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I cannot tell you much of my past. I do know that I was a traveler on the Exodar, but much of my life on Draenor eludes me. When I awoke among the wreckage of the escape pod, I was surrounded by the dead and the dying. I stumbled into a shelter, and met the priest Zalduun. Despite his tiredness and relative inexperience, he worked continuously to heal and aid whomever he could. Inspired by his heroic selflessness, I quickly learned the healing skills of a priest. I walked among the scattered debris, trying to save as many lives as I could, until I reached the point of exhaustion. I staggered back to the shelter.
After a night's uneasy rest, Zalduun sent me onwards to Azure Watch, to help more survivors in their struggle against the environment. Eventually I made my way to the Exodar, and onwards to Bloodmyst Isle to assist in our continuing battle against the oppression of the blood elves. Afterwards, I traveled to Darkshore, where I met a kindly night elven rogue named Farggles. Out of kindness and bravery, he came with me through the Wetlands and into the mountains to Ironforge. I met many a cheerful Dwarf there, but it was only a brief respite until I reached Stormwind City, where I now reside in a small, one-bedroom home in the apprehensively-named Cut-Throat Alley.
I am travelling the lands of Kalimdor and the Eastern Kingdoms, making a personal journey in search of wisdom. I seek to improve my skills primarily as a healer, but secondarily as a protector of the innocent and the virtuous. During my journey, I have met many people of many races, and I count many wise souls among them.
My studies into the priesthood are almost within the holy talents, although I admit to brief studies into the talents of the shadow. It is my belief that the shadow is an integral component of the holy light, as shadow is merely darkness cast by light. Unto that end someone who makes occasional use of shadow talents, while maintaining a firm focus on discipline or holiness, will ultimately remain pure and good.
I seek not to injure, but to heal. I seek not to burden, but to help. I seek not to enslave, but to free. I seek not material wealth, but inner peace.