There is a Trilogy recruitment thread up. Rayne and Roan are both currently open.
As for a leader, I feel like Lothor has sort of stepped up to that role. In some ways it is a natural fit for a guy who is used to being in command of troops - he has done this sort of thing before. However, he would not be comfortable, nor knowledgable enough to provide leadership to spellcasters. Nor do I, actually, although I have tried at times. (Gotta love the wall of fire) I don't know that I have the time to do the reseach Ody has been doing.
I do already have a battle plan of sorts explained in a post. We just need people posting their specific roles in the fight. A leader can't do that for them. We need to get as many of the buggers as possible.
I did see somebody posted as Rayne, I used to play her, I would be alright with posting for both so game can move on. I might stay as Rayne if nobody else in interested, I do miss playing in Trilogy. I have a post worked out right now, that I am trying to finish from Rayne as to what her course of action is for what might occur. I am willing to post Roan as well, at least for this week so game can continue, but that is because my second game hasn't started yet. I have to message Tann to see if he will give me an answer.
This spell filled the area of effect with light equivalent to full daylight which lasted until negated magically, such as with dispel magic. It could be cast at a point in the air, onto an object, or possibly onto a creature. If successfully cast on the visual organs of a creature, it was effectively blinded.
The intensity of light from this spell was sufficient to harm creatures that were harmed by bright light or direct sunlight.
Should be useful. Can be cast on a spot or a coin to make it moveable.
I am in Fort Wayne all week but I can catch up a bit in the evenings. We will want to get past the smelly dead quickly...anyone got Haste to cast on us so can zip through the 3 miles? or any other ideas...
We just spent 5 days of destruction and have warned anything else on the island that something is up.