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5-09-2010 @ 12:29AM
From the journal of 'twobyfour', gnomish warriorI started my training in the land where all gnomes and dwarves learn their basic skills. I soon outpaced all my trainers expectation, and was soon yearning for more. I therefore set out to find adventure in the great city of ironforge. I soon arrived. It was a fabulous place, though a little hot for my taste. After talking to several old friends, I learned that jewelery, a long lost art, was being taught again. I would however have to trek long and far to a series of islands in northwest Kalimdor. The journey itself did not concern me, for I have expected to travel far and wide to learn all I need to know, for it will take a highly skilled warrior to lead the armies to take back Gnomeregan. What I was concerned about was the reports of demons infesting the area. I only hoped the rumors were false. With trepidation, I set out on my journey.Days later, I had set foot on the islands. What greeted me was a wonderous sight beyond my imagination. Giant crystals larger than any man, Tauren or even any building I have ever seen formed the skeleton of a giant structure. During the trip I had learned that the structure was in fact a machine that could actually travel in the black void that exist beyond the sky! What the machine contained was not demons, but a noble race of beings called 'Draenei' that did not fall to demonic temptations, which was quite a relief. I have since made contact with the jewelcrafter, who first suggested I learned how to mine rocks and minerals. She has since taken me on as an apprentice, which has made me quite happy. While I learn this intricate craft, I have taken on some quests to help the Draenei reclaim the islands from both their own enviromental misfortune, and from evil beings that existed there long before they arrived. I will update this journal as I progress in my training.
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