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On Resurrections, New and Old:
When I awoke, it was still a strange and dark time. Undead were rising and no one knew how to deal with that. They send you out of Deathknell with hardly anything, not even your wits, and a distant call from the Dark Lady. Not as efficient as it is to “raise” one these days. It's run with such impersonal precision, I worry about the mental state of our new arrivals.

Time was still lost on me then, but it must have been days I wandered through those woods, not knowing where to go, being attacked by every hound and human that still infested the countryside. That's where the real test begins. These newer types just don't appreciate that.We forged this land, through our own deaths, and atop the blood and pain of our enemies.

Just a few fence posts and a lantern are all that used to stand at the gates of Brill. That day I staggered into town was... revelatory. It was like finding home. I mean, yes I knew that this is where my former family lived, but this was different. A new family is what I found. But I had to fight to keep it.

On Personal Reflections:
Perhaps while currently wandering through the wastelands of the world, trying to dig up what secrets I can to survive, even one like myself can gain new perspectives on things such as loyalty, companionship, and compassion.

Doctor Vi'le is a force of chaos that is fortunately on our side. His goals are the same as the Dark Lady and my own. Only his means are different, but surely it confuses me. If I can't trust his methods, I am forced to trust his results. He will keep our foundation steady.

Mercy and Lucinius are always the wild cards, but both represent the old -and possibly soon to be new- face of the Forsaken. I so far have little to question in their loyalty. They are the powerful arms of Curse.

On Politics:
With everything that's going on, the Horde's entire force is spread thin. The Warchief knows he can't afford war on another front, and altogether needs the Forsaken as a foothold in Lordaeron. As long as a greater threat shows itself, this strange alliance will hold.

Perfect, until it is them or us that becomes the greater threat...

On Research:
A long time ago, this book had an effect on it's previous owner. Without memory of the event, she found herself in a strange, faraway place, with no rational reason why this place was chosen. It is my intention, in my quest for answers to return to this place.

Deep in the Tanaris desert where I once rescued Meridith, I have made an immeasurable discovery. An entirely new land has suddenly revealed itself! This place called Uldum, I believe, is where the Tome must have been trying to carry its host. Now I myself can venture into this place, to find out why.

I can only do so alone, and I will have to keep the Tome magically secured. Who knows how long I'll be out of contact.

Hopefully, then, I can get rid of this strange feeling that is haunting me...

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unorigional
Feb. 15th, 2011 09:59 pm (UTC)
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ironhat
Feb. 16th, 2011 01:51 am (UTC)
I found that part incredibly amusing, myself.
gerzgerz
Feb. 16th, 2011 02:10 am (UTC)
((Yes. XD))
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