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Kisokutsuchi Spiritwhisper
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1) State your name and any titles that you have earned, through service to the Horde in battle or otherwise

My name is Kisokutsuchi Spiritwhisper. I was given the name Spiritwhisper when I began my training as a shaman, as the circumstances were...unique. I am from the Shatterhoof clan. I have only an old nickname, not quite such a lofty thing as a "title." I am known by some as the Crimson Thunder.

2) List your vocation, be it Mage, Hunter, or any other.

I am a Shaman. I have long been proficient in the art of melee combat, but recently I have taken a great interest in the healing arts, and I progress quickly.

3) Please introduce yourself to us, as much of your personal history as you feel comfortable sharing at this time.

Where to begin? I was born when the Tauren were still seperate and nomadic. Through my early childhood, I continually referenced sounds and voices that no one else claimed they could hear. As I grew older, these voices began to scare me, and I could not quiet them. Mere days after my eighth year I ran away from my clan, and I quickly lost my way. I was missing for weeks; my clan had nearly given up hope when I came out of a cave that the clan was passing by, as strong and healthy as when I had left. During my time away, the spirits had appeared to me, and explained that they had never meant to frighten me. The next day I began my training under one of our Farseers; they apologized for not realizing sooner.

I had already entered adulthood when my clan made the decision to travel to Mulgore. At this time, the centaur had been repelled, but not driven off; we were beset. I had no weapons of my own, and instead picked up a pair of totems, and rushed into battle with nothing but my strength and a plea to the Earth Mother for help. I am told I fought like one possessed, felling entire centaur in single blows, thunder erupting and blood dripping from me. It was this, combined with an unfortunate set of red armor in my later years that earned me the moniker of the "Crimson Thunder."

Some time before the Outland conflict, I began my travels across Azeroth as a member of the Horde. I met no particular challenges--until Ashenvale. I was tasked there with eradicating a den of demons that had managed to take up residence in a nearby canyon. It was my first encounter with demons, but I was not particularly worried. However, as I grew nearer to the canyon, I felt a pain from the Earth, one I had never come across before. I saw the demons there, I felt the taint they spread and the pain they caused, and a fury welled up inside me, greater than I had ever felt--one that I knew was not my own. Such was the first time I felt the rage of the Earth; I began slaying them all, and whenever I began to tire, my rage surged once more and I was renewed. I did not stop until they were all dead.

For a time, I ceased my adventuring and did battle in the Warsong Gulch and the Basin of Arathi. I did exceptionally well, but eventually I moved on.

My next obstacle, and likely my greatest, was when I entered Felwood. I have always been sensitive to the spirits and their pain, and entering Felwood was like entering a torture chamber. Screams of agony and moans of pain surrounded me always, but I believed I was capable of withstanding it. I was wrong, and in my inexperience I overextended myself, remaining in Felwood longer than my ability could support me; I came dangerously close to losing my sanity in that place, but I escaped that cursed place and moved to the calmer forest of Ashenvale. It was not enough, and so I returned to Mulgore to recover.

I wish I had entered the Plaguelands before the Felwood. After my experiences in the cursed forest, the unnatural silence of the Plaguelands was quite easy to withstand, and I did much good there.

I arrived to the Outland conflict late; I assisted in the efforts of the Horde there, but I was not a member of any of the strike forces that struck the Serpentshrine Cavern or the Black Temple.

I have traveled to Northrend to play a greater part in the conflict than I did in the Outland; it is my belief that before the world can be healed, we must first remove that which is harming it. The Scourge must be destroyed before the healing can truly begin. I have taken up the healing arts to make myself more useful to the Horde in Northrend, and I am quickly becoming adept at it.

4) Tell us about any professions you have taken up, such as Tailoring or First Aid.

I work with leather, and I have learned the art of skinning to assist in this. I do not believe in killing beasts of the world without using as much as we can of the kill. To do so is an affront to the spirit of the animal and a great waste.

5) What are the Clans, Tribes, or Guilds that you have been a part of in the past, if any?

I have not been associated with any. I have moved through the world, a freelance agent, if you will. I assist where I am needed.

6) Please describe what drew your interest in joining the Ironsong Tribe, and any memorable interactions you have had with members of Ironsong.

I have heard many great things of the Ironsong Tribe, and almost all of them good. Where eccentricities are not only accepted, but encouraged--to a point, of course. I have had dealings with the ones known as Lurie and Umu, and they provided me with great tales of the Tribe.

7) What is the greatest trial you have faced, either long ago, or in the recent past?

Easily my traversal of the Felwood, as I explained earlier.

8) What are your current goals, or some of your greatest desires, and the reasons behind them?

My immediate goal is to become a more proficient healer; taking a life is no great task, but preserving a life--or several--is a worthy feat.

9) What do you enjoy most in your adventures in Azeroth?

I take great pleasure in striking down the foes of the Horde and the Earth Mother alongside other heroes, but in my leisure time I enjoy exploring whatever land I happen to find myself in. I do enjoy partaking in the occasional battle against the forces of the Alliance, as well.

10) Finally, have you read our Code of Conduct, and do you agree to abide by the rules stated in it? If so, please state so here in addition to a reply to the post itself.

I have read the Code and I find it acceptable. I will abide.


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