Out Adventuring

Stay fabulous, folks.

Dearest readers,

I have been busy lately protecting Tyria‘s peace as a Sylvari Elementalist of the Dream’s will.

Thankfully, I have trustworthy friends at my side and they are heroes imbued with the same passion for justice.

Like everyone, a defender of justice has his share of rough times, but I refuse to get discouraged!

I will be back blogging soon.

A hero in the making,

Luffer

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