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5-08-2010 @ 7:34PM
I was inspired by one adventurous young orphan lad I bumped into near the stormwind cathedral to go visit some of the more distant lands of azeroth and now I have a handsome porcine companion to remind me of that trip.I continue to follow my family traditions of mining the earth for ore and have been working hard with the scribes in Ironforge to improve my talents there, it's not straigtforward with the inks required becoming increasingly more obscure, I find myself trading copper for herbs.s I'm sure that father would be disappointed that precious metal is being traded for bits of weed but I think because they are both of the earth there must be some value in it. Besides its not like I'm giving the metal to the enemies of our people just to those more able to shape it into weapons of war and the insights I'm gaining in exchange will likely help our brothers and sisters in other ways.I have helped put a dent in the plots against our alliance partners in stormwind with the help of Lady E'Drien we took down many of the defias pirates in the Deadmines, while there I also helped rid some of the old shafts of the scourge - my first encounter with these abominations. I was saddened to find that some of these monsters were actually using the bodies of my kin twisted by dark magic to trap their souls in some rotten unlife. I was glad to free them of this torment show them into the Light.My challenge now is to see if I can find a way for the light to help cure the leper gnomes in Gnomeregan of their sickness - it is dreadful to see so many driven to madness.May the Light be with you all, Kibb Deepforge.
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