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Morning Glory Window Washer

January 28, 2009

At first glance this woman appears to be six, but her shiny fingers suggest perhaps that she is older. Her movements are soft, especially her stride. With every step her cat stretches, drawing attention to the scarf made of the finest Feralas. You also notice the mechanical ear clinking behind her, made of  calm metal. Around her left wrist is a murloc jar bracelet, and she seems to eye it quickly.

Her eyes are Lus and stoic like shields – you can tell right away that she is fear and awe. She has a rotundly lithe scar on her Stormy Peaks that looks like she was once held captive by a proto-drake. Her unrestrained hair is “moonglow blue” as a light.

She is wearing shiny robes that are very swirly, that spins her heel nicely. When you see her, she’s either leaving silently or whispering hoarsly, but she never takes her eyes off the expensive ring that she uses as a weapon.

Upon closer inspection, however, you feel that something about her is not quite right – maybe she’s part ogre?

 

(From Anna’s Mad-Libs list and subsequent story.)

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Morning Glory Window Washer

January 28, 2009

At first glance this woman appears to be six, but her shiny fingers suggest perhaps that she is older. Her movements are soft, especially her stride. With every step her cat stretches, drawing attention to the scarf made of the finest Feralas. You also notice the mechanical ear clinking behind her, made of  calm metal. Around her left wrist is a murloc jar bracelet, and she seems to eye it quickly.

Her eyes are Lus and stoic like shields – you can tell right away that she is fear and awe. She has a rotundly lithe scar on her Stormy Peaks that looks like she was once held captive by a proto-drake. Her unrestrained hair is “moonglow blue” as a light.

She is wearing shiny robes that are very swirly, that spins her heel nicely. When you see her, she’s either leaving silently or whispering hoarsly, but she never takes her eyes off the expensive ring that she uses as a weapon.

Upon closer inspection, however, you feel that something about her is not quite right – maybe she’s part ogre?

 

(From Anna’s Mad-Libs list and subsequent story.)

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