The Myreque (pronounced "my-er-KEY") is a resistance group trying to liberate Morytania from the grasp of Lord Drakan and his vampyres.
Mort Myre Order / Burgh de Rott Order[edit | edit source]
Other members & associates[edit | edit source]
The Myreque (meaning hidden in myre) has been trying to put an end to the evil Drakans' reign of terror over Morytania.
In recent times, the Mort Myre Order has been shaken badly: first with the discovery of their base in Canifis, and then with the murders of Sani Piliu and Harold Evans.
After the attack, they realized their base was no longer safe and had to go through the trouble of finding a new one. They have since relocated to Burgh de Rott, but during the toils of moving, Ivan Strom left to go to Paterdomus, devastated that Sani had been killed. After relocating, both orders have gotten back in touch.
The Myreque soon discovered that werewolves had crossed the River Salve into Misthalin where they were kidnapping men and women and bringing them back to be blood tithed. Once the Myreque contacted King Roald of Misthalin, he reacted by enabling a "mercenary protocol" but has been tied up with the Edicts of Guthix to actually launch a full scale invasion. With the two nations now coming closer to war, the Myreque find themselves in a troubling situation.
Not long after Vanstrom Klause and Ranis Drakan went to Ver Sinhaza, also known as Theatre of Blood, to borrow a creature from Verzik Vitur to track and end the Myreque. After falling into a trap set by Vanstrom which caused the death of half of the Sanguinesti Order by a horrofic Abomination, the remaining members with the help of an adventurer managed to create the Ivandis flail, a weapon capable of harming vampyres, and the adventurer carried the Ivandis flail with them to Ver Sinhaza where Ranis Drakan was prepared to announce the end of the Myreque to the people of Meiyerditch. The adventurer used the flail to kill Ranis and afterward spoke to the people trying to instilt real hope within, showing them another way to hope and freedom than the Theatre of Blood.