Front Page: Prince Proves Military SuperiorityEdit
Pushing his forces in Doraat, a strategic position for the Godwin faction, the Prince succeeded in capturing the city. In the middle of the battle, the people of Doraat threw open the castle gates, which contributed greatly to the Godwin Army’s defeat.
The news of the Queen’s Knights setting fire to Lelcar spread throughout the Queendom so, wanting to avoid similar fate, the people of Doraat were probably trying to evacuate as quickly as possible.
With the capture of Doraat, His Royal Highness is now in control of more than two-thirds of Falena. The Loyalist Army holds an overwhelming advantage over the Godwin faction.
Back Page: Twilight Rune UsedEdit
The siege on Doraat ended in triumph for the Prince, but “The Dawn Times” has learned that the Godwin faction in it’s desperation for victory, brought the sacred Twilight Rune into battle. The Queen’s Knight Alenia held the rune but was unable to handle its power, nearly causing the Rune to go berserk.
The Prince’s forces have strongly condemned this action. Not being Falenan royalty, it is blasphemous for the Godwin faction to bring the Twilight Rune – a sacred symbol of the Royal House of Falena – onto the battlefield.
Side notes: Portraits of the Enemy: AleniaEdit
This time, “Portraits of the Enemy” takes a look at the traitorous Queen’s Knight Alenia, who recently carried the Twilight Rune into battle during the siege of Doraat.
Her father, also a Queen’s Knight trained her with a blade. When he fell in battle during the Armes invasion. Alenia said that he “died because he was weak.” Thus, she hates for anyone to imply that she is following in her father’s footsteps or trying to avenge his death.
For some time she has, made no secret of her strong affinity for the Godwin faction – or rather, the Godwin Family itself. This affinity is thought to be the reason for her betrayal, unlike Zahhak and his unshakable convictions. Indeed, Alenia seems to often act based on emotion rather than logic.