Legacy of The SeekerIt was morning in Dragonblight. The sun began to peak above the mountaintops. The snow sparkled like pure diamonds. Animal life began to stir from their protected homes. The powerful storm yesterday brought had vanished as quick as it appeared. It was safe once again to roam the arctic lands of Dragonblight.The Ruby Dragonshrine stood silent. The chilling winds of Northrend brushed against the crimson leaves of the majestic tree in the middle. However, the silence was not broken by this, nor was it broken by all of the people slowly entering the sacred ground. The sun shined down on the dragonshrine, saturating it in a full spectrum of colors and hues.They all were adorned in black formal clothing and not one soul bore a smile on their face. There had to be hundreds of them. There were leaders of the Horde, Alliance, and the Wyrmrest Accord. They all surrounded the great tree. Among them stood Varian Wrynn, Jaina Proudmoore, Alexstrasza, Korialstrasz, Garrosh He
The Seeker: PrologueThe thunder cracked during the midst of the storm. Each wave smashed against the bow of the ship as the crew members sought shelter inside. The moaning of the wind sent a cold chill down everyone's spine. One of the sailors rushed to the captain. "Sir," he said gasping for air, "The naga appear to have lost sight of us, sir!""Excellent," the captain felt relieved, but still had the stress of the storm to deal with, "With them finally off our shoulders, we can start planning a route to find our way home again. Keep the others inside; this storm isn't going to be letting up any time soon.""Aye, sir."The other sailors had sat down on by the far end of each wall. Each man was drenched with water from the storm. Some of the far more injured were in pain as the salt water rushed into their wounds. The naga showed no mercy to any of them. It was apparent had they not escaped, the many cuts and bruises on them would have covered their entire front and back.Captain Sorel also had his fair s
The Seeker: EotDP Chapter 3The Seeker stood in front of the others. He looked rather out of it, often remaining quiet and staring blankly into space. It was evident Sorelstrasz was going through a surreal phase. Perhaps if they just gave him time to adjust he would be all right. Indigosa walked to his side and examined him. Sorelstrasz did not even bother to turn his head. He just stared forward with his head down. It was as if he was walking alone down a boulevard of broken dreams. The Seeker had nothing but himself and that was all he had for who knows how long they had been held captive within the orbs."Look at me and tell me you are the Seeker." Indigosa said to him.Sorelstrasz didn't even twitch his head, but simply said in a soft voice, "Well, I was the Seeker." His eyes were glossed over with a ghostly silver.Indigosa looked puzzled him. "Was?""When I gave my life to the orb, that sealed my fate. There was nothing left for me to accomplish in the world. I fulfilled my purpose.""I don't believe you."