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5-15-2008 @ 7:40AM
If this were a non MMO game your character would be a demigod. Just the sheer number of random Humanoids you've killed should count for something (I'm pretty sure wherever the murloc Hague is they are trying my AOEadin in abstentia for genocide lol). Then throw in the bosses (And most bosses are a lot closer in lore terms to Arthas then level would indicate, VC and Arugal could easily take part in an Icecrown raid), the quests (Think how many questgivers in various zones have told you their lives were so much safer now), and PvP (because fighting in a war probably counts for something) and it's not entirely unrealistic to consider 10 of us killing Arthas. Also it makes it more heroic when it's you and your close companions and allies doing the fighting, not you just being in the regiment that took him down. That having been said here's my conception of what would be an awesome way to do this: have a full on battle go down as the raid. Not during the raid, as the raid. The whole time you have to hack through trash in the heat of battle, sometimes retreating, sometimes supporting NPC's, sometimes attacking bosses. And Arthas doesn't just sit there at the end, he's moving through the battle killing NPC's, summoning more of his own, and fighting your group and others. That would be epic no matter how many people you send.
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