Tundara is a fierce and remorseless troll. She tailors, enchants, and seethes about various injustices (real and perceived.) Tundara quests with her beloved Lorpos, a wise and hearty Orc warrior.
Tundara grew up in southern Durotar but her heart belongs to Tirisfal glades. As a restless young priestess she impulsively hopped aboard a Brill-bound zeppelin and ended up spending quite a while wandering among the mists and mysteries of Tirisfal Glades and Silverpine Forest. She returned to Orgrimmar, which she still considers home, and there she plans her future adventures with Lorpos. Even more than journeying into dangerous areas and smiting her various enemies, Tundara finds her deepest satisfaction in crafting and enchanting armor and items that will go on to aid her allies in combat. Sewing and tinkering with enchantments are her greatest day-to-day joys.
Although a devotee of Shadow magic, an early experience fighting alongside a noble young druid named Bularada engendered a newfound respect for the ways of those who walk Nature's path. Tundara is intrigued and a little awed by the Tauren connection to the earth; occasionally she is frustrated at what she interprets as her own alienation from Nature. She is tolerant, if bemused, by the Highborne elves and their fraught relationship with magic. She sympathizes deeply with the Forsaken and secretly hopes to dedicate much of her time, in the future, to aiding their cause. Tundara greatly enjoys the company of Orcs--so much so that she married one. Eventually she would like to adopt an orphaned Orc child and raise it, with Lorpos, to be a fierce and proud member of the Horde. For now she is content to baby Lorpos's new kitten, Muttons, and tell it long meandering stories about the past glories of the Darkspear tribe.
Currently Muttons appears indifferent.
Tundara is of average height and weight for her race, with a mottled grayish-blue complexion and a striking silver-white mohawk. Her eyes are generally reddened from too many hours squinting over her stitching; plus all that Soul Dust acts as an irritant.
Tundara's talent points are not coherently distributed, though she leans toward a Shadow build. As she progresses, her future talent points will be spent in Shadow (once she has her "loose ends" wrapped up in Holy and Discipline; for example, she wants those last three points in Wand Specialization and will get that done before moving on to truly specialize in Shadow.)
No exceptionally exotic recipes at present, although Tundara can whip up a mean [Greater Adept's RobeGreater_Adept's_Robe|and enjoys sewing Azure Silk pieces for mages.
No matter how difficult the quest, no matter how recalcitrant the murlocks, Tundara is always grateful to collapse in her beloved's arms at the end of the day.]