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11-26-2011 @ 2:57PM
My warrior is a simple man. He fights for one thing: the safety of the Alliance.Why does he fight? Because when he was young he listened to his father recount the orcs razing Stormwind to the ground, because in his youth he and his family lived in mortal fear of orcs.Now, although the Horde itself is a different entity altogether, some of its members and leaders are the same orcs that tried destroying part of the place he calls home. He will not tolerate an aggressive Horde threatening, if not already making war on the Alliance; if Garrosh and his allies want war, they'll find it as he wades into battle, mutilating and slashing any Horde foolish enough to get in his way.If they want Stormwind to fall again, it will be over his dead body... if they can.But he wasn't always a violent man... while his father pursued military life well into old age, he took up the other life his father left behind; the life of the woodsman. He hunted, fished, tanned and cut lumber for his coin. He wasn't a violent man, and wasn't so quick as to write of an orc because of his race, although a degree of caution was still there.In fact, in the days before the Wrathgate, he was cheerful.Then the letter came in; his father, killed by the same people that Thrall claimed to have control over. And then, news of the BRoken Front.Mom couldn't take it...He had enough. When what was left of his father's arms returned home, he took up his blade, sold the unessential parts of his parent's estate and bought himself some armor. He was fed up of doing nothing as the horde continued to escalate the conflict, threatening to bring it to his very doorstep in the hills of Elwynn Forest.Now, he is a changed man. A trained soldier, a commanding officer of the Alliance armies, and a frightening force to face in combat... if you live to avoid a swing of his greatsword.He is Harthlock Ravencroft, member of the Alliance armed forces and Commander of the Dog Teeth Brigade. And though he was a peaceful man before, war changed him.
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