379YE Autumn Equinox winds of fortune
- 1 Overview
- 1.1 A Big Sleep
- 1.2 Briar Liar
- 1.3 Crow on the Cradle
- 1.4 The Fellowship of Purple Sails
- 1.5 Fog on the Brine
- 1.6 Forge of Sorrows
- 1.7 Good Faith
- 1.8 Hearth Tithe
- 1.9 Professional Killers
- 1.10 Reap What You Sow
- 1.11 Red Phoenix Down
- 1.12 Reed of Fortune
- 1.13 The Rose of Astolat
- 1.14 Strange Harvest
- 1.15 The Dead Tree Gives No Shelter
- 1.16 Sitskrieg
- 2 Ongoing Events
Over the past three months, several events have occurred which are of significance to the Empire and may require a response from her champions. You can also read about the progress of the Empire's military campaigns here.
A Big Sleep
The vyig suffer significant set-backs in Sarvos, and the opportunity exists to finally dislodge the criminal ticks that have been feeding on the cities of the League for too long. You can learn more about this event here.
Crow on the Cradle
The Fellowship of Purple Sails
A sodality of ship-owners, merchants, captains, and Highborn benefactors is taking a renewed interest in Imperial politics: also, a few more details regarding foreign trade. You can learn more about this event here.
Fog on the Brine
Less than a month ago, a bank of supernatural fog has descended along the southern Imperial coast, and seems to stretch along the entire northern half of the Bay of Catazar. You can learn more about this event here.
Forge of Sorrows
A surprise find in Gildenheim presents an opportunity to the Empire - to refurbish an ancient runeforge. The opportunity does not come without complications, however; and the provenance of the ruined forge hints at greater mysteries. You can learn more about this event here.
Following the bloody murder of civil servants associated with the department of historical research, the Imperial Senate has acted ... but the attacks have not stopped, Not precisely. You can learn more about this event here.
Reap What You Sow
Troubles in Skarsind continue; miners in particular are being encouraged to get as much metal out of the ground as they can before the territory is handed over to the Imperial Orcs - and dissatisfaction is spreading. You can learn more about this event here.
Red Phoenix Down
The mountains of Urizen have been struck by a powerful curse that not only halves the amount of crystal mana coming from the mana sites, but leads to more than one catastrophic loss of poise. You can learn more about this event here.
Reed of Fortune
The herald Reed, the Reckoner of Hours, a favoured servant of Ephisis has been abroad in the Empire for the last three months, and has expressed a desire to purchase a Declaration of Amity from the Empire. You can learn more about this event here.
The Rose of Astolat
Unsettling events at the Castle of Thorns in Astolat; is there something dark at the heart of the Empire? The old seat of the Dawnish kings and queens, the Empire's première academy for civil servants, appears to be falling down ... You can learn more about this event here.
In the months since the Summer Solstice, vallorn activity along the borders of Brocéliande has spilled over into neighbouring Astolat, Casinea, and Semmerholm, leaving a wave of odd transformations in its wake. You can learn more about this event here.
The Dead Tree Gives No Shelter
The Reikos flux continue to rage unabated in that war-torn territory. In addition to significant damage to resources in the territory, it has cut a swathe through the armies engaged in fighting the Druj at Urith Barath. The only significant development comes from the presence of Imperial Orcs companies in the territory has demonstrated that the disease appears only to affect humans. You can learn about the Reikos flux in this season's Winds of War, or the original information about the disease can be found here.
Following the dual haunting crises revealed last season, the Imperial Synod, Ozren de Orzel of Dawn was named by the Imperial Synod to oversee the exorcism of the Great Pits at Ennerlund. During the Autumn equinox, the Synod named High Exorcist Solas to oversee a similar cleansing of the Vigilant Swan in Reikos.