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Druid Synchronized Swim Team

Discussion in 'WoW WotLK Beta' started by Claous, Aug 16, 2008.

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    <b>Druid Synchronized Swim Team</b>


    The team captain took a deep breath as she tucked her long white hair into her swim cap. She glanced over at her teammates, giving them each a slight nod and a smile. The four night elves wore matching swimsuits, each one bright green in color, with stripes of yellow along the sides, and a small Cenarion symbol in white upon the chest. They stepped up to the side of the lake, and as the whistle was blown, they gracefully dove in. The four found their way to the middle, just as they had done during their rehearsals. And then, as they formed a circle and placed their hands upon each other's in the center, a miraculous change began to occur. Along their backs, their suits began to disappear, starting along their spine and spreading out to their sides. In its' place was a layer of fine brown fur, slightly darker where it had begun to soak up the water from the lake. The fur inched its' way down their arms, up their necks, across their legs, until the four were completely covered in a soft furry coat. Their ears widened and grew longer, their limbs became fins, and after a minute had passed, they had fully transformed into sea lions. The crowd roared. The swimmers leapt gracefully in the air over one another, swam in swift circles with their fins above the water, and finally made a few laps swimming backwards around the edge of the lake. The crowd was on their feet. They began to chant the team's name, "Dreamers, Dreamers!", until even the halls of Stormwind Keep echoed with the shouts and cheers. And when the day ended and the crowd had gone home, if you had walked to the lake and gazed in, you would have seen one sea lion making her way across the lake bed, reliving the experience.

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