All the talk in Azeroth at the moment is about the strange events of the past month or so - elemental invasions in Stormwind and Ironforge, purple-robed cultists roaming the streets and ground tremors shaking the world to its very foundations. What it portends I cannot say for certain, rumours abound, not least of which is the prediction of a cataclysmic event in the coming days that will change the face of Azeroth forever. There is a sense of expectation and fear from all around me.
Although Stormwind and Ironforge have been at the centre of these attacks, I have grave concern for my homeland of Teldrassil and Darkshore. I have been to Auberdine a few times recently, ridding it of its own infestation of furious elementals, and wondering what is to become of the place in which I began my journeys as a druid so long ago. Five years have passed since I spent time in Auberdine, but I will always remember it fondly. Staying there taught me so much about my place in this world of ours.
Tonight I will be holding a vigil at the moonwell there - praying to Elune for guidance and imbuing myself with the moon goddess' spirit to bolster me for the coming days. Elune adore!