#299 – “All in the Name”

It took me some time of thinking before I decided how exactly to handle introductions because let’s face it – we don’t need them, we already know who all of these characters are. The same isn’t necessarily the case about the characters themselves, though – while Raene and Te’len have met, they haven’t exactly spoken, and Areen haven’t been in Night elven lands ever, so she definitely doesn’t know anyone there outside of the group. At the same time, I couldn’t really put the introductions at the start because there was a much more important discussion that had to take precedent there.

At the end of the day, it struck me that it most likely would simply never occur to Hani that introductions would be necessary – since she clearly knows everyone present and they all know her, that’s all people accounted for. Besides, they have places to get to. Of course, once made to think about it, she’d also recognize who actually knows who and work from there.


9 Responses to “#299 – “All in the Name””

  1. January 12, 2012 at 18:16

    LOL, tiny feels left out. and Nhani…#299…milestone inbound…congrats

  2. 2 JSStryker
    January 12, 2012 at 18:19

    Ahh Dagri, how eloquent you are!

  3. 3 Meyani
    January 13, 2012 at 11:34

    I think you got it just right :)

    A question: Exactly how tall is Hani? I mean, compared to Te’len/Raene, she’s huge! Ok, maybe just very tall. Are Reane and Te’len shorter than night elf average?

    • 4 Nhani
      January 13, 2012 at 12:45

      Going by sourcebook numbers, Hani’s roughly 2.23 meters or 7 foot 3.5 inches – she’s about as tall as Night elven women can get without resorting to gigantism, making her about a head taller than Te’len who reaches to the very average height of about 2.03 meters or 6 foot 8 inches. Raene is then slightly shorter than Te’len is.

      In practical terms, Hani’s model is basically scaled up 10% compared to that of Te’len.

  4. January 13, 2012 at 17:19

    Wuff! lol. I can see Dagri will be one of the more eloquent speakers in the group.

    How was your day, Dagri? Ruff!

    Oh? Where did you hang out? Ruff!

    Was it stone? Bark!

    Must have been hot up there, want a drink? Whine!

  5. 6 Serenais
    January 13, 2012 at 21:23

    I find it intriguing that Tiny is the loudest of the group (by far) while being the smallest (by far).

    • 7 Arafor
      January 14, 2012 at 08:36

      Isn’t that always the case?

      Self-esteem complex are exceedingly common among individuals who have an extreme lack in any quality that is deemed good by social norms. Being tall is one of those, if a somewhat weak one (and I can’t imagine it being stronger in night elf culture).

      Being mortally afraid of being overlook due to this self-esteem complex she attempts to compensate for her physical seize by occupying as much mental space as she possibly can.

  6. 8 velocityx
    January 15, 2012 at 16:29

    i remembered didn’t you make a diffrent armor for raene

  7. 9 griffindor
    February 16, 2012 at 04:23

    im shocked i havnt asked this allready, but is tee raenes child?

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