|Founding date||During the Cataclysm|
|Goal||Undo all enemies of the Alliance|
|Main area of operations||Horde territory|
|Opposite faction attitude||Very hostile / suicidal|
|Friends/Allies||The Stormguard, the Hornmantled and the Darkshire Brigade|
|Rivals/Enemies||Horde forces, all that weakens the Alliance|
|Guild status||Dormant (not recruiting)|
|Recruiting Officer(s)||Yohn Middletown (every member is able to recruit)|
As the war against the Horde continues, the Alliance military officers pull all possible tricks in order to get the upperhand.
One such a trick is called the Wallwreckers.
From all corners of the Alliance men with peculiar skills were gathered to join under one banner. Equiped with fire or steel, shadowfighters or fanatic clergymen, muscles or wit, devoted or even suicidal in their ways of combat, madmen and prisoners, one sin forgiven per wall they bring down ... From all races, in whatever shape or form. All of them with a skill of their own, a trait or curse no other equips as well ... and above all, fiercely loyal to the Alliance.
Their battlecry "First to the Wall", they do what they do best: Bring down the first lines of defence of the Horde army. No task is beneath them, no life is too valuable.
They consider themselves part of the Alliance military forces. As such, they're the only ones doing so. Generally described as 'the madmen', most military officers refuse to let the regiment near them. Their lack of military discipline, the madness amongst their members, the refusal to use true military structure, makes them unloved.
1. On 20/01/2012: Èstrid Shadowstalker rejoins the ranks. Known perhaps as an original Vanguard Order member, Èstrid seems a perfect match for the job description! Note: Always good to have a shadowstalker.
2. On 20/01/2012: Moments later, Lunelra "Luney" joins as well, after witnessing a test of strength duel between Yohn and a Stormguard member. Note: Might be hard to understand, do not trust near food.
3. On 25/01/2012: Sir Bernson Ironfist joins the regiment, hailing from a noble family and having a particular hatred for the Horde. Known better as "Bernie".
4. On 29/01/2012: Thalmon decides to lend us his skills, an expert of lore and enchmantments, his presence promises to be invaluable. He's accompanied by this peculiar frog, who tends draw the attention to himself ... Help him retrieve his hat when he loses it!
5. On 02/02/2012: The draenei Darmis joins the ranks, as an Alliance loyal Draenei. The Wallwreckers will need some brute force after all ...
6. On 07/02/2012: Valtore Goodwhick lends us his skills. The man's associated with pain quite often, earning him the same nickname. Don't ask about his skills, you'll come out mistrusting him, most likely ...
7. On 08/02/2012: Matthew "Tails" Taylor, a worgen druid, asks to join the Wallwreckers. Failing to understand a word the man is saying is not entirely uncommon. Just listen very carefully!
Chapter 1: Forming Alliances - Ongoing
Chapter 2: Dangerous dealings: Attack wave 1 - Ongoing
Chapter 3: The Military State Stormwind
Chapter 4: Expanding the waves of attack
Perhaps the connection to the Stormguard is rather evident for the Wallwreckers; Loyalty to the Alliance and remorselessness are two characteristics they share, and perhaps a certain amount of ... madness?
The Night Elves of the Hornmantled aren't the most obvious of allies, and yet these two orders have fought side by side against the Horde before. Once more, there are matching characteristics, such as the loyalty to one cause, and having no second thoughts about risking a life for it. No doubt a powerful ally to have in the wild lands of Kalimdor.
A few in-character facts:
- Prospect (the novice, untrusted)
- Wallwrecker (Full member, trusted, no commanding position)
- Honour Guard (Full member, trusted to do what is right all the time)
- Warder (first officer rank, much like a sergeant, commands all the previous)
- Executioner (second officer rank, commands all of the above and help decide the direction of the Wreckers)
- Superior (Highest rank)
- Layers of Trust
To each rank, there are 3 layers of trust. These are simply guidelines, but will be handled by officers to decide who should be promoted and who not. The different layers are, from low to high: Unproven, proven and exceeded.
A few facts:
- We've got very strict policies: No ERP; No godemoting; No metagaming; ...
- Recruitment is very strict. This guild is prone to attract special characters, but the entire memberbase decides whether or not someone joins. Ninja assassins, werewolves, any sort of roleplayer with a superiority-complex needs not apply.