Continuation to the story First Impressions
When Manata and Goliahk arrived at the camp by the Southfury River where one could still view Orgrimmar's main gates scraping at the sky, Gerrog was the first to approach them. The large, grizzly orc scrutinized the pair with amused suspicion, as did everyone else but Rushnak whose bristling brows were furiously clenched together, surprised to see his daughter and Goliahk come together.
Manata made a dismissive gesture at the inquisitive stares to refute what the others probably assumed, then left Gerrog and Goliahk to their business. As she turned away, Manata stole a glance at the latter. Goliahk didn’t pay even the slightest attention to her pulling out from his company, all his focus sharpened on Gerrog now as they exchanged greetings. Whatever, Manata snorted on the inside.
Because her father was seated next to Bogrok whom Manata continued to detest for all his boorish attempts to gauge her interest in him one way or the oth