I know that I have questioned my sanity a few times in the past, however, I think that this time I have every reason to do so. Yes, I did make the trip to Draenor and can see some of the beauty here in this savage land that my ancestors roamed in Azeroth’s past. I will never understand this Alternate Timeline thing that has been introduced to us although I am fascinated with it at the same time. I keep having to remind myself that some of these people that I am meeting here are totally unaware of their own existence in Azeroth nor the history there. I know that it can all be very confusing if I try to dwell on it for too long. I’ll just do my duty here with the Sentinels and return to Azeroth in due time.
One of my main reasons for traveling to Draenor is to protect my Azeroth and the other is to find my Sindorei husband. I know that he traveled here to uphold his oath to the Horde and was ordered here by his Regent Lord in Silvermoon, however, I can’t understand some of the reasoning behind the fact that the travel between the timelines is so restricted on the Horde. Is it a lack of skilled mages or is it a hidden thing that we have yet to find out about yet. Do some of the higher ups in the Horde think that if they give their commanders more freedom to travel back to Azeroth that those people may not return to their duty? Oh, I’m sure that it will all come to pass sometime in the near future.
I did make my way to Kaldor and Kae’s garrison and I have to admit that those two have done quite well for themselves here in Shadowmoon Valley. Of course, I can stay with them for a while but I will be staying primarily at the Sentinel encampment not far from here – there are patrols to be done as well as other duties – not to mention, I will be spending some time trying to find my Sindorei. At least I know where the majority of the Horde main garrisons are located in Frostfire Ridge and where some of the alternate garrisons are located. I am almost afraid that this is going to be one of those adventures of finding the needle in the haystack, however, I will do it because that is why I wanted to come here.
I asked Kal if he had heard anything from his Father recently and he said that he hadn’t, however, he knew that his Father was establishing himself in Draenor with quite a good reputation for doing things a bit differently than some of the other Horde Commanders. Well, I can understand the rumors of his being ruthless in some cases, however, I can understand the other rumors of his unusual kindness to some of the locals too. In all of the years of our being together and raising our children I have learned to accept the different facets of my beloved’s personality as he has learned to accept mine as well.
I think that Shadowmoon is absolutely beautiful and would enjoy being able to linger in the area as much as possible, however, I know that we are here for two reasons and that is to defeat the Iron Horde to protect not only the locals and our own in Azeroth, we’re here to make sure that Garrosh Hellscream is brought to justice once again. I know that Kal and I were discussing some of the things that he had seen and done since he’s been here and we’re both kind of nodding our heads at the fact that not only are we supposedly assisting the Draeni, we’re also trying to make sure that Horde doesn’t take advantage of the situation as they have proven to do in our previous history.
I know that the rebellion within the Horde caused enough strife in the ranks to drive many of the members away from the faction or at least put quite a bit of distance between themselves and Orgrimmar, my Sindorei is not even be an exception that part. To have let that Garrosh run rampant and to have let him almost sell out the other races of the faction for his own avarice and egotistical infatuation with the Orc superiority were the crowning blows that put the nail in the coffin of Garrosh’s reign as Warchief. I can understand the Pandaren wanting to put Hellscream on trial for his crimes against their country, however, at the same time, I wish that they hadn’t been so “fair” about it. We should have killed the beast when we had the opportunity and we wouldn’t be in the mess that we’re in currently.
I know that I have found myself having the strangest of dreams since I have been here in Shadowmoon Valley, it’s that feeling of being here and not feeling like you truly belong – it’s like you have been dropped into an area where everything is familiar and yet strange at the same time. I’ve talked to Kal about how I have been feeling since I arrived and he said that he went through the same thing for the first couple of months after his arrival and agreed that it is very disorienting to say the least. He says that I will adjust to the strange feelings in time and that I shouldn’t give it too much thought or obsess on it because there have been a few instances where the people just went completely off the deep-end or actually went totally native – I can see that happening to some people that don’t have strong personalities.
Ah well, at least I am here now and I can do my duty and still have time to try to locate my Sindorei. I so miss that husband of mine .