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5-08-2010 @ 7:06PM
It's been a busy week, indeed. It all started out with fighting troggs. Troggs, troggs, and more troggs. Is this what I get for staying in Dun Morogh? But, no... Leaving home didn't mean leaving the battle against those blasted troggs at all! Instead, I find myself defending King Bronzebeard's lands against... MORE TROGGS! Although a chance errand to Stormwind did result in my dealing with a grave menace to the people of Elwynn Forest, along with meeting some new friends. ...And a rival, of sorts. Blasted kids these days, no respect for their elders, I tell you. I'm sure the lad means well... but nonetheless I find myself needing to show him up, blasted whipper-snapper. Even now the other mages are laughing at my studying the arcane school. While they hurl fireballs, or cast bolts of frost, my primary skill is summoning food and drink, and turning people into sheep. I'm much too old to be put out by their derision, of course, and know full well that my choice is, in the end, the most reasonable one.My meager and laughable skills aside, I've been striking fear into the Defias Brotherhood, killing many of their number and gathering their bandanas as proof. But my time in Westfall was short (here, here!). There is little (here, here!) to hold me there. A chance request sent me back to Loch Modan again.I must go. Captain Rugelfuss has tasked me with the job of killing the leader of the Troggs of Loch Modan, Grawmug, and his two guards, Gnasher and Brawler. He's even offered to sweeten the deal by promising me a new pair of trousers...
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