|We're Through The Looking Glass Here, People
||[Nov. 24th, 2008|07:09 am]
Things have gone from strange, to outright bizarre. Dakos is never going to believe a word I say from this point forward.
Regarding the Book and the debt we owe the blue dragonflight for destroying it, they've thrown at us the task of bringing in mages for... whatever it is they plan on doing with them. I asked, but it's not the business of mortals, we're not going into it, etc etc. Something like this.
So needless to say, I spend all day yesterday trying to eavesdrop on the conversations of those who seemed like they belonged to that description, and all it got me was a portal that I figured looked like it'd be to Silvermoon, but ended up being to a floating human city in the sky, apparently. Caeryn essentially pointed out the stupidity of following a man through mysterious portals, and I can't say I disagree. The Riverdrinker would be delighted that I'm continuing to reaffirm his beliefs. At the time, however, it seemed like the best way to see what they were capable of.
And there's another point. Caeryn of all people was there, and seemingly unconcerned with the fact that we were in a floating city. She was more concerned with her rodent problem than anything else, and didn't bat an
Right, blind. No wonder she doesn't seem impressed or horrified by Dalaran. It must just being another city, making city-like noises to her.
But, there are no Scourge in this place, it's not nearly as cold as the open tundra, and even finding lodgings in the sewers isn't nearly as bad as it could be. I suppose I could stay in the Horde inn if I removed the Circle's armour, but I've no mind to take the bed of a soldier that's actually working for the Horde proper, and there are no representatives from Moonglade here yet, save Ephe. And if I had the money for such things, I would undoubtedly be visiting the toy store to further corrupt the boy.
And so I have the surreal experience of instead watching waterlogged garbage float in circles in a drain pipe a mile or so in the sky.