Main Character Biography Edit
Nuurdien was created October 24th, 2006. He was a level 60 "vanilla" Protection Warrior for Requiem prior to the release of World of Warcraft: The Burning Crusade.
In the summer of 2007, the original Nuurdien warrior was retired and his player ended his gaming. In the fall of 2007, the player returned under a new account and created Noordiana, a rogue, and the new and improved Nuurdien, a Paladin tank. Noord and Nuurd, as they are called, were quickly leveled to 70 (max level at the time) and picked up the pieces left behind by their founding father.
Both Nuurdien (New) and Noordiana were brought into the capable hands of the Fenris raiding guild, DND (which stands for Do Not Die), and enjoyed a progressive raiding career (pre Wrath). Noordiana, the declarative main toon, witnessed, once again, End Game raiding and with DND was among the Fenris elite with whom Illidan gracefully (and begrudgingly) forfeited The Twin Blades of Azzinoth and the Cursed Vision of Sargeras.
With the release of World of Warcraft: Wrath of the Lich King, the Nuurdien name saw a few more revisions. The rogue and former "main" character, Noordiana, was retired and sits idly at level 77 as an alchemy/inscription profession alt. The paladin and newly declared "main" character, Nuurdien, saw a sex change from male to female Draenei (for gear aesthetics) and was renamed Nuurdie (sans the N at the end) to provide a clever pun on the nerdy and somewhat comical style of gameplay and commentary the player provided during raids. Nuurdie was the first to reach 80 (later followed by Obamasaurus, Xhinigami, and the new Nuurdien [see below]).
A previously unmentioned alt character, Nuurd, a level 60 "vanilla" Holy Priest, then ascended to greatness and took on the full name ($15 later) Nuurdien and thus became the new "main" character. Attaining level 80, Nuurdien, alongside Nuurdie, joined DND in the endless raiding throughout Northrend perilously aiming toward the destruction of the Lich King, former Prince Arthas Menethil.
Having wanted to roll a Horde character, but not wanting to cheat by paying to make an existing character switch factions, AND to accompany a Real Life friend, Xhinigami, a BloodElf Warlock was leveled from scratch to level 80 on the Twisting Nether realm in early 2010.
Raid Progression Edit
While no single character has seen ALL raid content, the player's raid progression is listed below.
|Raid Progression (Player)|
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