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7-21-2010 @ 12:20AM
What a night.A group of young gnomes and I ventured out through Coldridge Pass before our supply run to learn to cook at the Kharanos Inn. To combat the biting cold, we built some campfires and enjoyed some lovely fireside chat.Then when the time came to assemble and deliver supplies to Tannok at the Thunderbrew Distillery, I helped establish order by organizing the massive force into a beautiful line. My good friend Hands was very appreciative, as it prevented mass requests for supplies, overriding the supply machine or something like that.After that, mass chaos... mob mentality took over and everyone decided to slaughter every boar in Dun Morogh. Very sad. I took my stuff over to Steelgrill's Depot and established a campfire there to keep warm. I was soon joined by some kind elves from Darnassus, a Wildhammer brotha, and Splink, one of the curious gnomes from earlier. We had some lovely fireside chat once again before the night grew long and forced me to retire.Flinnt Brewmace Jr.
7-21-2010 @ 1:09AM
Ah Flinnt!I do believe we met... Where were we, Bah, hold on let me get my MemoRY-Zipzap device to refresh my memory. Ah yes! We were killing wolves together for some fine leather to keep ourselves warm from the biting cold out in Dun Morogh. Great mace swinging skills I must say! If you feel the need to swing faster, and harder at these beasts please let me know! I'll gladly invent a contraption of the sorts for you. Now where did I put those blue-prints... Bah. Anywho, I should probably get to sleep. Hopefully I can invent something that removes the need to sleep... Sleep slows down production time! -Fizzlewizzle Rocketbang
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