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4-26-2009 @ 2:11PM
*Blizzard introduces faction re-customization*
4-26-2009 @ 4:13PM
That would be so much more awesome than you even know. Great idea.Personally, I'm thinking one of the five, Garrosh, Varian, Rhonin, Jaina, or Thrall is going to be Scourge-ified come Icecrown Citadel, and it's going to be sort of surprising and dramatic, and will be the other major boss. They probably won't do Varian, they've kind of jumped the shark on Alliance leaders becoming twisted, evil and incredibly powerful. Horde not quite so much...Garrosh may be too expected though anyway.Everyone loves Thrall, 'cuz pretty much every other major NPC in the game are either too wimpy or too stupid (don't give Bliz the idea to take down Saurfang!). And since Sylvanus already functions as an Undead Horde leader, that'd be kinda lame.And people appreciate Jaina as the only example of a strong and "good" major NPC in the game (Tyrande really doesn't count), and don't give a crap about Rhonin, who only counts 'cuz he's in Northrend, so I don't know what they'll do.Fordring is Superman of course.
4-26-2009 @ 5:36PM
No Horde leaders have become twisted, evil, and incredibly powerful? Tell that to the Blood Elves. We had to fight Kael TWICE.
4-26-2009 @ 6:55PM
"No Horde leaders have become twisted, evil, and incredibly powerful? Tell that to the Blood Elves. We had to fight Kael TWICE."Technically, Kael'thas WAS Alliance.Kael'thas betrayed the Blood Elves long before they became a part of the Horde. The Blood Elves were simply ignorant that he had betrayed them, until they reached Outlands.
4-27-2009 @ 6:39AM
Kael'thas had nothing to do with the Alliance anymore.officially he was allied with Illidan (which makes me wonder why the Belves joined the Horde in the first place, did Thrall want to allign with the Betrayer?)secretly he was of course on the Burning Legion's side.
4-27-2009 @ 11:33AM
"Personally, I'm thinking one of the five, Garrosh, Varian, Rhonin, Jaina, or Thrall is going to be Scourge-ified come Icecrown Citadel,"#BEGIN baseless_speculation;I think that if there is some kind of tenuous pact between the Alliance and the Horde by 3.2 or 3.3, it's going to come about because the Lich King kills Jaina Proudmoore and it will be obvious even to Varian that Thrall and the others have nothing to do with it. Jaina has the ear of both Varian and Thrall, and has history with Arthas as well.This would also have the interesting side-effect of having three significant Warcaft personalities as potential bosses in Icerown Citadel. We know Saurfang Jr. had his soul stolen by Frostmourne -- a surefire signal that he's going to become a Death Knight -- and the dragons in Dragonblight have hinted that something is up with Fordragon as well. Having Jaina as as a Death Knight, maybe even an epic val'kyr? Too cool for words.#END baseless_speculation;
4-27-2009 @ 1:13PM
“The return of the King. Jana convinces the Alliance that Arthas was simply under the spell of the lich king and never did any of the terrible terrible things; he was merely a vehicle of destruction. Jana is able to finally break through to Arthas and free him from the grips of the lich, With Yogg finally destroyed, the lich’s power grew substantially weak.”. Anything is possible.
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