A Day in the field/ And a revisit to Lion’s Arch

Adaliind started her day off as she always does.  She was prepared to go out and farm for minerals and just enjoy the beautiful day and adventures that may await her.  She started off in the Shiverpeaks Mountains in Lornar’s Pass.  She was near the Winterthaw trading post when she came across some Destroyers.  After taking care  of them she ventured further out and came across a tribe of Ettis.  Once again they were not friendly and deadly matters had to be initiated.   Lastly, she decided to visit her favorite place, Lion’s Arch.  She was one of the hero’s that had taken Scarlet down, so she was intrigued to go visit the city and see how it all fared out.  As she visited she kept hearing whispers of an Elder Dragon that might have awoken during Scarlet’s drilling in the bottom of the sea.  Adaliind’s hair raised up on the back of her neck, an Elder Dragon, a worthy opponent is all she could envision.  Only time would tell if this rumor was true.  But if it was, it was a battle she definitely would look forward to with great anticipation!

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Battling with her jungle stalker, Simba, A Destroyer Troll is taken down.  At Adaliinds feet lies a Destroyer crab. 

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Brutis, the brown bear, came and helped take down a Destroyer Harpy

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Next was the attack with the Etti

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One more to go down

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Enjoying the fresh air with a beautiful view

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Lion’s Arch (after Scarlet) a place where Adaliind use to visit and trade with the local merchants.

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Several of the memorials seen around the city.  This one is actually thanking some of the heroes of Lion’s 

Arch for their courage and valor in defending the city.  Adaliind was amazed to find her name on the board.  

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Much damage and months of work it will take to rebuild Lion’s Arch

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Many citizens left behind are trying to find places where they can temporarily call home.

Lionguard is trying to maintain peace and keep looters away from peoples belongings left in the rubble. 

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Another place of shelter

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Much of the water is filled with debris, but it was nice to find this Quaggan home still intact.

Hopefully its owners will return soon. The sea is also showing signs of returning life.  Crabs, Shrimps,

schools of fish, Salmon and jellyfish are among some of the creatures seen so far. 

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And yet another memorial for those souls that were lost during this battle.

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3 thoughts on “A Day in the field/ And a revisit to Lion’s Arch

  1. Seeing our names in the heroes board was a nice touch. Some people wondered if Lion’s Arch would be restored to how it used to be. I never thought that, and I think its pretty evident Lion’s Arch will never look or be the same. Still, looking forward for a future rebuilding process!

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