Hello there, I'm George, and I'm a professional photographer who, in his spare time, likes to pretend he's an elf.
Sarin'teal Thondroril - [link]
Tolerates short walks along the beach; moderately appreciates good theatre; partakes in the mass slaughter of the Theramore citizenship through the expert utilisation of condensed raw arcane energy locked within a weapon of mass destruction with the capabilities to tear a hole in the fabric of space and time.
No raptor army, nor their vaporised commander, can withstand this repertoire of skill and charm.
Amazing art by the impossibly well-practiced: [link]
Sarfek, Son of Grukek
Ever wondered what would happen if you combined a connoisseur of spring water, a lead-poisoned maniac, a cannibal, and accidental animal cruelty into the body of a short, gangly orc? Of course, everybody has. I did, and Sarfek was the result. A genuinely (over)enthusiastic orc who has nothing bad to say about anybody living on Azeroth today -- because he killed and ate the skin all of the others.
Sarfek was last seen retreating into the wilderness, following an unhappy incident in which he came across a particularly grating Kor Kron of Hellscream ilk.
Former poster boy of Kaja Cola, Clamenza found his calling in shamanism in an attempt to prove he was no washed up model/actor. Rather he was, in fact, a hero. Unlucky for him, his gold-digging wife has kept along for the ride to ensure that they don't starve as a result of his vault-emptying attempts a "heroics"
In a bid to earn the favour of Fire, Clamenza was set aflame and had to throw himself from the Thandol Span, into angry-crab-filled-waters. Being a wise and powerful Shaman, Clamenza taught the crabs a lesson by striking them dead with lightning. Unfortunately for him, water conducts and his scorched remains ended up floating downstream, into the Great Sea, ankhs and all.