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Tales of The Free Alliance: Fate of the MoguTales of The Free Alliance: Fate of the MoguTales of The Free Alliance: Fate of the Mogu by ~johnnyd2
The Mogu race, once the greatest and only power of our land of Pandaria.
Created by the Titans, and rallied to power by the hand of their mightiest ruler to be, Lei-Shen The Thunder King.
The Mogu Empire lorded over Pandaria for ages to come, until a group of brave pandaren monks, one of the first such groups led their people to freedom, and broke Pandaria free from the hand of the Mogu Empire
However, The Mogu would not sit idle as their legacy was taken from them. many millenia later, the Mogu returned, eager to reforge thier empire admidst the chaos of the parting Mists.
To Far Away worlds Raid trailerLegends of The Free Alliance 1.0 Raids TrailerTo Far Away worlds Raid trailer by ~johnnyd2
"Thrall, Wrathion, Anduin and Varian Wrynn. Your exploits have been chronicled throughout the history of our alliance, but, the time has come, for a new generation of heroes to answer the call."
the leader of the Ivory Eye says as he speaks to an orc shaman, a dark skinned humanoid in a turban and exotic clothing, and a Human lord and his prince son.
*The Legends of The Free Alliance logo appears*
"For the matter at hand, several of our greatest enemies, and ones we had thought long dead have joined under the mantle of the Scalebrood Empire."
*we see the resurrected dragon aspect of death D
The Crystals of Telasa 1Episode 1: The free spirited ranger, Misty!The Crystals of Telasa 1 by ~LightningTopaz
The morning sun peeked through the treetops of Renfall Forest, illuminating the orange haired girl walking on the forest path. She looked no different from other rangers in her maroon tunic with some sparkling gold trim that resembled ivy. Some thick leggings and a pair of black flats protected her legs and feet from the brambles, briars, and the occassional Pokemon of the underbrush. The morning breeze rippled the sienna cloak on the girl's back, making the silver arrow-like design that adorned it sparkle in the sun. The cloak also served to conceal a large willow bow and a full quiver of arrows.