Welcome home, Abantou Dawnhoof.
With another pilgrimage successfully undertaken, we welcome home Abantou, our newest Dawn Gazer. A familiar face we can turn to in our times of need and weakness.
As we welcome him home, allow yourself a moment to reflect on who you are, what your oath means if you have taken it, and if not, think on what it is that brings us balance.
With the Legion invasion relentlessly continuing, many of Azeroth's denizens have taken up arms to repel the attackers, many of our own have joined them, some returning injured, some have yet to return. We all have our parts to play in the future of our homes, our Tribe and our world.
Not everyone is a soldier, many are healers, scholars, provisioners. We'd do well to keep them all safe, as such, our stronger braves and our provisioners will be heading out around highmountain to gather food, fish and herbs for the locals and for ourselves.
With our none combatants in mind, a trade caravan had been recently dispatched to the Lumber mill in Ashenvale. A trade planned to see Blades exhanged for Lumber, rather than us cutting down yet more trees out in the wilds. The trade was successful but there were complications. Even though the world is under threat from demonic invasions, there are still those who ignore the bigger picture and act out of greed and malice. Such people saw Nullah Mighthoof heavily wounded during combat.
However, the swift spell casting of Spirithorn found a solution in making our large, Matron Dawnsky, turly giant, and she was able to help secure passage beyond the highwaymen and keep the party safe.
This is not the only cout of fast thinking from this party. Chosing to show mercy when possible, they avoided what could have been a grueling fight with a collection of protestors.
There are many yet who will need to undertake the Journey to find themselves within the tribe. It's a long journey and an even longer wait, patience is a key virtue in those who wish to bear the oath and the markings of the Thundermoon Tribe.