Character table created by Fandyllic.
|Active||Ner'zhul||Blase||M||Human||Warrior||43||Blacksmith||/||Miner||Tuatha de Danaan||<none>|
|Active||Ner'zhul||Tiania||F||Night Elf||Rogue||27||Alchemist||/||Herbalist||Tuatha de Danaan||<none>|
|Active||Ner'zhul||Leeuwenhoek||M||Night Elf||Priest||20||Engineer||/||Miner||Tuatha de Danaan||<none>|
|Active||Ner'zhul||Kaelah||F||Night Elf||Druid||16||Enchanter||/||Tailor||Tuatha de Danaan||<none>|
Alimoona was a joke character for when me and some of my guildmates from Tuatha went to go play over on the Kirin Tor server, a RP server, free of the PvP nonsense. It is obviously a joke off my main characters name, Alionna. The moo was added in there because the character was a tauren, which we all know is a cow person. The original incarnation was a hunter, but when I rerolled her, she became a druid. I became kind of interested with the character and actually leveled her up high enough to get the first druid form. Of 3 or 4 druids I rolled, she has the designation of being the first to get an animal form.
Drakkan has the designation of being the only villain turned PC in any of my D&D campaigns. Originally named Draken, he arrived in a mission I was heading as a follower for a corrupt king. He was the leader of the royal guards and was traveling cross country to bring the king a gem of some sort that they stole from another kingdom. Our party snuck into Drakkan's camp but was caught and knocked out. We awoke in a make-shift arena and soon found ourselves against a minotaur. We defeated the enemy, but we were again knocked out (I admit, i was strapped for ideas). We awoke to find the troops gone. We arrived at the kingdom where Drakkan was headed and worked our way through a dungeon, fending off one early enemy and a pretty difficult warlock who had a shield guardian with him. We finally arrived in the throne room where we faced the king and Drakkan. The king went into a speal about being a god now and was cut short as a blade went through his back. Drakkan plucked the gem from the king and held it. The battle to return the gem than began. Drakkan had a flaming sword and some nasty claws, but no real good defense. His hits though were nasty. We defeated him with a 50% survival rate and finished the mission.
I than created Drakkan a while later as a kind of undead like character called a Ghostwalker, which was a prestige class, but since we were bored and starting with lvl10 character, I did him that way. His weapons and stuff were stipped down to average stuff, but it was interesting to see the other players reactions when Drakkan first appeared.
He now resides in Lordoran as a member of the horde. His backstory has him as a ranking knight for the alliance, but when making an attempt to wipe out the Blackrock orcs, his entire squad was masacered. A later party found the remains of only him and two of his men. His body was burried in his home town of Brill, that is, until it eventually rose again.
Nyslay is the character I am most disappointed with in World of Warcraft, as he was quite a beloved character of mine in D&D. But in WoW, he was forced to be part of the horde, and I had very little interest in playing them.
Nyslay was a Chaotic Neutral Gnoll barbarian. As if that didn't sound bizarre enough, he had an extreme love for halflings and gnomes! He was a lovable furry guy that actually was kind of the comic releif of our party for a while. A blood soaked barbarian who would lay in a meadow and sniff flowers... C'mon, the dude was a freak. He eventually met up with a loveable halfling Rogue who quickly became his best friend. It was in the heat of battle when the halfling got knocked into the air, that she landed on the back of Nyslay and realized she could ride him. She began to shoot her arrows from there and he continued to fight in battle, not slowed by her weight. Nyslay became the first character in our DnD group with points in "Profession: Mount" and the duo quickly became known as The Panzer.
If the Alliance had had a race which fit the gnoll description, Nyslay would probably be one of my higher characters. Even if the Alliance had had Tauren, which I actually am quite fond of, he would have seen a lot more action. But being on a PvP server with people I was fond of, I never got over much to play with Nyslay. If Burning Crusade gives the Alliance Worgon or even Gnolls (doubtful, but I'm hoping!) than Nyslay may yet see the battle field under the flag of the Alliance! For now his alliance half remains as a lvl1 dwarven warrior, who shall never be played and will be deleted after the expansion comes out, hopfully replaced by a new version.
Ketka is my local place filler. She has seen the light on about three different servers, two different races, and easily half of the possible classes for orcs/trolls to have. I create Ketkas with new names and identities every time a friend wants to play on a server somewhere as a horde, and I need a new low character to hang around with them. Her current incarnation is a Troll Shaman.