Anslym stood just by the fountain in the trade district when another earthquake hit the cobble stone streets of Stormwind. Aftershocks. Ever since his collapse in Northrend, none of the quakes affect Anslym as bad, he had shielded himself from the earth’s cries of agony.
“Come buy your Earthquake proof footwear!” a tenatious gnome engineer yelled. His product were a pair of shoes with large suction cups attached underneath. Perfect for remaining upright during an earthquake, not really practical for walking Anslym thought. When he saw the gnome try to take a step he smiled, it was the first time he smiled since reading Stalkuren’s last letter:
As soon as he had read the lower part of the letter he frowned. Druids being slaughtered? Had it been the horde? It could be possible, Stalkuren hadn’t mentioned anything about the druids being Tauren. Then again he hadn’t said anything about them just being Night Elves either. The next letter he recieved was one he hadn’t been expecting:
On the other page it mentioned all sort of plans that have been intecepted from the Twilight’s Hammer Cult, it also mentioned that Anslym was to meet with the Earthen Ring member just outside the Sormwind bank. Which is where Anslym was headed before the earthquake had struck. Just as the letter had said, the Twilight’s hammer was behind these incidents in Stormwind. Anslym had inflitated, arrested, and ruined the plans of these cultists and truth be told Anslym was exhausted! Just as Anslym was reaching the gathering of the Earthen ring the skies turned an ominous shade of gray, gusts of wind had begun whipping down the streets taking the citiezns of suprise.
“The elementals are invading!” yelled the Earthen ring.
“Protect Stormwind from utter devestation, Heroes of the Alliance!” King Varian Wrynn yelled as he ran the first elemental through with Shalamayne, “Grab the sandbags provided by the Stormwind Guard and protect the city from further harm!” Anslym did as instructed and loaded up his back with as many sandbags as he could carry. He headed towards the Canal between the park and the Cathedral disctrict. As he approched he saw something that made his stomach turn over. Waves as tall as blackrock mountain itself destroyed ships dock in the harbour, turned them into toothpicks! Anslym turned his back on the harbour and began setting up sandbags to protect the park from being damage too heavily. Thats when the elemental attacked.
Anslym turned to face a water elemental that began visiously attacking him. Anslym tried to cast lightning bolts or lava bursts but was silenced each time with a mouthfull of water each time. He could feel his lungs filling with water. A searing pain in his lungs was the only thing telling him he hadn’t died yet when all of a sudden the water was released and he fell on his hands and kneels on the hard cobblestone. A human mage had stepped up and began attack the water elemental with their combined efforts they managed to subdue the elemental when an air elemental came by and began to attack them. Once again they managed to subdue it but not before it managed to explode blowing Anslym back behind the barricade. Beyond the barricade bodies littered the ground. A Dwarven warrior lay, water trickling out of his mouth. A druid in catform had soaked fur but looked to be partially incased within an iceblock. Two humans had been blown against a wall, thier skulls crushed by the impact, a wolf was nudging one of them. Anslym cast a simple healing spell on the wolf to keep its strength up when he heard the mage yell out.
Rushing to his aid Anslym managed to reach the mage to see a water elemental that was swimming in the Canal reach out and scoop him into the canal. But not before he could scream and point to the sky up above the park. Anslym tried to aid the mage but once he failed he turned to see what the mage had been afraid of. He quickly prayed for the water elemental to return and take him as well.