We will be visiting Chaddul Ro
Thursday, April 27th @ 5pm & 8pm SLT
Friday, April 28th @ Noon SLT
Chaddul Ro (Searlait Nitschke)
An outpost of the Orcs of Chal Khizzur, Chaddul Ro stands on the edge of their territory. In the center of the outpost there is a beacon, rising above upon a tower guarded day and night by the orcs. It stands for strength; it stands against anyone who would douse it, a symbol to be seen to guide those from outside the protective barriers and walls back home. For the survivors that seek refuge from battle. It is believed that as long as the fires of the outposts are kept lit that there is always hope, sanctuary to be found and that the tribe remains strong.
Please note: you do not need to use any of these ideas; feel free to write about anything in this region.
What did they kill to get those giant tusks? Monster Orcs?
Where did all the Orcs go to? And … will they return?
Is everyone Orcish here, or are a few miserable prisoners lurking?
Imagine the smell of hot, sweaty Orcs!
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