I have made so much progress. I feel like I be able to pain magic with me palms, mix its colours with a swirled motion of me finger, and create a violent image of rapid energy towards me opponent. Magic is beautiful. It be art.
I am so bloody tired though... me hands be raw from spell casting, my back aches for a massage, and me feet be aching from all of my wanderings in Scholazar. After I collect the three items Pishtun desires, he said he would pay for me to visit a Spa in… Continue
Added by Velhari DeMare on September 29, 2010 at 8:01pm —
Tsunomi walked around the northern edge of Hellfire Peninsula, occasionally touching the ground and "listening" to the earth around her. All she seemed to have heard was insane laughter, crying, or tortured screaming. She kneeled on the ground for a moment, trying to concentrate through all the screaming, but after a while she gave up and looked up towards the Throne of Kil'Jaden. A series of scattered whispers still seemed to prod at her through the wind, some unknown and alien, but one…… Continue
Added by Tsunomi on September 29, 2010 at 8:00pm —
The celebration of Brewfest is a massive undertaking through out the dwarven kingdom of Khaz Modan. Celebrants dress in festive attire, partake of seasonal dishes and beverages, and participate in a friendly atmosphere of competition through ram riding and other contests. There is also a sense of pervasive paranoia amongst the dwarves concerning the periodic assaults by their Dark Iron cousins.
Hulde has previously educated me on the events of the War… Continue
Added by Elinau on September 29, 2010 at 2:58pm —
Now that I have retired, it seems that the memories that I had forgotten in the wars are coming back. Every night I'm attacked by the undead as they make their way into Quel'Thalas, mauled by ogres as an arena slave, and watching friends being ripped apart and plagued. But these have all been blurry visions of the past, not enough to drive me to writing my thoughts to you. No, last night was a vivid omen that I had forced myself to forget.
I was walking to… Continue
Added by Veleth on September 28, 2010 at 7:31pm —
After months of hard work, Mazzak had finally completed the training she required to be recognized as a true shaman. Prior to this, each new season of training had caused her to grow to hate her chosen path as a shaman. Thankfully the completion of her rigorous study gave her time enough to relax and contemplate her choice. She had reached a contentedness, satisfied with how her life’s work had turned out and indeed she was very pleased with herself. She had finally accepted the shamanistic… Continue
Added by Mazzak on September 28, 2010 at 4:30pm —
“Welcome to the Binding of the Elements,” he said in his native troll tongue, unaccented by the difficulties of Orcish. He leaned his staff against the porch and pulled from his belt a thick leather bag as he continued to address the crowd. “In all things we do, we rely on the elements.” He undid the leather tie and reached inside to pull out a rough palm sized rock and held it aloft. “We thank the earth for shelter, protection and strength.” He placed to stone on the porch to the audiences… Continue
Added by Mazzak on September 28, 2010 at 4:30pm —
Adrilas yawned, still shaking off the cobwebs of sleep as he bent diligently over his workbench, carefully examining the first of many crystal shards under Sedrai’s watchful gaze. Like last time, she had planted herself in the farthest corner from him, folding her arms across her chest as if she feared they might lead her closer if they were not restrained.
He hummed low in his throat, pausing a moment to glance up at her.
“I see the grain striations from the second… Continue
Added by Sedrai on September 28, 2010 at 4:03pm —
There are few places in the two worlds where the Light truly fears to tread. Few places where goodness and honor shrivel like malnourished flowers beneath the sheer, inescapable magnitude of fel corruption and disease. Few places where the Naaru and Elune and whatever other deity of order one might place their faith in seem... pale and empty, promises of salvation that have no chance of coming true.
The Throne of Kil’Jaeden is one of those few places.
Nestled high atop… Continue
Added by Sedrai on September 28, 2010 at 3:57pm —
Caitrine was deeply lost in thought as the gryphon flew high above the Hillsbrad. She gave the earth below a quick glance, her mind filling up with memories. There she had spent most of her childhood... adventuring on the fields of Hillsbrad, helping the locals with their little this and that, swimming in the sea by Southshore. She had some fond memories from those days, but few enough to be counted with the fingers of one hand. She faintly remembered a time when her mother and father were a… Continue
Added by Caitrine Ironshield on September 28, 2010 at 6:30am —
I must say, I really do enjoy this Brewfest holiday here on Azeroth. How could I *not* love a holiday that combines alcohol and riding crops?
I do believe I need to find more beer. There is never enough.
Added by Annastasja on September 28, 2010 at 1:03am —
Things are going very well the Phantom Legion.
Several weeks ago we captured a Sin'dorei duchess of whom rode up to us and decided to throw insults and be unpleasant. She was captured, and spared only because the Baron was able to tell she was of rich blood due to her supplies and clothing. We held her for several weeks in a comfortable prison before her husband, a Duke, decided to finally respond. I was not present during the exchange, but apparently they give us the gold (in the… Continue
Added by Velhari DeMare on September 27, 2010 at 6:29pm —
The Autumn Season is truly a great cause for celebration amongst the people of the Eastern Kingdoms. I have written words to this effect before, but my understanding of them was not as clear then as it is now. I have been forced to keep a frantic pace to attend all the celebrations and events in which I have an interest. Perhaps this as much as anything has helped me make the decision to approach my fellow students and teachers to make an informal… Continue
Added by Elinau on September 27, 2010 at 5:45pm —
Upon arriving at Keel Harbor, we went to Jolence’s house. “Are you sure we’re allowed in Dalen?” I asked, seeing as she was still coming back from the Wall.
“Well, I’m not. But seeing as this house is half yours I guess it won’t turn out too bad.”
“What a reassuring statement,” I replied. Seeing as I have been gone for the past year I’m not even sure that would still apply. Regardless, we walked in and waited for Jolence to arrive.
After several hours of… Continue
Added by Rastrack Blackmane on September 27, 2010 at 5:25am —
As my blacksmith Zancon melts the gold ingots into proper bars I wanted to write down my thoughts about last night.
The ransom was suppose to be done Friday but the cowardly horde never showed. So instead we did it Saturday in front of our keep. Kekeka held the Duchess out of sight until Field Marshal De La Ladinne and I made sure that the correct amount of gold was there.
The Duke arrived with two priests. He asked to use the outhouse which was promptly denied. I'm not… Continue
Added by Monroe on September 26, 2010 at 8:56pm —
My father was a soldier, when Lord'ran went to war,
He cut off four orc heads, and hap'ly asked for more.
Stormwind fell to the Orcish Horde's dirty tricks,
And burned down those lovely homes just for dirty kicks!
A froo de ah da(x3) Oh!
They Plundered Khaz Modan, Strom and Alterac,
Then Lord'ran and Gilneas, Swung their blades and fought back!
Trollbane was right and ready, Windruner strung her bow,
Wildhammer raised his hammer, and the… Continue
Added by Calithos on September 26, 2010 at 4:30am —
It has been quite a while journal, trying to get myself around to writing in you but my head has been very busy thinking of different things lately but going forward I'm going to make it my goal to write an entry a week at least. Anyways the other day I returned to Southshore to see ift he clerk in the town hall had found any information on the location of my fiancee. His attitude was the same as before but he did at least come through and had a documentation of him leaving South Shore shortly… Continue
Added by Nyres Treestalker on September 25, 2010 at 9:23am —
To Greyseer, and the others of the Netherbane…
It is with a heavy heart that due to recent happenings such as the infection, and more recently the theft of the artifact weapon I placed myself in care of, that I must take a leave of absence…
As some of you have known, my actions as of late have become… less than favorable. I apoligize for anything that may have been said or done during the duration of being infected.
Added by Kharendos on September 23, 2010 at 7:30pm —
I purchased this journal today. After the events that transpired yesterday the journal I normally write in was unfortunately destroyed. In fact yesterday was a rather low point of my week thus far. The day started out fairly normal, I woke up after a late night working on my latest alchemical experiment. I had breakfast and fed my cat Artemus before heading out to the Stormwind library for some light reading. However my normal daily routine was interrupted when I remembered The Conjurers Court… Continue
Added by Edwin Talthaine on September 23, 2010 at 7:00pm —
Please forgive me for my abrupt departure from last evening's festivities. The hour had grown late and I find I do not tolerate the strong drinks of the dwarves as well as I should like. Though I was delighted at your presence and had many things which I wished to speak with you about I did not find myself in an appropriate state of mind for such topics. None the less, I believe the evening bore sweet fruit for many shared stories of heroes past and present.
Added by Elinau on September 23, 2010 at 11:34am —
People seem busy in the festivities as even the most stubborn of individuals are taking a well-deserved break. It is refreshing to see people enjoy a time of an isolated peace. As someone who is actively participating in the war between the Alliance and the Horde, I know exclaiming that we are in a peaceful time is rather contradicting to the current events. However, I look around and see that the forests, mountains, and plains are unchanged by this benevolence in the last several months. While… Continue
Added by Mayune Warsinger on September 22, 2010 at 1:45pm —