Category: Minor & Retired Characters


[[I asked my guildmates for story suggestions, and my guild leader suggested I write about a character I didn’t know very well. And this just suddenly came to mind.]]

The ground’s frozen so hard you can’t bury the bodies. It’s not the worst of the situation, but it’s the most depressing. To make matters worse, someone in higher ups thought it would be a good idea to keep fighting the Horde, so you can imagine it makes it darn tough to get out there and retrieve the fallen. My brothers and sisters in arms stack up like cordwood on the battlefield, whole bodies and parts and pieces, until we either catch a break or the Scourge reanimates them.

Some mornings, I wake up and the light has never seemed so far away.
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Hula Girl

Picture in your mind a treasure map. Maybe it’s painted on animal skin, hanging inside a cave, or perhaps it’s drawn on paper that’s now brittle with age.
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She hadn’t meant to tell the story.
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“Mother”

[[Yes, I quit playing a while ago. Yes, I’m still writing stories for these characters. Why? Because the world of Azeroth is still a magical place; it’s the game itself and some of the people I’ve encountered that aren’t so fun. Not every character is getting a goodbye/final resolution story – which, by the way, is not necessarily what this is. We all know the undead have a nasty way of finding their way back.]]

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[[The definition for chancreuse comes from the Medical Lexicon I use to name my Forsaken characters, although according to its base word, chancre, it appears around an area that’s not fit to describe to the general public. It’s a pretty looking word that represents something rather gross. Naturally, I wanted to use it.

As for what happened in Southshore, well, that was purely my imagination at work.]]

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[[Originally posted Jan. 18th, 2011 at 5:37 PM.

From my notes: “Jezi is a Polish name taken from Jezi Baba. Some of you may know her better as Baba Yaga. Baba Yaga stories were some of my favorite as a child, even though she’s an old hag capable of sinister and terrible things – including cannibalizing children. Part of me feels guilty for borrowing Baba Yaga to build this character concept. It just seemed like an interesting idea to try with the warlock formerly known as Caoilainn.”]]

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[[Originally posted Nov. 25th, 2010 at 1:43 AM.]]

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[[Originally posted Oct. 18th, 2010 at 6:00 PM. A series of random pieces that helped me work out Caoilainn’s final story.]]

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[[Originally posted Aug. 11th, 2010 at 11:52 PM. The story behind Revbielde’s Frightskull Shaft.]]

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[[Originally posted Jul. 6th, 2010 at 7:28 PM.]]

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