((The following takes place following the events in Hide'n'Seek http://www.ravenholdt.us/viewtopic.php?f=11&t=109
The Cleft of Shadow was sparsely populated. Warlocks had started to return to the cavern since Garrosh's fortress had been cleared out. The warlocks typically found in the cleft had been removed or killed by the former Warcheif's 'True Horde'. Warlocks reminded him of the faults of Orc history, a history he would have liked to erase.
Luebella sat inside a hut behind a small table. A few candles flickered inside providing a little light. She held a long piece of parchment in her hands, and was pouring over the contents of the document. Another Forsaken across the table from her stood, tapping his fingers across the flat wooden surface. Luebella rolled the scroll up, and looked up to her company across the table.
"Our assets could have been more thorough. Reports of Orc warlocks does not come as a surprise".
The undead stopped tapping his fingers on the table, and crossed his robed arms.
Luebella rose from her chair, scroll in hand.
"It is also no surprise that True Horde weaponry is being used, considering Garrosh is on Draenor. Are you here to confirm I am being sent into a meat grinder?"
The Forsaken smiled as best he could, considering he had no lips.
"It's been some time since you've seen action Luebella. Don't tell me you've become...soft".
Luebella leaned across the table, looking the messenger in the eyes.
"Soft? No, I think not". She leaned in a little closer, placing one of her hands on the table to steady herself.
"Rusty? Well, I do admit training in the War Quarter is not the same as battering an enemy in the field. Perhaps you'd like to help me with some more 'lively' sparing before I depart? "
The robed Forsaken chuckled."I don't think I would be of much service if I were split in two, old friend".
Luebella straighted herself back up. If she could smile she would have then, but the flesh on the lower part of her face had given way to bone some time ago. "Perhaps when I return then, old friend". Luebella held the scroll over a candle flame, the edge of it catching fire. She looked down at the burning document, the flames on the parchment quickly danced towards her boney fingers. "Is there anything else you need to tell me?"
"Only that I am instructed to tell you that you are not to return until the enemy is defeated on Draenor, or unless you are able to acquire something that may be of significant use to us".
Luebella placed the burning scroll on the table. The flames licked upward, the light giving the undead faces an even more grim look than usual. A goblin could be seen walking towards the hut with the hurried pace of one not wanting be long in the darkness of the Cleft.
She walked round the side of the table and stood next to her 'friend'. "And what of your own personal requests? You didn't come here to inform me of what I already know. What is it that you require?".
"If you happen to find anything that might 'help' an old warlock improve upon his mastery of fel magic, I suppose that would be worth a significant personal favor".
"I suppose it would", Luebella agreed as the Goblin entered the hut.
Nervously the goblin stood in front of the two undead, spitting out his message as quickly as he could.
"Sorry for tha interruption, b-but the zeppelin from Brill arrived and your guests were on board, so I came here straight away to tell you just like you, er, asked". There was beads of sweat building on his broad forehead.
Lubella gave him the slightest of nods and raised her hand to shoo him away. The goblin turned and quickly walked out of the hut. The quick walk had turned into a full run by the time he was a dozen or so feet away.
Lubella placed her hand down on the remnants of the scroll, snuffing out the remainder of the dwindling flames.
" We shall be departing for Draenor through the next portal with the reinforcements and supplies", Luebella said before saluting the Forsaken. He, in turn, saluting her.
"Until next we meet" she said as she walked out of the hut.
we meet again, old friend", he replied as she walked away.