There is near panic in Trinsic as citizens scramble to evacuate. Warriors and mages from across the realm rush to the city to man the walls, trying to give the populace time to escape. Over the weekend, the undead warriors began employing unhuman wave attacks with massive ranks of skeletons and zombies rushing the walls, heedless of the arrows, spells, and swords of the defenders. BNN reporter Drenon is heading to Trinsic from Cove and we hope to give you a live report on the action sometime in the next few days. We'll have more news right after this important message.
[Three bell tolls] Male voice:
This is a test of the Britannia Emergency Broadcast System. This is only a test. It will effect only communication crystals tuned to this station. This is only a test. The test begins now. [Screaming] Run, run like hell! Emergency! Emergency! Get out you damn fool! Leave town! Head for the hills! Vamoose! Scram! Beat feat! Go go go! What are you waiting for? Run! [Normal voice again] This has been a test of the Britannia Emergency Broadcast System. If this had been an actual emergency, I probably wouldn't be here. I'd be halfway to Minoc and you'd be a hell hound sandwich. This concludes our test of the Britannia Emergency Broadcast System.
In other news, there have been more sightings of Sir Geoffrey and Lord Iolo in and around the city of Yew. As you know, Lord British has commanded Sir Geoffrey to capture a prisoner for interrogation. British hopes to discover who or what is behind the constant attacks on six of Britain's cities and towns. Seven people were killed and fourteen were injured this morning when a moongate transporting a group of lumberjacks accidentally opened near an orc mage and fifteen orcs on an island near Skara Brae. Unconfirmed reports state that at least one of the seven dead was killed and looted by an unidentified murderer, who then used the moongate to escape back to the mainland. And that's the news on this 33rd day of crisis in Britannia. I'm Bundor Bard.
Title: Crisis in Britannia, Day 33
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