The Thespians of Frostbluff

Pashili Copperbeard here.  Now, most of my kin may think of me as that dwarf that does very little all year apart from attending festivals.  To be honest, such comment is fair as I have found myself doing minimal adventures, and largely hibernating outside of the festival season.

Accordingly I have gained few titles of worth, and am unlikely to be the subject of one of Mr Baggin’s famed poems.  But there are few that can match me at merrymaking!

For once, however, I have gained some acclaim for activities that do not involve drinking and eating.  I have taken to the stage with my fellow kin member Hesgarlaf, and played a number of key roles.  Its true, I am a star performer!  Quite worthy of the thespian title, if it were to be given out.  I’m sure one day I will be suitably renowned.

Now, I really should put my mind to some proper worthwhile business, like fighting the hordes of Mordor.  Hmmmm, well maybe after the Spring Festival!

Pashili Copperbeard

About The Pesky Dwarf Preservation Society

The Pesky Dwarf Preservation Society is a small kin located on the Gilrain server of Lord of the Rings Online. It was formed by guardian dwarf Pashrin Skullcrusher, in dedication to both the deceased petty dwarf Mim, and those dwarves of Thorin's company that narrowly avoided becoming a troll's supper. Although a small kin, it's members are busy questing and crafting, whether helping out the company of the one ring, or brewing up a state of the art cup of tea. And you don't have to be a dwarf to join in their adventures.......
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