Successful wow guide and their stories

Posted: 13th August 2012 by admin in World of Wracraft
Comments Off

The thought hit Nozdormu the Timeless One the instant he saw the desiccated bronze dragon. Zirion had shriveled into a husk half his original size. Lesions covered his body from head to tail. Instead of blood, golden sand cascaded out of the wounds in unending streams upon which shimmered ghostly images of his life that had not yet come to pass. His future was bleeding out of him. Nozdormu strode across one of the isolated peaks ofMountHyjalto stand by Zirion’s side, every moment of history rippling over the Timeless One’s sun-colored scales. As he loomed over the dying dragon, a wave of helplessness flooded through him. An impenetrable veil had descended on the timeways, one that not even he, the Aspect of the bronze dragonflight and the Guardian of Time, could pierce. The past and future—things he had once seen with clarity—had become muddled.

“Where are the othersss?” Nozdormu craned his great neck toward Tick, who stood nearby. The loyal dragon had transported Zirion on her back from the bronze flight’s lair in the Caverns of Time with all due speed, a feat possible only because of her passenger’s withered state. Tick’s breaths were still labored from the ordeal. “He returned alone.” “How can that be?” Nozdormu growled in frustration. “Twelve I dispatched into the past. Twelve!” He had tasked his agents with investigating the unsettling condition of the timeways, but now he couldn’t shake the feeling that he had merely consigned them to their deaths.

Upon returning to the present, the dragons were supposed to have met the Timeless One atop Hyjal precisely at midday. It was well past noon when Tick, whom he had not sent into the timeways, had arrived, bearing Zirion. “What did you sssee, Zirion?” Nozdormu asked as he began weaving spells to reverse the sands of time escaping from the other dragon. “I fear he has lost the strength to speak,” Tick put in. The Timeless One barely heard her. The impossible was happening: his magic was having no effect. His actions had been predicted and countered by equally powerful spellwork. There was only one being in existence who possessed the foresight and skill to best the bronze Aspect in the realm of time. 

Comments are closed.