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Runasutaru the Insane of Wildhammer-EU is not amused by the frivolity of the Midsummer Fire Festival. "In the middle of all the festivities at this time of the year, most forget that the threat posed by the enemy still remains, not stopping for anything," she writes. "I was reminded of this after being tasked with the defeat of Lord Ahune. Picking up his Frostscythe, I decided to take a pause from all the excitement flying around in the air. Carefully selecting my gear for the best camouflage possible in Icecrown, I assumed a position near a bridge and started observing the movement of the army forming below me."

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