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12-03-2009 @ 11:28AM
Dear Grandfather Winter, I've been a very good Death Knight this year and I've resisted the temptations of going and eating the brains of all my collegues. I've even learnt how to cook recently thanks to the sudden abundance of Turkeys and can now make lovely treats for all my raiding buddies.As a result of my good behaviour I feel I deserve an extra special treat this year. Whilst I enjoyed my Crashin' Bashin' Racer it was not able to kill any bosses. As a result I've been window shopping on WoW.com and I've seen a rather nice new Axe called Shadowmourne that I'd rather like for Winterveil. If that is not possible (as I believe that they're in short supply) there's a little sword called Quel'delar. Additionally I'd really like to have a Violet Proto Drake. I have the Bronze and the Red ones and I'll need this one to finish the set off.I'd really like to have a surname also. I've been around for some time and all my NPC mates take the p*ss out of me as I don't have a surname. Finally I'd like to be able to fly in the rest of Azeroth. My mounts are fine with flying in the cold north, but for some reason they refuse to take off in Kalimdor and Eastern Kingdoms. I initially took this to be stubborness but now I think that there might be something more sinister at work stopping them.
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