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4-02-2011 @ 5:58PM
In terms of story, El should really be allowed canon status by Blizz. I mean, what a great counterpoint to an already strange story! Here you have Nat Pagel, a guy who fell into his profession in what can only be the sort of drunken haze that would make most dwarves blush. He doesn't like fishing, but likes what fishing can do for him, which is apparently to have an excuse to drink and meditate. He's had eerily prescient dreams of a future Azeroth, as was laid out in Old Hillsbrad. Maybe his still has these sorts of dreams, and drinks to forget. All the while, he's fallen ass-backwards into a fame he doesn't seem to appreciate or even understand. "Who needs fishing advice?" he seems to think. Get a beer or five, get a pole, and start fishing! Then, along come El, a determined gnome who's got it in her ingenious little mind that she must apply to fishing what most of her kind apply to machines. There she is, day in and day out, picking the brain of a drunk with bad prolific dreams. And what do these two strange bedfellows bringing to a world constantly ripped apart by conflict? Fishing guides and tackle! Wonderful!
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