All my characters tend to have the same general backstory: They've lost something. It might be a home... family... who they are... etc.Cheap WOW Gold.They're on a quest to find their place in world, perhaps some solace or to start anew.Currently, the backstory for my main (a Kaldorei monk) is that she's been exiled from Darnassus. (I haven't set foot back there since after she turned Level 15).
My hunter keeps going because of his title: Scout
I earned it, and no more, back in vanilla when I didn't know what I was doing in PvP, but it made an impression. My hunter is a troll, long-legged for long journeys on foot, head bent down to follow tracks, bow in his hand and beast at his side. His armor is trolling in look, strewn with fetishes and glowing with a shadow-hunter's magic. He is a frontiersman. He goes where there are lands to explore and prey to hunt, and he doesn't give up or settle down, ever. It keeps the game world fun.
World of Warcraft will be down for its usual maintenance period today, beginning at 3:00 a.m. Pacific until approximately 11:00 a.m. Pacific. In the meantime, why don't we catch up on some news together? The Warlords of Draenor hype train picked up speed this past week, and while we still have no ETA on a beta, we are hopefully taking slow, tiny steps in that general direction.