I am uncertain if you intended to convey a sense of sadness in your previous letter--perhaps I have misread it.
Either way, I would like to offer you a word of encouragement.
You have made tremendous progress in uniting the Shadowlands behind your Prince.
The heroes of our realms rally behind your banner as you charge ahead into the unknown.
The villains of our realms cower at the mere mention of your name.
And I am proud to call you my friend.
P.S. Kleia wants you to know that she's proud of you too!
Humble Letter 2
It was good to hear from you. I wrote back as soon as I was able, and I hope you will do the same.
I love reading the stories of your adventures, particularly when you journey with others united in purpose.
Tell me, <name>, what is the most inspiring moment of sacrifice and bravery you have witnessed from a comrade in battle?
I could use a little extra inspiration today.
Pelagos broke ground as one of the first explicitly transgender characters in Warcraft series.
During the Shadowlands alpha, dialogue and quest text originally referred to Pelagos with the gender-neutral pronouns "they"/"them". This was changed after Blizzard received feedback that using "he"/"him" would be more respectful of the character's wishes to be identified as a man.
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