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Guardian of Tirisfal

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Without the threat of ogres in the north, the elves of Quel'Thalas were working to rebuild their homes, and the winning Arathor army returned to their home in the rapids of the south.
  • Without the threat of ogres in the north, the elves of Quel'Thalas were working to rebuild their homes, and the winning Arathor army returned to their home in the rapids of the south.
  • Arathor's human society gradually developed and prospered. Later, because of fearing that his country would continue to expand, sooner or later, it would be fragmented. After many years of peaceful development and trade with the kingdom of Arathor, the great Thoradin was dead, and the young generation of Arathor began to freely expand the boundaries of the kingdom outside the rapids.
  • The first 100 wizards taught by the elves continued to strengthen their powers, studying in more detail the mysterious discipline of how to manipulate spells. These magicians were originally selected for their strong will and noble souls, and they always used magic with a careful and responsible attitude. However, when they passed the secrets and power of magic to the hands of the new generation, those young people had no idea about the harshness of war and the necessity of self-control.
  • Young magicians gradually began to use magic for their own benefit, not to protect their fellow citizens.
  • As the kingdom developed, new lands were opened up, and young wizards came to the south. The magicians exercise their mysterious power, protect their fellow men from the beasts, and make it possible to build new city-states in the wilderness. But as their power grew, they became more self-righteous and alienated from society.
  • Dalaran, the second city-state of Arathor, was established north of Rapids, and many fledgling wizards left the suppressed rapids to reach Lara, hoping to use their newly acquired power more freely here. These magicians created Dalaran's magical minaret, and were engaged in fanatical research.
  • The residents of Dalaran respected the hard work of the magician and established a lively trading system under their protection. However, as more and more magicians used magic, the space around Dalaran became fragile and began to break.
  • Due to the uncontrolled use of magic by the Dalaran magician, the minions of the Burning Legion that were expelled when the Well of Eternity collapsed were reintroduced back into the world. Although these relatively weak demons did not appear in large numbers, they caused some confusion in Dalaran.
  • Most of the encounters with demons were scattered incidents, and the governing Magocras Council spared no effort to conceal these events from the public. Some of the most powerful magicians are sent to catch these cunning demons alive, but usually they will find that these powerful Burning Legion minions are fighting alone, but they are far more powerful than they can handle.
  • A few months later, superstitious farmers began to suspect that their wizard rulers had intentionally concealed some terrible things. As cranky citizens questioned the motive and actions of the magicians they once praised, rumors of revolution began everywhere Spread it. Because the Magocras Council was concerned that the farmers would launch an uprising, which led to Rapids taking some action against them, they had to turn to the elves, the only allies who felt they could possibly understand the special problems they now faced, for help.
  • After hearing a report from the Magoglas Council about the demon's activities in Dalaran, the elves quickly sent their most powerful wizards to human territory. The elven wizards studied Dalaran's energy flow and then wrote a detailed report on every demon activity they witnessed. They concluded that, although few demons are now raging in the world, if the humans continue to abuse magic, the Burning Legion will still be a huge threat to the world.
  • The Silvermoon Council, which ruled the Elves of Quel'Thalas, reached a secret contract with the lords of the Dalaran Magogras Council. The elves told the Magoglas Council about the history of Gucalindo and the Burning Legion, which are still threatening the world to this day. They told humans that as long as they still use magic, they have to find ways to protect their people from the Burning Legion.
  • The Magoglas Council proposes to give their collective power to one of the strongest mortals and let him fight a never ending secret war with the Burning Legion. Fearing that people would riot due to fear and suspicion, they emphasized that most humans must not be made aware of the existence of guardians or the threat of the Burning Legion. The Elves agreed, and formed a secret society to oversee guardian elections and help curb the rise of chaos in this world.
  • The group held secret meetings in the shadowy Tirisfal Glades, the place where the elves first settled in Rodlon. Therefore, they named this secret organization the Guardian of Tirisfal. The strongest mortals were chosen as guardians and given amazing powers containing elves and human magic. Although the Guardians have always been independent, but because of such powerful power, no matter where they are, they can use their own power to resist the Burning Legion.
  • Because the guardians are extremely powerful, only Tirisfal has the power to select those who have the potential to inherit the guardian's mantle from potential mages. Whenever a guardian is too old, or tired of this secret war against evil, the council will elect a new strongman, and formally introduce the power of the guardian into this while ensuring foolproofness New agent's body.
  • Over time, the Guardians have secretly guaranteed that humans will be protected from the minions of the Burning Legion that are spread across the land of Arathor and Quel'Thalas. Arathor thrived with the spread of magic throughout the country, and the guardians continued to carefully monitor the activities of demons.
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