As was suggested yesterday in the comments, I ended up creating characterizations for both a Forsaken Priest and a Troll Priest. I ran into some trouble with the Forsaken one, since I’ve put so much time into Aely, not having that character end up drawing from too much similar experience – I didn’t want to end up with two “clone”-y characters, or a derivative one. (So something like a “what if” Aely wasn’t working either).
When I started digging around for Troll ideas, though, I hit the jackpot. So here she is!
Her name is Anzefi (she doesn’t have a last name), and she’s a Darkspear Troll (duh). Relatively slight… ok slight for a Troll… she’s somewhat unassuming looking (aside from the huge teal mohawk), but has a particular love of really bright colored clothing. She’s spent some time studying with the priests of the Zandalari, and as such is a firm believer in the Loa and has some skill in voodoo. She works particularly with water and ocean Loa – who, according to superstition – are both creative and judgmental, granters of wishes and second chances, but with a fickle temper (much like any ocean spirit would be, really).
Walking the fine line between healing and hexing, she’s not afraid to look into the future – and she’s not so bad at interpreting omens either (though she’s had a few … uh… miscalls in that area in the past). If you asked her to tell your future, she’d do so with a set of shells, or by scrying into a bowl of water.
She’s also quite terrified of bugs.
I’m super excited and spent most of last night exploring around places I’d not yet been in game (namely Northrend Horde towns!). She also brought with her a set of Heirloom leather XP shoulders for Anaje, which should help HER out as well. Hooray!
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