It came from the Blog: Running of the Orphans 2013 snapshots

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It came from the Blog: Running of the Orphans 2013 snapshots
It came from the Blog Running of the Orphans 2013 snapshots
Last week, the It came from the Blog family of guilds held its annual Running of the Orphans. As the name suggests, we ran our orphans around, completing the Orgrimmar Children's Week quests.

After we picked up our orphans from the matron, we took the zeppelin from Orgrimmar to Tirisfal Glades. We ran (no mounts, no ports, no summons) to have an audience with Lady Sylvanas in the Undercity. Then we ran back to the zeppelin, making the return trip to Org. Next, since some players did not have the flightpath to Thunder Bluff, we took the zeppelin there (AKA the Love Zeppelin) and ran out to Red Rocks to honor the fallen chieftain. We ran back to town and then took the flightpath right back to Orgrimmar.

We then were extremely irresponsible and took our orphans to the Southern Rocketway, letting them drive the prototype rocket. If the matron only knew ... Once finished with that harrowing ride, we ran back, all the way across Orgrimmar, to the Cone of Cold vendor in the Goblin Slums. We shared ice cream with our high maintenance children and ran back to the Drag to track down the toy vendor.

We purchased dragon kites and flew them around a bit before buying foam swords. We then deposited the little dears back at the orphanage.

It was a fun run as usual. If you don't believe me, check out the snapshots in the gallery below. We host events every month, so if you weren't able to catch this one, stay tuned to WoW Insider for when June's event will be.
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