[Elder Scrolls Online]
Inquest Compendium Newsletter
The Inquest Compendium started last year when the former founder of Red Rook Company in Guild Wars 2 decided to move to a new MMO to start a guild for the ChroniclesRP. Since then, a lot has happened to the Inquest Compendium. The beauty of this community is that you always have RPers to connect with, this was also the case with the ESO guild. We started with a few known faces from the community and started expanding as months went by, it always stayed (by design) as a small guild that focused on quality roleplay instead of just a bunch of grunt soldiers who's players couldn't enjoy their time there. Instead, in the Inquest Compendium, all members were and still are always encouraged to really put their character into these adventures and have them develop there.
As time went by, and the guild plot evolved, we saw more and more new arrivals into the guild, such as Carolyn Desmer (a young and ambitious breton mage who taught classes to other members and mastered telekinesis and teleportation), Cassandra Hawksford (a noble breton woman who has strong experience in diplomacy and trading), Aiyanna Aponi (a clever and kindhearted bosmer who's investigative skills are nearly unmatched), and more!
What once started as a guild full of known and long time members of the ChroniclesRP such as Ryykal, Tonee, Verrick, Seraphhina and more, turned into somethnig bigger... Something that grew and became a successful Roleplay Guild that followed the goals of our community; to connect roleplayers together and bring their stories to life.
We've had our ups and downs as is always the case with new roleplaying guilds. We've seen members join and never attend, participate or even speak to others. We've seen activity dwindle to 1-2 members per event. We've dealt with drama from members both in the guild and in the community discord. If you're reading this, you're starting a new guild in any MMO and you're having some of these issues, know that you're not alone and that in the ChroniclesRP you can ask for help and you'll have kind and helpful people who will jump on the opportunity to help you stabilize and grow your guild.
The Inquest Compendium, now established near Arenthia in Reaper's March briefly stopped focusing on their mission to protect Nirn from powerful and dangerous artifacts as rumors of imperial spies has infiltrated the town. Through investigating these rumors, they discovered that the spy was only the tip of the iceberg. The true goal of the newly discovered imperial necromancers were to - with the help of mercenaries - ravage Arenthia, kill her citizens and move the bodies to Elsweyr to grow the ranks of their army of the dead. Through multiple missions that took them all around Reaper's March and Stormhaven, the Inquest Compendium prepared for the attack. They recruited khajiit warclaws, prepared the city's defenses, rescued refugees and trained willing civilians to be ready when the necromancers knock at their door.
As of writing this, the attack is happening. Hundreds of arenthians and imperial mercenaries fought on the bridge to the city. The Inquest Compendium valiantly defeat the mercenaries, only to learn through the help of the clever Star'lia that their attack was but a mere distraction. Indeed, the necromancers had already breached the city walls and were about to enter the city through the Church District and swarm Arenthia with an army of skeletons.
It is now all up to the members of the Inquest Compendium to defend the city from destruction.
We've seen a lot happen in the guild's storyline and in our past, but we couldn't be happier with where we are now. We have found wonderful new people to roleplay with and bring into the ChroniclesRP, we've developped our characters and continue to do so, we've made new friends and to this day we are only looking forward. The Inquest Compendium is still a young guild, and we can't see where the future takes us.
If you'd like to know more and apply to the guild, click follow this link: https://chroniclesrp.com/chapters/inquest-compendium