The world is changing at a break-neck pace, and if we don't step up, we'll be left behind - and that means leaving others vulnerable to myriads of threats. We will be a broken shield, useless at best and at worst, dangerous in our floundering attempts to help. Few are beyond redemption, and to give up on those who can still be helped and forged into better versions of themselves, help make the world a better place and assist others in need...that's a crime in of itself, in my opinion.

– Cdr. Mirchea Kul'Therin-Soltair

The Argent Advance
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Mirchea Kul'Therin-Soltair

Chain of Command:

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December 2019

Previous Names:

Argent Engineer Corps.




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Argent Advance · Argent Bulwark · Argent Crusade · Argent Dawn · Argent Onslaught · Brotherhood of the Light · Historical Society · Corps of Engineers · Chaplain Corps · Decoration Committee

Important Individuals

Maxwell Tyrosus · Tirion Fordring · Eligor Dawnbringer · Nicholas Zverenhoff · Eitrigg · Dilan Ravenshield · Lantos Swiftsong · Rease Stoneheart · Orwell Alexis Corett · Mirchea Kul'Therin-Soltair

See also, Argent Crusade, House of Reynolds, Argent Lordaeron

Originally founded as an offshoot of the Argent Corps of Engineers with a global area of responsibility, the Argent Advance was re-named and re-tasked by the Argent Crusade with focusing diplomatic efforts in Kalimdor and specifically the heart of the Horde - Orgrimmar. As such, their focus has been on improving relations between the Horde and the Argent Crusade by assisting its people and government with existential threats, such as the Scourge, Cult of the Damned activity, Twilight Cult and other troubles. Additionally, Cdr. Kul'Therin has pushed for granting humanitarian assistance, with the establishment of health clinics, learning centers, and aide with building other infrastructure aimed at bettering the lives of the common people of the Horde.

Much to the consternation of some, Cdr. Kul'Therin and the Advance have been adamant on giving those of a somewhat 'darker' persuasion a chance within the Crusade - Death Knights, San'layn, Warlocks, Illidari and Shadow Priests are welcome within its ranks, provided they can abide by the codes of conduct and three tenants. They also have contracting positions, for those who might not fit into the Crusade's ranks, but still want to help their cause.

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