It has been a while since I’ve had a respite from dealing with these demons and getting completely worn out with the constant fighting, however, I do think or feel that things are winding down. The battles aren’t as intense as they once were, and the evil things are not mounting the huge offenses that they once did. Do they know that we will keep fighting for as long as it takes to rid ourselves of their presence? Naturally, with all the battles we’ve had on the Broken Isles and victories we’ve had have been costly to both factions, however, there was a cohesiveness to it all, I hope it lasts.
Thinking back on my life a little bit and I think that the only time that I have known some peace and true happiness was when we were finishing up our fights with Arthas. That’s been a long time ago and there were happy times to be had in Dalaran before we were driven out. All the Blood Elves were blamed for the bombing of Theramore and Lady Jania ran amuck with her power in Dalaran. I still yearn for those days in my heart and the home that I had worked so hard to build there. It was a wonderful existence while we were there although it doesn’t compare to the life that Amyn and I had in Shattrath where the boys were born.
Maybe after we’re done here, there will be peace for a time or even a brief respite. I know that when Amyn and I are released from our service here in the Broken Shore – we are planning to take a long break from the stress of it in our home in Nagrand located in Outland. We’ve built a wonderful mansion there with enough room for the whole family and our friends that care to join us. It will be good to see our children there for a while. With both boys taking the appearance of their Mother, it has been hard for us to get together and spend the time together that I would like. I think that is one of the reasons whey I cherish the Old Dalaran days so much because it has truly been the only time that I could acknowledge my mate and our off-spring without any fear. Ah well, those days are gone, and I suppose that I should move forward.
The last trip that I made to Orgrimmar has me a bit worried because there were higher level gossip going on within the faction – the Warchief was under some scrutiny for her tendency to raise the dead too quickly after a battle regardless of the faction. The all seem to follow her after they have been risen and I will have to admit that it sends a chill down my spin because it reminds me so much of the Scourge and Arthas. I wonder if other people have noticed the similarity or are there so few of us left that remember those days? I’m concerned because I don’t want to go through that again and see some of friends be turned into foes after their demise.
Our businesses are booming, and we are still able to meet the contracts that we pick up and I will have to admit that I am happy with that because if we can keep our coffers full, we will be able to endure just about anything that may happen here on Azeroth. I’m still funneling some funds to Draenor to help support the work being there – there are still need for goods that can be obtained easily there. No, we’re not pillaging the resources like we might have in the past, but we are able to keep up the supply for the demand of goods easily.
Damn, the horns are sounding again which means that we have another incursion of demons somewhere close to the camp – that means I need to stop writing and get on with my duty and plunge back into the smell of Fel.