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3-25-2009 @ 9:39PM
Not to take anything away from how amazing that is, but aren't the Scourge and the Burning Legion separate? I thought the Scourge went rogue. Why would they be calling on Kiljaeden and Sargeras? I suspect I'm thinking too much about this.
3-25-2009 @ 10:36PM
theLichKing says, of Killzone'jaeden: my old boss
3-25-2009 @ 11:49PM
To make a long and convoluted story short...1. Ner'zhul, the orc shaman, falls under Kil'jaeden's control2. Stuff happens3. Ner'zhul ends up a disembodied spirit in the frozen throne, still under Kil'jaeden's control4. Burning Legion decides to use the Scourge to take over Azeroth5. Ner'zhul builds up the Scourge, chooses Arthas as his champion head-DK-guy6. Illidan tries to shut the whole operation down7. Ner'zhul is weakened by Illidan, loses control of the Forsaken8. Burning Legion panics, decides to terminate the Scourge plan9. Scourge gets uppity, turns on the Burning Legion, unhappy about being laid off10. Humans/Orcs/Night Elves kick the Burning Legion off Azeroth at Mt. Hyjal11. Ner'zhul and Arthas merge, Lich King is free to terrorize Northrend without the pesky demons
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