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1-18-2009 @ 7:11PM
Tirion Fordring definitely was aware of the Ner'zhul + Arthas combination, he even goes ona quest with you in Icecrown to figure out if Arthas can be saved or if they are truely one person now.
1-19-2009 @ 2:07AM
Did that one yesterday. There is this spell arthas casted on the end called Athas' wrath or something like that. Oneshoted through Divine shield :)He is not that easy guy
1-19-2009 @ 2:10AM
I thought it was pretty much common knowledge tha Ner'zhul was the Lich King. At least post WCIII. Considering the Acolytes of the Cult of the Damned say "My life for Ner'zhul!" nearly every time someone clicks on them. There had to be someone who bailed on the Cult, or someone who heard one of them say it and didn't die horribly soon after.
1-19-2009 @ 2:38AM
Ah, but Tirion doesn't know WHO Arthas merged with, or even that he merged with anyone. He just knows that Arthas became a very, very bad man :P.Also, even if some random cult bailout or peasant heard "Ner'zhul" they would not necessarily know who this "Ner'zhul" character is. It IS possible that somehow this got to an orc who remembers who Ner'zhul is, but it is also very likely that no one has any idea whatsoever that Ner'zhul merged with Arthas (apart from Kil'jaeden/other burning legion/scourge higherups).
1-19-2009 @ 4:02AM
Given that Ner'zhul took over as the Warchief of the horde of draenor, I think that a lot of people would know who Ner'zhul was. Especially considering that the Alliance took the war to draenor to put him down, they would know of Ner'zhul. It wasn't anything too big lore wise, it was only an entire expansion pack after all. Then everyone and their cousin went to Outland, where they were told by everyone in the forsaken spit of land that the planet was torn apart by Ner'zhul's reckless sorcery. The Draenai certainly know of Ner'zhul, he only attempted to wipe out their race. It might not be common knowledge among the illiterate masses, but the player characters, and the more intelligent NPCs have certainly put two and two together at this point. Unless the player is on an RP server, and is roleplaying a complete tool.
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