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9-21-2008 @ 9:16PM
One thing thats been bothering me as of late is how the events in wow have evolved, well like u stoping kil'jaden and killing illidan or how the DK came to be how does this affect the overall story of wow? does the legion still have any influence in northrend? everything in wrath seems to marginalize all the events in outland just think about it the naru who are saposed to be gathering an army of the light to battle the legion seem to have no place in northrend but the dranai are involved just as much as any memeber of the hord or allience, also what role do the blood knights have there role seems less evident than the human paladins (witch i am one lol) even the dwarvain pallys seem to have no love but well i gess its just cause i havent played wrath and i dont know much about the nuances of the story but as a big fan of the stratigy games it was bothering me how they would impliment the story in a WCIV game.well i didnt exactly word all that quite the way i was thinking it in my mind but i hope u guys can give me an answer, has blizzard mentioned anything about the stuff i talked about?
9-22-2008 @ 3:03AM
Well, my view on the subject is that the idea is that with Kil'Jaeden beaten the legion is effectively being pushed off of Outland. The idea is that the Naaru are likely going to take the time to rebuild, and during the patch apparently there will be an event where the scourge attacks. This might be part of the impetus for the march north. Not to mention that the Lich King isn't exactly a being of sweetness and light, his existence can pose a great threat as well. The events in Outland were important, primarily for the Burning Legion fights, currently they've been defeated, and eyes turn north towards a persistent foe.
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