One by one, the members of the Nameless Army’s war council assemble within Tepemkau Nebet’s humble abode. First comes, Disooki, Steelspeaker of Gichiwan. Next appears Alazne, illusory spokesgnome for the Caliphate of Nypacia. In strides Tawessu, chieftain of the warlike Ta’de’zal’é. In short order, they’re joined by Txomin the Locust, Field General of the Haggard Host. The last member of the council to arrive, Princess Mexa, immediately starts an argument with their host, the chilly archlich.
Once egos are smoothed and apologies made, The Nameless Company calls the meeting to order. Princess Mexa first delivers the report of Vark, her spymaster within the Palace Airborne, and his news of the war. He reports on the enemy’s numbers, their positioning and worst of all, their secret weapon – Alpharazon and Asborolkash, the long-lost Wyrmling Princes, now fully matured and devotedly loyal to Metarkh Ptolomos and Truarkhism. In the face of these staggering odds, The Nameless Company debates their true options.
In the end, they decide a surgical strike is necessary, to infiltrate Ptolomos’ inner sanctum and incapacitate as much of his operation as possible. After much debate, a target is selected – Ûbolya, Craftmistress of House Topaz. Their hope is to kidnap the dwarven artificer and coerce some means to deactivate the warforged legions from her. It is a faint hope, but the only way The Nameless Company can contrive to even the very stacked odds they face.