You don’t need a ship to be a pirate. I can prove it to the whole damn world. Just watch…
“Remember that we are part of this world, my little ones. Protect this world, and it will protect you. Behold the sea. She will guide you and give you the safety you will ever need.” Cristianno took a deep breath as he held his two children in his arms. He was a father now and he was proud to show his children to the world around him and especially to his mother in the sea. As the sun set, he held his children close and kissed them on their heads each. He hoped that they would be luckier and better off than he was. They would never have a mother who knew the warmth of many men to support her family, or a father who denied them. No, he would protect them and they would grow up learning what life truly has to offer. He would make sure of that, and he had no doubt that their mother would too.
Cristianno turned back and headed home. With one final glance back, he wished his mother, the sea, goodnight.
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…and that happens to be in Pandaria. When my children get older, perhaps I’ll consider sailing again, but for now, I have a business to set up.
Captain Seawolf - Cristianno D’Avros
My son and my daughter.
I’m the luckiest man in the world right now.
My children are coming…
She better live, or there will be hell to pay.
After all is said and done, I think they’re all right. I think it’s time to think about my future, my wife, and my children. No more women. No more dangerous voyages (unless necessary). It’s time to fall in love with my family.
So much going through my mind. I hate this. I yearn for the simpler days, where I would just sail and enjoy the sea. Instead, I have her brother watching my every word and move, his friends judging me without truly knowing me, and all I want is for everyone to just leave us alone.
But I won’t tell them to leave. If my beloved needs them here, so be it. If they want to bother to get to know me, I’m right here. Otherwise, fuck them all.
It’s rare when elves have two children at the same time, but it does happen. This rarity can endanger the life of the mother as well as the children. I pray to the spirits that my wife remains safe and that my children get the chance to experience life.
What else would I have to live for if they’re all gone?
This was home. I miss traveling. I miss the caravan. I miss my family.