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Squire Benjamin William Sullivan stood in the middle of Light’s Hope Chapel in his underpants.

Actually, it was white linen pants and a shift, but the effect was approximately the same. The little chapel was warm, on the edge of …

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Meet Anryl!
comment 1 Written by on February 8, 2008 – 9:47 am

I’ve had one last character slot open on Feathermoon for awhile, and I think I’ve finally filled it with the right character.

Meet Anryl!

And, if you’re going to have a cookie cutter, female Blood Elf hunter, I figure why not have an unusual pet.  So yesterday afternoon, Anryl and I put on some bits of cloth that served as “decency” and ran from the Undercity, down through the Sepulcher, through Tarren Mill, up to Hammerfall, back down through Menethil, up Dun Algaz and through the north pass into Dun Morogh.  At level 11.  About two hours worth of deaths, yes, but when I got there, Mangeclaw was waiting for me!   He’s an unusual pet in general, since he and a rare spawn also found in Dun Morogh are the only white bears outside Winterspring, but I’m not thinking I’ll see many other low level blood elves with him trailing after them either.  Plus, bears are awesome.  I love the way he runs!

But, he needs a name.  Suggestions have been Winston, Theodore, Zasha, and Rusarlas (called “Russ”).  I’m not sure, but I’m kind of leaning towards the later two, because they sound vaguely Russian, and I”ll be leveling through beast mastery.  So he’ll be both a White Bear and a Big Red Bear.   Tee hee hee.

I’m definitely still open to name suggestions though, so leave a comment if you prefer one over the other, or have an awesome bear name!

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One Response to “Meet Anryl!”

  1. Aw, he’s adorable! Reminds me when I dragged my Tauren over to Darnassus to get him an owl. Poor thing.

    I’m no good with names. =/ maybe try a “baby name” website. A lot of them have searches where you can look by nationality or meaning.

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