Blood and Thunder: A Warcraft Fanfiction 2Frozen and unable to move, despite how great she willed it, Aeranae could do nothing else but stare. This was the moment she knew was coming; the moment she had prepared herself for. At least she thought she had prepared herself for it. She remembered spending night after night after her last encounter with General Nazgrim, thinking and contemplating about what had been said and what she would eventually have to do. She had spent her entire known life training her heart to feel nothing, to regret nothing. She had succeeded for so long in beating down any remnants of her previous life until she was an unfeeling killing machine to do the will of the highest bidder, and for the longest time that was the Lich King. Then it was Garrosh Hellscream. Now it was the rebellion. She had never actually thought for herself and made a decision based on her feelings. Right and wrong had been written out for her on note cards all her life. ShBlood and Thunder: A Warcraft Fanfiction 24 hours ago in Drama More Like This
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She climbed into the kayak gracefully, fishing pole, bucket, and bait jar in hand. Surrounding her was the gray morning fog which rested gently on the still waters. She was not bothered by this as she used the paddle to push away from the shore and slide silently through the mist. The lake lapped at the side of the intruder with barely a sound, but she could still hear it and smiled at the memories. Her heart traveled back to the past when she first sat in this area.
This had once been her home, these soft mornings without a worry but if the fish will fall for the bait and be hooked. There were meetings every evening and so many headaches, yet these mornings were always in this place, awaiting to renew her soul and discard of the discomforts.
Today was different.
Before she was too her favorite spot the kayak skimmed the bottom and the sound of the water seemed strained and the smell was terrible. Suddenly the screech of an awakening machine assaulted her ears and made her shudder.