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4-13-2009 @ 11:41PM
I really just think it's lame that all the raid instances in WotLK (except for the joke that is now Naxx) have nothing to do with the Lick King.Maybe "Wrath of the Iron Dwarves and their Blue Dragon Buddies" didn't sound as catchy.Making the Horde/Alliance thing a part of it was lame, too. Blizzard really needs to stop micro-managing the players. Give us something meaningful to fight over and we're perfectly capable of hating each other without goading.
4-14-2009 @ 12:02AM
See, I like the Wrathgate introduced stuff, although as someone who isn't a Warcraft Media Junkie and plays a Horde main (these days), I think Varian needs to STFU and remember there are bigger fish to fry in Northrend. (Yeah yeah I know orcs called him names and whatever - he's dangerously unstable. Put Anduin back in charge. So what if Ony cozied up to the throne during his time.) Anyway, it's nice to have some actual animosity between the factions again. Maybe Varian and Garrosh can go off and kill each other. I could get behind that.
4-14-2009 @ 12:27AM
The problem is, Kyol, they haven't "called him names" as much as "killed everything he ever loved."And you can call Putress a "splinter faction" of the RAS, but he was carrying out the RAS' stated mission with gusto. He just made the mistake of serving Varimathras instead of Sylvanas.
4-14-2009 @ 1:55AM
"The Burning Crusade and the Guy their After and his Elf and Fish Lady friends... Oh look its Mount Hyjal!" also would not have fit on the box very easily. :D
4-14-2009 @ 6:30AM
You forgot the trolls K-OSS!
4-14-2009 @ 3:17PM
@Daniel"And you can call Putress a "splinter faction" of the RAS, but he was carrying out the RAS' stated mission with gusto. He just made the mistake of serving Varimathras instead of Sylvanas."I don't think that's what it was like at all. It wasn't a splinter faction. It just plain /was/ the Royal Apothecary Society. The RAS was working behind Sylvanas's back the whole time, and betrayed her, and the rest of the Foresaken, as well as the Horde as a whole.
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