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6-07-2009 @ 9:43PM
Okay, while we're all lore geeking out about Ulduar. I have some questions.What's the point of the Sara manifestation? It's interesting, but I'm not sure I get it. Wowwiki says Sara is a vyrkul avatar of Yogg-saron. But why is Yogg's vyrkul avatar stuck there? Why does she say creepy things? Why does she cast spells with a good and bad component on the party during phase 1 of the fight? Again, it's cool, but I don't get it.And when you first engage Yogg, the Sara avatar says "The time to strike at the head of the beast will soon be upon us! Focus your anger and hatred on his minions!" Is Yogg talking to us and referring to him/her/itself as the "head of the beast"? Is Yogg talking to the faceless ones (meaning we're the "minions"), but then who's the "head of the beast"?Just bugging me a bit. I guess I should ask on the official forums too.
6-08-2009 @ 1:36AM
I'd expect Sara to be a mind-trick he is using to attempt to lull the heroes closer to himself so he can eat them personally.
6-08-2009 @ 3:49AM
Maybe she's talking about Arthas? If the two of them are at war then it'd make sense that Yogg attempts to diverts us away from him into focusing our efforts into the LK rather than himself as a last ditch effort to save himself from the gatecrashing ne'er-do-wells that have just burst into his lounge after slaughtering his friends
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