Last time, Hildegaar revealed to Unia that a demon had been using their home plane to hide while engaging in attacks on Earth. Unia knew this meant the five elves would have to cross the planes from Tyria back to Earth. But what of the charr cub they were raising? Flintlock had never crossed those planes before.
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Last time, Hildegaar Freyasdottir and her entourage arrived in Fort Salma, waiting for the five elves to return from Lion’s Arch.
Last time, Shani and Abisayo revealed that they were not the only elves to have crossed over from their planar home to Tyria.
Last time, Shani and Abisayo learned that the Valkyries, lead by Hildegaar Freyasdottir had come to Tyria with four of her soldiers. Now they had to break the news to the others, along with spilling it that they were approached by the Order of Whispers.
Last time, Shani and Abisayo received an interesting invite from the Order of Whispers. And they learned that they aren’t the only elves on Tyria.
Last time, Flintlock began getting better and better not only with language, but also with her ability to read people. Now, an old promise is revealed, as an ancient organization approaches two of the elves.
Last time, Flintlock celebrated her first birthday. She was becoming much more accustomed to language around the five elves, and even picked up on the different languages they spoke. And the elves began to take note of Flintlock`s gut feelings toward people, especially those who were not so welcome.
Last time, the young Flintlock began understanding the world around her and growing closer to her mother. It wouldn’t be too much longer before the young cub would grow up.
Last time, the five elves finally came up with a name for the Charr cub. Flintlock Burnfur. Flintlock began talking and understanding things, which only means that she would begin understanding more and more things.
Last time, Durmond Priory Archivist Grishnack Soulclaw inspected the condition of the charr cub in the care of the four elves, and found it to be adequate. This doesn’t mean that the adventures of caring for cub are over. In fact, they are just beginning.