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A pilgrim going astray

By Abalathes | October 3, 2010

Flying to the falcons
Flying to the falcons
(Screenshot from “World of Warcraft”
by Blizzard Entertainment)

First I return to Falcon Bay as I have completed some quests I got here as well. But I don’t stay too long but decide to explore the nearer surrounding of the Haar’eshi Canyon. The last time I went there I met an ally level 70 mage with a comrade already at the entrance which made me postpone my exploration (you never know with these mad mages). Afterwards I forgot about my planned exploration for a while.

Looks like bad weather
Looks like bad weather
(Screenshot from “World of Warcraft”
by Blizzard Entertainment)

Above the entrance in the cliffs I detect a Kaliri nest which is only little defended by the parents. So I easily could gather a female Kaliri for Falconer Drenna Riverwind. With the noisy bird in the backpack it is of course impossible to sneak through the guards at the entrance. So I go towards them with some friendly greetings. But it seems they do just speak some strange kind of language which is quite cloudy but does not contain any phrases such as “you’d better retreat and give way to me.” But still there is the language of pure violence which is spoken and understood everywhere. With that the communication goes very well and soon I got four Scrolls of the Haar’eshi as a welcome gift.

Enough pilgrimaging
Enough pilgrimaging
(Screenshot from “World of Warcraft”
by Blizzard Entertainment)

Within a small cavern then I detect an improsoned pilgrim. A poor creature. So, this is how you end up when you don’t even have that what is needed to become a priest. In addition she is desorientated but seems to have some pieces of information which might nevertheless be worthwhile. For this reason and due to my well-known kind-heartedness I guard her way back to the falcon keep. As obviously she would not made just 5 metres without my help I lead her back and postpone my exploration again.

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