Three days ago I did something I thought myself unable to do. For years I'd wanted to visit the tomb of Uther Lightbringer, but being the older, frailer man that I am, it seemed impossible.
And yet, without my stooping to the form of whimpering helplessness, the Light brought me an escort to manage the Scourge-infested road through Sorrow Hill. The Draenei Elinau is a charitable soul, and the lightning that leapt from her hands sent the many restless souls back to the Twisting… Continue
Added by Isaac Gravander on September 21, 2010 at 12:22pm —
Woe Hopelessness Ennui Raw Empty Tired Helpless Endless Heartache Exhausted Lethargic Left Alone Remote Eternal Yaw Only Unloved Isolated Depression Internal Overcast Morose
Added by Ariid D'Avion on September 20, 2010 at 6:16pm —
This marks the first autumn that I have spent within the Eastern Kingdoms so I have been surprised by the importance of community events. I have since taken the time to gather information about upcoming festivities and found my small calendar cramped with them. I am most surprised by the widespread adoption of customs from other cultures. It gives me further hope that my plans will meet with enthusiasm and not difficulty.
My pilgrimage with Isaac to the tomb… Continue
Added by Elinau on September 20, 2010 at 5:30pm —
I'm not sure why people are so interested in me love life (or lack thereof) but I be starting to get a tad paranoid with the playful antics of me friends. At first it was just Mirth, but now Sielic, Alleryn, Kilaara, - even Therigard - joined in! If having me own men isn't embarrassing enough, I got the guards participating in this. It makes sense I guess. It only be natural to goat your superiors, which light knows the Legion loves to do. Looks like the guards and us are more similar then I… Continue
Added by Velhari DeMare on September 20, 2010 at 2:42pm —
"Each one of them unbroken, Tarpit. It annoys me..."
Mial Darkweaver twirled her new saronite blade in her hands, frowning angrily. It had been some time since her soul was found and she possessed a new body, though a very weak one at that. Little to no magical skill whatsoever, she had to remember all her spells and work from the start. Kyro has been of great aid in that regard, teaching her the fine arts of blood magic, and Mial had already made great use of it on some of her… Continue
Added by Kairesh Fury on September 20, 2010 at 1:16am —
We got to Tarren Mill in the wee hours of the morning. I barely noticed the decrepit state of the inn; I rolled into my cloak and slept like…well, I was going to say like the dead, but the Forsaken don’t seem to do any actual sleeping.
When I woke, Idiom was gone.
I didn’t think much of it at first. We have both gone off alone from time to time to scout around or speak to the locals. Indeed, I took it as a good sign that he was up and about, and I had not been yanked out… Continue
Added by Ariid D'Avion on September 19, 2010 at 7:30pm —
It's getting worse. Idiom's nightmares have continued, and he complains of headaches every morning. His Paladin masters thought it had something to do with the scourge-tainted area of Tranquillen, so we left, porting from Silvermoon to the Undercity. Tirisfal Glades is hundreds of leagues away, but Idiom's pain is unrelenting.
I comfort him as well as I can, holding him through the nights, which seems to lessen his suffering some, making him hot tea in the mornings to soothe his aches. His… Continue
Added by Ariid D'Avion on September 18, 2010 at 6:05pm —
Watching Tevoresh leave, Dhel'Renth's expression changed to a more concerned look. It was not as if Tevoresh's abilities had become dulled but he worried if his time amongst the humans was only increasing the amount of distractions.
"Worried about you pawn, boy?" The voice whispered in his ear. A voice that was linked to his felhunter, Zhaanom. A demonic beast resided in the corner of the room, its head panning, "You couldn't keep him bound to you forever, could you?"
Added by Zadon Solarshadow on September 18, 2010 at 4:06pm —
“Is that all you have to report in then, Tevoresh,” the blood elf questioned as he rested his elbows on the desk.
“Yes, Master Blacksun,” the half elf replied back standing at attention.
“You know Tevoresh, I was able to gain possession of three of the novels you’ve written,” Dhel’Renth Blacksun said while rising to his feet and circling around. He patted Tevoresh’s shoulder as he passed, “I must say, it was quite provocative. Are you certain that nothing else has happened… Continue
Added by Zadon Solarshadow on September 18, 2010 at 12:49am —
Sunday, September 12
My trip to Mudsprocket with my clan brothers and sisters proved to reveal some information as to what Throdin uncovered, but there were still more questions bred then there were answers produced.
I never felt as though my life was in jeopardy as we ventured into the rather mischievous tavern, but I did feel an edge of caution that was suspicious if a fight would awake between the Alliance and Ourselves. I have become more respectful for our Chieftain… Continue
Added by Mayune Warsinger on September 17, 2010 at 7:25pm —
Mirth confronted me on the murders that the legion had been committing. We did not reach Crossroads, so fortunately no civilian lives were lost, but she isn't daft - She knows that if given the chance, We would be ordered by the Baron to march to a town and do it again. I know this too. It burns me heart to think my friend would give into his blood lust so severely, and it makes my stomach turn in disgust to see me comrades take part in such tragedy. I know all too well that while I may not… Continue
Added by Velhari DeMare on September 17, 2010 at 6:12pm —
There was an attack on the Lumbermill, which was a joint operation by The Phantom Legion, The Stormwind Guard, and few other trusted allies. I was a bit late - Well, not late persay, as they knew I wouldn't be present until after the first charge. When I arrived at the Warsong Lumbermill the place was burned and crowned with a spiral of black smoke. Oh, Ralone was there too. He seemed to try and make small talk and introduce himself, but it was hardly the appropriate time nor place. I felt a… Continue
Added by Velhari DeMare on September 16, 2010 at 4:00pm —
A scream woke me up last night. Not just a scream; a bestial, tormented howl. The sound one might make if one's soul was being ripped away. I jumped up from my pallet in front of the fireplace, heart thumping, already halfway through the words necessary to summon Krakkrit. The rest of the sparse crowd were likewise at the ready. All eyes cast about, looking for the danger that such a scream must certainly forebode; a pregnant pause, ready to give birth to action and… Continue
Added by Ariid D'Avion on September 16, 2010 at 8:38am —
The handwriting appears to be quick paced, and sloppily done. Many mistakes can be seen over the paper from jotted down notes.
This sickness has plagued me for days now, I am only doing as much as I can with the help of Anarial and the fellow Templars. I must do what I can for now, fulfilling out even the smallest of duties in Theramore may give me some rest.
Anarial and I looked throughout Theramore today. Many new faces, many new names. I have caught word and wrote a… Continue
Added by Kanta Wildsabre on September 15, 2010 at 7:24pm —
To: Isaac Gravander, c/o Cathedral of Light, Stormwind City
From: Elinau, c/o the Legerdemain Lounge, Dalaran
The Light has seen fit to favor me these last few weeks, though hardly in the way I had expected. Little annoyances and setbacks have served to open avenues that I would not have considered otherwise and brought fair winds where I had expected only dreary calm.
I have found, in time, that there is much to life that cannot be… Continue
Added by Elinau on September 14, 2010 at 8:52pm —
The daylight bathed the city in a erie brightness, giving light to places that welcomed darkness. Gabe made his way through the bloodied streets keeping his gaze locked on his feet. He had seen enough horror for one lifetime and there was no need to soil his eyes anymore. He was weary, exhausted for a better term, and struggled to keep his eyes open. His eye lids weighed an unmeasureable sum, and he constantly had to shake himself awake. He needed to be alert to find his way out of his… Continue
Added by Gabriel Fredrich Whitbane on September 14, 2010 at 4:00pm —
'd like to think we are a military, but at the same time, we are also expected to live and breath our jobs 24/7. I guess this goes hand-in-hand with the rant I wrote previously. Do you remember Book? About how some people are on duty and others are off duty? How what we are is more of a lifestyle then a job, unlike a guard? Maybe that is where our flaw lies; That we make this role too personal. That we need to remind people its a job, and let them live and make mistakes as they please on their… Continue
Added by Velhari DeMare on September 14, 2010 at 1:57pm —
To Elinau, c/o the Legerdemain Lounge, Dalaran
From Isaac Gravander, c/o the Cathedral of Light, Stormwind City
I pray the Light has guided you favorably since our meeting within these city walls. While the lifestyle of the traveler has become much easier over the past few years, we are still at the mercy of the weather's whims. This time of year is deceptively unpredictable in that respect.
As I remain here beneath a sturdy roof and a… Continue
Added by Isaac Gravander on September 14, 2010 at 1:24pm —
How could I have stupidly believed that the Stormwind City Guard, no matter the leadership, would ever be anything but a bunch of narrow-minded, boot-stomping, knuckle-dragging, bully boys with the civility of a herd of kodo.
Mind you, I went there under duress in the first place. Let me explain.
Friday night I was enjoying the hospitality of the Dela Fante family at the Royal Flush, when a young woman came into the bar with a succubus in tow. I tried to help one of the… Continue
Added by Pennumbra on September 14, 2010 at 12:30pm —
“He’ll sleep for a while,” said the old priestess. She graced Ziri Autospring with a warm smile. “Don’t fret, little dearie, his injuries were minor.”
The young gnome held her guardian’s hand in both of hers. “Thank you.”
“Of course.” She turned her attention to Min, standing well away from them, and pointed her cane at him. “As for you, if not for that lovely lady gnome of yours, I’d tan you for hurting this poor man and scaring the girl.”
“Yes, ma’am,” Min… Continue
Added by Min on September 14, 2010 at 10:48am —