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6-20-2009 @ 8:52AM
unless they want to count the new BG as a raid they still owe us one new undeclared raid. My money is that it will be. . . *Drum Roll*Gun'Drak!Yes, Yes; We've gone to Gundrak and killed their High priest, But that's not where the lore stops. The Ice Trolls were united by Frost King Malakk, not Rhino-enthusiast Gal'darah. It was under Malakk's Brutal leadership that the Ice trolls were able to hold off the Scourge and fair better against them than the humans were able to.Yeah, I know many of us are tired of Troll instances but the fact of the matter is Trolls are Crazy important. Aside from the Tauren and Night elves most races have tons of raids devoted to them. It's just they aren't often the main Mobs. Ulduar/uldaman Are full of annoying little dwarfs and gnomes(And the vaguely human Vrykul). BC was all about the Draenei and the Blood elves, Orcs Had an Hell-fire Citadel, And the Undead and Humans Rule Wrath(I've got a theory about how all this Undead/Human tension is going to come to a head). Odd are The druid Races are going to have more than enough lore to satisfy them in Emerald dream.Trolls however, Ruled the entire world. No other race can say that. They've been fighting the big bads for the longest period of time so it makes sense that they've got the most bad JuJu locked up in their temples. While there may be a few more Troll specific instances than for other races, it seems like there are more than there are because of the sheer number of trolls in each one. And Trolls are integral to lore so that justifies there being "So many damn Troll Instances"Malakk is next. There is a lore gap that needs him Killed. There is an empty Village in Southern Zul'drak that the Devs probably have a plan for, and Zandalar needs to get a bigger build up for the Role it's going to play in The Maelstrom
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