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10-20-2008 @ 3:56PM
Hey i was wondering when Arthas came over to Kalimdore in the NE campaign in RoC did he stay/watch the battle of Mt.Hyjal or did he simply say F#@& that! and went back home? also how did he get home? did he use a UD transport ship or fly on the back of a frost wyrm? Last but not least did blizzard intentionally make the Lich King a combination of a shaman and Pally? or was it that they just wanted to use Ner'zul?
10-20-2008 @ 2:06AM
Imagine that, Arthas fighting with totems, bubbling himself, using Lay on Hands and using reincarnation when you finally do get him down ô-o
10-20-2008 @ 7:15AM
"Imagine that, Arthas fighting with totems, bubbling himself, using Lay on Hands and using reincarnation when you finally do get him down ô-o"Heh, exactly. Someone at wowwiki.com suggested that Blizzard will be able to do basically anything when they design the in-game fight with Arthas. Ner'zhul was a shaman (nature, fire, healing) who became a warlock (fire, shadow, demon-summoning) who became a lich (frost, shadow, necromantic magic). Arthas was a paladin (holy, melee combat, healing) who became a death knight (frost, disease, shadow, melee combat.) When we fight Arthas we know that we aren't going to get turned into sheep, and Arthas won't turn himself into a bear, but other than that anything can happen.
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