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Time passed and the heroes split up to seek their fortune on their own separate paths, and, eventually another hero would seek shelter the abandoned inn after finding himself dreadfully lost. This hero would find old moth-eaten texts chronicling the adventures of the original group of heroes and, feeling inspired, would set out to spread the name of the Knights of the Silver Door, breathing life into the guild once more. The hero would name himself Merinor, and although they weren't necessarily the de facto leader of the guild, they still felt a certain pride for bringing the Knights back.
 
Time passed and the heroes split up to seek their fortune on their own separate paths, and, eventually another hero would seek shelter the abandoned inn after finding himself dreadfully lost. This hero would find old moth-eaten texts chronicling the adventures of the original group of heroes and, feeling inspired, would set out to spread the name of the Knights of the Silver Door, breathing life into the guild once more. The hero would name himself Merinor, and although they weren't necessarily the de facto leader of the guild, they still felt a certain pride for bringing the Knights back.
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Latest revision as of 16:14, 24 February 2020

The Knights of the Silver Door originally started out as a merry band of heroes working out of an inn in Lostway (although the door was simply painted silver it still acted as a banner to rally around).

Time passed and the heroes split up to seek their fortune on their own separate paths, and, eventually another hero would seek shelter the abandoned inn after finding himself dreadfully lost. This hero would find old moth-eaten texts chronicling the adventures of the original group of heroes and, feeling inspired, would set out to spread the name of the Knights of the Silver Door, breathing life into the guild once more. The hero would name himself Merinor, and although they weren't necessarily the de facto leader of the guild, they still felt a certain pride for bringing the Knights back.