be one of the campaigns at launch. That means the backup plan goes into effect, which is to choose the next campaign alphabetically.

Looks like Skullcrusher is the campaign that the RP-PvP community will be attempting to claim.
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#9301908 Mar 27, 2014 at 08:53 PM
High Chieftain
168 Posts
Thanks Alether. I didn't much care for the name St. Felm's Cleaver, anyway, as it's so unmistakably Dunmer. Skull-Crusher sounds a lot better.
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#9302060 Mar 27, 2014 at 09:50 PM
Thrusk gro-Bogroth
I hope you lot are ready!

Soon our forces will be mustering, and soon we can march into Cyrodil as allies and bleed the Pact and the Dominion dry!
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#9311782 Mar 30, 2014 at 06:02 AM
Thrusk gro-Bogroth
Question for you lot - how many of you are still keen on the idea of having the Legions of Wrothgar alliance "guild" once we get in game and settled?
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#9314162 Mar 30, 2014 at 06:42 PM
Alether
The Legions of Wrothgar alliance guild has been created. I need the @handle of an officer from Orcs of Orsinium that wants to be the rep so I can send an invite and then you can start inviting your guys.
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#9431579 Apr 26, 2014 at 10:10 AM
Raidboss
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I hail from the stronghold of Kazrulbur. We are a small clan, of about 15. I wish to speak to my Chieftain about coordinating our movements with the Orcs of Orsinium and other clans, but first seek your approval to have us. Has the home campaign been officially chosen as Skull Crusher?
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#9431827 Apr 26, 2014 at 11:37 AM
Overseer
60 Posts
Welcome Amenhi and welcome to your stronghold. Skull Crusher is officially the home campaign indeed. Feel welcome to join us in battle.
Note: my former username was Syroden Strongshield. My first character will most likely in live game be named Syro as well.

No one listens to what an Orc has to say. As result, Orcs don't listen to them when they beg for mercy.

May Malacath, Daedric prince of the spurned and the ostracized, the keeper of the Sworn Oath, and the Bloody Curse, lead us to where our days will end.


As final touch, Malacath created the Orcs - and the Dutch!
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