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5-08-2010 @ 10:34PM
Dear Journal,I have a great deal of respect for my Gnomish allies. As a paladin, I am sworn to serve the needy, and the gnomes need to retake their home! I've quested with several of them, and I have maintained contact with a few. My latest correspondence with Raegia, the tiny and furious warrior, has been assuring. I am sure she was intoxicated when she wrote the letter, but from what I could make of her scrawl, she and several other gnomes are traveling back to Ironforge to begin the operation to reclaim Gnomergan. I suspect they are already celebrating an imminent victory. She urged me to join the cause, and I fully intend to after my current obligations.For now, I am following up some loose-ends in Icecrown. Though Arthas is gone, the Scourge yet remain, and I would not be a proper paladin if I did not cure the land of their unholy presence. It seems like things are finally looking up for my world at this point. I am excited for what the future brings, and pray every day for peace to ring across the lands.With the Scourge gone, I simply think, “what is the worst that could happen”?Sincerely, Aluia, Argent ChampionPS: I could have SWORN I saw Staedtler running around the tournament grounds. Perhaps I can convince that little hunter to join me in a little game of “whack a zombie”? I do love competition.
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