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First Forays

Becki says…

I haven’t even blogged at my regular journal in ages, so I doubt this page is going to see regular use. Could be interesting to blog in character as Linett, however. Don’t expect that to be regular either, though. She’s always busy out questing and such…Actually, I don’t really RP as Linett so it seems odd to blog in character. Not so odd that I’m not considering it! :-) It would be kind of fun, especially as it’s years since I did any character writing (alas for the demise of Terra Group, especially since much of that demise was from my own neglect).

So.

Linett says…

I have seen wonders in all my travels, but I am charmed anew with Hollin. This is a wild and beautiful land, something like home in its greens and its broad vistas and yet entirely different too, as every land in which I travel is different. In this country I could thrive, I am sure. Its youthful beauty belies its ancient history. That history too is charming: the harmony once known here between the Elves of Eregion and neighbor dwarves well befits such a lovely landscape. What a place this must have been in those days! Even now, despite the swarms of fell creatures and incursions of enemy forces, the land of Hollin has charms to spare.


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