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2-07-2012 @ 12:45PM
I’m a lore junkie on Thorium Brotherhood, Horde side. Thorium Brotherhood is an RP realm but I’ve never seen much role-playing happen out in the open; mostly it’s full of raiders and pvpers who don’t mind role-playing going on around them when it happens. As such my guild, the Tyrant Lords is full of folks who like to raid and pvp, and very few if any know anything about the story behind any of the quests they do. That’s where I come in. My official title in the guild is the Tyrant Lorekeeper. I pay attention to the lore, reading the novels and short stories and visit WoW Insider daily to keep up on what’s going on around Azeroth. I love learning about the history and the heroes of WoW and when someone in the guild has a question about lore I almost always have an answer – heh, often derived from something I’ve read here in one of WoW Insider’s Know Your Lore articles! (I also seem to be the only one who can use WowWiki and WoWHead while playing…) I know it’s not a very important role, especially since I don’t do any raiding or PvPing, and I level at the pace of an ancient kodo. But my guild leader and officers have always told me they appreciate that I’m so active and positive in guild chat. The Tyrant Lords is an awesome guild with great leadership, and as long as they’re happy enough with my lore-geeking to make me Tyrant Lorekeeper, then I’m more then happy to keep doing it. :)TL;DR: I’m the guild lore-geek.
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