(OOC: Kalabar, this is a roleplaying forum. If you're not going to contribute to the story in any sort of understandable way, you'll just annoy people. If you want a fight, go start another thread. Don't try to hijack a game. Of course, if you want to play, and contribute to the story, go right a head.)
Tania crept through the near-deserted grounds. Those who were in the area, had heard the fighting and fled. Now that the sounds had ceased, she had volunteered to assess the damage, being easily the best suited for it. Now she hovered unseen near the castle, watching carefully.
The battlefield was strewn with the weapons of the defeated. It looked like it had been a hell of a fight. She briefly said a prayer for the brave, but foolish knights who had attempted to bring back the old way. Even less than a generation later, there were many who dismissed the Knights of Varhieght as mere myth and legend, wishful thinking. Tania knew them for who they were, however, but it didn't change the fact that the nobles would have wiped them out. But it looked like they had taken quite a few with them. She spoted a familar face on a corpse, and carefully looked around before going up to the body and kicking it viciously. That particular lord had had her uncle killed when he defied him. As she looked around again, to make sure none of the sentries had seen her, something caught her eye. The standard fluttering from inside the keep wasn't the one that had hung there previously. In fact, it was in the colors of the old Knights of Varhieght...
Had she been able to, Tania would have let out a whoop that would have been audible clear on the other side of the forest. As it was, she laughed soundlessly. Crazy fools did it! They took the castle! She almost literally jumped up and down. For the first time in her life, she thought she could see a tiny spark of hope. King Melcia had destroyed his father's work the same year that she was born. So overjoyed was she that she didn't think to check for any sentries that might be about, and just stood near the edge of the forest, grinning like an idiot.