|Light's Hope Chapel after its expansion.|
|组织||Brotherhood of the Light, Earthen Ring|
圣光之愿礼拜堂银色北伐军在 东瘟疫之地的行动基地. 位于东瘟疫之地的东部, 为部落和联盟的英雄都提供任务。起初，就像它的名字一样，这里只是一个小礼拜堂Originally, as the name implies, a mere chapel, it expanded into a full-fledged fortified outpost after the end of the Northrend campaign.是
The Argent Dawn 银色黎明
After Alexandros Mograine's death, some paladins separated themselves from what would become the Scarlet Crusade and formed the Argent Dawn. After leaving Tirisfal Glades, they went deep into the Eastern Plaguelands and made the Light's Hope Chapel their main base. As a new faction they allowed all races to join, even members of the Horde. From there they would fight the undead their own way, even sending most recruits to Stratholme. Even though they officially dettached themselves from the Scarlet Crusade, they still allowed negotiations with that group. Lord Raymond George was their first leader, but when he died Lord Maxwell Tyrosus took his place.
Siege of the Sanguine 血腥攻势
The Siege of the Sanguine was an attack on Light's Hope Chapel by a large army of undead Scourge led by Kirkessen the Zealous. Fortunately, the attack was quickly repelled and Kirkessen suffered an incurable wound from Lord Maxwell Tyrosus that made Kirkessen unable to serve the Scourge in corporeal form. This events are related in the Compendium of Fallen Heroes.
Some time after Alexandros Mograine was turned into a death knight, the lich Kel'Thuzad led a Scourge assault against Light's Hope Chapel. Tirion Fordring arrived and joined the Argent Dawn's forces, helping turn the tide. During the battle, Darion Mograine ran the Ashbringer through his own chest as a final act of faith and love to free his father's soul. The spirits of the thousand heroes interred below the chapel brought forth a reckoning against the Scourge then, decimating the undead ranks surrounding the troops of the Argent Dawn. Unfortunately, the price for Alexandros Mograine's soul was the soul of his son, Darion Mograine, who became a death knight himself.
Years after Arthas became the Lich King and entered deep slumber, he awoke and rallied his troops to prepare them for a campaign in the Eastern Plaguelands to raise soldiers for the Scourge from underneath Light's Hope Chapel. The Lich King arrived with Acherus: The Ebon Hold and started a bloody war again the Scarlet Crusade. The Scarlet lands fell and their death fuelled the Scourge war machine for the their main objective. Thus, the Battle for Light's Hope Chapel began. With a superior Scourge army they marched in ambush as they prepared for a final strike. When the Argent Dawn had lost a third of their forces, Tirion Fordring appeared and destroyed all of the Scourge. The remaining undead army was brought before him, and only Orbaz Bloodbane escaped. At that moment, the Lich King showed up and revealed that the main reason for the attack was to make Tirion come out of hiding, regardless of how many Scourge forces and death knights would perish. The death knight Darion had a turn of heart and gave the Ashbringer to Tirion, who used it to injure the Lich King. Arthas was forced to flee, thus ending the battle. After this event, the Argent Dawn merged with the Knights of the Silver Hand to create the Argent Crusade, an order made for the campaign in Northrend to defeat the Lich King for good.
With the death of the Lich King and the fall of Icecrown Citadel in Northrend, the Argent Dawn, now merged with the Knights of the Silver Hand and reformed into the Argent Crusade, began to rebuild and fortify the area, turning it into a beacon of light in the otherwise eternal gloom of the Eastern Plaguelands, and constructing a statue dedicated to their High Lord Tirion Fordring. The Order has continued to recruit heavily to their cause. Prospective members must complete a Trial, which involves defeating the spirit of the former leader of the Argent Dawn, Lord Raymond George.
- Chillwind Camp
- Thondroril River
- The Menders' Stead
- Hatchet Hills
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NPCs at Light's Hope Chapel
Inside the chapel