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1-30-2009 @ 1:38PM
Bonus points for using 'In My Dreams' by Robert Miles as the music for the movie. I love that stuff.Also, this just strengthens my belief that the bosses of Ulduar are going to be the keepers, like Keeper Mimir or Keeper Tyr. Each branch seems to be tailored for each keeper. You can see the ice for Keeper Hodir's area, and the lifeness for Keeper Freya's area, for example.
1-30-2009 @ 2:16PM
@Chilli,Once I finally did the quest to visit the Keepers' areas with the library gadget, I had the same thought. They're all gone, and we know Thorim was captured by Loken and taken into Ulduar; it makes a lot of sense.Despite Loken's fealty to Yogg, I don't know that this should be the place for a big bad Old God. I like the ideas presented here of Yogg directing the Lich King, and even of possibly redeeming Arthas and having to destroy Ner'zhul. Given the abandoned underground zone plans, and that the Nerubian realm stretches under so much of the continent, it'd be nice if Ulduar was the stepping stone to a later Yogg-Saron raid that existed more in the Nerubian world; perhaps the final boss here will be Thorim, controlled by Yogg or by the vanquished essence of Loken... or maybe a reborn Loken. Something. Looks great so far!
1-30-2009 @ 2:18PM
It would make sense, and explain why they have all disappeared from their respective temples. Although at least one of them didn't go without a fight (their temple is a wreck, as if there was a big fight there.) Killing the keepers would suck, though. Aren't they kind of necessary for maintaining the balance on azeroth?
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