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2-17-2009 @ 10:07AM
I... honestly wouldn't be surprised if Blizzard pulls the rug from under our feet with this Raid.Sure, it is pretty apparent that Loken serves Yogg, but... what if that was all a ruse? He -is- the Trickster, after all, plus as a sentinel he may have seen corruption seeping into the other Watchers. So, he may have decided to go straight to Yogg, seemingly swear allegiance and then manipulate everything in this way, knowing that heroes may come and not only free the other Watchers, but also push Yogg back into his jail.Considering that Blizzard likes to have chars like this (Medivh), it could be that they build Loken up to be such a guy as well, which would be quite awesome. Here we go hating on him, trying to thwart his every attempt, and in the end he actually manipulated everyone and everything into working out for the better of the world.
2-17-2009 @ 10:23AM
I wonder if we'll be fighting these "Norse" gods or freeing them. Each of the bosses mentionned in the article are based on real-world mythos. What happens at Ragnarok? All these gods fight an opposite. It could very well be that we'll be fighting the bad guys to free them.I see a problem though: Odin is normally fighting Fenrir at Ragnarok, whereas the attack on Hodir's temple in the game seems to have been led by the in-game equivalent to Surtur. But then Surtur normally fights Freyr at Ragnarok, and there seems to be no equivalent to Freyr in the game...
2-17-2009 @ 1:16PM
Man, killing your brother's wife to get him to fight you so you can lure him into a trap that will cause him to be bait that gets 10-25 people to come free him and defeat the bad guy you are worried about. Along the way they kill you first.Not even Loki was that crazy...
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