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5-08-2010 @ 6:27PM
So, I had taken my trip to Ironforge to help things get under way as far as preparation for the liberation was concerned. The Exiles had been taking up call for a few more scouting trips into Gnomeregan preceding the invasion, and I, as a rogue, was more than happy to volunteer my efforts! I was put with a party of others, consisting of a Dwarven warrior, another Night Elf (this one a priest), and a pair of mages from the Kirin Tor. Originally it was to be a steal mission and nothing more, but sadly, the Dwarf became a little overzealous and leaped into a fray with several large Trogs and a few machinecal enemies. The fighting was furious and the enemies swarmed our entire party. Alas, I began to think it was the end for us, when I began to think back to Ironforge, and remember something I had picked up from a few like-minded Gnomes in a pub. They had been mentioning a trick that was circling around recently. A routine that allowed a nimble and quick-minded rogue to get the enemies to focus on another target. Sweeping through their ranks, I used my trickery and deception to focus all of them on our warrior, allowing the priest to focus her efforts on just a single person, while the mages and I took our shots where we could find them. In short order, we decimated the small group, and beat our retreat back to Dwarven lands to make our report. The lesson of the story? Dwarves DESPISE Troggs. Never forget that. It may save your life one day if you can make them the bait while you make your escape!
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