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11-12-2007 @ 10:11AM
Orthar says: Excuse me miss, can I ask you a question?Ladyvira says: Die, mortal! Taste the awesome powers of my demonic heritage! Feel your soul writhe and burn under my touch! Die! DIE!!!Orthar grasps his arm and winces in pain.Orthar says: Ah! Who .... what are you?!Ladyvira says: I am the daughter of Sargeras! I have come here to feed on your puny soul!Orthar looks at Ladyvira with concern.Orthar: Poor soul. You've obviously been touched by Darkness! Your taint may be too deeply embedded for my powers to cleanse. Never-the-less, by Uther's Light I must try!Negates her claim to lvl 7 super uberness, actually lets her help decide whether or not to be 'redeemed' or to run, cackling in evilness, into the night. Heck, it could turn into a long and uber cool story about our dear Orthar trying to find Ladyvira a cure for her 'taint' all over Azeroth and Outlands, if the too players wanted to.I agree with Average Joe. Heroes are rarely born, but are made. I made my little cow girl the daughter of traders, to help explain the wanderlust to explore all of the known world, but she's not rich, famous, the last of a legendary line.. I like her that way. She can now make her OWN way to fame and glory, not ride anyone's coattails.SMU forever!
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