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Night of the Crooked Moon ~ Halls of Silverspear

What was once the proud dwarven hold of Silverspear, is now another grudge in the Dammaz Kron. Silverspear was once the primary producer of silver for all of Karak Ankor, and a well established road linked it to Karaz-a-Karak. But fate had cast another lot for this mighty hold when the hordes of Urk Grimfang stormed the hold during the Grobi Wars. Earthquakes ravaged the land, volcanoes erupted and tore the mountains to bits; little could be done to save the holds, mines, and outposts on the fringes of Karak Ankor. Silverspear, though so close to Karaz-a-Karak, was too deep into the Dark Lands. Now it is Mount Grimfang, a rotten cesspool filled with Night Goblins, a close reminder to the High King of the greatest grudges to befall Karak Ankor.

~ Rudgrin Grudgekeeper, Librarian of Karaz-a-Karak

Directly east of Karaz-a-Karak along the Silver Road lays the fallen hold of Mount Silverspear, now Mount Grimfang. As the night goblins across the Old World are stirred to action by the Bloody Sun Boyz, the threat of the Night Goblins in Mount Grimfang is too close for comfort for the High King. The Oathbearers hope to keep the night goblins of Mount Grimfang from joining forces with the Bloody Sun Boyz by dealing a ferocious preemptive strike on the hold. If the Oathbearers and the forces of Order can succeed in their assault on Mount Grimfang, then the dwarves will only have to deal with the massive Crooked Moon tribe marching from the south.

The Halls of Silverspear scenario is a three point capture scenario that takes place just within the entrance of the hold. The dwarves has come upon the shattered outer gate and hold their ground, all the while inciting the night goblins deep within the dark, grim halls to come out and fight. Between the outer gate and the deeper recesses of the fallen hold are three key points in the entrance hall. Can the forces of Destruction rally behind the Night Goblins and repel the dwarven onslaught, or will the dwarves seal the fate of Mount Grimfang?

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