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Title: Novice of the Cenarion Circle
Vitals[edit | edit source]
Race: Night Elf
Professions: Skinning, Leatherworking
Age: About 5,000
Hair: Leaf green, waist-length, worn in a long braid
Skin: Very light lavender, with a slight tinge of green. Her face markings are leaf-like and low on her cheeks.
Eyes: Glowing with the light of Elune, like any other Kal’dorei
Height: Average for a Kal’dorei
Weight: Average for a Kal’dorei
Appearance[edit | edit source]
This young night elf has no special physical characteristics that would distinguish her from any other. Her eyes are filled with a mixture of grim determination and gentle compassion.
History[edit | edit source]
“One day, I will see Daddy again… in the Emerald Dream.”
Thilrena’s father, Porthanos, was one of the first druidic students of Malfurion Stormrage after the Sundering. He had just married the light of his life, Amala, and when it was time to begin the Long Vigil, he taught her how to waken him so he could visit with her from time to time. As females were not permitted in druidic society, this was frowned upon, though, being a newlywed himself, Malfurion allowed this for the lovers’ sake. Porthanos was favored by Aviana, and eventually became a Druid of the Talon, thus earning the surname “Leafsinger”.
After Thilrena was born, Porthanos wakened more often, and became very close to his daughter. During the war against the Burning Legion, he stood with the rest of the druids under Malfurion’s command. Sorrowed by the loss of Nordrassil, the Leafsinger family settled in Ashenvale, with Porthanos resuming his dreaming in the Dor’Danil Barrow Den.
Not long after, word of Dor’Danil being infiltrated and corrupted reached the Leafsinger family. Wasting no time, Amala packed up her daughter and belongings and moved to Auberdine in Darkshore, where she lives to this day.
When the Cenarion Circle withdrew the male-only requirement for druidic membership, Thilrena was quick to apply, vowing to learn what happened to her father and one day be reunited with him.