Mrs. Whitworth was not always a cat, but once she was, she never looked back.
Mrs. Whitworth has been whispering in Zep's ears, encouraging her to become a powerful Shadow Priest. She had her reasons.
Ceniza tried to change to another worgen's fire mage specification, with abysmal results. So, she went back to her role model, and fared much, much better:
And although she did not get the dagger---she noticed something. Millya used a staff, too--perhaps, just perhaps--things do work out for reason. Ceniza's staff was not nearly so powerful, and in many ways she was unprotected, but finding her place, her own path, too, was quite illuminating.
There is change, always inevitable change. Mataoka has discovered that she enjoys healing, and while in a raid yesterday, a beautiful Druid healer won a trinket Matty desperately needed. She congratulated the Druid, and in a few brief moments, the Druid opened a trade window, gave Matty the trinket, and accepted Mataoka's gratitude, and left:
Geez, it is hard catching up with things after a whole day away from the computer.ReplyDelete
That shield had a radio in it? I should have rolled on that thing. It is nice to read about kindnesses ... Cat's poking me, she wants me to say, see a Druid gave Matty the trinket. Cat's always doing Druid PR!
I could use a good PR person--perhaps Cat is available? No such thing as bad publicity, right? Most random shamans I meet along the way are giving the class a bad rep--think they can tank, are bullet-proof, and other such nonsense.ReplyDelete
Oh that's a lovely druid. Congrats to Matty! I love happy LFR stories.ReplyDelete