Posts Tagged “wrathgate wednesday”

Wrathgate Wednesday: Epic Battle

By | June 30, 2010

Open Thread! Tell us about your RP Epic Battle! Was it a scene carefully choregraphed, involving PVP and PVE elements, or was it collaborative fic? What was your favorite scene? Or, what kind of Epic Battle would you like to run? Would it be character or plot driven? Does it involve the WoW meta plot? […]

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Wrathgate Wednesday: What Did We Learn

By | June 2, 2010

Last week we posted the final installment of the Wrathgate Project, the collaborative fic of the Wildfire Riders. This was our attempt to participate in one of the best cinematics in Wrath. Of course there were multiple goals: Introducing new characters, reintroducing old characters, setting the theme for this expansions, and including everyone in the […]

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Wrathgate Wednesday: The End

By | May 26, 2010

For roughly one year, we’ve been posting the collective stories of the Wildfire Riders from the Wrathgate Cinematic. It took the guild well over six months–closer to a year–to get this together. There were a number of place-holder posts on our thread, as Real Life slowly took its toll. By the time we reached the […]

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Wrathgate Wednesday: A Broken Nose

By | May 19, 2010

Welcome to the penultimate installment in Wrathgate Wednesday. As the Riders have scattered to the four winds, Bricu and Varenna work to keep one of their own from committing suicide by scourge… Lady Varenna Sungale by *JRinaldi on deviantART Varenna raised her shield and blocked both of Illithias’ slashes. “Il-Illithias! Stop!” Varenna shouted at her. […]

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Wrathgate Wednesday: Varenna, Illithias, Bricu

By | May 12, 2010

We are down to the wire for Wrathgate Wednesday, the collaborative fiction project of the Wildfire Riders of US Feathermoon.  Uthas has come and gone, saving Bricu and Threnn in the process.  The line has shattered, scattering Riders to their rendezvous points.  And last, but not least, Illithias is trying to get herself killed.  Varenna, […]

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Wrathgate Wednesday: The Truth

By | May 5, 2010

Welcome to Wrathgate Wednesday! As we reach the last of the fiction, I need to confess: One of the main purposes of the Wildfire Rider Wrathgate event was to reintroduce Uthas to Feathermoon. He’s been around in the posts: Showing up with the remnants of the Eye–his own personal army–to aid in the final assault, […]

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Wrathgate Wednesday

By | April 28, 2010

Welcome to the final installments of Wrathgate Wednesday:  The Collaborative Fiction of the Wildfire Riders of Feathermoon.  As we get closer to the end, we see the brilliant plan unravel and fall apart.  The Line has fallen.  The Lich King appeared–and retreated–into his citadel.  While some have tried to rally the troops, and others have […]

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Wrathgate Wednesday: Disaster

By | April 21, 2010

Welcome to another edition of Wrathgate Wednesday, the collaborative fiction of the Wildfire Riders of US Feathermoon. There are 10 posts left before the end of the experiment. These last posts focus on Bricu, Varenna, Threnn, Uthas, Yva and Jak. We’ll learn more about why that is while we break down the experiment… For now, […]

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Wrathgate Wednesday: Cowardice and Explosions

By | April 14, 2010

Welcome to another edition of Wrathgate Wednesday. We have a few posts* left before the end of Wildfire Riders collaborative fic project regarding the Wrathgate cinematic. Today we have one fic ad one italics post. Corspilla, a forsaken mage, experiences the terror of the Lich King. Then the Putress launches its devastating attack. *Some of […]

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Wrathgate Wednesday: Nearing the End

By | April 7, 2010

Welcome to another edition of Wrathgate Wednesday.  We’re nearing the end of the collaborative writing project.  For the past year, we’ve been posting the stories of the Wildfire Riders as they reach the Wrathgate Cinematic.  Today, Davien, Annalea and Threnn learn what fear is. Crone Though the link to the other witches remained, though the […]

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