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Alt Appreciation – Priest Week

It is priest week in the alt appreciation thread at World of Lae.  Priests are one of my Goldilocks classes.  Not too many, not too few.  Just right.  Erm, well, they fall in the middle anyway.  Here’s my priests!

Isturon Lightmist is one of my older sin'dorei.  He is father of six grown children, and the grandfather of Rylad in the stories.  He lives in Silvermoon, and has his own practice which he runs out of the front part of his home.  OOC - He's a level 90 disc priest and may have a legendary cloak before the expansion ends if I can bring myself to do the pvp again.

Isturon Lightmist is one of my older sin’dorei. He is father of six grown children, and the grandfather of Rylad in the stories. He lives in Silvermoon, and has his own practice which he runs out of the front part of his home. OOC – He’s a level 90 disc priest and may have a legendary cloak before the expansion ends if I can bring myself to do the pvp again.

Lanthiriel Lightmist is Isturon's second daughter.  Until recently, she worked with him in Silvermoon.  She is now one of the healers for the siege storyline, and is stationed outside Orgrimmar a ways.  When she returns, she hopes to open her own practice in the Ghostlands.  OOC - She just hit 90, and is also a disc priest.

Lanthiriel (Lani) Lightmist is Isturon’s second daughter. Until recently, she worked with him in Silvermoon. She is now one of the healers for the siege storyline, and is stationed outside Orgrimmar a ways. When she returns, she hopes to open her own practice in the Ghostlands. OOC – She just hit 90, and is also a disc priest.

Kelanori Summerleaf lives in Feralas with Ornasse and their son, Farahlor.  OOC - She's level 86 and Holy/Disc.  Also, she was my first priest to max level ever, during Wrath of the Lich King, and I used to heal our alt ICC group with her.

Kelanori Summerleaf lives in Feralas with Ornasse and their son, Farahlor. OOC – She’s level 86 and Holy/Disc. Also, she was my first priest to max level ever, during Wrath of the Lich King, and I used to heal our alt ICC group with her.

Iselwen Moonflower has played a small part in some stories.  She is a birthing priestess and helps bring babies into the world.  She has her own daughter, Zhyra.  OOC - She's a level 81 disc priest.

Iselwen Moonflower has played a small part in some stories. She is a birthing priestess and helps bring babies into the world. She has her own daughter, Zhyra. OOC – She’s a level 81 disc priest.

Haani is a priestess in Shattrath and has also played a small part in some stories.  OOC - She's a level 80 shadow priest.

Haani is a priestess in Shattrath and has also played a small part in some stories. OOC – She’s a level 80 shadow priest.

Colranos hasn't had any part of any stories yet.  He's just looking for a place to fit in.  Maybe someday!  OOC - He's a level 53 disc priest.  I always burn out on BRD.  Getting them past that dungeon is the worst!

Colranos hasn’t had any part of any stories yet. He’s just looking for a place to fit in. Maybe someday! OOC – He’s a level 53 disc priest. I always burn out on BRD. Getting them past that dungeon is the worst!

Jaenzol still has her doomsday message from the pre-cata event quests.  She has no part in stories and probably never will.  She is a level 35 shadow priest.

Jaenzol still has her doomsday message from the pre-cata event quests. She has no part in stories and probably never will. She is a level 35 shadow priest.

And I have quite a few level 1 alts, but here are a couple worth mentioning:

Esladra Lightmist is Isturon's fourth daughter.  She lives in Silvermoon, and is still in her studies.  OOC - Level 1!

Esladra Lightmist is Isturon’s fourth daughter. She lives in Silvermoon, and is still in her studies. OOC – Level 1!

Aalaa is going to be my disc priest alt on Stormrage.  Vinhesla needs an alt.  Aalaa is level 2 and needs a leveling plan yet.  I haven't been leveling a lot recently, but I have a feeling as SoO drags on, I'll have more time!

Aalaa is going to be my disc priest alt on Stormrage. Vinhesla needs an alt. Aalaa is level 2 and needs a leveling plan yet. I haven’t been leveling a lot recently, but I have a feeling as SoO drags on, I’ll have more time!

 

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OOC – Painting: Ornasse and Kelanori

Finished!

I messed her hair up and decided to leave off the earrings in the end, but other than that, I'm pleased with how it turned out.

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OOC – Painting

Now that the holidays are over and all that, I can finally sit and paint again.  I worked a bit more on the night elf painting.  All I need to do now are her face markings, in my opinion, the worst part now that the skin tones are done.

Here’s Ornasse with finished hair 🙂

Face close up.

 

Beard close up.

 

Ornasse

I need to charge the battery for the good camera, so all you get is phone pics for now!

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Kelanori – A Talk with Mother

Kelanori Summerleaf pulled her cloak tightly around herself as she left her home.  The chill in the winter air nipped at her ear tips as she made her way towards her brother’s home.  As she walked along, she was sure she felt the sentinels’ eyes on her even more than usual.  She kept her eyes on the ground in front of her.  They all know.  She hastened her pace.

Her brother was outside crushing some dried herbs.  He looked up as she approached, a worried look on his face.  “Kel…”

“It’s true?  Is it really her?”  Kelanori asked before he could say anything else.

He lowered his head.  “Yes.”

“Teri, who died then?”

He shrugged, still looking down, and mumbled, “It looked like her.”

Kelanori frowned.  She sighed, “Where is she?”

Terivanis looked up, “Upstairs.  Did you want me to go with you?”

She did.  She wanted any kind of support she could get while facing the woman, but Terivanis looked frazzled enough.  Had he been sleeping at all?  “No, I’ll be fine alone.”  He nodded as she went inside.

The ramp leading upstairs circled around both inside and outside of the building.  She made her way up it, each step feeling heavier than the one before.  At last she reached the room at the top.  She knocked outside of it.

A voice called out.  “Come in.”  It sounded like her.  Kelanori took a deep breath, and gathered her courage.  She stepped inside.

The woman sat at the table on one of the benches.  She leaned against the wall and propped her feet on the other bench in front of her.  She looked up as Kelanori entered and sneered, “Oh, it’s you.”

There was no doubt left.  “Mother.”  She frowned at the woman.  “How could you?”

“How could I what?  Get caught?  I suppose it happens to the best sometimes.”

“No!  How could you let us believe you were dead?  We’re your family!  Do you know how much pain you caused Terivanis?  And the twins?  Both of them cried when Teri told us.  Do you even care?”  Kelanori struggled to stay calm.

“Of course I care!”  She glared at Kelanori, “About them.  Admit it, you didn’t miss me.  Some priestess you are.  You don’t even care about your own mother.  All you ever did was contradict me and cause me pain.”

“Me?”  Kelanori gasped.  “You’re the one that was gone all the time.  You left me to raise your children, and when you did come home, you would break every single rule I had set for them.”

Her mother rolled her eyes, “Dear, if you hadn’t of made those asinine rules in the first place, then I wouldn’t have let them break them.”

“They were not asinine.  They were sensible.  I guess I should not have expected you to understand that.”

“I hope you don’t do that to my grandson.”

“What?”

Her mother grunted, “I always thought you would loosen up after you got laid.  I was wrong.”

“Mother!”  Kelanori’s ears darkened.  She was quickly losing her grasp on her inner calm.  “How could you say such a thing?”

Her mother shrugged and twitched an ear.  “Because it’s true.  I was wrong.”

Kelanori darkened further.  She decided to quickly return to questioning the woman.  “Where were you all this time?  Why didn’t you let us know you were alive?”

“I went a few places.  I didn’t think you wanted me to come back.”

Kelanori remembered she had often said that, many times directly to the woman.  “The boys needed you.”  It was the truth.  “They needed to know you were alive.  They needed their mother.  You should have let them know you were okay.”

“Who said anything about being okay?”  She held out her arm to show the burn scar that ran from her knuckles on the back of her hand to her elbow.  “I fought until it was obvious we were losing.  I have other scars.  You would probably turn dark purple and scream ‘Mother!’ if I showed them to you.”

Kelanori looked at her mother’s arm.  A burn scar was there for sure,  “You should have sought healing.  The scarring wouldn’t be so bad if you had.”  She looked closer, “What are all these bruises from?”

“When I was arrested.  They weren’t very gentle.”

“If you hadn’t run, it wouldn’t have been so bad.”  Kelanori knelt beside her mother and held her hand over the bruises on her mother’s arm.  She closed her eyes and whispered words of healing.

Her mother drew her arm back, “Stay away from me.”

Kelanori stood up and stepped back quickly.  A startled look was clear on her face.

“I don’t need to feel indebted to you.” Her mother snarled.  “Besides, that demon is supposed to do it.  I’m waiting to see how long it takes before she admits that she really can’t heal.”

“I was only trying to help.”  Kelanori sighed.  “Vajarra?  She’s a very good healer.  One of the best.”

Her mother shrugged.  “She has yet to prove that to me.”  She reached in her bag and took out a pouch of herbs. She put a leaf of one in her mouth.

“Why are you being so difficult?”

“I ask myself the same thing about you sometimes.  I should have never come into town.”

“Me?  I’m not the one refusing healing and saying that the draenei are demons!”

“You’re the one arguing.  I’m your mother.  Don’t you dare take that tone with me, you little brat.”

Kelanori glared at her mother.  Had she really gotten worse during her absence?  She didn’t remember her being so rude before.  They hadn’t gotten along, but here they were yelling at each other already.  As she opened her mouth to speak, another voice interrupted.

“I heard screaming.  Is everything okay?”  Terivanis stood in the doorway.  He looked ready to run.  Kelanori couldn’t help but smile at his pose, despite her upset with her mother.

“Your tyrant of a sister has taken it upon herself to make sure my stay here is as uncomfortable as possible.  The least she could do is show some respect for her elders.  Of course since she’s screwing an elder, I doubt that will happen any time soon.”

“Mother!”  Kelanori’s ears turned a dark purple.

Terivanis looked away and scratched his beard.  “Oh.”  He glanced down the ramp to his right before looking back in the room, “Kel, I think Ornasse was looking for you.”

“You think?”

He nodded.  She quickly left the room, and joined Terivanis on the ramp.  “Is he really looking for me?”

Terivanis shook his head, “Not that I know of.  I couldn’t leave you up there alone.”

Kelanori smiled slightly, “Thank you.”

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Kelanori – Letter to Tathariel

Dear Tathariel,

I hope all is well in Desolace.  I’m writing to let you know that things here in Feralas have been strange over the past few days.  Vassanta was shot in the forest.  The dart she was shot with only hit her arm, so she should be okay.  We don’t believe it was poisoned.  Jaeyn is keeping an eye on her for any change.  The woman who attacked her apparently believed she was a demon.

The same woman has been in Feathermoon the past couple days as well.  Phaa and Ornasse said that she asked a lot of questions about the babies, both Farahlor and Relanos, and she was insistent that Ornasse bring Farahlor out.  We believe she may have meant to kidnap him.

She acted very strangely.  She glared at me while I was holding Farahlor.  All I could see was her silver eyes filled with hatred in the darkness of her cowl.  It was very unsettling.

We informed the sentinels, and she ran.  We should find out soon if they managed to apprehend her or not.

She wears a cowl that covers her face and was wearing dark leather armor that was in a horrible state of repair.  I would consider her very dangerous.  Keep Relanos close, and if you see her, notify the guardians of the glade.  Hopefully, the sentinels were able to catch up with her, and you need not to worry.

Love,

Kel

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Kelanori – Diary (A Shadow in the Trees V)

Dear Diary,

Farahlor is taking longer naps now.  I seem to know when he wakes up.  I was taking a nap with him when I woke and he was there smiling at me.

Ornasse wasn’t inside so I took Farahlor out to the moonwell.  I found Ornasse there with Zaethir and Phaa.  There’s apparently a crazy woman about.  She shot Vassanta.  I was assured she was okay and that Jaeyn is taking care of her.  The crazy woman called Phaa a demon, and she called that nice paladin one too.  He’s been going to fight demons as I understand it.  I don’t know how she could think that of any of the draenei.

Phaa said that she wears a hood.  She probably doesn’t want to get caught for her criminal activity, or something of that sort.

Ornasse said that he felt that she was an older elf although he insisted he wasn’t looking.  She apparently sat fairly close to him.  That makes me nervous.

It makes me more nervous that there’s a mentally unstable lunatic shooting people.  Ornasse went to find her.  Hopefully he can coax her back into town so that the sentinels can apprehend her.

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OOC – Art

Bad picture, but I think I’m finally done with skin tones on this one.  Next step, hair!

Skin tones finished? I think?

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