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The elf's shoulder's slumped as the blood elf flew out of sight. There went her hope. She sighed, her eyes searching the room for something. She looked down. The dwarf hadn't removed any of her clothing, so she should still have some tricks up her sleeve.

Her hands twirled in the cuffs. They were tight, but not to the point of cutting of circulation. The chair was wooden and it's leg's weren't screwed to the floor. Promising, but she had to wait until the opportune moment to strike, or else the dwarf may know her plans and she'd be stuck. So for the moment she simply looked downtroden and sad.

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((*Cough* Decides that it's taking too long and has her character melt through the chains with her... ah... acid... something that she stole from Thalarios, and runs out the cave opening. Yeah. <.< ))

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((*Cough* Decides that it's taking too long and has her character melt through the chains with her... ah... acid... something that she stole from Thalarios, and runs out the cave opening. Yeah. <.< ))

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The elf wasn't angry. She wasn't even upset. You see, she had gone so far beyond the point of anger, that she had looped right around to being calm about the situation.

Trystanel's eyes scanned the frozen plains, a few caribou ran about in the snow, a mamoth or two made their slow pace across the fields, but there wasn't an elf to be seen. At least not hers.

"Dammit child..." She led the gryphon into a downward spiral, a mountain range looming ahead of her. She was about to turn back around and start at another end of Northrend when she heard the wailing. It rose and fell and finally reached her high-perched ears. Unaware, at the time, that those bagpipes belonged to the very dwarf who had kidnapped her daughter, she followed the sound.

Curiosity mixed with a certain annoyance led her to the broken down door of the Dwarf's cave. She hefted her axe into her plated hands and jumped off the gryphon. The bird eyed the axe and took back to the sky. Leif was a brave bird, but slightly squeamish. He had seen what his mistress had done to people with that axe, and he was well off without seeing it again.

Trystanel looked into the cave, her eyes adjusting to the dimmer light. The dwarf stood a ways back, she couldn't really see his face, and a very mad Worg looked like it had just lost a promised snack. A little further back sat her daughter, chained to a chair with a gag in her mouth.

Suddenly her blood was boiling, she closed her eyes, her hand in a fist. The ground behind her shattered and broke, a corpse raising itself from the dirt and ice. It looked at the Death Knight with sightless eyes, then moved, rather quickly at the dwarf.

As the ghoul lept to the dwarf, Trystanel darted towards her daughter, Axe held high. With a practiced swing, the blade bit through metal and wood, severing the back legs off the chair. Trystanel caught the tipping chair with the side of her axe, waiting until Kairiel had removed herself from the chair to split the chains that held her feet. She looked at her daughter, just a moment passed before she smiled, "Get outside, Leif will get you."

Her silver haired daughter nodded her head once, and then blurred from her sight. A grin painted itself across Trystanel's face as she turned to see how her ghoul fared. Kairiel was fast, she had barely seen the young elf move. A quick glimpse over her left shoulder told her that Leif had picked up her daughter and they were well on their way out. Good. Now for the questioning and disemboweling.

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