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11-07-2008 @ 9:17AM
It really depends on whether they plan on having the Emerald Dream be separate from the Maelstrom. A lot of people are in to the idea of going to visit Ysera and find out what Malfurion is doing to end the Nightmare, but that might be difficult without dealing with the Old Gods at the same time, who are probably the most likely corrupter of the Dream. To do that, we need to take down Queen Azshara, leader of the Naga who was transformed from her Night Elf form to an octopus monstrosity (look forward to C'thun + squid arms, is what I'm betting).After that, we start heading back to Outlands to enter the Twisting Nether, probably heading back to Argus (the home of everyone's favorite squid-faces) to take on the true leaders of the Burning Legion, this time not to force them back, but to end the destruction of countless worlds and other species. This part of the trip will likely be where we actually get to meet up with the Titans and take part in a semi-"final chapter" part of the story.In between either of these, however, could be a major war with the Horde and Alliance taking on a gigantic showdown for the control of Azeroth, in which I look forward to providing Jaina and Thrall a copy of Varian Wrynn's head as a weddding gift.
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