Introduction and General Weeks Events
Machik and Yamino are back together again, though unfortunately, Floon was busy with work. Machik shares his excitement with being done with major work for the next several weeks and Yamino chats about doing raids.
RAIDS FOR DAYS!
We’re just getting back up and running, so no fable this week. But if you have one available, feel free to send it to Machik at firstname.lastname@example.org and he’ll read it live next week.
As with our fables, no add-on reviews this week. Machik’s goal is just to get back into the swing of things!
Main Topic – Rhonin and the Citizens of Dalaran
This week we talk about Rhonin, a mage that most people run into for the first time during the Wrath of the Lich King. His life in the lore starts much sooner and you can see him for the first time in Day of the Dragon, a novel by Richard A. Knaak. In the novel, he is a pariah of sorts but attempts to right the wrongs he committed earlier in his life. But how does he go from pariah to a hero that dies a valiant death? Yamin and Machik chat about that.
Questions and Answers
- Christopher Jones @mochajones10
- @thelorecraft #craftiequestions Why are their faction languages for players, yet everyone speaks common?
This week Machik royally messes up and begins by reading old emails. Once he figures out that he’s just repeating himself he moves on to talking about a Death Knight healed by a Paladin, Wrathion, Draenei and possible playable races.
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