Warcraft: Return of the Lich King His eyes opened and the ice began to crack. Bolvar Fordragon awoke from his long slumber, his eyes flaring like two suns. The ice completely crumbled down and all that was left was the frozen throne.Warcraft: Return of the Lich King by Daneas
“There must always be...a Lich King.”
He exhaled. White puffs escaped his mouth and soon after vanished.
“Fordragon…" a voice whispered. “Rise from your throne and take back what once was yours.”
Fragmented memories of the previous Lich King flooded his head. “Be gone, spirit. I will not be your puppet.”
“Fool!” the voice snapped and all of Icecrown shook. “You cannot stand idly by any longer! He is coming.” An image of burning demonic eyes came and went.
Bolvar rose and stepped away from the frozen throne onto the cold platform below. Icy winds blew past him and snow whirle
Reign RP - Act12: A Bridge BurnedReign RP - Act12: A Bridge Burned by Y0urgirlfriend
Act 12: A bridge Burned
She had found him. He had finally returned to their old place of piece in quiet in Krasarang wilds. The hut they rested in sat atop a large jagged cliff, only a few cranes had gathered there to roost so it was quiet. Still, the hut had been crafted by a Pandarian here, but had been abandoned. Tsucarru had made her a small home here, even more so a rally point with select allies when things got rough. She had only come here with two people in her time, Raithios and Bow. It seemed the tides were shifting faster than she could break them and her sister was in danger. She cursed herself as she thought about Clint, and the simple task she had given him to not let her sister out of his sight until she could come up with a better plan. His mistake had started a disastrous chain of events, but she could not give him all the blame, she should have been more prepared. This was her fault more than anyone else’s.
Her initial plan was to smuggle her sister out of Azero
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