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Long Ago in Blackrock...

"That robe’s too tight about th’ hips. I’m positive you’ve others that fit you proper. And you aught to be wearin somethin under that, th’ top’s too low."

Rahfal: The Birth of a Demon

Rahfal: The Birth of a Demon
 
Written by: Mr. Ruffalo
 
Proofed by: Kiox Everley - Everbound Publishing Inc.
 
 
 
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With Friends Like These

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Sangnoir tries to help a pair of exiled nether drakes, and ends up being dragged into a crazy scheme that will probably take him, the drakes, and his treacherous imp to the Blasted Lands, and might still get him accused of being a draft dodger.

Moving On

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Two days ago, I pulled a letter from a nether-drake out of my mailbox. The most surprising thing about it at the time was that it had been sent from Shattrath two days before. I hadn't realized that we could get to Outland since the Dark Portal in the Blasted Lands had changed color and this new Horde started pouring through.

On the Scions of the Aqir

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“For a dry archaeology textbook, this new release has managed to upset a lot of people!  Maybe I'll have to actually read it!” Tristy Springhammer (Book Review Editor for the Stormwind Chronicle)

Pursuing the Swarm

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A howl echoed through the castle as we climbed over the wreckage of the portcullis. It was probably the wind though. The Swarm had already devoured the warm-blooded residents of the ruin, and would have greeted us with chittering.

Miss Prewitt Gets a Brushing

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So, Ellister and Vandy have a cat ...

Story inspired by IC Twitter.

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Under Cragholme III

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'It's knee deep, but the bed is full of rocks,” I warned Jim. “The footing will be treacherous, especially in such fast water. Wait, there's a Nerubian crouched behind those cocoons!” There were three cocoons, the right size and shape to hold Dwarves, but only two of them were moving.

Under Cragholme II

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"That's when we got stupid. To be fair, we'd been searching for almost eighteen hours at that point, and I could still hear the whispers from that temple above us. There was a “twang”, and the guard who had taken point went down."

Twilight Reflections

Twilight Reflections

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