Topic If you had one wish...
I asked this elsewhere as a fun question for people to think about in regards to their character, and I think there might be a handful of people who would find it interesting to answer. In any case...
While doing a minor bit of adventuring in Pandaria, your character comes by cave and investigates. Inside, they find a door that leads into a room of endless splendor, and as they walk inside they notice that they can no longer communicate with the outside world. After a bit of searching, they find within the room an item that awakens a jinn or some other benevolent wish-granting creature that would probably fit in better with the theme of the continent. For awakening it from its thousand-year sleep, it offers to grant any single wish your character desires.
Being a patient creature, it will allow you some time to contemplate your wish so long as you do not leave the room. It will also only grant the wish of the person who awakened it, so if someone else entered the room with you only one wish would be granted. Once granted, it returns to sleep for another thousand years. Although you can wish for more wishes, you would still have to wait another thousand years before it could be granted. Otherwise, the wish functions with the limitations of a Greater Miracle, minus any material components (http://www.d20pfsrd.com/magic/all-spells/m/miracle) and the creature's alignment is assumed to be True Neutral.
So, brave and bold Sentinelites, what would you wish for?
(R.I.P true treeform)
Todar honestly would probably wish for death. All his friends have either disappeared, or have passed on. With his mistress Surya, and daughter Raye gone, he figures his time on this hunk of rock is done.