Naturally, she tripped and fell to the ground with a small yelp after passing a shop a bit later; the flyers she had been carrying in her right hand flying down to the ground below the high path. If there was one thing the blood elf was known for back when she was briefly a farstrider many years ago before being kicked out, it was her clumsiness. It was common for her to trip and injure herself in some way; lately the falls she had taken luckily hadn’t produced any serious injury that required a healer.
Luckily Cori hadn’t fallen to the ground below the high path; otherwise she would have needed a healer to deal with those types of injuries. Other than her right wrist being sore, the elf didn’t note anything else hurting while she got up and dusted her blue armor off. Part of her long red hair had fallen out of the elaborate pony-tail it was in but she could fix that later once she was out of this area of Orgrimmar.
She was about to pick up the flyers and get going again when she realized they were missing. Where had they scattered off to? After a quick glance down to the ground below the path, the elf spotted several parchments-type papers located in and around the pond near the entrance to the Cleft… great, she had better go pick them up quickly before one of the grunts investigated it and give her a possible ticket. She cursed silently and shook her head.
After her lynx pet, TigerCat nudged at her, the elf quickly started walking back towards the stairs; hoping the rumor about non-orcs weren’t true. She had briefly thought about jumping down with a parachute but Cori didn’t want to risk further injure for these flyers. What type of information was on the parchment papers?
Well, the flyers weren’t for advertising her business of ammo production; it was for a missing person, child to be more exact. One she has had trouble tracking down. Why was she the one who had to post the flyers and not someone else? These parchments papers were starting to cause her problems. There was an answer to that...
A few weeks earlier, Coriani had returned to Silvermoon city for a few reasons. One reason was to check on the pets she kept in the stables of the city, another reason was to check on her place she had inside the city (Coriani’s other place was in Eversong Woods.) and make sure nothing had been stolen inside of it. She also had decided to come and finish a big shipment of arrows that the Farstriders ordered.
After leaving the Sunfury Spire and walking through the Court of the Sun, Coriani had thought about going to her house which was located between The Bazaar and the Walk of the Elders but decided against after looking at the streets of Murder Row. While she could go through that area of Silvermoon to her house, it was the one place that scared her due to the types of persons that hanged out in Murder Row. She had gone to Farstriders Square to see her pets instead.
Coriani didn’t have many pets for a beastmaster type huntress. She knew of some beastmasters that had over twenty pets while she only had four pets. Her most experience pet was TigerCat, a Springpaw lynx she had raised since he was young cub. The pet that gave her the most trouble was Stinger, a male silithid that she had tamed while being smashed drunk a few years ago in Silithus. Another pet was a female fox that was on the skittish side and her most recent pet was spirit beast crawler she had found during a trip to Vashj’ir. She had plans to tame more pets when she had the spare time.
After Coriani had visited with her stabled pets and paid the stable master gold to cover damages her pets had done while she had been away (It wasn’t uncommon for Stinger to attempt to damage the stables whenever she was gone and for the fox to bite ankles.), the elf left and decided to go to her place with TigerCat trailing slightly behind.
The elf had been thinking about Silvermoon while walking to her place. If there was one thing Coriani liked about Silvermoon, it was the colors of the building. Reds and gold were much more appealing to the eyes than the dark iron of Orgrimmar. She generally didn’t stay in Undercity for any long periods of time to note the colors due to the extreme stench.
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