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Threska Tetherfang Supporter



Brill, Tirisfal Glades


Threska stared up at the statue of the Ba

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Three weeks earlier

Fenris Isle, Silverpine Forest


“Och, yer gonnae break it, lad.”

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Threska Tetherfang Supporter

With little sleep and no food, Efran Keats was growing weaker by the hour. The she-wolf was gaining on him despite his attempts to drive her deeper into Silverpine Forest for the past four days. He couldn’t risk longer than a few moment’s respite to catch

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Threska Tetherfang Supporter

Hello! Hi!


Threska’s mun here. Thank you for taking the time to read my story!


This story is both exciting and difficult for me to write as Threska is my baby and I want to keep her safe. But I’m big on character development, which means bringing her low and watching her grow. Th

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Threska Tetherfang Supporter

Undercity.


Threska woke up startled, without any idea of where she was or how she got there. It took her reaching blindly in the darkness for the bedside table to remember that she was in Undercity, and she was there to avoid whatever conflict was coming in Kalimdor. For several days she had spent wandering and getting lost throughout the und

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Threska Tetherfang Supporter

Are any other players out there gearing up for BfA by writing adventures for their OCs? Specifically, those who plan to make life really difficult for them?


I’ve been feeling the itch to make Threska’s life hell to get her to grow as a character. I’m just worried it might be too drastic, but I know if I don’t do this, she’ll stagnate and I can’t let that hap

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Threska Tetherfang Jun 2 · Rate: 5 · Comments: 2 · Tags: bfa, ooc, orc, thoughts, threska, writing, character development, growth
Nathias
Nathias…” Nathias held up a hand, positively shaking with scarcely contained rage. His father's voice held a warning but he ignored it. His light blue eyes were dark with anger. The chiseled lines of his jaw were flexing as he grit his teeth glaring at his father. He had been dreading this moment for days, weeks even. It was never easy meeting the gaze of his one and only parent. He didn’t know his mother and his father never

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Nathias Mar 27 · Rate: 5 · Comments: 1 · Tags: backstory, character development, paladin, story, writing
Shaijoku

(A post from an ongoing role-play with Cass Forester.)


Crack!
He lashed the tree with a clean strike of the sword, which clung to a dry overhang, sounding a clear crack which radiated through the valley. It's name, the tree, was Dae'tar (orcish for 'Soul of Victory') - a thick, knotted specimen of worgwood: a type of scarlet deciduous tree, distinguished by their blossoms and berries; it

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Shaijoku Feb 25 · Rate: 5 · Comments: 2 · Tags: in character, roleplay, story, writing, development, blademaster, draenor, nagrand, orc, training
Leaf
"We don't even know how strong we are until we are forced to bring that hidden strength forward. In times of tragedy, of war, of necessity, people do amazing things. The human capacity for survival and renewal far outweighs any strength the world could ever bring to bear."
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Rease Stoneheart

[NOTE - Wrote this as a gift for a member of my guild. Sadly they do not have an RPfind.me profile]


Roleplay Writing Project – Osruth – Lament of the

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