The guards mustered at Castle Blackthorn, where they were greeted coldly by Commander Forthwin. The Commander informed them that they were to set out on a mission to investigate an undead disturbance reported by the royal scouts. Once they arrived at the reported valley near Trinsic they discovered a legion of the undead wandering within it. Fighting back the dead, the guards eventually found a cave where dead seemed to be gathering around a festering death. Once dispatched the Commander pushed away the muck to find, beneath the foul, odorous remains a stone, upon which was inscribed a dark warning from, to their collective horror, the Knights of Mondain. The stone indicated Trinsic as their target of attack.
Without hesitation Commander Forthwin summoned a moongate to the city of Trinsic, where they found the undead legions of the knights had already entered the city. They pushed back the restless dead to the entrance of the city and seemed on the verge of victory when none other than the Pallid Knight himself emerged from the woods, issuing a stark warning and summoning his other companions. The Knights of Mondain made quick work of the Royal Guard, pushing them back into the city and scattering them near completely in a moment of shear chaos. Near total defeat, Commander Forthwin issued an order of retreat, commanding the guards to fight their way to the docks where he left a moongate back to Britain. At Britain, Commander Forthwin swore to take immediate action in planning an assault to retake Trinsic. The city now remains under the clutches of the dead, led by the enigmatic Knights of Mondain.