Mission Debriefing: The Knights of Eorzea return to Gyr Abania once to more to contribute to the war effort. The resistance has been losing ground recently and are in desperate need of support. With the Garleans pushing forward the Alliance and the resistance have been forced to hold up in Castrum Oriens. They have reached out to many independent orders including the Knights of Eorzea. By accepting the call the Knights will be sent behind enemy lines to show a presence to the Ala Mhigan people. They will be required to patrol a main road leading through the fringes that has seen a unusual amount of imperial activity recently. The mission is more for moral purposes than anything so stopping to help the locals with any troubles they may have is a must. Engaging imperial forces should be seen as a great risk and done lightly, With the ammount of activity on those roads we expect Imperial patrols to be heavily reinforced.
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|The knights were sent out on a rather basic patrol of the roads around Gyr Abania. The mission was to improve local standing and keep a eye out for Imperial activity. They decided to split into two separate groups, One group that would be scouts and another that would be support.The scout group quickly headed down the road and were met by a farmer who was transporting food to the nearby village. After some convincing the man told them that he would give them information if they found his missing chocobo, The knights agreed and headed off towards the mountains where the chocobo was last spotted. While they did that the support group had stumbled across a broken imperial gunblade, They then agreed to split up with the other group to investigate some strange tracks along the road. The support group would quickly discover a group of imperials coming their way along the road, Sigmund would recognise the imperials as Skjalls men, The same men that had betrayed the knights not too long ago. meanwhile the scout team had found their missing chocobo but it had somehow got itself stuck ontop of a large pillar. They attempted to calm the chocobo and get it to come down but would quickly discover that it was injured. It was then that a imperial patrol escorting a large and unusual looking magitech tank came their way. The group dashed to find cover but Arjn was spotted. He spoke with the patrol and they were generaly kind and helpful, they helped him get the chocobo down then went on with their patrol. They headed right for the support group and skjalls men. both the support group and Skjall men would quickly hide from the patrol and it would pass without issue. Skjalls men would disappear without a trace|
The Knights of Eorzea went back to Namai to secure the village and hold of the impending attack by the Imperials, specifically one organized and plotted by Legatus Ahenobarbus. Not needing to explain the situation in any great length, The knights that showed up in defense of Namai would be split into two teams. One would be sent to the North to defend the entrance leading into the village there while the other half of the knights would be sent south to hold a bridge at that location. With both teams in position all there was left to do was wait. They didn't have to wait long as the Imperials marched onto Namia emerging from the mist like ghosts as they charged at the Knight's with ferocity.
The sound of steel sung through the air and the explosive power of gun's echoed high. The imperials were taken off guard as the knights demonstrated their full experience. The soldiers sent by Ahenobarbus, were not experienced enough to take on the seasoned fighters of the Order and with time it was clear who'd be the victor this night. The Imperials fled, and the Knights had found themselves with a Victory. Of course that victory came with some cost as a few within the Order had taken some serious hits, no one more serious then the wounds inflicted upon Sigmund Lorimer. With that the knights fell back to Namai and to their Airship where they would tend to the injured and prepare themselves for the next assignment.