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As of April 4th, 2011 at 10:35 pm - THE DRAGONHAWK BRIGADE is now

[Realm First! Guild Level 25!]


Brigade For Hire!

Attention RPers of Twisting Nether! Do you find yourself with a job too big for one person, or even one guild? Does your storyline need a participant on the outside? Then look no further than The Dragonhawk Brigade! Acting as mercenaries for both the Horde and Alliance, DHB will take on just about any IC job brought to their attention for a small fee! And here's the best part, we don't actually charge any gold OOCly! Nope! The Dragonhawk Brigade simply enjoys roleplaying with others and their guilds every chance we get! So if you find yourself in the need of our services, don't hesitate to contact us!

Whisper Masqueraide or Clink in-game or send me a PM over TNG with your requests.

To some, the World's average mysteries are just not enough. The D.R.A.G.O.N.H.A.W.K. Brigade, (Defeating boredom with Random Acts of fun and Getting rich by Offering our Notorious skills to both Horde and Alliance, and to explore the World's best Kept secrets Brigade), is a collection of adventure-seeking misfits who intend on making the world a more interesting place to live in.

*Masquerade grins, placing her hands on her hips.* "Listen up, because this is important! If I see that you can't pay attention, there will be a penalty! And believe you me, you do not want what I have in mind.

The Dragonhawk Brigade is the most elite, the most excitin', and the BEST Brigade in all of Azeroth! Any objections? No, I didn't think so. Anyways, our goal is this. TO HAVE FUN! That's right, we're constantly on the search for the most entertaining and most interesting things in life! So if you're interestin' too, come join us! I'm always lookin' for more Agents!

Oh! And we also work for gold! Explorin', retrievin', defendin', investigatin' name it, the Dragonhawk Brigade does it! Just pay one small fee! An' it don't matter if you're Horde or Alliance. Gold is gold, am I right? Of course I am!

There is nothing Brigade Chief Masquerade and the Dragonhawk Brigade cannot do!" *Laughter*


How large/active is the guild?

We currently have 300+ guild members. However many guild members have a good number of alts in the guild, and of the remainder about a third are truly active. On average there are 20 people online at a time, less in the mornings and more in the evenings.

How far into Guild Levels and Achievements is the Guild?

The Dragonhawk Brigade is a Level 25 Guild! Not only that, but we are proud to claim the achievement: [Realm First! Guild Level 25] as our own! We have all the available perks, heirloom gear, bank tabs, mounts, and other awesome items available to guild members!

Is RP required? Is OOC allowed in guildchat, or do you have a separate channel for that?

Roleplay is not required, but knowledge of it is. All members are expected to know the definitions of IC and OOC and must differentiate between them. We are a Casual RP guild, with emphasis on Face-to-Face RP and less roleplay over a chat channel. The Dragonhawk Brigade is your "little bit of everything" guild, with much PvE Raiding, occasional PvP, and leveling.

Guild chat is 0oC, and we have a separate channel for RP. The RP channel is used as a form of communication over engineered devices.

Do you have a guild website?

What is the back story for the guild?

Our full name is simply:

(D)efeating boredom with ®andom (A)cts of fun and (G)etting rich by (O)ffering our (N)otorious skills to the (H)orde and (A)lliance, and exploring the (W)orld's best (K)ept secrets...Brigade!

D.R.A.G.O.N.H.A.W.K. Brigade, for short.

Our goal is to become the most well-known, revered, and wealthiest association in all of Azeroth! Under Masquerade's leadership, the Brigade is constantly searching for new ways to have fun, make money, and boast their successes. Always a sucker for a good mystery, they also spend their time investigating the lesser-known secrets of the World. And how does a Brigade fund these excursions you ask? Well, the DHB is known for its collection of highly skilled agents in all manners of services. For a small gold fee, they will take on most any task from the Horde, and even the Alliance.

What are the requirements to join?

You must have a name that works in roleplay and be at least level 10. Other than that, anyone can join.

We also expect all members to read the Guild Rules and the information in our Guild Info pane upon joining.

What would you say is the average level of the guild?

There is an about equal spread of low levels, but the majority rests in the level 80-85 range.

How would you classify the guild in RP terms?

We are quirky and lively, as Brigade members seek to have an exciting and enjoyable roleplaying experience. On average we have 4 guild events per week, ranging from games and competitions to serious storyline events, as well as pre-Cataclysm raids, instance runs, and World PvP. Our RP style is lighthearted, fun, and creative. We are a neutral aligned guild, but base ourselves within the Horde.



If you have any questions please contact Masquerade or Clink in game.

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Here is an example of our weekly guild event "Raid of the Brigade", that takes place on Saturdays.

The Saturdays alternate between a World PvP raid and a Vanilla or BC content PvE raid.

This past weekend we raided the Sunwell, loot going for roleplay gear. <3


And another PvE Raid, this time The Black Temple.

Drop me some Warglaives already, Illidan!


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The Dragonhawk Brigade has ceased to exist. In it's place a new Brigade was formed, its name:

(D)efeating boredom with ®andom (A)cts of fun and (G)etting rich by (O)ffering our (N)otorious skills to the (H)orde and (A)lliance, and exploring the (W)orld's best (K)ept secrets...Brigade!

...or D.R.A.G.O.N.H.A.W.K. Brigade, for short.

*Masquerade crosses her arms, wearing a slight grin as she looks at you.*

"Our goal? I'm glad ya' asked! To make life more exciting, 'a course! An' to make some gold in the process. We'll do just about anythin'- explore ruins, retrieve valuables, take on missions, you name it! Oh, and it doesn't matter if you're Horde or Alliance, so lon' as you speak Orcish. 'Sides that, we're about findin' ways 'a havin' fun, an' there won't be any part 'a the World we won't search!"

Make sure to follow along as this new chapter of the Dragonhawk Brigade begins!

If you're interested in joining, just fill out this quick and easy application at


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A Brigade Meeting in Cut-Throat Alley.



Post by Hazzlok:

Guard Captain Westwind walked nonchalantly along the northern sector of the canal district. After spending the entire night on watch, nothing sounded better than going off shift to his house in the Old Town. Of course he performed his job as expected, ensuring the streets were safe and that regular amounts of Mead were "properly" disposed of. But as he walked out of his office his entire agenda collapsed.

"Captain! we've got another case!" cried the Watchman as he bolted up the stairs of the tower, almost colliding into Westwind.

"What? Can't you see that patricide is just not interesting anymore." He replies with a yawn.

"Well, this doesn't involve any homicide...well..." The Watchman coughs. "Not that we know of yet. Apparently we've got some espionage tactics that were at play last evening."

Westwind's eyes light up, he leans towards the Watchman, "Espionage? Boy can't you see that with Variass...ehrm...King Varian, all spies have been sent to the Stockade?"

The Watchman ignored his Captain's token pessimism, a trait he acquired after being discharged from Honor Hold two years prior. "Just come see this. I'm not going to spoil the scene. But I will say the place does look a little...well, like a Bullman in a China-shop." He says with a grin, leading the way through the canal district.

As the two approach the closed door of the inn, the Captain attempts to open it. "Bastard keepers, it's Sunday by the Light!"

"Sir, this is not really an inn." He taps tree planks on the door in sequence, prompting the door to unlock. "It's a passage."

As the two walk through the hidden Cut-Throat-Alley, they approach the final house on the street; windows smashed, and the door hanging by half a hinge.

"By the brought me to what looks to be the remnants of a house party?! I should castrate you here and no-" He is interrupted by his subordinate who runs up the steps and opens the door completely. The Watchman motions for his Captain to enter; aware of what the scene looks like.

The Captain's dropped jaw is a telling reaction. The house is completely unsavory; curtains are torn, the table is covered with what looks to be butter, books are strewn across the main floor, and giant hoof prints mar the carpet.

"This Human could ever pull this type of crap off." He searches underneath the disposed books, hoping to find a clue. After taking a seat on one of the broken chairs, the Captain feels a piece of paper under his bottom. He picks the letter up; sealed conveniently in a neat, secure, envelop. On the back, the insignia of a Dragonhawk dots the seal of wax. He opens the paper, and begins to read...

"To the bastards tha' call themselves the Alliance! First off, we would be honored to take up the blame for the scene that currently besets you. We take great pride in the efficiency of our desecrations; we hope it suits you well. Secondly, we would like to thank to whomsoever claims the deed to this house for allowing us to use it for a rather important meeting in which we discussed ways in which to destroy our enemies. Ironic that these plans were concocted in our enemy's city! Do not worry however, our resident Druid Fawndeer has taken the house-cat into protective custody; she loves Eversong!

On a more serious note...

Let our intrusion be a grim reminder of the inefficient patrol system the City of Stormwind currently has established. Personally, I think it's almost as if the Captain is smashed and gives out meaningless patrol routes. (The Captain growls at this.) The real reason we intruded in your city was to announce our reemergence into the mainstream. Tha's right; D.R.A.G.O.N.H.A.W.K. Brigade is back baby, and don' you forget it! Well, we all hope you enjoy the havoc we caused; have fun cleaning up!

-Brigade Chief Masquerade and the Brigade

P.S. We have stolen the cache of Mead sitting underneath the Watchtower; we are running low.

P.P.S. If you would turn your attention to the alley, notice our little 'gifts.'"

The Captain destroys the letter, infuriated at the knowledge that his Mead has been filched by a bunch of savage, warmongers. He stomps out of the house and into the alley, where he notices arrows strewn across the entire street. On these arrows, lie small flags emblazoned with a red Dragonhawk.

He clenches his fist, "These damned Brigadiers...DAMN THEM!"


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A Foreboding Letter

Last night, amidst the the chaos of Hallow's End weekend, a mysterious message found itself bolted to the door of the Dragonhawk Brigade's base. The scroll was recovered by an anonymous agent, who found it in the same condition it is currently in, purple singe marks on the edges and a glowing orange insignia of what looks to be a dragon's claw that radiates on the center of the parchment. When crossed-checked with recent reports, the agent deduced that similar letters have begun sprawling up among almost every Horde and Alliance guild base across Azeroth.

In ominous lettering it writes:

To the members of the Horde and the Alliance,

Before anything, do not attempt to scry or charm this message to find its source; there is no trail to trace as the courier has gladly sacrificed himself so that the world may know fear once more.

For over six years, you mortal heroes have gone about your lives, fighting dragons, demons, elements, kings, so that you may secure a lasting future for you and your children. Ironic it is however, that as both the Horde and the Alliance strive to destroy the evil that has riddled this planet since its conception, it has driven you all both closer to annihilation: the only unifying force, was an enemy far greater than either union.

Even now, your nations stand on the verge of collapse. As the Wrathgate burned a wide hole through the hearts of both the Horde and the Alliance, so did it burn the banners of diplomacy. The world has seen what the wild dog will do when the Horde lets off its leash, and even so, Sylvanas and her Forsaken are allowed to remain alive, breathing, scheming.

While the Horde deals with its political turmoil, the Alliance is tearing itself farther apart, as those who advocate for peace are being stomped out of existence by those who push for war; crying out for retribution for the fallen in the Dragonblight.

While all of this is happening, the very world itself is writhing in pain; earthquakes and tempests have begun to appear on a global scale. But this is not coincidental, not in the least bit. Your days of playing hero have caused more trouble than you could ever possibly imagine: the world is literally collapsing, and it's because of you.

Titan lore had once stated that the Old Gods, those that predated the Pantheon, were so deeply rooted to Azeroth, that their "removal" would destroy the planet ten times over. So the Pantheon locked them into the deepest recesses of the planet, where our master was charged to monitor their prisons.

For eons they watched, slowly spreading their influence outside of their jails, even so much as corrupting the very aspect that acted as their warden; they were patient. Now, within this decade, you heroes have succeeded in not only "killing" one, but two Old Gods. You believe this world was safer? Surely not.

The great cataclysm that you see churning before you is due in part to your ignorance; how dare you defy even your very creators, who knew what havoc would be in store for those who tried to uproot our gods. Steel yourselves "heroes," for within the coming months, it will become ever-clearer that your golden age will never come, and that the only thing that stands in your future is the shadow of the twilight as it comes ever closer.

So shelter your frail, stock up your reserves, arm your soldiers, but in the end, it will all have been for naught: you're all going to die.

-The hour of twilight is upon us, embrace it or be eliminated!

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Recent Activity of the Dragonhawk Brigade!




Story Circle:


World Dragon Searching:




And the latest short story from our writer, Hazzlok:

"EVERYBODY GET DOWN! AWAY FROM THE CLIFFSIDE!" Screamed a soldier trying to evacuate citizens. In just ten minutes, Air and Water elementals had accessed tethers in the elemental planes and began to wreak havoc upon the Tauren's sanctuary of Thunder Bluff.

"You there citizen! Get out the wa..." The Tauren is immediately cut off as a bolt of lighting blasts right through his left shoulder, throwing him several feet into the air.

Apoko, Bobó, Avorie and Klarm overturn stakes and wooden shafts, attempting to save and escort citizens from the city and send back the elementals from whence they came. The skies above the city have never been darker: streaks of dark violet tear across the deep, tumultuous expanse like a dragon's claw tearing flesh; Azeroth cries in agony as she is literally torn apart.

Aegis and Nyissan are manning the elevators, seeing that the citizens are safely transported to the ground. As the elevator reaches the ground another time escorting a load heavier than the lift can carry, Nyissan looks up after seeing what looks to be articles of clothing being thrown from the summit.

She looks up, confirming what he thinks to be just cloth, but is aghast when there is more: dozens are being blown off the cliffside, plummeting to the plains below. As she watches, the pervasive screams tear at her ear, stabbing at the Brigadier's conscious; never has she seen and heard such horror.

As he fixates on the scene, Aegis screams at her to focus, "We must do what we can! Focus!" With that, both return to bringing the lift up to evacuate more innocents.

Up on the bluffs, the four fight with adrenal ferocity; never had they had to attack as hard and as relentless as before. Drops of sweat and exhaustion are so pervasive, but replaced by bouts of water and air, that if it weren't that exact moment, exhaustion would have killed all four of the adventurers. As the four run into a crowd of elementals, Apoko notices the primary totem at the center of the city about to collapse onto a crowd of over twenty hiding citizens; they are unaware.

As the three engage the enemy, Klarm notices the druid turn towards the collapsing structure. Before he can call out his name, the howling screech of the air elementals mutes him. Apoko waves his arms maniacally, screaming for the people to move. As the refugees start to hear what Apoko is saying, a wind elemental jumps between the Tauren and the citizens.

"Embracceeeee theee inevitablleeeee.." the elemental howls; the vocal clinging causes Apoko's hair to stand up as if static surrounds the air.

"I've nothing to say to you!" Apoko screams as he charges to attack the elemental. As the two fight, the structure continues to break down, but Apoko is unable to see if the people moved. With every second, the battle turns more to the air elemental; it is simply too strong for Apoko to kill.

As the Bobó, Klarm and Avorie finish off the group of attackers, they turn their attention to Apoko who is on the losing side of the battle. They charge to assist their ally, but before they can the unthinkable happens: the elemental summons a gust of wind so powerful that it sacrifices itself in the process. The soldiers stop and look at what happens: as the wall of air expands outward, Apoko and several buildings are knocked from their foundations and pushed off the cliffside.

The last thing in sight is Apoko, who cries out in anguish as he plummets downward. Avorie screams and charges for the edge, but Bobó holds her back. As the three watch in horror as their ally fall, streaks of lightning ignite the sky, landing on the same totem those same citizens were hiding in.

A large explosion tears right through the totem, causing the support beams to give in. The last image shows the building collapsing, knocking over bridges, buildings and elementals along the way. As for the citizens: there's no way of knowing.

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It was all sunshine and clear skies when the Brigade arrived in Booty Bay. Masquerade was waving her hand high in the air as new Agents arrived on the scene, chattering excitedly with the exception of one not-so-chipper Nexys. Her own excitement couldn't be stilled however, as she ushered the collection of elves, trolls, and occasional goblin into the Tavern.

Looking skyward, she guessed that it was getting close to the designated meeting time and headed inside herself. As far as she knew the Alliance pirates that had taken interest in the Brigade's services was a group known as the Redblade Corsairs. She wasn't too familiar with Alliance groups herself, but being as this was a job opportunity and the Brigade's funds were beginning to run low, she'd take just about anything. Not to mention they rarely got requests from the Alliance anyways - so she was looking forward to this.


They arrived few in number but with dominating presence. Led by Cuergo, the Redblade Corsairs spent little time with small talk and were eager to get down to business. After being asked to move the party outdoors, an elf by the name of Tenris joined them as designated translator. While fluent in common, it was easy to see that Tenris was uneasy...especially after he was offered over to the Brigade as part of their payment.

Glad to have a new man-slave for the Brigade, but still wanting more, Masquerade was assured that a large sum of gold would be transferred for a successful run. Though if any of the Corsairs were harmed in the transaction, the deal was off.


As far as the deed itself, the Brigade was to stake out a tower in Dustwallow marsh as the Corsairs rode by in their caravan as bait. When the Alliance military group known as the Seventy Third, stationed in Theramore, arrived on the scene to arrest the pirates, the Brigade would spring into action - devastatingly maiming any and all members of the 73rd while leaving the Redblade Corsairs unharmed.

And so with the details sorted out and the site thoroughly scouted, one final assurance was required. Two captives, one of the Brigade and one of the Corsairs, were traded as insurance. Nyali bravely volunteered to go with the Alliance Pirates while the Brigade received a priest by the name of Venedict. The two groups parted ways, to be reunited the night the deal was to be carried out.


The evening of the attack arrived. Brigadiers assembled in the abandoned cave of the Brood-Mother Onyxia, awaiting the signal to attack. Tension was high, and as the minutes past they became more and more restless. Finally the signal arrived. A soft ping on Masquerade's communicator broke the silence and they flew into formation.

Scouts sent word of the Seventy Third's precautions. Their target was moving quickly to Theramore's gates, but the Brigade met them along the stone bridge, cutting them off. The Alliance military dropped as Corsairs ran free, headed for the city.


The unsuspecting 73rd were quick to fall. The Brigade marched into Theramore, spirits high, and did what they do best - wreaked havoc! Civilians ran screaming from the Horde agents as they trashed the Alliance city, placing banners of red and gold as they went.

As her Agents had their fun, Masquerade met with their employer. Cuergo and his pirates were waiting in the Tavern's basement. The Brigade Chief was met with no hostility and offered a sly grin to the human, who returned the expression. Vengeance was met, spirits were high, and for now the two groups of opposing factions could see eye to eye.


Venedict was returned, the payment received, and the Brigadiers returned to their base with a large feast to greet them. All in all, it was a good day.

((Some screenshots I thiefed from Tovann. :P ))

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*~ <The Dragonhawk Brigade> is now 12/12! ~*


After only 8 weeks of raiding, (with a few weekends off in between) The Dragonhawk Brigade is now

a 12/12 Raiding/RP guild with a few heroic bosses under our belt as well!

Which means...[Reins of the Dark Phoenix] !

Congratulations DHB!

Edit: Note that we ended our 4.1 progression at 5/13 heroic. (With a remaining 2% on Heroic Nefarian)

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[REALM FIRST! Guild Level 25]


CONGRATULATIONS Dragonhawk Brigade! Our dream of becoming Twisting Nether's Realm First! Guild Level 25 has become reality! Thanks to all of you, an RP GUILD has managed to succeed where even the largest Raiding guilds have failed....and we dedicate it to you, Twisting Nether Gazette! The roleplayers on this server deserve to be recognized, and hopefully in time we'll become known as the BEST RP/PvP server out there!

Thank you to everyone who made this happen. Dragonhawk Brigade, you are an amazing group of people that I couldn't imagine being without. I couldn't ask for better guildies. <3

Beginning at 3 am server, <The Dragonhawk Brigade> was hard at work turning in 25 dailies each and grinding dungeons for Guild EXP. Throughout the whole day we had at least 25 people on and contributing, some staying the whole duration of 20 HOURS that it took to reach Guild Level 25! At 10:35 pm, we finally met our goal with 48 people online to witness it.



After much celebrating and ear-shattering over vent, the Guild headed to Orgrimmar to test out our latest Guild Perk - [Mass Resurrection]!



Then it was time for a few Guild photos. Everyone online headed to our new 'Pirate' base, Dragonhawk Island, and boarded The Stormrunner on our [Kor'kron Annihilator]s and our [Dark Phoenix]s!


Thank you to everyone who supported us all the way through! <The Dragonhawk Brigade> continues to glow and flourish every day, thanks to Twisting Nether.

We wouldn't want to be anywhere else.


Kor'kron Annihilator


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A Dragonhawk Brigade Story:

By Tia's Grace

By Tianisa of the Dragonhawk Brigade


After the wedding, which was a quite lovely affair even if Lady Aranella looked anything but happy, the guests were shown into the large banquet hall with tables all in the back of the room and an area for dancing at the front. Tia led her family (and the two dates) over to the table that was marked with the Manastrega crest. Tia, Drasti and Seli all chatted happily about how well Tia’s dress looked on Lady Aranella, the bright yellow dress, the traditional color for noble brides, had been carefully offset with cream lace and a multitude of tiny pearls that dotted the various embroidery patterns. Tia received many compliments on the dress as well as a few young girls begging for their own dresses. Once all of the guests had taken their places, the dinner service began. Multitudes of servants appeared from the sides of the hall, all carrying very fancy boxes that were all tied with yellow ribbon.

“Oh joy!” Tia exclaimed, knowing what was contained in the boxes.

“What are those, mama?” Adrastia asked, a slight frown creasing her forehead.

Tia shook her head and waited for a box to be set in front of each one.

“Open them carefully!” Tia told the table, carefully untying her own ribbon. The rest of the table carefully followed suit, curious as to what first course would come in a box.

Tia flipped open her lid and quickly grabbed the mana wyrm that was inside.

“Mana wyrms!” Adrastia exclaimed happily. “I haven’t had a mana wyrm in years.”

Selidraene and Antino looked slightly confused on how to consume such a thing; Antino attempted to bite it and received a mana bolt to the tongue.

“No dear, you absorb it, like so,” Tia closed her eyes and a burst of blue light came from her hands as the wyrm disappeared. Tia smiled and sighed as the burst of magic filled her veins, invigorating her.

“Pull the power from the wyrm into you. Much like absorbing bloodthistle, but only with your hands. Concentrate on pulling it into you.”

Crudus’ hands glowed blue while Tia was speaking, breathing deeply as his own wyrm was absorbed. Ophion and Adrastia were the next to succeed as they had both had mana wyrms before on very special occasions. Mana wyrms were expensive creatures, but the absorption of a wyrm could last an Elf a month. After he absorbed his, Phio reached over to Seli and repositioned her hands as she struggled with her wyrm.

“You can hold it tight, you won’t damage it,” he said. “A firm grip is important.”

Adrastia whispered soothingly to her wyrm, leaning in close as it vanished. Antino struggled briefly with his, then seized it by the tail and briskly whacked its head against the table. He flashed a satisfied smile and absorbed the stunned creature.

Seli nodded and a few moments later the blue glow surrounded her hands. Seli took an unexpected deep breath and shifted in her chair. She began to talk to Phio then about how she’d never had a mana wyrm before and continued rambling on from there. As much as Tia loved Seli, she also had the ability to turn the younger elf out. Phio sat beside her seemingly enraptured though. Tia frowned, usually Phio was attentive but he actually looked like he was greatly enjoying listening to Seli. She turned her head away from her son when she felt Crudus put a hand on her thigh and softly squeeze. Her frown creased deeper, Crudus knew better than to act this way in public. When she looked up at Crudus, he leaned over and kissed her.

‘What is going on?’ she thought, thinking about what may have been causing such behavior.

Tia leaned back and began looking around; several other tables had all of the various couples kissing. She glanced to the head table, Lady Aranella was frowning too. Then Tia felt the wave of desire hit her.

“Oh no,” she murmured, wincing as Antino absorbed his wyrm with Adrastia sitting very close to him.

Lady Aranella’s new husband seemed to be looking extremely pleased. Tia leaned over to Crudus, fighting the urge to kiss him.

“It would be most pleasurable for me if you began counting, my love,” she told him in a low voice. “I shall return very soon.”

Crudus began counting, happily watching her as she got up from the table and hurried quickly over to Lady Aranella.

“My lady,” she began, pausing for a moment to curtsy. “What were those mana wyrms fed?”

Aranella’s eyebrows rose.

“I don’t know, I didn’t feed them. Do you think that is what is wrong?”

Lady Aranella’s new husband smiled wider, “I fed them. It was a blend I got from a trader. He said that the blend would cause luck and happiness for the whole night. So I bought a whole bag of it and fed it to all the wyrms.

Tia’s eyes widened, “Was it purple?”

He looked at Tia surprised, “Why yes, how did you know?”

“Oh dear Gods,” Tia said, covering her mouth. “You fed them all desire dust. You’ve… oh dear me.”

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Plastered on every known Warchief's Command Board and across the vast majority of Azeroth's taverns is the following flyer...


Apply online at

Looking For Work!

"I'm bored!"exclaims an irritable-looking redhead as she fiddles with one of the multiple dials on her goggles. Several heads turn in the Brigade Chief's direction as she paces across the Dragonhawk Brigade's lounge. Coming to an abrupt stop she grips balcony railing and bellows with all her might, "Doesn't anyone have a mystery they need solved?! A damsel to be rescued!? A village to be plundered?!! I'll take ANYTHIN'!"

The Dragonhawk Brigade is always on the lookout for more RP opportunities. More than anything we enjoy RPing with other guilds and characters, acting as mercenaries for both the Horde and Alliance. So if you find that your storyline could use a little Dragonhawk Brigade to spice things up, don't hesitate to contact us! Feel free to PM me over TNG or send Masqueraide / Clink a in-game message with your ideas. No actual gold is needed to hire us, simply roleplaying the transaction is sufficient! DHB hosts plenty of experienced roleplayers, PvPers, raiders, and just about anything else you might need. We love getting involved in plotlines, cross-faction RP, and guild events in the name of RP! So let us know before other plans are made!

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With the upcoming patch 4.3 and Transmogrifier NPC, The Dragonhawk Brigade will be running weekly old-content raids for previous gear sets!

In case you haven't read the blue post, here it get EXCITED!

Originally Posted by MMOChampion:

You’ve been asking for it, and we were listening. In patch 4.3 you’ll be able to customize the appearance of your weapons and armor like never before.

The Ethereals, emerging from the nether, will bring with them a new technology they call Transmogrification. They’re heading to the capital cities of Azeroth to set up shop and to offer adventurers a unique service -- copying the appearance of one magical item onto another. They only ask for a modest gold donation to recoup their costs.

Visiting a Transmogrifier will present players with a new interface that will allow them to change the appearance of an item while retaining its original stats. This means that you can raid in your paladin tier 12 Immolation set, but look like you’re wearing Lightbringer, while priests can bring Benediction back -- at least in spirit. Hunters can once again roam the jungles of Stranglethorn Vale in their tier 2 Dragonstalker set. You could even slip into the saucy tailored Black Mageweave set for that matter. You know, with the thigh highs, and the little gloves, and the cute little… ahem.


Placing an item into the Transmogrifier interface will offer a preview of how the item will appear once the change is applied. However, not all item pairings are compatible with Transmogrification. In general, only items that have stats can be used in the transmogrification process. You must also be able to wear both items when using this service. Ethereals don’t have much in the way of ethics, but allowing someone to appear as if they’re equipping unusable items crosses the line. Similarly, they won’t allow you to change weapon or armor types. Sneaky death knights can’t make that breastplate look like a cloth robe, and you can’t make a one-handed axe look like a two-handed axe, or transform a sword’s appearance into that of a mace. Guns, bows, and crossbows will be the exception to this rule. You will finally be able to retain your dwarf’s racial gun bonus while appearing with all the splendor and elegance of a bow wielder (or at least the relative silence of one).


Placing items into the Transmogrify interface will increase the gold cost of the process, and clicking the Transmogrify button (assuming you have the necessary funds) will put the appearance change into effect. The process can be reversed by clicking the undo icon on each item, and then hitting the Transmogrify button once more to save the changes. Any item that’s transmogrified will have text indicating it’s been altered by the process for all to see, similar to the item tooltip callout for reforged items.


Transmogrification encourages players to hold onto items with sentimental or aesthetic value, and the Ethereals anticipate that personal bag and bank space will be at a premium now that everyone will be hoarding their frilly pantaloons and leather jerkins. In anticipation of this new demand for additional storage space, they’ll be introducing a unique Void Storage service.


Runs will be on Saturdays at 8pm!

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Have you been to the Fairbreeze Faire yet?!


This is a weekly event hosted by the Dragonhawk Brigade, open to the entire community.

Simply contact Masquerade or Clink every other Sunday at 8:30 pm for an invite!

Each week the location will change as well as the event and prizes. So what are you waiting for?

Come one, come all to the Fairbreeze Faire!

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Brigade Report, Issued by Executive Financial Supervisor Clink Flintsprocket. The proclamation reads:

In Masquerade's absence I've taken it upon myself to name a new Brigade General. While the Agent has not been a member for very long, I recognize him as a valuable asset to the Brigade. He has taken on many of our more difficult contracts in recent months and proven himself to be a loyal and dedicated Agent.

Under my leadership along with my fellow officers, we will continue forwards and strive to accomplish the dream Masquerade had in mind for the Brigade- endless riches and honor beyond any mortal's greatest imaginings. Follow me, and we will achieve these goals and more.

Attached are a series of images depicting the night's events.


The current officers of the Dragonhawk Brigade. From left to right: Selidraene, Kiyohime, Altherion, Clink, and Everek.

Not pictured: Bobo, Masquerade.


Altherion stands before the assembled Brigade, a promotional medallion around his neck.


The Brigade decides to celebrate by ransacking Ironforge, home of the dwarves.


Clink used goblin-made explosives to blast open the safe in the Bank of Ironforge.


The Brigade proceeds to the Hall of Arms located in the Military Ward, slaying their battlemasters.


Finally, the assembled Agents commandeer the tram between Ironforge and Stormwind, holding it against incoming attacks by Alliance.

FOR THE HORDE! Victory for the Dragonhawk Brigade!

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The Dragonhawk Brigade is now hosting Tavern Night, every Saturday at 8pm! Commonly located at a wonderous tavern on the new continent! Events, games, prizes, and more!

Already prepared for Pandaria, we have two raid teams going. Whisper Rukthorm or Belicosa for details.

Contact any of our Officers for news or an interview.

All hail the Supreme Overlord, Masquerade. (She got her name fixed!) With her return, the Faire should start becoming a more regular event.

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"Move aside, Altherion! I'll be making the announcements here!"

Fairbreeze Faire

"The Fairbreeze Faire is back in full swing once more! The festivities will be taking place on Sundays now, invites given at 8:30 pm (server). The Faire remains a bi-weekly event, so make sure to ask a Dragonhawk Brigade member if the event is taking place that week. We will still be giving out a door prize to non-Brigade members as well, so tell your friends!"

Lixxel's Duel Club

"The Dalaran sewers have been busy with the attendance of duel club members. Test your strength against your fellow level 90s in a tournament-style bracket to win the final prize! This week the duels take place on Friday at 8 pm (server). Oh, but if anyone asks...nah, forget it. You can say I told ya."

Altherion's Tavern Nights

(See RP Events Forum for multiple postings)

"Join the Brigade at the Wyvern's Tail tavern every saturday night for fun, drinking, and even more drinking! We're totally Gravy's favorite customers, don't let him tell you otherwise! (I swear, I'll pay back the bar tab next week. Promise!) Anyways, if you want to know more you gotta ask Altherion himself. Who knows what's going on in that goofy dead brain of his."

Team Leibowitz - Pet Battles!

"A dastardly trio of evil battlepet trainers has emerged! Help fight them off and prevent the villains from raiding Brigade coffers. Fight against Aidrianna's level five team, Peejee's Level 15 team, or the mysterious leader's level 25 team. They must be defeated in succession, otherwise their evil plans will succeed! And as a reward for saving the Brigade's treasury, you will be granted a small portion of it's funds for standing up to the trio. You won't get away with this, Team Leibowitz!"

((Remember, all of the above events are IC events. So remain in character at all times. Hope to see you there!))

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