I've lived a sheltered life since my familee escaped our home citee, so I took my normal-sized feet to see the wide world. I traveled to all of our major allied citees in Azeroth, funding my trip by runneeng errands for people along the way. I was particularlee moved by my trip to the night elf lands. While prospective employers have treeted me with respect and have withheld judgment of my appeerance until after I have proven myself, the local adventurers have largelee been prejudiced and insulteeng. Emphasis on the word "large." They are gigantic there.
Aneeway, I theenk I have learned two valuable lessons:
- Be true to myself. I have been hideeng my dialect (which comes from a weird familee historee that I won't bore you with now) and will no longer do so. You don't inspire peeple to help you by being afraid to be yourself. I encourage evereeone else to be yourselves too.
- I want a kittee. Those night elves reellee know how to travel. That and the rogue experts I have found there will keep me in Teldrassil for my traineeng a while longer.
Let's go around again and answer one or more of these questions:
- Do you have an interesteeng storee or lesson learned from your traineeng?
- Are you new? Who are you and why are you heere?
- Do you have an idea for a traineeng event or competition?
You there. Got sometheeng to say?
Please join us by telling us a story from your leveling this past week (real or imagined), a lesson you've learned or something else of interest while staying in character. If you are new, why have you joined the army? All the World's a Stage is a great resource and this guest post by Anna is a must-read for making new characters.