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Ceya Northbrooke Thorne Glade

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AllianceCeya Northbrooke Thorne Glade
Image of Ceya Northbrooke Thorne Glade
Gender Female
Race Human
Affiliation(s) Kingdom of Stormwind
Location Lakeshire, Redridge Mountains
Status Alive
Relative(s) Aramar (son), Greydon (former husband), Robb (husband), Robertson (son), Selya (daughter), a living mother, a living sister, a few nephews[1]
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Ceya Northbrooke Thorne Glade is a human living in a cottage in Lakeshire in Redridge Mountains. The cottage is beside the forge.

Ceya was born in Goldshire, raised in an Eastvale logging camp, and then she moved with her mother to the coast. She met her husband, Greydon Thorne in Stormwind Harbor and they moved to Lakeshire together. There she gave birth to Aram. On his sixth birthday, Greydon mysteriously abandoned his family, leaving Ceya in grief. She waited for him for two years, and then became close with town's blacksmith, Robb Glade. She asked Magistrate Solomon to declare Greydon dead, so she could marry Robb. With him she has two children, Robertson and Selya. Six years after the abandonment, Greydon returned and asked for Aram to come sailing with him for one year. Ceya agreed, stating that Aram needs to know the world.[2]

She knitted and gifted a grey woolen cable sweater to Aram on his eleventh birthday.[3]

Speculation

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Based on the fact that the story happens some time after discovery of Pandaria, and Aram is 12 years old, Ceya would marry Greydon roughly 10 years before the Cataclysm, in Year 17.

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