City Life

Electoral candidates prepare for debate and election


In spectacular premiere, the people of Stormwind will be called to vote for Old Town's Commissar in the elections organized by The Citizen Congress. Here are the candidates and their manifestos. Don't miss the debate February 9th and the elections February 12th.

Squared Circle and Steel Chains


The roar of the crowd, the scent of blood, bones, and ashes.  Has the Horde turned its back on its former Warchief?  Who are these slaves to violence, and why do they fight?

Stormwind's Congress launches Fundraising

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The past week was a great week for the Citizen Congress the Fundraising will be able to provide food, shelter and education for the homeless children of Stormwind City. What what was done to reach this goal? The Argent Post was informed and got involved!

Will Stormwind end up in the dirt?


Stormwind has never been so ruined as it is today, something we used to call 'The Park' that had been utterly destroyed by the flames of Deathwing still lies and ruins and hasn't been touched since. Are there any guardsmen left? Will we even be prepared when the next monsters appear at our gates?

Mage quarters alive like never before!


Meetings, readings, gatherings and whatnot. It is all happening in the jolly pink quarters most people in Stormwind had forgotten about. This week there had taken place a reading for wizards, mages and those interested. The event was organized by the Covenant of Wizardry.

City life: Packs, or criminal gangs?


The city of Stormwind has a new kind of plague roaming the streets: Criminal worgen. Guards state that over eighty per cent of their cases revolve around Worgen acting violently towards other citizens, or fighting out rivalries in the street. What causes this violent behaviour within the Worgen? Is it a Gilnean trait to turn to crime easier? We asked a few people on the street! 

Law-enforcers, unite!

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"Can't walk the streets without encountering a fight these days!" An often heard statement. The law is being broken left and right, and law-enforcers seem unable to do anything about it! Enough, says lieutenant Rowe of the Stormwind Bulwark. Together with the Stormwind City Watch and the Southern Council, law-enforcement seems to be reuniting again! 

Peaceful meeting ends in death


During what is said to have been a peaceful meeting at the keep between members of the Royal Court and the civilian movement calling themselves the Redshirts, Brigadier Grelind Stormfeather and Lord Shonn Bayerleyn called upon their soldiers to assault the Redshirts and kill them if they did not take off their red shirts. The event ended with the tragic death of one of the Redshirts' supporters

Mounting unrest in Stormwind


Stormwind has had its fair share of riots and protests in the past, and people no longer seem to be surprised to find some skirmish going on in front of the Keep. 
But a new sort of resistance has popped up recently, and agitators in red shirts pop up all around the city, demanding to be heard. Will this lead to a riot, or worse, rebellion? 

Watchmen under fire


The Stormwind City Watch has been the first line of defence against crooks and bandits since Anduin Wrynn wore short pants. Yet a new, shocking story prompted us to investigate: How well does the City Watch serve the city's interest? Is there more to it than meets the eye? Read and judge the scandals! 

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