Khadgar: Hello, Jaina.
Jaina: Khadgar! It's good to see you again. When we last parted, I regret that--
Khadgar: Those were perilous times. The Legion's attack, then the war... I think we both needed to find our own way through.
Khadgar: I have no hard feelings. Only friendship.
Jaina: I feel the same. But surely you didn't come all the way to the Shadowlands just to find me.
Khadgar: No. For years I've read about this place in Medivh's books. I stood atop Karazhan and caught glimpses through the veil.
Khadgar: I suppose I wanted to gaze upon the realms of Death with mine own eyes before...
Jaina: Is everything alright, Khadgar?
Khadgar: I feel the weight of years upon me, Jaina. The burdens carried. The choices made.
Khadgar: Hmph! Forgive the musings of an old man. I think I'll look around and see these Shadowlands a bit. See what wonders I can find.
Khadgar: I've heard tales of conniving brokers, a city of secrets, and a land of ancient knowledge. How intriguing!
Jaina: Sounds like you'll be keeping busy! Just don't leave without saying goodbye. I've missed you, old friend.
Khadgar: Count on it, Jaina. Be seeing you.