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She stepped lightly into the building, noting the older, grey pelted tauren. He had both horns intact, but one was burnt significantly. Age wore away at his face and he looked tired, more so than others of his species. He wore a worn robe, plain brown with no superfluous designs. Her grip tightened on the stone, and she stepped forward.
"Yes young one, that is my name."
"I was hoping to find Nardan, I have something I need help with." she said so softly, almost a whisper.
"Well, he went off to speak with Fandral Staghelm, what seems to be the problem, I might be able to help you." a slight smile broke across his worn face.
"I found this up by the river, a bit out of town."
, the term seemed barely viable. Cautiously, she pulled out the stone, it's flouresent glow lit the room slightly, and the sillouette of her three fingers glimmered in the dark.
"A moonstone? Tell me young troll, how did you find it?"
The troll murmured in reply, "After I...fell asleep, it was in my hands."
"Fell asleep? Did yyou have a dream, or a flashback?"
She nodded uncomfertably, the old tauren's omnisence was starting to concern her.
"Tell me, was this dream...dark? A haunting memory?"
Again, she nodded. Omnisense indeed.
"Very well I will speak with Nardan, in the meantime meditate, clear your mind."
She nodded softly and turned away...confused. As she looked up the moons shown brightly, White Lady, and Blue child together in the sky.
Anything you could suggest?
Make it longer (oh the irony), and add a bit more emphisis on character action.
"Tell me, was this dream," he paused for a breif moment, "dark? A haunting memory?"
you did a good job with that in some parts, try and carry it out a bit more.
I know it's a little early to be leaking but I need to know if Imdoinitrite.
After many long years living by the night, waking to daytime was an entertaining experience for those watching the troll as she stood up, having fallen asleep during deep thought. The sun glared unforgivingly down upon her, and it's malicious yellow rays blinded her. She went to the refuge of her dark cloak, a shadowy sanctuary in the orange glare of sunlight. A pair of hands guided her to the darker inside of a building.
"Are you alright?" a voice called out. Auria's.
"I'll be fine, thank you." the troll said, she smiled without opening her eyes.
"I haven't seen a reaction that bad since Hesketh came out of the dream himself, tell me are you experiencing any blindness?"
She opened her eyes, and to her surprise, color did not return. She almost cried out, then smiled slightly, as realization bloomed within her.
"You see it too, huh? What a wonderful oportunity to experience the world without the hinderance of sight."
"Thank elune..." She could feel the quick glance of Auria, even if she couldn't see it.
"Yes," with a slight pause, "thank elune." she could hear the confusion, or interest in Auria's voice.
"My people may be trolls, but it doesn't mean they are faithless. Perhaps Elune preffered that we have this shape rather than others." With that she turned to find the library, perhaps Hesketh had news for her.
looks good, I liked the troll's reaction to being blind. It had me starring at the screen in shock for a little bit, good work.
Might want to fix up the word 'are' in the last paragraph, though.
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