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5-09-2010 @ 4:57PM
Greetings and Salutations from Angidget Willow (my friends call me Angi) a warlock striving to get back to Gnomergan and far, far away from the dwarves in Ironforge. Here is my report for this stage of my training.I have grown in the dark arts and have begun on the journey of mastering the demons of the shadows. My fellow compatriots doubt the existence of ‘good’ warlocks; it is now my personal mission as a warlock of the alliance and of the great Gnomish clan of Willow to prove them wrong. I will be victorious or die trying.I have ventured from Dun Morogh to the green hills of Loch Modan, which reminds me of this mythical town I heard about once, a town called Hobbiton. I was shocked having never left Dun Morogh before that through the passes was a warm green existence. I quickly shed my winter robes for something much more seasonal. I have also been to the human realm in Elwynn Forest and Westfall. I am sticking to the familiar trek to and from Westfall/Loch Modan and room in Ironforge for now. I’m not ready to venture much further at this time.I have learned the kindness of strangers in my travels. A battle worn, knowledgeable warlock stopped me outside the gates of Stormwind and handed me various items for the betterment of my tailoring craft, and bigger bags to limit the amount of time I have to stop my training to visit the various sales people of the realm. Another supporter has pledged to assist me with funds for necessary training, repairs, and travels.I was also privileged to team up with Irthalomew as we took care of some troggs in Loch Modan and killed the legendary Hogger. I look forward to further teaming up with the members of the militia, let the adventure continue.
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